The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: October 21, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY AUTHORITY. 1L1WS loreland, Lped'a Manor, and MarkbamSta Ion 01., ', ;Messonga, and Tempernnceville, to From Raleigh!! C, H, by Big Cole, and t tap Lebai.on White Sulphur Springs, Me C, H. ,-. tRU.:.

I UNITED ti to Manassas GHII. (Jhincoteague.'i Baone's Mils: to Peyton Do well. Monterey! Haueners Store Travel. Fro-n West fork furnace,by Baffalo Moan :t1;ii ;:;". ,
OF THE STATES. From Milf.ml, by Port Royal, and Port From Overby'stoBrookneal, Aspinxvall, From Railroad: 'near Dam No, 6 on the 'I ler's Repose and IKtlonsville and to Bever tains Laurel forks, Mi'IsTille and Ararat to : ... :;
C Jotnvay, to King George C, H, I III L intl Cub Creek. I Potomac, to Clabough's Mills, in Morgun I Iv. Mount 1 Airv.From l .. .j tI
i [Pu lic, :\0. 72.] f.omliUwood; to Berryville. From Orange C. H., by Madison Mills] to I count,). From Staunton by West View. and other West Union -by Stme Spring Mills "; ': :

\ 'i JeT establish, certain post roads. From Millwood! to Mill ''ale. ]locust Dile.: From Reed's Mills to Wilson M, Hay.mom's ,offices to Lewisburg. Oxfo-d and Cnlp's Store and to Webb ja ':t'.\ I

From Greenville to Middlebrook.From From Pack's ferry, by Pope Stems and .1.1l in Upsbnr county, j I From Stnney Ceek, Warehouse by Par- Milk. I"t \ 'i'iW
I [iN CONTXJtrATION.] Abingdon, by Ravenanest, Crais! I[Jurnt Mountain, to Princeton.( Ito n Red Bluff by Buffalo ford and hams Store and Comon's Well, to Sussex From West Union bj Roash'a and z..rt i t '

From ohnnlwhn C. II, by Lon's Creek, }vinderbook, aud Rocky Point, to Estill- From Partlow's by Spring Level to Sec. :Speedwell to Bine Springs. C II. falls to Moore M-ll: '.-9 ft Ih

ptJ10nl BalluJs\'iIlt. Hexvittsville and Chap- \ille. (nd Tunn Ort. Fre.n Repiblinati Grove by Meadville to Fiom Sweet Springs.by Gap Mills, to From Weat Warren to Cotton Store d t .. :

manirillt' to Loyan C. II, From Abingdon, by North lurk, Huyster's From Parkeraburs:. by Belpre, 0., Littlelocking Halifax C, II, Lnliilt.H Wetiel I coantj. "*. ..{ ,
From Keyawha C, II by the. Upper falls (5ap, HoUtou: River, and Sahvillle! tc Tazevell I[ Hockingport, Belleville, Va,, Long From Rickmond by \tan-hetter' CoalMines From Swineyard To Cearfes City C,, From Weston by Little ,Skin Creek Big r: I'

ofCeal( River Griflithsviile Hamlin falls of ,, C. H.FromAccomac. ]'ottom[ 0., :\Murraysville., Raven -wood, Hallsboro flint Creek Poxvhattan Skin Creek nf"1".trMilh! liehvd and flat- .,r. t -o. t
Gujiudote and Adkinsville to Wayne, C, : C, H, by Locustvillc I j'll' iSwt'it.w, lalls-: 0) Graham's StutioiiPonietoy Macon Uallaville Cumberland C H Lnng- From Swineyard Waddell's. Stare in woods, to Brazton C, H. 4. .;:,..4:

II. J Locust ;)Mount Sheflield! West Columbia Va. home's Tavern and Raiu 's Tavern to Farm. Chsrles Bit)" county.From From h .u" a B, ,,) West Liberty to Beth ;\' l
From Kanaxvha.' C H. CoaUmouth, From .\Idl to Snickersville. (Cheshire! ()., (:uthrit>s, Point Ple.-isnnr, Vj>, I vi hic. Tappahaunock to Warsaw, any. .1. )1 ..._, "

Noun Salem Mud. Bridge and Cubeli! C H. From Alexandria, by Accatink, and Occu Gal; 'polis, Ohio Raccoon Ishm-.i: lleteloid's From Richmcnd- by Black Health Halls- From Tappabannack by Dunnsville Cen rom WhelliiiK by Dallas West flnley, ,' c .: Ii

to Gnyandotc' II luaU, to Dnmfiics :1., South Nexv C-Mie* O., Swan Cr.. -K hoi c,', The Union Appomattox Dvpot Winter- tre Montague's Jamaica Church View (Jrbanna Harvi-y-'a Wavnetbarg Kirby Mount Morris, .. ""'t :"... j
.: From Kanawha C, H by Jarretts f' irlClendenin I From Alexandria to Theological Seminary. -\ Green Bottom, V., Millersport. 0., Quaker ham Amelio C, C. Jetersville Jenning'e Ordinary free Shade; Locust: Hill Saluda Glenn nd Granville to Morgantown. .j;;;: :. t

Walton Henries foik Arnolds- i I But; -in. ( IIyLiIdOtts''a.., S::)" ':Ig,' Grant; Bnrkesville Green Bay Moore's; Ordinary and New Upton to Gloncetster C H, From Wheeling! by Belle Air 0, Mound ..1! :'. ;.. .;

1 bag and Steer Creek to Glennxille.'Kanaxvba 1 From Alexandria, by fall's Church and 1 Bum liagtoi: : 0", C"tldbhu"f;, Ky., Green's Drake's Braoch and Kehleysville to From Taylorsville to Hanover C H. ville DiP Bottom 0, Captina, Powhattan A.:. !
: C, H. Pocotalign and Sissonville, Republican Mill\ to Dr.inesulle.! 1 Store: 0., Cn.1 l (;l"Cn', Amaiida<< : Ky., Iionton, Siounton; River. Fram Tazewell C H by Head of Clinch, /oint Woodland, Va. Son fish 0, Proctor ".7: ,'; .

to Jackson C. II, i From Middlol uig, to Rectortown Oak j. 0, Hanging Rock: french Grant Greenuu. C. From Rtchmon-.l by Gregory's Tavern, Abb's Valley and Tag River to Gingseng, va.* Baresville O, New Martinsville Va, Sar- :f f" .
From Kanaxxh-i: C H, by Mount of Po a Hill, :Moreland, Leed ;Manor, fatro\vs\iIk/ and I II I, J Ivy, fianklin fI.r'l\ct't O, Wheeling! Scio Goode's Tat eraiUcr: Rock and Skin From Thompson's Cross Roads by Am ?j iO, Wittens Sisterville Va, Cochrao'a I;: ;!. >.

Walu-itGmve \\ llfit"IJ Red H ..n.-ctSho; lc : ;\ftnns-as\ Gap to front Royal. tavilltSprin; ullc]! Ky Portsmouth 0, fiiend- Quarter to Bmelia C H. bler's Mills to South Anna. LandirgO: Grand View Ostend, Grape Island -:' ;:

Buffalo frJLt ers Bottom wild Cologne! Point) i From Mitchell's Station and to Raccoon ship. Roi-kxille Vancebnrg Ky Roin: O, From Richmond: by Hanover C, H, to From reveller's Repose cy Green Bank, \ D", St, Mary\ n., Newport,0, Willow 7.;: ;., ,-

Pleasant, I ford.From I Concord Ky, and .Manchester 0, loMaysvill* Junction.From. and Dunnmore, lo Huntersville. .land, V,., Bull Creek Marietta: O,,Dnncan, (.,-. '
From Liwrcn-cvill', by Diamond (.roves MoorfiehJ, by Howard's Lid, Bar. iv.\'. Richmond by ChickahomneyGooda From Turkey Cove, by the Little Stona Va. Harmar, O., Briacoe Ran, 'U'..., to Park ''":' ';i.. ,
I Lwisrille.; Loch Lfven. il."Ind l *""' f hadoe&xille and Orkney; Spiings, to Mount i From Pat kt-hurg by Belleville Mnrtavs.iilf ; 1's Montpeli- :Negro foat Etna Locust Gap to the big Glades in Russet couu. _;2.:; .... '. '

lotervention. Columb a Grove, >Vbitt1e'lii; I, Jackson, in Shcnandoad County. % ltv 'iix Mid 1'1t asant Viexv Moote'c( Crock Jackson and Long Creek to ty .. .. White SoIpharSprings by Anthony's } .'d' ".:.

? South Hill, Crichto.i's Store, and fork, ilk, I. From \lnorfidd.II\' Darkosx'ille'weedin ., ills and An C.-I'CIIW. to Jack son C, II. I trvtleric's I I Hail.Fr. I From Tye River Warehouse by New Jr.-ek to Rhcken Rejoae. E.: co : '. ;t

to Lawrence ville! Hill, Oak flat Sugar Grove and Palo Alto to From Patkeif-buig by Bri.-ce Run, and ..m Richmond by City Point Sxxineyanl Glasgow Saiididges Buffalo Sdringa Orono. From Wilderness by LocuU Grove and .:.): I ,
From Laxvrenceville, to Barntville. McDowell: Duncan Marietta, O. : and Williamsburg Landing aud Nexv. co and Buena Vista furnace to Lexington. .iVrdieriYills to Orange C H. 1; "1-. f

From Lawrenceville, by Poxvellton, Pleasant I' F'ronlIIfidd] by Luncy's Creek, and I-'HHII" I I'aikii'-birg! bv Davisville frpPpo'f.t port's News Norfolk.: From WiHiaiwport to )MorefieM ;-:;.' 1
Oaks, Green Plains N. C., Summit, (rpptrTiart;: : to trnnkiin. : Web's ;Mills Cox's Mills, Ueckert's %Jill-, From Richmond by West Ham Locks From Upahur C, II, by Beachtoxvn french From Williamspoit or Dnncan in Wood ....n ..1-/ !,
Gbolsonville Va., and White Plains, to I Ij From Moore's Ordinary by Double Bridgeand Leading Creek Clay's Puint't'stt.'rIl Loreiitz's Beaver Dam. L'lkh.L'Inlond PembertonCarsersxille Creek Waikersville Cunningham's thence to Bounty ?intersect the Parkesbnrg and Bal-! tF ,

j Lawrencexille. Pleasant (;rn\'e to Hj le\hburg Store Buchannan, Ovt-thill and ;Miilele\ Columbia; New Canton ex-en Alexander skinner's on the Oil Creek to the ; :imore Mail Route at the junction of the 1) ;. t tI'
f I From LnwicnceviJle! by Bumt>-311e, Stui : Fiom Moore'f Ordinary by Brydie's Store oik to I ht'\-\I '. M.tnu'b ScottSAille Warrrn, Hoxverdsxille, Little Kanaxvha River to Gilmer, H. vVilliamsport!! and Northwestern Tanpike six. ..". oJ ...

geonvilk. Kennedy's, Jonesboro's Oral Oak i Tussekiah, Laurel Hill!, Lunenburg C, (II I andReaobtih From I'at k.:'sburg. by fountain Spring toWi.t Waimiiister: Hard\\irksviIleTye-River: Warehouse From Upshur! C, H by french Creek Walk- I' teen miles} east Parkesbarg, ..,j! :. -.,. :

Wattsboro', Bany's Bridge and D.ap.-rsville. I to Ya'e&xillo.! i:t C, II. and (iou", Wirt C. H, by" Bui t.i.g Allen's, Dieek Gait's :MiU SehnrLynctibuig ersville: Collin's Settlement forks of Oil Creek From \\'iU'ru&burg; by Yorkton to the ;';' '.- "

, to Bcvdton. From Moutcifv. by :Meadow Dale :Mil\ I :Springs, Big Bend, Pine: Creek and Dc Kalb, Hulcambs:\ Rock \Hi\\! I.-Iand Baluom along the Little Kanawha River, to Gihner (Grove Lano""ng' r -.t

From Leesburg by Hughesville CirclexillePhilemont : Gap, Sprue Hill!!, a'jd Sunrise, Mountain; : iu ,, \' \ ,'" fails and Rock Point Mills to Patt.n.it ..- C, H. From Wilson's Depot to Dareville's 1. .;;.: :
Bloomllrhl, :1t1lI Unibon .\.liddIr "-' Grove. I From Patlvorsbnrg:: to Btlpre Ohio. 11'1;. From Walker's Church by Merryman's From Winchester by Stephenson's De- ,., 2-; .. ,,:

1 r; burg. i I''-*im :Mnrprantmvn\ I by) Grnnxille, DornicK-! From P.i'ke'pburg by Bllt'lla'i.t&:. Wells, From Richmond by Erin's Shade Coal Shop, Harvey's Store, Red House aud Wood. jot DadeeviHe Brueetoxvii Snmit point charier .. ... _

( From Leesburg by \Waterfnd Whenlland: i town, Willow Tree, Cormcnalsxille, and I and Sandy to Jackson C, II. Hill Rockville Johnson's,; Spring Perkinsville! laxvn to Concord. town and Halllown to Harper's ferry. '. .1. .. ":"

:" Hillsboro', and Neersville, to Harp r's fer. : Heist 'isbr.ig' to Broxvnsxilk- : From Patrick C, H. I.J5andJ Plains and
rv. : From: Morgantoxvn, by Gl:1dcs'iIeIIc! ;\ : Aratat to Mount .\r\! N, C. Bell's Cross: Roads and Poindexter's: Store to fabius to Moorfield. Mountain falls Cedar Creek Gravel :"i t .;, :
From Leesburg to Point of ROl'kslarJ.: j I Racco III, to' Lxansxllli'! Froni Pmick C," H, bv Rock Castle, to Trev.lliali'n; De1'ot.[ From Warrenton by New Baltimore and Spring and Capon Springs to WardensviHe -- T :. .. F

land. |I From Murgantuun: by Wbiteday Glade 11..yd C, H. From Richmond by Proctor's Ceek: to Buckand: to Gaine>viii?>, ;.,..""... f

From Lewisburjr, by Bunge''''! ;\Iilb, Clin-1, to fetterm.in. r'r.nii Patrick! II, "J Wilt's :Spur; ;Meat] I'c'er buw 0' From Warreulon, bv Salem: fanpuier, and From Winchester to Gapon Springs. :: ::1... .;:

tonville, Meadows Bluff, Locust! Lane, Pleat- From! Motgantownby Grnnville, Cnssxillc! I oxv D.un Dauielfoik, aud Glad; blorough to From. Richmond by I New Kent C II, Oak Hill to Paris. From Winchester by Ninevah and fron /1 ,i ,

ant Hill, Mountain Cove Gaulex Bridge Pain! ; PjenU-ss, Blacksxi I le, Wiule-toxvn! ; Jol'yio.xr: ilillsxil:!I .e. Rarh.imsx-illo: Burnt Ordinnry William Lurg. From Warrenton, by Warrenton, Springs Royal to Manasaas: Gap. '''' 'H; ,:'

Creek Sh>exx>bury, and Kanoxxha S.dme, to ; ttJl'I OIl'S Stati.m', It c.< Vallt-y! I fair lull and From Patterson's Depot bv frankfort: Sheetz Qoiktovxn, and Half: Way Hoase to Hamp and Jeffei>onville, to Oak Shade, From Winchester by Mill Creek Darkea- J -:;. .;: t ,t

Kanaxxha C, (H. I \\ l heeling Valley.w \\ h...'vliiig.1'rom :I 'I iii-. Bjilii igtoii: Wili.i'ns! : \ ;' >it Rid{ ewnv and ton. From Warsaw, by Rice's Store, Rape, ,ille MartinsSurg Hainesville and falling ,;r fk': J
Fron: Lmvisbutg' by Brownsxille :dMaysvillf : AlomuJs-ville% 1'011Hi Ige, Long Bottom Mj.Nein.m's Cros Roads, and :So Luney'sI'mm From Richmond by Old Chcrch Sharons- Kiusale, Old ha tn's Cross Roads, Union Village Wliters, Williarasport Md, -1:' : : .. :

falling: Spiiugs' Liulf Lexvl, Academvand -:, fish Creek, and Knob foik, to I PiltI: I l..H'l'k. xille:! Aylett's fleelwood Acaddtuy and Mill.:-r Lottsburg, HcathavilieVicomoco From Winchester by Back Creek Valley, !.{ J.ff;, 'r

Mill Point ti l Uller! &viUe.\ : Grove.From; Pattonsbiiig, by Powell Tavern, Tavern to Tappahanrock. Cuurch Kilmarnock Laticcstrr C, Litwal. Cip.m Bridge Hanging and Pleasant Dale to :'!- ::1":" 1

From Lexxishurg\ "by Mars-balUxille! Bl,leSulpher :Mouut Vinco, to Buckingham C, \ Sul'bctt's Tuxein, Hear Dam, Goochland From Riplcy to North Bend MiRs. tot, farnham, and Durettsville and to War- Rormiey, ;.i"": .: ,.,

Springs: Rocky Hill, Boxxye 'i> Knob H. C.: II.I 1 Jifleiboo i C'aitei-xilJe, Nexv Canton, From Rockcastle by Kend.iek Spur toMe a v. From Winchester by Newion Stephens- :. .. ; "i'N '.
to fayettexilie.Fioni From ;Mount Vinco by Glenmore: to :tr. : 1 foik Union, \osjtmiii.ter, I liardxxit.-k villf, Idows of D..n. From Warsaw by Dureitsvllle farnbara Lit. burg Middletown Strasbarg Tom's Brook, ':., t:t L r
Lexxi.burg by Blue; Sulphur Springs! I rei.:, I Rix.r Warehouse) Bt.ut Creek and From Rocky Maunt dy Retreat Simpson'b ., walton. Lancaster C, H, Kilmorneck Wicoitioco Woodstock Edingburgh Mount Jackson, at:
1'xe Stone;
Raleigh C, H, Wxoniiiitf) C, H. l>.'gall. C, H, 11 om ;Mountaui Covo by KeoiWc! ,..* .% "IIlill.. '" !i.I; LUll!! Hrjuirh" I.it lie River: mid Cai**... 1*'''8Uap Church! lieathbvillw Lotuburg Umuli New M...., Spartapolts Lacey Springs .. < ;
ChapmativiJle" and falls Guyandotte! tu Bar.bour : I.alleidwlas: C, Ii, and Birch: River to : Fm(iii !','ll-I &''O\, II by .*haiid.ikiii'a: ferry and toNoyil C. H, Village Olvlhatn's Cioss Roads Kiu3afe, .Me'rose Harrisoaburg( Mount Crawfort' :.e4{

xille.From! Ur.-ixloii C, H. i Mercer! :Sal Woiks t.' Piinceton. l-'rom Roavy; Mount by Long rmcr. and Ha::,ue and ice's. Store:; to UaisaW. Mount Sidney and Cline's; Mill to Staofj.ton. .:.; '.jr t t /,
Lewis' Store, by Harris to fredcr- ,I FromIuuubill; fill?, by Gravel; Springs, From l't.dbrslill !by 1'ryor's!: Vale to C.maaday's (dip| to ll'-yd C, II 4.mom H'arsaw by Ly well's Store:: Montrose !
ick's Hall. ;' PaddMills! : Van Bnten furnace, and Lorenzoville I Bufi'alo : 'Iimlg5. I From Rocky .Mount by Bonbrook Coop- Kice Store, Hague Kinsale toOldham Cross From Wirt Court House by Lee's WJl., :: a,

From Lexington, 111' lom on's Lnn- I to Woodstock.Fiom ; l i om 1'oiiusoor./:: Ritcl.ie! C, II I I, by St. I r'a Cross Roatit! Jhatnblibsborg:. Kuian& Reads.! Reedy Ripple and Three forks of Reedy to ; r % :

ding, ad: Gilmer'e; Mills, and! to Balcony (j Mount Level 1 to Dorvill'e.! i lat; ,,'s. Iloreb and Bunkerh 1110 Liheity.' (-'r..m'l.lterford by Hoysville to Lovetlsx i'eedyvl le, "*.. ";.ft." ,i\i, .-
; fills. I I. From Mutray'b 1 Shop by label's! Mills to From Peti-rssbcrg by Tight Sqneez- Stall) From Riicky: M.-unt bv .;x'
) from Lexington, by Colliertown to P.ittotiEfcurgin CoVfSviJle.From ) Cii'trU \* ih..lIuu-c .a:tittI'", I ilicK.-ord! : Pleasant Level I'riii.iman'is! ; an.I Llim: xiile to Patrick From Wattsboro', by Barry ridge and Bend Pine Creek and De Kalb to Glenn- ,:" '.$ .i- .", f
: ] Bote'ourt county.Froih >, :Mud\ Bridge to Boon county C, II, : Hill, .N, C, and Gaiebnrg; and lo Wd.I.JII. Cl'. Drapetbxille to Boydton.FMHU yule, .,... :;! ;_.t
.Lexington by Ken's Creek Alum (ISallanl ,xilKFiomNexxburn! -.) : From Ronincx. lv Bum litmgtoii Rdgt\ill? I W-= t\l\ by the Weston and Gauley From Woodstock by Columbia 'arot.t f:1 .t
r ;Springs, tnd Mill boiotigh Springs, to Bath by Grahamn'slrcn: WorkstoWxtheC I i'rom lVtiM.1irg by Tfn.jletiHi! NexvxilJe, Nexv Creek .New Creek U..po.t \\ 1-is.ti.u:: Ii.i.gt.; Turnpike Gauley Bridge in t layettecounty. and Lost River to Moorefield, ... ,... ; j._...'
ALiin. 1 U. 1 Llltl 'l,," hiiitm., /'S (.'""C' Ass.tniDoiiitk amid \. .th I U: a ich lliicig, Geiman Se'.tli-rrjent.: From Wyiheville by Sharon B'jrke'a Gar : : \ _
From Lexington by I Turnpike Roads, to I From Newburn by Polar Hill Giles C, II. I V ick \ ilk to Jeru-aU-tr. .heat 1'n.l' :e ( ij.ixv ville Kxnn l; "ville Thrt-t- t"1tI Weston to foik Lich.Friii den and Perry Store to Tazewell C PA, ... ':: ',0;: ';
'I Indian : fo, k Prunytoxui anJ Bndgeport: t Clmks- Keisteitowu, by lipperco, Hanstead From Wytheville by Red BbJff'a'.sd :: :
: Covi-igton.;; PeU-rstown, Red Saljihur Springs- h'rom. Peteri-bnig, I by Prince George C. II., : Gray ,... ,,.
; Rich Cie.-k ; I'liioii l'uka\xa\ .', ;Manchester, Hanover, 1'11., Hampton Round son Snlpher Springs to Grayso'a C H. 7 .
From Lognn 'C, H, by Cieek: Salt Sulphur! Sum irigs, (;.iieybxillf, Cabin I'uint, Surry: C. H., Ba rg ., .:. :
: and tlienre by Coal Hi cr ;Marsl.ei l.. Plains i : and Second Creek, to White SulphuSjiringS CiiS' Castle Bjrxvell's Bay Stnithtield andChufkatnck From Romney by Sdringfield to GreenSpiing Hill, York ;aulj'bnr\ Springs, and Papertown, From Wytheville by Speed'well Elk -creek' .; "' ,
to Krleigh: ; C, H. ; *. I :::) l HUll.From to Cam1iJ. Austin and Cornell's Sto're 'toladepen- :, 1.. .
: j j.j.t to Suffolk, -3... .:
I t From LogHti C II by Gnvan River Chap.t From New Canton to Bnckinghamlin"j; I 1'iom IVteisbu'g, by Uuioti: : Greve, Black. Uornnev l I."v Porgettsxille to Moor- From. fairfax C. H., by falls Churdh, Bai- d. ,,;.'.-.i.;. ,,I...,..
t mcnsville! falls ;Mills and Cabell C. H, to ( by Gold; Hill and Gravel \\ater, > aileyfcbutg, (iieen Level I, Beilin aud fieKi.! ; lev's Cross Roa.Is\ and brixton ro Washington From Wytheville: by RMral'ftetreat' Marion !.:,;.: I
GuyaiiJotte. I I'rom From New Canton, by Virginia ill., Di- Butt Jerusalem.IVom From Rose Mills to Tenipertnce in Aiuherst 1 District ol Columbia.: Seven Mile fore Town !I ou.se Glade Spring; .-r' l

} : Louisa C, H, by MansfieVI Andrew ;iVxvyma'K uia; :Mills i and Glemnore, Mount: \ wcn. in trs, to DinxxiJdle! C. II., County.From K-OIII fairmout by Mill falls snd Worthington Cedarville Al.'ngdon &mit'.i Creek Timber .-'! ..,* :::. .
Petersliurg by
t : Store Orange Springs 'Ihonihill'1 Buckingham: county' I Ritcheville, and Goodxviusvllle! to Wyo- Rye Valley by Big Meadows to to hinnilon. Grove.and Bristol to BlountsviUa, Tennes /." ..,: r i :
: Union. : ;Month Wilson. From fairmont by Palatine, Sarielta: '" .. ..
: and Elluville to L'iui From Lovertsxille\ to Batry. I! From New Castle by Cataxvba to Salem, Ii g.hum Sutherland, ford's From Rye Kallt'bv Two Mile Branch Pruntytown, Sinigson's Creek.lhillilla. Bark Yellow Bran t h by Arnoldton t .!: :
From LoveUbvuie\ \lJch'Yi\'i11e. Bolington in Roanoke. Petersburg by Sincjnirs! Bet?om "Love's Mils l :I Libeity er's :Settlement:: and Leadsville, to Bever I Leesville. ": .-r:

Mom&loxvn NVheatl-uid\ to LovettsFrom From New Cattle to the Tavern House of Depot Ul.icks Mt.Lexd and! Wliiu-s, Wilson's! :Nottaxvay: Depot'dlsllll'C. H., Bmkesxille ,- Hull Laurel Iud Clark's ,Mills, to Abing I,)'. Blackshires ,t From Yorktown And friday to the Grove _. 1.-: '.' 1-'
"tIe.f don. From f.irmontbyfartnington, Landing. .; : : l
James Scott, in Craig county. ; ;
f 1 Love's Mil's!' by Wb.te Top to II il- : From New Kent C, H, to Charles City C, s Kice. (Dfpot, flI IIJilll', Pio.-jK-rt. amiMeniman't. From Rncl'.nunsville Higl.lanp county by Maiiniiigton, Bcaty's Pine Grove, and Porte From Yorktovjn by Halfway C Hoes "1 )
tcn, i, II. I : \ Shoplo Appomattox Depet.Krom I. Watle's .More to Hunt mile.! s, taIls, to L\t'W brtins\.i11e. and VVarwil-k C H t Yorktown, t.. .t

From Loringston by. Roseland to PeiJOlOUl J. From New Creek Depot on the Baltimore I'ctorbllu/'g/ to City: : Point.I'rom H Frolic Russd ills by Sylvan Mills to St, From Jaitifld to .wusburg. From Torktown by H y's Store Hickory I i ;- : 1%
Peter Diu" C, ,, I
t : j and Ohio Rail Road by Greenland; and Laureltnn I Umg by Mary' Pleasant Cuunty. From fancy Hill to Thompson's Lan fork Gloude/terC C H, aud North End to t
iUe L xxibvillo c.
Hun\ > I
WyiMwng! Sturgeonsxille! !! ::-
.rrmu L-tmpcrp.irt by Wallace Shirley and and to Petc-ibburg, and (LI1I1l. ; foik&xille South Hill Grove From Salisbury N, C by Maxvillf Va, ding. \Mattbe\C H, -r. :,.r:
RIII..." 'Middleli.iume.( Creek. :: : Hmiiptunvillu! ( Jones>ille Ul.ind ford Stnte From fancy Hill to Lexington. From ZrckviHe. by Elizabeth fsrks of Reedy ;J-* t
" I Tron: LUllt>y' Creek Upper Tract: nvuthl : Frumt'w) Martinsville, by fan Light, Ccdaiic. and: Beydton to Randolph Macon Road Roaring Gap Civil and Itidi pendence, From farmville by Princd Edward C H. Creek and M D, W, Boggs to New Califor 'l .' *
l Seneca! and Harpers Mills to Crab Bot. Packsudd'.e: Carney's (Goth)' ;Mills .-s nit l 1.m"I\? Illegt'From Py'crfctowu Shriuklin'b and to Wythevilli'" Mllwnvlnn'! Roanode Bridge Charlotte C. ma, :'Zc.' .., '.
.' j:: of Iih River to fish Creek Post Otlice in I by I From Salem by Cave Spring to Jacksonville II. Midland, Providence Halifax. C. H, Rog- NORTH CAROLINA. r .
torn.From Meicer Salt Notks to Piiueeton.I'mm
Luray to Valleysburg.From Marbhall county. I'etnntoxxn Mill: : to SweetSpiings fl"y c UIIIS' {floul C 11.) I ersi1I Bbomsburg and Cunningham's StoreN From A'brroarle by Efrf's Mills Mol ;_#, tL. .
by :
Lynchbar: 1 bv'CaciiplH-11 C. II. Yr1Inw \- From :\ Market, Shenandoah Cou::. i G.ip From Scottsville by lJrl.lllu'sorth: GnrdiMi -, C. to Milton.Fretn Inns Mills Love's Level Mills -: ': .,

,' Branch& CaMle'Ciaig'nrd'b. Bridge I II IIIrnvt I ty, by Lurny, and \\'a hinston, to" W.ml'lI. I 'I'miH Pine Grove by Bowman's, Mills andA'Jaiine tlk&ill: auk Vancey's Mills to Green- I formville by Jamestown to Deatons- in Clear Creek. \".:::.'.t t'. I
( >, Chalk and Robertson's Store, xvooil Dl'pot. ,'illt'. ;
Lewi I, ton. ; to MoumKvjUe.Kiinn Fiom Albemare! to Ilan. : _
nd PittMlvania! C. II., to Danvi 'I le. 1'iom New Maiket by. :Mafsanctlen\ LurmvI From I'ttc.n, by Olymoia! Cnatbnm! Hill I From farmville, by Peine's Tavern Lnng- From Ashborougb Troy by ..o. .. l'
Piedimint) by I'll ris and :Mil wood! to S.e. 1
From Lyncbburg, by foiest Depot Pierce- I Hawhburg. Sperryhville Washington (;iiine;' \Viachester.Fiom BrOadfoui, and Taltxil'le, to AbingdOn.Frsm hsrne's Tavern, Cumbeilaud C. II, Oak forest liii!. Hi Store Salem Church and Liter i .

ilk, LiWny, Libbon.Oal; ;Mulege Budlord's (!ross! Roade, and Amissvil e and to Watertoxvn. -' l'icka'ltPlaills Mon oeC ShariMisviII.1 Acqwinton, Piping| and Cartersville lo Pemberton. Mills Troy. rii t. '.;
fluke's and ::5tollf'r'tI5tnr to mfr Lick. / Woli'Cieck, iunly t byRocky Tn-e Fcrsy and King William C. 11., to Lan- From farmville, by Curdsville. to Buckingham From Ashborough by Mills Wad. 'i .:
C :::I P'i lit Sm K'Vxilie nmi Mot f
From Lvticbburg' by DsggiT.s Springe : From New Market by Bi.-ck8 Gap, Uoversxille : I'atuck's I'eok to Ce , Clifton tMgl'lum Rock and Covington, toCallAghan' / Brake's Run and Eyrnan's. Run toLuney's the Red and Bin) :Sulphur Turnpike. From Shawsrille, in Montgomery Countyup From farmville, by Hampden SydneyCullelt' peiity., 'i '
I .. I the South (Irk: Roanoke River by Alle- to Prince Edwards C. H. -bJ' '
1 Creek, in Hsrdy comity. From PitUxlvania C I H I by Callaod's: From Ashrille by flat Creek Gbr'. B ,
. From Lynchburg, \)j Elon\ to I\dlars I From Nexv Salem I by New Milton Sugar;:; : Sandy Kiver Leatherwood Store; :MattinsvilleTraylorsxille ghany springs to Simpson's floyd Coun. From farmvSlle by Prospect Walker'sChurch reek Indian Gap Double Sp np Gab.gn. Ai .

1 Mills. \ Grove; aud Oxford lOw Hanisville, (Ritchie I Hoi he Pasture Penus! Stere, y- Clover Hill Sprout Spring Concord Big Laurel Sulphur Springs J
C. H.tv Ij
From MadUou Rapid Arno. Gar and and Selma to Lynchburg.From .
} Grove Kellysvill Love Limestone
and \ C. H. and \ln\inmiir to Patrick C, H, From Shepherd by to Springs Tennessee. ,
CiiglerbviUe !
Mills, Guthries
vet, Madison Ca. fincastle to Downington '
From New Salem to Oxford. Frein PILtS) I nmi\ C 1 H!, by Berger's Store Brandy to Calra'per C II. Rockxille From Asheville by Sulphur Springs Horn- P4 ;

I From Madison C. II., by Ciiglersxill Gra From Newton Stephen&burg. by 1 Nirieva, to and Snuly Hill. to Union Hall.1'iom From Shepheidstoxvn. by Sharpsburg' Md ville Brandy Beartoxvn wine Blue Manor Ball, New Holland HoneyBrook ,, meny Creek Pigeon River forks Pigeon "$ f

f r'i \ reV Mills, and Marke lle, to Lurn\'. front Royal. Point Pleasant by Pleasant flat and and Reedysville ti Boonsboro', Hinkleton Efhrate Durlach BrickervilleConxvall \\8Jlt'svit.Peiu Scott's Creek franklin A. ; : J,
Fromichol1s! / C, H, "by Peters Creek, Ohio own to Sharpsburg. I quona Tennessee Valieytown, 1
From Maysxille, by Cherry Bottom, tl, Salisbury to Pomeioy From Shepherd; and Campbelltown, to Hummelstown. ., Hea Clayton J .
"') Jerry's Round
Brownsville. fork Txxenty Miles Creek From j),.iiier' )' 0, by Minersville; I Graham'sStations From Sistersoillt to Middlebourne Wick, Morphey Ga. :' .
k Tree fork L-atherwood, Elk, River and Big Letait fabs Schamla. From Asheville by Turkey Creek Sandy '
nnd to Apple Jrove. Hobron ami Highlands to t;'
j From Maysville! to Scrngg's Clintonville or I Sandy, to Clendon Run. and From Weston to Philippi, in Barbou Mush Creek 'Creek Crab Tree .. -
From Poplar Hill by Mechanicsburg\ to From Sislorvillu by Middlebourne! Spring fr PL t.
tf't the James River, and Kanauha Turnpike., From: Norfolk. to New York. Sharon to N-w Silem. county. aud Jonathan's Creek WaynesriUe. "
From Mannington, by P 'rgamm, and, Bess' From. Norfolk, by Yoiktown, and to Wateiton. From Portsmouth to Hargrove's Tav.ern. From South Quay bvjaclory Hill N C, From Woston by Little Skin Creek, Bif From Asheville by Sulphur Springs Avery, f'.t': r
Tille, to Lutuberport Harrison county. m Skin Creek Bennetts Mills' Ireland Bulltown, Creek Mill River Claytoovllle and'Davidson's '
From Manassa's Station, by ( inesxilleHtymtrket From Norfolk to Mathews and Holy Neck; Va, to Somerton- BOllton .i! t
f I : C, II. Salt Lick Bridge and fktwoods, to Braxtor I Cathey's Creek. ( f
Thorughfnre, The Plains. Salem p From Norfolk by C.Id Point; Comfort to From Partsmouth by' Suffolk Carrsvillufiriiklin From"Sl'erryville.| ta Stafford C, H, to C, II. From Allemance to MonticeUoby Summer. i!'4 tI \
Un<\ujer' and Rectertoxvn Station, to Pied, Baltimore, Mil. Et-pot) M I ur1re." Dt'putewso:1 De- From Stewartstowu by From Weston by flink's Creek and Ne 7 Mills. il,)

tout SuUon. From Norfolk by KfrnpsviHe, London put Box>> Kin's Depot Br.inchville) ,! Meherin Depot Railroad. Milton 1 to West Union. From Averysboro by Piaioa and'McNeils t .J "
From !Meadow! Bluff, bj Blue Sulphm. Bridge Princess Ann C, H, Bl .ESOIII Hill,, S :ll'rt and Gareysburg to Weldom From Stan"rdviIIe to Plonket and Hark- P.aut .
D C Abxandri to
From Washington, by ; ferry
Summni. :i
Springs, Palestine and Egypt, to Red SuJphurprlll10 Ives, Store Land of PiomUe, and (;realBudge :"iioitli Carolina. step's Store in Green County. Game Point. fredeiickburg Guiner From Cb.P f t
Conrad's Score,,, Glymont Bareaynn. Cumbrnd y ;: rH p
From Stanardville by ,
Norfolk. .
Smithville.Fram !
to .
; From PoxxhatUn! to .
Creek Milnrd Ruther Glen, Junctioi i by Lees !
From Mercer C Fiom Norfolk to Churchland. Newton,, and McGaheysville to Harrisonburg.From Aquia rry t Summenie. $ 'J ;
lit to Princeton. Piincss Ann Maryland by Taylorsville and Slash Cottage and to Rich FromBeaufort to Jarr Ballt Cant : ,1 1 j
., From Mfcbauicsbnrg by Kimberlin, Rock From Norfolk, by Cherry Stone to East W gram Vu. and New Church to Horn- Staunlon River by Bentleysville' ,,, 11'1 .
mond. county. ,
Gap, Clear' ford, Valley, and Cove Creek, to ville. ton. Scottsburg Halifax C H Church Hill Brooklyn J
From Beaufort to Smyrna.
f. .
Perry Store. From Norfolk by Old Point Comf. rt, tc and Laurel Grove to Danville.! From Washington, D, C, by Georgetown Banker H-
]t Fsom Princeton by Spanishbusg and flats Hill Dranesville : From Beatties ford to 7Dry t f.f.i: i iI
Va Springdale
From Tarn From Staunton by Lexington Summer'Natural *11 I Langley Prospect ,
MPt'.edith' )
Creek and
to Hampton. Top to Shady Springs. Hamilton Purcelliville Ponds Mountain I Tjurraneefj ,{} ,
Fincas Belmont Let-sburg "
Morgan aud to .
Ridge. From North Mountain Post Office, by' From Princeton to Wytheville. Bridge Pattonsburg Castleman and ,. Mills.I I '.
Snickersville Berryville
From Martin.viHe, by Rough and R and Tomahawk Springs, to Jone tie. ferry ford I' (
deMilll Hedgesville; !i From Piinceton! to Gingseng Wyoming \\lllcht"ster.I From Beatties by 8njbIs! ad :
PrnntElamwdle. to Rock Cas. Springs. county. From Stannton br Mint Spring Green to D C Alexandria V Lowrances Mills to Bun ,&r for ; j jU '
by Hi
North Mountain Va, by Cl"at Steele's Tavern "Canicello fairfieliam! I FromVuhington it to Oa'' '
fitFrom From Fiom Wnynenburg by Hunter's Cove, ville Anandale fairf.ix C, H, Centreville Groveto From Bores '|Jj J. i
Creek. Mrtinnief ly Shady Grove, Snow Spring Md, and Clay Lick Hall to Mercers- Harvey'a Windii'lge, Ryereon's Station Pop., Timber Ridge to Lexington. Becklnmsville Walnut Branch, St. Stephen!I, From Bloirsville. Ga by AODtB'b 1 {
Dickinon, Uniou Ball, Gill's Crt'ekLL.ey' burg Va.From lar Springs. (Va.) B eler'. Station, and Lime I From Stanton by West View Eeer field Warrenton Warrenton :!I, town fert Hem ,, N C,' i;
(aoc! Grove and Davi '. Mills' to Nottawaj C, H, and to Jeffrew'i!I atone, to Moundiville.From Green Valley and Bath Alum, Bath C. H :: Jefft-rsontoo, and Rixeyville and to Oa k Acquone.From t.
Store. Putnam C H. Hnrr'cane Bridge and Hot Springs, Millea'a! Mill Morris Hill. Callaghau'sand Shade. Brier Creek by Hay Meadows '
From Middletown, bjr PorUmoth, to front From Oak Grove to Port Conway in King White Sulphur Sgring- Lewis &
Grove to interest the route from Mulbery to Laun-l Spring
Syc Imore I From West Colombia, by Cedar fiats VJ])

Rr MWdletoi$ bjr Reetowo,Piedmont, Georg.From County Creek Gui! KaUMWha C, U. to Wayne C H, at Ham, burg From, Stinnton by Cborchrille Jenoiog.I per flats, and Lttart, Oil*, to Jaeboi 1 [ CeT;!!'] .

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I: .: tynifie its neither to ( n1it'.and''I1tt'..7tfd '> lun'I.r '1'. .,
Floridinn "
} lal 1 wy' that the Chi 4 r Justice decides that 0 a fixed standard bv the force of law. In my cpiu- 1 of C lUI'1lCI accepted the conditions, and baa '. t-'rbe fifjiive." Very ..ell. "e purposes shall o/utinuc t<. fragments s-flue tueek.Pennsylvania. .-'.r 111"

r9i !0rfoian & ournal!, ;he prisoners have be?1 unlawfully detained, :ill on. by denominntions the lime this in Sanhedrim review the should Christian have spirit passed of I gone to Germany. The civil inquiries into stand forget con or the defeiiMve." and when -iiled: lookout .

:hat the of by the own. t lie nlti"uII'fluld be prostrated and thu infidel spirit I his case resulted in the decision that he was for our "b.tt" n h- lea. We did not menu tsay.. or ElectionsPHUADII.PUIA. -
power attorney given tube ii' iindemtninl. that the editor co( the Floridwn Oct. 11.-Tl reitnns 1 late

TALLAHASSEE : ?r of the 613'e:11 sufficient to arrest him 1>e Who predominating.will Lave the boldness to undertake- a work I Ir ,perfectly sane, and an order was issued by a adopted during t the iun attiIes written by others coming in fruit the city and county all Jiiglt. atd.1,"*

without the assistance of the officers of the ) this magnitude No one I' rent tire to say of all I magistrate for his release, but Lord Palmer- I as his own, though he accused! us having done eVe .- nw nearly cimiplr! -
\ did nut cotwMrr the charge worthy of T. H. Florence, dt-m. is elected from the FIrst
ho in evil hour embraced Ibis Coo-
be cane
BP SMr4a7. OcUfbor 21, 1854. !aw, and that they land a perfect right to use : found men "who will an isMime so' great rt-.p.beesy llihility.- ston refused to countersign it, except on the notice, for our friend l" here know that we fought" the. greeion istrict.. by 843 nmjoritj.JobR.Tjson. .
.. alone.Leon.I it is is'elicNd from
and the
--T & r ..' L_ ,what found it Such an attempt should it be made teduM be' wellaleulatctl :above condition. battle almost solitary Srccmd Dit'
-- -- -- - --- -- ever they necessaryLo J
r weapons far circumstances would permit .tl."IIyus by 2026 majority over Hamilton denn
true m) as .
C7T) H. 0. TQLLIAMS bat baoom mndatea to awaken a dread of the scene uflhe sev darkest of the canvass William Millwardwliijr.. n elected frei
employ, in securing: that arrest. fiiteenth enacted in ,should with stout heart in tbe dajs nf.tLi 'n
with the nd.gm.d u joint Proprietor of the Pro century the as voice of The Election- and occasionally we were favored with a letter Distiict by 740 najonty over Laody dim.
nOt be deaf to history' upc"n.ubj't.
{ RIDUX & JocmUL from and after the 1st Ootf.Nr mstaat. from whatever from; abn.ad. In this respect the Fl"ridian had greatly Jacob Brtw.m. whiir nd-ruillTe, b e'.fd boIL.
1iV! Gov. Bigler on Secret Political Organ nor should we forget that i ur ancestor Additional and complete leturns have been the advantage .flhe Sentinel In stead of an ediu.riul Fourth District by HIlWljoritl'.orll'.Jl.clem. fLK T
wherever landing
have and
E DYKE izations. coun'ry they may received inci- last issue of the recent U4.d during WPolWk'B
on this continent whether at Plymouth ftock or our e- staft. a word which we frequently !
During the canvass which has just term!, Jamestown were refugees from re1irwus perfecutionescaping lection which \villbe found incorpotated into the ranviiss. if he prefer the expres!ii>n. the J-Joruliaii (whig) majority ID the Stat.* t for ,.
Notice- had and for the nnt part an intelligent and cmor is probably 15.000. ,..
t which murk the dar- a large
W The arrangement made with Mr. WILUAKS I nated in Pennsylvania the Democratic party keeL from in modern the bloody history.scenes Nor should we forget the table in another column. enthusiastic corps of advisers contributors and correspondents ){uu'. (JermicMtie) majority tut Ctudeioneri Ca--

1 I tn :. nere<*ary that the old bufcinets cf the office and its candidates: took decidr'd and high hat: when pages William ?ctiu. Roger ViHiumllllnll Lure JACKSOX.-The Marianna Whig of the to cheer him on, and the result deal was of that tact and the I Pollock'i. probably majority 70000.for Qoreroor in
Floridian conducted l with" a good the whol.
144 : closed to the lot of October. We hate the established Baltimore, aQuaker. a Baptist, ansi? a Cal hiohic.' ret'dIpt'n was tit 1
l : b up large giound against recently organization reliiri"us toWance that it was lilt contains the full vote of that County, as considerableigor./ If this be treason make the 3.19..
l amounts due us, the bard earnings of years, and we of IClOWothings. and from : terms of rn-rfect most of its Sentinel. The Democrats elect all the Court B
an eaitli. It11'1111 Drown 414 Maxwell cf
v Ii second era of"go.nl will.fo mal on follows : Congress,
lt :' mOt earnestly! hope that those to wh<>m bills are sent address made the cor the the tiinmph of Chiistianky fiwe tIe days (If The The Floridian ficer*. six county Assemblymen and County Senator
to people Common- greatest &Y7-Brown's inajoiiiy 57 ; Cubi-ll's in 52, Sentinel is n trifle too fast. Henry S. Mutt, the Democratic and Kn"
will will lianliem.lhi-w-arccof, the .Nothinc
t respond promptly. Accounts be made out Omstatitine.. It greatest
i1' 1rt( rer full years and when the money)' is rtth'e the \\'ea'th, by (Uov. DIGLKR: on the subject, wv good to mankind. Its benign influences have been 118. Senate, Myrick, whig 390, Milton has not "signified its purpose neitherto city Canal alone.Commissioner, has over 20,000 nujuritf.ia.. tLii

-*.:> proper entries "'i be made in the books of thr DLWconcern. extract the subjoined. The address, though world wide)l Chrisiiani'y and it hJls strengthned in all countries.the cause Has of it dvilhl".rh' occurred dt'mOrrRt,347. Holmes votes with Jacksonfor forget nor forgive." Thi.. Floridian has In the fifth CongrfBiional diirrRCTT walIa-

if'!: Bills will b sent through the paper, and penned in the sick room, bcathes: ihe tine to an
'. ; the woe may b forwarded at our risk. sentiments of the statesman, the pati, hot, and tcri-tic of American relnnrade inrtitutioi.s.action (Ill this that subject the.direful. could influenceof not 10( reducing My rick's majority in the District The Floridian however, does not feel called is elected In the eight by 3.000 Dit'tric01af14.'Y'majority. *fla t.
$ / .) CHAlLE E DYKE the honest and enlightened politician. It he confined a to the limits of our country I That as its lo 33. House : upon to nsk for itself forgetfulnes or the 12th Congressional district;PuWr. anti.1fe_

,' t 1' is written n-maiks advocate could nnt justified for a temporary from bracks Whig u elected J by 1.00 cwijuritv over
if a cotemporaty, ill a they Whigs. !; Democrats. forgiveness" any quarter. Trying to
:f::. State of Florida. iiwomenience or selfieh end. in entitling M great an Wright.'f
: .ni'f", strain of masteily eloquence and marked ability evil on the cause of Christianity and civil liberty in Riviere, 408'Danies, 345 keep before it the golden rule of doing unto Iu the 19th district John Covode* WW is elected.

.1.-:1 ,, and deserves the attentive perusal of all other countries. Neal, 402King! 345 others as it would have others to do unto jt, defeating A. Drum. dern.
..I. 4 Want of has compelled us to omit Whitehurst, 377Coo: 337 Iu the 20th district KuigRt, whiy.defeats W.Jfoni-
room ,
: classes-the politician who boasts of enjoy and having in no single remembered instance gomery by 2.300-majority.

i PROCLAMATION. FOR A DAY OF THANKSBlviiiff'utid ing a learned profession ; the plain farmer at several paragraphs, characterized by the same For Stale RE'gi&terV nlker received 688. intentionally departed from this rule it has no In the 23d district John Allison, whir. d fetti V*

(J .I' Praise. his country home ; the industrious mechanicin sound and clobe! reasoning upon jli..8aaie.to Removal" I No Removal" 728. regrets :fur; itself over the past. Nevertheless, C.Tiout.dem.In the legislature of the State there is a ltrp

,"1c...# Bv JAMES E. BECOME his workshop the whole industrial. community pic. The Governor cohclu-'f M:fon
: Governor of lad StateTT7UEREAS .. I have mid none of these thing from prejudice Drown 84. House Porter democrat 83 Packer demccrat i is. re-elected to Contrre "the
'Z. the hone and sinew of ,
our country
; : to those of the opposition whose Northampton district. hester
? it is indu'iduls.'lnd com for I am myself a Pennsylvanian by birth and Protestant regular ig. ..
ti$':.';t VY mumlies to pn'pr f thfir dependence upnn and and its glory." by religious belief, as were my parents beforeme. Claike, whig, 74. Waiker, Register, 1.- consciences are not so clear, especially when ted in the Lancaster di.trk-t. br A. EL Roberta.K.

I. .' .' IUd to return thanks to ALMIGHTY GOD for his We but I have simply declared principles Inch I believe No Removal," 165. Nothing whig ; and L. TodJ. Know-Nothing. is elected
... ;f"1. .,. manifold mercies and blessings l: And whereas A quote- are consistent with the best 'interest, the dearest they sue for mercy ; but while we in the York and Cumberland district over Roll-

.J"'"J'; .;' large number of the States of the Union ha\'t by cua' I am opposed to all secret societies to accomplish right" and highest hopes of the people of my native NASSAU.-Congress, Brown, 70, Maxwell freely forgive," we cannot forget" man demo The latter i i. a loss.

:.1 :.. t.m.I.1 usage, adopted the lourth Thursday of Nu, political ends. I tlic\'l'. in the language of George State. Nor do I intend to speak unkindly nf individual 60. Senate, Tracy, whig, 78, Had. them. The Floridian has been '
:;.* y.mb.as 1 day of PubfrThankgcirig.! in order that Washington that i.ll such siM-ciutiuns "'art hl ly w ) citizen who fur any reasin may have connected too Ohio Elections.
dock democrat 51. For the
Mi"tjr.; :: it nimy b* oliserved with unifonuity throughout thr the cuurf of lime utid thiiigi to become pits ,' engmet themselves with thu assoiali to which 1 I House, Hardee much harrassed by "harsh expressions," in CJ!CJ'fnTf. Oct. 11.-The return so far received

.!. United States : A.y \chich cunning ambitious and Mijrticiltd; )have been referring. I can readily perceive how Jones whig, was elected, by 34 majority. the I of the vote of the State ticket indicate the election of
of the last
.t UViv, -. Now, therefore. I. JAMES E. PBOOSI G"venK.r of men rill be enabled lu mbvtrt the jitiiprr nj't/f neujtlr.. clothed will. novelty and secresy. the approaches of course too months easily to the American Reform candidates over the regular
rt l,):. l:. ;> tli> State of oridn.
'f- l 0' :' net *.part THURSDAY the 23J day vfSneiulter. ttioying fifctllll/Idlllt 1'r1/ engine which lift, d and how n citizen of the Ix-st intenU"M might be SUMPTER.-Congress, Maxwell 78 We State.
J.t 1. \' proximo. as a diy of public Tunks i\1Ig. nnd ihtm lu unjust jtniiiiitn"" diawn within, it* inc&he lut) all nidi have a plain go. experienced personally, what First Congressional District-Timothy C. Day, hat,

*: .-' do most .rt.pltul. request tit Clergy of the vaii I believe iu the wjsdom; Hnd I jUllil'e..f the language duty to I'Hf..rm.llnlt that i ill. to withdraw fnnn, the, Brown 48. Removal," 127.IIERSANDO.Congress I we have long known, that a democra ic < di elected.

(ftv r Ills to prn their respectiveIniuses of the Constitution '.f the Uniti-d States, that d.-cl.ms ,,rU r-to renew thei- allegiuiire tAP the, Constitution Maxwell 124, who Second District-John Scott Harrison Whig sec.
tor and does his duty
of and deliver addiesses suited to t'" 'tiu idifiiouxtt:{ *// /// le 'l faithfully fearlessly -
worship < evu r' nd all a t'tulific'itiuit and to a !ert the. ,Iil"ilIf free and! indep.-ndcut "0-1 ted.Third
4*. V*-.i-' ;.-. solemn and intCrtllinl an occasion ; and) I rCfptlful. tuanyr.jfiievrjH-blicltit*! tindtrthe L'ttiifdMate ; tei/11. mill l vote for whomsoever they please for political I Brown 70. House, Parsons 92, Dradly 80- will find his place no enviable one. The Ditriet-L D. Campbell. Whip, elected
:<" z Iv? request the Good Citizens ,this State *; and in the declaiution clf the bill e.f ri ightti t.f office." I both Democrats. Removal" 173. Eiuht District-B nj SUntton Whig. elected.l
best is far from bed
u .';AH' and in its cuniinouwcaltli, profession at being a of of the American
"r (111 their Iliull\'lXlti'ul' engage exer our 41wI that oil in n hav a natural I The majority Reformers in Hamilton
?:? ".. CIIU. tind indefe-itiblr i-yht tn wrfltip Almighty God FR\ ILlX.-The vote against Removal rose?. It has trials enough connected withit I county ia 7000. t
ID testimony wbereof. I have hereunto set my according to the dictate* theirwit A Vast Military Enterprise. : .
"l't of rO'dC.:tflCr.- "
in this Removal without those from
$ : [ hand and (/IIt. to be affixed the great That no hin/ian ut.thuntican in any COM w'ialei The New Yoik Courier Enquirer$ insli County was 242 superadding resulting Indiana ElectionsNASimtLi. ;

4, ..H 1 -l \.*' [L. S.] seal of the Stte of Florida, ut the Cpi er. controlur tnt'ifrse v.'th the si'/afj f coneirtce. totes a compatison between lh(' present expedition 2. controversies with cotemporaries, who too Ind, Oct. 11.-Th peopTei' ticket wiQ

i j.' i,4; *. tol. iu the) city (,Tallslutstee, this 19lh and no prtf- retire tltnll eeer be give n by late to any WASh GTO .Congress Maxwell often endeavor to conceal the weakness of be successful by an average majority of not I ICM ttxa
f. tijr: day of October. A. D.. I84.f nlirjtoH t"labli''lIIt7t 01 mvdr nfv>u.I"J'; n id lii against Sebastopol, and nther great 700. In the 3d l district George O. Dunn toti-Ne
: JAMES 'E. BROOME.Qjvtrnor the further declarution tlmt no pnion v'.o arknotclrdnen enterprizes of the kind that hate b-en prosecuted 144, Drown 55-majority! for Maxwell 89, again their cause or their inability! to defend it, by braska. is elected to Congref J JhDI8

,.- .'U': .'. if}rjdo.K the being of a God, and ifttlu tatt ufrewit different in the of of 47 since '52. House, James Drown harsh expressions" against, and, indiscreet r- Oct. 11.-The return from the. Btttt
.. /, the Governor, Attest: and pniiiihtnenl.thullu at period history .
--* By account of hit itligivui show that Mace II clected from the 9th ditnc'j l',
? 'I': F. L VILLUIGr *tntiinenl, be dltgitatijied; to hold uny office orj.luc I conquest. The Courier says- whig 92, Campbell, democrat, 89. We set assaults upon their brethren of the quill on 600 majority.In .

t a. ; Secretary of Statf.FXXA.LE of nut or profit iii !" 'f.' :.. I believe these instruments of fundamental law as The expedition to Sebisopol! ( according joritw.In -

'r. ; .' ACADKUY. From the they are. should be mniuta1Uld andjUill administered] to the last accounts numbers six hundred Maxwell and is understood as being the 7tb Scott is elected by 800 majority. .,
:' Adverse. by all men iu civil The Nashville Union concludes a notice of In the 10th. Pettit
authoriiy.' Iudeed. is difficult 1.BOO
rsif3 The "' to vote fora Democrat for U. S. Sen by majority.
vessels and thousand) pie 'ged
:., 'i;_. ment in another column, i will \he seen that U imagii e bow any one swum to administer th1e ninety men. the late Democratic victory in Florida as In the 6th, Holloway by 2.600 majority. .
r ., '. II II laws could! feel .' stor. Walker for Register 65. No Re. all
paramount warranted in steppiugovet 1 Invincible Arnuida: dispatched, under They are anti Nebraska in opposition to the
; the exorcises of the Female under
Ioi F:4 Academy follows:-In 1852, one of our whig neighbors
n" .. the bounds of their d lit Dct: terms and t.iblishini 197.HOLMES.. regular democratic nominees.
I. ; oftho} Won rules of action in direct Philip 1 II, of Spriin, for time eoiiu-st| of movnl
the superintendence( Rev. A. R. K.I violation CI'the, jju.irunteM : when his prospects elsewhere wereratltl.r
.t : and! immunities which they secure to every: cittzcu : England, and 501' f.ri ClI.! in \\ n, like Jttitinls ', .-Cong.ess.. Drown 77, Max- To the !mlcttd.i .
will commence on Tuesday next. Duting onlY, prematurely! exclaimed God
Citizens accoid'njj to the l\I of .
rills the Constitution. I: iititnbercd! CII.1)l1l' htiinincl: ninl I Wl.l| (;(jrhrl'n'slajnrit.; .\ 17 ; Cnbt-U'i. 73. ;' 1 t3T those affl'cted: with that .dreadful scourge
: the Summer, the building has been enlarged I ate all alike-they are entitled to equal pic.Urtionto i'bless little Florida With less cause fordisenurneiimeti' to Americi. the Liver Complaint the proprietors ofM'Lme's

". : and is now 5i: n condition to accommodate I equal riht.-lCl equal illlllU"itlt'ulld no man 't1Iilty\\u' -hij'\.nwr.! twenty thoubn I Walk r. Renter 04. ;: andithbetter rl'3S0n. wehiexclamation Liver Pik!! are h.ippy to offer this remedy,
i.rpt/ who pietends to a juft IIIJruiliisll'llt i.>ii ">f t'uL.' .\rbboul.l id si-lilii-rs and! ilevcti tli iisatul -ilnrp. with Ja-ks for Senator.We I unit! safr. It has been
>: Holmes votes n i as at once complete tried often
i-' an increased number of pupils.The attempt tlie. high, han-Jed usurpation of t-M,1151i- I i 110' it1ii God bless little in all ot the it ban been Ued in the
parts country
of( J ... ::1 i tutin; citizens to suit Iii \JWII (8Ji ice. iitil tll lay donasaru'e : The vxprd'tion) of Cliatles V, I In Tunis eo I vote was for Milton 30, .Myrick 14-inn- .Florida: !" practice; the m.l8t eminent pLyt<-I1Il.II. and always

1. Northern Elections. of action that the accident ..f birth'should! sistrtlllf five hundred (; > HId 33 in the District.- I with In these
_. f eiui n Spanishvessel ; king My rick's majoiity | tiinmphanl success. offering Pills tothe
American citizen
deprive an of the enjounent of the I I f t'ue i actua'ed
:: '." Ohio has gone, as we expected it would' full immunities and I privileges guaranteed"him by the : and thiity thou -anil IUCMI ; that of(Jus. The vote for House member and on the Removal TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. i alleviate public hnmait propiictor entfering. and.re offer a remedy by adtcire wilMa to

: for the Abolitionists, Fusiouists and FireSailers. Constitution. A mote' unjustifiable idea neiernteredthr : tavus Adolplius to Get lhiahiy of otil) fifteen or question, has not reached us. From the Sjvminah i the reach of all, which is at once n safe and'effectual
lIIiuJ of Georgian.
.. I Amt-iici ttttesmaii. I vnultl
ICilY \ hut
wiy fur and
i'it'jt1;:: Pemisvlvatii.i is not quite so badeI:1hik this bfcuu I bwliere any class of people \\ bereveiborn !1 eighteen thmiMiiid, ; that of JetFuf against: HILLS OROUGHollgress.1uw11 I remedy. :i nios: dangerous difficult class of diJ.en"f'II.

there is piinkling Nebraska Denioiff or whatever their leligioti, lia\'e any rijrht.) us M Candia thousand that of Kionpeitl |t ARRIVAL OF THE USAoTIIE MISSING STEAM-SHIF For sale at all the Stores in
t t ;_:;, as a t Class or roll'iou* delloinit.nl.uu. hi U rmnil nUt- .. I 'hirty men ; 2'23 Brown 119-majority for Maxwell 101 I I Drug Tallahassee, sod
the COn l.cteit.. i. .!1. ,. ... ', ".. .4.. OTIC Sl'SK-TF-IUURI. I4SiI OF I.irx I I at .Agency in every Tuwu iu the &1rtb.
: crats saved aiumig rQ55m" honor, or disliuctiou in the t-iul ijo\eiimient. The ay s -- "O'.f l'II""g a gain; ot 43; sinri last election when I
t I SEW YORK .'. 1 .-The stearmr Union has arrived October 14. 1851. 41 2w
l\Ieo'ltlcy'uf I ,
from Indiana look dC Lbs country never have lIor never will sand that of Chits les XII I Dentn;irk.
The retur-s .
equally as un. such demand.; ; upon his mnjoiity was 61. House Carter 224, from Hnvre blinking intelligence of the awful .

'$ ; pt..ItSltntl but they* are not sufficient as yet tll recognize But Ukiug any the Constitution as ft guide and a rule !' t-t.tty) thousand ; that of Peter the Great I. Crawford 105, bolh Dl'mocrats-Cartt'r's fate of tbo Arctic. On th* 27th ult. she ran into a I COXSU.lI1'TIOY.every body knows is

:r-1! '- iU'teni.i-e folly how much has beei: lost.- of lIe.tiuu. they will maintain the jut rights d all citi- ': upon the Caspi.m; F''H. I twi-t.ty i thou! -:lid nun I 1 19.Valker 210.- tea n piopt-ller and received suds damage that she a fi tt-rir.g "lIt'a'e. It commences and prrgrewe so
,' *}. Zeus, leaving, i-nch t. Upnd! ui>ou hi* 40\\ II nt.riU majority: Register, I immediately coinmeLCed to leak. Her fins were rapidly insiJiioufU that before oue is aware of it, the lungs
t r> rl1LC may all be set down as AbolitionVUtr and I qualification! fir nffioe, (iiui'I uuii'tjt.* :m l h'.nor.- I with t t two liii sal r ed and seventy" !ships ; th? attempted Removal" 323 No Removal" 7. extinguished.vli, .ruj'on her crew arid a I few PitS- I i arc a ma.:1\of iilcfr*. then a sudden exposure ojclange
This I hold to be the true doctrine t sender" took t. her, h ,11t. C.iptaiu Luce. I.is mutes. from hat: to cold produces an iiif.ninnticii hiid in a
\ victories. Who rejoices ? on thi qll( li"lI. descent of I II I wIll' against, ,i I Ireland, I
: If the con:litioiu upMiihich I lie <'plef otl litr PUTNAM. Congress, Maxwell; 123 and a majority nf tlie 1'.1"'St'II.rll. remained, and! con- few days: or wet-k.. it is said he or she died of hasty
pe C"Un
r Pt"t"II) } lvtrtit, the Key Stone of the RI' tri\'d can beionucitizens of the L'nitrd Slal(- .nIJ enjoy : twenty-five thousand men ; th.it of Iii-nnp.nrte Brown 52-majority for Maxwell 71. House. strut-fee n raft SU""III a paiiicoccnreil.: and (jMsseiigen -. CONSUMPTION. For all troubled with cmgh or

H$ } Arch was c.mied by a i cnmtilrte the bencfitj ..1 our flee institutions! be w lonir, that | Kjrypt t. twenty-lhtee I I hiousi tid IOl'lI.'wilh madf. rush for tlir raft. In three minutes aftel UIIL; complaint we would refer to the advertisement
palticJtI1: upon ) Wall the sixth )Inmt left the Arctic tiiik. 0111"n ,
; :;, '. is our fault It was not the furman. the WeKhman., Elijih democrat 100 Kirkland whig out ol r on the outside of this paper of JudsonV Chemical Extract -

.;<*i. i.-. nallJ1! *jvt\een ;J1 the isms of that Common.AboJJtic.isji the Englishman the Irishman, or the IMmdi-r. who, I thirteen chips, f''CI:1t.t'1I: fii:ates, and j 58-Wall's majority 42. Walker, Register, the seventy-two' en the raft escaped. Tlmse in the' of" Cherry and Lunsjwort. which is said to be a
... l..st boat were slvt'll-plcked up by the bark Huron. certain cure for this awful disease. Also Azor" Turkih
: made these conditions. the -
\\l'lI-' Nothingism and They are the work c.f Ainer four, hundred! tr.nnsj.otts ; Angln.Russian; .
4. '
: ieUI"tJllc: u"'lI. They stanii bancii-'iied: 120. "Hem/lvnl. 123. They were traiitfvrred to the rip Stag. f.r New Balm the great remedy for all diseases ol the
\vf--- liigUm. IiJ.ch of tlit e IJM tions concerted Thnnias JelFeison by GeorgeWashington : expedition against Holland: fellt Iv thousand York. The fate of the other five boats j U unknown. hair.
?-< ; r i'i her iIluti iou The remaining County is St. Luck, which Thie sa.rl't're
:: .f. lo-'Cihor in the work of defeating the Demo. fathers of.iir rlpul.1ic.re hi-M out the llui log invitation men ; tl.at of Abercnunbie upon Kgypt principally the Steamer's crew.
O to the 'hilt> of other rii-5 probably elected a Democrat to the House The propeller was irriMtlv damaged. She was full]
)pe coun t-i
: '- and down the Coirthu. come 'ert. thousand that of Lord! "athcait of Their fate U unknown. MARRIED.
cratic patty trending conditions and twenty men ; pas!SMUji-r?
S a accept our biCome A lilt'I i,1\1I t-ilizm*..1 i and given Maxwell a small majority. I
: Out of the! 431 I soul onboard the Arctic. only 32! Married September 19. at Bucbtr's Mills. Cumber
.pT untoward N'r were we slow to implex the woild I fiv tlioiisand I _
the upon the| u'-on C'opriihascn twenty I men ;
f'T : lion, and tbe Socith is taught by peculiar benefits uf our inntiliitiono. Iinlt-cd 1" 'I| are known to baie been aa\ed. Am"nsf those Iu.-l I t'Ian.1' County. Ponnsyhania. by Rev. T. C. P,>rt,r.r .

result that each and all these pnrties stand in i! ted of.>ur !lnnd cof civil and ie1igi..tai! IiI,t\we-.f ''H ui-filial: \\'C.tillgtIlU! npo'i/ Pi.iingnl' fifteen FLORID ELECTION. seen on the steamer were MH. K K. C.llin" (wife sit l r rj| GEORGE. SCOTT. Eq of Tallahassee. Flori la,

> deadly hostility to her dearest interest, for no ',, aylum. .for. .theo,. oppressed- ,.Mln-I ii,1-sery '1IIm'.ue.! vii. i thntisand!, at d ujxiii, Still,' thiirtthiiuind! .
rr. t1 : mm can fail to see that the dl'ft.lt of tin- j..y tim.ib the! high piiMle; lignity:. c.f ''.I.iii"Lipping-f| io\' ninint(G"cIIn'C'IIIII"tlll'l and th* iius- 1! 11 at of! the Eiiglish: 1:1'011111'eq', seventy I I ,1S.S2.I -vvII 1851.Tliese Shipl.v A Brown of Liverpool.) James Muiu-rliead ol f'r H. Burher. Esq.

Democratic is owing so'ely to the fact dictate"(', "i-ience. Thun inv.ti-d. nmnv riiine <>fall :, t tl'UU-IIIHIIII) ) (" ', kit Iv tliou.an, l of \\ ).1. h weie F'etersburir-, and Due De Grutnmoutoflthe. French Em I II I .

patty coin ill I if* and! of all Mrtg <.f pii>r.;*iii; "CII, ian. i II I II I \I (11COUXTIES bassy. I
'tSr,-: i of its fidelity to thfl South and the Constitu! Some have betniih us tince' the days "f the tevolution :I I 1111.1 troops, niultiiity, III ,.tII'lll'lIiIClr* ; that I I 'S J .4 ,._: i OBITU ARY.

(, 'I. (i.:; tion. The Know Nothings contiibuted par I ; some fur half a century; s''ine"for ha'.f: that of tIt/ Engli UI'OIiI.J.ill .:II'" alnmt eight I J I ARRIVAL or THE Err-cr-A-A WEEX'SLATER DATES. I' Died.' at Bel Air. (near TaUh..ue! ) October 13th.

.tr 'Z time. mid others f4. m the G3J year of htr ge. Mr?. ELIZA ANN

r.' *>?r"r \ v-< ticulaily to its over throw, thus showing, too ti. tinted bv lluir! iifluMry IIIhl kill tit the <.Itv4uIiii1.ti tlnius.ntd., Iud UIl1l| Niv Oi.Vati' __ __I I .- I 'e- -. -. .I _: Hn'ifiix" "brin inij \\i-ekV later dales from "llrollll.! I WHITSEK. wife f Cot Ben-amin F. Whitner.Altb"Uili -

I > '' is :t- It. the of our rommon c it I hi\ I tIIOU :III1I ; !that: o S' t the I-'iettb, Algiers assi.sllx.ui I MKKETV-C"tti>ii market at Liverjniol j is stiffer i
clear Icr dispute that t.'wt organization resource < i ii ry. ion :isisted -;- upon ;\\I.n'llI.a. ::H iti:9: : i 16-1 tlae1111 elr"wiub near tlf that trrDl \U
W in it* tlrffiice; otlicm. hae K-lU-dthe fori'-t. atidculilented I ('. ,. I 78, i 8j 165C"luIIILia. \ wilei IIf the week 51 ('Mil La!,'. The chief improve |
the .Sou'hern: 'cdon. TOLL.K-K the IllIIt.th. usallc! i \\1 j 841\ 11:1" been in the!lower irrades. Tlit, !t'IiAtll\'uirlJ out "'f an eurthly: t"utcure l>ey >ixl trbkbU I
meiit f..ll"wil:1
Ji cralIst: the boil, and hate *Id I to the general I 55: 2 'i\ ,\ 846 IiIuval : nn < : .
;'JI'0'- .allti.Nvliinika, Aboli II1. Whig candidate, ,i prosperity of the country, others) liatv ,"h'ullrccll.i !; "Tims. \\ t' H't' t that I all t tL's I expeditions, ; Ii II I 251 3321: 5291 416' 71)iiik I qiMtatioiH: Fair Orleans 6:; Middling i 5} ;Fair declared by an insphed pen. to be but Likt( sod

& 1 commeicial luaiiufiietuiing inining, and mechanical 8. UplulI.1! 6 : 1it.lHII| nSj. \t sorrow ,and although we feel coufidtriit that. U* her.
I 1
.; h the 110- compiling the ums-t -iant: which have': II bI
their candidate and retted : ; iiip( Ii i CatuI 81 *
Flour Ohio 34. Corn 39. Consols.
was I iutcierts of the tiution, and othcis luve adorucd the Jo.IIIIII.i3: ; 250 li i7; 2j I 3t1F'rinlditi. ; death hams been but the gate of entrance upon *n existence -
Know votes of the State. This : pulpit! a.d: the bar. | taken place* 'iiis.t' tiniiueiii'.u ifgutipow-j I f' 132 12il 2..2 I 05. bsrcavriiier.t
Nothing Ill"j I of iineii.linif j joy ; still it is felt a* a sore -
'fr# fact wliieit ffldincftehi-s, the Democracy that ,: They bare ;.!.M>tcd to pry the Lizes and to fight, ] rI.- ill consideiiibly -mt! ; t III.the pnsent'The tihihi-n. I 4191 3SS 43! 1 ThC I FROM THE EAST-BATTLE EXPECTED to: deeply afflicted familyand is sincerelj
I II a
'. I join I batthti: :ud .1..1. \ the KI; > 1'1-.1| vriMiit "llie'hflU! : Jt'rn"lo.: I ItJ61( 61t24,;' I 'ill I 1731 ; MenrhikofF intercepted the allies in their march towards
i i. not thus. made with there only one in, J tact 1 wl.ich \\is ever I I : 25 5I ., lamented bj a wide circle of frienJs, who mourn isr
: -b. that secret and dangerous organization I pc-e'I'I' t.; vtolateil by the JMerof -\"- I I IlIillc..r"I 1 M1115'J I \ I 1331 1 Hil: 1 I Su\it!t [wMi]. A bottle issupposed tohave been

'-J us' for them ought to warn 8outlnrn Whigs that !" a secict and insidious combination that ovenid, i plumed on a gie.it-: -r-le '5 liS i that nf Napoi !I h. 1 St.'\ I 2s11! 2ztl: :i2Ji 7 t f iil.t C'III'r nlmnt the 20lh September, intelligence of loss, and will ever cLtri.-h a fond recollection of her

I the Constitution{ Shall the faith of our father' ai leon it"im.t I: in i 1Iullnl.. I : 112 I 61. 119111, I IJII'n the result of whirh was hourly expected at the time of \irtues.ilrs. .
i !
Iu& they have nothing in common with .such an 'lighted in ti.;* gr'utillolru/II'nt. be thus diVrcg.irded! I I Kcglai.d, h,11 icp ialion> II218' :-t 613ii 4H. 1 :SlfTerss.ii ',. the calling t.r tin- steamer. I WHITSKI endowed in an extraordinary

: ,' !light minded men of all pAHies ruUtU'I"I'/ulll"-! were made fn tin uw ing :r hum! vdunl fifty Ii 25 &\lI: 364 I2! M 4L was
oci:1lion.'c that _
are glad ,
q I Xo cnch immorality and, piliticiil un>ng should be .' I : c5l 3321 42-i 335 6 745 ARRIVALOFTHEBALTI degree with warm affectionsa kind and generous nature
4 of.tho Southern'hig papers are speaking ,, peiirtte. to tamibh the .ime of: A nici l'U. From the I thllusIIHIj"I'illil.t.,1! | \ tftan>> up,m Ei.l.s| nil!, ;, Lt-n'. .I 321: 43' 69 42 105 and a cheerful temper. and successfully devoted

'., out, and in the right ppiiit, too. The Flag long '"I'IlIl days of the Revolution there is a rciiiiIzicehice \1) means of thtt-e thousautl pinnaces. protcei I Maii., .".. i I 254 319 437 349, 657 i 63 A Great B,1lle-7'.e R"'IIa7l. hove Sufferxl a Trr herself to the happiness of her family, U promote
: 661
t.:1t fl'eaji8 'ill el I
.. 4j; proposed i tc I'JixlJ llij's.f.tllC.lilTI.ut. howev Dfrut ClJllon-J/o'r.y which, she deemed the most assiduous efforts DO ,
of the
(f the Unwn, the central whig organ I t'rr .". r"m the shades; .if Mount \Vinon from I Marion I 253 2441 256 196! 435 k-l Firmer.
i;:, IJ f yette. fiom the heights where cr is not entitled to be into 2; and the entire postponi ment of self no sacrifice. The
a. of "Hissi-sippi emphatically the grate oi Motit.gIrrierv I brought comparison Orange. I 651
Whigs ,
: says YORK. O-t. 16.
s felt {r. "" tile ursi' IJ1uocly fieldi where PulKs I Nitsau. I 67 t 70 22 67PutllUnJ. same qualities cliarxcterized her intercourse in all the
in trhHi) these wolves in cloth. their 1 live inasmuch as the expedi'ion itself never 11\\ The Baltic hns Arri'ed.'ith four days later intelli and the he.trts
: TlieTfiiks sheep's ki and"De Kalb e.'lvt UP } there coms up a I I 6111 I \ 123 lations of life, won and admiratioo
.ifk i. .'- ing" arc so Justrioutl. engaged arc being made: solemn remo'istruncv* ag.iin-t this propose.! wronij. took place. Rut the supeiiority of this ex. St. J'hns. I 193 20A 94 4 genre than that brought by the Enrupa, having left ,numerous friends. Her influence spread an air of
nunifrst murders, rexelli'g. druukenneFS, 1 nor *"It' weakest rcntiioent' I 167 188 Liverpool on the 4th of October.
are of Santa
; ; they ]41'1 \"ullll1"t thu Rosa 161I
r say peditiou i is not more decided in of I had gladness over the society m which she moved and
11 ud sueb M le. They are IrrU'IUU.11.. they I: it. for the mere matter <'f(ottie.. to this chi-sof citizens numbers I St. Lucie I 1 ii P The Dn'lir reports tbar telegraphic despatches
p: orv \iolMli\f ..f the charter nf our lit/ rtie", ILe Con j I The viiltieof office to Ihei.' PS ,>f mnall 'iinK-rtanctj| ; I than in the chatai-ter: of the troops, and Sumpter. I I I 18 481 127 been received in F.1I 1/1nl.! Rta'insr that a great rwtttli'! every one who partook of her ready and cordial hospitality

54.hUUit$ .f the Unitwl! State. 'WI)icli sujs that "Cvti- !i but it in the deep) di iotinr t.'ln gllt'l R *i i.I'I.t l measui t1l. effectiveness of the material. Walton I 111 1111 132 171 2 5Wakulla. had: hern foitjlit in the Crimon. between the allies will ever asoch.te'cjth her memory the idea
I The Czar
b'1't'rId feliull male% ni IU\\M rt-fjicctin: HII "itatJhibncmIt| e would Inflirt upon our coi.'!'ry, thai indue. in. very ,161 16-1' 169l 13-ti \I 197 the Rnirtii force*. h which the arm "f the ', of .ill that ten !ic-re H home I.appy. Her feelings mo
t VP .f Teli'4t.{ ur pri.ibi'iig the I free 'xcrcse!! tlu-reof;" ]I I.I L thus to t-prnk. It \f" 11cl..ut lie tie '10?." of civil pt.t! ,. tl-iwer' of the best armies in the world aremoving Washington, 124 l"n'l annihilated The I I.** m the p-irt of the Uns-
II 8211 those of the afflicted
but thebc NtuiU would I f.'II.ur"Jt' the {rrnclci upon Sebastnpol, they arc vi. I tL I funk ten .f the eiernv'ssldps and her benevvlcnce supp'Mi a
I. murder their fellow citizens, ntnl hunt up tlu-ir) placesofwoitJiip I would Le the liumiliiition' nf bom del "' l ld! ns a pr 4590 4568 I allies lit HI.llon(> men. They as of puwperous
hlnmld they be sotit use in mind iiot to elaw, of wh-.m it tlmiild. IMmid.. i hoc III'' "<>t Jo I be d-d f \ itll i've'y means of attack which militajry ) | "'f war and captured 1.000 ( < n.pol SO\/llIt i mother' watchful cat e and! tenderness tc manj an*-
T show the following res-ilt : in flare. {c'"c-I.i'l..tf.. with the butteredrrmnin
to sulwciibe to the doctrines of ltcr'unnti Ixttisimt trusted l with civil '!:('. This i* the idea tluu wou.'J I ait I can invent or money kupply. Again figures was t'> surrender.The plum some of wlx.tn still reumiik, to bless her nwnioiy-
f the! ll'HJ n rlllI1'S_
) nl..luur! *
I be misunderstood ; our caily teachings wound their and excite their indignation. 'I For Maxwell 5.GU4
.t most piide Lyle' attack Liverj-hl Cotton inttrket*h.ows aniulxnncc "Ck. F -r 27 \ ears sli hint been a member of the Presbyterian
Jtf nature oonvictimi, bra rn test int, but we are no lit There are arn..ngt them th.*e who.) in the want ot a i upon Sebastopol will be more for. tC Brown 4,579

ul; und the libel ties and prh'ikK"8 which we enjoy.j full appreciation of our institutions and cuctoms so I nridaMe) than uny which ever preceded l it,, I Sales of Ohio.three 34.d""vs.Corn.39.38.000 bales.Ciius.ds.Canal 96}Flour.. 31 Church, and fur a still fc.roat.rr number she exhibited
We doubt much the p shillings;
titliers. +
\re freely extend U> pu- deport \ .1vt'1l ns to givii rea"on for a Christian cluiacter in her ..xernpiarydpirtitient.
I lily 4.f tlal man's religion who would fire hi* neigh-: But thece facts afford) no sufficient trround cIIlI1plilint'-1 by \ il tl'C of the fact that it \\n bring into Majority thus far, 1,045 I iler piety was humble and sincere a

*$ I.. W's dwelliug because be happened tAt be H Roman tlie institutions of the country. It i is oimply cowardly requisition ."jn-cisely that: branch, nf military Tho only county to be heard from is St. Rescue of CaptLuce and Others- though from innnte modesty and delicacy, it wss oa-
; Catholic; and we mof b douU) the utility of the press to acknowledge da- ger from such H source HIM! the I :NEW YoRK.'Oct 15. \ obtrusive, still she was active anti prompt ia thil <**
.4%? called Clerical.". whose darling object seems to be avowal of it i is a JKXU complioK-nt to the strength ot afl''iisv! i-n-iii tho greatest improvements Lueie, where !Maxwell will have n majority dipt. Luce seven paenger nnd five more ot the charge of every duty.Ms.Wurrza .

to arouse religious feuds, and \ irtually i 'ncouragefcinnK our government h ive recently )been made." of 5 or 6 His majority in tho State is ONE crt'w"f the Airtic- were rescued fr.'m n raft by the Wits the daughter of the I'** *?'pt5;
? .itics in tb e Christian Church. While we ad I repeal that I am opposed to alf! oath lx>un.l rv>cie- ship Cambridge and! lukiu u to> Qi:.I ('. Ore hundred \ James Spinn. of EdgtiwM Distri-t. South C"0 1**
: mire and adhere to the principles of the gallant old tics or bS Whig; party we fed that its fair escutclteon would be all obligations which embaira the free excrci of the &::iA r"pmt l hJ the steamer America The'ote on the removal 01! the Capital :s caved. removed i is f.ui.ily lo Ft"iUa. nhich has sitkaitt.

r-1; soiUid by fen affiliation or sympathy with a secret elective franchise ; or thnt nmy be calculated to pre. says that th.Italian: Pat t ii,?, Mrzzini, had been [SECOND DESPATCH.] h<>me. For the last two sears. ilrs-Wsnfl"*
dark aud midnight cabal which refuses to bave its judice the sanctity ofthft jury box. I deprecate as as follows : I bored under the dsca.! which proved fstsL*nd'
y$1 arrebttd nt Halse, :witZl'tlIfJton, I \ the 7th Frederick is .ved with, Luce M.C.'llmt' .*.
I principles tested by enlightened public opinion. most mischievous tl>ose political tenets which in their No Removal," 4532 May Captain at times was attended with severe suffering. DW"

4 The Lite election result in the free States, illiberal and intolerant spirit would go behind the ult Ho was mining from Rerne whete he 43-20 I family are nil loft Captain L. hopes many it, u* tlm-uich the while course of br Ii'..ibis"J02r
r4 swaddling clothe of the infaut. and pry into the conscieuces Removal others have been picked up. It is DOW believed that I ed more solicitude for th. comfort of ctb n "
by which the ana-Slavery fanaticism has of meu to fix the test for civil office. 1 had spent tome da\n. s in t'.e' house of a'''Patri 144 have been saved. own. and more anxiety to avoid imposing cart

been alarmingly strengthened, and that, too, Has it over occurred t: those whi.'have tllolllllllf'lAly cian', to whom IIP ct.tClilwrll.illllt.lc. \g nu I. thus far 212 [THIRD DISPATCH.] trouble "n her family und friends, than to pn'CW''it1|{
espoused this new doctrine that the piactical apjtlicu- Majority, A letter from Cnp'ain Luce fully sustains the version leviati it of her own suffering. This six *** r
; the aid of the Know Nothings lalian C. omit, gieatly attached tn Austria and **"
mainly through lion of it muht lie met at the very Ihrt.II"t.I by insurmountable Th Counties whose vote ha not yet 1). en of the others. He blames the firemen and crew pious subnnwioa as the infl'ictiori of her HeVtuul
i ought to unite the South as one man difficulties. Is I Us attempt to I'Xt'ltc.eliII' i dwcn ill tnh\\itziilatidby i I the fear, of the Choi.CM for seizing the b aU in spite of all efforts ti' prevent ther. for acceptance with whom she bomb ""'
of class of professing Chri&tiuus against another, : u inrrcexpedient I Trie t-lntv irnet that, the" nollre; 1 had received t I'is qnes i ia'ii, arc Ouirge! and St. llu-tn. The ship sunk at quarter t.' five. P. M., with the mediation and atc'neumentof her ThvineE* *
; against the introduction among us any of wily politicians accoinplir-li.-" their own H. Lurie in the_ Eat, and H.lmes mid Walton whieh b* went ilowiu After considerable! struggling' II-ivini', by a well spent life on earth, ardId 6*|?$

t uch .secret, dark and midnight cabal." selfii-b ends or M it intended as a great rtulii-nl l change : ituciiirird hi. iffcideiicc, nud weie I ptt>|>aring in- the West.: If these Counlies have Vlltl"I, he P>. l. the surfrtcc. but wns carriml shown A second! tiful illustration of the Divine declarationthat! 1 101'

i iu the nutitutiouB (if our country t If the latter be to fcppithend him, when I.e nbsconded nud I II time. He uwe again munch exnaiwleiJ.aml siiceeedeil. the luiniment; of time law, sue nas pass u my' ,.
4. 1 the real idea it will be percci\ed that the first step the vote of the two in the West has probably with eleven other m getting on the heel I OUM>.- we rrow. hut not u those without hope. .**'flOe
Important Deciiion- 1 mutt be A unity of Church and State. How *lsr can I left Daile, under a false name. and St. Luciej A 11,r'i m of the wheel house" struck his I"n on the has left evidence that she wa going to*mansion
s me
Some time back, three person arrested a these ow dogma be reduced to practice I Their advocates I overbalanced Orango head killing him instantly. Tlie scene he describes as inude with hands, eternal lathe Heaven

r. ) of imtfet get posesfi d; V fugitive! 'e Slave In Illinois on n power :tttorL change the fuudamenUl 1.\\.. of the land and I II Removal of women and children shrieking in wild di m.iv._
aid aggbg.
of Pliuc Albert hug will total
ugainst Rope
nt length, mnjoiity
give H
'ff I b the owner. Thi-y wenutter' : then bring the j)nwer of the govcrnmeut to bear CHI (pc-rewulor Many susfaiuad themselves on piece of I the wreck.Oftlw .
L 1t'Y! given% )) I I icatter* of religious belief and church organisation ; been released from his fouttct-n years Cupl\'. soni" 500 votes. The question 'U settled at eleven on the wheel hons with himMlf. !. COILS No. 1 Hop*,

wards iu3icte l by the Grand Jury at Chic J und when "ne treiiorniimU.ii wf I'rflrfPlng Chriotiniw the UiUUh i mnd house condition rate. Tallahassee i il to I be, by the deci- but three died during two day. Tw" vessels hove 150Oct. 1uopslimUaBaggia ,'.
in on
of kidnapping, but wore dis- shall bnve been punished into purity: according to abet ity any in sight but. in e-msequence of the thick tog WM pee 200 lb Bag1a, Tw
jro-yn! It rliarge: notion of this new pwer then another, the most that be shall immediately quit England and iou of the people, the porm&aetu seat of Government rented from discovering the suffurers. I'be ship

fh e4 by the! Cb'ff' Jm.ti!9f 9f the Ujr9rae I Hdlni correction would be taken up nod BO on until set t bet ih.a Uq a of Florida O&mbridr was fioallj hailed sd too do.w1a.ta &fI I .11,1354. M
1110 upon
i1 d..U ic14 1 W, 4e t 9 aoyor .
.t 2 4.tt en hcbcai terjw*, Th CKIo gA I1-,:$n rautI. .

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Croetl'le HEIR & RUST. --0 T' Cabinet' Furniture.TM1E -- -'-Claiisloal -School for Boyg.TJIE NEW GOODS I Notice.t. -' Ili if 1i1 I
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mIJlln. from New Toik. .
I Ptn: BArqOf'RO A.ITh U.(' Jftva Odfee.DI Come and look a/ our Sock! before/ you pur. e .' m. exercises io the SWwol of the subscriber will I THK subacrilers are DOW reeviving.thetr Fall and J I I [ months after ttste. I sh>fl vmiitt final Msoont .I .

IJAr fn. 1 S1) hasc thetchere. We are nutr rercir ng -- : IT' iwuraeJ on M.- ,y tIt Zoth i.f October.v stock <>f Goods.consisting of almost every |II I SIX voucbws to t W Jadf* "" lo fi.ii11 :

.Ad"mantIDd CanJ1C11 w i.., E.'STON EPPES. I rticle needed in Dry Goud Hardware, Grocery, 4 Vonty. FloriiU.; .tM<4i.k appIk-atW. (>rl .wy 4* ))
10 Sardine, from New York a Gcncral Assortment Subscriber is Manufacturer and Receiving. .. (f 40 .Boot Shoe and Crockery l line all of whfeh they will (:l.rge a* AJbshtn1rizvfhstgs W.Stawflejr, ME*. 34 ;
W JL and will keep eonstntitlv on baiid. a gd| assort- I tell at fair prices. G. A J.MEQINNISS. tt'
of Goods suitable Just e'fJ'ff.1'yd.-A.E
IoIstcre. your Received -t"n
IV nent CABINET FURNITURE c*luting iu part S4pL3O, 1854. M .f" UW. Administratrix t.:: ,$_Y. ; I
< Tiere 1tioe.l.Ixt tforifj consisting in part >t the following Articles: ROO: PAIRS "( well made and heavy Ruiuet Octobsr141$44.i-.sj 41 .; I J'I'
wwrtd Catxly Ip II4a
BROOA5 pi. ,
Wood ,
DRESSING BUREAUS Rose Mahogany from th. Madison County Fac Dry000ds.
lU" Tobacco, of the following arti md W lnut. with Marble Slabs. tory. Planters am HIT ited to taj and .xamiDC. ._. Ii.- t ;

# zD Demi .Lr1ll elcs-viz : PLAIN BUREAUS. Mahogany. Walnut and Bay. HOPKINS ci KEGt NlSS. JUST received. Blanket. Ker eys. Osnnburgs. *". .._ _: 1'r, .t t 1IIII. .
and JO Jeans Tweeds FhinmU. ,- ... law I .
Irua L' nd 5 gallon Kegs, SIDE-BOARDS Mahogany, Walnut and )5) r 7, 18" Kentucky f vr .s' j'I:
p'J Barrel Crushed Sugar, DRY GOODS) DRY GOODS) ; with and without Marble Slabs Bay. '.' at 40_ Lin"-\'*. Eiwlii4i Loop CU.th New York fat. ._I_) .bl\1't"dpiiM T1. bthOatvfledrmrt .tl ,
10 ..4Da2IIIdhI (;Mflii5AtVWi tW $ ertflhn'4,4P4i?.tfl. .t
... lESTRE TABLES. Rose Wood and Flour. Long Cluth. Brown and Bleached DTiWH., i.4 .
I, 100 peiees Georgia Kerj-nnny! ot' er articles too Mahogany GL.ni Suspenders. Merino Shirt. : '"Ho ng tlvVri1d land or so moth thereof as wiU $ 'i 't
Ba.ith Marble SIIlbR.DINISOTAnLF.s.olatlloc""Rny.
s ""'". seys and Phiins. '-nunierouii to mcutioa : Walnut and JUST received from New Orleans Merino Drawers, Mtnno T Hose, Co*ton i Hose. ,nv. the Staty and.count Ux due thereon for tM yaf "I.t-. .
10 500 i i24prUeJ Bay. I 1e or wur ; ..
-ALSO- Nl'ler. Blutikets ; -ALSO- I I4.nJ the expenses UK-kJent thereto towit: Tb. : _
WORK TA IJLES. Mal Walnut aud Ba'. t-l "
Almonds doFANCYGOODS.\: >ogauy. Sugar, Printed and plain all Wool De Lainei :North half of the Xorlhwrst quarter of"etii n twetity.n 'ft:id: ;

1mDV'1 Teii. Walnuts Bleach'd d: Brown Shirt! Mahogany Quartette Stands."DresMug Stands, Toi- Sugar Cured Barns Thibbet Cloths. Barege de Lame. Calicoes. i ..\."lp! ..,.. N.-rth. Range-seven East purpirtuigto i I.I;!

0313oua Capers, inys and Sbeftinps. :!j/xirftff Dress Goods :lei Stand Looking Glasses, S..fa, T t'I-ele! 'uotStoll HOPKINS A MEOINNISS. Ginghams Priuted Flannels BUck Silk. te_ &e.I I belong to John Patterson. ; : 4
I 1\ac\ Oliven.Sftbvratm. 4Lin7Cs8 1liu anti V ironsiftinjT: in part of-i : Mahogany Rocking Chairs. Walnut and Maple October 7. *SS{. 3t 40 For sale by O.& J. MEGINN 155. ROBERT McKINNT. I'
Cane buck d' .. Cane cent iind Wood do.
8ulllrtI Syrop. 1 ; Mahogany Sept. 30, 1854. 8t 39Embroideries Tax Assessor and Collector for Madison County. ).fo I Iktoberl4.1854.
; Pt4ClK'l : W IIrdrl.Lt-I. and do. Rotse W md Hopkins & Meginniss tj
Flannells of all qualities.:; Plaid. Watered and Gro.Freiicb. Cherry Poplar ; ( 601 41 :
and, Ground Ginger, Wash Stands with Marble Slabs, J.. Walnut .
J Cirt'Mat'$ English and Amer:J De Rhine Silk. Mahogany reccivisg from New York their usual supply &c.JUSTrecei.ed .
) Herrings, ioan Calicoes. jBhick: do do flO' Bay and Poplar do.; Mabo iny B-x-k Cases.Waluut Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, hardware from New Bagging and Rope. 7" ;t
lilfarbed and Col Ci and Bay do.; Mah<>gan\ high p. st Bedsteads.Maliogimy (Glas. W'lOdenv York .
Brown Crockery and
: Poplins
jaii ; ape i arc. Boots. Ladies and HOPE furnish. to & ,
regular cus
BERRY it'ROWLES. Handkerchiefs .
ored Hose, :Printed Dehuues, Fiench do.. Walnut Cottage do..Bay, Cherry ,Gent's and Children's Shoes. Kirseys. Osnaburgs Blan. 5. BAGGING nnv uunntity. D. LADD. II .
tU M. 42 .. .' half}lintel: W and Poplar. high find low post do; Mahogany kets with Collars. :4t4:
Plaid together
.ol and
; Persian nearly every article for Plantatiou N.PuftSleeve, ewpc..t. S<'ptemi>er 2. 1864. 2ft '\
,JJJg Aew Orleans, per Tlslt r.ri I I I Fnrnittiie and apron checks:; Delaine I Parlor Chairs Cane and Rush Cottage do. Office do. and Family use. HOPKINS A MEGINNISS. Cambric and Swus -

1 ftELs Superfine Flour D'ltuestic[ilHids nnd stripes,!Pliiin Plaid nod Colored Cane Wood scat Seat Ding do.do.; Mahogany. Children do.Veneering Common, Hair Cane Cloth nnd Ovti>ber7, 1854. st 49 Dottetl Veils, Black Flouncing.Crape Collars Sugar mil Rollers and Gli Sff ateits. .I: }:

80 Extra Family 10 piect'li'uec Tw'!, ; Cassimeres I. and Wire Cloth. Mantillas Black English} Crape, Stamped Band. for sizes Sugar Mill Rollers constantly on band .* a.:
*' : Cloaks and Talmas. FOUR
lu" Collars ,
ri Ibm hides. Ky.Jejins.iCHjieN: and Hdkfs i All! of which will be sold low for Cash. Furniture Embroidering. 14 aud 16 inch. Also 8, and 10 foot ,:6. .
| plain Hnms Black::1IIJ FIII"y Cacsiinere..Bluck, : and White Silk bo e j repaired at short notice. OEO. DAMON THE subscribers receiving from the well known French Embroidering Cotton, Patent Linen. Wheel Segments. M. H. POND A CO. : .

t 4 tiercel Sugar Cured hams, Black and culured worsted; tutu Gloven. October 21, 1854. llw 42 fashionable manufactory of Geo.Brodie A Co, -ALSO- Newport, September 2. 884. 85 J'Jj
r. Shawls :Black, White and Colored ---- a complete and well selected assortment of the above An assortment of Swiss Mull and Nainsook
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1'4" Lard. Plaid Hdkfs. of all prices.)] Kid Gloves. I stylish. Goods;aud for sale byHOPKINS MiiJ-liii COFFIN & PRINGLE, I. : f'
4 New Goods.
41 Lard OIL 2al. Pillow cute and LinenUl;; Silk Mitts and La.I A MEGINNISS. Silk and Cotton Ilhw'.n, tc_ &e.. for sole bvG. ,
j : Whi Sheeting : clies Buck. Gloves. I vg T HAVE just received my Fall and Winter October ?, 1854. 3t 40 & J. MEGINNISS. P'4.aurIL: .: : f

I :0 BMs' Dixter'sI kt"j Plaid and Plain Muslin orEt4iugtl; aud In-c.rtinge. jW JL supply of Cloths, Cjsiiniereft Veerings, Ac, - September 30. 864. 39 CHARLESTON S. C. .

:.. Hhd- Ciioiee Sugar- all qualities together \tvith'Mflntillas! tc, :. I I of every color style, and quality, which I am New GoodS! \cw Goods I A NY conMcnnTvtit of LONG,anti SHORT ST A. ( .) ,

1 Id beat jinniek Spanishrsrrtlt Sf" IIM1. prepared to make up in the m. st fashionable style on 'Dvroy d WHITAKER are receiving, brig Bonnets, &c. _i1_ PLE COTlON.niHlMher Produce, will meet I. : :..

by BERRY & ROWLES. Boots and Shoes. I eboit notice. und reasonable terms. I) E. Remington. n general assortment of Goods per ,ii JUST received from New York our Fall supply of with their t heist & '. t'l1. Referenve can l be had of tj ;

42tl -ALSO- Fall and Winter styles viz: *, Ribbon Ac consisting of jAKts N. LIPSCOJIB Madison County or R. .OCKS. : : .
:1.! I8Z1. :
-, Octuloel fit.ATEN'S IVI B'ys.and Y outt... Rus-e1t Biognns." I A LARliK AM) WiiL: SELECTED: STOCK OK Black French Doeskin, Irish LinM1 English Embroidered and PJair. Straw Bonnets Q Ul.. Fla.September. .f"f''.'r,.
: Calf
Kip I French Cassioieres French Lac Bonnets 80, 1. 89 .
Fey Bl'chd 4m
AND and Br'n i
I i"i :
1 ..Gent's Calf Sew'd nnd Peg'd Boots. | Tweeds Queen's Braid Bonnets _
I. Men's Kip Ped'd Boots tight mill heavy, Consisting tlf.ry garment suitable for winter wear, Fancy Damask Skirting, :
MissesRuffled 400 Boxes
STORE. Kentucky Jeans, Assorted onneb. Mannfactnre Tobacco onConsignment. :, .
PROVISION ,'OUICU' Kip 1 l''J B.s't.-te such as Clonks. Talinus.' Contn. Vcst Pants, Ac, Athich ., Flannels Pedal ,
Plaid Un' Fancy Edged ,
.. eys Carolina Stnpes, '
44 llu kiIiB. \\ will tlUjmt-ed nf at low prices. 4J '
Black .'
KNIGHT baving re'ired' from business .' Mmoccn and Calf Bin-kin" and Bootees Also a larire lot of Plain and Fancy Shirts Collars, Printed, Flannels Mariners do Bonnets nibscriber has jj
; MP.S.S. Opera do Bonnet Ribbon. Florence and Marseilline Silks xes Virginia afsnofac- .:f'
and of his entire stuck in Carolina THE
city deposed Undershirt Cravat Stork & '_ Ac.Those Plaid.
Lndios Kid Ties Buskin* and Gaiters Hosiery. Artificial Tobacco of assorted .
Blue Denims Canton Flowers Ruches. qualities pot op with I:t1t .r
ersigned, we great pleasure in Flannel
ttttU tti the uui out fit will consult ,
tliiuoiigh their
With a good assoi tmeut ofilisbes and Children desiring n Drills' Burl Straw Heading and Trimming. more care than last Season's lot. and better adapted .II' .
ourselves candidates for the favorable Blanket :
presenting as j!I Shoes. own interests b\. Airing' me u call. OB all the above! Calicoes; Blue. Oil Silk, Bonnet Wire, of the public piiendlHS veildors Fancy Red A Gr'n Blank'ts
Bulk and patronage articles have 'been selerted with irieut care, and witha .
Prints. G. 4 .T. MEG1NNISS. chants and Traders ; also on time, to grind _
Engh-th l Ne-rro : .
of CHOICE J special view to their adaptation' to tllillllllr1a.t.JOH .
GROCERIES II' .he Old S'11"1 'f Hats and Caps. Printed, 'Velvets. White, Geonria Kerse _September 30, 1854. 39 8t DAJTL. 4r .i .
PRATORIUS.October ) .
II tit H'.sitry. Newport. Sepfen ber 23. 18 4. 38 :.
fir. KuJgbl. consisting iu jwrtPJ tbe followiug.TLOtYE. 21. 1854. 42 Assorted Georgia PJaius, Sundries. i ', i
Heavy naburg, e" .
wit: .
Vi nnd FII I'd MoWkin ----- ----- ---- ---- -- '
Bacon 513e Hams and Shoulders MessjgfaTickled ENTS.. Boy's Hat, 44 Merino Shirts, RIO and Java Coffee. Friends of Education, .4 ;

Beef Lard! Sugar Cured Hams in can \Jf Diah Beavrr Hats, I White & Slusser, 'a Draws, l'o vdeied and Clarified Sugar, Annual Session of the Madison Female S mv- .11 .
4. ke ,
Wide S'-nl and "
oafcva and Ri. Coffee, Powdered, Crut>bed. Loaf .11. N"wadaty'I Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Cnpprr Napkin". Towels, Sperm mid Star Candles THE commencsd on Monday the 11 1 th ins t I ,,". /I
H t .f nil!
duiM 1 and Bro"'n Sugars. Black and Green Te.ae.rVppr Spotting > ( qnidities. Scotch Disper. Maccurom. Chceolate.Superior After -b * I I mu ex nse. fatigue and .
12 d-z. MenV' Blle''k: i.nd. Col'd Wl Hats Tin, Sht-el Iron Bri'tuniii 4' Jtijiane.lWare.'Cooking I ( trouble we bare ,fm. I I.;
( S.pioti' LbtI4U kitts: Spt.'f"UI.Sl\r! 111..1 l Adainunboe iitls'. Iliad Infnnts : I All offered nt the lowest prices for cash or approv- HYIII'n and Imperial Tea, succeeded in procuring !tlie services of two aecotn- ; s
CundW Snap. Catsups .f all I kinda. Pepj''r nudTVoree I Boy's SjH-riing IIIIil'II' % e'tl credit at the Store one door north of Messrs. Hodeki Black Ten Fl..rida Arrow Root plibhed and experienced ladie,Misses WATXCMAV and .-J .. I
Cloth of 1 si/e I.D.I
>l r Sauce. Caper, Pirlled Ovtter, Sandine I IMIattLl Cup n ptires. 1'nrlor iiiitl IVood Sieves, -. A Scott. No. 1 Brown Son]).Starch W A3UIAC. and a most excellent Pianist. ilr. J. B. iJ<.$
and Iiila'ts and t
Soda. Preserves of all }n iids. Chocolate, j 3.y'lutL' rereited all trimmed nnd in complete Oct. ", 1854. 40 Fresh Currants. Citron Ricxcar of Germany, who are now at their posts.'j ,

fr(ih and Gosheu Butter Che *e. ;taid Vinegar t I .r rUST of tlie bitestiiuproved patterns and fur Butter Crocker. Yeast Powders, With this additional force, and I die effieient; aid tf Mrs f'i .

Ri r, sad io* fact atiytbln! uud evctL3i.g UbuallykTL Crockery, Class and Stone Ware. ;, .. ..'ale at rednewl jirices.nnd will dvfy competition. Steam Communication with Buck and Drop Shot OSELEY.we think we tail safely pnnnise entire sat f it!

in i the eating line. for neatness, dumt.i1ltlId ser k'e.IItlsC Well Buckets Ufaction to all our pntnWML It M nselew and unpatriotic .. i1 :J I-; .
-ALSO- 4 E VERY / 1 tide usuaflykcpt in this liur. I NEW ORLEANS. Toilet Soap in bars Yankee Sonp. (or Citizens nt Florida to etui! their daughters -j! i

Fort Madeira and Claret Wine. WLlskey, Toli.wxi I I Work.Rotfin Painted and Cedar Tube and Buckets tootlter States t,be edueated,afterdteestaUiahment of .,! ,

Bagging, R"pe Twin1 SegHrs. tc, all .I'( \\bu-bwe I Saddlery. t I Ornamental Heads for Gutters. Guttering. Rough and Ready Tobacco. Fi : Toliacco such a School.tini nit"e'ii.by; one who was lx>rn. raised U f .J.-1Jir .

'!(f f..or sale titber, whnWali.* or retail IKI lul reaeonitble j )'j Tin conducting Pipe, Sheet Zinc, Sheet Lead Lead Cologne. Lnbin's Extracts. Oriental Drops, and educated m the South; whoM permanently located .j'f"

jc lertns for Oath or C'ly ticctp'anct us any other ; C ADDL S. Bridloc. MartinpaUs. rwirlhs.t .,i Pipe Cisti'in Pump Shop Wi-tk of every description Steamship, PAMPERO will flue Fresh Candies,just received by in the Sure.and "hutte interest t"insvparBbly linked 1,: ,
; OSurciiifles. Spurs. Colbns Ilnnn Carjiet1ag4. don1 "ith. .ioatnes nnd decpitch 1"UE regularly G. & J. MEOIX ISS. 'witli ". ..
lierfutnre tt b
IwUlt in the city. I uing "'i on between St.Marks and New Or- destiny; als5infi<7jrQ at ererygmid i 2
Vj.liMHiiilb- Bitt s. Stinnj, ln-im, jind LeutbukoStriuj J I' City and CotintrMerrhnnts will find it to their' advantage September 3fl. 1854. 39 4i
Fuiticiilar, aud pnwnpt attention will jil nil times he I l I.alll' Mrni monthly, tourhiiiir nt Apulacliiooln and! Pt.o1 ettizen owes tu-imnseland.his neighbor lend I

'I paid tu tliexeiutiug .f .r ev* for Family applies i j,,4-IS, ; Leather Calf Skins, &c. d(. I, to give thorn call before purchasing elehere. (" n: leaving St. Marka on her first trip aU.ut tbe- Hats, Caps, Boots Shoes, &c. a helping band to the noble and praiseworthv efforts ,! .' :.

We liavej>eiffCJedac\. I
enAble to U and dei-ir-iMe I: jy N. B. All our andes tore niar.nfaetureil fr im The is received a grind ft *<>rtneDt of Hats Caps You can have a Cireular.bv addremne .. .
us puicltase >ejie"e>t I..t Bonnets. Pampero a regular lira Sfeimtr, with splen JUST ;: .
goods, and At the sunie tiox- to keep up our slock by I .i the very l host inateri nnd wniTdiited durable-no did,I state..octtn nccommoilutioiis, for aLto Sbnes.'Uc. consisting' ( JAMES L MOSELEY. A. M, t ,. 4MLDISOJ .
I i!other will bp .fi. red f-r sale pasiengers ; Fashionable Moleskin Hats 'Pii !
Wreaths and inGroceries. : .
eoristaut additions of New Ge..lfI tilm N Awortmontf ;, .
by <*te\ery VIEs ample space :rrr freight.The C.H.Tla. : J !' J
l (ruin New York" and New Oi rlt' ll. J 2 A side fljwert. dc. )I October 21 1854 42 Steamer .,will run in connection with 5' Cloth Cap September 23. 1854. *7 "

t We ask the furor of nn (.xuniinutionof our Stock I the Pampero from St. arks.Lt At'yVeat Boys and Youth's Cloth Caps 1oJ;.tt. I
j Notice. touching Glazed Caps.Planters 700 Acres first rate Land for Sale. ;
i*fur purcb&siug eltwhere. at Cedtr Key and Tampa. Fur further .
!I particulars
J. P. BRACEWELL 4 CO. I | days inquire of D. LADD. soft fur Hats HPH E Subscriber offers for sale hi. Plantation l-OC I.{
; I after date I will apply to the Hon Newport Fla .
mid Lnguira .C..ff<-. OM Government JII\"a.1 I I,I THIRTY of Probate of Madison f leave October, 1854. 40 Fine calf Riot and Shoes. -L ten and a half miles north of Tallahassee) rlIert .',: ..

.:. The intaenber tales ;pleasure in &\"flil'l 1lim.1. RIO"nf. Brown and Crui-lied Sugar, Imperial ,nd ;i ell the interest of the Estate of ReWca County l Charles to in - -- --- - Lathes Kid.l Slipper, tic and Walking .shoes are in tile tract seven hundred acres of as god land t

ftlf<>f this <>ecai'in. tn tetoni (fi rii. ni.et gmtetnl: llmiike j; Gion P..".der Tea. Gotben Butler packed In salt.S.ia .- I( Lot NO sir ((6)) of fractional Mvtinn N". five, ((5 t ) I in Great Bargains at the New fash Store. Ladies La tinp Slippers, 1\11 can be found in the State-300 eJea". and tb* J i .; .
Children Shoes, & tc. For sale Dwelling
-: to bit friend and tbr public generally for the verv I I I IliUrul I CiiK-kf-rs jind Fer-p-r Smice. Old WindlMloft.r{ Township f"iir. (((4.) S--uth ">f Rniicv ,'!V,ii. ((11)) Ea.', One [ South 1', bv balance in wood. On tbe premises area .1 : /: .
(I I J.
lor ofG. '1 I 111.P'rt' Xeginniix.] < house Gin HOUW and Screw wi" negro ; ;
T.l l Hrlliin Gh.
patronage with rlnb be Iitst twn frtv> Wbi-key 1M6: Rote ;tllil I t' j t..nlllu.iulr in nil. 'nc hnndreil ni .i nJn.1ti :t'i.-'(11 I H\" I ) ..fi :
.Uiee tir.t be nilriike l into J,nin'g in tl 1i. city, und 'IUI,18h.IWil1f", Out liS. }{ ('. T'b 1 men" stud So.-ip.:I HUM- cor letS. fi.id interest IM ill! nn 1:1I.lwi.I..1 b'iT..f A lit E. :. FKALHIG takes pleasure inform I, Sept. 3ftt b. 1 fI.J4._39_4t and all other out building To ade a y d purchaser Address.this 4 r.t.

r now, ill "etiirg, I be, ii'!. rt c .1 citir. ..r Talljibassee' and \iriiJty that be I COTTON PLANTER'S' is a rare opportunity. Terms easy. ;: !J;; ,

),re fimi. (to ,b"in be 1.01. |..,.-d (.{ Iti* f ti
trade) MeK it. iT. P. Bu.ecwell mid C.<. to l I"s> .1,1\>\ Cidi-rimd White wii.e Vin.t lr, *\bite. Hum. PHtrb j jnnd | GEO E.: !MrCLFT.LAN. Adm'tnr. (n".H!", and :s large "'s..itmt>nt of Embroideries :.nd VV areO'1.1se. the premises. 23 ;_ } t gs.Itioc4 :

frienJi and 'Uit"'IIt'I1I. as l liri: ppntleuiefi in e\t'M. Apple nrBlld '. AmeiK'tn Biand\' aid Old Nee- Little River, Columbia: County. Florida. I"IC''. L-idleV I>nC.is.| nk.> hiU- -t t\bi lif Hindh 'I FLfltlDl 'It'
of tir ifidrtK.v .) -.M-N CiijM-. *
war worthy tli ani B"pH[ >tt.fi.S.K.VIGLIT. tai WL.*:.)". Oct.--b T21. I'-M. 4t 4Executor's Fresh Garden Seed j/. .
__. ._ .rv .!cltl'T ltt1OIl.:1 N". \ :i<'ort mvnt..f floors and l Shoe I nI *,J .- .
October fl. 165*. 42 0- ll.it and Cajis. III.t! a tine as\irtmt-rt of Jewekv ansi To COTTOX PLAXTERS n".d othtrt of ih ill and the adjwitirry JUST received per Convoy, from Tborbura's. 3T iv 1 ':.:, I Il r

Clothin Notice. ,11,11' f.iwy, article t... numerous to mention nu m'ft I Coviitit; in Florida and Georgia: fresh Seeds of q- 1

HSNIONABLE[ FALL AND WINTERGOODS. ENTS )black nnd coWfd Cl.-th Fnfk nnd, Dro. I II 1 i C't JX mor!'ls "flt'r the nnd.r-i'ii.-d. Exe"nt of tin :. \IM'm;."Lanre: tlfll.-. arid small Profit" Remember I T"l 7E. the undersicnwl subscribers, return to you I Lung Blood Beet. .: J t f t f"'

I G C..uh. Gritemtit .1orf'el Tu'I"rl Fr.oc.j. Sa..k: .. I.. Inft Will rnd Tt..IIIII."t: t.f Arel.ibnld' Buie, lute lbi slock t 11 entirely new. ? f tiur most trr.iti'ful thanks for the very liberal I Early Turnip Beet !1

In I bulf Fio k ( '/lI.. Ocr"ntp <.f nil. kiniln wrh i min of GIfIleii C..uiitv. i!(.<''\"". ill c..Il1loir( bN nccouni Oct.-b-T 7.1854., 40 patn>niee \vbich has been bestowed upon u!. thnmirbM'ltr Late Drum Head Cabbage, ; t.

#-..itn.ent <,f Vifetf, P.uitt. Slit tf.. Dll.\\18. Col'ar! :' mid X'.tK-b. Irf-foie; thfJudiTl') "f Ploliate f''r FilidC -- kinduevs since we have been engaged iu the Late Savoy Cabbage. ,11. .,.

-.I p. :. 4e.EVEfl'rTIlTG: i iHardware. .ttint ,. iiii'l :nip1i; fir a fi'inl settlement and dntchnrge 1 The Best Bargain Ever Offered. Cotton JStornR". Weighing and Selling Business in this Lettuce, assorted kinds, I., 7..

THOMAS P. RANDOLPH froiu I zditIitratiuii of Fiid Rctit IX LSD I\ FLORIDA. -itv. nnil we njrai" "tffr our .n'ie-e the ensuing IItn- Long Sal.iion Raddisb.: ;'_' j _

I I DA NI lEJ. IJU I E. Executor.Oxrt.bet 5'it irf OIHobi stand and hope( that our duty in the American Globe Turnip -'i 'Ii (;. ;
I TV'OULD tefpecifiiliy: ('ul dir IUh1lf.o of tll.1I .I I 21, 1 1W4. 6tn 42 I 5j f II.\, i E:: heretofore offered mv Plantation: for jH if'-rMmnrr sal tonrburtHM heretofore has t een toii lKipruve l Riittibinn Turnip. ,. -. i.

1 1 eititun c.f 'lIIHllss.e. mi!Li \f fiien .: usually kept in this line.GUNS. --- -- .-. ------ ---- --- t{iiL L mle nt n irreat bargain,but did not state the, i .. .-'liir:ed as to"-cnre VO-T parru't1ae mvl influence For sale by MeX AI'r HT A ORMOND.Newport. -fl-

Z4 the will '. -: 1.11,111It..1 H&eOllUliIll of FALL i Hides Wanted. items that, made up the bargain. For tliv infjt nation in the future. Very Resp ctfillv.BKOOME. Sentember 5. 1864. SfiWM. ,itY4. ;

ASD! >1KTER: < \\!el hv i ic 1"1|K-tiint: j I I of the public. those who| wi!h to pureliape a Turpentine : J .. 1 ** Dry Salt? Hides alo : I .it. LAWTOX-a. W WRIGET BAror-wsi. ). IAT .. '
.ailii St'ire. iiert l lot S nth ;m .ILIrLP.IC..Il- C\C\C\\ \ \ or i-tter and Deer as well a* a Farming Plantation I herewith I :0. 1854.JEFFERSON 39 .: I'..'
iItWg ill fMtl ..J th.(..1.\!! Itff iitil-; Kb ct....! .:..ldl .-2f> DmjbV Barrel Gun, \'IIJ'intr from f/\/l) Skin. for which the hi;'hc-l tnarkr-t price give B' me of the items amid n. description of the premises. SeplemT LOB-JOS EPS T. DILL-W. LAWToJf,2K. ....!''i-"-.' !"..

:.ein.. \'ll.i't g"utral :t ielhCii''1. t (.'a.laud i i 'o f-50. ALSO a geutmtl lissoi! Unelit of ill 114" paid bv I). C. WILSON. I with their .jiretn-ut year's luet.. Ac I have, FEMALE ACADEMY. ,_ ,
\ ? tJO.C iiO'i ; i. .lc.1r C G. 42 I S8D mires Land. |fur which I will civ good EXt.rci-e".f this Tn.titu ion will to resmned >. 4 .
i ---
Diy uiil TJIIM > tJ-Micls. iAmf.j'1n j Sl. Ib54. .ui'l there are us ninoli or in.' e that belongs t> tbe THE Monday!; tIle 9th of O'-t-bfr. under the cbarife ,I '

I st,4 rti.1i: ), Chi cked Boarding. Land Company that, I 'have, Boxes From all these : i Med Sra Jslanb Cotton /actors ;
I"nIt. FIt/ld tlo. < Fresh Crackers and Cheese. I : of Mr. R. %V. FEItCHSOS. Prine pal, as' by I l : ;
Git. hstiit. Pliii.II.f) StMjx-d! l'i'.in| lil.ak n.l Figured BOA HD f"i six riirbt Yoi.nir; Liiior f\vo ftm.I I premi-i** 1 have and plmll, makt thus year as near nsI Mr. T. W. A. SMITH. The Musical Department i. un '

All \V...l D<- Lj'le. Alii;'( '!#. 1oh.ir Li:>(ie.Prii.ted 20 BOXES Sods. C'lickt'ra' I: GUI U- lui'l at Mr,. Dr. WILSON'S. I c.m; guw.. mid from the figures that I have already tier tbe charge of Profess-T GROSCHSL. With this No. 13, Southern Wharf,
find Hlw-k Cott11elrils.. Wild! Silk.: till, l 1l 11\1,. SU"lIr O.-tol.irl4. IPS.. I. 4w 41. j made, the following prtnlnce. viz: corp i>f distinguished and talented Teacliera. toeether CH RLESTO ". S. C. ".i l ;.

Turkey Hed &-. IttI l laud 10 Pilot ----- -- --- A boot ??.5su s woith of Turpentine( ; with the healthnine! intelligencj and morality August! 1854. 84 8m "._' ,.. :..
I ( :
Blue BlaiileU, London do, N cg1oMtIIthtddIedo, 6 Butter New Fall and Winter Goods. About SOU Busbofs} of Corn ; M'Miticelln. vouni l.id'e will enjoy every facility for .a4. ..'. ; ,
Kerseys, Gfonjia 1'Jnins nab'trirs. Tickings, Ken- 5 Water About 12 tr 14 Bales Cotton ; u pound, th'r.nh and finished Education.U'ltes : Curled Hair Mattrasieg. : ,." 00. '.

tuck* J"ttuT*, .. Wtkh nwl 'Cnplish Flannels, 5 ** Lemon I DAVIlfC. WILSONi With any qnati: fly (if Sweet Potatoes and other ? of Tuiti"ii a* formerly pmable by the Midd'eoftheSei. ; ; li
received lot of fine earled ; .
consignment ,
a ;
nn.all and on
Pluid mHllers tbinga.Thenli
ami( Pin! Liit\ and Sbeelin-; Furniture 5 Cieam "n. THOMAS M. PALMER. I JUST J J "
CiW AM\m| Check. C r..1iA.L Plui.ls, Bloo Diuims.TV. : -ALSO- i ti<'w receiving from tbe lirijrs Ri-nnn trm. Wjicis ,ve tTi-mines are offered for OIlV" the sum ol Chairman tlommiitee: of Publication. I. maltniMes. double w single-trry things fur :; :'; t' t A 'j

1 Dumu''. l ir.1 Di.ipc-r.Oittoij Jo.. White I and otherK Irk iifiiul "iipjilof Fall and. Fifteen Hnmhed Dollars (*1.5((0)) C-n Foihler.Potitoes. Monticello. St-pteiuib.-r :{fl. 1S51. 39 hut weather, which we will sell low to close. '-t q,,. .s'.. '
6tlllt B..-k .. 25 Boxes English Cheese, Meat Stock Hogs Sl. ek Cattle Farming D. LADD. ;It -
all.lS M mu Un;. Victoiia Lawn. Jac- I Winter G<.>di.all. .f nbu-h werelerted bv Iirn.t'll
c.n..t I'IC\ Li\l h CI\II\'r41 eiubroidritd L. C. hIni.evv1i,1 25 6 bebt Pine Gi Apple din ButtfT. For Kile by1JEURY :i ill New York mid pnrcia! ed on the lIIe.1. fi\oniblr and Tnrpetinc T>ols, can I t4' bad with Plantation at I For Sale. New Port July U, 1854. 23 :; (.,4
\ Kegs > BYRD. ""
". lIf'UI tU'MI..t' d,. fLiudo_ CuunteilHllieFre.K1 A KOWLES.) 4 t'-rm. ini nof |)b.-ni at n-iifed| p-ic.-, wl 1 Mi will en- fair prk- BENJAMIN GUNNY BAGS. suitable}f''r picki-ie Cot- BAGGING :t '

f.: QII11t.. EnI4 IIn.1 Cn.r. .- II\wim. A.titkialUk 42 nli';!.- him to cnj' ilv. bi- mvt
F1u.rj-s. fl1 l: L.ce :ii.4 JDon.-d i ,'.its. Black M"uniCIJart. Oct.21lh. IS54. --- ; liinivitli M (..11. i'htT fir ca'h or aptroveiier I September. 30. 1854. ?9 August 19, 18S4. 83 Bale Rope, Twine and Salt. .l tLAORE

itIlr COI,. tllll, J St! \',11. \Vutered mill B K-k :' .,fit, nt prlw m-it is ml\ rlow.. i ifnotlowi-rlltan any ** G tisurgiaVntctman copy 4 times and send billto .tlock..ftht' above articles wit he fcept f .

("to t1, PJI'I! Silk,. FiguiwI J" .. LsMirt Spun Silk Mackerel, &c. 4| botihe in tbis ('il t). They in part consist of t I this ()('. ____ Notice. A "0 hand throughout the whole Fall and Whiter .: ,. .oi.:

ind"6te..F.JP'II. lI"f !nMiings.: Ln.Jirfk Bllck. \vi.5u-: i 1 r BBLS. No. 1. 2 mid :j. }IIICI.Crt'1.. Fanox A MnplcDr) G...1.l Stati-: .rv.IS Music. THE co-mrtnersbip of TC S(. PIXCKNEY A I se son. and sold as I low by us as by any ther Uoosein >r.j .i
: r""d "l 1,1 1.c'l: ie1 Glel\ ..G"'I1' J 10 Eiul.tb) BbU. No. 1 h.u been dissolved, the subscriber will continue '
titlJ } : i. .. <"andSboe>, .lrii. .itid iVifumerv, ny the city. We invite buyers to call and we us before : I.
P ;
nil! D.. \:!, JvSl h',iii. ud Li-.ti tt', 10 Qr. 1 I Haidwarr.I I Ss'llhrv. '1F' Af (IIS II- H BROWN will rnnnw instriie30r theFAL'TOBCE purchnsin cse 'bere. HEIR A If.UST. 'Sit'P?
Cett'p lld LuluVOaunMci.; and I 10"- ., .. 2" I l. u.TA lions MI the Piano Forte Monday, the \ \ AND C(/MUI) IOX BUSINESS *;1*. ?
.ik: Cotton Giu/l1II, : I II.H.w \\",,.,, .Gr..esCr''tkerv ''. I August 19 18 4. 38 & b'' .
toAreJU:, fF 9th of Octolier next.lt.K.m t '
( Kills. No. 1
U. 'u1 C. aiol! Ufiim Sl.iits. 10
tt'-ii '
EY. Jr
and .la-s R. ,
aol St..1. his account. Q
"\ Virt,1rs.u '11 own -.i
Ute: JiIl.1, | under tb M.iRonicaud 0 Id Fellows '
Dn.C..tt"l1, S..lm' atSepkmnter P>
111111 wbittSilk; 10 >n. Nails.
iIwv. Black I
IL.tiand Cni[ ". i Urging and Rope, r' Offi-JC. XOKTH COUEILCLLIVUAR?. .. :. !
f' 06, fJent. U .. For .1p :to. i 1854. 39 5w
Fine Wool 25 Boxi-tf by1JERKY
Urown. Jlixt-J ileiiiio I
B .nni-ts and Tiimii.ingc.. l'ghits Ac Ac.Minand -c_ hand and for '
bOC Cillll.frt. l..lf.. IT.. .. it ROWLES.O i i Oils -t ff\ KEGS on sal* lov1UU ? by /fii J ,
; '" aaui. B's Clothing., LADIES' EMPORIUM. I REFERENCES. HEIF. ;2
I New York 'utiuiit.etrne i aud too numerous <-t. 21. )lf 54. 42! I A RT.'ST. ,; loo
_.__ ________ .. JoaN FRASEa t Co 19. IRSt. 33 t.
to particularize. -- I Tullalucotot"l'. OctoU-r 14. 1654. 41 4.- I.VCRABAM d WtCB. August J- ;; :
-- ---- I : r.
I Potatoes, Onions &c. 1 NEW FALL AND WINTER Gnl'JlDIS- 0 MATTHIF.SSEN! J Co._ '- ," .. .... .' .
CharN-s inU-r {. 1 1)11.. 35 tl t Collins Axes. ) :
111- New Books &c."OW :on. Spt | !. :
_. .
[ Brady Clothlu r,< ivfd p 'r st earipJ Ill) P niM'r' f..nte'\\' : CEaccxD. ."-.. *
Blue Blunkft Over Coats Satti-net mid Kentucky f'.J JUST,k, I 111 bill Ii.li-li P-tutiM-K bbli" Oniony.l "' r'-eeiuns from Ne\r York n Inrpe atirl carefully a Plantation for Sale. A.FEW Boxes fur sale I by *;'i'9-.... 12.

Junl Frock tIn.Tweed StIR] Cas-imeie ilo, Bl.u-k, ; cratfOnions., 3 Keus, Ptiinti Gimbtti Bulter. l 16 Boe'lira > .I..t..1| stork tlf {l\'oClkll. esitririusvery subscribers are now receiving and opening one ''l HAT valuable PLintation in Jefferson County for HEI I. d Rt"ST. V#..!: K. <
Brown \ order ami 1 for tale bv j i di-piiitment t ; t,f Literature. nndith I ir\ itockon bnnd I i iIlL THE and bent seWted stoekbof FANCY August 19, 1854. 33War1ted t. :1
and Cluret C..1'OUll'tl, 1 Cloth tlo, Sutteiw. Tweed :: Cbiffei All iu gi\ largest I J. in -rlv the reM leix-e of the late It.,. Wesley! Atlume. ,, ill! .
id Cassimere J. P. BRACEWELL A CO.OttLer larger Htid tiKHe \iiri.-d n"sortin>-iit than linn eve GOODS ever offered in Tallahassee. and a-e determined ."U 1 :. I II
PjmU. Ks.-n.'>. batu-n.-t PJuJi \ ulenFi ( ujtlun one mile of na'I.'s )Mill hill <*. >'ured. )1 erinu IUK! Satin \ .111. Dn-K' C..it, 21 I. 1654.; 42 lM>en ofTnc'd to lliiH coinniruiitv. liliink lV.'ki< .'fs.very to; sell them at such prices as will command. I ri'.id frum l"lIlicCI..t.iNewport.ciHitaiiiiu;r 400 acres I it-;' f" .:i

Linen SLiru and Co'l"tI. Whit and Brown Diauors, j \ i/.f. 1111,1 Ruling Stationary of tinl l et demTiptionliHiikcrit .- them approval ur all bu>er. timid of course insure a ,: wit all the iinrovfiiiits.ab ut 14da.res .DRYOR3ALT l :
II neccSMiry | < BIDES
also. Ott* t.. r.
; tU ber with beautitul .' .tc.fCI..tllll. i's eiitl.1g1 Just Receked per Bark't Kimblc" from,, C.ie. Port Jo'1.li" Eiivt-l.i'e.! ( Buff. \Vhito nndKiiiniiellfd. quick nnd ready sale. the same cleared with CVrn, Cane, P.'talt e H,ga. I -OO() and Deer Skins. fur Ucb the. H"i

4iglii.li Fancy Cu.iiucr .. Votings, Lc. Xewr differssitizes. 1 1'"" ing nnd IWnc, I'lllof.r We olicit an early call from the Ladies of Tullnbnssee. -I..f, '. Mule mid Faniiini; Uteiu.il! with a gutti! market price will U paid by U IRAKUST' bighdtrt'i. ."j 4'I
| Cut'ery. Litli'vraphicand Oil Pninlingi, Burlej'i1JoKI of the County UII.Iurrlltllllin Counties nnd Mill. well artmiged. ic. and sold (fur the su-I August 19. 1854. S3 i'r!-24 },

; flat*, Cup. Boots and1Xo.st.in 8110".. FOR TilE BENEFIT: OF HEALTH. ( Pens with or without rase. *. Matnnrd A Ni'"'ts.HiiiriHon all buyers generally that tlk'YnRY be fully *atified .f making H Divi-mn among tbelegutt. Said _______________________________ iRI.thNZI ? r:.
A BlafkwmNl'ii Bla -k nnd Red :I S."l J .
Ink. Also of St ck. for f
n tbe'cheiipnebs Mid great vane mr > .
t.f y situated in of the l best ieighiLssluNaie for ?
CASKS Ale and Porter I tation w -ne ; 'I i" :
HaU AI.\a'-t
rt>le, tnl'. large variety tlf'nlley Article and of
Colored I. 20 Old1815" we alt> fully satisfied tbnt for beauty satiety beulth anti /'MI! St..i.: in the C.uuty.antI "it.hiu vise i : t.::1 :1
Woollen Cask Brandy, y
Hats.B..j' 1 JOHN MtDOUGALL.Octx.ber stock be this side of the hl1 'e beeome fire owners of th. 'Ft
.. style cnnnot surpassed WE r j
our Chsurcb.I1ertt'itti r ,
dn. pt..r\ Cuban d&. Black Cul\ n J,, Koi.o. 5 BUs Apple 14.1854. tf 41 M"uutain mile Sprntffield k thorough bred Race 'Horte well rtf; i l \r..
Alleghany will call W ul'h- i .
t Wi4i! Awake do,. owdays ctohllllgilai d,.. (vertnucb 6; American ** -- .----- -. -- -- -- T. H. CRICHLOW A BROS. iabing to purchase who will on show Mr. known to most of the citizens of Leon aWl Ijffl: *j. f I
/.) JLIIOV lilMok 3 Old Penth iiicton Patterson ou the place,
ittunr Mid I
W'hiu \ GadwlauCounfiva. having been owned h Go". .
; iJy'ebraka For Sale. September 30.' 184. 89 Them- 5,12, ? ft;
\ do. Upper Teu do. Cloth Caps, Boys' do'Fine fi; ** A 11I"111\.1 Gin the same. as Brown Tallahassee! where he has been | &! I
Calf-fkio Booti. mud double 1 Holland I small Farms in Wnkulla Terms easy.. Apply_to_cither; of_tlie subscribers. f., ttaMKng :1i ; f :
Pump County containing
(>K fioe FOUR 'PERMANENT LIKE. !sonus yPr.. H. will stand at the Stable of A". jl S? !
Calf-ilia Shoes. Oxfurd do. New style French Patent 1 Cakk "Guidons" pale Sherry Wine 8n' n>:res each with good l dwellings and outhouses DARIUS WILLIAMS. l ExecutoR. THONY-?4AIGE. in or mnr Tallahassee, m-bowift PlRP j
L ther do. and Jim's 1" ** on t the same. Enquire at this office.O'toUr -- eo AB.VER WlTHIl\GTOS.5 J '
+ Nullifyern Sliprnrs, Pi-egret Madeira \ have control and nncetiient of bin. f.-r the >' :# '
aud Sewed Brogans Ladies Kid Slippers da Walking 25 Baskets Ileidbic Clininpuigne, 14, 18M. 41Notice. .; RENEWED COMMUNICATION A : September 9. 185-1. 36 Fall Sen!.,,. ami) to M"bom payment Tnay bv man present. for ,!: 1t t pall "., J.:

Sbt> Black Last ftaitm, White Kid tla, late ALSO_. Between yeicptrt, St. Marls, CeJar Keys, Notice. serving at !the ii'gpru'i'Five'Doli' for .1$j J-1

,? tIe, Children' Shoes of differed qualities. 60 Bottles Old Brandy that will do your soul (occasionally cia Bay Port and Tampa lit rink fertk-e; Ten Dollars for the Seta t. ami .\-1 :
good to taste. co-partnership under the firm of TUNO. Twenty Dollars tolnsure. Mares tradedcr \1 k
: mootll'lllft.er date I shall' present my final ac and Charleston. THE : sold %ill :.1
Crorkny and Wooden Ware.Of BERRY A ROWLES. SIX and vouchers'to the Judge fI f "Probnte ..fbIishis'fl Bay) CKSE\ CO. u this day dissolved. The in everY case be requited. 1 tube paid f r. We append! J'tt. !k$ l" t I I
Oct.2l.l84. 40 Ci'tintr AdminiMmtrix with the will CLASS VESSELS will commence running settlement it.affairs by mutual .devolves the'following from G..V. Brown and J. W. Dnbtk.r.of 11 j t.
an- ,
sll Tsrieties, amonjr the former are two spleudic anexed. "f Let,! Drew, and ak to be discharged from tie shove p.-ts on the 1 st OfN.ber and on WILLIAM M.TUNNOt whom ail perVMwbavdeniauds Leon County. in reference to Rientf* Pedigree,"aM *J j !

sets ol(CiO. Ware,over 250 pieces. Beeswax Beeswax mud nilniini tiiitioo.MARGARET. continue uuioterruptedlj _throughout the season. or being indebted are referred. quality of Ins stock. .3ftWfS'; i .1

DREW AJmini.tratiix., 4 MUSE.TALLABASCU. .
any quantity fa caJob .* ,rMde. Iy WILLIAM M. TUNNO Q. PNO( .SE Jr. t. J
Bardvrare nod C.llery. V BERRY 4 October 14, 1854. 6m 41 "I;i
Eu'r *nd Fonts, Pocket Kuives, Pea do. Game Oct. 21,1854. 42 ROWLES -.-_ : Facorsfor( Southern: Georgia; and Florida Charleston August 81. 1644. April Ith, ISfil. ti .t .
The thorough bred'R** Hi***. R1ENZ1. ... rai .
6Jwt PmtcltM' Powder Fla ks. Ti attUtin Ctn Leon Female Academy. PRODUCE THE SUBSCRIBER continues the ""lIinp., heretofore '. .
IIioll". Duni' Box, Trunk and Padlocks Spades To the Old Settlers of luildiu'i1I NORTH COMMERCIAL WHARF carried utidt-rtke of TUNXO PINCK- 6J by my lvotl.fr.! Rirl.nrd T. Br \. &,. Florida. exercises tIle enlarged OFFICE on name We"t-i ordnnd I County, l1tillia. H, was sired by r
UiuUa.U, OJUna Axe BlacUmith, Bellows and To..ls. Ts'1hs. E. "IrlPro. late of the General' Land j SCHOOL oil Tuesday, October 24th. Pupils Charleston, S. C. NEY A CO. and tenders to his, friends the renewal : Autot-mt, 'Who was im'porml by Cut John Taylor, of ; t11 i It.
,UolU.w d
Augurs j
.i !
!. Cut Ku\t.\ Anvils will find it much their advantage to IKS his services. WILLIAM M. T1.ThNO.
VICM.: f J Office f nd Pension Office. WHubinirton D. C. will I| to punctually Mount Airy Va. Hi.duII was the celebrated Fanny tWt;
eta. AxU Hije Pollwa*. Plough Lam.luillt.Cuudle Trace Cliaii*. Spiiit' Lev attend promptly to all chums] under Florida Armed I IOccupntion present, nt use c'racltlllulti". of the classes. Terms September 2, 18M. 2m 35 September O. 1 sa.. 36 2m KVmble. 'Ilt) was sired 1 hv Stick.CurtHin Band. |I Irons ?5 (K) to f 12 50( pet quarter wct-ording toMUM himself Ratrs at Broad
JlatJbeI. hinges lliu Iruu Acts of 1842 nnd 1848. Persons who'' range STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESS distinguished at Rock Va, St.Josephs :i
Well \!.! eern'' C.alh W Buttl. Drawing Knifes. were oettleisunder! the Mid Art of 1842 ann! having !I Rel..lIllCl..t'IIt. 1 12 5U per quarter; use of inI LIVERY STABLE ApHlarbtcuta. Fla. Then, k tmt a ,.; .. ,

1t.ua1, CaMS, Tui Traj' t,:gpu tf'lK'htol. BnuJ., 'J'.cb. complied with the requirements thereof 1mve not received I I tsrninent f 2 50, French or ornamental needle woik AT NEWPORT. -0 thorough bred bone in the United SUUa. t t;. I
Ac. 500 cjiwrtt-r. JV" tzl>u -". r/e /or LHIH.tiiiighiff .- unders5 l carries nmuthe abo etuines. I II. W Signed .
the PATENTS for their lands can have them obUined JHT T'HE
will (f the regular _
or attended to bv the subscriber. constitute part -NJiittmriititt iti brunches. Buildings well cnlcmVed furdespa'thing -

Grocvrlcit.6ujar. Also claims proswuted for l't"fllljull'.Bounty Lands, in Vvc'tl J/M.C to the whole fchoullDO"1; wngons. 1. LADD.Nt."IO.rl 'I'fOULD,' fTit."Jc and inform! tie public his LEOIr Cowrr. April &v IU ri

Coffee Trtw R5('. M..uu's celebrated Otard Scrip. Back Pay tt, b. on the most reasonable out rxira chingt.Tbe the financial rf"I I September 2. 1864. 36 _ _"_ that he may nlwn\s be found _ With a knowMfee of th Pidigro of p. P"t 4 i i,
l3rar.dy Principal proposes following ENZI. as abd sm ,d U GOT.I .
( ?
n.1t1Jr"na.' '/Demj.hu: Xtdwalf,:; f,., *f fatmlv,? ?use.?) plt Old up ill QU"lt terius. REfEBEXCES.Hon. latiouN.iz: Tboiiii whopny STRICTLY IN AnA"(E shall New Bank Agency at New Port. at the STABLE opjiot-ite the Jail ready tonccouimodatf have raised eight Oultafn nar bit>. Bi I"=' .
lmo,14rt be entitled to II ilrdnti"ii be'IJI! .k4". lUltor AVtne. Pule per t regular rI"MlE undersigned. Agent for the FAIRFIELD *lance a. the hl.4 -
.U v... Havaij.. S ,an-. Smiff. Setllp. Sherry d.i To- Lrwis CAM. U. S. Senate. tel liii'"! ; tln.e wlm defer piiynifiit .f bilU! l.i-v .iid JL BANK OF Wl N5BORO'. S. C. "ill I be prepared Horses kept at Livery on reasonable terms. generally i iA ".Jor rteh Mabngoov if S. '

Oil. :III't-l' P...JIT ji.d :." Viai CotacJILnmp, SnIt JAMES CoorrR the quarter when due. willln charged 8 per cent ll.creou I to discount Hill 'f Exchange Draft*, Oidert.Cheki. .' tr: Vacant Lu and. Feed furnished f r Drovers Minis and TaiK Tb.y an .' ..
and Mules.i
Pickles; } ana .
gar JOH Wiiboy. Wa"bingt D. C. with Hore .. .
I. Hn
until Harwn -
piust.Hills J.;
P. Cauuics CLtw iL tte. "c. of the principal cities and I pwior rKt -
CA any
&. MiuPuututo. I will te durintr the' fifth i He w ill exert himaelf to give sat i*fiction tt Its pat. .. (4u.sYtrssII..
tu4c.. Addrpss. Pull Pad, JULIUS MEIERE.. presented week of each \ Towns of the U.S Also liberal advances ou Cotton I A
runs, and solicits a share <>f the public cr. tinn J. '. DA _
tr pj 1. IUt. : \ \ AAsbtuf ttwi IX 0fz i quarter. A. R. WOLFE Principal. while in store nut writing orders tc.Ca | ..> -.J
.It. om 'ttt tt 49. 1 I Octc-bor 1 IBM. It 40 l Tl i-TV p II. 11M. October ''TUC 1844 40ta41 -
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NDaorHIIAI. :D. ii. AD.3.es,I-I| DR. LEWIS--------- Spring -and todomerJOW :) -;- .


Wholesale and ReUll Dealer in .1M, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.fiAIS .
rwwioy. atM w U koo o t : a
) DRUGS AND MEDICINES. JA now inserting Artificial Teeth onthi I J.1 CLARKEODeU.CtIIIigof I

--- new and improved principle wit READY-9IADE

SAFE all C-rtincur. l Dyettufls. SurgicallnlltrumfotS. gums. from one tide to tb ie< CLOTHINQ
,\A,",:,", JV\"'mp?Mn "f I.ili, ( PUnxOT. Window Gina, Paint, other, without ream or crack l leaving no place for lb e< citable dI.for fullowiii Spring artielea aod Summer wear, ,, II

T5!"."l. Rronchiti:, H" -pitiS Oniub. and, all PiilinonorrXftVvt 4, Oil*. Vamishe Putty Manufactured Tobacco, lodgment of food thereby rendering them perfectly 1 y p-rt Brown and WbiU :
i* ns. and! GlaM Ware. Patent Medicine. life-like! and restoring the original eontonrof the facto p. Nay DrillandWbit.Liae.DrilI Ttotk A .

o'illl&>ap Fine Tooth. Pure Wine and Brandies a* to defv detection. He will attend to all call i ii; FJUKT do .

CHERRY AND LUNGWORT) S 8 S $ f and Hair Brushes, for Medicinal purposes,, Middle FWida ('i. Full Sett Those wishing 7ulSetti Clouded aDd Wito v.8Wt c--
and Flab
Striped Guwham
Paint Urushpn Article, obtain all information letter. Saib c. ,
POa THE necessary
coal or can by
:A LOVELY YODNO: ( LADY CURED OF Garden Seeds Fine Havana St' a". He will wanant. in every instance utisfaction. an, Bile and Cord Drap dTta Seek U r 4.

COUps, Colds, Hotrsness, Spitting COsUMlTlO _p ban received Awi and I when j do do Summer Cloth d, -
He recently per brigs Sawyer prices to suit tbe time Terta Cash, or calle 0

or Blood, Night sweats, Asthma, Th.' f..Uwnij' i j. (r"I'1 tin1' pen f Win II. I.,i", I 4'L }{unt t\I1c. a Land Freak ".pplloC every variety White Hamflle and Col'd Drill Pants, .
aO.I Liver Complaints and i 1:111.. t th.) ai.i'I. I.i..1.t..1 i 4.,1ir.r I.flllf'I T. R il ii it .rv J..1 of articles usually kept by druggist Planter and I 24.IBM.GIJTTA 25 Fancr Fancy Caimer do for "
".:1'1' mi i.'r .It.. Nen Y'.rk.Jaiiuarv. 26.18.V I'hvAicilI11 will always find ntthiJllf'!establishment full]I w. ., ".

CONSUMPTIONDuATH What ctjuld be more inclusive? supply(; nf every thing needed,and on the icost liberal I PERCHA WATER PROOF GOOD: Bl'kbrapd'Et and Whit* liaroClee do Vest do 4cJ'Faocy

.. I i i. it.l li>m we .>"r"h.1 to term ir TRADE MARK. Silk Vet.
I permit IUp.II DR JOHN DULL from the filled and satisfaction Light Spring
I ] cinWaiil 1 I II.M beti preve nted t in tlrv .,1,4: in thesicoiiiiiii] to sjx'iik in nf annrti<-l.. Orders Country -ALSOA
.. Irii soME'rHTN1NEW ; guaranteed, with regard both to price awl]I *< -
: / < f c.i s l"V tin n ?iri own r Hf,1 in the patent medicine WIt; but v. see the life general aorment of Shirt

F tr jriHOX'S:: CHEMICAL EXTRACT OF CHERRY clf I fellow creature fl3..1 by the u-e ..f Imv medicine AND VALUABLE. quality. Physicians prescriptions carefully com.IMunJl't1. GU vats Hosiery Drawer, Undenbirii* Collar' aod,.Q1o tea. 2!.

vt;! .VXD L LUSUWOHTJI.-Thi. me.lic-ine unlike nvtf whatever wo c. as our ri bt if not our ,lit,.. er article l too numerous to mentjoA raiioM
moiit Kind on the face nf the rlob.lIn. AIEPPINO'S COMPOUND FLUID EX- .
J.i th? pliant remedies of tlia day IB the result fOf tin) :.gird 1 nimple. -tsit..in.nt of f.tct. that nfher mr.\ .i T., .. p..rul .. Ainrrintn .|>ubli(. The powerOf TitACT OF BUCHU. L42i1M \ full aortment of CLtL*. Caseimert TWrb
: *? c t ,"r.'f.1 ifrt/fv and zptrl,",,,', of scientific and r.r ri like 1.111"1 I be! Iteiiefitted. The cn4whirh h"" in thy rrnwnC'l lira In of Korojw; _lnk into imignifliauctwhrn which the subscriber i it *;TifbiSi

,.* irnfrd: Phyt'ciait.; The ttfo principal ingredient dnced us tp<>n tl.is frlcf. was that: t.f n young lash. rmnpxrrj> ieaa Kinf to that rinplnr!dour the Aim-roan power ...trel KnfKnrt \ in them to -December- 2".-. 1863., _M_ order on tbe shortest notice prepared, la the to 1DaD
| it--a
have 1.nz been ki"wn and celebrated. of our acquaintance by frequent oxpure to th. Inrrwe liar rlrh-o of tli) rioh auel ,11.. and to mlur* Glass, Oils, White Lead, &:. fNoRTH AMERIGAN\\ style. and bet possible macaer.Clothing AD D W'I
; WILD ClIKRRY BARK.-Wbt'n the settle' into-rv a" strength (.1( which the Inrjrs to grva'rr
lilt Kir. ( ae.t4lll sit call
'hl c,1,1 Window nIJUl".nslll.rtcd size, .4.'W
forth with
:' this: i is firjp rly cii.tlcl'd i is tlw) t..e..t medicine know II before it" ravage* cuM tn'hl (This, occurred >M to Our ttw lor.Ilr Amrrir.an.inn Kitig nn gor
-;* 4'L f,r cjriu? the worst Coii' :h* an 1 other Pulmonary dmi two "ar ngo this wintei.) Y.rlhUI rflllliel.r.. to liiiitiiKtT rrlk-f mint ,n"lr..1' li-.Hh ui.4 bftp/toiiM to barrels Laueed Oil, toby A. B. a

: c 'l'to. it I In tt.ei' the |1'iMtym! am! enables! the ,sufferer tiiKjiecUMAto '1'1"1 but with %ery little! effect or benefit. The coii''h. the lofty mud lowly, lbs rkh and the poor.DH. 6 lard Oil, _March 18. 1854. 11' OUBll.-

: M ilv. aul: alone will cure the worst (.fll.! wors<>, with cojmm* expeetorat'on. and the nnk- JOHN BULL'S 20 Kegs Zinc Piiint t k '

f:4: : tlr N'Jh. winch if nervate Jul wn\* l<>adto Cou! .55 -ve an.I I pnle. holW cheik told. plainly th t pnlmonaiy In Leon Circuit Court -
ump bbl
20 Paint and
bbls. .
, GR G3EA? 1EBIC&I& Eilli BF F ?FAII!! package Fire-proof ( i )
her '
;1-c.L lion. diaca 'al d..ill its worst on dei'll. 2 barrels Rectified Whale Oil, \\N EW-YOR KJR'J BILL FOR ACCOUNT AND b1STtlIBUTtolr

,. LUXa WORTH-ThiM. a r'm.H the virtuesf, I' I 1'lie I fl."il\ph .i"1' \|. 1'1'1111'1' nll :I In the TfMil M'ostirK or TUB WuaLII."bJ tin Km te.tblr 2 Train Oil. 1 bbl. Varnish, Haley T. Blocker. Sheriff aodofficio
*.,! which! art* known to but few, ;t ha been said b,' the th 'ut'. h. would lu-t admit; to the. youni. lilY thnt she) .flnevcr *I1I>"1 t.> nfflK-'n-l buniMiiiry ; to Ibv.ultrrliip f IpiriU Turpentine in barrels Coral retail. A adiaiakr.f

I- most learne.l men of a'l) titi".. that n.iture hat jiroxi leallv had) the con! aipti"n.i vet he wimld \ nn i lu.l.if"O.lh"I I'ou h.re(sent'iily' to-an u_.tln.,-. relief tnairlaal i* nt'..jour.ly.com-All ertl! assortment of Colon,Brushes,and other Painters gen: S&MUflp of TIS the, deceased Estates of Graham HaTi and Charla &

, : i le-1 I a remedy! for *i i". her motln-r I tl bun...-. ... nil 'llr-r mi-l "HI ..(.t n't| M.. |n*>ffrredlUlMi materials. D. 11. AMF..s. & r complainant,
le. \ ..f I Ro iln- ilY "f t htr f ; th.it: we Jailmade.. go to pmve iUltuthL'Ui'intti was peliivndeii to innke le -f 11".tl.. ) eitCunipniini trrrve nor | December <
brlf I sir 61 \ William N. Hafia administrator
.III.I.r.,1 m..h"I" .Iurll't.lh. p.rlo eI'd of JoIJo
: :lt i* J Fj/t.* thr 1 1 intilidf"igti.d Ly naturffiif Syrup ..f Li trn011" anil Tnr. smil f iIIr I Tlil intr.-lu'-'ii.N.. li.ui ..'''. hatpiirn| ;0 the hr.ru oftlic.ujii'l ATE ed. and ,_
I C'litt'i.nfi'inn. It* healing properties are )Iapp\stittc.o tl.tst slip wi' |Illr'd.! rniMl I in !I..s ; *. ...1 um-l"- lit- H ch-inii ro III.OK wliA hi-rrto- Wines, Syrups, &c. ceo against Nancy L e, aDd William Lrtis -

truly wonderful ,1.11,1,I Use rapidity' with winch it CUrt.sthp than three. m..nt1.. by thih) 1.li..ill( mc. after even forv -girJi-l u ipily a." It ).iarjl' cii l >!tri-ii-l"ire Medal (If World's Fair and Gold Med and Mary his wife, and JeM Hrris AastdanU. -
oirliH IJninifiitc. kiiibrt.arjuq. I'nlnKill" Otard Brandy Fresh Date a --
:bq wnint cmes of Uicfcratcd Luti;*. *.i.thitigai I tt'' .l'ji.i.j :irritation almost *"1ifleiaty. i It n proof oj a rni, H* this. l-'. te!: fimjile truth \i'.l reii-h \\here; |..H-lMiuj ibf tirrie "f ihe jnvnt Auirnran ) Claret. WAREHOUSE OF co 102 BROADWAY aud IT appearing to the Court, by affidarit tiat deiad.

, lit ..1 1 if pt itioii' t.tliis .li"..\*, These t wo articles emubin piliMieil fiction II\ ci. If any sunlit the ii-itlun- Kind of f.j.:' a iinrp.ir.i'Ktii' ru .p H-1 nolrly' nf frrtii-| Madeira Old Port Juice PINE STREET where be found ., William N. Haris. resides beyond tbf liait
I : : : .1'llt; t'/,., / .'..'." i'7'l'stlinr.knts.. form n ticit!v of thi- 1 t fl. 'in call :It tl.isflie) <'- btr* ...1 runt*.. 1.1'u..J by Atsi..riee nwu rirti *"sdt.uuiirue Sherry Sparkling Cider, may of this State but within tie United State*, and dot

J: :j : :n<*nciu that is certain: cure the wor-t cise; of C"'iiuu :'. M'tl'taiy fItl'nwlt.lI fld.\ala1 ArgH*, A'o. 19, C/llltl would*afk'.il.Wr the I.ADIN. who are altva coinprfrntiiid London Porter Scotch Ale Gntta Fercba Goods, in Great Tarietf, defendants William Lewis, and Mary, bi* wife lilt.

t. : ]>tion if taken b.-lorc the sulferer: i is entirely pros U. r. ,'ii <'f what in *ill chat,IN i.ot a valuable' Uiuut uioli- Brandy Peaches, Brandy: Cherries, Far superior to any other Water Proof Goods in the I Jesse H81'4. reside in the State of Florida bat DOt ia
dos, to ilo ua a rpeclal U'' r bt giiin! the Kiu( ol I'aln Raspberry Sardine. I the Middle Circuit
Syrup :
tr-itod. D-i nit be discouraged..1 tri.il! can d-. ,:,II."n. TESTIMONIES OF Y. PRESS. mnle trial anW if pi.f.wt.r. rxrrt lln-ir ii.llui-nc | market comprising many desirable articles for Export t I I
a "
J TIE X. Fresh Lobster It ller That the defendant William 5.
bit will convince th, behaif, rreoulu''II,1 It. ..; of it. Strawberry and i* Etrfg
; m't sceptic tlf its rml worth., In it* < ( ill and i-ltru Country Trade consisting in pnrt of Conts, Cloaks,,
THOUSANDS OP From thN. Y. Courier. Avg. -10.1S5 ati'l i. that III. ur.l by their aHliclcl n.iiib.r. Tim Lelllun" Shad. Pouches do appear and answer the bill filed on or before QM
CONSUMPTIVE I'ERSONS:4h..1 Overalls Lejfgins Souwesters
Caps. ,
WVIriM LH .. have been deceived in u\iu t medicine! Dn. nnotn. OF AVH: T.t.- Gingcr" Salmon: Blankets Horse Covers Cluth Monday next WiffitB
: : repeatedly : \n' Jt'ft""IT mtfcritiX fiivn.l< to u e thin really T-iluibie mr-ln me.tber Carriage !. Piano Covers. -
Jj _e whii-h were iini 1 to be ntfitlfiWr cure but which haveprove henrdf several I i m 1"1 t..11 t." recently., I ..f"t.. .1.1" ding an act of Iwlirl'.Ieure Ilia' tlwv can Pine Apple M Clams Fire Buckets, Travelling B.ig Surgical Article. Lewis and Mary Lewis:hi* wife and Jesse.' Hark j*'

I tt .1.) ?. rnti'l., i wr (: | inclnnre thit rame stir < Monday ; eca.plaiuant"
hut a (are frcea1d lung. It Ootiiititno 11,1.-1 ; ... These good are free from odor
: sf. i..rl".I..m..li. i U
wh-i 1 ha 1 IIIITIsl &' and for many ii a rrrumi CUre.yet unpleasant Very bill :
f. deleterous Drugs and one, trial will I pre it I' n..I"1I t p.Mk roi.filentlv.. 0".g.f f "iir "'inilo\| \(' It M prrivc'ly lI.arUlI..M i, and, inrapablvof pr'ilj--iuj Sparkling Gelatine, Tamarind, tenacious,pliable and elasctic.not injured by fatty substance shall be taken pro uinfeuo againstth. a'
;t. : : i ishin:: efficacy better thin any assertions or cntlfifatr seveieU"fiom t I n i LHIJT Mnndiinrc-'M.! i 'lurimr!fl.I .rp1st the "..>t iigunoii* rir-,<-u m this UlOat dellca'e cac. Ol Flavoring Extract, Spices. and unlike India Rubber. WILL NOT DE- respectively ; and it i i. further ordered that tmbfiei.
1. .of and hip th. WrAitrM c".lItul l| lion of this order be mad in of the
; the Powders
nil t we. k cornnn-nrt'd' use Ihit Jirlicle. Pickles. one TslTshimi'paper
-jc in curinz Consumption and lica8cs (If f the LuiiL'b IL i. rntirrly U"-l..< to follow (lie old an,1 .oruoutirmof CCMPOSE AND BECOME STICKY ; are CHEAP
L an I Liver such u Spitting oj Ullfld. C<>ngtit, pain in C',M has entirely di-a ppe''cii. puliliniiiii. In thr publlr UI'Ju..b of c>-ritieatel Corn Starch, Salad Oil, ER and different from any other Outta Percha madein once a week for fOur month prfecdiof Hrf

:. the iiJ- a lid.-" u qil.'r.ita. &r. t v. From the, N. Y. Mirror. Sep. l SO.LtVEKWotiT (.f .IIlIo'rA. pcrfuriurd by tliK liie-licine It e but t... ) 'e <-.utlllu try It ; and Or. Hail fkbu \ Sauce Cocoa. Ordered at Chamber, August 1st, A.D. 1854.
;; -. :::- Ca"liuJ.TII pruttetur own at well n* the Con.t.w *%n TAt-Of the) virtues <>f Dr. Rojr wrll-eart rrputaliini on tie King of I'AIU Julo, all gal Warranted to Stand all Climates. At CsAXixas. J. WAYLES
English Mustard. D. H. AMES.DwmlMr BAKER
1 "sampttve euTerers. wo nreLl.tI to emit (Iall to find roush 11.lif.i". I prepmed from theib'! >venrliel i more lh.n he cUiuix for itU'e .
I would ak. h.," )ou the HhruniaUui or Goiu: 24. 1853. 61 CERTIFICATES from who have tested August S, 1854. 114m Jude
of COMSTOCK the person
signature "n it is ni-edlcsd! now to speak; its! < in' sp'oiilv! _
ffloicy .
tbw uot .I..a..t and we ku tnat
r .- i't ,'rarper. without this it is wurthle8bcuuuterfcit. R"., curing: oi'Hsh,*. coM 1 110 ntl'er I Innircornpl.iiuti; ,'Iil.1, you would line to drive ow'i'anKjnu.tutui away aa BOOU aj puut tole. Just Received, per E. Remington, the goods may be seen at the Store of the Company. Bank of Charletton.A .

: member tLil.CARLTOS'S. MMitlrrsilll 1 i j4 too Uicu UM TERMS LIBERAL.
fie oonump fS-
'] : 'fI of DRUGS and MEDICINES OENCYat New Port. Florid
i.. j* LINIMENT FOR THE PILES. AcIt fablii-hed in public: opinion to need eulogy now. nur.fa KINO OK PAIN." AFRESH supply te Dealers are invited to examine these goods before McN AUGHT A OP.MCOT.
0i14DyeStnff.4. ,
Jc ,:. .. i is uiw used in the principal hospitals, and in the From the X. Y. Dispitch. Au?. '.'5. 1S50.We ). Cemplaint Would you J u.s.l uter., rured). 8uiuui-r a'uiuot O'nup.aiul:Iinuiedia-e1,.hj, of;>r*towel lor. -AL.:50$00 purchasing cUevrLere. Newport. January 14. 1854. 2

: priTate practice (four country by an immense nutn 1 havr, 'rp.iion to fe.. bus, Cramp ('oli-. II... Ache. fiK-ih, or any otuerCT sCe Orders executed! to any amount on short notice.
; ., .. her of iudiri duals and (families first and most certainly II'n.r.rf t.k/ :\ finr palu, tbe reuiedt I U aiaipie aud th rure crruio. OintCfR Sulpliatr of Qnitifnr.FarUrand. CA UTIO .-Base imitations mad. of Varnished "
ill 4f I the tvS nf Dr. SKI-LIGHT DiGUERREiX CiUm
\ til" f.ivor; llall1""rIII; Rojrers' D. H. AMES.
of the and also India Rubber ,
1 4 1 for the cure PILES extensivelyan USE: tilE GUK:IT K1NI OK P.tlN. are already bt4ngoffervd in the market
'i : 1 : ,1 edecturtlly as to baffle credulity unless where its ,Comjyiiin.l I S.' 111 whie T Li n'n i-r\\ort t 1.1.1] T.ir. nisi Would you bare jour Sorvi, Kwllin**, Cau, Durn, April 22, 1854. 16 Therefore purchasers should bear in mind that all genuine OVER BABXARD'S D&UO VIOKX.HE .
$ 1 #T.xts are witnewed Ettfti'iliy in the following com- WI11IIHQ rep'-.i ft'ly I'II. all. ScaJJj llruitm or any other wbuujs ht ..J, we repeat ---.s.- good are stamped with ihe trade mark of the r subscribers respectfully announce to tk. ladies
., i who ire jifiVti: I. j ; U tU. GARDEN SEEDS
p11iltlD"Jp..1: ?' lib mlt'I. Arntr or 1Ir"ul' Company. WILLIAM RIDER. J. and gentlemen of Tallahassee, and rwiaity
; Chrolk.Ij"9iml; dintr "a/,S -r" 71rfllf. Brut-*, !,. pr'-ii'"iit' 5\III],!1f1q, to l.u1.a trial of Dr.R"gm' MAGICAL KING OF PUS GROWTH OF 1853. Aug. 6.'54. 81 6m. Pres'L N. A. G. P. Co. that their Gallery i il open daily for the reeeptkn of

,' B' dc S nl Ufcfr. \ preparntion. WouU you be cured of #c"U Head. S-il JolrU. Sort
Sp""inJ. n visitors. t taken of
Sunday excepted. me* all
-. li of l lurr I : "Ilie I l fn ,::i- ."inp,1, Asnnrw Ro'srns on tb<- Throat. >ruml ji.,hom 1'.. l.uiob tf>, T."._: "T KinfIVunn. RUTA:: Baga Flat Turnip,Cabbage.Beet. .:.,just University of Louisiana.
or Rtandinir. an fl.\'r forc4 Itlion "p.'ln Sit l Knruiii. llit'" of IVi-Mioui 11I : t'aapped H.AMES. sizes and styles of the art. Ladies and gvntletneoirt
.P 4 ..f..l! i t. 5'tv.'riv-.l' I ntrr' 'r n 'un'l each bottle, a id I \'
:t ujy>n lbll" itiiI I dlitn'l in led'welling ,' I hft1rujt: i i.. ; lliud and all other >orr'. rithr dry or riiouIu wta MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.Anuual I invited to call! and examine their specimen
4 r. an I t" I"i, e.ju lto and ti;htn.'sof I li lie is sold, wh iltsale and r.tail. by > &alu gnu ugtlu, TOCa KlMlbT i i. IT. J-ba JSUU December 24. 1 853.._61_ N. B Instruction given ia the art and all kinds o'

p ''.t by relaTi'ion of the pirt: ha: b-
4 :: .. L" cinccption.; Th tII"101:1 k of IIi\ < ff- 113 Chrtl.t.: ::'w Oilejoi. Would you tie rurrd of KIIIK 1.1'11.l! Ctortr, Tumor, commence on Monday. November 13th anilwill KUHNS d BAILET.
4 ,1 ** u ed) $it in the Ii,!,1, inIt acts like -h.mi.' Sole 1 ir"-iieril pj'-i.ta foi the Stati-f. to ,1'1 nil (order Kruptloni, or auy di"_ i>t the J-kiu rauMcd by luipurtbiuoti TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. terminate: in the ensuing March. February 11. 18M. 6 ly
t- : I is' f..r : M-it i s nui't 1-e nI'.ress.l.! l.SId tn.ii UM |1'1' John liuli'i- dMriiM. iiticruaiiy Establioiiment is now in full operation. All
.. I 1 I't:", ,Ied to please any pf rm thit "i try :t .lll.ppli..I.I" tt aud tlie Kin of fain eitermlh, uutuiuf cu lwctrialu THIS James Jones ). D, Professor of Practice of Medicine
r t'w// "-xt.v.r buy j it "ult\fM\ yu fa(. zils'i tD.. II. A'II"'. Rarnnrd .t lx'\.I'; '. luao
._ simile! t.u'nitu. 'Of Cjirntock t Bruthcr,In.1 proprietor( X.i I.II & C".. .:. ih s'V.. RoL'fis .t Sn. CIIta' all work done with neainensand di.spatch. Stone. :. D. Professor of Surger .
: ou the r.DUPES..JI". h'".liei' ; (0'... F Ualt/A-ll M-iri.-iti'i-i, ; J..r.lm.t Dt1on DB. JOHN DULL'SPILISCIPAI. All kind of work .!'j* team Work. Mill Work A. H. Ceuas M. D.. Professor of Ob tfetrics.* Cotton Seed--No Humbug.

r'V t "r"PJ Dr. ,i Qnincv ; A. H, Wjleoii: :tWI"lt| : :.alltt1 I. rricK Gin Geinng. Sugar Mill Circular Saw Machinery, A. Weddtrbum.. M. D, Professor of Anatomy. 1"BE undersigned now in Mississippi but icon t t.
IllTa Caou STKICT, Ox Loot CILOW MAI borne has nude
4 '. ,'r".r ,. r.RZfTrSCOtSTl. II.I"! ,". M t -11.t.1I. KY. Shafting Pulley, Hangers, Plough Casting Brass Gustavus A. Nott. ). D. Professor MiteriaXIedica.Thomas arrt&llgt'metatli1JIlLe
::c ? greehen'I-t: 1 Ii 'e the\b L1tl"l Jdv 1 29 4m..'. l. CI'JLLK Castings lc.; al*). Sugar Kettle, of any size kept Hunt. M. D, Professor of Physiology and most careful Planters in the selection and imjrtTs-
iiz .f j ( 4>I ment of ked U him with Cotton Seed
> supply fc d
' .. water waizzm fOr 8teftrn. whui fl1'lz lOBULE BY DRUGGISTS \IKRCIIANT3TllR80CrB-- I constantly n huid. All work done iu such an establishment Pathology. r *

I :.- pNI dA.i. ? il aiMii.; Perni ww| are u 8:\/been I It"IS deaf f'-r S. W. BAKER, our 1UlI UNlrEb.TATLt. will be done ly us, with a particular regardt Cornelius C. Beard M. D, and Samuel P. Chopp.'n: M. next er 'p. He has taken great pain tuproctrttL*
<, the strength and of the work. purest and best sorts, end mill; engage to furnub til
.. D. Demonstrators of .
I .
twenty an nlj Anatomy.The
years wrre i. ".tn i* AT-ropiiNtY AT LAW, D. H. AMESgeut Tallahassee. I.
Planters of FlotiJa with be'ter seed
hive afier UMI: n. e b-ittle. b-en made well. MONTICELLO. JEFFERSON COUNTY FLA. April 29. 1I54. Li on.NiiW Competent Workmen always in readme to put cp Room f-r dissecting will be open on the third Uan have tY.1kf..t
Engine, tc. been brought tu the State. He will drlmr
TO OWNERS OF AND DEALEFIS I IN nOH.SZiCarll Monday in October.
'c4.q ,'. P.iund r Oinlwn fir the rare .>fF M.tchl 13.1654. II Terms will be lil>eral. and all work done strictly for : The Faculty are Vi'iting Physicians and Sureeou the seed to the order of the Planter in St. Marks M
) COTTON GIN. cash, IT ucoe pled orders 1111 some bu.ine firm in this i v. attend Newport duriug I ll-e next fall or winter, and will produce
and C ntmc- of th Clmrit h..p pi tal.and this institution from
*ff ted) an I Pr\ri." r Wounds.1"wull Uruil in tl. Fl<-.I, nR.r. C. WHLTAKCIt, )!ace. Liberal prices paid fur old Iron, Copper and November till ApriL certificnte.attested.U ti>the character of the articles
and the
the Plabtns
:rfvr Galled Dicks Cracked le1.. Scratches, Cuts, Kiel RESIDENT PHYSICIAN THE NEW PATENT TEEL TOOTH CYL JJra- The Student accompany the Professors in their furnished standing frwn
& All letters must addressed ( paid to whom t: ey are obtained. 1 be kind furnished .3I
&c on bores. TALLAHASSEE. FLA. : ;;UN whose f.iilnuhug, bein reported| post ) vi its. and. free of expense enjoy extraordinary prac.
$: C.JfrJ.-Al of tho ab Ire Little Bmwn.. The White Mexknn the
;&ti' ollv by Cmtok
+ in rear rf the Aitor Hou*, between Birdaiiani <>f )"lt Olce buildiui' imniediatelv ulljl.iliug Dr. brought I., that .tate I.f |n-ifr<.-tin which lenderfcii* P. B. BROKAW'S persons prescribed for daily.In sought but will Mississippi either of the**other if desired.
*;:* > I'M .V "''. ""e d'K,r from /JioidintiNew York.. 'a.b. sumi" c&'rt iin'. F. r i-lnut bti|.le its great superiority 1853 the number of patients was thirteen thousand supply
Planter address him DCOl1tt
vf to hen all '.r.llt must be directed. 'Al 11.bv EDWARD January 14. 1854. 2 ly over the KIW: (;ill i ii.E'trikillg1.ul'l|>|Kirei.t to Koodjp-lge*. tJYERYAHD SALE STABLES, seven hundred and fifty-one. House wishing Florida Seed can at

> > BARNARD ut11 in who'is the Thie fjjicriorily: consist in it* I-.iving the lint cleantr T THOMAS HUNT, M. D., Dean. post-paid
:>' !> only wholesale Jealr for \ill supply A. PERRY AMAKER, itioie ''/!. ii .",(l/Tlt f,fJ,>i knot. and dote not cut, .-. s- Aiuru-t 19. 1854. 33 April !9. 18M. 17

,"MM"- C'Vintry mrcJlt" at the loueet pri'en. By Johnson breakr ia111, way injure the fibre, at the same I 'HE Proprietor would in- Jf

A Epi*", llontieello, E. Sdxa TLyma,ile, Ga. &TT8BHBY AT ilb7, time imjMilin; :: t- the lint that ,".\I \nd .ilv feeling 4r-L firm his friends and the Notice. Madison Circuit Court. Middle Circuit of florid

: lDi bv ( 'f pervni in crtrv* town.October TALLAHASSEE, FLA.Mav21,18M. wln-h I 8 n.itni.il: l to the s.i.11I.leIt'n) p.eke-1; lay hand public that he has rebuilt _ I TOTICE is hereby given that Application be Fall 1'n. lS 4. Attachment Sum worn

rvfrW1: : 15. 1W3. 41Copartnership 20 making' the lint fioin t the caii.e Jot I.f seed. worth his large Brick Stables at the old s'and, and is now .1., made at the ensuing ssion of the Legislature $279

-- fi" in J t" J i cents per: Jwund more than when ginned prepared to accommodate his friends and customer of Florida for alteration and)amendments in the charier 62100.Ricbard J.

Notice. JOHN B. GALBRAITH, on the s.iw gill. He also has attached his Stable, a good r.lack of the Pensocola and Georgia Railroad Company, May.
It clciins the Sea Iilaii'l t*
.-zF ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Cotton 'Iwiutiful. and will smith Simp where he will Lave done all kinds of passed in 1862.August. I
E. Wilmot
TIE ondmipned haTe this day entered into a co.parll'ulir' fin fioin, 6uO to 1 100U Walter George H. Walter and Richard
founds |per d.iv. and 1 o far a.* 26. 1854 Sm 34
; : in tbeWHOLESALE Tallahasscr, Florida. Maiiufuctuiers hateattd the lint Plantation work Horse shoeing nnd Cal riag'l' work T. Walker Merchant and Partner, using the nan
it, is iu a mm h
in the best and with
v. very manner promptness and aud eiyl of Walter d Walker.
: AND RETAIL Utter tvnd.tion fvr the Mill Land for Sale.
Office the : thaii (rout any other
t vS v upstairs IiI immediately "
t Capitll1 dispatch. pHE Defendant aDd all other interested will tab
::. !t DUG USXNESSUV&R ,. i: the S"inte Chamber. I Ort. 4. 40 III N-.ith Carolina! )IE-'f Battle A Son Edgccomb November 5. 1558. 44 TIlE subscriber will sell at a bargain bit well notice of the commencement of the above suit by
: AM) hTVLE OK "' tract of land containing 760 acres on the attachment and notified and
are hereby to
D. P. .
'fiE HOLLAND C"III.I11",1 Dr. 15. L. Hill.fWane and appear
MXi Comity MILES NASH & CO. Ocilla rivtr. and known as Sandy Ford ; two hundredacres plead to the declaration therein filed.
BARNARD & MAXWELL. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW ctenil others have tried the Gin 1.li Short Cotton the of which is hammock the balance pine. of whichone
POPE & MAYS PbuntiftY
i W'H'wV |iat ':,*'" iiid jie hihly 1.lf'lH,1 with the refi'JtIn Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c., Attoraey
They "i: be pleased to fee their friends Quiury. Florida, hundred! acres ore cleared. A new store houseis July !2. 1854. 29.
' ; : and patrons lit the old <>f K B IllanJ.Jr. TfXti the New im is Umnd) to sweep clean.- WOULD inform their friends ant! the public, that i on the place where a post office id kept and ia
> lun. practice in the Courts Ciijit. John Dcnoun of. rat "nla. who lUK-haocd the hand of such
pd* T./ .nisn i of the "rtl of M"iro) \yiLT I on a good assortment splendid stand for public house and store-persons $100 REWARD.
J''c.: and Clinton streets, where CIrcr they k.- (uI. .vid, (,Jackvm and Franklin! Connti.-f h'lt-t two Gins Mild in Trxi#, darlarcj] !that if he had articles us-are generally kept in their line of business, wishing to purchase will apply toSAM. .
ii'l..r 23.: !lS2. 42 \-c.IIIt'11I ill.t time havefinneil; ,
full zitnl general Bfwrtir.etit articles uppcrtaining I to ht whole crop, it and will be receiving regularly f.esh supplies. Their WILLIAMS.
would have made a difference f.ffruo 2000 to ;ill'0k) shall be reasonable.Tallaha KR50R OK THE STATE OF TLOXIDJ.
; .1; :: to their line of butinef nnd solicit the patronage of WILLIAM SCOTT terms Sandy Ford. Jofferson County Fla.
.#_ : their ft iendu and the public. dollars ins his fit'or. *!e.. April 9th. 1853.! 14 July 29. 1854. 30 '-\TBEREAS. Information ha bwn furbished

E. nAR ARD. Ja ATTTOHNSY AT LAW.. The I o illdl) fiill'l; arc.wtrrnnll'II 10 Ick 15((.0 pClUI.S! ( me. by the Sheriff fl rnan-
; TROUP MAXWELL.. ..f lint in I 12 hours. The 1 48 inch Gins will do from Wakulla Iron Works, Notice. do County. that CHAR5ICK J. SELPH
MO'TICEJI.O. I 1000( ( to I 1200 I jKiuniU uf lint in the f-amc time with NKWl'ORT' FLORIDA. with the murder of Thomas Stanfield, burokenjail.
Fe"ruar 1. ((4,) 1S&4. 6 July l SO. undersigned, administrator of the estate of charged
lljan -- -- proper 5p4.i.I. and to run tIM I long Itll a Saw Gin ; and fIllS Ettablishment is now in full operation. All THE\ A. Bezeau deceased, late of Leon County > and i is now a fugitive from justice.Jfom. .

Cheat Goods. BAKER & McIVER in c.i"e of failure,with proper usage, they will be made \' will be attended to with promptness and gives notice tonI! persons having demands against said t1J"'fuTf'. I, JAMES E. BBOOMX. Governor of

.c.. Sul triberc conlemplact good.Price all work done with neatness and dispalch. estate to them wi'hin, the time prescribed by he State of Florida, bv virtue of tbe authority vested

J suellanewkrrangsrnvntillt..eir ATTORNEYS AT LAW of 48 inch Gin ?:300. For CO inch $S26. To All kind of work such as Steam Work Mill Work law, or this present notice will he plead! iu bar of their recoferv in me by law, do hereby offer a reward of one hundred

-: business as makes it neceM.ary to I TALLAHASSEE AND QUINCY. FLORIDA. lw deliveied at the ncareht dcjxit or landing to the Gin (tearing.: Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery ; and all tho e indebted are requested to make dollar] for the apprehension of said Charokk J

(! l': of their prcfiit utin-k (f G'M'llTil"' St"-lv WILL' pruetioe in the Middle ju.d \Vet.tii Circuits |iurchni
..I1.;. di"p"t ni a f Wutchi-s (It 1 eveiy descrip J IJrita. and iu the Counties of Decatur and C'iih nn i ten ds 11 jul I Cartings ic.; also Sugar Kettles, of any size kept [Sl'ntinf't.] Adtninittrator I do County.

tion. Jewelry"OIIIUlp1y.:od., CItt'r.. Oinis, Plated Thomas, 1'here will be a t t ock .:these Gins kept i in Tall.ihiitheu constantly on baud. All work done in such an establishment August 261854. 8w 34 MEM.-Charnick J.Selph ia about five feet six incbe*

j Ar Ware, and numerous other arI
; : themselves to sell to cash i'IIt"nWrl greatly I I reduced Utl.JSG TalluJia\: Quiucy. Met 1 ;MS. E. T. Taylor. it Co. fir the ealeof theirsuwGins. to the btrength and durability of the work. tie stoop shouldered dark hair blue eye. low of

prices. TOWLE d MYERS. January ', 18S4. 1 ; Competent Workmen always in readiness to put up Leon Circuit Court-InChancery. speech resolute manner, and downcast countenance.

p4 April I 15. 1SF4.p Ifi All e"mmunit'lIti.n"'aIJrrfoII', d to ihe) Agent At Tallahassee Engines tc. Albert J. Pickett and Wife Witnes my band and the great seal of

Notice will meet with prompt attention. Terms will lie liberal and all work done strictly for and John H.Gindrat and wife the State of Florida, which I have nO&-

r Notce.ALL hereby given in aTordanre with tIll C.tlttitIItisnf A. K. CAROILL AOI.TT. M Fran IS, place. Tallahassee, or Quiucy. Samuel H. Duval Administrator capitol. in the city of Taliahawe,this
( t'.lnlt of fry this* State tliiil; at th<* next nspaii iii of tlu- (J<-n-,
S *prl"UI late; (f M.idis County, d.lcl""II. eral A f"einbly, application wiI., made for \ r P. S.-These Gins can be seen in operation on Short Liberal prices paid for old Iron. Copper and Brass. Joseph W.Field et al.j Sib day October. A. D. 18M.

wit! c.MI'- f.'rwurd and make immediate MvrncIltnh)4 to Incorporate n Company, ", beetyled the (CI.lt. Ct.U"at the eomwencemnet of the next Ohmin; All letters must be addressed (post paid) to Wing made to appear bv affidavit that JosephW. JAMES E. BROOME

l 4 thtme having cl l -m"11", ] agaiiiKl said ..lte11 present anti Gulf IL-iilrond Company. 0Algu't season at the I'lalltllli"n ".f Col. R. W. Williams Oen. M. H. POND 4 CO.. IT Field Sarah W. Powell Eldon Field Thomas Governor of Florida.

J. : the,,', duly anthenticatu'i within i the l'rCriL1 5. 1854. 3m 31 Win. H.iiley. 0"". John, lirniK-h, and W. F. Llovd.of" January 21. 1864 8 NewPort Fla. Field, and Harris Field defendants in this cause reside By the Governor-Attest:

:'4 by law ,they will barred. Leon County : Col. B. 1". Whitner, of Gadsden C. ; beyond the limits of the State of Florida to-wit: inState F. L. Viu.zrxnra
L -
S ; M. W M-LEARY. I TlMuuas M. White, T. N. : M..difon Circuit Court. JdJle; C rcmt nf Florid'. Young. if Jaekson Co. J. O. October 1 1854. 40 St
i : Ander BREWER ,
t 16 1854. E7 in and Capt. & C ThD WELL otherwise the said
September 8t do and answer
_ _ Attachment bum appear
1'rm. 1854. to
Pal \Or Daniel Bird Jefferson Conntv. and J. C. McGehee bill; shall be taken eofrf> against area Sentinel Jacksonville N eWI.Southern San
Fire and Marine Insurance. -0M 78100.(' E.q. and Col. R. Ilarriwm. of' Miidis-m County. CENTER 4 CO, complainants them;, and that this order be published once week Tampa Herald copy S times.

: Savannah Mutual Insurance Company ', hav- Willirtin MoN tight and James Ormond Mer(hnntn Tlielttr from the Mills Manufactiiring Company GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS in printed iu the Middle Circuit of -
) some
THE and .triers, using tile name and 'le of LlcNuiujlit I It tOrmond published below, gives idea No. OLD newspaper
z. .. established a Agency in this City, will pai kty sam of the value of 20, SL1F. Florida for the space of four month $100 REWARD.
; take Fire and Marine risks on the mat favorable ta. this (Oiu fur Long Staple Cotton. May 13. 18M. 19 ly AT CHAMBIRS Sept. 16th. 1854. 0"-
H. Walter and
E. Wilntmt'nlter.fle'rge' Richard T. -
t: crm Apply to THO. J. PERKINS, Agent. J. WAYLES Judge.A
'4, .J July 15, 1854. 8 3m Walker. Merchant nnd Tunnels, uting the name and HOLTOKE, Mass April 4, 1854.S. Notice. true copy Attest:HUGH Aaraxa. Ja, ClTc C FRNOR OV Tilt STATE OF FLORIDA.

:. style of Walters : r nilE Defendants and all others will take q.D, State for a Charter construct -\/v/ nUhed the Skeriffof Hernia
DR. JOHN P. DUVAL, \ ilterltt'c ", Sir: We have used the few me, by
JL notice of the commencement suit a Plank Road from Palatka to tome point in Marion /ETNA INSURANCE CO. WILLIAM M. ZLPI1 ebarged -
by bale of sea Island and other loog Cotton. AGENCY OF THE wi, County that
., TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. attachment and are hereby notified to appear and which you say was ginned on your Sea staple Island Cotton County near or at Micanopy. undersigned Agent of the above Company. I with the munler of Thomas Stanfield baa bro l

OFFICE AT TiE COURT IIOUBE. plead U the declaration therein filed.POI'E&. Gin.We August 12. 1854. 82 SraEKSKINE THE receive application for and make insurance jail nod i i. now a fugitive from justice,

? January 1864. 4 MAYS, regret in not having a larger supply of this & DILWORTHJ against loss by Fire. on Brick and Frame Building ,. .. '''.lor,. I, JAMX E. BaooM Go', '

: ._July 22. 18M. 29 Plaintiffs' Attorney Cotton to IMHS through our works : a larger quantity Furniture, Merchandize. Ac tho Statfl of Florida,by virtute of the uhorhy *

Notice. Notice. would enable us judge l more coirettly a* to the relative ATTORNEYS AT LAW January 29. 18U. 4 B. C. LEWIS. in me bv law do hereby offer a reward of "* ""fT M.

4r. "VTOTICE' i i. hereby given that an application wilJ.M merit of your Cottou Gin over the common MONTICELLO; AND UUINCV. dred dollar for the apprebcnk of said Wiltial1

"4 r b made to the nut General AI.tI"Y. to incorporate SIX months after date, the un.lffigt'd. admini.tra roller Oin.With JOB* ERSKINE. Quiney W.S. DILwoaTR, Moo ce11o Notice. Selph and his *af. delivery to the Sheriff of Herwn-

and of the estate late n 28 1853. 29 do County.
4 T' a Company called the TUabnut our experiment on the July ,
,. !? Quiucy Plank Rond Company.t tiadnden County Florid, 'i present his fIRIR.uutand received, we are of the opinion that mnl\\ lot of Cotton month after the date of this notice, I shall Hut-William M. Selph i ia about twenty..nD

August26. 1854. 2 in 84 voucher to the Honorable Judge of l'rLte does not injure the Staple of the your Cotton Gin Land for Sale.T SIX application to the Judge of Probate of Madison year of age, about *ix feet high ilende made dart

aid County, and nk to be discharged.O. there is an improvement in the evenness Cotton and and cleanliness that. WILL ell plantation on tern that are reaJL -II County. Florida for my discharge a* administrator hair and blue tfjt, quiet spoken, and ratbr a do'ocut -

: Notice. B MILI. Administrator. ol the fibre, wltich will increase onable and ac'ommodating to the purchaser. It of John Coleman, deceased. co Dance.. t
mnUrwlly the .u
6tn VANS RANDELL Adm'r.May .
August 12.1864./ Witoea bud aad tk* frmt
montts'after date I shall present my Acont value of the article aud reduce the cost of Manufac lie in Jefferson County, "Fla. eighteen mile East of 20. 18M. 20 8m the StAte my of Florida which I ban ea.'KAt. .

SIX voucher to the Hon. Judge of ur. I'. hOST *. L. U. u. DAVIDSON turing. Tallahassee, iu the neighborhood of Waukeenab. It ed to be affixed berato. Don at the

S Jffdrso0 County A late Sheriff and nJininisti-nlor, ex AaTII DOBY & DAVIDSON However these are questions which can be more i is choice land and in good repair, with two hundred Notice. [ ] Capital! ia TallahaMe; this Mk day of

; '9 officio of the estate of Henry Gnltbam. deoejise! late BAtisfact''rily settled by experiment on a larger and sixty acre cleared. Land buyer come aud eee October A. D. 1864.JAMES .

of mid County, and aak t be dischnrged from said AT LAW, scale and in order to accomplish this we hope vou for )vourselve ANDERSON PEELER. month after date I dull present my final ae" E. Baron

t : DANIEL T. LINGO.si TiC: will be able to furnish larger stlpp1ica'of long staple _May 1854. 18 tf SIX and voucher to the Judge of Probate o' Governor of Florida.
a/ilio. Fr.RDA
t 1864., 87 Cm iu the of Florida Cotton giuned by your Sea Island Cotton Gin. Madison County as adminutrator of Lucy Robert the Governor Attest.
Cpmbr WILL practice Counties of Welt Your Truly.. Notice. and .k to be discharged from my administratorship By -
in F.L. V
ForiJa K.Secretary
: Land for Sole. All business entrusted t their care will receive prompt (Signed) J. L. DAVIS. Agent. will be made to the next General JAMES ROBERTS. of Stat.
Hadley Folk Co. Mill State for a Bunk Charter to be May 6.1854. 18
October 1. t8U. 40
: ub crfber itflter f iii aalu FUnUtioo. lying Jontl0..1864.
q j THE mile* East of Quincy. o h.Swamp Cr..- Dmbr U. 1858. 51 23 tr located within its limit, with a Block Dot exceeding JOSEPH, II. DuPONT, %. Sentinel,Jacksonville New*v,Southern Sunaca
to tract three boo- Notice Tampa Herald copy 3 time _
are five bondred acre io ,
Tee- of wbk-b .d ared. it i* land a* can Notice. 18 hereby given that Byrd J.Strickland hat this day Augut 12. 1864. M 8m IA riiO M fA ir W9, Notice.
gfo interested will take notice that IiI filed iu the office of ibis Clerk FLORIDA
founJ in Oad Cotnitr. On prrmwe e a persons of the Circuit Courtof QUINCY ,
,,. 0 b dwelling ., Gin H"U and Screw, wit revS. ALL : .after the first publication of this advertisement. Jackson County his petition praying thai his name Notice continue to occupy the office recently occu SIX weeks.after date, the nndenigned will apply

g outbuilding ceary AD a furm. TH' I intend to apply to the Hon. Judge of be change 1 1 that of George Waihington McLiixWPereon X TS hereby given io pursuance of the requirement of WILL by the late firm of C. H. J. H DuPont. ihe Hon:Judge ol Probate for O-oWw Count7
the Constitution of the State. that at the next ice- the estateof iaP.Larkinadeceasedh
m.lfe easy. AdJret m tiiruugh the Quinvy' P. to. Probate of leon. County for a discharge from my wishing to object must do to before the Spring 'practice in tbe adjacent Counties of the Middle fr letter .dministrati-n on ..
lion of the General application will: be wade and to of isil Cciunt
of the estate of William H. Term of aid Court to be held the Aunbly
or see iD. at my residence, nine mi. from Administratorship Brock ou first Monday iu be and Wttttern Circuit He will also attend the tern U. 8wtl WIT.'
for charter to Company to styled THOMAS
a a
Road leadiu T 11 ) eubroughi:-de.eesi'd.ELLEN May uext JOHN W. POOSER incorporate Va"--
? <> :" Clerk. I Ooqrt fa Till.lmw '
the "TaUahweee and Georgia Bailtwa Ooajjitny. of tb*Snpwa : !
I Tjt2t1$54. HUDNAL, Jos 17, IfM. H-t 8.rt ait rFl- ) mi. 17 fm A-ra' It, 18,. If *M I January lifi. !: ,'