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: September 29, 1855
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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lerfiro t .Gen. Can; Mark the time bt their birth, and they *rs ..oftheir' the humility of the -national:pride.in the 81 p. ;ahbg 'tAat 1$ net right'and i to $ubmti to similar.to that of-tfcilVhigs} in doe course of wore
II r ff rnn : II JACKSON, earlteet existence. TTre/ sprung' from : !??&u'm.ut ol. foreigners to represent in 1w. nth.ing4 i* wJ" If they do they wil. time awaitsthemat-tQO:- South.v- I prefer cal-! i General G vernmenthWosini1hands;
1S.5. party strifo:f n th !year 1892.- Neither'of eign countries.It' : find themselves.in tbe midst of thejAmericans, --I 'Ji< (* > '* j i t T. i!of the '
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them can!vitk bj.tgrjc.tngh 4ate their,existence is" time! *:that' every American citizen for such,is their creed. But if we should find ling Jt.the' Kjww' o*'' ihfr-"partr r'I at present bate244 prMeatajStttlh 'CoWeiiNortb.tor
1 To MK CHArtcs E.-DITXK, !beyond.that period, i TTieir first contest should he filled with'deep sulicitnde--for Uw them-m fevdr-of ihe'priweedings'of the O-Herif* as thetitle was, onepf.ttdr witaect1otand ,, fmm diet

Editor f&* fJoHdian f* Journal: for power was in the memorable druggie of preservation of our Union and the safety of Con vent ion,44 tee must have >Cvbtnjtale orteiture *oqder.it.* most',, **of" their' tietqries.I ave'ee* i ",' ; Sp ,Soq wd jet Jj .Nprtbj COfP-
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,wverdeingjfcrkieism yr-ur 1836, whichresulted the election of Martin our.institutions. Foreign influence, for. many -if-'Spain villAotsett i'ite mu&ttaks won, and-it*is- with tk&titf youare'.most familiar. plains thajMht! jpolfcjr erf the Government b
editorial of the 1st instant m y be, and how Van Buren to the Presidency. Mark this years -past sufficient to control the Presidential it "-ifwc.should find ibis m rkof national .. Hereafter..when shall .have..erueiI [ shaped'aritl WtroUea'i i wCiTA
deserviog.ol you are 1 for having eventful period in oorcountfy'ailiistory. The election,-was, during the pAst year, increase dishonor, :thw warrant' for land piracy anH I -> + 1'- 34 f"* le sO'itibe: w.theirtgM bTngiX and d M
-ever article materially censure miireprrs.nted R Abolitionist was then (h* gloomy Insulated :! by immigration.to the extraordinary plunder, wt will reject them'a ihipostors and by its aets the litle of American, exdvJirely coufithtdIitwithIs; :and not 'on :.c ocntof

nn that coritairJed: in ryour editorial) of tbe ** prophet of plagues, .forever.boding ill," but extent'of 388,643 persons, number sufficiently no followers of Gen.:Jack.xonl I.will call ,it so., For,many of its members numerical ) or .jjhy icl s eri ft Jot4hcpnfederacj

f rtions ve1I aS< Mtpment: ,: ConIain J cllSth n mV without the power to harm the instituttpns of .great to settle and popple four such Do they agree with him in The patriotic amongst us I entertain a high respect,and regret ,. In tbsugg1c| whic baTe

U of Um/aftfc.'.!( August. ye.t i feeling aTOach our country Their ronlroversies1 first cheered Stales as Florida in one., year, They allwent'to sentiment expressed in his farewell address that i I: cannot view tie principles.inculcated taken .p ce''iri the last jii w'.ji&iwyfan. on

letter ; 'erert ini4hemqmentous qur.stioas him on in his mad n.tcistnahd his gloomy he North, settled in the North, they when he says, he neces.-iy: of watching by its platform in the same light The' thtIJI f of thefeqtfsl rTghVbf ,
oVpe introduced. in several editoriaj-: i-wsalk of iTi!'rheE? : trh!party,through tLei are all believed to be Free S oilers and *hoIi. with jealous anxiely fur the preservation of the of as j6irrt partnert-in tbe 'unlos to settle- withtheirslavei
'uv.nlcanieet for the your rehoterer57 ; persrinti .Northern: friends hare altornately courted and tionists, and a home already provided tor our Union1 war* earnestly'preyed upon his fellow pretennitting of a denialto Congress fhe-n, ,TerotoH ,>-tbe j id'it.-

ieaui rWith r yMi-. tstv*ti il**. -'couct, arcsscd hjm ; ,each .have, pandered to. his them in the North. The territories of Nebowkal citizens by th Father ipf< his Country i inhb the United, States, bf the. powcr'to legislate ceiyediby jJie SojathvrpnvlBfl jtat nqiPjniocratA

to' SHcb repose asyerarowo rpfl cDroceed -. 'strength asd ,tmwer, and each Have, l iii turn and J.CataI.are represented to besufficient.inextent farewell address He hm.there told u on the. subject of slavery in the Torritpnos, I far exceeas; that derryea ,frBntio -
t1Lt_ bripgd owed sncppss and vicforyiqftfl; alliance with to lorm ten Scales as large that "white eperienc'hallnoU1av.e dei.ion.tratfd gives tlevyhole: qo swnon the.part of tb'e V Northern \\Vbig I allude to the pawgbror
to:3$ 7rII ; ., the cbmbtnc'd inf i nc W foreigner* and; Abo'litloniglSyiiritil AS V.iiginia. ;Thftsp ibrejgners have"only! togo its'impracticahility, 1h.ewill alway* up ( the bill Qf 1350whcfi rvde*, for t&e] admission
the l Nothing
South This is done io oow-
.oM .jMMrt&n.poD&er&on.lias from de- no\r that fivrign uipl aholitlonpvwer ib'theseI Territories and niake oath before'a', be. reasOn to durvstthe- ridiumofthtiae'tcho V J 4 ) Li i._ -- *bf Ut i"Ii 1i'Statei
iH health prevented; me
I Jtfy; earlier day; the' grounds I'as- ,-.*' one onii'in'ii'Jle.II; ; acqul rpd a Jifttice' of the Peace'that it is their intention in. etty quarter may endeavor tceakea-its or American partyplatforni1and is a.tacit acnowledgemenf either with' or- witborfi V

I jfcadihg in an Nasbvllle speech, which uracted : strength find .assutned a ppition which trvhecom* citizens.of the United States, an bonds1'! and he has cautioned ui'inthe.striti. .'that the NqrthenrStalcs, wili| decide upon, their ,itppIica4aQtfairy'adioisKl6n,

I ,tim ed :particular my attention. < ._ threatens tht disiiilutio of'the (ii,vornmeni, they are. at once, invested with the right to gest *erms against.the formation of parties on"geographical their majorityin Congress, |he execptiye into.thq union, kn'thorjartktt1arJy was
your and'th 'ant)5hilatJon nf all Its' i institution's. andare eligible to office under the. discriminations of .the this the in the oT the KarYsaa
I s&4on that occasion .that, the .creed and vote any as one judiciary,, have,the ppveiyif.they choose to case, .nat&ge
identical Is it not time that true: hearted Nutive Government of either of these Territories. means which might disturb out'Union, andlto Nebraska pflljb'y;vfluchtlio"hiimens; terrifo-
of the Amerfcan
4 : principles with the principles and maxims party of General American. citizens-that the working classes Hundreds and thousands -these immigrants which designing men would be likely to re. exercise it, of exc1u4ingt1e; slaveholder-frorn ry comprised'' within'these two boondaiesii1 1

,Jackson1. You( endeavor ta controvert I his byreferringf -hcmoral and physical power of the nation are now in the Territory of Kansas, contend sort.-" Do they approve ot this sentiment ever, occ.upyingapy.octheTerritorio; and thrown open equally .for. setdeteent jtpth; .

46 %ppnlntmeot off Chief Just iceTanfy -the men,who fi httbe battles! of the country, ing, man to man, ort equal grounds, so far as Let their past conduct and the: files of your consequently states to be formed put of them. slaveholder fjeesojler.j Ut TbisWljtbolishett, .

T by Gen. Jackson. Judge Tanoy; a who pay the taxes for the support of Govern votes will go, with Southern men against the paper answer. But it is the sentiment of the All the rest.of.their platform,onr the..subject that ;unc .ustiti ,pal, :nnd imaginary Jine pf:

I Roman Catholic; ThMLa3oae.ig.no objection ment,1 'men who seek no office, and whose establishment of slavery in that Territory. American party, and they do distrust the patriotism merely recommcndatocy,) and I may add.de 30.30, erroneously cafle.the Missouri 'CoinpromiseJine'of -'

I- his eligibility underlbe AtoericajB.r.frrd. only desirp is fo see the Government their Why is it that every true American'cltizen; of all who in any quarter may en.deavorto'excite this omission the rights 1820, th> 'passagef fj j Meh; ;
to i i.deei.Ic4d c&ril-aUrgrairce, creation and their choice administered with does not raise his voice with indignation one portion of our country: precatory. ; has douftmore than all otlrefaw soaBibined,

The question indirectly, to .any jprri n power wisdom and purity; is. it not time,after seeing against proceedings and consequences *o fatal one portion of the great American family th'e minority are virtually surrendered, :and for-the'last thirty-odd years, to noriruib fecU.iagSiXif .

directly civil or'or ecclesiastic. I: believe be does'not the fatal tendency .of twenty years, of party to the.repose and safety, of our country? Why against the other. And it was to .restrain the Federal nature, art-'V-J the consolidation 'sectioruil ]hosdjky,and prejndicei-bet -

Ii is Atnericanjby' Tiirtlyedacatioh ana* strife; for them totnltik and act for themselves] is it that) every Democratic organ, and every such men-to preserve the .Uniou-to cultivate power in the.General Government acqufei edin. ween;the rand Sontb/and of which
He an and is therelorer errgTbl 'undfr lhe (o abandon theVlfisV politfcians who would Democratic politician is the zealous advocate' patriotic affections, and to cherish peace I: cannotbelieve the.Southern States, Thpmaa; Jefferson said th'at it ''ioixnddfri

& training American, creed, to the high staiinp he Gils'/ TaMpadnnd'jeopardize the safety of- our cbunIryto of this foreign interest and foreign power !- and harmony in every part of bur wide spread when consented form the Union hts'ears as-analaTnf; rj I afcine'fleaddf oightr
to ever
said in Nashvflle speech'that "those : procure'office for themselves and gratify Is-it because these organs and politicians are country, that che-Atrie.rican party was firmed. they The history of-its pimgU showv that iirvtsa !
I my to btbe. followers*of General tbfir unhHPottfd ambjlion.$ ? I-4 j.' .not time to, more liberal, more tolerant and less proscrip- America has nothing to fear from the fleets contemplated being placed' in the position of forced nponithe Sooth/that time a.i -

who pretend wound (he national honor,,humiliate unile for the expulsion! .nI| foreign and.abolition ttvH.ihan other men ? Let their past history and armies ol Europe, while our happy Union inferiors or intended to have the compact so minority, by an ..arbitrarj majpritj Ort\

: Jackson national pndeod da ger the public inHiIrnce from the councils of our country and Mnd present actions answer. Where and shall endure. But lie has much to fear from construed as to place 1nthe hands of a majority and only voted, for by. a f>ortJad\of the &onth,

the appointing'torrigners to represent for the support 'of hat'' constitution and that when did any Democratic press or any Democratic foreign influence, especially when that influence. die destiny* slavery* Tlus right the* as the best terms they cdbU .tnalcenpon: The
safbfy by union which has made iw the happiest and politician tolnrate any principle or any shall control the pulilic press in tbehaml admission -into !the \'orMlsitotrrhas & :
'0 twin"foreign countries various,'fecITo ministers appointed tMijoure.py to- most prosperous nation on,earth ? man opposed to Democracy ? Where is the of those who almge. the national; hospitality Northern majority claim, to have by the pqw- slav&fitafe;. The vote' Virgfelktira.19;: -
of the.
rat ,. abroad'three only are of foreign I h.lkve 1hf' 1i&o&fuignappointment Whig, !ib -least or the most distinguished t fir I !hf a perpetual( agitulioii of the most'del.icate er of inhibiting slavery from neWTerritofy, against the BUI to.4 in favprofi and that oftho.Nprth .

birth.represent** Genl us ZoUicbffer now, and for'mnnyyears' 'i.irialshed by-Gen.. Zollkx>ffcro Jm true, lint I talent and personal merit aad -respectability; and exciting questions, whioh array and through the Union, and boast that they intend ovcrlwo-Uurdain favor pf ibijoa*.

fcof tho most' distinguished IrL!: not, .siiffir .ntly ioforraed and will not of, character, who has escaped the malignity provoke one section of the country against to liroit.it to its present boundaries,'and aae.! .Tjje.iSonth warn ed!the" NortK'ittimejthe *
paz?, one fonits entire One of the'Democratic' ? Where the other the bonds of lh Union tfll-'was forced } tlieth bftL
front the Siate ofTp.n therefbre-vpucb accuracy. and abuse press -weakening confine 'it to the slave states until it : : npoir ;
-Congress the result ,of.a. : of the persons named "on" 'that list, Mr. S. has there ever been a party so illiberal, so and prompting to its disrulutiou. Men Irivinjr present certain c rlscqriencea thattnast- asa l> _
the following a.i
F nessee, gives examination of the Blue Book," Medary,1 Minister to Chili," has made an angry intolerant, so prescriptive, as the Denv'crau'c no bond ol kindred bloo'd t Id bind them to our ceases to. exist altogether. This .is my con. setUement of thee OTntryif Aey pertistedin -

the.,careful record of the Government : "A response to- Gen. ZolUcoffer, in which het party ? Why then -should the organs of tha.1 nation-no hereditary claim to a particjpition: struction of the doctrine of the Know Nothing rerosir iooTie half c>f the jo t panning a y, .

I, public'CatboUc: isa member of tho Cabi. : ys that he did not accept the office, attd. that party be-so.talerant of foreigners and foreign in the glory of our revolutionary hisiory-men platform, and the inference that I-draw share Jn the.Jemtpxjr, Acquired bv4hcirJoint -
d Cathotic'Frenchman has been sent .as. he is tbo editor of-Jk Wpap met, a en Austtrian he has not denied the only important fact-.in There is an alliance between the Democratic and love our whole country and who when nov existing thefe'/and li&ely toV ontrane there,
to -
Plenipotentiary, be the The party.South most
Itd Minister to correct
Englishman to Naples, issue.--that he is of foreign birth, thus confirming pirtyand the toreignMrnmigrants. Foreign they shall (if that awful day must c..me) have one are only the legitimate1 frujt orfffieprhiciplpaeingrafted'm "'
to Holland ao suborfinatW offrcf ( Genl Zollicofl statement, that band ers Hrt'l foreign influence have becomo essfntial kindled.lhe consuming flame of disuui- and claim fbr.it a different one, or they could not -th'e bfll/aod the natural result ofa ir
&c., : all others whoe is stated Democratic before the dreadful stand jit With construction,it, Tia -tBe bill
II. of the tDepartiwent' Ml*r.'Roman i birthplace not elements of power. Foreign rebellion, may retire conflaijrationto upon rny tyranical proscription- true
I. -Catholics rs one.-** These 'are stgniS. in the Blue- Book" are foreigners by biith., ers and foreign influence support tbe, Demo their native Und in n far belter well may we of the South exclaim, save mefrom.my abolishing this imaginary line between* the ,

facts except iwrhich should 'avakena> most It is asserted jon Authority entitled to the highest cratic party,, and Democratic politicians will condition than when they left it The mission .friends.who thus place me and my North and South, termed the Kansas; Nebraska
cant 'American credit, lino tlii Mr. S.: Medary, now -the support foreigners aifll foreign influence, until of the American party is i to gave our country Bill did not .receive the'Votevofthe1 entire .
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apprehension > .e ef.k the of enemies..Upon .
sensitive -
iban helores editor of.'the Statesman in Ohio, and the advocate the honest working men, the patriotic citizens from tho (lire calamity of di citizen who loves his It could country out better l e"cedeflta! of the"election to thfe office of Governor who love their'country and their countrymen lion. This i ia if o )p his
VTVfr the plr.riy.proportion" of Fr'rtrM.nf \\9 8rt of Cha:; lh'. !late Abolition Senator; from more than they love foreigners or foreign the Unin and ;till the iiH-iluli: :i* '| elections in Tennessee,Kentucky, Nortl House. And without this strong lyottf ofOhd -

great in* cmnpari soV with" Cfftholic, In a Prm.estant .- U4.t State; drew from tzeI'ra.'ury .of th power, shall arise In their majesty, rebuke freedom. It i in-iy Iy ib-- Vuiifal bef re, will Carolina, Alabama and Virginia, we find the Northern Democrats- bill cophtnotbo

0 country,4Ucould; ot occur by,accident, United JJtu c bU; outfit of.nine thoo and do\\. their leaders and vindicate the principles ol ruthles! hand, he strikes down the monurrnntaof same districts electing members of Congress, been-passed. Thus xeaf/pg""an acting*j>Ta
tie >a itiag pnwrw should lars, and then refused }to perfomi one hour's the Union and ik TV n iitution.r unr cfrio glnr; l.f l iro the curtain .shnli rise form, jnrbrth.Vola'mes of-\fpttcn .and groans] '. ; -.
change that
or ,, Catholics aj owl n{ twen'tv- servicV-as'.Minis'er' to'Chtli. Nin i'' thousand nave unbounded-confidence'in j the patriotism on the first sc iie of ihut awful tragedy whit as Know Nothingvthat were formerly represented sory ones. \ ,t''" jl :

place twenty-seren one department of the GOT. olafs!la very''goVid*outfit-fora'Fon-ign AboIrtlon and virtue of the great body of tbe. Amer- must (ttIIOWthe desolation of our happy [miami by Whigs. In our own county, the I regret to say, for the i dif of. th0"oM

.eminent'eight officers'4ia ThM": CathoHcs were bought for Beferspaper. cart people both io the North and in the South.A R. K. CALL. recruits of the new ,party are made up almost Whig-party, of wrwm/theref' son* % 4orj !

hy the' "Eiecntfre to'' hw placed-'in po >. tn But whi! I<}o nt vAurh for.the entire c. fearful cri'is.isapproachinc, but the peopV exclusively of old line -whigs-so much 50-in tbeHoase; feoto tHelNo artfil ft'i

S be clothedwith cfficulfiJignfty, .and rewarded :curacy! of.Gen. ZoI1icof1r'ssaternept, there. will defend the people's! Government, they jT eiiruaL make Know than not one supported BllP l %?
'T' rnnd 3nbian & ( easier is to a Nothing a
S Iobt. And enough noir'& ft''nrv :iplelllgeni citizenmd will 'come to'the rescuR, hand in theyWM1 one. 'rhe. 15 or 20 Southern WMg mi1et

L with i emolument.The, ao ope CathoTii-can vote, a multi'* enouadnire/ the Drgani ofi1z ar1, ; romV-to defend the.'d>tinirv and it* iintituiens. _.__-.___.-___._._-_______.____._.;___-______-_-_._._..,__-,_-_- Democrat out of an old Whig. I speak from overwhelmed by 'such a'*deniSrof AeirMJonstitutional -

'tfdeinaunif.aihgle why was.jt j soj ah'd coneentrated Jwa tftidraaon to uisfy alt thatrfrcry The mission-of the American pinyit ; TALLAHASSEE : experience on this subject'and; tell yon that 'rhts, by their-Noc tf-era brethrep, ; ?

r r given to-redtpi.aitend b bas paid number foreigners have been appointed 1o ,Hijsave.ihe Ljriliii./ '> it> save; th Ctitittii.'ri .. V the prejudices of party and sect lie deeply have since refased-to coalesce'with.thp.4. .'

for that TYitcbyfae 'spoil of rictory, by coo; office both at home and abroad. *I WMuId-jjivr! in all its. parts and beautiful proportion-, sunk within the recesses of the human heart The greater, number of the: Norther democrats
emolument all,.the rights, of.national'hospitality, to the that it rrjnyi; !likft the hen'fcnity /4 Divine Saturday, September 29. 185. who voted forthebil4b4Ve been since"
ndr .
ferria r office pewsad; is the,
caaJu3ipn is irrristihIe.- adopted cMzrns of thn Republic. I would Providence'visit' with .its equaU Wesiin Jt toViiig defeate4 where the- i"LfditeI (or tC -

In CaiHoUcs.ibfljhUtory r.tTh of, ,criminal! jurispVudence bunof make them full participants .f all the bussing* every man rfour-d'ttion and every acre pi ADDRESS % raoks,-and the conservatives North, ae* soiWrisaa ,

L d_ lire tp-Tb foond"/vrhere: of liberty,'and givethem the ampleprojectionj our.ocflao-liound country, from the Allanjic tthePmcific. < ting with the Deraocrtaafbpth act !edmuost-.see gatt1'

tt cases fH lto5rictec'and!' ift>red death: j our laws, in pursuitof fortune and ..ofhappiness. : Delivered Io the Democratic' Meeting held at we must look to I for a re cognition of thwigbtB 1 1p

on cIatftiI r2ii fu *&* ctseuve, ., Hut I would not beetpw pfHcn I .will now take-the'leading nvasnrrs and Quincy, on the 1st of September, of the Southern States as.equal arid joint partj ?l: fearnot VC73di4c 3ft4h( z

:.thz.n4he.iiUnw1anOe.; rrayc4&i ii upon.them Af a reward for that concentrated maxims of'General Jackson's' administration BY ARTHUR J. GORMAN,, seat of.ffovemajent ensuing. ,wneOur :-
'- the Union or-to- ourselves,1 of it > 1- '
in' '"T *"
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,TOte which ;ConlroJs, the.balance, of and"shovi* -their- idehtiiy with the principles tiers supPO.u Norm *wbo
tIm ii PWiJPf Ibe Presj4.ntuf4he United foreign And published by a resolution of said Meeting duty is,4o party" wahteeeden'ts
Stal power, :.And .orrupti. the ljudioas of our and creed of the American party, anti l in d'.iiigibii Should old;party ties prove,equally strong at have 'proven that to pbni*n'i*'

*Buf J act
Fellow CUIens-n ta
I Wlats-Wfr 1 yir Dernocraiic jarty.of FJonda to boUi.--! : deciding :oftbeic! ostiiwtwoja 'Zoig'u
ifefpi Coniuls sodth'ete"1 : f that the novelty, mystery anH .popular'cap'- .
ptt1LIrI,41ce ei$1Qpectapd.copMeuce They !w" H not love one kss, nor bate the other the Democratic party; under,the'present aspect ; tion, That Americans, shall role-America," there:j'swiroi sgijard f\tfjCj\ ,. ,.. ,
of.teG yer. more; "by'lJndlriffU'corresponierice'' in-"their of political affairs, I feel irdue-tomy; fi the?..South '5068. so untoouay! flF
: arc rcz7z % athefrfletslpflative and regaril .tjt'etnpn :;itfoipeL.r) U. r.1 .. ttOa state, that I do so as'a State Rights (whenwas it that 'others/ever Jdid isbtfind strengtheo.them idiuchndlifsi sri
c4Q'are JCJithU1 n ..oIeqjImFii1L citzcn. But they' An fewfew.ipdeed,, I am 1a.sarea .Ihey approve sorne.nf f: man' of the strict construction- school, belie; the impetus of ;AJ3e\vpartjr has/me iumb1 _u i.lATM t ..i'J i :t.-t:Ai_' :
t ereAWiogitis:3aii \vbeo compared with the bundreoV'pf tbous.nds' the priiiCApieiHof.lhp. domestic policy of Gen. worn off; flresumpUpn.. jsthat mtbjtf be wotid-bard "otbeni trine

} } of'ignbra'nf'aiild vtclous'fo'relgners'ifrowannually Jack ta. JjPnt.thesej, are unimportant when log, AS I do, that a government administered*reaction, the Democracy of the North will unto bimsellvTbe pjenJac&tic: PIczi. ,
etr'Ji.L&ibL landed on our sbonis.x Aadljttrt9 compared; with1 the 'principle* on8'vhich he tipbn that'basis; is the onlyrefuge opento a 'iinder standard. tin the dent liw.v hij d nobjv aadT honor- ,
rally again. their'djd ;
reject this ufrJUMLasfuptingelement from subprtrtedWirCTinstitnlional'Union'artd; ( threatened and aggrieved minority/and tbe ? him (ori.t,. A tr ct constraccon joftHe Udn-
ftMz4aq1 $. from'Tinarchyy treason and rebel- snbjecl of the religious.test.of tbe.Kn.w.i>Jotb>
p,4.SPrk e our country ; only resource now left for safety.totE Sooth,
lion t1H|domestic pplicyi might, |he Changed, or'JAmeVican'party pla OfcVptfftfct rtniil;
ietary oLcation ip on&i : Th'i4M ccc ; and Us insUtulions. -" '* ;t ng /J.i.W .kfci 4 |ft/-* >/t 'th6utrgtnhi't !
biiiaW 14 Drr41iflI4nLit7 racird ,JpIiiie:1but: from ptriiitic tIpvoioti ,,4 if11po v1 ?V-u"s might, yet V merit will suffice to show the intfrfcst we here rnhj tlty'hasobeejtrati
; .p lJgIric.'t ji1 It is Well known to most of that in ..
bigbijUNjibt4ys ; prospr. B4Jt the Union,'inthe ofwaxningion you Kave itt the'question.; Oat tff 900to'180CrVo/- tl kSf I Inse1fsJe

,; ;z,;? R1443n3 'iililms t a; nnaJRCKBBH, IB me piuiMuiamfPWiri times pact my Associations, politically; haveBeen pQES1hIiMIL io le at7ict '
pj.the.GeXre.I Sfl.jt.1iIak hdwrith.bcnpp.nt.. afey1'Ih.! Union Hs tWocasket with!!' the:Whig party; but viewing it as ters in this-. county.t we- .KaTe"h6tlcmBiili9gle'r '*JS" O* /''fiwkJloman / onstru.etionit of tlia SLat I

qrflTe3Itin *8i were lr.. ed .tovflfij ,.WnleMbf* ueqijiifl4 whiebihoids.-th'ejevMls of ibmLtflOt. B publie 4he now dissolved 4 and a new' one having arisen Catholic, for gn.oro Jara V
and more 4kserv&I.r1han native Ain.rkanitieiJA'T liberty,,:, U.tbcbespirjt sbruie.which holds J I have been able to ascertainit __ -; and. Leonjd4tI .
ashes consider it ?
from its1 ,
like my { 4-,
.L free4om. ; phoenix r.ea. '
ictba1 fren ad 1i1eOt Breakjt,
recot r : ; unnecessary further to riot afford Cause foil nrjoni
TeaTtedunder the .pitu1io Of the tbthe followers 'dutyrto give my'aid,1 as faraiein me lies-tofiirtier I that to Virginiarthe- mother of.staXe- -
.Th.eseWber. hite4Stste&4to1a fndof'th& Union look and protect, the interests and safety oftqy antho11i9f.prularijr .
joreig1be1pL men and of States, .the". OW. ,'X, t
: rnan aV'trie Hie''bt 'yhar papprin fifty-see..the-- Secnon'df''ciMritry:ahd its ,-byfakmg'Bome 7** J> i usdtrt9rWadry4.Ir
1}_S ,., j the honor.jof <.ithe irsi'itAlftJaat! L-. ', 4. ___ .
eVJc bQfto.eDa1e b overnb.flflcj pee. iemp rotft..zeal
et1 $i( tsothtTthi eJrcMpn f-ift candjoVf W.;* '. ?'J' t H 'i' 1LPA u-U. put her veto on'the' flag'tfi'at td!: icf1ong ii** t4t'e
th& tp4bt & DPSt.ti ; ffhtht; opeply! awwed his preference 6>r disu inn 'to, T ifehort'review borne aloft, and with sucB BUCCCSS" weping
( ;lQR7 ''Ictwtrand lE rilcpjei rthmrCbt4roni1s' thetfdrbatedIn0ter of h&asti' eem tr>.b. tbef tbe-eotire tier -

; ir n 'fjpI esr?aiM'' J W bVi*itorea" p ai an4safety cxMireef to arriire atuijutcnclUiion: Maine,to lgJy p rthern 'Th !
') not American motto .\jmaaiplian\ and
(I t iiiiWt.? to our ditr1l.c tfty. Followers 'is1 tii'wh'Bt'pbMtion we iir&eSorth'novW: ) putipughL unit1l

Can CiJt% ..cont.mp1iit; cers hold power and be ajart-of fhis'Gtfvvffepth ..didU7tflIw "(,upyinthO l a Unmn'airn' bow the dangers with'which' nobly has ter Southern B1& ta'tes ustained m Mn {' -

PY1r rcres! her an ;her Just deciwucd'ithTisi.inay..U)
!Aj tbeattied'tiiay' be beiver.
bengIdtt1r *t# bs itry1i: mey )qlitw. pohej approre of his.conduct whemeiins wear ever"be. r 1 11'3f3'* t \ w &_ehnneiplero

Jail oa tl ear mad agon the heart Hkr Lheros. rt repreent vs n4fl t hIitI1 toro a'/'and'aittiong; thelldeiii 1''i4shto convey The.late election in the'S '
% b'4P4 of ? the ave ftiiui'otteS mdcij.by tt the stability and coniiq.oftbts i/cbn/ ctl* ,1

ise iencfl erthaiterm. ;MI sttirg racy lies-g ITi -tour'of'ungariTinj general

kuUifledM )&tOerti comiink.totbofaIthlt Ksssuth, througbYtWiWtesjVpianoth'erlnstnncetof. the Nth

wttbitit mi" teItht stem sht .the.coFr6ctocs* : M ?4 na1trsw ohT11q4efi3dIea- llesbouici rrnred 1ts'; ; the Nortij :lkiB j.g t. they ebttthern-eoil, he suddenly became
I'rank1ln tt1tAV4Tht :woitd:1bey: btd )*rfSdl*
Koisuth treated
qi't! f J&o'ifGenerai was hospitably :
1h pe si4iT-t: ff lj but found "beoTrfttbiaer low enough

,Adm1jeLMWroe, Uvffrfankat1 : ''r1'1' tijon Tha( prihap-Ie 1ii1t <><* u.nbw, .- exploded oafe'njtei to'd6 him Mvertate,. -o/.r v. _
bn andjwha'fthey 4betP7atoflbv.rr4i3
1At.t $ Stattf$a'mV&mi; ; brb'tectite tariff g r4rI8- 'tpii4e4ILThzid

i'tgicq$2 th ub frldctpies1? 'dHfefeb lie>fein
1ttg1awzton : hl
4 o : *
j'may,; The. nbrtB m press 4ip, .
,. 4q4fl2) kPIaie1y1fl1: :mJ i r,1j'J. -i i hat men, Eoopa C lhoucs, |> Hiap fo -

tocootrdl our electlocs aad {boose meKi r4OthiJcmq; *' of1GerWPr'fl a l ira, wlthjt5e rjrifid upoii'. ieniiQC eidgibioru6n
bo iU' *iii l A* <&**( o.t.;pt7tdOj1; tI$ ..J ) U9pe.t. hi ilTe bT. wulu1m t1nbIthetir.pr1o the ft&rrfe soil that all our forefatherlr'wWe, -

Ataerfca fM I K tAfft lBtftomdl? 4 lie im n pre % tpe$ antts pfWhIpa Jen:4;: r1tthaVirgiuia. qle9on! waardatheh tob41phii

't C..ti A4e -oaita._ .?-,rfa i .W j t. cof_. '*n_ti-? lSf f__: imry- _r.Lf fofleMedeterAination! 'tb'.enfbrce tb' V )' & rca j, 1 1odr

,kiitbe m ro ,nollrficaliQa!should! -bfcak &l*! ?
TM *' + >'
t'rocdeit' dy e.Bamw gtdryvvl4 3Lhe.U3r $$ & roore boitUe.tb thefostUotlon of J1lM 1

mnenta the cqrzlwthu of thq DnopvatldbB :

: rth.lgz 4fl4S1 ca1Pwbr&rty

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) "* ''tW o pa.'And Denwera bat-lo.slow, oor ';xcoocbshtly the p; '
Vroitta'Jen naUve in the trri woch he f Standard, tf v'ea the
!fccitizens. tasae paragraph xDeIeetU
-wWt. Sickles. a nd ** : _. support foreigners a1td Jii :; has doj .V-UWMJ 14't
4 1B1 tit T. Bat Gen. CaiTi remark rrelatrfe l gives the nnmberf Forenenl5 b.cCce i iay"-.. fee honesf working:mend the patriotic zei groat. wrong >e attempted to; wiwfll t & _Jan, of nors frtjm to* fodtral ekjstatoof :

: ;. .. to Mr. Medary Wwdrtby ofmore extended ** Seven tenths of jour army...officer* a*d soF- who! letheircountryandtheiI; cou4nen.. state .that oar ancertoTs)wee' ai': thor.' : :: iLla noij pntty bat..
foreign bug American as were Hffie ofj c1e Pierce Ie
love pow.er eaIC1lJa.'Sa
that foreigners
: arOy. September 29. 15*.. notice. He'has fallen into several serious errors diers are said to be foreigners focrth of more *"*% \ ; ebane tor.
rebuke their second and
shall arise in their majesty, Gen. CaH Our father was a native son ol term, pby ThNatioj Co
4 ." ; with respect to him. In the first pl* t A -Onedonar TXT of 1 J 1J; -If Chili Call this statement? Was it because he Oonfitution.wThVabsnnliiy : nstfIt 1.electedat. '-- -" .. .
the tment to .
declined pass arid the
KTedary appoi nioo .
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; } 1.tin. town in that State. where the dost of some.of, '. .
an3 consequently no nine thousand.dollars"were 1 knew' it was not .trae.or-waa..11tkAV} S -"these: statements will be : ffi !
: his children while the mother '
now reposes, h ye 'to tUecl _.
I Itf"AnrK n em nt of esadidAtrt fi, to tJi.pI; ,lost to the Government. In the second bious about the propriety of using,an aVtHor- manifest when it i ii reflected bat the positionof that bore as was daughter- of Maine, born wt thi&s we. II .

all cftMrfa__ _adrrat .r !. placo, he docs not rapport the election of ;ity who generally qualifies his assertions with the "Pemocracy on both branches of the tbe' fn.'t" it8tldecl '
: _'- I in Reedfield, Kennebeck county. He emigrated fo.J ,
--. : _L. :. .... 4' Chace, the late. Abolition Senator. ,"for Governor : a doubtful "it it told r Or dKJ be tbifik it prescriptive question is eminently'one of principle ':i50lfti J .1' poq" i.1
: Yennont 1809andvsettled '
vtiUfi" r ,
i of hio. It so happens that (Chi, would ;be no 'jnofofthe' 'Tnffuence'of ; whSp; the opposite faction,'facetiously foctb .ao'PU!. ."_ll '.
: We requested by Mr. Solomon! Sflls to I tell Richmond, Chittenden county, where he remained man ._-j hu lW Co &he Ii.1to
are the Know Nothing candidate, regularly ncra foreigners to the people that"they are dabbed the American party and made up *rpledges -- 1Mt..n u.--
during the war of 1812, In whichwar to the'a; -b.. .
ay, that the anggection-of his) aineaz one ;inated,and' generally. supported by that fag willing to enlist ill our armjrand navy,and; 'of renegades from all other parties, acts from stood ; "nd"4 0 oWj.

of .th. Board of County Conimj sioners, to end of isms In Ohio, and 'Chaee has not.lnthe for'the very'meagre compensation given;bear 'policy, as:4s abundantly evident from the con- his wife's 'brother, (the editor uncle,) Franklin bt'the Pierce Cos&.or,'Pike' Jieioe nd Iaj the UDio.'

'b. voted*for on Monday'next,does not meet -whole State, a stronger and more, deter the fount and hardships of military life that traoietory platforms set up all over the coun. was engaged from;its declaration to its close. target for vitnperaJion, and 'J j

'with his approbation, and Be hopes that none mined-pponmt than'this same Sam Medary! when- liatBent is free to all, they alone for try. Proscription for religious belief is not He himself was at Burlington,Vermont, during Jackson, he has moved ,oa iq abet1bl&. bja ..

S 2. of his f friends will bestow then suffrages -and in the utpbce,th '&. which the most part can be found planting themselves only wrong in the abstract and contrary to the battle of Plattsbnrg,.mustered])thereat duty to the South and the whole .OOlII.r.oi :
his call l to defend the town and undisturbed. the \
i Medary is the editor, so Jar from being an "beneath the'flag of the country, and, the genius and spirit of our institutions,but all country's by crfei of the pack .c
un.We State the British should under- lea! charlatans which .
;f are authorized :to 'aay/b/ gentlemenfrom Abolition newspaper," as Gen. C. asserts, whether in grim and-terrible experiences,. of history shows to be the best mode to strengthen against they hUg upon biap '

t ...Mlceosnkle. ., that. Patrick. 'Smith,: one' of- is now and ever has been one 'Of "the most the Western frontiers, exposed to cold, want error, not exterminate it. Know Nothings I take to effect a landing on that side of Lake Speaking of this, the Stim&zrrji.. .-

the present.Bpani. ,will serve again-if H be the sound, reliable and conservative papers in all and the mercies offiavage hordes, or far away themselves are beginning to understand the Cham plain.! We 'well remember when a ,. essentially a Southern rights .,;(

? Msh of his follow-citucns., TTe therefore the free States. In view: of these facts, so upon the broad and perilous deep, still defending truth in :-this respect, and hence in many pea. small boy often hearing..Him, with swelling "It will be seen fcy reference to 1 6eIetitt.or ;

i suggest aa a ticket the one recently nominated well known to every intelligent editor In. the the interest and honor of their adopted ces they are endeavoring to back out from bosom, narrate the events of that battle and our Washington' coriespondeat,".fan V-:

,1 by a correspondent of the Sentinel, viz:- country, we cannot help remarking it as landi"! This indeed would be an unfortunate their anti-American attitudes. Even the very I speak of its glorious results. In 1818, ho Pierce has given indication! of nk kt d ; .J

J. James"Willtf' John Cromartie for Gen. Call and "he has :-flonc was induced. bya. gentleman now in Florida, to become the candidate of. tia .tG '
j: MftjweU, strange that Gen. Call, who aspires to the argument Sentinel which contains Gen. Call's letter has OT-_ .

nod Patrick Bmilh.f I high position of a teacher of the people in their well to avoid it ; for, in the language- -of the a set of resolutions adopted by the Know (Afr. G. G. Holt of Newport,) to engage in I party for rt- 4 etioa 10 tlwof c"dI p :

.. political duties, should know so little about Mercury, whatever have been the evil inffu- Nothings of Columbia, one of which declares business in Canada, where we were born in I the United 8tMs. For oar mro:pm wI'l

: Third Letter$ fran Ceo. Call. Ohio politics'abd-J.et'' talk so oracularly on ences of foreigners in the. UnitedStales- in. That the term Catholic all semblance 1821, and where he breathed out his life a. would not be wininjftiJ.dw! 8tct cfSooti'Carolina .

Our readers will find another letter from the subject. other respects, certain it is, that, fromihe if day K- of a religious test, be stricken from ;the effi-- few yean thereafter true American and 4o tie head*or tec soT WjV l'' .

; I (;,. Call in to-day's paper, to which their Gen. Call! again quotes Mr. Zollicofler, when liberty first defied oppression in 1776to cial records and obligations.of the American enemy to all tyrants to the lact. Although national party In,thU ..eo otrj; but i.h..

.;. : uttobCoa i i&: directed. There isrin this Iett
4 f a gross and. _inexcusable.personal! attack on assertion in his Nashville speech that a"major and honored share in our conflicts upon land shows that the Democracy have been ght of Congress claimed ear allegiance. By has been a most worthy' cad ffideat ciief

t the editor of the Floridian, wluVh of Itselfwould ity of the offices an the several departmentsat and upon sea." This is fact worth D ethan all the time and the Know Nothings wrong the act of 44th April 1802, (enacted to protect magistrate of tie country' and that, "wld mt .

: 1' be sufficient reason for dosing our columns Washington" are filled by foreigners. He columns of rant about foreign influence, else why Tuve they stricken the terra "Catholic .the children of American citizens born the occurrence of clreomstances 'wLlci trt

!; on Gen. C, but desiring mrt to be cor. cites Mr. Z. thus: coming from frothy politicians who expect to and all semblance a religions test," I abroad while their parents were engaged either now not clearly foreseen,. ** win arta11;

; 4: s'dcred unwilling let our readers see all be "3,321 out of 4,303 officers in.the various thrive by humbugging appeals to the prejl'- from thou obligations' (oaths) of the order! on business or pleasure, .or in the serviceof commend him to the: suffrages I f the.peop1a.

-.$ has to vsy; we spread Ins letter eore.thf'm, departments of the General Government inlS54u dkes of he -people. the Government,) it is declared, "That the. of this State." .
And now as to adopted citizens. Gen. Call .
and shall notice his attack at the.close of our were foreigners; but these fast figures Speaking of.the immigrants who arrived during children of persons who now are or have
I have not taken the time to examine the says there is an alliance" between the democratic been citizens.Qf the United States shall The New York Courier- considers.th. ..defeat ..

: ..; renfarks.. official records to Terifr, and therefore give the past year, Gen. Call says that they party and foreigners. This is a mere of the know nothings' ill newaj end adJ'
4 The Generals first labored effort is to sus'tain reached the'number of though'born cafMe limit*jurisdiction
what I stated elsewhere. 368,643, but he omits
.t see assumption-but what are the facts f Lookat mils that the and '
orjgarfialloo oftbj '
:i his assertion( relative to the appointmentof !to that these "of the United Slates, BE cox IIDX&XD AS. vitality ,
i' As tiiis dots not bear out Gen. C's. origi. say persons are estimated to have them. Foreigners have come .h e sunder I democratic "'
"4 party remain. 1
foreigners to repreaent this country abroad, nal statement be now addsI do not vouch brought with them over ttcenty-three millions inducements voluntarily bdld out"by the Gov. cinzzxs or -not Hsmv JSrxXKs. ,. '1Messrs.
', and to do this i he calls to his assistance Gen.; for the entire accuracy of Gen.5 Zollicofler's of hard money, thus adding that large amount, ernment. By compliance With certain requirements With this fotef statement, we leave the Joshtta Vansant' In- toe: 3d. dJabifcr, ,

-Zpllieofler.of Tennessee-the poorest authority i besides their sinews and matter with the public and to the reflectionsof and Henry Mayint1. 4tli'i" Euro "
; statement, an iniplied confession that he might own strength, to the they-are promised --equality all .been npial-I
iliat oeuld possibly have been ..producedOpc'siafement i productive wealth of the Gen. Call, whose ancestors, at some period nated for reflection to tfa .
have been wrong in the first statement, trhich country. He says political respects, except where the law has congress by Jfiir/ )
t .-. ofGen. ZelUcoffef's l will allOW was made without any qualf aL m. But to again : provided otherwise with other citizens, themselves or other, very probably" came over** and i I land'denaoeratf.T .. -. ,.- / '

the amoent of credit that should be attached put this matter beyond dispute, and to show "Hundreds and thousands-of these,immigrants the descendants and settled on this continent, in common with : '. .
tons of foreignerl.rI
.-nowin the those of all others whether be Know COON BOTTOM, SpL 22, I8& .
tb twhat be'.uysOf twenty eight su- that Gen. Call has acted1se1y In Territory of Kansas, they
r decliningto take the oath of
'rwrdmato! officers of the State Department, all vouch for the entire contending, man to man, on equal grour/ds, ey allegiance-they spare Nothings, Whigs Democrats,or what sot ,I MB. EDITOS-Dear. Sir;-Forth bind
; k Mr. Mar. accuracy of Mr. Zol.ticotfer' so far as votes will go, with Southern men neither their lives nor money in support of of those who from a distance or"other ad f
Roman( .Catholics! except one. "
Stat statement, we publish the feds, against the establishment of slavery in that the government peace and in war, and -F.uxou.-The Sentinel gave its readers were unable to attend the'" Great H_3f< ting "

cjythe Secretary of in reply to a.letterfrom which our readers would do wellto preservefor Territory." thus show that tbey are Americans in heart Gen. Call's first letter and 'bur rejoinderthat -: i or the f.atyJec Amijcaa.Party wticli'

: the editors of Nashville Un Yonsaysthat future'use. The list} below is Tarnished Wiit-re iocs Gen. XX get liis authority for and principle and such in clever. : '
Catholio1" saliordinate officers" are recognised as was It then promised to insert came off on yesterday; theSlst. mat, at Coon
: 3' the eomberef This shows the AuguBta Conrfitertona/irt by the Hon. A. this statement t Has he seen a census of the law. The position of the democracy towards the second letter, and our sur-rebotter" Bottom, In ihe. Dark Corner of Gadsden; we'

: i in his DepMtment wfoe! H. STKFHBXS, and was prepared by him from inhabitants, or does he rely dubious them is that '
upon a to promise them equality and publishes one and ignores die other. That's have concluded to give a brief account of 6e'
t1" said be"facts
.. &at Mr. Z. is only retailing 4o the -official records Washington.. And it i in it is said" put forth by some Know Nothing to require the duties involved citizenship, fair, isn't it f grand result aa- witnessed oa said .beeaalorv

mannfictuml by the. Know Nothings proper to remark, of those who are thus in organ I Be that as it may, we will takeit and then deny them the rights and privileges The.meeting war' eaBed by posting: :.
and that *
I' : infloence public sentiment, conse office at this time, many of them have held for true that there are hundreds and thou incident to citizenship, would be a violationof Brother Salmon. P. Chase, says the Boston ent parts of the County;t. flaming r*-MbtB': ,

4 .. ;. quently. authority he is totally unreliable.f. their places for a great many years, under sands" of foreign immigrants in Kansas, and faith, anti-American and contrary to the Post, fusion candidate. (or governor of Ohio, with a crand flourish,jiettmr forth 'hit Fri.

: Gen. Call quotes him again thus: both whig and democratic administrations.which then see how far Gen.Call is sustained in his usage and practice of the.g8l\"emment-that and prospective "republican"! candidate for< day..the-21st.of SeptomWrtid be set .
'. : Of the foreign and commercial Ministers,Consuls agents and sent nth-to I ought to be looked to as pretty goode inferences, for they are only inferences, that it would be determining men's qualifications, the presidency, is not right! en he'geoM as a day-of feasting and rejoicing and.apjr that,
,. diplomatic
F .. .: u represent us in foreign countries, the Blue 'd .mce that they como up to Mr. JEFFEH- these immigrants are contending with; Southern not from merit, but fr-m 'birth-place, and question," we sadly fear. Brother Chase "The Friends-ef RepaUieaa Liberty r geaer-.

t .4 ., Book' shows Ahat fifty-three arc foreigners, *ON' requisition, of T>eing"honest, capable> and men agninst the establishment of slavery therefore anti-republican, and wbich if generally wrote to one Goadwjn, a freesoil lawyer of ally,_both ladies and gentlemen were retpect-

.. cad others are put down 'vithout any description faithful.A in that territory." By the Kansas bill, observed, would soon lead to the. intro Sandusky, a fetter so favorable to the Germans fully invited to attend,' accompanied wjtfc tb

t.) of birth-place implying that they were nt list shoving thc birth-places of persons employed foreigners, who shall take an oath to sipport duction of castes and a division into classes of that, somehow, it got into the German announcement tkt U a this latter in various .
the United Stales. Among the .
born in Offices Public >
of Scr- the constitution, &c., are entitled to vote at serfs and patricians. From this brief state newspaper,the InteUigenee-Dlat. It nuuU vpeakers GQtghtb gapoctpj faredirea -' ,
. : las are j:. J. Seiblcs, harge to Belgium ; rtre.Orncr..
.4:.J'. 8. 3Iedary, u to'Chili; Mar Setthner, the first election, but .the sarpo bill decJarpfthat ment, the intelligent reader will be at no lossto right! .gttia.t the 'know nothings wbe e cn- tJiem." ". : >v .

3 ; Consul to \Virtumburg ; D. E. Sicklec,. Sec. a ,IiLRAIWHOFSERVICL a thereafter the'" qualifications of voters, determine which is the true American" didate Chase Io is. Colonel Medary' .trans-. From the pinnpons manner of.tL .esjl'and

I ; retaiy of Legation to London ; F!. tterfinger, ell : and holding office, at all.subsequent elections party-th J Democracy, clinging to the spirit Iitedawj published it*a the Ohio Statesman other. drcamstances.. :coojiecteiJ .'iiic:) :-*

-l': Minister to Denmark; P. D. Vroom, MinisttrKJ U. / <=_ ,, shall be such as shall be prespibed by and letter of the Constitution, and walking in This placed brother Chase in a dreadful pre- pee tion. was' natoralljr.on: ,tijp'-l lia4,tiiia/en' .
Ie z EOrict .
r Prussia,and other incumhents of high po. or SEC'T oc STAn. 24 6 29 the legislative assembly.-St 23. Now the footsteps of the Fathers of the Republic, or diement; and while his partisans don't deny :: thullHlaJ1'oftbe movers In: the.ttwa p

': .: ,1 onL' MilJi.kt, und Consuls.. 140 CSS8 23 216 is a well known fact that the firstlegislatnre that fag end of isms to which Gen. Call belongs that he wrote the letter;' they allege that it i to fever heat X But'ar6 aJl.u-pcaIcukti: ;
.,' the matter at alL The
This does not help or SEC'T- TRZASIIRT 2 85 chosen in Kansas was composed almost! entirely guided by such lights as Sam Houston was private and coa6d6lIhat the.German liable &3 and' t'Je4waatb.:
stated them on a former oc- lit 1I11J.t..llei.| c.1 ce.. J6 1 17 .
,;'. "faclt are, as we 2d do do. .. 18 1 19 } if not altogether of pro-slav-ery men ; Clemens, Donelson, Kayner, Botts, &c., editor had no right to publjsh. .it, &.-,- di ..sb uir'iefthd to.

f 'Ca.80Dthat but three persons of foreign birth 1.1: }'u1iore: off**. .. .. 22 12id and if h be true, as Gen.. Call says, that the in the South, and }by such negrophdbts in The Columbus Statesman says- .d'ti.
have been appointed as foreign ministers touit do dodo. . 2S l' 24 ',. 4 .f
1: : 8d do .. .. 'i8' 82 "hundreds' nod thousands" of foreigners who the North as ,Chase, Johnston, Gardner, Mor- The tricky fusion -arididat connot ea past for themnI tudeathatawnl4ed wrsm.

: Messrs. Soule, Belmont and .Owen, andy 4th do do..... ...; 19 19 are in Kansas vote against Southern menthe in rill, Banks, with their abolition hardes and by cape at this loop-hole. He has been'endeavor. Qa>'oeeaslonflowing. filling herpiOe,.i.1.iteri
Mr. Z.{ unable to specify he names ofany 6th do do....... 7 1 8 ing to betray and'eeduce the Germans in'tobis
6th do do.1'1 7 104 establishment ef slavery in that Territory such natives as James Gordon Bennett! .. ..with her IudQ1tl U I' 'T d
others known positively to be-cf foreign Urth.As support by assuming principles! Hvhicb hfa '
TreMOrrr and A.t11'peur. l eeiser.Of 88 ," is 4t not fair to presume that the legislature Which of these parties dees Gen. Call imagine know nothing friends abhor, and he'must be jex>maaryind her/air' .daAagntefi; with ihfr
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to what he about CJonBuls .. Xrnwnry,.,,,, t.I
; ; says 32 would have exercised the that citizens" and honest t'it one another. He stands before and ,ekean amilea io t
and inferences be-daws with Solicitor of Treasury..... 8 8 power reposed "patriotic !r thing er blight eyes f. jpitt&jatQ
t Agents -*' CrtflinnMqnotf of Customs.. 18 18 -in it -deprived these foreigners of the working men" will be most apt to join f- the people now with two "ees'.on the the speakers-.-waaDotlKnetfk Q ua4Maa; *
-fhese genflem1nwlo are putdown .... .... .
to Coast Surrey know He
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Tetpect great thiqnestion. ray given
Revenue Cultrr 8en ao... 65 right to vote rr e think that thisis a'fcir, But why should we of the South unite with: sion. As we surteyed<'tiw..IDOe&I..n.bbge. ) .
., without description of birthplace, 5 J this 'private'underhanded 'assurance to the
; Charleston any Mercury BaY&6 to the U. 8. Mint and Branch. ... 31 3. 8 87 presumption, and in view of it what are the Northern freesoflers in this crusade to sink Germans Vat bets afcegetberYor th m ; while we thought of&'e time fidboiwl s% .

: dumber the of employed in the foreign Light Light BOOM DOOM Keepers Board in Uh..U.8. 288 6 82 132 402 e facts t Simply that the legislature has adjourned white men below the level of tiiefreenegro J'In he is coddling with 'the 'know nothings, and stition that "F d&i.is. an szn1qik. ; 'ftz a
Persons employed in the dif without touching the question at all, nearly every free State negroes are' allowed.,to coaxing y-cairriomng them to lie low, saying certainly the said l .
'I i eryiee of the United States, who are foreign- frrentOu to*n Houses .c f we 'Ule oUr little I :
dn differences'
Nothing after amelated. tion lathe It.tI1a
leaving one of two things to be inferred- vote yet where is the Southern Know sijrlng J .
United States.rmwot.. .. 1845 .
t.be 227
is staple enough.11 2S 2098 And this man over the
the yet prates
en, first, either that Gen. Call's hundreds and who makes a fuss about t Massachusetts fine, the dinner *, so'.4beecbpsisbl.;
e nations wide amU extended commercial XOTAKIWEXT i iSecretary's or state boqt morality, virtue,'right and honesty
liaving have office... .. 10Snperinteodrat 4 23 thousands" of foreigners in Kansas. a mere and Ohio admit'negro' children to their free !- Fa gbF'S i but the people were Mt'ieee;. fa'.

relation,trf necessity many foreign-. 'of Ceases. 1' 1LftitdOl5oe. figure of speech, or that they vote with Sx>uth. schools and negro men to the 'ballot-box meeting .WMv*| -t .; iat
.crsjQ their serrice. The enterpMejmd.comTOtice .......;.... '112 12 124 0 77 Gen. CaD ,Will. ,please put this in big General'udWik, ( .C) 4
em men, because it is sheer .to imagine New Y.9rx, Fred Douglass,and another negro '
Hrctchintr/regi.ona.mo PtentO4e... .......... 4* 4 69W5 nonsense pipe and smoke s' .ofibeir people IodiaD'Offit,._.... ...;. 'M'' ( 19 4ft that the Missourians In Kansas, who are .running on A regularly.nominated bat U was ruicifwt Jithe .eftnts.jof.lita
.remota wtfa which the. traffic'U exceedingly Pmsioo Offies. ......<. t' 109 U 7 128 !
r**, .i. with white men"for State offices -the speakers failed,to come.Ptoda4-.44 1tUoiior
1 aid the comnussioning of regular,aaoistter Surrey e(Pablie Lands.. 60 24, 9 93 ship off abolitionists on rafts, Avoinda1Jow.; ticket ; The Democrats of Waknfla idd a meetingat .
Registers of Luid Offices... 7* 1' 74 hundreds and thousands" of foreigners to Abolitionists' 8te l' oar slaves 'ana'eeoswert Rhodes Store on Saturday the 15th ins'., eir old OliU !Md'customed 1 :

;4 : 4 u'ted in the'B.rf ftnb.8es-deriTecL xpeb7nOme2n1COm.The fees I Rteeirm t :-poblie!....moaer.!. 46.69 9TTA 5. 44 99 74 vote against them ,when they have the powerin them 'fnto' voters:and the South .coolly asked I and unanimously nominated Deeator Richardson to iistca tij 'i ; '?

their own hands of depriving them of the to join withthe plunderer?. l in driving! off H a candidate for the Legislature, in the Whig ftJ.-.W. .
and saline* of ConfoU at sb stations are, *. ,JtXTASTlf CKT. *
; beside incopHderaW ,;(hfit uyne but antabJiibed SeereUrj's Office..... 15..4. f. 19 .right ito vote by simply changing the qualifications those of our own !color, through fear perhaps peace of A.:R. Coombs,Esq.,resigned. The i which are iioy"rains. & "'

: so Qnrternutth'i CepirtnHntEegboer's. it' : 12 prescribed for the first election. Thuswe that if allowed the right of suffrage theirvotes! :Know Netting candidate' M. BraswelL I .'". Ti8-'Ge1iln1.u .hiiU iftift.
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afferd'.te 'accept of the pomHoa*... It Tooogripbkal. ogbe iv... 4 .. & think it very clear that Gen. CalTj .inferences will counteract the vot?of the negroes!"For ..& refletion .upou. .ta_ ..'> .... .... ..r.. .
can "Ora&snce &Yem.i 9 are disproved by ithe.actual transactions one, we ;preferhe. fell2wshipor'th&!: gallant ,1-
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I cwttttastaacses-' lt p DfP."tmf .".... 9. 9 iu Kansas. And so webeTjevis it.;the Shields And his warnvhearted.countrymen- the Boston say' the earsof ihbsaIng' .till,. '1j1

n.t iaq f Medical t>*f ttai it....,'. 4 1 4 case with regard to foreigners in all-the Northern theicountrymen of the father 4f Andrew,Jackson : "Fusion'uj&e.abforplion ofiqip4uzaisofdec 'him icampaign i? >"QttinJy 4gtbe
diicharge- *ncnebmmwelal ,
; aad caslonal .. .
the siigot: Oomnumdiof "tJeo's O3oe.. 2 5TB and discontented whist: ;. .
dotiesvas flay arbe,.to'.citizens of :jUiwUflt OetwrslVpffice.:: ;US, H States. They generally vote wjth j ,the ; G n. Call's confidential friend"-to the i&Ioan organization" inhere abolition"andjtmaticism.avervfymwfy of.*1.1. ,"..q0 *.u' tl

thai fcieIu c ttniry itself, whoae bosinett,and .ATTSecretary's DrnzTxzx!, i Democracy, and ,dt is .well known that the I fellowship, ;of .Fred.."DeroglaM ,or -any of the '.preponderate, tmd are. PartjonW .eariy daya;1'\\ J..EJ
::4 f1 i le,. for Office... 15BureanofTardsandDocks Democracy TVorfli.are. less-lainted.wjtb free- Northern Know Npthirig i jorde,:wh'p. would, the.,, ,:eiementt 'of action." : w'beniewith.J ae( nta,
: r-conBtfeit.t. 10 10Bwesaofiuctiou. soil .and abolition heresies .elevate.the 'to otherwords fjiiion is aruachiuetoput that he had : .l ::DemoCrttironi
; .A & >ero rat .... 11 111 than .any other proscribe white men and negro sMcaj* )* na ,

I _d.tbe ."Vicn.attach can-gwe rally. l>e do of Ord&. .".... 7' .. 7 party.. Indeed, it is .the only party nowfrer.; equality with.themselves."Having fanatics into office, and preachers'into'polities. : his yoath up nntfl hef
& .do. or'Provwoni. ..:. 'e .j "' ;: '7fi lied upon to beat back.the. tide of fanaticism thus":dwelt atgreaterlength 4han theMmi jatraton'of ]Mr. Y4&i1TJbeI1th :
1 bot' scBar d by those" who are f fully.ac ,. do 'Or. x.rticiN. .. .; If : ., ; .. angry ; "
kifltfd trllhtl ltwi aod usages.of tb oun- A noazr'OETUUL'S: 'orricx 3 J 4 that threatens 4p destroy thVCpnititution we'at.' first designed/ *eme 'TeVof'the '1 Ir1S56eibaft: I weep 'ibS'cburrfayi: .; twin wUgi.&cd. ,'hiQ. jj -:, j" ,u.W JqI1

; .,. ,' -&nd Ve' n 1 fate in the'4nain.we J. : .. ." and the| Union. ,We JbeUeve, hour .points of criticism' presented Gen. Call, we nqt !be a"'flght- rt% 1.be'a 'massacwj.' ..-.- sJon that:>h :wa*', at IcaW., half .
: tr.1'.. 'Al r rooti i f&ttu' Supreme Oonrt. DiaL Courti, ":: heart,that for. a lajge share of, .the, eonserva-.. .,, notice-conclusion- ; r'\4 the gross,personal H-i-ifi t attack: "C ::1.eniy: : nrrr i ltr-l I. .: .mt ,J I t' : f' W J Lu: 'j I't ".' :: ': : ,
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,oao P t. d"-I.1 :. Jodget of rerrltoriei. < ,'j things look likeit In -jflrst tatlei6nltheeastero | S HiUtki'
.r1jAion&: ,That tiss, .thespztchpp tore TS and')!r.ba1etrS': 8 '76JMtbe tive element which} : pervades the.Northern which mars .I his production., ,He (characterize ? flsnkonhdgrand5army: c in i Maine.As .-'We' lean.,. .. f
)w1'> .. inb' re.mdA,' liaye4fl1p1elii PeiKe in Di.. 11 '.t' Democracy, .the South :.is indebted to adopted the. editor of. thiajjajier'H d. British. subject yet rioi a rieW llgnt" republican"turns up 'twQ.. aDQ.J".rrr.ii.1' D -
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4 ntu o Dtb e of oiti of tkUcouoAjii" 'trictofOoIombia.' \ M 2, U citizens and. the boJi on sta believe it .too, -- OXTAETltxirT.' 7fl ; ,
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1 _n5U$7 'aC;ctiftg aabe ageata of f .- .-'lt' '-. -'.fl i iI be;why,do,they*o.generally.go for procni. ." lit, 'cannot havef" escaped notice-.i 1tjUt Tbr: jGwtjiisi;! iBroUwr Brooks. ; joori. 'n.brother.W .I from the patb of:duty;!_,. 4eJJItr.. .

i foreikniatfons.r There hare oeen i instances'of'MHBttiWyr&&S t' ,1 ;IWJ .'.!9. .<,j( 1a bing .th ejn j,-,any.sensible: .man.Tiefievethat those find'tbetncelres. Defeated-fa argu .. "n.rd ">qpea4ed the abovii' .;phrasa' I. eH .m'f follow-rite* W4 fbdr. ;...:-

.. '.,.a' th1..eitv" .S muciiJ". r .In.iv' :',f .'KBCAPJTITLA33OK.!! I'.. ',,(. .\. the Know Nothing fanatics of JfassacbV- kent, 'ginr .'u .arl t TeJOt. usebinksav.rj iojArt He .alwayssajt .. lt. .. .!. .

4. .i"? 'PI 6\-i' ''bpooc t .1'Jj. i t. StmDipsstzasnt ... ......J.>.rQ .;tI. :U6r sets, .who) ;have q i recently. disgraced'.that at' J Q' ; ?'andIfI: ':tW'' ngfitL 4t:|ft:1'hj J' .d. o'freedosu..... .. .apeccA.Bosto* 'a .,it
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fr aIt'r ..at. oJ' .iiO.....:.f..,. .O Q.: : 81 .woo1cLcndeavor1to, degrade adopted ciiftxerui \ : I Art' t.> ;. 'ttH TWre'ii i 1 n'Tdlsgoi intb.&flt4hi'tJi. AneiicaVtiaitjr _i.
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the mocr& ofL" Ct1i1od at ihdr minds that their interesta will Wb0ltcr, from Norfolk.and Porterobuih'Are truly awful, I "Thoo 'art 'gnie.' to' the'"grav
7 the Coort How on Saiotiajr,fce2aIgst, ***?&&%,navng It t restored. Set tbatdown ,there beingno; decrease' either In' the number 7 deplore thee '. *L' ...* I dfi, : 'Y' \ ,
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chairman'.briery stated. the object oft Th.. St Nicholas Uotel on Sat'qraj respect to Vis m rn ry. Southern nurses and DIED on the 4th,of September. EMILY,BTXTK' MousHa 6 e r..I..8Ik 0 IDI J .
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the m *dng-to> "m perfectorganizationOf evening th? scene of another frightful encounter physicians are still much wanted 0 Sunbeam to li tt Kfe'. wintry day,*' French. Worked eoh! .. La7id' ; .of ,

it. lie'Dd *e { when Cot Loring, of Mississippi, lost f NEw YORJt:, September23.TheVub. fV'-ji; **. -' ,' 0 "' .1 ; < i Oushmevs, JIedDoI and t1 :. i
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aneW 'fcpproa& 0 injjton! correspondent of-the Herald states Oendemco'a plain Met printed Linen Harxfkh econ, .. _
ert i&dto the definingofthepoeiJioaofeTery his life. ; of Mexico C1'- 'Cr A N'D IDA TE S'. and .; 0 Bilk and Straw Boab t f (U. -. _
tier 'political. i ; h that shortly before 9 o'clockon that the.Provisional Government Cam1ril and &iriIII'edP inertiof-- .. Bonnet filbbcca\nw and e-i.r f
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'"num.. Tie chairmanAt the evening named, two ol the boarders, Capt. have found documents relating to negotiations TalKt Voitrtif*< i Lm i .-'CMM/-- ,-: Stamped French vnrkmg Collars Oottoo and Baodafer, JEmbroideriog Satin and TafeU Ribbow,* f "-i-. .1 .. f i __

between Santa Annn and General Gadeden Black sad eoU. u1t.d.VtOa !
considerable length then addressed the. J. J. WiigUt, and Mr. R S. Deanvere! ,.Been The At soGdtation of tramerons ( Ck I have consented Patent 1Jnen. ,*. and Maait1Esa .. -i .
"Land '
for Mexican new Rigoleta
meeting on the origin, rise and progress of the. talfcing.tagetheriu an eateited manner in" the another Treaty. and to'offer myeefs a ''candidate the office of Superior Black LustrW 8mAtSO 0 Embroidered 1 1weapanzh..1ecU4e' J-r' _

\ bar-r ern. Suddcnlv Capt- Wright ;drew Government repudiates he whole matter, Tax AtaeMbr'aod Collector at the Ieefioo in October Co1ol'nel aDd Eztnc a-1ed.. 0

Democratic partj and. commented: some rom his pocket a cowhidwith which hestruck General Gadsden declares the repudiation. a. next: I cannot bope-at the eleventh hoar-to visit Bonnets and Bonnet Ribbofta ,. 0 HairBroabea and Oo6vi.**.. .

of the featares of the Know Nothing arM Mr. Dearf in. the! faee. Instantly the branch of the national faith. all my friends and arataintatx. es tHroortootrheCxnn 0 Frt Artificial Flowers.*o J.MOfl2tS&September 0 Assorted .late 4i- j'. .tv.t
ty. however mod I ae ire to do so. Havinfr alwaysbeen For pale by O. and Enrtob Priati lIW.atJ( :
American party. ,drew from a sheath which he-earned' ,.t.- Freneb a:! ".r
called latter a tealons laborer fur the promotion of the Democratic M, 1865. Aesnrredlirwvbaeo, .' ;. 4

C. E. Dyke, E1. offered the following under his vest a large bowie knife i&e blade N1W'ORLE.m, Sfpiember! 21.--n.e Yel. Party, I'can only hope to receive the anppnrt d Roaaia and Duds Eye Ia1MIr .. \ .' *

of which he plunged dma&ttoth* hilt in the low Fever is Increasing at the river ports, and that party as reward fot long years of aervic and Groceries &c. ntH Damaak Brown and B1eM'. '' *

resolutions: of the Georeh side of his antagonist. in some places aearly all the inhabitants are fid l1ty. Very ReapectninyT JUST received per.Sehr. W.H.'Hazard from New Bleached and 1rowe4ome.tk. ,usorsd J

1st Ruohxd, In the language The wounded man Immediately 0 sick. The deaThs from Yellow Fever at the WESLEY. MANNING. 0 0'ad.B.d'I1* I -.
of 1850 that we hold the A- 0 Rio and Java Coffee, .". 0
MaortaMBCTMofla :
Convention Charity Hoppitefl in this city, comprised this WE antborixed J. R JEFF-- A good 0 : "J.FoobCap
the cowhide and attempted to get but cr. are to armoonce
in importance.only: away Blaci and Green Teas, Besa Ptoeflv.d
Union secondary Latter and Sate Paper, .
rnerican week only 40. COAT as candidate for re-election to the cffice ol ,.
was followed by his antagonist, who again OnwbedjttdPotirderd Sugar, peiDWaferv4a,4d *t .- w
was designed En
aad principle at the election in October next. !
1 ,
County Surveyor
to the rigbta and LinseedOil, Bi Bad-,"
associations wounded him in the abdomen. Lamp Larfa aMOrtoMnt. fmadaCloitiof Gcnt and ; \

lo perpetuate; th&t.past will! bind;present us tll Lieut. Stage of the Eighth Ward pouch New YORK, September 24.-Cotton is dull *J*We are authorized, to announce DAVID Burning Fluid. Sperm and Star Candle of tbeEt i* ..jOenta -,. -. .' r ,':.U ,f

fruition, and future"pT0SPCt be. the safeguard happened to be present, and as Mr. Dean with a decling tendency, and 1000 bales 'YOUNG as candidate for Coonty Commissioner at Soap. Starch. Table Salt ia boxes aDd Bags Qitf Bocta KteM &0&> "'aad r
to Currant-CUrtH, ..
lo'ng as it continues hands at 10 1 cents for Middling election in October Gsitfra.I.
It with the ensuing nut.t1r'We
in the act of making another thrust and
was half
Pickles gallon narts
if ; and principles. Do Sbnf.or all kic&tj:: f to. ,...
thowpgbU hereby declare our the knife at his adversary, caught him by the Orleans, and lOt cents far 1\fiddJingUp1ant1s. antboriiedto anoounrod HALEY T Rough and Ready and Fig Tobaoco i I.ad3dSlipperswLitetM black. ". ': -4 -
That we are
: 2d, Rewbaf' adhesion to i the followingmoSon cnllar and prevented the further infliction of Flour is unsettled. The wiles have comprised BLOCKER as a candidate for re election to the office Candy &c.ALSO S. r v.lt BoakJoa...>* .i' <, .. "' ,

oqf of violence. 15,000 barrels, at 88 68} for Southern.- SberiffofLjeonOootJty the election in October next. 4' black a bvft I.MtIIw O.fti, .0'. .
Convention 1850
Georgia Wheat is fan busbel for White 6 M Fine Havaooa .4 N ..b ,.
Wright soon.fell, exhausted fnooo loss =at$2 10 per Cigars t "i..(. .
detemunaUon oiito ro untam Capt 1 Barrel of South Florida arrow root. 4. ::1. TSet.
and bar unaUrabJ 0 of blood, to the "fiocr, and was conveyed to I and '$195 for Red. Corn is firm ft from nrWeare autborized to annonnc D.W.-Q WYNR em Jt Wt\WI iwtirs
ani Iplrit for re-election to the offiee OUI,4. A 1 ALSO-- Shoes1 '
It 6rtiflMir 87 cents a 88$ cents per bushel Groceriesare as a candidate ( 44
his he attended several
by Obf8bses .t.
Platform. room was Probate of Leon the election .
October .
4th'ResoIatloa-Georgia and County at An Assortment of Boots, Shoe Ac, -
is -
dull steady
Spirits Turpentine '
That the State of Georgiain the judgment physicians, all iof whom pronounced hiswounds next. ForSak by G. d J.MEOIKNISS. ; "i I .
350 barrels found purchasers at 47 cents N fn.O''sImi&Ia' ,
be mortal.
of hi.1COflVebtiOflWillfldOUght. to resist, Mr. Dean to in the third thrust with gal lon. Tobacco is firm. Rice is steady and IWTh friends of Ma. JAMES T. K1LGORE September 29,1885. 89 G.e-ta and Bot pqste4. .k..Aff .rl -

even (as a last resort) to,a disruption of every making 150 tierces changed hands, At from $5 37$ a announce him as a candidate for Sheriff of Leon Coon Havana Plan.Lottery rf Italian Cravate sad Searfa : '
which binds her to the Union, any actionofCongnM the knife cut himself severely. the thigh, ty at the election in October next M BilkStock, andJMTSea, : s; '.', 'It :

tie the of in and was also conreyrdto a room in the hotel, 5G2J} per 100 pounds.It JASPER COUJTTT ACADEMYLOTTERY. A Mo4.artaortcMnt of Oerta,TJnao Bosom*,SUrU. ,:: .
subject Slavery 0 "- 0 "
upon where tbe wound dressed IT WE are authorized to announce THOMAS aadCoUara. ,.' -. '" .' ;( *nAH r*
was by a -
the District of Colombia, or in.places subject surgeon.He HALE Aii.esanrand wTH. < la: .'
Two months H. as a candidate for Tax Collector of which we TlMltnr-aaMf'too: -
friend of his. named Montgomery is full time to work only .
to the jurisdiction: Congress, incompatiblewith 'wen&s a of Leon County at the ensuing eleetioo in Octo Town, either fcr.ca,b or afpfovd CrecSt "--i- l1
who witnessed the under remain before election In that time let [BY AUTHORITY OF TILB STATS OP cxonoix.] ', -
the safety domestic tranquility, the rights affray, are tober next. September 12, t8S5.f'r .? '., U 1 1Sepieinbrr
dare Stses arrest and will be kept in custody vntfl an the Americaneounwl.res ,l e relighted! MACON, OEOfiGIAi I .
of r '
and honor holding anyact
Auburn American. tV ML EDirna:Pleaae announce A.B.TURNER Di8so1ut o Co-partnership.. ,>- <. 1i
the trade between the examination shall take place. 0 LOTTERY is condtxned.the of the -
suppressing as a Candidate for Tax Asoeasor and Collector *
slave holdingStates : or any refusal to admitas The whole affray occupied but a few mo. Irishmen should look to their houses and for Leon'County at the Election in October twit THIS Lottery of Havana,of snif e number_and THE firm of J. P.BraoeweUA, iQo Is U>b 'day d*. i

hereafter ments,, and was conducted so quietly that barns. Council.fires". mean In Kentucky MANY VOTERS. drawn at Concert Hal Macoa Ga. under the Morn by &. Tbe Books ami AeeounU.'
a State any territory applying, the dictionary superintendence of Col.Geo. M L van.and Jaa.A. Nia- are in the lUnde of JohoF.B.oora, aad Robert HeW "
-who were In (he barroom at the time incendiarism. We imagine same
of the existence of slavery theu-in, ; many .heMy.tbe" Biboritv *
because. WE..e aufborized to announce COUNCILA. bet Esq. Grand Scheme for1 October 15ih 1855, .
introduction of were unaware of its occurrence until it was is used in this State. Again, we say, look IT oftJa M& d. ,..t.BIUCEWELI4
Prizes toCLASS r
'; or act prohibiting-the BRYAN as a candidatt for Clerk of the Circuit amounting .
s'aiesinto Jhe territories of Utah and New over. The news however, spread rapidly, to your houses, and get insured.-Albany i Court for the County of Leon, at the election in Octo .= to_ ROBXM rUtK"I' 1mn01fE:'; *4 0

and soon the halls and rum-room were crowd Knickerbocker. 1 ber next S6 O ,. .. BHK .
Mexico; or any act repealing or mAter.W1smodirying 0 F. 1ft. (Ut'8U.; fl 'a ': ,
ed 'by thc excited inmates. 1
the laws In force for the ;
Javes. The quarrel, it.was said, grew out of something OT The sale of( the public lands for the I FELLOW CmzcKft:-Having faithfully dischargee Will be Attributed at folk**:_ ..'.. ''Co.irtn; s'hfp'Not1: : ti : .

of.3d.gitive Resolved. That whilst we are willing. Dean had said and circulated reflecting fiscal year ending June, 1855. have been i the kindness duties elected of the me Office in of October Tac Collector 1853. as to is which shown your% 1 Prize of........$10,000 ia,.. ....'....< 15.000 mn e-adei ttevt tbii.JL ... CZk t .'& 0

0 axwoiation with all sound and upon the honor and character of CaptainV larger than ever before, with the exception receipts from the Treasurer's office. I respectfullyoffer y 1 M .. A.OOOis.. ......... J.OOO nerrbip .J..IIoe...and style ILBROOME

to act in .party section of the Union \ gbt. They had had frequent and bitter of the great year of speculation, 1836, when njy mywlf before you as a candidate lor re-election 1 ". 4.000U..... ..... ..000. i 3HIKK for the purpose of;trai4. ,. '=
\ reliable ann ia.erery 1 3.000 1...... S.OQO Mercnth.buokt UItI itid ?
j we are not .willing to affiliate with any party altercationsin regard to the objectionab1eanguage there w. re In the aggregate over 19,000,000 in October MJU .-next. .-L.0. DEMILLY. 1" ..... .2.0t01s. .. ...... ... 2.000 well Co. We (eel.eoddea& 4&t.Ze't*,". -

that shall not recognize, approve and carryout and oa Saturday night met, by previous acres. They have been this year 15,068,366 To the Voter of Leon County: 1 .. ...I.1100 ii... .......a. 1.600 wffl mot&D ia rendering-faU and p.rAd dts'

II g the principles and provisious ef the Nebraska appointment, in the rum-room of the acres yielding ba to notilan treasury 810, At the request of many friend., WM. G. BURGESS 1 H.. ... 1.100i... .... 1.100 to tboae-wba .:.:..-I'..--r-l. ae. 0
I violence the M 1,000k... 8,000 their'J
and that the Democratic St. Nicholas. rearing on 572,910. offers himself candidate for Judge of Probateat 6 ?
Kansas act,- part of Capt. W., had. armed himself and the ensuing election io 'October next and will tx 10 M 600 is... .. 1.000 "- Ow stock will be new and large,-Itiegcter.y4thug J.
t Party of -Floridawill: cut off all party contioction 10" tOO is... ... 2,000 naoally kept ra the Or/1s& &jJOoUtti
when the Captain struck him with the cow. thankful for the support of his friends and fellow-citi r
with. every .man and party at the Price Provisions in Hew Orleans, Sep. 22- Zeus generally. 10" 120ia. 1,200 Booi and 8b Hat so4Cap lIns. -r'or-.I DIU'.-
0 North elsewhere, "that does not come up hide, used his weapon. 26" 100 2.600 we wflldwpoMofoaaa : .n, -'f.
or -
of action. The knife with which Capt. W. -was stabbed 10. .:.....J, 60 8..o. ,600 Oonac in la line flour .. 86.75 and to
folly and fmrly-totbis was seven inches in length and enteredthe Superfine .86.62J a IT .WEareAutborized requested announce W 6 .. 24J*. ........_.. 8,400 oouBtrr. JOECf A* fiOOXX*v 0

4th, Ruolvcd, That the National Democracy almost to the hilt. The Extra S. . 7.75 a LEMUEL JONES as a candidate for Tax Assessor 28 Approximatioopnises ,......<......... 900Ml _. A.SaINE. Jr.' 0&ptmuher
abdomen ph..s.icims Leon the election in Octo
rind Collector of at
of the :Northwh,
fought for the Kansas, and Nebraska Acts Shoulders,. ::. .. 11 c a 11! numbers. Etary SVize' dnrwa *t each drawiflj. and For Rent -
the blade had and not ;
.and the maintenance .of.the Fugitive Slave opinion that glanced, Hams, plain,.. ... 11 c a 12 1rWE are authorized to announce WILLIAM paid when dve.4B: full wiftbovt 4 dacDoo. orders c/ -"* :t -

0 Law.against the. combined forces of Know divided the intestine, and If such be the case, sugar.cured. 16 c a H. NfiWSOM, aa a candidate for Tax Assessor and strictlf eonfidential, Driawinffa sent io onkfa. Registered & A N i exeellaot two'r' Eojl1c1.tatedInot 'f
the wound though frightful not letters at risk. Bill oo all solvent anksatr. ,.ir. _
which f'et'k.their may prove Collector at the election in October next.Tathe my
Nothingism and Abolitionism, I. afternoon he appeared to Lard, per keg,. ... 13c a seven "rootfta 'PoaaeaaJup:ritwdo the Ut.
appeal: and-1 who sta,I-pledged (to MIJ-. mort informed that Mess Pork, per bbL,. 820.50 a 21.00 Whole Thketa$10; Halves $S; Quarters 60. October. Apply to.. .L..r""*."".'.*' '' "
and Voters Leon .
-ufiVHpss our : ..
( County
port the admissiort of Kansas into th" Union pain, reporter Prime -4 ... 818 a of Address JAMES F.WINTER Septettber.22,188S.W 11 ;: t
the of hi* hostility to Mr. Den was FKLLOw-CmzKis herewith announce myself a .4 0 .
Slave State should she ask it, merit lap' ipason Molasses .. 28 c 29 MingerMicca, 0. .
as a per gal., a and Collectorat 1 Steai1I4br'SaIe: r4er
candidate for the office of Tax Assessor -
that the 1 1Her had made a statement that he September 29, 1855. 89 "
--heartfelt sympathies:thanks and encouragetnent iC'ajt. "vV.i had misappropriated some plate the ensuing October election and respectfully solicit, ILL be aold before' tLe .'Cdnrt 004 ttor fft
Southern men in their patriotic posi Price in Tallahassee Sept. 29. With Respect.
J of whirh was on' hoard the steamer Jewess, your suffrage Notice. Rhdge. Tuesday the seopod- day (. a -
tion.. Flour, Superfine,.. .... 810.00 a 11.00 WM. W.MOORE. ber next, within lb* iiaoal boars'of sale,a Steaa Otrculr -
J which was loct at Sandy Hook in October weeks after data the undersigned will apply tafU'.
National Demo- Grist MilL :frith aa4
in the together Kt
5th Resolved, That SIX 1 Saw and
Extra .. 12.00
..ro,. 1)C.ose .. Ia t. and which was iwned bv him'and Mr.Denn. family, a iMrs: ITicrewilh announce myself M S eandklntf the qonorable Judge of Probate- for Leon County. use ofpinalSmbiT pntffMay.next 1W. *A1JwIdu|
"- 'oartrfound lie fir>t heard l if the ;land;-while tie Ribbed Bides, fess by cask, iSo fII for Clerk of the Court at the emuing October flection for ktleea admuristraftoa-oa thee tAt of JohnBurgduff rat *41i'lt dscd" .1\t '
; ; menwho + -huitoo'bytherights.Cfthe \be ,
tiC ave ..
.i& p .
44 4' 44 1& and suffrages. Yours Uespetfully.THOMAS deeeaaed late of LeoajOoBBtr. : i'r,
a request your '
South and judgingthe was in Boston last week, and immediately G. C. TOWN$ 1.J.Septembe'r knuwtt 'OB tie.v Shoulders, 13} a F.WILLIAMS JOSEIrtrAtt i A'uaua&trator:: -"' :
the the onlj camon to have it retracted. He bad several ------ 29, I W. 3I-.S. 0.. ; ., 1 0
future bj .past thatparty.is Sogar cured Hams,. ICc a 18 186L 81-Sw -
interviews with Dean whe- him ofl
organization tth North that now .eta 01 'T. put jy WE are authorised J announce SAMUEL .

< can be formed with which the South can from time to time, and on their meeting atthe Mess Pork,. 82500 a W. WILSON aa a candidate (or Clerk of the Circuit Notice. .,. .0.( Waited -

eonntitntlf St. Nicholas, he being again refused, drew a Prime 23.00 a Court of Le>n County, at the election in October next months from date, the undersigned administra A SITUATION T 'f6 t'W r ."

cooperate.6th Lard 15J a SIX the estate of William L..Thomp, deceased Qf-4o Laa had
States twoUatb'etratkB
cowhide, hut was immediatly hd! hy Mr. on ti. era by ayoucyearaexperieoe4
Resolved, That we are uoeompromisinglj friend of Mr. Dearand had Molasses, per gal..\. 45 a 0 ,late of Leon Oodnty *ill etdiibit his final account and pppoted to.the, political organization Montgomery a ; i DR. R. H. GARDNER, and Toocbers to the 'Jodge of Probate for said PoNfII a thoroogb EngIi Mae.1ba. : -

commonrjf- called the Know Nothing Order, it not been that he was so held, Mr. D. would his nervicet to' tbe citizen* County, and ask to be djachargcd. and the LatJa,:Frcadx Sf mja& GttS '

1- or American Part,. taring nowjmpathy with not have. succcedr-d in slabbing Kim &o seven" Cotton Market. O FFERS of Centreville professional and surrounding country. Office JACOB ELIOT, Administrator. man Langaa| .aho qmrBfiaa'Drawing,1. ..bZaO.
ember2tb.1 855. .LOTTOS This 1866. 39-6m .PSpUng \'. I
v. TALLAHASSEE September 294 ."CnjaaSag
tb ir i ey. -their' o tht, their nncoHetitutioa&T at tbe Parsonage For 0
article hacn>lltd in 'briskly during the week, and and Wax Frbst aha Fknrvra. (uflberlnkw1jo -i
their intolerance 0 very September 2*. 1865. 39
f designs, religious One week Later from Europe .oUce. address 'tara diatel7.D.M. EMBT,fort Ed..d
salee? Tiave been made at prwer ranging from 8} 0
quick I
their abolition .
f their political proeaiption.and Hides and Bees-war. months from date the ooderstgned adminktra Institute. New'Tdrk.September .dt
the North. to 9 J Cadi Middling Cottons are quoted New SIX 15. 1 6 ,344w
aaaociaUoQa at 1 ARRIVAL OF THE BALTIC. on tbe estate of William Thompson deceased,

i' 7th, Rcwlvcd, Tbat the democratic and I New YORK, Sept. 20fh. Yoric. aly tflQi wbiofaSe a decline of from i to 58wtweour THE subscribers Dry.Hides will and Beeswax pay the. highest, in cash market or in price exchAnge late of Leon County will' exhibit her final abcoont and -ii h.1i ': -

national principles declared, and st; forth in The Baltic bas arrived with but advice Trom fliat Liverpool 0 ntMO d MMt Ji dioff fcr
.are j
the address and annual ol tad the effect of depressing this market very matt.nalJy. 29 186 39-8t and ask to 'discharged. ALL persooa
inaugural message note giver. liflrp to'Srfbert5
dates.to the 8th. The Cotton. market wits ea LUCY'THOMPSON, AdthlnistrtrzSepternber prmiwsoiy
f. President Pierce meet onr-cordial approval, iie; ppJa ds declined 1-16 toJ. Sales' ol r There ie but little Cotton offering tcVday, coote"quently 29, 1855. 3V4m" W.. Flonrnoj,on or atortt e 9Jb Jaanfrj hat for -.

aad.:ht he is ,euliUpd to the thanks eftheCpuotry the week bales. Fair Orleans 7 .cannot report correctly any rolinj rates, Clothing. tweuty-ve.cIoiIrsse4] ;.due on w fstccjiion.ry,
for his enforcement these pnnc1- 56,000 i- but feel J aalhwked, from the feeing gerwndly evinced JUST received per. Schr. W. H. Hazard an assort Notice. 1658, aa the.coniideraV6'n for rn'eb|' aaiiiaot wxvgften
Middling 7.16. Fair Uplands 6 I-Mid. or Pall and winter Clothing consisting 01 baa entirely failed and I am.deUfrolMdaDtMte.t- r
plea, 40 the *%natnre and approved oftbe! Ne- among the boje., to.ay that the market will not montha after date t the tiodersigned Executor of .
i ii taw."i
dling i-: Manchester trade dulL Floor Black Cloth Frock Coats, Black doe skin Pants, SIX laid note unless compelled bv .A.HBLI. .
w-adca Kalaaas hill bisT faithful execution of stiffer Corn' advanced a' etulling/ Canal pen next week at above i to 8t fur MiddlTag Cotton, 1 L Fancy Cassimer Coats and Pants Estate of John Shepard hite of Leon Count September IB. 1845.. $7-4ir' "wor.

die Fugitive Slave Law hla various vetoes Fmoirrs.-There are but few Teaselc in at St. Satinett M ty, deeeaaed, will present b.aee fcrota -aad 'cbe,, r I' .
flour 40 to 40s. 6 pence': _Bank"of England to tbc lodge of Probata for said Covet,,and aaVd. tp .
and other mp.ulU'administrative policy cent Marks. Rates of freight 4 to f mod a prospect for a Vests ShirtsCoflara, Drawer*,.ic, .' TALAHAE. *" ..sd; tf'
raised rates of aoterest to 4 per be dischanred. -
All! of for Sale "
ia Conformity.to those piin '. -0 farther advance. BEOOMC & Hxu CuUon Brolctrt. neat styles 0 bY ROBERTS. .: GAMBLE.. 3aao: .s X'lXta. I!
11181'A ._ Tl'._, .' ija.iwtiutbo; >al,i 7*
Whid .after.a forcible speech"by_Hon.. M.' Gen. Simpson and Pellissier telegraphed t>r September 29, 18K5. S9- t' September, 1865. 39-"' 1 turned on 34.ilquWs&t, *jte&&,<* .t

A.. .opon'the political parties .Jind istaetefthe th 3rd that there Waanothtng nexv p relation A Good Compirlsoa. Stolen. the charge and anperxZe-dc.c.or'WILt3AV;

he the Tcher- rThe Rev. William Ronlatt. a well-known N tice. PEYTON.A.U.aa graUttna*. i
ttBra&ch lo< siege-if-8ebatopolor on
:day and ,short addressi tyjWrn. .* -. 0, < 4 *., Methodist clergyman- residing at Naples, draw toe FROM the premise of the drfbscriber, three week bed rec>nUv eWHet th pbee4( th J

,;J.X Ateher,Wm. Bloxham, Jr,and naya. : following amusing but apt' comparison between Dr.M'LaIMi' a hgfat bay mule rather large o body, Wine A YOUNG man who bas graduated in several City Cbtaetl.irA Jiaa gNeo rsf sgsaaeay to n ract Schools in the Va,desires a aitaation .
Tbe Russians are again tbieawmng an at eelelirated and a ferret in one eye, somewhat bruised about tbe left sboulden University ; 4ars.
-Go Broome, were tmauimoaelj adopted. Vermifuge : suitable teward, .be in, or to take chaise of a Classical Bcbo l,.,tc *; meW .
tack. 'ferret,when placed at the entrance of a rat-hole. A wjll p.idr bet delivery me fa the ooootrr.frott wiMB tbfc tt-t*

M. .A. Lang, Esq., offered the following The.allied army is kept on the alert.. Parties enters the aperture, trayeU along the passage. etzesopin Aoyi tiufortastioo* retpecting, her will i>e thankfulVy. off actasprivatetnior.-instruction to promises of to adopt a eoufw of thnonals bae tw pedd : s JfW *. -

tbe-rat, eaiefttiteaie tU,existence, nod draws ceiveA ,MAXWElL preparatory aoy UMeojLvges pniAonntry. elected Teatsher Cfetofo and;__?_ LF4e.n
resolution.:: remain constantly der. :Tbe! conrte.of inatrucooo.wifl. codsist of,Ab .-
Bel Air 8U.a.
the'animar.ileinoot eareaM Ux the HgkL And ktlike Septeafeer, th. Smio rTlixl. D.LCLATZZ3fat1
&ioIea !Hu this meeting recommend ia General Simpson says the Russians are Ie- bare I found Dr.Jl'JA na4i.ricnn7r-: dent Languages, (Greek exceptedyUodern Languages
the Deqoct* JhtopgbOQ the county itheXor. ,, lively bridging the harbor.and fortifying' riiIto operate upo wouia,',those dreadfol&flddaisTots Negroes for Hire. al braneb,(French ola And,&pan.Eagliah h.) MatbWatks ide-eatic.. ItwflJ t1M& usa *

4n&tioaodubIlor associations the public' orth.side of Sebutopol. and have receive tormeatnn of diildren., This remedy like THE undersigned, takea. his method to inform al earnest eadeavor.to lay bbat solid, groaod-wirk:fapiil,' lID eioo; *of AM months eadttt grit 'eoBtfaeao-

.diaeosflfam of affecting the-.welfare fernrbrcemeitts. 0 11.e ferret enter the aperture of.the.month.travels it may concern, that, be baa eleven good for the superttnjctnre of a t.horough.ll g Ob bs Lest d* o O4e
cjaoationa round held] bodied field bands or necessary last erIe b6anio
downe'gullet hunt' th.stomublay. healthy able eonaisting men m
Russians wtt for the tuwoesswalks of 1ik. 'S
The ii education or a
Sooth and of the qnesfron whetherthe pe
the ronntrj-generally, ofsbe l1Dl. bakM the UreoutofLberept.ilel .weep'dean women wycb be often far biretrooa lit Oeteh*r until iU be &M-.moral-eu1ta.ef, brL f thII*
aHeatiea U
and for nahjtaininjj.. the -uce daney of th attack the.line ofita" Tchernaya. or Bidak their den. and < ames their earcasse cletr out is|January 4 ie& The editor of the .Sefitiael, youth cummitted paid bis. most satisfacttestimoniala.aa ty ?UliT.catKE o1&ng.&t., .. I8.-
Demooratio party. 0 lava by way of Baidar Vallejc." of the .,.. This at least has been the effect of gin wformaUoo,_as..,to- 11' wb. resb ut& .'i 'to character Ae wifl ii.iven., ocr. .L4.-'44 '. r-t -1-' q- .,,, .-

Resolved,, ThataCommittee df- "five
A'neighbor ofWr.Houlatt, Mr.John Briggs. adopts Bepteoer29lU& .89. the taartrrs eoiployjad ,bez deomJ .
of PwrflWin. E. Petersry of E-
.poiD bj tbe hair ito jrepare 1 n1eaforpemment certifier, .thus bah ,_. Virgiak; I
:, From the WakuOaTunc& the simile of the reverend giving ( *ad Henry College' Mr. VilUam,Radford arid to the diaeBarf,.f their
: .f of this DUcfcatioxrttf C t..1
: f'adubflwcrty TallahaV their most uneqmvoeal approval great specific Co-partnership. Wm. G. Olayt ipf Bedford. Address ingtotb.u

'fte'which t aiiUee -t6 cport.stJ&; 0 .Mother Wfth
,A 4>f Demoerab x>aald city'h riarwte.b called E. J. B. CABLMtE/Esg., .. ; diildren. Let O\be ,.try i it,*nd be'satisfied.IJT V.1ea isdiM.ledbythiLut1a o(the J nuior FbWk.Depot Bedford V..
w'nl'be careful id uk for Da.M'LUITKI
Purchasers Partner. 'The ub.orbercells the attention of tbow U42crt.
Dear Svrt I wish teinformed 8-pteei.i2Z1855.--0< 4
by the chairman of sid committee. : # .t
and take etM. 1. ,
i who are indeV'ed lo the Una.to settlement of all deI
Which Botnimously.adopted, and on the' public throogh oor Journal,, All other Verraifurte, in comparbon are wortjilrts J I mauls Iu d w .er7tbeir.:cbimI..a be pbel in the .

der the last reWfction the chair that I am no longer.to:be conaidered,a;memo Dr.M'Laoe'. Vermifuge, also! hk.Celebrated; Liver 1 baads of an attorney for colleetioa. --- ,-. Tr PaWet4oi1 titsdgelem

appoiute4tlieOUOWCOflte ber of 4bat secret political organiaaiian *. Pills,con now be had at ill wtpeetabU Drug Stores B.H. BEERY. 8urvivtngprtner. Mrs. Marf'L. BaH i 'nwloIm enMy1&Id. ; .
: .M. A iifiasH American tbegrandUoqiieniiOrjitor in the United State sad Canada. .,_ 43dr September" !, 1855.: ', a. the bigbest oonioa2o3atorvjW Rse.vyAWMe.Gqvuno .
vailalflr'MlHtfd'the -partyM For'sale at all the Brag StorM In Tallahassee,1 "her .met fl.>LadSe.of Tafla1a.si : RI J 8
W. : Branch,, join ft.biW.tOIrn of New Port-is pleased sad ateoe:Agoiojin every T rwo in the Sooth.. ..z I Notice. y,to maka and .itD i Baoaeta and Fa- Jv.

'7PJJ id.T. 'Cher h. :.. toterm 4t It ias bee .fe raoyne! .months put 0 September,.85. UW 1 e"j.Bead.a..u. snUcitoaUkeral'aharaof theIr :r.4eRD.zdltIL.qi.1 .
.::ii ::11' _"' ''''' "' '- ..-, 1.v.a't lo' 4W ,.a&t pf.C'tnscientious ; A'ITT Demands against :Berry & lowlea. .trill b< pationag. / ., ? ,JH.." ;
.re.Otider. guy0intention perfora
; '
: A. L' fc. d.:BDiiKY.SorvivingpBrtneTof IX
\ : paid oo preMKWQ September IMS.4; 4 a
..t'pI :J utb Floridian &"100;. iaaU 'to'. elf, ahd
a11" my fnenda who were .sheed4k41odie.beyondthu the September 29, 1S56 39 Sentinel'Copy. *. "Ii Kdtice1. ; J Hc1k S
1 iLJGuhrI
q cr&6a0, .p&perI the SiitaeqwJllldJez ( the -United Statec. ultblakiqgthaV DIED, in itodkiaCham.'VirgiDia on" 16d .' i' ,: ; : ; f
jorwlictlon, of '
four r.Mkif'ti! fijCTHs'Scbool WiH b j
BOWLES -tged forty year Groceries tfittj. .
: this T're.wuedno' '
. 1 like other .gp'jdde. 4aq Q amative oUI&I'11&oo.bdlor .f r 1 Tiieadaj,tbp'U. October, proximo 4 $ 0 0
llWEi mLf1Rt { : TMqtiW ws THE. tQer Vih'miefeBa1aS &Ws" >iki 4 4.
lations and: : ,'\i1 qndie 1a-
.political intHgnea i rt<*)*Mi* tIf this !'State. But a'' ; : : -
0 .
tt-,1" fbHMir" nf V an k42 euttand teeji aiuiUit;*large and geaeral
-: ir 7- :" of its'ova fkstes per.jhavetation ". erform. lew months ag 'be left urwith the view of recruiting, .aaabrtaQMl GroeerieavirbiA '*. w4U cell $ .; Notice.11.m I .JI t kr 1J t
1,i .lnil.! aI.rro.W', by tln*ptdmanlee. sinrrterwl ,.b alUi.byitrawUad? change of. .:
ftmocb -easteniaVt .
'T J. :. 'i Cash and,on abort td afpro ed '
., ; "orthyrntflondek.[ mjse1f4i4A.ed .i t1'M.jLfeu31lipitIfleeJ&gIfU5 fwrth (hat, . -t. .w.rte. I { :. niore'returnib. aznijoai.kndOh bum-, .1. disobd uI. th 4 I rand
} Im ,.L ;
b.hul&4o il$9 1 Seat >
fromUobVgions > copy
ln me !
.0 : n. :'J ." 30'. _0 .1.n: { J e'tl. to W or'r r "a : '*" -11 '* if'-1- fBrr-VT-r-T"--n tHtu.eaat.inll a\.tad$ '
tbsJ if ; if ji i 1 -rr TM'
CoeuDer -i---.
a- th&tO t ( -4hos. who weren'i kTIL.tJ& had fof vWr'riA.tteeflrfitJnected) with Ji.il I./ llJ --Lost JI'.I tw.Alb have. bonbt 4fc .t
_1m.rft o1tbWtbodc "Wmi-S. tltli: Q1 -i. i De taK r.fi"uW jj a and .ic_, L .__i-ifc.r-Vie, utn beJoosMr to _late firm.renejsted. ..A11cs kb to

B *. 'bo1fdohJ&j'f the :omIni I Kin 1M'4m''tofi'tbtn: who: f9rAi Lp4tj'at\'I4 fln *errnaintainlug 'AN: Monday, September u.a u,*irajie>aljtli- :ofd.aAnft" toceII. .DcI..1&Ji

:. ,!.!IQTTIl are'-Do, 1ogtcW-th.-LLMkr; ;f&4lct deatar.' an'"I L41 *bab1i" _eter.' .m-tsad.: .1.:1. gold clasp engraved0'r1preoci Any persottbeam .11hf".rn I 1
t beiuitab1yfea
: $ hI. I, been for in).Communion of the .E le& ig wtho&MyersvilI ClDilng up ulpitctilJ II bIe.-"
t'ro. f !II 'J.N raaka 1awJ ,ipgJharl: .i years the -wmfort nd'li- .I _,. .1j. es. f LI t1 .
: c
t .a- : 0 t.. lof th8 p .r "JQh'u4..n 8.tebldldeit.ltreer ar: .. ltJi n.uuu.-j. ft : '. .. .1811.I_ : tL,. J..A r:4 / J". U....J !f ;n."dJ.'Al ,'a.. 'rrrti' .
,. w .
- C ..( ;_ .aAtil Wot b1.v.MJiHftfozfrlH .' of a check ,: I n.Jt.1' .. .,:. ."

: -. J !8Ifu-thbPrTflt i J < 1I ctWi at. '''$1N :J.C tk. 1 1t1""r ered lil...teUgioaIIM natained, him and I ItMb1ed ) ,HIde, ,j".iW-W I4 t1 hriiwl'h"4.WI;! :h":. ; .',do .t i_:,M.. ."

; .or.1W 1 1 : flM' 0 f .iU illa alp&t.ure"i'wida W&BP."Jli ixm1i' ..J.t"f.Jttr''f..h_ kriEprTrteeti
tt4. frrt" ?. \
fXJVac'4 b1Ji '
: .f. 1' It J. i 5Of\2 h i .f.1S 'ul AltO Deer
1'.01' 0 'rL--Q rt-1P1e4 u 4t 0.
1..., f"&a.a1" Nol1..u"a"IiJ.QIfI1U.IAUJ'' :f'lrl. J' .I!.S. J nTCJ1.ftt'.mhL71f ,. Th bsi-s r iMt I J, t _. 0ri A VJ f ; l1 ,

.-.to !tha next o. Wbati 1 :' 0 Spt1WIS6&t :.t 0 Q 'i' I 11tfb .." .aaftk' fenipcbrlty f J.b R..7. 18N4.. .f'1, .a"J. .
I ; J.:,! ;'.r :ffld t.." t..jt .J |w4*
# .J.rJlZt'rr 'i- wt.lUDt 4lD; I, -r4r. ti I1eJ oO J"
,lJ /iJ.os! -- '- : -;. $ -4 oU.T fi.4 ? $vl lt
_TUEAivLtxr -JoUI--flD. : wthJr. o( '! I7r 1J ,"a f., .1taf'i--w '-, L"* W" 6a&'j _

i ,..t il1 IY ftt'* rsiw-Dean jand TToSSQme'rf," .'flharged with ." .! tidlit kooW1oribdi' I ,iilS'1' ( r If ., 41 : r.E \: I. d 'j -

ADc.et : i to.cjiXrvl iManra at tb& Nicho "bu.wIMtbe. .e'ti'1ICtlo t;.,: ..wpaJf sft1ui tgdDu11aIre; u + J

s.I_ _.&_.- 0 e. tnto oIiCJt',1bal >eaujacc8/y 1bd,, 1': $ t ..D3J 'lit .F h ci Iit". .' &rEdeItul ta' 'Ao'e4"- Ttgs 5*! ojgsrtw 0
1 ftMfi : -
0 Bi eve ii. lf-pgt 1d 'I 4r1' !.JI'"' _hj'ltt.All. 'iIot1 t. JI Ui1: te/Awrir': : -l* .-.1.t.t i
..rqk'7-. '60..o i I, to the'I'omj4aa being're_.-.,.; ,.f" '. ,. .. l"u..aracta'.\.rLmJ .'. 1.., .'Tai.uimt, O. J s'fltjA,"UI- \.t .st) TA, ;

,; p t ,itrl1''i ?:: ..' ,.' trrn* .*1?r .; vtLJ -; 0 -

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___ : -jrwwII AndreW ,
i _--- -. _t ErictlBff thj Marine
I raaioii oonEgi l. CUTHBERTrGEORGIA.fnfir.e .
:TI .flozpltal.at S3 I *rfcsfFlorida.tm .
Png 8cbHa flejre} T of'this Io titutio .t>j

? TpHE. SESSION OP LECTURES in.flu above,IV : WOOD offer for salt a perfect hair .rLSt1rtt DEP'tNT Aiqwi 'TIA ,I 85LP ,.L *jtislistioocfibe t PiictiUy and Trnut.u.baab.thrownito'e
Int PROFESSOR JJ'aahiivtn, ) Term. commenchv on the fir*
r JI stitutioo will oommeoep on ib. rtr day otNo- It will io a short time' restore the
i ventber and terminate the firtt of l arcb. (thDepnrtintt Monday in Stpt'tnber. and clorfng CranrxxcnrBnDAT A
4 UG5 ADIc1C on ,- hair which has become grey iMrmaoeoUv, to ru original 'C1OkflOOfl the Towth 8abbth In June. Longs,,Stthirot32oitI.
--- The OUokjue it tht'ColUge .building, will beopened color-bring* it out where it U gone, and arrcata, ,the 27tbO( -Tboraday after
:. -- topctieot* co th&JOtb of October,and be con it where it is&nmgoff-Hctaui the head of the dandruff fi.r the construction of"the Marine Hospital at St.

tinued throughout the MDMBD: all and .Marks,' rTnrida. sccordto* 'to the plan mod tpwfica* _
cutaneous renders
and itobinu. removes eruption, PresHent Professor
.-, ,QfDp i MedJcia i.P inl*. OH. wiauw.i .. The Facultv constituted a* follows: the scalp perfectly healthy by restoring the sec tions.; proposed by,this,Department.SsOd Atiu.iittMDIX.and.- A.Ancient It, Lmngosea.Ret. c| -. ILAcT8PRdMcEa211LUATZS; :

4ty,4 B. L. BYRD M. D, (late of SavaJinah Medical Ool-- retire organ to their,original vigor and strength and. Proposals to be. either for the whole Building English Literature Professor 'of Wenttl WLhbesi.I. ? ) $
i AtiOoss. leg e.) Professor of the .FjiiepeI( and 'Practice efPKysic thus supply, nutriment pud :coloring matter to it.- or separate** the different Jrirnls of work. Bills of Y. H. anhlgettIogpdtmvhkt .

JI It doe not color the.hair.'fccfci. in abort, a perfect parcels should aeeompnyeeb1bid'with' the amotml and Moral Philosophy.
Farr Bnwd M Professor of Matheraafc- a' -
lp Qmnine, carried out. Th F. X Foairrr, A. ,
E. LROY ANTONT/U'D, (df VTajnwboroaghOa Hair invigorator aod Tenle. of MCD item ; am! the total amount Rer. *?yc

: ljO"lbKpw, Silt*, ,) Professor of Obstetric aad diseases Women To th. trbo *o tnoeh dmire the beautiful Department rwerwrf; the right to reject the proposals ice nod Natural Science. and ,'

JOOO .** Obubr"da! 1s. I.ft and Children. !I- lock and ringlet young,he feels that'-be:'will be pardoned, ifheofferstbe )here.hy invited, should the interests of the United Miss ANN E AIPW. Principal of and Primary French Depart oftW4jsLresisit.nd 'N c7
200 a1i :oii Oi NORWOOD.il cent of the amount of mertt.and Instructress in Botany -
WESLEY (Cpkesbury. advice suggested by lung aindylmd' extensive States require it._ Ninety per 4
-' .
'IAmp S. C..) Professor of Mkteria Medics and Medical Jun observations; it he to discard U cologne and l the work done and materials delivered according to B. R. Lfo ext. Principal of Musical.' Department MMMS.. ,

100 Neatot . prndene*. -: stimulating oils tor the hair, and keep always upon the contract prices, (said amount to be MeertaJnedj\ an Miss K. Lrvnzsa Assistant.Teacher in Ornamental ...:

*4 ltT '4 t1ed.. JAMES B. MOREL, H. D. (of SuTannaJi. Qa.) toilet a botte of the restorative for occasional ue, estimate of an'Agent of the Department, appointed Mrs L. E. GMOT, and Mr*. K.T. CAtDwtti. :i tl; CiA4mpI1tattitre
!OO Profeoaor of Anatomr. that ,) will be paid from time to time, a* BraKche*. .
and that henceforth iUvei'lecI. for purpose &IWa4Ygad ,
we can sAfely se
t 5 Keg: ITa 1, Wbit.' Lead JOHN DAVIS, M. Dof Abbeville. & C,) Pro.fteor and bald beads will predict be.unknown; for all hough the the work proarews. and ten per cent be retained until '.Thia Institution now present to th PubIle; advan. from tb4 1utgL ind aIlnitr,

,o Bctra' ". ef Physiology. rose blossom .the downy cheek-tbe dark the completion of the contract and acceptance of tacit which few poesew. A Imte and elegautly ,orstrueted >- a" me vp t' '$M yf *- fe".kitd.0
: 'o Pur WILLIAM T. FELY. M. D, ( : SaTantuq, Ga.) eye be ever,so pttretng upon, and the tretb those of peart, the wc.rfc,' tcbv the Agent 'sforruid.t -College edifice ; one at-Ib.tlarM4 chapel in UCrwiirt and Tar r.ete'rM m, )
? BO ZmcPaht, Professor:of Cbematry and Pharmacy. still if the natural fluids be .'withheld from the hair, Contrnc will be awarded only Master: Builder the State'; all neeessary out building" nd ; -G.AflR b (.
1000 Ib*. Firs Proof Paint. CHARLES GANAHL M. D, Savannah.. Ga ) and the assignment thereof by Boarding Department fitted np in the most cest and
Hssorted 100 Bor. Window Glass.inatetiala-Brusbe.* e. Profeaaor pro tem.of tin Principle and Practice of then grey consequence or fall off nature will be robbed of more consent of the Seeret. of the Treasury, will boa comfortable style. unaer the supenntendauc of the bit, u. fR'i;

.- ..ortmaot of atet'i ft/fl.AMS Sargery. i*. than half its charms; and.although it is a sovereign forfeiture of the Mine. Teacher themselves; with the domeatfc department Mayorot.

Demonstrator ef Anatomy, R. J. NUNN, M. D, (of remedy for those who are-gray as well a* those who Every pi-oposal must he aeeompnmed by a written under the 'careful direction of ladie of expfcrieefc
IfcSB. Savannah. bv (eertl- added to all the facilities for a thorough course of Instruction -
: ) are bnld, still all see the propriety of making only punrantw. signed two respnisiMi.-pertons. t -Un.CpltDrrUwSouth.
Received. The fees will be-$105 for the entire Course of Leo- such an application to the hair and scalp a* is calculated fled to he sliv th- District Attorney, District which any similar Institution enn offer"' Ii west .4 .) .ay-( ladtb,

;f i..! Just ures; $10 Demonstrator' fee ; Graduation ISO; Matriculation to it both in a perfect and healthy state. Judge for said Diatniet.) in thum 01 f I5 0.'that the will be seen by reference. to our Catalogue, that our tiI atteoded withia ninitdneed

I rrer Wm. R. Pcttetfrom Nev Orleans : $5.Arrangements. From tht preserve, Editor: the Rent Estate 3,1SfhoolStrect. bidder will when -quir -d. if his proposals be -accepted rates both'of Board and Tuition. nre les than can h* ibe ti' amen. .keli'fj-

l. Lwnona,' Pine Apple*, OwfT hodi have been made by which students of enter intw a contract and bond, with proper and found elsewhere.. This fact, in these time of pecuniary care of* rprrysician l fPwf auaffi 2ftS
can be accommodated board at from f8i to sufficient wcurities f.T its faithful performance. e, is worthy the coueidaratioD of those ha v.
QRAKOE3 Jellic, Prnn \ Pears. Sardine'*, PickM good pressui to.gmw.wssertd *ave np-aU bowTrfi!!! .!?*
I Peaches Preervet Lemc'ns. 4 per week. BOSTON, March 20, 54. Plans Specifiratimw. and *Wf fkinp 'Drawings, ean ing daughter to educate. At this crii i* I was persuaded v2/rV gVfyi** n.j"

: Oysterar Braady and Ginger, Green Gage Mar- For further i information iddresa Prot\Vood: Dear Sir-Having become prematurely be exammtd on and aftf the 15lb day -Scptembtr, The Boarding Department will be under the direOtion erwor? andTar. which entftely toUvDr!
': Apple H.L.BYRD.M.D Dean. I induced weeks since to other iufnrmatj ibtamed. on application of President Alden and lady and of Prof C Id--
.uSSTLomon Raspberry 4u Stra.beny quite gray, was some 1855,and < restored we to perfeet healtb.by the
4 do Syrap and Ginger do, RaQpt.rry Vhi September 15, 1855. 87 make trial of vour hair restorative. I have used less to the Department, or at the Office of the Collector well aiid lady. With$pncious and comfortable dormi ties. [signed]
; -
;r Apple Lobrt, Haddock. nflibnt and than two bottles, but the gray ihaire have all disappeared at St. Mark. tones large and convenient closets new ;aixl elegant

1 tt *r. Fresh Assorted Salmon Piekle. Scotch Ale and Porter.2O.OOO University of Louisiana. ; and although my hair has not fully attained The Proposals most be sent t< this Department, md- fumituie, good and experienced servants. and taM.

&Ul its original color, yet the process change is gradually dressed to the Secretary of the Treasury, (endorsed furnished with the beet the mark*! nfT
i Havana Cigar* MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. going on, and I have great hopes that in a snort time Proposal for the St. Marks Marine ospital) and with a wholesome yet parental '''iWij-line. we |Irw ti :- Pa.

.. D. H. AMES. milE ANNUAL COURSE OF LECTURES in my hair will be as dark as formerly. I have also bccu will be opjeicI at 1 o'clock P. M, ou thelastday named increase the liberal l patronage wrh tvhich tht CVllr/r Altirtih: i .J4JlluCH"D of -

: ) ay 26, 18B5 11 JL this Department will commence on MONDAY, much gratified at the healthy moisture and vigor of for receiving the same, in the presence of the. bfd has hitherto been favored. C,! to rfflnji I isi"sS--:

November 19tb, 1S55, and will terminate in the ensuing the hair which before was, harsh and dry, and it has der. if any choord to attend. F. X FORSTER- ho the ofclirlespT1QNARy
Land Sales. March. I' .ci.lt. case ** 1 : : I Or eat ceased to come out aa formerly. JAMESGUTHRTE.. Secretary of

of decree ia Chancery,the undersigned James Jones M. D, Professor of Practice of Medicio L Respectfully yoars, D. CVM. RUFF. Secretary of the Treasury. August- -II, 1856. 82-Uanl efrte: the -
N a -
: I pnmianc Umas and J. L. Riddell, M. D, Professor of Chemistry. used Wood's September 1, 1855. 35 Melt. -
_J will offer for aale, at the place CHICAGO,"May 1, 64.-I have Prof. [ ]
Warren Stone,M.; D., Professor of Surgery. Notice to Contractors. Sgnedftlcn4kDaLD.
of land,
u upward. oFa miirion acre: Hair Restorative to a decided advantage. prevents -

J be.ides herein designated JuUtn. ti e City of Apalachicola and in th.:: A.A.J.H.Wedderburo Cenas, It!. D,M'D Profeesor, Professor of Obstetric .- the hair from coming out, gives-it a gloss and softness New Establishment in Tallahassee.) OFFICE: orSiAiv. ESCIVFFR. RCEVAVHTA. t'. Tli* flowing in written fronv

I. t Town ni Newport, Florida the property"of the"AP. A. NoU. M. D, Professor Matena Anatomy.GastavuR Meilica.1 ve/y desirable. The few gray hairs I had have THE Subscribers'would respect OZAXGL MILL( P O, ST. Jr>jiys Kivta, }z..s., Ky.rYonr Dr. R'i rVLiverw .ndrj ,
LAND COMPANY; : Surf entirelr di ppenred. Others of my family have used 11 AUGLVT lt 55.
ALACHICOLA .viz annoance to the citizens of 2UTH > rali"/aetio'> m tb-c p'are.: Pr. HOWARD
Thomas Hunt M.D Professor of and Pa
Pliy jiulogy p ;
: said land u lie in the Counties f'Leon it,and'concur with me in pronouncing all it profiles TMtlHliasaee Florida. and the tnl- ned i .". prtttn&M
: portion: of thologv.CornelnM | PROPOSALSill Iw received at .tLw it.. prcrv( Unce it />' iS((he k.. j,
;i 'Wakulla and Oadd, will be offered m T llnha. 'seon Board. 3!. D.. ) to be HENRY A. CLARK, Michigan Avenue..P&OF..WOOD'S jnbiing Counties of Georgia. that they hare opened a SEALED 1tjrth 20th day of August, 1856. f.rc.n: -Ety H. lITCIT11llPwgf1f.
u< the FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER et; DenioustratoreofAnatoniyThe CLOCK AND WATCH Shop on Monroe Street Canal with its rihtce*
: : I Samuel Cboppm M.D., t.trii-ting a ntreiwiry app
i wbich lie in Franklin ,Couufy wifl bt ORIENTAL BEXATIVETE LtNfl1ET. two doors below Book Store
,) .lp rooms lor Dissecting will be ou the tkird McDongall's where they such a* Lift Locks, Guard LOCKS Bfl'ins, fe.. fron ReT.HivxT WmziAyer .
$ 3 SeVetaVlV cbicola on O. FIRST MONO SYJANUARY. IN Monday in October. open is' imentis a valuable auxiliary to the treatment will be ready at nil times to do every description of Luke Homey on the 3t< Johns to Indian River a.distance ty, 0.. write! *:-Dr. Ropers* Liverwort sod Tar ha

: .1856. Thew lands heon the Gulf Coast, The Faculty are Visiting Physicians and Surgeons of some of the most formidable disease with work in their line. tThrooom ter. Duplex. Patent Lev- jf thirteen mile! *,3.4luautboriied by the )hoen? the iaths .asii hog mv repms:! a *

.V r extend from th* SL Mart to the Apalachicola River, of the Charity Hospital and attend this institution which it is-our lot to contend; for instance: inffoma- erCylinder and common Vertical Watches-repaired, General AMenlbly, of the State of Florida at its r ssion -. turff>ratU! [SgnedflENTtyWgq pr.

and include the Islands on said coast.Th from November to AprilThe tion of the lungs and bowel By a thorough and continued at the shortest notice; aUo jobs and Clocks of every of 1854-6, by An Act entitled An Act to provide

:.a. F term will U one-third cash, the remamdeiln Student accompany the Professors their visits application of this Liniment over the region f deacripjion. By strict attention to'buwness. they ate (for and encinirape a Liberal S st.m of Idternal JinJ JST Mt.MraanrATHiB. of DfuiDaravTeon

t & ; equal iri t&lmeuU of oo. ani twb'year, with jutert4t and free of expense, enjoy extraordinary practical the affected organ, the otherwise formidable diseases determined "that none tfiallgo atrny dimixfi"d? prov ment in this Staie..Prvp"wtU D441ef*' Livtwort and. Ta* ,ha*, net with trptSf-

.. from day of aal*.- advantages. > *' are at once disarmed of more than half their terrors, N. B. Good] work llone and Buggy for.salt at 6month's will pctify the nmomt if r which .the *. A yognir gnao ..f ft is place supposed by grtmtjces iV?

: 'E prop rty>purchaied at, the** owned ales, the scrip Stock-ol There are daring- the seisioBJ about eight hundred particularly among children, and thousands of mothers credit work.wijl be tk;iv, tlitnu>J<- and mtmier in wLicli er.i'we t.h( ih the Zai ff, 'cf &**tnpli oi(H

,:.. the ApalacLicoia Land Company, by persona prescribed daily. were they allowed >to speak, would with all the J C. HALL 4 CO. payments are to U-ma
r b-Wcm or their assignees,will be reoeivediu payment In 1854 the minlber of patients was thirteen thou eloquence cf feeling and affection, bear their united March 24, 1855. tf 12Administrator's or portion of en'i. Maps, Profiles and estimates can AVID ERRW2ATUERZIrUW.-
._ _. ., ._ .. .. _
ralne to the fact that it baa snatched tlu-ir children -
i -- -
Its relative testimony j r i.- i
at be this ffice and information obtained
4' I one hundred and ninety-two. seen at < any by _.,_
Receiver. At,
I. JOHN BEARD. THOMAS HUNT, M. D, Dean. from the very jaws dtath. and restored them Notice. Uresing the undersigned at "Orange 1ill Post Of u- H. E. DRAKDrrfgrf Jiii.. 0.
tf-28 The Administrators of the to then former health and beauty. Again it will be fice. St.John's River Florida. als will alo i taleS : A ntleman of '
Tli'FkSia WakuHa Time, atd the GS: ? Charity Hospital ALL persons holding claims fltfnindt the estate of Prvp c my a qaaintaae wISo w *
*: Sentinel, elect fourteen Resident Sludeuts found a powerful auxiliary iu removing what is generally Hail Road the s ppareutlr in the latt *
I will puUisb till annually, in April, Biiie deceased late Gadsden County be received fur constructing a over ttapt ef Cmfarptturrll/ WM
AjvOaehlcola Commercial Advertiser who are maintained-by the institution. known A* nn Ague Cake or nn enlargement of are hereby requested to present them to the undersigned same ground. F. L. DANCY, r ester-ed to pe.ftjct heahh by tlMof Dn Rnctn*

J Idth: : discontinue. September 8, 1855. 86 the spleen,indeed iu all cases where the external application duly authenticated within the time prescribed by la A State Engineer, State of Florid I.Jrerwort and.Tar. Tha cure '*as a' -
of service this Liniment will be found -
-Savannah Medcal College. .. is use or this notice will be dead in bar of their recover v.' *nd August. 31,1855. 35-1y a ry-oae.

,1 Institution In Chancery.In II. all persons iudebted wit! plensu settle the same with -
,l p J rnUE: Third C( u< of Lectures in this November, PROF. WOOD TECETABLi: MAOIL UFE FILLE.BLYSMIELD. tbe.uudr reigued adrninietrAtors. COTTOW 'PLANTER'S Dx True*, ((an 0W Sekoot j'AjMefop f
in tAt Circuit Court tht Middle Circuit
.' -4 JL, will commence the Monday .ida. Ia of Leon off/or. May SO,'53. Prof. O.J. WOOD:-Dear CATHARINE BUTE, high ilonding,) ef Patriot,' O, write* jI have?Wt

qi 'TO. Ll at County.Aodrew Sir:-As we have used and seen used for a number JAMES C. EVANS. a, t the! family pbjaieiao of Mr*. Wiseman for twdr
I Clinical Lecture in Medicine Cliniqu will S. Garr, et alii, 1 of years, jour Veritable Magic life Pills we are prepared September-U 1S55._ 35 TALLAH1SSEE.% % flOBIDi. year, and dunog tLltia the baa *ufjert>d with and the College
*41 th* Savannah Hospital, vs. >. to recommend them to the public as superior eased lungs, which finally tetCed foto PlJLMOyAIIY
U 15th October and contiuue during Lewis Curtis t Nathaniel Thurston et alii. Florida Hotel p
wmmencaon < ) CONSIJMP fl02{I U Shiwa "cured'
.. ?l to all others, and infallible in the cure of the diseases To COTTON PLANTERS end othei of tM) and tJir o1- entirely by th
on the 31st day March last, io an of D RoataV5 LrVxawow '
the course 'T\/'HEREAS use inn fa,f-
.4 for which the/ are recommended: MONTICKLLO, JEFFEKSO COU>TV.undersipied .jaimag C'oiinii'a iii f7a>ida and Georgia:
f T Decree rendered this
FACULTY: Interlocutory in cause by B. B. Leach, A. R Pettis, aI). Albro, P. Jacobs, H.& VfclLSOSVil
j ..: Theory and Practice of Medicine-R. D. AaNou' the Hon. J. Way lea Baker, Judge of the Court afore Orin Buzzel, Spencer Sussell, Edward GP.ber. John fl? rJ"Jfl ri ves notice to the pub WR, the undersigned Subscribers, return to yon "IT 18 COSTIVE FACT'

M. DObiutrics said, it was ara-mg other things ordered as follows: Albro.iLucien B.Sweet, Elias R. Sweet Join Hucn- Iii; --.1.lie' that li has refitted the Hotel in ur most grateful thanks for the very liberal That
and Children And it is further ordered and decreed that all which has been bestowed through wherever Dr. 1kieii'Syrnpoft1ver'iortpe*
and Diseases of Women ; &'p Motitirello. formerly kept by Capt. Newman patronage upon us,
raft, Nathaniel Gilmore James H.Piue, Win. Johnson, Tar has been
I introduced it i is
P.M.Kei.LOcLIILD. person having claims, debts '.or demands, against the Johnson Williams, G. L\vson. C'. Farrnr. D. Landers. and will t>e prepared rc-ceive viitors by 13th your kindness, since we hare been engaged in the roperMdnur ver ,oltf r

.t Principles and Practice of Surgery-W.G. BULLOCHMe said Apalarliicola Land Company, or to or upon the PROF. WOOD -Dear Sir !, and of Novemlx-r. Th* li.p is now in thoronph repmr CfttwrvStc-rige, W*>ighiiig! and Selling Busintps in this Cough Medicine before, the public. 9T ij* b.1lyo-
: Having user its
: experienced -
truly medkial
.1 M.D. lands known as Forbe's Purchase, or any portion of the effect of Life nnd will be pi, ninna-A'd a.-t to r r ''hflte (lie comfort of city and we again offer our services the ensuing season Tirtnei'BE
Vegetable Magic
1: lical Chemi ry-C. W. WE T, M. D. the said lands, do present the same with the evidences Pills in family, I will your that as med irne-ts and b" riJ TP. Attached are good stables, at our old stand and hope that our duty in the WAllNED IN SEA--ON J!I

1: Institution of Medicine-E H. MAKW, 1!. D. thereof to Hugh Archer, Jr, E.-q, one of the Master icine, they my cannot be valued say too highly. a I family have used \vliereevrnttiiti. n N p.iiil to lu>r. .-p. Terms usiiiinlrrntp performance of jour business heretofore has been so And egM not that ough vkieb i is daily wrako.

:1 1 Anatomy-T. G. HowAan: M. D. of this Court, at his office in the City nf Tallahassee them-in several bilious attacks and lofl.imations. anti a* jit nn) oilier Hntel in tlie country. A discharged as to secure your patronage and influence lug your constitution irritating throat and
;;. Medics and Medical Jurisprudence. B. oa or before the first day of October ncjtt. and that share custom i* respectfully! solicited. in the future. VeryRespctfullv; and that your lusyj.
MaLone I will say that their virtuea cannot be too highly arprcciatcd inviting on dread disease,Consumpti..*. vt>
.t the aid Master take of and ascertain awl BROOMfi & HEIR.
proof C. BLESS.
RZAD, H. D. report fur in every case they have speedily triumphed so soothing and Healing remedy can t.obtain.1
J. WE&T. M-I> the validity hiij. amount of each atuJ October September 30, 1854. 89 es
Demnnstritor of Auatowy-JGL upon every over disease, and hence I feel in duty bound Montiffllo. 28. 1854. ly 43_ Dr Rogers'Syrop nfLiyegwoj and Tar.
: 00MatrfcolatwoTKket of such claims debts and demands.
Fe.slortbe entire Course. .?,-$105 An J that the
..800 said Master do summon befcn him, such of the atd to recommriid them to all. They opornte perfectly AGENCY OF /ETNAINSURANCE CO. Leon County iron Works, Beware Counteifritj azzdBai. Inhtaza j

H 1 1I1 Amp* faxalitfcrffl be funishod for the study of claimants or creditors or their agents, as he shrill ascertain cay,is producing thorough ;no and uneney I am Seng.tion.sal is 6 ed that yet nothing their oprmtion more THE underpinned, Ageirt of the above Company. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.r The genoine article iajn'goej Ax W-TRdb>w,rn
Ii bo iofonneJ within thla State and receive and make insurance tb. .ngrs..I .$ctl btthn.- -
Board be had at from f4 or wo g v applications Wvspper-
in most is tlrm these
Practical Anatomy. can eases, necessary valuable pills, I Hia CBWiJiRlinteut ia now in operation. All
c applY toC.W notice by advertisement to be published in two news and again !loss by Fire on Brick and Frame Buildings, JL Price, -$1 per Usttle, or six bottle tr Jfa. Soil.
1 II oar week. For further particulars perform a speedy triumphant cure.Respectfully orders will attended to with promptness,and wholesale and retail
4' in this State mid in Furniture.Merchandize.tc. by SCOVlLJil EAD
WEST M. D, Dean. papers published one puUifeltrd'in Yours tic, all work done with neatness and dispatch. ,
$4 4 Sm-3' the City of New York, to claimants er creditors J. B. ANGER. January 29 1S53. 4 B C. LEWTS.Oil. 113 Chartre St, bet. Coot! and StioQa, Nl-OrlrW
Angmtl 1,1855. their All kinds of work, such as Steam Work.Mill Work, Sot ACRTTS ?Ot'TwK Soutbtkir StiTn'townom
to produoa ilemuixls and be examined touching
: 0. J. WOO & CO. Gin Gearing Sugar Mill, Circular Saw
LEWIS Machinery all order and
the And that application* krAgd.bo
Nails a4
: 11atdw&ie .Cutleiy, Guns, same. any person or persons appearing Proprietors 696 Broadway, New York. Shafting, Pulleys, Hunger, Plough Castings Brass drr ted. .
before him uci shall -
reference be liberty
.- Shovels, '6cc. -on > at 114 Market Street St Lonis. RESIDENT DENTIST, Castings tc.; also, Sugar Kettles, of any size kept Tor sleat- all' Rtnr- in.11l Tin
to ooBtett the claim or demand of other -t taatDrng <
Merchant any per D. H. Ames, Agent;.Tallahassee, Fla. TALLAHASSEE FLA. constantly on band. All work done in sink UbIUn- j
attention of -
rpHE Subscriber*invft 6e son persons ; and* that all such creditor or claim OIlJwithin! at one Agency in every Tovalo tLe Booth. .
: tock of good, em February 10. 1855. 6 now inm rting Artificial Teeth on the merit will be dune by us. with a particular regard to y '3s -
JL" TWting New York,to th r- ants as shall not oorae ia and prove their demands/by IS August 25/I fta-
I above line _ new aitd-.-tmproved principle with the strength and din ability of the work.
india particu-
.Wienie Etompleto anety1 the time above limitedreucb further time es the JOHN W. EVANS,
.* 'krrr'adapted ta the Southern trade, which they ar said Master shall allow fur that purpose, shall be excluded continuous gums from one side to the Competent Workmen always readiness to put up City Tax, CoIecthija1eB

prepared to sell 4 low prices for Oasb or approved from the benefit of the decree to be made in the ATTORNEY AT LAW, other, without seam or crack, leaving no place for the Entriues. Ac. virtue of Ue.autLc it7 rested IA rnjv thi
1' STOW BUM1KIDGK, GEO lodgment of food thereby rendering them perfectly Terms will be liberal and all work done strictly for
C Cause; but such persons not parties to the came, who dayIeyidnpon odt1. e3paefo.nai o-tbn
)- 3.. .f _. : -W8 Tearl St,and 94 Water St, New York. shall come in before the said Master to prove their I \1 ILL give prompt attention to all business en We like, and restoring the original contour wf the face, cah. or accepted orders on some business firm m this first 3tonJ.q n Oetobe next,if ootpce1ouslj sd.

t5J June 2S, 1855. Z&-4m demands are, before being,admitted to do so, to sign T' T trusted to his care, in the Counties of Thomas, so as tn defy l detectkm. He will attend to all calls place. Liberal prices paid for' old Iron. '., Copper- and before the COIWEOtJ&W n

and deliver to the said Master a stipulation to contribute Decatur, Bat Daugherty, Calhoun, Early and Clay. in Middle Florida for Full Setts. Those wishuiR.( Full Brass. legal iwuVa, Ibe felibwirV de erib d

t in Heon Circuit Court. In Chan- and pay to ibe complainants their .proportion of Fctruary.17.,1856. 7_Jf_ Setti* con obtain all necessary information br letter. All letter muatbeaeased.piet( paid) to for Taxes due the city TalLbtt .fer.tW|

ioer :. Bill for Divorce.e the expense of ,the suit, tbe amount- to be paid to LONG &; GALBRAITH He will warrant, in eveiy instance, satisfaction,-and J...M. : SHINE Tallahassee, Fla. 1855, toit;. - -. ,
:. $ be settled by the said Master according (to tLc aaioont prices to suit the time Terms.Cash, or when called M 111SS4.M.. -_10_ tLota So, 81 and 82 m the original Plan'b I Bfmr

i. Compt.| of their respective claim,as presented. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. (or. : ..Notice."OROUGHT toHarcf1lryan.'I -

1 : 1. '> Noto therefore, in pursuance of said decree,notice i is LONG A'J.'B. GALBRAITH have awoci- June 34. 18S4._26_ iifMontice.llr On4.fi/th/ -*f.fetlKi.t80in f the *rfetbal Tlaa, UloBffiojrt -
WiUiaro'T. rice. Defd't )f MA. to:Jnil >,JeffersotfComity,
f : ? hereby given to all person having claims, d bU or themselves in the practice of Law. They For Sale JDl 'ta*:.8tat* .|J. Grnhn.i' j.
ef tl Court that the }i'rida.on the 26th of August negro madnaTned
,. appearing to the saUnfacUou e demands against the ApolucbicaJa .Land Company, or will attend the Court in the Middle Circuit the Supreme Note No.-2 *ndTiiith4JWtc1t: addition an5a.
*b.r named defcodant, WiLai Piice, rewdes to or the Land known as"Forbe's Purchase" Court and the District Court of theUuited rOUR small Farms in Wakulla County, containing LEWIS, dark J. mtsItlstStt.e4fttr4a? : It isrJted tHt aheiu upon 1? about 8Qscres, each with g dwellings\ and -and save ithat he beloogs'toj.aavee thereto for theyars 185 !4belonging' toC. -
situate of
the Franklin. Qadsden Leon and
in counties States at Tallahassee.
of the xCitliaT cd In MJ d! W; .f ./aint be out houses fMafboo! ( County Fla,naar Sawanne River.Thv J. BaftK-tt: -- -t *'tur -. m
.; : g Wakulla in the State of Florida, to the same Office opposite the Court:HOUM. '
.. wt i the first Monday in Octjlxr. IS I T >n led with the evidence thereof the undersigned present one of October 28. 1854. ly October 14. 1854 41 owner i is requested to come fi rward, prove will prop.ertpay.ehrgean4takeIiiiflWa.Or JOHN WILS IIaty TPOUMOe.
f tbi cider be puULe6 i *w,* i wsf ne, September, 1 18M, -S5-4V
that 1
a said I
c0pye the Master of Court, at his office in the city of the law direct -
Notice. dealt with
J: paper printed ia TallaLaseee f<> I iv -liie Tallahassee on or before the first day of October next, MITCHELL & STEWART, as JOEL 'WALKER.fl C

fl r m1iti' f\Aff\r fn* Qy JipTpOiHt&O t iL.arii;-, otherwise they will be barred of all benefit tinder the "PERSONS having demand or claim ,against the Sheriff f Jefferson County.
AT stUitas: J. WAYLES Joage Decrees rendered to be rendered in said Ause. X
!: u4a4& 8m-26 HUGH ARCHER Ja, JASPER, HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA, are hereby notified to present them properly September I iV ILLS f'r sale by e*Subscriber. Thestna

Matter Chaneerv. authenticated, to the nnJenigned'administrator within iLlf : Mill kyibeeu 1oc.are ,ia na tiroct this xaVgion
ia all the Court of the Middle
& CO., 21-1 WILL practice the time requin-d by law or this notice will be plead .
May 26, 1855. 7w. ,in Columbia nndA-lachua in the Eastern *ndlowr, part >f jOevrgia, aqd (iv perfect;* tisfaction. -
in bar of their sad all ihuse zRntsIL4fiet
are EUt '
: recovery ; gnnding witT. ease 10 buah U and the rise
rtEA.'No. COTTOISSbutliern Circuit, and in the adjoining Counties of Georgia.Macb24.185&tf '
RICHARD T. imcHrrr. CHARLES v.ATTORXEHflW DowNuig requested to mik :.pnjnvi>t immediately. TALLAHASSEE, FLOR1PA., b the day; with let thas 'tb drolniry ml.po e :
ia: : Wharf; "- ,.____-__ -,_ __ 4 12 \ T. B. H UDN ALL..Administrator.Bepliraber t -l-"* ::__, plied to U, Tbr;m ktr furni La aiuuid to pot it op p-;

;rL c'1otQ234 Bc. G' BlflCEETT & DQWWG, A., INJURY 4AEBATThIY 16. 1855.378w r1HE Proprietor would in- and every 'rie wnrfanted to give perfect 'satisfaction.

.. WAISWIJOHT.BAOOT, &; AGESTS FOB CLAIMS 1 forn< hi frirniUun.l to ..il CHIPSIIi4 eitarn1 thuni at D!L.DD'S.
tWLL&wtQ1, if Blaoksmft.ing. .
i LAWS TSl J A gl l 1855. .
I Vms oa .LAWTON, JE -pibkic..tba.be hireui11 JII i-ii 16 .
ro g 3V Ditt, j i9O, Stciiifl .: r : -
4m-32 TALLAHASSEE FLA ,Jx L1ATFAHEDito 'ssyIAvery&nLi1iie1fal l IsrgI.lrick. Slabjef} aithe, yld.atuf.l jau.i w u-w
; Auguit.11,1866. WASHINGTON 4UTY, May 21. 1ji prepared to aocvniwodatej lii 'fn"vnnV an! ruMrmtr .Cai'riage :LUggia, nt1 Uarnsis,

11 Jk' Hetice. WILL-prartitfft Before the Curtof Claim*, and ) kinds of work apper. J HeaTs .lias'atiachedtolil- Sties, a got i Biaek er Sale by P. B.HE -:
::. adminJl ecnte claims before Congress and the-MV* 0.'P.HOUL-ANDf, i tuning to that -o sinfes* is done in good style nt sLort T m5th SUIp.beC-h wi11Ji.at. hare dste all kmrt of
ir&oriis daU,4ie toiemgned j.becribti-U reeefrftTaJL
after eral.Department*. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW notice,, and non a* 'reasonable1? term a* at any other PlHiit4itii wotk. Home 5h4i,1i auI Ci.rri&ige w ot k H>
-utratoif ftbi estate orH. B. Bradford.' eceasa \tofffwpply of Qatnagn,
1! L o jBljr28-1855.' 0 > shop m the city. ,Farming-implements. *ucl ,a* Turn thrvery l I .vd,Iat44>f J**J County wfll exhibit hi* 6nftl account Quincy Florida, ,. Ploughs, Scooters, -Rods, devices, Htel Pin. Tap Bujgie n1) UarpfM. wbicb hs offer*
ToocHer to fte HOD.. Judge of.Probate of Leon pateb. for ah? oa the most -aouabl
aod : S. s:. KNIGHT practice the Courts of the Middle Cit Rings and! Iron'Wedges,, kept ready made nud-cuo Nnvintber'51 ;'44 No venter 18&4/ tmn-146
be dwcharged.EDrA WILL 18.
: Cyauty, and ask to hand. This will afford farm .
Administrator t, and,of Jackson and Franklta Counties. slant ly'on is an opportunity .
: D BRADFORD AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION? MERCHANT October, 1852. 42, tf to supply themselve without bemfrdeUyed. Wines, Syrups, &c. Dressed-Lruabcr
1I .4, '
: Ot.ard Sauce.
FLbR1IA. BrandyWorceter.hire
'' O I (1 A11OUANI Flooring,i1(l.lir
'1 Meuu.Oicttlred.T91CcO. Seplemberl', 1865,' 05 5 WILLIAM SCOTT, ..Yannaryii55i'. r. 2 Old Port Mn iFre.li .bter, .WVIhfl .
3 -r': ---- -- Madeira ., is Slitti', EKaibia pes.r.MMioI ,
4 1 1. iuA2YeeaT BOCUe %00 BOXE* Of rmrioiw' WftodaM L1, STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESS ','? '". -3sf i OLIHs, 4ret8 l LonjU-r, makes,thy.amootbeat rk)7) ,
A Malleo*" Haanfactartfd;Tubaeso on consignment For sale. MONTIOELLO.FLA. -- Sherrg, 'aoL in really cheaper tL a ruaMng. by Wnd'evenift*
IdO Bo, oiw om-tfeWay .' 0.d ., AX JJ B.Vf P O tt T Li.ndonPorter, .. "fl. iut hanT4T>'or drr, ef'r- '
: again Ihia MMOO, 3A.CKS SALT. In *ret rate ord r-byr July 20. 1858. SO, ( 1j.i! I i k-ct. ( > : 'is'HAMX'
Set'Uhli 5iI ?. Sardines,
: McrehanU wuldowentolearthU In mmd/and f itwillW 0 S. 8. KNIGHT. : f PHE undersigned carrirt on the abovebusta ss. New Port --- -tf

old lover than lame.quality can be laid down September'l, gsj, .L in all branches. ll calculated Brandy..Teai be?, /ToMiMoe-Ketchup,
., t :: Glass, Oils, White Lead, &c.1 Building w far Cherries, .' Walnut '!'
!: for from ooal jnarketa,. and. oa um. to'voodjparDANIEL despatching wagon*,i D..LADD, Oheap'Gdds.r

I I ti.t .: j : .- i ..Notice.; ; i JJUi-egEWbiteLidure- Ark *BOXES YTindoVoia**, ,assorted extra
4 ,2iswp4Angi4.4,18$1 JJANIRG boogbtoot the iot rrt of BJPVBjrd,i i. barrels LInseed Oil, MILES .NASH & CO. Preserved Quinces, .Raspberry,Syrup, :
::1i. the inercaigil. bwiecssat Jtt ** '! '. ,"
..4mfl.stator'4N. Oentreyille.sh all 5 Lard Oil, 4'b&1n1> Strawberry
'I' ...L eUU r i ofad to*accoont*and notes dueUH> Ut ,firm of iByrd: ad 20 Kegs Zinc Faint, <. Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, '&c.ITOUED I GiugW, t Lem.o conshits 'if thi'1reit tee

A eo Ckmnty.'d* Comb, we respectfully solicit a continuance of, the 20 package Fire-proof Paint, (bbU and } pDh.) .. luform their friends"and the pnbfic. that "Spnrkling Gelatine, Ginger bun, Uoods

: DOice ibat they mtwreenttbetota patronage heruUffor liberally, a*aided to Ibe latafirm 2 barrel*Train Oil, 1 bbL Copal VainUh, .T T tni-y RJtd'on'lanft ft good aMortro*. < f*oeh .9 Flavoring Exrraela, Pipe ?'AppleQlivea ,JewelryJiupy it.ti. cuuery.OtWaie

;; Il .eud *iIL 4I1UtheDUst1 wltbiu 'tim Spirit Turpentine in barrel and at retail.D. articles a. are g-jivr llj"ki pt ip> Ieir line of business, pAniIti Sa1adOi1. pEngllah .

L$1. ubdseigaed riaJMiei wI1Ibi inb We are determined *opll9$! geods as low as they ?' H. AMES. and will.fbe r-cei fb rqjularlv"fresh. supplies. Their Miwtard,, capes,, .to'* U*to Ltub TOWLE esttp a1q"duced

= sJ3 be6purcbued in.T's1&IIUaIe,.ThornuvWq owbre November, 1864. .45Adrnlniatratprs terms eliall-te reasonable. t T 4 ;t' Clar tv bparkung Cider, Arfll5-1u4.l prices. ; i I

4 1010 IYPUId1&L &yIUfl$ elb rsoas o gibe es aefl before ..TallafoftweAprilrgtb( 18M'. J U. / <. ToUcco.HavanaSfegar. ....Dld'JPorfJnWK'' ;
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Notice.SIX JD.AMZSl'
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: IP!eII : ; flt4 1' deeeaMtl;Will'exhibit hs! account and voucher* before :tJIW the

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rop p_; ,th1! bI c4St.isber8l8UbA. tJ3& $ ALFRED A. FISHER ingeneralu ; FariculaK'a # .'
1" i i.j May 6th, 8&5 ,, ,18 6ui Thi*wtabAwt&mi ; .j '.- 4
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Ths $ (431 oUbt *' fIOO$ sq ? I. BARNARD&MAXWELL. ATTONEY.ALWAt
: ath1s; 11 4 month after date, the undersigned,adnHrjutra- ii"t.v -t Ii :ufI
k'- SIX $ J.lU-5ft r.L- 1eidi; -- ater.ekiLz&uFA.fi d4'; ,
110 de bontfnon of the eata&tif Jonathan( G. Pad-
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final account atM>oecb r to (heJodge of Probate of -t -
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