The Floridian & journal
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: March 15, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00480
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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*wofcty ._ vuvbIiItrtnk. p1j Teih ; 4 :, o// leg e.. For the bfomuUon of;sach citizens
iraf It had been, Both lie said be andrespfctabh I FaD ksd.eno.at.
niJegs4vry j ; cause to worthy othtr. ofBM,'aRd hut 'WU
with of whom
l jfiid some we areperaonaIlyac. a.
_: .. G de.sr Ery'Co1or, Style Qaalily, by a most aadacionf'attempt to outrage, 6atleastlooverr Jpersona,but very JiT Jj. They quainted, we annex part of the eighth section icnomioeefoi- 1i" itls &at

whic&Iaiz prtpartd to male'up biih&soifazhiolwMe4tple : e, the'. law,by pArties ichsrg': wen jesting upon the ubjed'or matrimony,, of the act of Congress approved April 14, Lcgialatare, aDd nD.aH fbtstiekeL. No'one -
IlmIN.in: short notice ed with baring en concerned inthe barn i&nanIonor
; an trusted in him riore fap&Wjrf
1802 and stiH in force,- confers upon .
ir..iStJJ dC"!iVi ]-tt "O'COC& : AND REASONABLE TERMS. ing.dosrn of the 'Judi&& r'. office, reports of when she jestingly popped the question, them,all the rights of cwttnshmr and .g Mtlemth; tba the IJUrdin8

'dry(oak, Wbteafe ]U -ALSOA which deed,OUT readers'will recollect having to which be acceded..: One reply brovgvt on The children of persons. duly DaupJUl. L .; .J .- Nt: thi fn 4&nxrof.-'

!.tJdIi cM.p CIM&ar .. XO.KKK Aim WELL S LKCTED STOCK OF read a short time sioce. another until' they went. to the parson's and under of tho taws of the United States J emeot" a warm and D etiDlIiMPJ of.

ibihii; JOHN. '" B.49.1LOfD. READY-MADE CLOTHING, : ". Haynes, \vhp was some t time ago arrested had the ceremony. performed.WATMI or who any previous to tbe passing of any Haw on ). M.'. and had. stood. by 5hio. aa, "

._ : Consisting of erery garment suitable fur trmterVear, on the charge of having actoally.committed a that subject by the Gomrintant of the United Whilti o.theri t ef* 'hmd
mlJAjr..8 each as.Cloaks,Talmas, Cotfi/YesU,:Pants. ic, Ac.Wbkh the offence, offered to tarn State's eri J1 NNICCDlA.Y D K.ICPI1'fG UP HtT.K..N States Bare become eit&ens of oneof .tre'l\i b rfi'Idi
y"SSER.., .jrBl b deposed wf at btrprksea.-. -_ dence, and in i his i"b revelations implicated STEAM: -Henry.Ward Beech, at his the,said may onde she laws thereof any being lodge hirt at fee time of ie .. sg1.. .

JA1141i n.faee; *TaAiiCFACTCKr ; JLIso, a large lot of Plain and' 1 CyS1frtaIOOUaXI, Blanlenship and Lewis as parties to late lecture Northampton, said ass glass, under the States of tW8lltl-oo..y.ara at;tie tilt mi Ut: Roil b<*fta a J"th.sarue .
Undersbnis.CraTais.Sf ocis, Hosiery, &.lz.e.Thoee age
SHEET the deed. The sheriff Austin of water to him after he l .
.orCorrEKjTiN AND their thereupon was brought soon i. ad. I Ioc T. '
de hiBg a thorough oat-fit trill conenlt time of their parents being naturalized or -I
WASB WBOLVSAL.E RKTAII irUel attempted to arrest the furmer at Waco, bu commenced, that be was much obliged for him I wIfe cU frr.
IKOTT A own mteresU by giving me a-call as all the above mitted to r the rights of citizenship, shall, if ,Moncrtef learet.behbd
DKAUCXI, : PLYcrcD._ : 1AYAItnDWAg. : liMe been selected with great care and with i was prevented by the citizens of that place, the kindness but that he never used water dwelling in the United States be considered. proachAUe character) *wnaan. deterring or"the

.. special view to their adaptation to this market.. who, however, pledged) themselves that< when speaking. When he first began to as citizens oi the United States. best .bpibaod,1 airf *"rorely intarpt-
IA ss.ss JOHN PItATORIU8.No'ember should make his in Austin at the speak that other i0e fa (rtei.
appearance seeing speakers constantlyused TtwrfpfenejT nearly
24,1855. ly4'fIn In a New York case, reported. in 8 Paige, ting 00) .
..we Bead-ct.Cerp IT.. time the Lewis'sappearance moisten the throat he did the '
appointed answer charge. water to with rfet SM iaWt fctero alow M>ODR
433, it was decided, that an, alien's minor tie
A t'fCPLEHTDID'assortmetit oCOo king,Tariaa.Md Leon Circuit Court. In Equity. was in like manner guarantied. same, and soon found that he waa constantly p.children, born abroad, if residing in tbe United strangers, Emt amid ,.. Who 'will, do all

Wood Stores trimmed with ieatoei John Martin Complainant,' "On Sunday evening last, accordingly, obliged to use it. Whereupon he concludedto States, at the time of his' naturalization; that is possible to reteve .herioh.. r affliction. -
Bad tJwsTaDtj tTadaeed pricts. '
**. Monday baring been fixed as the day for ex thereafter let nature do her own work ,
become We know of .
&_f B.er Work. John P.K.Savage,andhia' amination, Lewis rode into town, accompanied and immediately broke off the habit The citizens thereby. no Toiquort1re.faithleuhusland ai. :'tracTe" .
Froot Hes ls. Guttering Copper wife Martha B. other judicial decision on the construction of
,Ore.t1 Sazage
Boc& about of his friends all that he has been :
by twenty very consequence was, never fall Mrs. Roife 'wu i ladyBonalapprarane 'tl6'pttf.
Ha Caadaeting Pipes Sheet Lead,8beZine and Boiling Baker, Trustee this act-Globe.
Lead Pipes Patent Cistern Pomps. Shop wsrlof Comp1a anta. heavily armed with double-barrelled gem, troubled with dryness of the throat since.- >; of& goodfi I 311YI and ii.: -

every rariety done at abort nstice. TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Conrt,that revolvers,* and bowie knives. On tbe follow. He believed that, lithe brains ofyoung speak. fJr: It is a curious scientific fact that the time of the elopement a member .of tha.

City .anel Country IflercbaBts JL the Defendants, John P. K. Savage and his wife ing morning,just before the stage left Austin era could furnish them with ideas, die saliva storms advance in a contrary -direction from Baptist Chnrchf Her ulbaud was-onecT

Are respectftjlly invited to give me a call beCOJ. parttsn Martha B. &. reside beyond the limits of Florida for GalVeston, Blankenship also came Lntc ry glands would generally supply the proper the wind.. By means of the telegraph' it has our most:worthy citizens. eSteemed.. by an
elsewfeere. viz: "in the State of'Georgia-It is ordered'that the capital, in like manner' escorted by some moisture; and he universally found that if been noticed that northeast storms make a who know him. 'Be was kind and indylgtirt l lto .
and demur to.tbe Com .
N.B. AU artJdesmannfaatiMd from the'ury they appear p1ead answer of his friends he could find ideas which regular from some remote southwestern
; tr duraUe. No other arfi plainant's bill at Boles to be held in the Clerk's office thirty sioiilarJianned'and pub to to give atterance, "progress hU wife.''tio much so for Uw proud. w-
"de best will material be offered and warranted for aala of this Court on the first Monday in August, 1856 licly declaringthat all the sheriffs in Texat the necessary moisture was forthcoming.He .- quarter, their arrival at the different cities fractory wotttan' who baa so basely deserted

October 20.1S55.CoPartncrslilp. .u else' the said Bill will be taken pro eenfeuo as against could not arrest him, although they prbfrssed said this for the benefit of those whom it along the line being telegraphed at intervals -

them.. It.further.ordered that a copy of this Orderbe themselves willing that he shou'd undergo an might concern. as if they were armies or railway trains' until biro.Mr* Rose left drre Inicrtslinf girls"'
Notice. published) for tbiee months in some newspaper published after several hours reach New
they England,
examination before a magistrate. It is supposed than motherless. She took with her i little
rpnE underpinned bare this dsj.entered.into a eJL in and the city ordered of Tallahassee.Dooe at Chambers this 14th of February I that'a similar body of men was nevei LIBEL SUITS.We understand that Dr. Rufus and sweep windward towards Halifax. boyThe father and his>ieinds>erein: hot

partnership IoUWWHQLESALE 1856. before seen so heavily armed as they were. W. Griswold has sued the Tribune for with the'hopffofreeoAc'teg
How. J. L. SEWABJD. -In the reports of the pursuit of the guilty parties,
& RETAIL J. WAYLES BAKER.Ju "Very greit excitement was caused bj libel l, laying the damages at $20,000. The Congressional proceedings we find the following the eb d. .

DB."D"GU.XM"E' February 161856. 3m-7 their high-handed attempts to override the articles complained of are a savage editorial MiL.R. managed h procure her hasNndto.

trader the Dame and style.of DR. LEWIS, law and the authorities, the whole city feel attack, and the publication or an abusive THB:KNOW NOTHING Co'L'n 01f.-Mr. be absent that she.might.better \ onaum-
ing outraged and indignant at them. Numbers speech of Mrs. E. L Rose The Tribune EWe be the
AMES & LIVELY. RESIDENT tDENTIST Seward, (dem.) of Ga. while explaining the ira'c hr warton enlerprise. .
will not be able to buy off their antogonist
.J of the oldest and he
most most .Jhat
TALLAHASSEE,FLA. reason of his absence,on the final rote for b J-stal out of higoM.'steb, ao .
win be pleased to HI tbeir fneodi now inserting Artificial Teeth on tbe influential inhabitants bad been so thoroughly time.A the election of Speaker, alluded to the Orderof would be compeUed to'I leave H at boon a

patrons at tin old stand of D.H Ames, fA. Is pew"'and improved principle, with) aroused, as to be arming ?to aid in carry SUJDEJrnT.tipsy -customer,'who "Americans," and said that the American pillage for her. She'rifled his. drawer* and

:mTliEY re Ikey wiU"kefep a fall,.and 'ifeneral eontixuxms gums, from one'.side to the ing the law.into effect, tfapy should be need was seated on the box with a stage driver, National Convention,by-ignoring the twelfth took, besides a qnanity.of gold, all the, rala--'

.of Article*D.appertaining H. AMES, then other, without seam 01'.crack,leaving no place for tbe ed. The sheriff himself was subpoenaing a swayed backward until he tumbled oft The section of the Philadelphia platform bare able property..about the ;-boose ots.partabl -
1 lodgment of food thereby rendering them perfectly posse of fifty men, and arming them, to ena mud and he fell soft .
was deep
M. ,LIVELY. life like,and restoring the original contour of the iaoe placed themselves perfectly. where the republicans n.-ttre. ? '
J&I&Ty 1.US&. 1 so as.to defy detection. He will attend to all calls ble him to arrest Blankenship, wheiTthe M There, now T ho exclaimed,as he crawled -" stand-both denouncing the: administration .Monerief upposed to har taxea 'a*eoniiderable .

b Middle daJor TnU Setts: Those''wishing Poll stage left. It was understood that he was out of the sloogV*I Knew'you would upset for the. repeal.of the Missouri.compromise amoniit of ihon>y w ot hit:iMobg-.

Notice. I Setts can obtain all necessary infonnaUop:;byJotter.. determined and would be able to effect this, if you did'ot take care-" In his opinion, there ,was. a secret ing to partfciffora' whom t. baa cvIle i..!

tit Mtb after date,the oodenigoed,admbktra-! He will warrant,m eves. instance satisfaction Erwben'csfle, and and that he had farther resorled on not at 1 On being told that they bad not not onset, sympathy between .them., He defended the it in his j official apatHy, besid. i riDt
deceased late to suit the times. Terms Cub ;
1 tin M the wtat of Violet\M:Harm.fioal aeeoanfaandro'ucben prices lowing any of the armed men accompanying he echoed in amazement t,?Not upset I If I President from the charges of a weak and many creditors to'wbutlf,for their do_-.
ftfl mOoontjwiH;present for.Jane the accused attend in the court-house, on kad known that I wouldn't have off r been married irs
to the Judge of Probate far said County.arik 24, 1854. 25 got vacillating-course relative to Kansas. Both parUeahad forfepjr
to'h diieharired.' .B.A.'HDrE Adm'r.PaceoiberM. leu they should be needed as witnesses. Ixxoi..icrs.Theship ,' circulated b the fittt aoeHr
&. 2m FLOYD & HOLLAND. There was no telling however,bow the sEal AnatvAt or Mosxoit" land Moncriesaya thVftWviwu
arrived TIle south at Fttts l eta:
John J. Boyd, which on Saturdayfrom
Attorneys at Iaw.TTTTLL would UrlMfV:
Gopartnersliip N9tice.. eQd.From .Liverpool,.bad.528 Mormons on hoard,. The correspondent:ot iae' New York Exprtw an,nakind:word pAd1etS
practice in tbe"Circuit Conrta of Middle .- : .
band and.benelr.J > .j
Jon McDoooAU. A.M. Ho aT. VV and West Florida, and in the Supreme Courtof the Detroit Advertiser. (comprising,the whole steerage passengers,) ;makes 'Xollwing comments upon the fetUr.Leh 1li4 fcriiralWr.iMrirRdse.efte
TuRK UNDERSIGNED hare this day entered into the State. Also iu the District Court of the United Another Lam Brid Bin. all bound to the settlement of the brother Abolition boast that the South was represented : adieu ahthe :;
JL a co partnership to carry on the business of Boot States,in the Northern District of Florida. hood at Salt Lake. in the Black Republican CprnVetffion at! whfch; affer. bidding an ereriasting, ,
I have letter before from W taeet
.Ilers and Stationers under the etyle and firm of Mc- R.J. FLOYD Office A.J'lacLicola'F1a.D. a me, a perfectly 1 Bi "" k its late session in the first named city: heartless 1rf"h pe'

DOUGALL & HOBBY,:where all articles belonging P.HOLLAND, Office Quincy, Fla reliable source, giving some facts which ]I ALAflLAAND FLORIDA RAIL ROAD.- "Tbe" friends Freedom" bare caucusing them in b ann." ._ I

to their business will be foond. Dec.22,1855. 61 The is A. The Directors on"the Florida end of this road
McDOUGALL&HOBBY.J15.IIBU. now repeat subject Abby ,teeonc and concerting to palm off upon the ormajorheoJhetd? i
r ;
z DR. MILES H. RASH, daughter of Mr. C. C. DiIlin
orrzxs HIS rEonssioKAi.; SXRVICIS TO TEl cixuuu ot Hirer Massachusetts. My correspondensays as we learn hOlD the Democrat, and elected South is, in part represented in &&, &e: one-' .fa Burlington Iowa, the entire Usck repobtf-

KICK.,-AID-T.-'5t r Lurn.r".d- .r.lUtLD-..-r.fl DOYXU..- TALLAHASSEE AND ECBJUKQTDIMG OMJITrST. : Hon. B. D. Wright president, "There being legged Convention. can Vote was cast fwf a negro barber &fp'

! .1IDtWUd'r 1; DOw.1iDiG. I : now. no/longer any doubt, says the'Democrat F. P. Blair, the old Editor. 6f the Globe, sides there. The Gazette.of flxat eitj' ,.aajV1that
, TrOllEYS i1 .LlW ,10" AGENTS'FOR CLAIISKO. OFFICE: with Dr.M.Nashinuuediat.lyetoftbiu M I think her one of the wonders of tbe age. that the State aid to the road,amount who abused Henry Clay and Daniel Webster the most : :
the is decidedly respectable
j 499, SevculU Street, J 20 She is deaf dumb and blind and has no os ing to $1D,000 per mile, has been. granted, while living, in the grossest terms, even negro ,
,191865. of her right limbs, yet she will converse flu nothing remains"but to raise tbe comparatively painting the latter as a "dru brd".s the man among them,and.as they"wouldoft -

WASHINGTON CITY.of Claims and T.i.H. KICHAaDSOK. FLITCHia WERAKU ently with the mute alphabet writes very legibly 1 small sum required moneyed subscription only bonafide Southern man here: and"he & vote for anybody hula, man of their awn party

TXTILL VY proseeule practice claims before before the Congress Court and the,aereraHkepaiimeots. RICHARDSON & WHITAJpR: with her left hand, reads common writing There are now available subscriptions a slave-holder onlbe borders of Maryland: their votes could not. hate been. ttior.

and Forwarding Mer- oil H p&ftr:, or slate,or print, (if.tbe book to the amount of 9309,000 and upwards. M Redpath Missouri,"1 is your well known bestowed.
Receiving .. .
July 28. 1856. SOR. be not too ZDiZC'& .om).", passing her fingers Fifty thousand more will ensure the immediate i Tribune Editor, James M. Redpatfa.J.': He worthily .

cb.nts FLA. over the words. She will also distinguish commencement and the early completion now does op the horrible" in Kansas(of The'lawyers/ aet&ig ap.Je pfea. of nilanfty .

: :. .H.' BERRY, August 4th. 185S.NEW PORT 81 the different colon of rarfegated( of the road to the southern line of Conecub the Tribune, as its correspondent there.:, '*Hi aawKl'FjIer.who murdered ait wife -

and. 'CoxomissionMERCHANT. dress in the same way. She haa wrought county. In the meantime, the whole road is an Engliahman,&who did up' life Pease "
Auctioneer DR. E. H. GARDNER sereral pieces crewel work that would be from Montgomery to the northern line of Coecuh business in New York, and has only been in in the interior of N.w York, frora the gaHow

OFFERS his professMoal aernces to the ritiwus credit to any girl of her age, selecting and county is now actually under contract Missouri, to ran through it. and when they .su d h'nV fir fle*40bo|

T41U.-n'F1a..9J8$5. 89Wholesale and snrrooadinj' ooontry. Offiee arranging all the colon by feeling, and Bsing i and:, not a doubt can be entertained that Farley of Virginia,I believe is a Yankee which he agreed to pay thna, be resfsta! and
removed to the residenee'ol Mr.John B Crump, situation !only on her left hand. She play dHft and wealthy and populous county will push the Maine. rather
'VV 3ix .T.S, formerly occupied by the late Dr.Jacob Eliot from ,. pleads insanity: Fyfor ia 'jtoo'amW
and .Retail Druggist, February 10, 1856 ,1 backgammon, expertly. She knows when road dtrecUy through its limits. Bailey of Kentucky, is an editor of an for the children Belzebnb. '
-a--- any one comes into the room, by the jar of The Directors also appointed a committeeto abolition journal not in Kentucky. He may

NEWPOJrT, FLOJUDA.ORDERS A. PERRY A M A tcJe:1t the bed, (on'which she constantly)and solicit further subscriptions to the gteateaterprise. have been there, but he left so n.. Or Several MissisiJppZani hafe"seit. : a?
from Pbysiciam and Planters put up in this distinguish the different mem t ni6i '' .
gr..tescaFe. ATTOallBT AT L&W can way Your New York f Freedom, gold medal, to Mr Rust of Arkansas;sV
lien of the family. however know bow (o'do tiJp(bis sortpf Con.
.8 FLA. '
February 2, 18SC. TALLAHASSEE, for licaraa "ii."
A and daughter of informant & token of approbation
May 21, 1853. 20 son my spent NEW OBLEARS, March 3.-Col. Garland !vention business. Redpatb and Farley, and .
UFB IN8URAKOB. several days at Mr. D.'s. One day the G."
young .Bailey are enough Morgans till after
is defaulter to good .
the Treasurer reported a y
THE HEW-YORK UFE INSURANCE CO. ady, to.test. Abby's cuteness, entered the election''? HIS so impotent to hare"a shriek "Madam has four p&mo'an alofian; atUchmo&tP :

.t.CiCUXC:-cLr2TAt,..,..$1,000,000. IH ,IILI.STIIL.I, room with au unusual gait. She laughed out, he( amount of $2O,o He attempted fo for freedom" from the South,-that,-as, in asted'Sjun.the other njgbf,of Ate wi'e .

THIS Company "P' J eS on the lires of TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. and i immediately imitated the long steps wither escape in a schooner, but was arrested at the the melodrama, mock men are got. up to do of'a man. who appeared to live np'to/frriof

i1e p.et is for ODe .more years or for the ._ ._ fingers upon the bed cover, and said Balize,, and brought. back to the city. toe shrieking," his income. "
wbaU ATiae eriboSair. Ke Urcd ON to the THE iosored MUTUAL on polidet issued 'mHE Proprietor cc r Sally" the right name-(with her fingersf The Treasury-office has been closed by .. -_ "Hush" whispered Seth in his ear,* ithaiT

l r. _.. ,form his friends and iD-k course.) the Finance Committee. There i is much' excitement SIWOULAH D XKY. fcc (lVnionaA.r-A a sherlrfs attachment r Sam dropped! tEe.
has rebuilt
fes' public, that be She possessed the usual bodily faculties letter in the Greenbrier {Irs from
Pun FaxncA Actaary.--Mo 11J1 Fu.xxt/ bjecL:
*, large Bride Stables, at the old !eUnd and is.now '.-
when '
till she eight a &enie
reedred in TmllahaiMe byJaacary to accommodate his friends and customers. .was years age Alleghany, states that the workmen on the
ApnUeatwos .prepared ft iercnrseiima wfth lhan i
IP, I8&4.. ? .LEWIS. He also has attached to hit Stables,1 a. good Black- fall brought disease of the spine nlti Central Railroad in that .vicinity, about the Dt4.j 'more _
iroith Shop.where be win have have done all kinds of mating in fits,' and the deprivation of sight, PxJlsANT EXHIBITION OF FZJLING.-A. last of January cut into a urge opening in could cany.!*' A !'-.. ;, .

ABtNcfoF THE:'/ TNA'I SURANCE COiffie Plantation work, Horse shoeing,and Carriage work in. tearing and tfpeech. She lies on her back Methofflsl congregation. of N wi1k (N:'J.) the earth'vrbichwas found to extend_directly "No! bntlhayeaeenyouwlrenyonbeterbYegouei1ic haa.' -

CAflT LI.,..............;;.,T500,000. .the_very,boat manner-and with- promptness. and dispatch. and is moved once in four or fire weeks. hare erected a splendid Church b edifice; which towards the river.. On eiploriiig the cave f>r jour:, loao-T : ..

triflE t' abore Cotfipcny.ifmtAxMfetbmtnni Horember. .5,, 1858. 44 Great care needs to be taken to avoid aba k. is'to be dedicated on the fourth Sabbath in for considerable' distance' they. came to a ,dGD.t a' B V--- J.Orttl :'HJ.
.L"d.-v.t1sfw f _- Ing the bed much, for this would throw heft Rev. Janes and large disttfber In which was 'discovered .
a ,rtraocrBrickaDd 7rzm.Bnilngi,.. Carriage, Buggie.:aDd Horneio, once into a fit. reb!3rj. Tbe Bishops 1 something, which on close 'examination, d tof ie St.Lcol, .

f' chaodiiei<. 11.c. LEWIS. For. gaiety P..11.- "."" She is Tory sprightly and playful. Whenever Simpson, of the Methodist Church offidate.-I North 'and I II proved to. be a, dead raa Be had bI his plain' a myai.4I. :: f" III"We..a :'

JM.ry1ls5f.:2. ; : E'Snbaeriberlaa just'received she h moved she goes into a'fit. It requires I Bishop Pierce, of Georgia, are to side stall !'. equipment.._ He was article- d.'fIihri.A .- ,- '-'.

JOHN W. EVANS, .I: fJf7 i larw.aopply of.Oarriagea four men, who raise her up as gently Sparta Georgiatftays? found in the position"of a mans sleeping, and .,I. '.. It ,
AT LAW mlHftrT, *MlluA JM sen as possible, while others remove the bed and remarkable! he had. mrtxkcomposed' t ,N' a.. .J .
ATTB4Y : I So'anxious were they to secure the services : sette:at4ied Pbetqana ; .
for'Notember18I8Z4.sal*on the most reasfloabU. terms.46 re-place another. This'is usually'done' about' of the !latter gend nan-that after tailingto'c'et'it bnt seemed to'have one.(hroaf h ,m.processofdiy1ngand Q 'a "i' : r'

'TILL =' r:15E1n bosbe rev noon.i As soon a* she is stirred, a fit comes it serf ral. epistles, -the: Church would crumble Jb piece*, when blackia'airfsxV4on'e:'. G ..n.. ...

V tru to w...1M uotlet 1'JIomu od A. L. FI8HER, on; which lasts till some time in t1e'night, sent out She Rf.!.,JVfr.'.Cox, their pastor,,with touched, .like dry dirt.'. 'tfne 'of the. piety . MIPI..1u. ...i1. "

Deeatnr.Baker.J>& e:1Jea.ThQtu.- 7 U Early Clay. I ATTORNEY-AT-IAWi rradaally:i passing 'off into a natural sleep, instructions i to remain with j the Bishop.,.until took hold of'one foot, and,almost.. as*,quidc .... ..,._... .. .:I. t _.".:. ,
._. 17 1861.- ,. I: 'TAU.A1I lEE, FtA., and she.wakes quite bright in the morning.'t .- .I his'c netwi 'obt roed.: '. .This he gave refecinlflyi &thought: left the kg. They didnot i dis- !. '.' 11"'.d fM. U. t'

LffG.&' 1L1P1ITLb'omi2 i TTmii practice In the Oowtfof of tbe Kiddt 'DjI tsfces; her.a .day or' two, .however, to get ; arwe'understand,entirely o'Jdle tam the,corpse' *nturther, 'and, ,proceeded : ,"' :.. J".

.Ia1r.n 8'I.uII,'Fi-&. I I Yf, trietiBMlinTl Or ;OL' used to her new bed. ? I pr r etP.Teor bringing'about a better feeling) ,if on their journey. *In 4i few. mbintes they.di*;, i th_ .f' -)

p ...Offittjintbe; Oapitd.td iWylnznidftly My !informantJias_|i8itejJher,. and says- possible, betweenJhe two [great branches oftbeTChnrch. :covered dayligutj "which! was' found,thi : imf'-
Hit J., ,JtG lb. T. I1ij't Brer' the room of the Clerk .f tie Bnpmne Ooort "Bbe.wrote on a slate in my presence. The .Thenjotement.wfire rdssanimbprUat need from tt bt le r.eiirp on the iwrtH lid otbjf =-i11rc -Thb4. .

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MAIV4seJ4 '.: .' / i and < Hjjbk ( shook! sr.
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.TO"THE DEMOCRATS OF LEONI untoj- rl Th vjw OfVtblS fflt, the Sentlriel, dw ( late Indian "- t" J''. M de oalyjiafeaieane of beating hstituu/
following intelligence is Jittd"" '3J ta.tht. -
'A'' "41' V -' com TLe. band',_bill .P .. _.I ; 1i.'__ as 'A W' V; i :
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', 4 ein 5 yj-1'1i cin'pcfais of LcotCMfcy fcanl dowt'tlieKnow1'(11nfiag -uni ii it d. "We tr ir"the
: vftiftffi3; $&'t1 if Tcify'6nMonday. ( and .utiite;with the Democracy, unfpupded, but Year-f '-'i o4" -e '. G'**=-."" w_.Pn e for' 'they j!& EI.ut(11 U mohtioaR rs"
thc'17th instn t,"frir'tbep: along widi the many patriotic Whigs who (President. of'the State Senate-' ,)'OJ jjjtil.... >wi.' foryears I"i.t.ed'H the friends_ of Fillmore.I :arid D&tfelWB; cio V 'Ill

pole; of'. ftppoiulih "dclfegateaf lo 'he biave alreadjravo\vcd their intention to sastain engaged qt Sacwota iiifpf PV igrio! ta: r: 1" tJ #1lIW4, ever elude i> State from.die.Union, because it may Eom' ff }. tU t.of.A T i tT
the democratic will insult T . : .
V oominees., We And
.. n grow.th tropical fruits, succeeded !V V .' have/established/ or prohiblted'slawy. .
1raclWn. ConvoatiouAfulPatten. j* grosser mari4vOrSbIp :; ,.- .L.3 -1 _- _' __
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party IB .
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VV : ; L.+- v.- were V ridding-gome*return for:hi li avoad ir Vhtefe 'leaW_ pJj : : of 'ntt1 ? *n ,

:-\'C:\: ; 'njajnitiite_ ; : .r m'r nder: twm'paUtable-r-both shAn outlay' (money ,!labor. '*' .c' e"Know.NOtbrngpapei*'t t tho, ciil p14 V th. Unli '.'$ta { .. .rfro" 'J"! ,

tV:& :J7c invite th?. atjlention- of oar- reader* to .ueejloiabi. tVe'shall hare no doiibt- V .: V From tb.AUiprtftr: AtivertUer.-lUrcb,I P.", .*. yes iff i tbe."n; e'' rr1i tlbJ''ti 'Boq: tb. 'iR'.'rlt" if4ie '*-J. ,'.i.1T.\rkadcr" iM'mt7 4f .t.
Ail plankihtro; evasions' 'of *' : 'ft ; '-M:3rv: ? 1.1' L Ii u
on questions it
'Ve have
relUUe ;
V the adv rtiscment of.this Institution in another! parsqmount :iijtfonnatiou&iccet; from sit.e fre.4gfleAx'd Black epolicns,7iis a \' !* !. .

: 'hertldt .. jsstieio-_ -.insidious._ ..iab. '.attlie. ite'f' 1ampq.';that i in.,,tu> esr'fr,?.parttoJast; :WT kIiidian '\viJ" gJ bij f t ,tm"bejp'J: "J t14ADOQJ'. '.1., Whi..Jorj sn, AJJUs U. )(.
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4onmhVr\] Wbj1adto! :the .>borttiiinjf ,. ;. .6.p' '" 'i' .nir..1'l, .
., -, organization peal. of the liot1kVComprpm.kY, wayofr : twelve .warriors aUacked.tt.e,premises .1.irt'ifi. tJ '!'i : f LI iall. f"1 K,.
of a College"in our State.' The Trust aiU and comfort to, die'.nla Republicans-. 'of"'Hon'III V.:'Siittti,1at; Sarasoia,' 'about at&: Tpr: instance''the: .r tqsIcj4f4fretrevdiehtI.u ,.O t'vhJr.. !L' "e I-n JfU'" "C QL'w'.l..ie Oju.ur.--'W. .1';f.i# ., KaretUlasMog

V .. .ec and officers,have lately placed .it on t> sixty i miles 'sontlrof Tarnrw a'ndjuui'miles' .' ,ComWnedCoarieih, pre4. tion" n.or !:.s iq km3y be. iJ i l-dtb9H.:

.high grade and permanent footing, and'rom; no tarnperins\\'rights' : -of conscience-o from Manatee' settlemtnt. .al' .Bisn1'nnmed ded over the ""meeting, and.one of.pWrprominent i.: IwistecT.! .W"jtmuia nytlimj .one. atoydtvn. it !; t.tt.rl
war upoti the equaltfof rights guaranteed by Cunningham in: the.hoase the time i to t'nothing9tatyhai btea ob-. ; ; irrBc
the catalogue in the will was. at ; atid most long-winded orators .was the m an,:P JU' ;
now ,
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'-" press law to'tlio' eitizdn.'vi'hether'of 'native 'f the attack .was made and. killed Sit l-fp\ten"np\ 'after t! tJos1.pJro.vtd.mode CM.::4itob7MwlL: MaW.E. .
or reign .was ; a negro i editor rAmeri ; ; c
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V. be able to j ge"or its merits and condition.. i.r *** senior ef the an.
!. : birth Every feature .shall bo well defined man. preparing, dion ria. the kjtclieu made i of the Democratic** parly, .for' ucl." ptrr I .Ki} "9tr R.bsrT;"
V. senJ (or a catalogue. V his E'sc: J bil. Boiling, and CrAne aIso'lpokl'. made It is,_
.. and stand out,in'bold ontl'ast'with djeartful pe. poses flndpto'ided.; a bungling j 1Snt4JUpw. Dr. 1 & .
". : Snell'happened to fie" out; at the time, By what alchemy the heterogeneous element eflqrt '.toilbirmo'qizo, for' the fake of party .. .' ... A'Alfn.

.- Democratic"licetlnj in Jefferson dodging, -cu nIing') and hypocrisy prac auf upon discovering the sm'oke vf'.hie 'huming -' of Bottsttes cad 12th Section men were'made unity and euccew,the most diametrically op UCDPIiIIJU. f",40nJm1c$3'(

We arcreqaested to st'ile that ineeting-of tised',by die amalgamation of diflereht, parties .rewdenee; fled to Manatee. "flL n ft. 10 coalesce, is only to W explained by the posie: opinions open'the" slarery' qaestionto I f. Derrick.fhl1.n "8. JtU,

t.a / *g Gen. Call:dcqotniriatcs., the recent guided as a daring adventure. on tire part of Know keep.together.the Northern :and'.Southern On 'motion'of P. W. WLjt.q.zbvor
ef i But the .
the Democratic. party of JeflersOn County, assemblage at.. Philadelphia.-- the savages, and.fuliy d mon traies tlat they p'astic policy sections of the party, at J least until!' after.the ce edingi of the! 'roettin trer ,eo .
.will i l be. held a't Monticello, on the 23d inst., "i h'ave no disposition to confine their ilepreda- trick kill not sacced.We hear daily of the Presidential 1 .election.) .There,however, peers': |
By the way, why is it that the Sentinel has' ablest ben of the old and Amer published "in thJ.! 'Flondlia' : W J.alt,f
for the purp-so .appointing delegates to the : lions to limits within .the 'territory rl"ind i m. Whig forth from beneath the flirny veil .whrcn has
V V Madison Convention. ,. given its readers to meagre' insight into bv them, as Sarasota about fiftfn1iles out. I ican" parties who will not bchambogged into been tbr wn'over ',the slavery qu !don"'be wiTch w; lIii.tinlf.fj rd.X., -:: I

.tho'wrangling and confusion which were side of (those limits. 'r the support. of, a man upon. a rotten, rickctty i ? iousfature'_"'! atterVsoven4gnty.. .Bah J 'L;'-). MrEX1: : .. t
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Take (the so prominent a characteristic of that Convention We, tpit upon the now section ,Ai a trici .JP..87Ts.'tcc3P.i :.-it. r. ;
and Itt the .
Candidates Platford'SlideI"1
satisfied that the "
platform- as they are, ..r'f ',
Tile devised the
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V with bf the This is the title of a neatly printed andbeauttt'uHy votes given for Fillmore will be thrown away, the South into political alliance'with Fret PubHcVctJJMk3[ : 2 1
: V ,SUCh u the funny ad..ice.wbieh. the Senti-' party some animated speechesof and will only aid the chances of the Black soil and Black Republican ,North Ametiemsjgotten
bound religious work from the Pyrsoant lo pablie ,' .rrfa" !
from Florida This pen
V nK gives tho Democracy of Florida relative thVdelegate omisaon Republican party in their struggle with the up in those reeking led of temi-abtHi'. .
of the Rev. ,Democracy and, Mti'K.q .
Josephus Anderson late of the .
is Was it Zionism about and ; .
V Id die candidates' recently nominated by the remarkable. suggested thrcujlifear grKt National ) oerncl' In the North, Washington City RICh. held in the _Court Hoa ...ITuetdyth4 i
Virginia, now of the Florida conference. TIle mond. ,
oftho Be diatas
consequences it may, fourth t Martb &> kXWmb.
: PJnladelphia Kn Nothing Convention. But too, many er the most conservative members ;;
there said subject is worthy of the ablest pen, and we But the true cla:acter. of the new platform,
some General .
we suspect t'the Democracy will hesitate a were things by of the Old Whig party refuao to be humbug; tion f Col. DemplejPiKma: *ttb R.,:JESSIE
V- Call during that occasion-too good to be but speak the language of candid criticism in its triumph over' the. 12th sectionitet, Is COE/waa caIIedta J th Cchsir.and: Wra.
time before the advice. It is ofttie Dark
. nottheircustomto"cie"candidates into the meshes Lantern.-
adopting ged "
forever lost to the people! of this State. We when we say the pen of the Rer. Mr. Anderson V VVV shown by the jubilations of the American Organ II.!h .TO:, was requested. ,Cd zetU5.ri.:

, on such terms' from"die proceedings of the 23d of I: is worthy of the subject' Polished) fervent The New York Mirror says : Washington, a "freesoil" paper, according tary. V j
--1'Jeast of all when they are presented in so arid forcible, he elucidates and adorns As the member and special candidate of to the Whig and other Fillmoreanjourna's. 'l'he Chairman, in'*'neat ct,'pp',mt.

: .* questionable! a* shape." Fillmore, -we are February : the with any secret, oath-bound Order of men, w do mannerstaied.thai, tb..objeLothtiting

. told (on the. dubious authority of an it i isaaiJ. Gov. Call of .Florida ,spoke. lIe was laboring subject pleasing snccesr The able not believe that even so excellent a man as i The Organ thus sings pscans to was for the purpose appoinHnjf. .'d&jatu

. under a deep affliction of the lungs, Editor cf be RichmondChrjstlan Advocate, MILLAKD EitLXOBi can be elected to the the new platform : to the Democratic Sta|.,Convcntkm;Vhiri (1-

) has never."cen. in; a Know Nothing but a .deeper affliction .of tho heart. The who has known the author long an.d intimately, Presidency of the Krpablic. And we will It is doubtless mortifying to the nervous meet in Madison op)the 3d' .WrfeWday. io

. lodge-r-a circumstance which the editor thinks morning lowers. lIe was an ultra union man, writing of the-Bible Christian says : further declare our honest convictions, that editora of those presses, (the Richmond Whig.&c. April to nomina candidjitH.fcr t ngrtu

: V ought to commend him to the Democracy and had fought the Sectipnalists ai the South Our for the no mart who has entered into any such secret .,) and to others to reflect.that the positions and Governor respectively' ; 'and 'al 1. jo ap.

: : whilii Donelson b sugared over and tendered for twenty years; and had fought for the partialities of his ,'ork.Y anthor-rrtay nfiect league with a portion of uor citizenspledging we have maintained in our, recent contests point elJctora'f: 7 Niwltctkl' 1.

. of the sec'' Union in 1812."" He spoke in deprecation of our opinions t' endeavored to. himself, in all cases, to elevate the brotherhood with the ultraiits of the South, hare election.. .*, :* _' .
to u$ as. a Democrat! straightest lay them aside and judg righteous
: tlie course affairs had taken hero this week,, Vjgdg.merit" and to proscribe outsiders nght to been fully arid thoroughly endorsed by the Gen. John Milton addressed .th*mtttiaf
. V : Fillmore mzy not be a sworn member of the and said if would not do. There are now two for examination when he placed and the MS. i iff! our-liands be elected to any office, high or low. The Nationd:Council:, in the adoption of the District in a .pee ibfb l ngt. y iP bilJty and

o-dcr'but DonclsoTi enjoys all die blushing American parties in this house, separated by deemed it of recommendation:' We, if we whole theory and practice these.secret. societies of Columbia Platform, and we may be .floq.Qepce, :cIW'; ..l..1"r".ltfive

honors of the culvert, and is, therefore barriers which neither can overleap; I am aimed to d->worthy the same publication in have l i i. ani: republican and Jesuitical. At permitted to say, to-these. gentlemen, that we be appointed ;to:selrei ..:

: V shocking bad company for a straight-out" saliicfied that this amalgamation of different We recommended readingMts it; tothe Book printedpge. Editor the mine time, we claim to be as zealous a shall cheerfully submit" to,the country to decide as deIegatesVtVbeM4disQ' Omntion. .

V :-Democrat, No, no Mr., Sentinel-your btiwon't parties cannot save this Union and I have determined -I because we regarded it Us of Protestant, and as earnest an American, as whether they or we manifest the most which motion preraiW.--" i*VV.VThe : ,
therefore to withdraw from this Con worthy a : ny of the noisy clmmpions of thflse patriotic regard for the success of American y. Chairman appointed Gtn.JoimWil.
in the of
.take. Besides,'whilo the Sentinel vention. lIe had faith in God, more than in pl.-.cc catalogue our publications.We .-I Orders," *ho emblazon themselves with Ion, George F.'.BaftiHV ,Dempeij1'Iii.: .

; and aH die Democrats ignore and spit" on man to rescue and preserve this glorious U- now recommeud it to our readers cmsc: "regalias," aid claim a special monopoly of Democratic Meeting In.GadsdcnAt Robert S. DickndI.kZCasi i&
we believe it to be well I *- .
V the platformt have you any assurance that nion. Speaking of the division of parlies in adapted to improve i'lO American flng, and an absolute controlof committee. V V V :J ,t'-

V your candidate will! imitate your example! ? Congress, he said he could not act, and never and Christian edify; them.view Its of full doctrina title!is The Bible the movements of the American eagle. Democratic meeting bald in Quincy, The Committee withdrew? a firiB;. .

Of Mr. &of i U would act with "diat party which elected Mr. : a experimentaland With this honest repugnance to the,intolerance Gadsden Courtly, orr'the 6th of March 1856, and after theh* return porttd..th. Uowinj
Fillmore course no one yet authorized and practical reliion. It
Banks ; 'that party supporting the gallant relations between presents the of secret associations,the narrow lightof Bon.. L G.lfcELVYVas called to.the'Chair, as' suitab!* persons : Wm _D.'Bam's...Alfcn
to vench be been for months chnstian doctrine
having Fuller is the party.to \which I belong, anti I Christian the. Dark Lantern h not the light by which and J. P. SCOTT The H. Bash, Jesse CoEhit $ Dkao
past i'pleatunng Europe, where he still is, will belong to no other. You of the Northare experience, and christian practice new and i our feet will be guided in the coming contest_ appointed Secretary. Dempsey PIuflJ5FMCcl.IklJ.hOM ,

., 'oot'has: -n t'.Mr. ANDREW'"JACKSON suffering severely from foreign influencethe i striking aspects, shows. their connexroni anddependeicea.ancl for the Pr *idencl. We must frankly fay in Chair briefly e plain d.th, object of.tha_meet. ,I ilfon,'Jarnt*. P..CoW/J htt"fal

: <;Jon Uon already spoken t We find, orrexunrjning'jthe Pope of Rome controls your elections.We thenconjoint fn CKnst influence"' in the outset, that if Mr. Fillmore fans'stooped to ing to be to appoint delegates to the Demo. ter J. RobinSon: 'BoTja' :" lJ" tJHi1fr.r';

doings of the National Council, that of the South are ready to join you in making-views are a1 perfect and mafc its J Its the imposition the" degrees" and" pledge cratic State Convention to be held at MadL Bassett and. EjhiaP 'P hi r

striking down diis1 influence. All,! we ask its true clear just, illustrations felicitous of any secret, oath bound l league that will Ion on the third Wednesday in April next. port was accepted. ; ::1_ '.
on die proposition to strike out:dier 12th sec: in return i fc this, THAT YOU WILL 'ne SILENT stylo strong and attractive. It shackle his liberty to appoint or to remove On, motion.. orWilUsm. D. n.J'D8.. tkCEiJ.v.
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will On motion ofGen. A' K. Allison. .
V richly a com '
don Donehon, .dodgedr nt on,the question ON,THE .SUBJECT OF SLAVERY. But you refuse repay a perusal. from. office any.man who. maybe eminently. i committee of five V man andSer7iiiidded'tjtbe said'
; to tplopt !tba platform, he facedjthe'intifticl ; lo do this ; you bring Black Republicans The worthy! ) or unworthy to discharge the duties was appointed to report Us: of delegates. ---

:: > and voted TEA Thus we see.that here from Congress to sit with me. Yon will Presidential sent vote of 1856, from Pre- his.position; WR CANNOT and we WILL:*OT matter for the consideration of the meeting, I[r.'Henry 0. Bussed: ncl ft* ptde*_ -*

little' : d'bimielr yield nothing to die South ; the South must Appearances work, write or vote for his election." which committee was composed of the fol' fags of diis metiug bo published in1:th.'Mariana -

.:. .th .g man has'p1 n on yield everything.to you We cannot and we The following is nn estimate of the Presi.dential Mr. Botts, although not. at the lowing gentlemen : Gen. A. K. Allison, chairman Patriot .,and also, in. the IQtiI111iLM
the platforcij; with all its rottenness-so that present
: will not do it. I take leave of in sadness Journal which motion
you electoral vote of I IS6, based en the L. D. Jones, A. J. Foreman Isaac Na prevailed. '. ,VV
; Democrats-conld not if they would! ignore the and sorrow. meeting, was in the ring"yitb a ponderous Ob' motion, John Milton, the mHIIDJ:

t.. :eithutlettiagthc. other slide" with it ; New York delegate-Don't take leave of late lectiolls, on the present organization of letter which is pompously paraded at lengthin thans, and, Samtiel.Gee, Esq.*., adjourned "bntil the second Mooo yIao l 'lIiT

: and will.do by halves New York. She will stand by you. parties, and on all the exi'ing indications of the National American. While pledging On motion of D. L, Kenan, th. tame committee ( receive.the report o.th.ir d1ata.. .
'J as they notiiing they
.VV will the whole batch and When Gov. Call concluded, there was a the drift of the popular vote;State bJ State, himself to the support of Fillmore, Mr B's was instructed. to report the names of ._Js E.Qq &.$ bsiru2aaf

V ignore support, great struggle for the floor, and confusion mnjority or plurality, ill November : VDEfOCiZATIC delegates to. attend the Madison Conven Wzz.uAx..Q .MILTC"JfO, .
: heart'and soul, candidates whose antecedents prevailed for some moments. I I admissions are calculated to 'threw a damper' 1. .! V .:

-'. V. jure not befogged with: Erie letters, and about Mr. Bardett of Ky., President of the Nfi. ITA.TEI. upon the jubilant hopes of the Know Noth 'I' tion.The JFrallk\,1-iW.: '
Stales. Elec'l. '. .
-. ."V-.. whoso position and the platform en which tional Council, obtained a hearing, and beg- Elec't. Vole$. ings. Ttio much abused (by his own party) Committee, after retiring, returned I 1 Th. LoaisiHliv\ Couner"DeI'' old-line whItp
ged Gov. Call and other of the -\Inbama 9 Mississippi 7 i Mr. and by their, .chairman reported the following
V gentlemen Bolts said
t will doubt Besides : V V in ';
: theystand there bo. no South no$ to leave as )et. lie plead eloquently Alkansas North! Carolina 10 I II resolutions : V per. Kentucky; while |cJ' C ik jN

I ia this canvass, Demo rats arc not disposed and with tears for tho union of the Cllliforuim New Jersey 7 I Why should any man suspect me ofa want V.-.- *.T '> ." ; organization of the whig put,.< vary.ff aaJUj*

; to throw cway their jotes: ,.ris they would'do American; party. We have conquered our Florida 41 New York V 35 of good faith to my party obligations! Did -Resolved; That this"meetirig hereby reaffirm says :, V V V

: were they to support the Know.Notbing nom. opponentsjn Kentucky on the June platform. Gt'orgia 10 Pennsylvania' Z7 I ever betray my tnist'v.hil.! the Whig par the resolutions'adopt by the Democracy u We don i, .for f;.tocnaC op fa tisl'
Illinois 11 South ty existed as an organization, did I ever vio. and anti-Know Nothing party of Gads-
CllroHna S
But we have modified that platform here this the whigs can havt ft'hbe) iiir A.irowa
wm.TBynopp; 6it i&y can they moreth.m' > CM
cariy late den in last.lltsol"d.7biifth'e
; week to conciliate ourfrknd of the North, Indiana V :]ia Texas 4 one ofit.s principles Did I ever fail to September .,the next
V cess ra campaign.. 'Webd1&.tit
; : lhrtc. Statesjast one less than were Wo think we can stand, ,upon that platfonn, Iowa 4 Virginia :rLouishin .)5 vote for the candidate my party! If not delegates appointed by is written down1ithe #Vor&l that ti*

: givento; Scott in '52-and it is doubtful and are willing to go home and try. fMissouti why should any man presume to impute treachery this meeting (the Madison Convention- democracy will sweepthe *. .
V hola.cQQqVJ
whether' they can carry even these. They Gov.. Call of Florida r/ 'can't and tronV -Total) Dem. vote .186 to me !t..1 hold it to be a part of tiiesystematitAcandal -' required to !Insist upon the adoption of resolutions .the presidential election ipNQtcmJ a t.-J*
I that has been in .. by t Convention the delegates
I :"are-Maryland,. Delaware and Kentucky.We .- stand upon this new platform.Will NowqoTn1NO.r. V indulged against instructing: I. W. do toot entertiiri"ttie* shadow' enf tfosJit.*
V ., me for' the lust eight years, that may to the Cincinnati Convention,. to tote :
notide in the proceedings of the Convention not the.Sentinel give its readers the Delaware :3 Tennessee.' 1 V" ,.' V: 12 excite my indignation and contempt,but can. for and advocate the passage of resolutionsby buf they! wilFcanrEentatif$&wpv{

that Mr.\ Bartlett! President of the National benefit tif this'plcture of die American party KCUfa-eky 12' : not change my principles, nor influence my said Convention, before the nomination of majority. Woold It; nOk be.,'much better,
Maryland 8 Total K. N. vote 35 candidates then, .for those .whig who Jbtav .-priAei! .>
.. Council, (who hails from Kentucky,) !I"Ye shall see. action.I V declaring and self-tnterest .
not i ill- lhifrr
NIGGER WOR. II1rrERI. will not be souncandid as to pretend that 1. That Congress nopowtr' to enlcttheWilmot to support
V aid he was' willing togo home and lI'try" to Again. When the nominations wero gone Connecticut 6 Ohio' 23 I.was one of those who believed Mr. Fillmore Proviso or any law'inltrCeri.ng with own men and'measures. ,espeeliBjiirEett"'

stand'up on the' pla form,"b t as Le EpoKe.in through with on die 26th, n certain somewhat V Maine 8 Rhode Island V ) was the strongest man that could be selected, questions- ,slavery, either, .in the States, or know V that fadoimj -soidifyrmpri! : certainly' .

.. each a lugubrious. toncj and the. try" came. notorious dt-legate from the West was placed on s.1chuscus 13 Vermont V 5 'but as the Convention has thought otherwise : Territories, or to reject a State applying for febc,! &th! pezt a :'f1. 1'

out 50 dolorously, xve conclude that Kentucky the stand.' V/c quote from the Philadelphia Michigan G Wisconsin 5 and have presented him to die party as the admission' : nto''.theoUnion because. .ofihe'. x-' len 1, regard.as sq.necesiryr V !I
V New 1J3mr.,11 5' ) most suitable and available candidate, andas istence olslavery) therein. I . . I
: wavers, and consequently: are not yet Gazette and hereby ofler a reward of .
a quart j
e 1'otnl! nibger 'Yorshippers' ,'ate. 75 be i h in other respects altogether acceptable 2. That theFiagitive Slave Law, being enaCt .' .7.. '
quite prepared to surrender the homo_ of Clay of pea-nuts for the appearance of what followsin The Virginia: .D moaratic **. I
In these estlinntes, it will be perceived that, to me, I willingly acquiesce in their decision ted in pursuance of a plain and -! pt tiveprovL..ion 1

'to die party of &ips, signs and./rnutnweries. the columns of the Sentinel: no Srate is nut down as ouhlruJ. Thh is and humbly .bow to their better judg. of_the.it Constitution._ ,'shall' .ntit be_..,'re-spealea lion; which nierat' RIhtionIo, 7ti.rsd. -;...'

Kentucky Kibtracted, there remain but Loud cries .were now made for Brown- done in order to gi/e tile probable results in : ment.To 'or jo modifled as to materiJJ1 h. ..- .ft"t1C adjoofnecJa pt .-,Satudajaft.\ 9 ti.:, ';

V two States to the Sentinel's candidates. And low of Tcn l4 ssee. On taking the stand .in a complete and definite shape, and as strong speculate on the chances of success its efficiency V ,- Presidentialectoral.tlqkpt.. J 1 wdijcwd

1: can dial sheet seriously think the ,Democrats response, }he said that his speech,.on this 'oc l.r'ls possible against the Democratic rty.Otlierwtse. would be idle and absurd. He is a (a',. ih. I Resolved, That in Franklin.Tierce. : the.Union :'electors;. No expression'oYopinieawr

of Florida will stray off with such a small 'corporal's' casion would be, like. all 1 his speeches; shortadsveet '.MnlneNew Hampshire, Michigan ted V man, who can tell nine months in advance i has a firm and tried friend' upon constitutional iq' 'or.(.n iae.. .

.. like a',rpastcd maggot For sev.enteen XJonneclicdfand'Wiseonsin t might have been what will be the result ofa Presidential principles., -opposed to all sectional # :. !' r. : 1 : to tI t;- A
guard, and; leave to :their! b lhren.of yearsho had performed the:dreadful. as safely placed:among the doubtful or even election. have seen a great many that ism, and 'that' thi South bitngth minority 1i e $.iJifli7._' .._V VV V _. V V V
: the other States gbrj.j5od honor of over- service: 'of 'diting''a political) paper, and he the Dernocratio-States, as (for the NIGGER could'nt tell up to the time of voting, and suction owes,,him a peculiar debt pfgratilade "rr'J. "I. : .1"V, :.1'

; cotairJg the! l dt'.Repll.tlIcm1' hosts unaided could. say in.that conne tion that his, paper WoRnifirpKKs, hecause the nomination 'ufMr. more than onceI've been of that class my fur his unwavering support other ,constitutional \ :C .mtl'E ,.".'"'. :,

by thotnJ- !The idea i is absurd and ri-ikulous. had}die.largest'circulation! of any political paper .Fillmore divides the anti-Democratic; 'opposition self; but if(bechances were decidedly against l ri BU-irith* confeder y. .e w r .' BjP D.. .K'd pa' t.VV J'I:J W < '

v; It is.asking .tzifloop1ucI3., Doing so ,lIt jii! Ten n(s3Cc: .JIe, had fought hard and forces between him and the Seward : us in the general result, there is much to inspire Re4thdi11)( ; *| dilsmeetin onldifail in Union;ei\"JeCtrom; Chicago; s.'U5f-T* a*irpily > ..

V: : long'for'the; Whig! party,.but he.bed seen fit alliance mall: the Northern State, whether : us with energy and det.rmin.tion'inVirginia. a,proper.discharge.o.its duty ';!,-.U noi o i1t.JA., .t tb.dmocrs ..
tie ia th atb'wbatr.aD..be :: by toileav diat .organization. Wbyy.\yith; :Jlilrlard there are any available. remains! of the old express,its decided approval Oftba1bd 'J_. lT .

yotijri: :life' North The 'PJTttadelpm'a"North: .Fillmore to''lead,.and 'even viilh JoshGiddihes'Refund / conservative. Whig party in existence. This sounds liktfart attempt to storm Gibraltar patriotic'stand t kc ;/ttiid'.'malQtaroto-by'thr tired ", /ea Glda nd the,r.-' of : e6an'' 'w,

Arae&Jtrt: taja,that Mn: Fillrfwre's JKwmria.- i ( ]him.ve c.ouIdL carry 6ur, --- V with small hand of Ntbetngross ;DenocrtjUj in Coo- ,. t'v1" scs'J5iR'-rt *. t. "

t( t1pR1t.a.1 V 'quarter Vj .'*..jalbcpliJl t v4.anii'.unun-1 Stafe-,' But wltIt:4s: large, patriotic,' .*'greasy 1: rcgil.ar) and'gifted physician, ruoTe4 by.the. '.ills a pocket pistol, and the Democratic in the I late contest' for Speaker of die 1 ; .,.

:"ITie:, T n'nc ieCln, '(Rointing.to, Major, Donelson,) hichiffiieted. humcnitj;devoted much tbooght to citadel of Virginia will jirove !itself! i louse ol Representaitif- J. A of kriovj fiA.'othlnrisrn tab &... .
pskely.QD ;the.publiemjnd.!; h ew thee Pier o party' 'iU b1. tanseendentalnothing. .. tlio preparation'of a medicine fur the 'c re of bilious next November, to be more impregnable than : Rlcdtatthe DemctAft1i4sden V v"i .__ 1 .V..i'VitiiiSifS>.V' C!' **T J"-'"' .:. VV V

: Havtn'.(Conttecticot), Register ayi'," We He should jump higher V )'apd squall 'diseases. ; '.it. bat.'been. tboroogbl/. /. tested, successful. ever -Mr. Botts' hopes and Mr. A. H..H. StD heartily approya r:andendorsa' ,the course of FIILVU 01',tl.wL'Mi.(" f ;. V .

: .take < d. th.*.too:'importAnt.aection. l louder than"any'man in Teunessee,ah '
t tik, .'i. q :P arjn ite. ',,'Cr,' eStati'wll'.- ,, //npen'"Uio 'bairat.Knoxvnie\ i M naay .next.i I of.time,sod; fftontj. Oentleinco.of roean*Rwlaptnewsecured ding. State/'Hon/ :;A.E..; ,M iw ll;'VII Qii ing1 ft*'I\1s (o lni iiR r i hl l'
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.. lQpp9rk JI. Fre and ion. pp1auje.2o auiI .laughterH! 'Jl'Jiad: oeen %r I i', tie exolusire,right, to manufacture this roedi.cide i.r i.- ___ VV protracted,struggle growing oatotia.Jei.e. fi J ...L" .
'V po.' d&rslb&il; asrQrrWSed, *,<|at .M'Jor'.Don Jsop ,Dd'hiT: spent a.princely fortune presenting .. i V ; ; I lion fSpe k r;; tb' : *il "- V 'J."r' ,. -.. ,;:: 'l It
tl Pbi1ade1 ntiqo. r ti1'
'. ella.w1 b.r w y < w uM; be pbV, on be' .tjche t. WiI4 A Andrei? I!it flwrljrto'the"Dablie." : ;: Its lucJeeuBtAS )been: ,tinder- DemOcratIc BJccilnsia 1 .Marlon Co.V V Ketotafrht; : the result ot( thai V t atIwhh t I Ri" ." 1I.

V ArvdhigG: aiAt8du'' .i#U Jatkson'tn. tfls'leUeri: :and'JDonelM inTisjble, {oLe!W: !teK,. ,w*of MifA.NE' ,LiyEK'f iLSHJpf 'A meeting' of die. Democrats,X!f!this I Coon ty all the ,eirooo,t Vc >attendrbffphiaJCnoir I.Big:sgImbIo- .1 ::
on'1. ''rl r :l jUt N,, ;rJiVJi''a the old line would think r V ; .,;o,bol r JOh----Ji.. .J.e..tIP. H.
,. : < and, then "Democrats : V EBMIFUG_ :scti it| t.jiurprMins th9Luylptelio4mItaIeorepunt.rfrit unprincipled waa"rbe1d'at'OcaL on \\tho.Jd just."and iH&fonowing :" n .I) bUade = d M C.. vi "
di.3e i ; _naiii4t.t.. I11I,1 ii'"tayo4te sn.. '. that oldl'Hickorv.bad come'to 1IeaI: .He ; faea./pr ibasaks_ (pi;.should bate bees .'entlemen'" "" ( N> thIzig-Cun, .. fl?fi .C1a !
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NEW YORK, March 4, 1S5G: Pine T Key,.InCtutr1otte flaibcn C-C- kl 1U Vnwdsoo f --I.- t Qtorlsr! *waQ i.>w *- *
Qj'stennan.wbose absruee faroier Sold stall of the Drag Store*Jo'HUlabutM and t ''wyithftin:1Avr.ty1 &s& ttl&WW..ttit&: *
old.skw of March coming iu lik&lf it 'neste sa't 1I$ &fliuL1l*mo
The two weeks had .occasioned some Vdonbts for bjr-one ag t;Inwety; town hIt! South. : t kpeiiT$ *bT bnJ.thstioisObr Tkit-th 'letfcS3f&ifteMi4riK! ;jtwlerfe 'i o
ttd going ootllke A lamb was mffre than ; .. ; I44Lbs'aa' td.a.-r6aMfla 'ftifltaisu1rt'OtihIs'dlrsei. S.S. .
e& bi.aaFty. F : Msnh151$5$. 11-1w $ .- -. ; '- ', '

realized.by the jfrc of the present' rnohtli.- F The report of Lieut. Langdon, dated F b, ti enmutWun .1.' ,, $ JP Lott21141

march:came in like a whole menagcd?of.car- 25th;embraces the following; After slopping ; ip IknL! a B fril dttelbB i tAgs *. -t esl

roaring. 1at Mnth-Iioflipei; hprniiedimje! and a The H r CnrcVfa c: Thw 'w W 1 lear llrptt the year eOIaenP3aa i tM14dyof Apr .'l ;s -

./ horftai.4 tmals-r-roogh! ,. raging, I half-further, when! he found Hadsi 'a schoq- PORT OE MARKS. prbtir tlie.Xv k ofn.rcK.nwn. '.1vubt W lilt findurs4R 1-Upon'kH mrvthsnta Vafilajtf. g.dd,1sns *kt r- -5- '._. t.le -;- '

&no wing, hailing, and raining; from winch \vetns |ierJlft-arrcrf, nn.thfc "Eastern shore, and the ARRIVED to tlsank Ood.f nflfieUort.' $f1> Utljm merthantli
? Wr that It w.f fcas* out like a* flock rfff Head liodrsof Hudson -.nil Martin who .- Marrh.7. Srhr.V C 'gill gno3 we (Wd &dtz 5 uoe ofthe Ek -
.- .--*- >c-j *rna. j>t-Dfnrjmnn on surrey iU the lie hb7"ytar5 uf tdiIf. b )nui4raI.ijeewc dotApiitnczanescUtbLtwu can C1
sheep iwyswiW, wnh an occa1oubIact.rQartt (; ( also -in Oysterman, ling on the deck From of the Pay and Ilcibor of St. MarkfC' $ : e.l.toptsoe'; ttied.; ,e .' : t ir: ic '. f "-4
all 'Lieut. 9.-flr.g. Baltic, Jowlynfroan-;Nw York. Reports rn1beRic1tmonrI.1TtaTn AdincatiaysrIt 2TJpon all tmdehrtff goorlj fcirpa tod Jumwadia : '
Scfore impassable, are how not appearance's, Lnngdon 'supposed L s'tter
In-calmed fur than week the *
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len 5 wWifa ak: It e ti te qu ssoei (other ftaa 1ternttrders."wLoLail com kvw i2 s .
bad bf-en
they attacked v.tight, while aurhntT Banks and-that be hat! fleet, him $ *
t keep I
e'en Jackassable. A few years ago, after ; quite A <> } .- i a ,nest ttrs.tive mcncvfnvfnra after the first da/.of April Beit, a tax to make ta it.MMRuar
in theBnT'aaJthntto| : make the attack" Compiny, amont tltem the bark.H.'L.Rutgers, Del- suited the .'of of tlurtj-fiv cents on bumlrod dollar in value far March ULId4'
hewy-fall of snow the legislatare of MnsMchtisetts aiiJ eiigitjin) f fjrfn. \Jut .to wants every every wetLl, offer
m 'the Indians' had used oanbes. Alter ihV awo. Mrniiii tit M>ibtle. -,. : readf Kiulttpted'iw'aTr cJalaei.*uTteiV to aQj'time*. of thsir stock iitthb&iimted and fcMMSfdR .obefl4 Ur .d tb.. ,4wL.Itat4.I.

(or some other teiiaingde.b&ted murder, Martinjs boat hud been seton fire, 11. Schr. Sarah A. Hammond. F. A. Gross master a rtfciritb upon their comma ciog, burbets.S (,4Mk! toybur"lr
the it from the whic'i' burnt tUe wWter's from New.YorkC'with61l pncko?4 nnlze. Beard propriety removhig t Iri edirc; Ila-'lson's! '
195 pks mdze. t D Ladd. 847 pkjcs dze. t1ii rI* (PWCUkkts
( < dio&aIl .l're3 iL" ". silver p'.atezad!' inuwdal'-hwtftimsfits, .afad upon All NumWi .nlvt !
most travelled roadsDually cpncludcdjlQ drop schooner'wns also on fire, but did not )Jura. MeN&ught A Orimtiiii.' 97 pkiis.nxlze.ttf Dcahani "lr.nity L itt Vi1gtJA? sas iU'views ate true and/ust.its watclieM, tInt of tJitrtj-flv* centa oo' c'viirbuadrid t T"SFSM K2att2'CKirr

the subjeci for the 'prevent, and resume itlnfes -The sails and every thrag! Muse to Ihc Indian! 69 pkgs.&i, jllust rations feUcitous, tU ilj\e\ cT ir. strong And *ttruclire. dollar in value thereof. ;; ?

had been taken, and. tho'boat allowed to drift .- It will richly repay a pcrusiLFflfMlenrMcDnfigjiUWfidbDTli 4-Upon improvsd ontmproved d town l l.taa fandeiKS eyl i$ ** TO*" /

*Hblloivfnlf k t !L41Th the* meantime* the aslu* ilari-u'12. i7g. (leo..T. 'ara to rodie A Pellis. : Booi (oreor at tax of ibirty-fire cents on every. bocdrikd dollars" vain

faottf.wcnt off and the state put the ruice.of .. Hudson was an old.resident! South Flor- New York with 037 bules'uplahd cotton*, 221bKS. I. ti'fII4ofthe-) AiitLwr. tlureof. e5rr S Cenital..Vi< ..>....-.' ftf 9l&r$&
all rtrned in tie
cotton. Id cses Tobacco, 8 bis. cttoriynms4 b1Co 10 [Sent Copy ft 6-Upon slaves or employed .._....... **"*
into its breeches Our ida nnd for the last few had resided 1 Pfl6 f. V
h pocket. nt to ; the threo) tax
years <>tt<>ti. mantes, 27S dry hides 93 skin? I box wax) I 'I---4---- f'Notice ( be"pad by ojiroer or owners ,", >.->.. 4;
corporation takes that as a precedent ;. the Ft. Myers; supplying that post with oysters.He bbl cotton feed, 1 b>>x aud 1 cask *are to, sundry to the-PubUc. of thiay fire cents oo titrj" hundred dulUr ralu rtiv- ,ooO'

money is taken rare of, and the snow is allowed leaves an aflectioiinte wife to mourn his cn.ic1ce., NOTICE hereby Jiven. to forwarn all persona thereof.1 0-Upon all pleasure-rarngt- < krfd 6p1)aft. Horses I I 1 9..1.3.rSr' .000 '
premature demise., MaMiuJud: been a t trader 1 for certvin note made Prttei
trading n promisory end raffles in the 4 (dot t irtr-fif .
kept city '-
at"its leisure. The:: hill of a -
-"to- *disappear- :. .,. a Ft., Myers for a long time ; jit the time of FLORID-A.INS.TITIJTE. by 'iwn,4f-stats; ceo,, fr $103 4t-100 cents on ever? hundred dollars value tbWio 19--S. ,N '- '

ic e ia' ..Broadway gradually- sinking, and this snd>vcnt, he was also engaged in oys.feiung. do'I rt datrtl jS pterabtr 3.1855.nnd due Mnrcli S.18S8 7-Upon all Auction Sale. a tax if uuib balf per t, : t' -

injremnch pnyaUe to the Jefferson Southern Rights, mnnufjciunn een*.unoo the groM afnoo'nt w saev! ', l i-i'1; :
.there hje&s i "dancer to pedestrians* *9 W. Y. PEITOX, 4' M., President, *. Company btarer. The Mid note es# 8-Upon all Bask ieocieV buyfo<'of llfcuf ex 54),'A
Lfore they feink.be6tv! tf) knees at the cro A negro man, lielorigrng! to Hudson,, nc- (ASSISTED* -BY COMPETENT IXSTBVCTOUS.) stolen! ftvm"the Conipuny, by one Thomas 3. Hunt. change. drawn upon day pIae5b.3the limits of 00 r 1QN

tOi'.pflielbim! J nnd, not biing foand, the late a clerk hi tlictr empl lings, they are; arrested by the/'pavemerrt.--; will be snjipoMtiori is that he was cap'ured.Whep next term of this; Institution on lie first pfti in amount *i> botrgnt .ajki every hundred dollars TkkeslU; ; .- ,
There is never occasion lost in New York, the I 6dics were found, Ui y/wcre in TUIE Jnne, and cWes on the last-if IeeetnberI'Iit. Sheriff of Jj-ffWsoh County Florida. in amount soW n>r and durinic.the ye r next pre-- U& isiltibiiru
-..Affc-r appnpriating; M the funds of the Company ce.iinv the date nf trhica the'aasaumcut f uch tai Psrsnft% sgrnoneybT
for Influencing trade, here, the highest piles in a state of decomposition, which prevented entire si'ssion is Iu nwulLs, Augubt &ud September, -lli'al ciiiie iuto )hU bands he dUchaiyed liiinwlf the shall be made' ...! ,* lust. OrderiC.in'npideationi .

the boards.up minute exnmination.Wo are the vacation itmnths.. first day} of February lust, and 1 bft a balmire of cash "of fnw&ncNi eonffJeotial. Bank no$ st.c
streets are topped by posts, or -. The i is of the grdr 9-Upon all A eW en Cumn&nw, a
learn that tie return of Lieut.Langdori C.clirginte Drpaj'tinent highest to bJ letters, -. on and will ID company away tax of two per cent opon tie gr s* amount ofall commi.ssi' banktUii at']}*? '. i -- -j.1'Unwind
on \vhicn are pastedjii grotesque poCtelniitatious coin pure fivurably with hoy InUuti u hi %
the st.-amer TJ. S. Rnngerwas'iirtiered the S'HitX' Tuere are tlircecla< estlm, } Junior. Middle from Moulicello on Tuesday n'urhl the 10 ulf.. nod left >ris received fur and daring the ,yearnezt prec sent Iu all ordsnn$ tickets. MS
to the p'ubh'c to siejiito tHe Iiii Hotel keeper to whittle ft>r their boird. They were din? thdat ofas eMmetat. in partienlar.Addr.U! .IWCtS
to the-scene of tins honiii trageily.We .- mid Senior. A new sett <>f Pliil sophical Apparatus, T. '
hi ucb hi rh favor that they >lied theni4plv s nilV'H Male InbaKtant 5JA1tES
125 Kup( 10-TJpon | ;between tie
Btore and goods cent have been )
opposite gvt. per will probably, rrc ivo fmther details by Map &C., lately purrhased. with genteel outfit from our tnerchai.ts. and l kit thm X1CO.
and Pull tax jf 6he
twenty-ope sixty a
,.below cost A fling i is sometimes fciken at next mail.-Tampa Peninsular. The. prefiaratory tlepiirttuent it one of the best primary with! tho b-ij; to hold. The elder i is about 60 yean dollar.ages years wiry 2S.f: IBS*. '
seli'uah in the State.
the street commissioner, (if there is really any This is lia- .Id. fire feet ten .-r eleven inches bi"jh( dark cyst and 1 1-Upon all Free Colored Males,bet ween the *j.sof '_
Collie nw organized en a permanent
dark hair mixed with with a downcast villaiwuso Olfe \thlte Lw&cf.; -
i*. and in Florida educate gray twenty one and fifty years a tax of ten ikillars.1UponaU Class; ,
While car. thoroughly
such officer,) in this public way. coming ARRIVAL ?3&a OF TIlE parents k. tt-elh decay K! in front, Free Colored FemaKs, between the assorted llttWUrfWbi'ler
< their children at home. A catalogue is"jflt t"p'iblhcd! (1 r DO'XEI Wa''v Olai*,
down to his office in the morning, he had > SS and tb'e xvishin r further iufunuatiuo will plcaee address The younger Hunt is about 18 or 20 yenrs of ace, ages: of twenty one and fifty years,a lax of five dvl13 a.iUJ 9 Kegi i1J
nnd a jrd looking fellow rtnooth face lars.
very young
the satisfaction of seeing an obituary 'notice -AFEICA. the President for a C"pv. and ,Lik hair. They resided some 8 or 10 months in -Upon 'Slave publicly exhibited S forMiC 8 barrels Lis-etd Oil
Tallahassee Fla, March 15" 1856. 3t 11 every 6 Lsrd.Oil. -
of bisnsflf, and the pleasing announcement Newk| >rt Fla. The old fellow palmed himself in within the corporate limits of the city, a tax of fjur ./
%* Florida Senlin!!l. Tampa Peninsular, Key of Judge Rntidall and blew up his tar works near Newport dollars. 60 Kegs Hue Paul- tad > -
that his body had been buried the night before THE LATEST FROM EUEOPE. the< ulf Jacksonville News, Alliw t
under the accumuloted heap of dirt. Madisun Mw enger, and PensncoJa! Democrat will The President of the Company and offered to work levied and eolleeteil the following License Taxes : OiL.1 *
NFW YORK March 8. The Mai 3 times and forward bills to this office. Spirits Turpentine ia bsnsi and at retail. -
fled frtfnt Paris Royal please Copy thtnpt as an Inducement to pet employment. The 1-Upon ali retailere of spirituous or vinous liquors 14TE1r;
had to
A Frenchman, who Steamship Afiica has arrived, with Liverpoo public are cautioned to look out for them. I am under in quantities less than cue quart, a tax of one hundred /anWM'ofa" .
escape the raemoiiblo coup cCelal, having refidetl dates to the 23d ult, three days later than Auction Sale. the iuipreAPton that they hare gone cut for the dollars. S -. -

since thnt time in one-of our Southern hose received by the Baltic. purpose of fighting the Indinr 2-Upon all Billiard Table and Bowling Alfsvs "J- IutReeFred. '
MONDAY. March 17th, will be sold at public .JOIIN M.PALMER. or Ten pin Alleys teclmically so called, osed for Lire
..Slates, paid, this city a visit last .week. As The Hothscbilds have taken the whole Eng O auction in front <>f my Auction Room, avalua Agent Jefferson S. R. M. Co.Mnrca a tax oftweoty-five dollat's; IJ EMOXSOva sVfduesttm- md y Qurrait OyrfefX Brandy PeMi.

soon as he reached Broadway lie was struck lish loan of twenty millions. .Mnt of fine HOUSEHOLD 4 KITCHEN FURNITURE 8, 185fl.; 104tO 3-Upon every dray'or cart, used for Lire,- a tax o oPre.erved Pearl, Iirith.1iiitigd; \1O i Appes4 01*
Tho Peace Conference was progressing favorably. viz: : eight do!larL
LftrnM 8oP'Raipben
with consternation, apd bolted immediately 1 Sets ef Painted Ccttnge Furoiture, oughRice Rough Rice 4-Up n every two or four hone wagon used for ,jr, Oi-eci JQ I SlrA Wsge berry Mk do naladei.Pine Apple do.ai4 OIag1
into the first door he saw open. The inmates The latest telegraph accounts received at .4 Ced teads and Matrass&vn, : A BUSHELS f Rough Jliee. hire n tax of ten dollars. do.-. pber Vinegar. l rAhSaimonLI/J tef.Had-
2 Mahogany BnTeuus. O U For sale by S. S. KNIO UT.frch' 5-Uport .every hack: ef\pubbV 6.hfavied} f for doeklIallibut and Uad. AZtId '1ckL8Idt
of the hocse, supposing from his frantic movements Liverpool from London on Saturday previous 1 c1i. Dining Table, 1S5C. 1C hire a tax of eight d4'llarexcep.t Laclcs aa'd carria- -I -'

and gesticulations that lie was crazy, to the sailing of the steamer, state that Count i
O.-lofT arrived Paris oh Thursday. The Peace 1 Shower BatL To Long Cotton Planters. 6-Upon every public Livery Stable,a'tai of fifty :r : :.I j Zh.1E3 ez.wg.jauuary.i4h. -
used every effort to soothe him, while they 1 Lot Kitchen Furniture.A dollar 1''ZUpotii'ry .
Conference was to open on the 25th. hire f T sale, a fcftf rfaclfs of Fresh Sem island Hawker and Pedlar g ,i- >t.-. .J
sent for a policeman to convey him to an asylum Letters from St. Petersburg and Warsaw to L S 0- WE 3ex-d, direct from SoHitb Carolina The wares and merchandise, a tax of one hundred vtndinggtxxJ dollar ;

; but before that functionary arrived, his the German papers, give reasons for the con 1 No. 1 Taylor 4 Cix Sa* Gin, Cotton Ginned from these deed, sold in Charleston 8-Upon all venders Lottery Tickets tax of FRESH GARDEN SEE8..

tinuance of the and state that 10 BhK fine Red Onions, this Season at 43 to 56 eent.! per pound. five dollars and all retailer) spirituous OROWTDOF 155. '
madness appeared to resolve itself into method war, on no point 2 Double Ikrrel GuiiS"/ McNAUOHT & ORMOND. ; or vmoq
liquor .aforesaid, all keeper of billiard fables; or
will the of the military department be 4
as he'spasmodically gasped forth," mon Dion, abated.A energy 2 And Silver sundry Watches others, tc. Marsh 1, 18S6. 9 bowling or ten pin alley all keeper*'of every dry or RTJTJlJwt'fewved, 1'

mon Dieu, vous.avezoue: grande revolution in portion of the advanced squadron .of the Also 1 lot of Russian Sheet Iron, Sold on account of Notice. cart or two or four horse wagou or hack, or public ; : .&gES-' LjsntarT5fU' :-
carriage, used for hire as aforesaid-all let-pen of livery e --f :
Ti$.countric your street all barricade." UpOn Rnftic! fleet, was ready tojeave Spithead on wbem H nay concern. AT the residence of the uadersign'eu] in Len Cun. stables,hawkers and pedlar*;all vender .f lottery : -:

being"assured that what he had seen was the evening of the 22d. Private Sale. ', Fla. may be had by the owner a stray SOR ticket shall under penalty of double the tax in ease % lID ICA'1&OftdEpS.1.
RELMARG. about eight years old with a bleaiiahin failure, before their several avocation*, calling ir
fine able bodied
There is no news of importance from the 3 likely negro fellows warranted in
only the snow and refuse matter thrown into Crimea. every respect,call nnd see ne if von want a bttrgahi. her left eye. The person claiming and proving the business as aforesaid maybe pursued, aod.gpoa tb. GAMBLE& iL'iOf'

the middle of the street, he became somewhat JOHN R. LLOYD, Auctioneer. property loO hi* must par t'ruIe publication of this payment of the Jase* levied as a/oreaaid, ;obtain t license .
The subscription for loans reached Adr rtiement ORBfiN CHAIRE3. 'do from the IntendaD
aggregate TuVaeassee! Marth 15, 1856. II < so to tobe.eonotersigoed their Professional ScrviL7jbJaauq5.185&
assured, and mustered up sufficient ccurage tl.i.ty mil ion s. March 1 1.1.808; 9 by the Treasurer, and such license shall not be tseued OfICR. "

under the protection of in Parliament fur a shorter period.than out year. -
to venture out again Nothing importance transpiring Notice hereby Given
9 On all shows, otter than circusse
School of er equestrian 1 -
It is said that the of fraudsperpctrnfAd Spring ,
thc officer.A amount T7ORWARNING all persons from trauinsr fir a exhibit ion*, a tax i, ffve dollars,arhl otisft efreutse or -S

'and important movement by Mr. John Sadlier, M. P., for IJ plain note of hand given ta Mrs. N. Jenkins by MEDICINE.FAC0LTT. equestrian e\hibitfon Ux'of ten dollars shall be CEOEGIi IrXD FLORiDA
very necssry SHgo, who recently committed suicide, will the und crsign tl, for the smn'of cerenty-llve 'dollars; levied and O'lUctifd tar each exbibitNn- license tosutlxnise ;f:

is on foot.among our flour dealers. The object not fall short of a million of pounds. and ducjjbo'it' the first day of J.muary last I am determined HOLMES STEKI.II. M.t).-Lecturer on Obstetrics and which must first be obtaiu*d from the Intendant KifIN ODR.

is to improve the standard of inspection, not to pny said note unless eempelled by the lyiit.logyfthe Female'Generatire Organ and cnnnteh ned by Treasurer,usxlera pa'' LEES
law.as the consideration AT which it was .'given, kaV ally double the tsat herein aswneed.. ,. ." PraCtleIg DEflttii '
arid Diseases of Women and UlnJtlren. ;
and establish grades which shall not be inferior GENERAL ORDER fUead Quarters-Bri, partially fulled and a tender .f the money has been JN0. M. Jofl.wow, M. D--Lecturer on Medical Chemist 10-Upon all itinerant traders who shall offgoods '

tq corresponding grades in the cities of No. 2 > gade of Flu. Volun- twice made for full ameunt, thereon ju-lly tne. rv and Materin Medica.Jos. wares or merchandise for seJ in this city; there shall THOMASyiLL OAv an*:
A. MANNING. be and collected a.tax at one hundred dull.irs MADISON. FLA, and tMitrespee1l.* *a4adj&o.ot -
) Baltimore and New Orleans.Ameeting .- ) itera.BELLVILLK J. WEW. M. D.-{Dem. Ant Str. Med. College.) levied ; eovulie HeJos rtBT number of, '
Philadelphia &
March IS. 185 11 lecturer and the Physiology of the and a license so to rell shall ftrei W..btaio J from the .wvii -
,for the purpose of forming an or Ftb. 28th, 1856. Viscera.CitAtitn n Aimlonay Indrndaitt As aforesaid,, under s' wa'mJfjr,- ia ofltsKof ;aI Teeth; fruw OKI to a.FULl aert. U tW frfe***
Notice. failure M to do,of a doable tax to'a!Lapiaid.ra imptovfcl prioci*!*. rirugtkem that bHitifil; lI1eepp.ri
ganization to effect this, was held first in the An election will be held on Monday the H.Coiw50, M. D.-lecturer on Mmoi and O which,approacbe* Natnri*o Aeiii/'
} erson9 bavin* cliims or demand against and Demcustrater of Anato' .i.f itlirf V < ;Thjit i t y Dafnerroty -
Corn Exchange; but through the action of 3let day March next, for one Colonel, one ALL estate of Cornelins Ensjlisn. dere/ised,late of Operative- Surgery plsf,before pursuing such owupstiioD-Ja tUt a* to cbs8ws dtteetion by the ehieeit observer;

opposed.to' the movement it failed.- Lieutenant Colonel and one Major to command Gadsdetreotnrtv, are hereby notified to present themto my.This School will open in. the buiMfng* of the Savannah city, and every,nnn-reftUVnt Dentist,- beW l punuhq ,-Tetsops Tewth.Mtd.iny and wish DnH him opcntionl to perforithemx&u on their KATTJRAL brSfiplvinsr ->

persons : a Regiment of mounted volunteer, the underfilled adinini 'rators, duly authenticated I HealJ College on M' dny the 17th day of r1r5 crai ,wimi th3kziit.of the4t'.sh1I py
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The: friends of the measure met immediately authorized by an Act of the General Assembly within the time prescribed by law, or this notice Trill March, J8W. and close.the lest week June fullowllWf. a tax of ten dollars, and oLtala a'Htense yo'ui tie Intendantiand -' wKI* b)*! ,f.nndtobeMUcfl haveibem d tinS t hrthaibase.r'the following ft Wwlmlt <
IMS iu bar of their atl upon fiilureor refusaTiSo. to\d slull
after in a private office in State street, where, of FloTida 12th 1853 plead recovery.And persona besri offvnd in feetloa
January tlij 4q1 owi rr.L4ri..towk
.passed indebted to said estate requested to make payment and Pnefiee of Medicine, will pay double the tat abo* asM *e afterja spjrited, and pleasing discussion, cm entitled! "An Act to provide for the Final immediately. be'Operatire taught in lhCity Surgery Hospital-CHneque, by the at- Stc 6. Beu/zfflhro44fn# Tnit titfrytefsixor For filliuKteeth vfth GPojII1.1O.U: COr

organization was'effected, an executive committee Removal ol.the Indians of this State, and for WH.H.GUNN. ( tenting Physician Dr.James B.Read.Terrne.tIO "parti of CWinsiweii.entifljctuif wftli 6i, _tiqtent smouutnfniat.riIuaeil .Ezricimi $ ta
and of this '& ; tb1fn ofli-
JOHN U.SMITH.rkum..t Demon- mcauin Ordinance; and ln< *am arc
other purposes.at; thd following precincts v for th 'foil cwrse ioeludin< irraeillir' only'50 eeuta-oit'ofeu s.jI. '
chosen. ', and the following resolutions Qutncy, March 15, I8G. ll-8w Ticket and Clinique For further hereby ;; .
trator *
-- $ Hospjul ,itc furs MI
namely. *
Pasted the Council nd approved tld* Jweofyau upperer
passedt Wtereas, The. standard of superfine Cnptam S."J. W Rcache's company will particulars; appfy toH. day of U/afjr/18fft ", rf V l i-. rLrLwhhocIyl6
1L Dean.
Sale of Real Estate. aatfIn
flour in this city, as now made by the Vote at !Vaukeena in Jefferson '.county Pre rt tootlu, pef/cS
virtue of ofder of the of Probate for March 1,1858.'s' .
an Judge tWt ,
'- ie'i
inspectors, b much below the.grade generally ciitct No. 1. Captain Alexander Bell' compiuy B c .s
the County of Leon 1 will sell at auction befi re- March t. ISSo ,4t-9 no.. desiring isfi7aboveasmed
known to commerce euperflne;" and tchefe'as will vote at Jasper, iu Hamilton county.iVeunt the Court Hou* door in Tallahassee, on Mendiry -.jc Notice.inonthsaftefTfetewewtll-- T Piano i?> zatigsoi say otTer 1ct (c t,
No. 2. Capt. Ai J. T. Wrights company the 7th diiy <>f April next, following deseribed Q IX : present-Cttr aoeotmts Fortea. 4S tfpon ijppJJiitJbb by letter to -either of ib.aIa,

the: existing mode.of. inrpcclirg.floor, occasioned and Capt A. A. Stewarts company real eetate lying 'in the County of Lvon.and Ejwwn '__) and toucher* to The Hon. Judge of Prubat< of TI7E"re Idta 1IiTPI1 naoMu P.st OScecVor otherwise r.c.ivg1p' gspt

perhaps, by improper influences in will vote at Alligator Columbia county Pre- as the W 4 of tf E *. E 4. of N W J. W J 3 E Hamilton County. f r *.final settlement of the estate !iT'r111Y'y.kei-pr' ; Unti*. -p -

the various graHesithouta f E + ofS .*. Section 14; and XV JofNtrJ4Wi of Davi.1 M..at, late ofsaidunt7. deceased, and kik upon the most liberal.terms.S .- : .. ., :
passing upon : duels No. 3. Capt. J. B. Cokers company of N W f, and 8 E i of'N W'}.*' nA E i of S W I to bo: discharged us administrators.EDWtNF.. They art'ecncid"tb uoco'aan.otatz. elU_>tr ito aar xaiiJCMS

proper discrimination, and alto in rot giving will vote at Newnauvillc, Alachua county Section 23. all rnT'l. R 1. S and containing6uO .-WREDE quality br price. /" -co.at, *:

attention to the examination of the weight o! Precinct No. 4. acres wore or les*. Said property is'n part"of the es, ELIZABETH'MOAT, Every lastrannDtwIll be warranted r fJ.-L axiaa- fl'vi'i"'pt'4j
Bullocks will tate James S. Bond, deceased, an JVill be sold far -AdZ1ItWIt -- .a : : ;Ja *"Lo:*
;Caplain company ':,' e.lr! e1 *
the flour, whereby light flour is not unfiequcntly Ocnla Marion Precint No. the payment of debts.' )fareWl. 1856. 9- m February 28.1856. 8, : 7 I
vote at county W.S. '-
Term made known on day of sale, -
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passed as full weight, therefore, Be '
5. -
EDWARD HOUSTOUN,Administrator. Sale .
rudicd, That such a method of inspection Captain R. D. Bradley's company will vote -March 8,1858. 10 Town Property .for : i1ait' }1tataLi .
milE undersigned often at private wje, the tlow- S cokE E. Duouvax.Jilttry ) ,*Jrtt
is at railance; with honest and upright.principles at Pieiccville in Hernando county" Precinct SUFElilOUIn .J_ ing defcnhed property: known a*the Jra vis Lots/ 1 Leon the late CtptTbornsi IteynQd4JeU4 ttt Wi.of !!. 1858
Counts', are L tlem
and seeds a new order of inspection.. No. 6., > > liz: Loti Nos. LL27.; <>48. 140. 141, 142. 14S, in'the* 'h4det 4 M 1by etoiwftbt'- i j prest4 time' 4* *
Captain \Vm. II. Kendrick'a company will 144. 226, 2i7..2S5. 239.240. 241 242; 24X, 244. 245. ;
by-law or tfiiatlc'e! mil b4esteflr bar of their BOR8Pt
into convulsion? % ;
The be thrown ;
city ia to $. 254.-25S. 267. 258. 268 all
252. ,
Dade iii. Hernando Precinct 248,
voeat county the Original Half Chests recovery, anil ml those indvbted, an'requei; dta S
the latter part of this week, by the delivery ol .No. 7. IN BOXES. OF AND 12 POUNDSrAND IN in the original'pluu of the.city of Tallahassee' make pay meat- immediately.. ; 'p tLwIo '

lecture from the Mouth ofStepbcn A.Branch, Captain tAaron Jerntgan's company will -ALSO- s .. JESSE ATERBTTitx: eutor. : S
METALLIC PACKAGES 4 f 1,2*4 POUNDS.f' Lots Nos1,2t, 45, 6/7, ;Jo S. Coun'y' qr.A Feb.2*1856. 5s..gv: ''. Uo4.jD 9-i- S
of MalscH nativity notoriety ; or, as the .spiritualists vote at Melbnville. ,,. Orange., county =Precinct rdAii3Y ,. anJ .rJuc1l eT wpiLY4hkm .and taTMThST.4
L B o- Medical .
Atlanta work /
No.8. College. : exrioitsuiiqnestI<>AjbI poweTigi ..fua
wijJd ayjhe splri.t JDepartod Patriotism apiain:; limes Jfhkler's company will- JE.NKINS'CO Lot Nos. 4. 12. 13, 15. 16. 22, 25, "89',"40, 48', 6I"' E E second course of 'Lectures,ra'IhJ* rituiti ; rou* dmniption. troajf pcasjva ndT'irMvJFirtt

will steak through the material organs ;St St. John's Precinct *. d1i iii the South,J County'.quarter. will commeoee'oq the first day 6 ihy ci.tid aticro
&t Augustine, county > '
vote The- alx.e described property formerly belonged continue four nionth.S '
of S. A. Branch the birth place ofi (OK1GIXL'D TI TO *OTTHI 1CETA1UO TXA FAOX) and wtlu
npmv No. Qt > toO"o .:Bnwrr.For'furtlwr hiformation tet ins, 'FACULTTt -- and bauty.pur1te. :41 JWaIa.td .

BttteH, the Branddrf Register- and the terrific The Captafy.Island find,J euJ ants of Wholesale Dealers in Teas, .On1y, wliifcn) will be libefti?,apply to A.Perry Amaker' Esq, ALEXANDER 'MEAN SL Dv ClsrtisUy and thbou1byWtj S -

fogs through iHchtit.reuone4 champion companies ap/Join 4 Inspectors i4sd '.N.7.ooz.or HAKXXT STS,. Attorney'v at Lnw' Tallaliassw.' CHARLES, P. MANIHTJ. PbatnmcyH.W.JROWN.LD.AnaLos-:* ,:. .' r, ; 'Taviriiw./mnJI.Ro6-CtatbPL 14f ; '

while for the election, at the precirfctswher ib rr.respec Until ibid the nboTe property will be for rent f et'witb Ruth N4
:groped searching : Elephant Pi4I1.ADELPHIA.tp JOHN,W. JONES, M.D; PnacirJe and Fn tiet
and will -
to vote .
the .required A. PERRY CII
companies are 4 utretrieiiie --- ajbIsM$ t,
The lecture will be, an offset to ay.rdTi rtfnedunderi 18, 185 7-tf -
make immediate>eturns properly cf February $ WESTMORELAtD1f1Y.!
( Tea* io Metallic Pncfa put up in Half Chests 'V. 1-.aj trrfei flnteraJ tb.3
lor's U PhHosophy,9CTrav. ?.,. eir.bands and sesisk wz.lion, F. L. containing a variety of boih Clack and Green, to suit .For Sale..I0O Practice of Surgery:" ,.':\, lJfcSSE reader from -Htiirfirti aAfiM dKl

The fate of thejacific is as certain cow,* VilKpigue; Secretary of State at Ta'Jahassee.Fla. tnivet;; iv .' Cotton S'eedby' BOIIINQ,,M. D; Obetetrk' Kseae r/kf mWh .tt tli; '.te F 04.bJe
Printed List of Prices, Terms oX- fornisbed by BUSHEL of pure Sea Island of Woui'en and Children. : >*- K u.rt -*-.k .. Tfl
M when the first report of her delay Reached ,, as. KNIGHT, tu,2. tlktho frjm1a$4.
mail U>jrll vh/> order hem. ..; JOEPHJcoAN'M..p; ,P>1iioi0g71tdtei aQ&arPatnoloCTr
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ti. Two or three limes\many-tongued ro- : Tfrff Inspectorjs tvill s p. that, each) ftnoV All,TeM Oartapted to please or no ale." .- Feb. 18.'1858. 7 ': -. ., ,, f U* awltniunphi>n a>,*mm&** &tSsHyUWtorp4W
sra { met WMtf
offering to vpfe, has. Jnn, 'duly enrolled under t hie) and the same price and'fermJ to all, and one 1 J.;O. WESTMORELAND/; } tfkr AJMr tm BS
nor heralded a gleam of hope,which quiet reflection the LaW aww referred !to;, oolv. .. :JtitRtc1v and Medical Jnrispradence., JT ty; ., :? ?

immediately dispelled. The last report By order/of Brigadier General 1 1AtL1N i Half Ct' ta of Black ovrfsra aBout 35 pounds, and Btk elroirlruh Potatoes. F r af V From'expcriineots made last ettionvlh c$k' *
fablisbed Wy o'*!dupotB, t! t e V Jbf!
it 60 pound* each. _1- sa; NTGRtFeb16
> of Green, r .
is the of vessel who that : JOUNSON.M.'Wnn ;
by mate a say 1856 7 tion*. bodies properly pr rWw_Ikbl Mxep
he saw; m-kjftlii supposed 'was a steamer of i JJ J* -Il-1 f) :- ,B4o1B1ii4fn'g. : not prepared! andihat warmr.treatbejr1;doe* nolrea' _, ,,. *-, t4t'k'14tngt : .
dir soch subject offeosive U oonxl wbm '
Notice Pot up.
the Cdlin'g line butupon! examinalion procored. tb* srkes of a BSbder, we r ** :
; ,FE E3 Ipr th e enth i CourJe'of Leetw;**,t tftK7'jO: *
ti : flIeaseofflteLfrerLf' arenowprep.JedtOdo'llbUU perUmingto QTr: ftetei wIlill Meulat5on.pajd( once only.) tL; Ji -
** ctuijrtiett
story u so jd iblqse much the lIouJud. t'of of
conlradictdiy, : Dr.BoA 4ed 11uIdrnk that department on reasmwbJe terms. kj ToucnersAc/ip Probate' (obligatory oneej.SlQ.) Diploma; $2$. -. '*< '-Sherrod 5McCll, la of
of iU force. No menUonpPthecircomsTaneefctobeonna Wbtn th.eekbsstid. ,. ,.x ::, MoDOUOALL :Hamilton Cbn'hty/f>r a inal sEttlerent of thE .estal*. Good bodnfrxn.be pr>
?;rE kVl i he struli mDli.Iu6! of QujJbm Ker h late of satu Owny said rleceined,1-and per; #eek.' For'furttieY mfbrniatloii 4d.sJ. within thncrj1.c1i ,
wieh? the iprenceaaJobTYtJOfl i oUaj ask to b dweluirged. a* ErwhtotiV i% ?' WE8TO.Ni' notice VUIpersons

.' "pe4of tieca1taJnLr' ii k'tr7 confirming:.JUffKin Inuo* -- 2LREWABD.flANAw4tY 1' JMJ1LL.: ";4": .5At15L2&7.b.ltL. indebted fc tk aUte areI -

.c&ur it could be tnsf fronr Uw WintaHoq of the SsiBVWRr z WatlAM BASSET' ? 11U1'o 4i'4W dIkti mt t '-
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otcenfoci, wLirfi k Ukea kr.i infktuatkiB-; CT fre.quieotfdeiad e*higluftbtitjfror W j ars old. and glittering black tt: : e '- .WPXXItT ;,

*. ) 'titieUie,1' iatk ejes. He was rnid w Oadsden iOmtoW wtfin'beb 1am's, i,_ ,t I 41! &' L
lblic, iu 11* bew1papertli.1lkeQesteI of 4eFg1LcoocFt ajtifc at ,Mc.-W. ILOibwooVandreJatiferalfoter, fur sa1 b1.r.h -2O

'znot Cb ate the county. Hecaoaot.sarhow I .t' cotta $ IkrI1'S.
tIul cata} (diie'ies. d9P'to -,
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bytlIrs i.'fita.Liver.14YerPIfld % tet.aod for.-ssklw a- >' js-a t'w-xi-, |*; i ) ,
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/Lel1 MJeet ..: it jr fr 'O. for the 1r t r4snruwue*ftiil J ni"ft4 't .

RJ\.J .U.G E; )*lf _. .tItof '=d1IIWIy -I,el sfp i I"f1s p1mM anLdlVMaa ,,IA.th.._' Q.ICiII..1.: .ii "' i1-B; .&J;XXXM' ov.oromCAw Mfowl nJ'.K.i' A. It ; J

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PILLs. 1i iIt.d'pr Iidy thF $ '} "- ., _:.0 cti'y&h4'and &bSUt1y Raving.'a -\ C;ml! hetat.:Iivcrneots f' :r., .w, A' Jtw 0
1 btawacbb.t; ) _:th11&bI1ktoe.UM1ov ; tou_' .} 'in tb, ffesson'.r&IePSre& ,t'.eDdfi. and eYCQe .to ."Ve' V..fD'ft "." .:

eti".ti' t aW> cG1 '- .4 %* enoatrj dm' $ d 1M It not been (army having topqN'1xyblft ptji osiijU, i eh".'I\f.... 'n .1f examine tbtra a '
..'t- *. 1.. : .. < -.OfII.-. .Ace.fa bat-also ta..ra.rt wift.Blm very;'ezfr.as.'cold.bad[wetLer. I "attend toM1Th'gPs.afis" mnJ)17iA Co1IT TSSmim; : ot": .j J I"'

.Jf I for year* ,, | we.:weuUadnse ao-tilltYithd tri fcave.had DO;:return of the irregularities tnaldnf ; rtifcikrPalate. directing see 2 1 -s. :: .wtnMi. fr 1.t. 'IIiIoa
'.!tFl C1.Jlof recoina to'eall and we these splenqd dbei*e. iTisHedtbe; Doctor a eecood time acd hereBered ODd dentition' -. eased' garni and hsertng "j A rimlhUtrfltbra Notloo* I Z, .
;Ghee%Chea*.Sat.PlaId and striped me agiaad eo far as the various'reports any number of artificial teeth from ,one to'a full ..ett.on Indebted to the Estate of..At._ ; ;.
q;(t. : Universal 'Solid and Ilaid.Brocades.- ._ about the Doctor's Injuring or failing to' .1ine me, the late and Improved p.indplewith, continuous ALL.. ,. of 'Gadsden Coroty. :4.e.ased. 1 : Petioni'it ...b;'i -
Gro de Shine,tod Kick Silks,of all pricet todqaalitiea. they are positively fids*. Ae regards' Dr./'Y, '. gums thereby rendering them perfectly life-like. restorinz are requested to make immediate payment to the .. .anU.t..L '. ,..
Crc-aJ1s but" for skill in the frttlmtnt tf C- / I know efno Physician : the mouth to its natural.fulness, and remedying dersigned. and aH thou having{ claims or demands aI I Caetartw by so mpjeet.d,* J
: simply Black and colored Velvets .'fa the werld that I would sooner ely oa than aH imperfection fa articulation and perform any otheroperation aginat laid Estate are hereby notified present them ,,i.or1r1AIo > *t w.ic

what' their* Solid aDd plaM Cashmeres uid Merbeea him As a SURGEON PHYSICIAN bripal or treat any ease connected with Dental duly authenticated wlthi the time prescribed by law, and at the book store IT.41tU .

..... name, pur- SoB4.plaid, and figured Delaines to any b the Southern States; and I aoi happy to Scwace.. or this notice shall be vA.*d4 fa her of their 1'fQY. tbeamorot StC1ii1.tB eL. P1'i: corn!.c 'nil
Embroidered, nlaid and black. AljsaecM,, say that I foowS Muitobaaoct gentleman andFbDaaftroptaVand Having bad several yean practice in New Orleans' AUGUSTUS FISHER, Admr'. (W.JWr..w.T"; .
ports. Black Bombazines advise all persons afflicted with and being graduates of the Ohio Dental College tbey eJ1. THADDEUS P..LANIER } and tN wOrkeapir td.n1l4 F. _j..
Spanish and Mohair Debaijrev Cancer; to visit the Docroa soonas possible and give entire satisfaction to all who may fevor dose crate 1. to ind Reainte
:: b.peto S, lM. 4w stamp. ,JW',7 .. tAdbSU
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.. VERMIFUGE Ladies black and colored Italian cloak cloths, have their health restored. RANSOM. COOPER. them with their patronage. Practice warranted eonsaltation k -
"; Black and colored and silk. Talmas Rome; August SOth 1856.tST free and chances reMOOS f. Ladies waited{ 'NOTICSs tJJUaJ'W Tg\'A CO* PiiNshssni:

.RP lling Worms' from' English'plashed Talmas. Mr. Ransom Cooper' rismed the above m my en at their residences if desired. ,If0rftIa .
Dotted and embroidered laee Vila pceseoee., THOMAS PERRY. Port Mftttr. Tbcee deHonfr,their services fa this and the adjom- eo.p.rtDerMiJ-beretobe.nWJc mfcr Oji ffJT TtesioiUy .ax.etl". _i .:
the ; hurrian system has, Solid plaid and figured Bareges Borne,August JOth;1155. M*Oaonties,will be promptly, attended to upon application THE d styli of DAM AXD* MAX WELL Is provsa by Hsad cnto*te Ueb to tie*
BJack and colored Shalleys by lett r. or ethenr H. Terms cash or this day dissolved by mutual content. AU-perssw vuison1iqeo aaauGture* of ta&eityrf.

-'also been administered "Welch Silk and glare Flannel, Awful Case of Cnaeer Cm d. when requirM. Office at residence nearly opposite baT ;will please Jll'tHDt'tbe' same. ; and I ''RECOiulDIt ia'ornm,.
!Tbe best HeSedwHl call the old stand :and art-
Street at
Bed and yellow Flannels, the. copaldurci.Mooroe I all please '
e \Vi ith the Opera Flannel of all colon. THIS is to certify that Cot S. H. Harris, of Craw. ef refereccts can be given if desired. tie the tame at early as possible to'close up the con.ceTu. ThU w rk.w W 6 od to sop y. &*Staler ta]11.'
most furd county came to me ia the 1851 with Can1cer ff tft rurt
satisfactory English and Erench embroidered bands year a Deeenber8,1835. Im-C t:BA RN ARD.Ja, nns'rfriuffThinr p; L te.sj
on his chin, ofAmrteen standing the chfa- vsHedarf iaiHcate
Lace and linen C. Handkerchief _yean GTROUP"1AXWBLL guide amid afl to' mntmt. *t
v results] u 'r'
various animals bone nod salival bad all became '
to glands
:Emb'd Collars. Handkerchief and Understates very much f fHD&BACON Tallahasse 1, 18U. this busi eia-XG'k.yiiC
4> I -m diseased! l his .
; ronstitution ruined. .
nearly Mr Harris
Embroidered Cheroouette and Collarettes ; JLV8 Shoulders, :it were tUrk ef p.esritIi -S.'a ks.of
subject to Worms.xThe Blue;brown and Veil Barest, hail been under the treatment of many eminent i 2" Plain Hama Notice to Contractor*. Mona.-IAOoI wriremarkaUe _. '_'
Black lore Yen green phvfticians and among them}raA the great Dr.Sbepard 10 bob.Mess Pork in store and for sale by.1 os.Ib.o.npietoc *od J et
of Cha-leston and also, celebrated Marshall Omca or STAT E1f 6mx J
LIVER PILLS for Thread Cotton and Linen Laces. HOPKINS A MEOINNISS. eal( dlIDa..1M Irgives, Oldndiflofbe&a1.iStktI7'Jepeded.." .u
of Macon who treated his case twice without Dee. 1855. 48Doisnets OaAMac Mm. P.O, ST.JOHIM BcmrAnnAJ .

the .cure of LIVER COM- Cambric Bobinet; and and Mantilla Swiss edgings and Insertions, removing the disease. He finally went to Dr.Marshall 1. AUGUST JOra, ) CM'oft tbioUfosmub.would appear as N fI 7.
Laces he informed the third time SALS'wiUhe: reeetrrf at" thi .
Colored as me ,and he refused Bonnet US?fa fl* aruepee.'of thV arw oate scgfesUd' ia'tluevork.
Merinoe .
to do anything more for him.. Soon after that SEALED the 20th .ef tlM ,for cootmetbg I
time Augn
fcfcAiNT all BILIOUS DE- Cartain and Dress Calicoes, colored straw Bonnets. ay :. ,Ooe.of r tbf.fD lpaI'ofejetUafpears to Wtoav .
MK:Harris heard of the wonderful LADIES with its .
Ambroidcred; Lace Curtain many cures that I ; colored straw trimmed Bonnets a Canal ueeery id.a L._ as possiWe.( the eee of apparaibs,Wdpef"
had made, and visited me at'Griffin,, as a last resort.I plain" U such u ,Lift'Locks Gaud Lbeka Mir X from ..(to the .mtoVappIkncM of aoy:kW in*
black and slate
iANOEMENTS SICK HEADACHES White hosiery commenced treating his and in six weeks the N the St.Johns to Indian,TUrer a distance '
White and black silk hosiery case black Lake Haroey on tIM naaimactore of tfaaore,, e>%y. 3W* !11..I'
t Cancer was all removed, and the sore nearly healed thirteen miles 2410teet ;,anthorixed by the '
M white satin and silk This volume eootabs the art of prtperioir sad ..
Indies and Gents black and cord Kid Qloret pit
&CPurchasers. Misses colored Kid (Glove, This ease was seen and witnessed by more than five bllek" (extra size) N General Assembly, of the State of Florida at iU. ting wp tie whole Udrnkaiks.frim Iteieamin.p

Ladies and Gents buck and Kid Gauntlets hundred persons. I have the Cancer now in my pos- Children and Misses straw ** I sioo of 1854-5,by An Act entitled An Act topeevIdorsndeoeouragelibeii1SyItemefIti111 of Otard paper, .ofhevhtage.tI7$$, .leg :3.jk
will please October 13,1855. 41 session,and any person can see it bj calling at my ef- u u M Hats. i ( Improvements "DeI eeaaom at manajf of mattag'eider j wkheg$.
ice.. in in Griffin.- This case was witnessed- bv For sale by DAVID 0. WILSON io this State. plea,'by fermentation .A.AieDd' ,appliJspi

be! particular to ask for Georgia Military Institute I THOMAS JONES of Griffin.' October 13, 1855. 41 Proposals wm specify the amount la which the ape converting 23 gaJJu of wleskey ,'4t,giJ-
Dr. J. D. MARTIN, work will be done the mode and oumnef in which inns with the most satisfactory tesoha. The laUfr1
Dr. C. McLane's MARIETTA. E. W. WILSON, to be made whether in lands or ,
Cele- Whiskey and Rope. payments are, moneys anally.does not possess* an mount eflatexwa-
Acn.demic.year is divided into two soni of CRENSHAW, or portions of each. Maps, Profiles and estimates to the former taoofh: tie; 40rgalls
THE I do certify that myself and others, of this FEW Barrels of real A No. 1 Monons bala this office and information obtained by tngppertie.
brated many be at ,
VERMIFUGE and nvwilhs each. Th Tenth Session coinmeu A Ke seen any .was of a msjeb fia N. 1 tu
ky Rope
Whiskey 2 OOO
place, vritaewes to the above stated atu Pest Of '
were eye case, addressing the undersigned Orange MiU
son the 20th of FEBUCART next and ends on the MttA."il.
for cash good at 80 . _. .
for vale consignment or
p per
on :
nod that Mr. Harris left perfectly welL John's wiu also - -
St. River Floridalroposal
LIVER 19th of JUI.T.Th flee
PILLS prepared by without interest. 8. & KNIGHT Tbia mesa tatted of boot it at toad )1-as a
A. H. nr ftO days Rail Road the
Cadets Are divided into four College CTaues. HATTON. November 10, 1855. 45 be received for constructing a ever mas.information that M perfectly bicg. aDd
Tbe Annual Commencement takes place oa Wednesday Griffin May 14, 1852. same gromxL F. Li DANCY conk only havefbeen aeqtdrWfrom aetnalebstTTafoa,

before the 20th of lVLT.J.CA8EX101T.ur.. Notice.SIX Stat. Engineer,State of Florida. If you wish l to see ingenuity applied,leek fa aeepy.fLaeonr
m tua Xo2. To the Afflicted tof nil Conditions.I August 11. 1866 U-1, ea Liqoor. PradkaAiLty.appears te hays beeadetigD

do certify that I was most horribly afflicted with months after lAte tbe undersigned Executor of tbe of the aatbor. No delays are aireeesary i I.
Col. A. V. A. M and
BRUMBY Superintendent Estate of John S.Sbepard.late of Leon County Leon C nty Ironworks,
SOLE Pitts- Cancer which caused ascertan the results"of eta
PROPRIETORS, Prof: of Mathematics Natural Philosophy. a on my upper lip, me pain and vouchers appEeatioa reefper-
his account
describable. After skill deceased present TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. We from actual obMrvatiosv J'A/. .
trying the of all the most speak SMS.Huework
THOS. R. Commandant of
: burgh, 'Pa., and take no Capt.ucts,and Professor MCCONNELL of Engineering.Mr. Ca. eminent Physicians that I could benr of and that to the Judge of Probate for said County and asked to THIS Establishment 1. now b full operation AHJL win revolutionize the presents- *yle ef

V. H. ANGET, Prof.of French and HUtorv. without relief, I gave up my case as hopeless, nnd as be dischRrged.ROBERT H. GAMBLE .orders will be attended with promptness,and manufacturing liqaonv N,v York HtroJtL
other as there are various Mr. W H. HUNT, A.M, Prof of Chemistry and English I thought, with death staring me ID the f.ce. But fortunately Executor. all work done with neatness and dispatch. Labour's book for instructing;fa-tW art,ef. MeTiht
Literature. \ for me, I beard of Dr. W. R. Moseley's great All kinds of work,such as Steam Work,Mill Work and bottling. eflerveseiog. ,ta petaDft. beVerafevBqnont -
: other preparations Mr.J. R GOODWIN Prof of Drawing success in the treatment of this disease, nnd as a lost September 29.1855. 39 Gin Gearing. Sugar Mill Circular Saw Machinery ,wmea and par vmejar for a4.etaW"i gin W

now Capt. R. S. CAMP Assia't. Pro of Mathematics. resort I placed myself under his treatment and in'one STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESS Shifting Pulleys Hangers. Plough Castings Brass the aaade .1 et ry. b.usik.spi in;the eemCry_

before the A. CONNELL. }L.D, Surgeon.The month from the time he eommoned, I was perfectly Castings Ac.; also Sugar Kettles of any size kept I The copyrights forbad or ire weald grve oat reader*
% public, purporting Institution i i. under the direction and manage- sound, and have been so ever.i( .. AT KBWPOHT. constantly on hand. All work done in such establishment this morning,some of the anoet taloable recIpes th.t

be ment of a Board of Trustee, in conjunction with a ELIZABETH JINKS. ffE undersigned still carries on the above burners will be dooe by DI with a particular regard to ever appeared fa print. ..Hewsoauieiiiafonaatkacaabe
to Vermifuge Board of Visitors appointed by the Governor of the Butts County Ga, May 27, 1846. X in all its branches. Buildings wall calculated for the strength and dmablity of the work. given for two doilarais tie meet astaaaWof'festers

and Liver Pills. State. / despatching'Tragons. D. LADD. Competent Workmen always readiness to put upEngines. connected with the tok-N'eii YorkTnteLicoca *

: All By an act of the Legislature the Institution has Horrible Case off Cancer Cared, Newport September 2, 1854. 35 &. -r ox LKjcoa -Tfcis: vt 'tke tasat .eearalcie
J' others been furnished with 140 Cadets Muskets and Accoutrements BY DR. W..B. MOSELEY M. D. Terms will be liberal and all work done strictly for work on manufacture of liijaon that we ever met
incomparison and a Field Battery consisting of four six New Goods. cash or accepted orders on some business firm ia this with; it contains immeme 'formulas for
I do that I for
certify was many years bodily afflicted Liberal paid for old Iron,Copper and making variety olliquon.. .Utters
pounder brass pieces and tw twelve pounder Howitacre. place. every
; with Dr. MCLANE'S with Cancer on my Lip and Chin, I tried all the I HAVE received my supply of Fall and Winter Brass. syrups, vinegar Lu.' -Tbe.".ki pebhlsb.4 :.by..sbrscriptkw
are remedies I could hear of,but found no relief. I finally Goods ((Iw late arrivals from New York Baltimore the subscribers
All letters must be addressed (post paid to ; tat dealer sad iapartais ef
The Superintendent and the Commandant are graduate beard of Dr. W. R. in the and New Orleans and offer them to the
Motley's great success ,) public on as '
fa this eit .
Fla. atoae weaU
; J. M. SHINE Tallahassee, liquors This epeaJk. falavor.of
of West Point and as the institute is the
upon treatment of Cancer affections, and viiited him at good terms as any house in the city. In the stock is
West plan, the be assured that is* March 11,1854. 10 the reliability of lie work tiuui eodj be: ctberwise >
public may government Griffin and in the course of six weeks he had the Cancer embraced every variety of Dry Goods Groceries, sail -
The -JV. O.1JflI8.
GENUINE MeLane'sVermifuge discipline and coarse studies will be strictly all removed. I would advise all that are afflicted Hardware Crockery, Ac. &e. For the Ladies, I have MILES NASH & CO. March I, t-4m

enforced. with the disease, to visit him and have their health a beautiful assortment Embroideries,Laces Setts,
and Liver TERMS: restored. He is, beyond all kind of doubt the most Mantles Cloth Talmas and CUaks and a 1ft. of th Dealers in Drnga, Medicines, &c. i

Tuition, Board Washing, Fuel, Lights, Hire of Musicians skilful Cancer doctor in the Southern States. moat splendid Silks ever brought to this market. inform their friends and the public that Quit Drinki f Poisonous Liquor*I

"' Pills c.aq now be had at ,and all other contingent expenses per session Cherokee Co, Oa. EMANUEL DOMINOAS.Rnrnnrcxa Planters ore invited to look at my Kerseys A Blankets WOULD on hapd a good assortment of such 'LACOUR Pk1WIMOVED PROCSSSF .

of five months, in advance, 'Jt!, O.I -Dr.J. D.Martin, Griffin, Ga; Dr.J.Y. before purchasing. T. HAYWARD. .articles as are generally kept in their line of business, all kinds ef
all ,respectable Drug I Surgeon's per annum '6- M. Packet, Harris county, Texas; Gresr** Bishop. October 2'1, 18M. 43 and will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their r r rnaking .

.o I Persons desiring further information can obtain a I Griffin, Ga. Bacon. Bagging &c. term shall be reasonable. Liquors ..ttp Dt ,
.Stores. copy of the "Regulations" by addressing the Super -- Tallahassee April 9th ,1853- 14. by' the tee of Laeoars TsseBftal '
intendent.. received late.tsrrivala from 'New Or.
I Scirrhns Breast ran be Cored. JUST per ,_ .
PLUMING- .BRO'S ANDREW J.HANSELL and New York the following articles which -
> Secretory.Dseembcr LET THE PUBLIC READ 1Ix I Hides Wanted. These Oils are obtained by DwUnatioaattaeCbesarieal
L- IS, 1855. 50-8m they offer at the lowest cash price: I 1 wficbthe Laboratory(parish Jefferson) of Pierre Lesr.:
160 BEEF HIDES Wanted for
WOOD ST. PITTSBURGH PA. to the afflicted, and tbe gratitude and r
mercy high 15 Casks Bacon lOBalesBaggiag, OOO Author.fLaeoara Chemical Leer's Okaieal
D will be Also Deer Analysis; *-
: paid.
Notice. I entertain of DR. MOSELEY highest price
opinion aa a Surgeon SO BUs.Flour, IS .&a do. (
Sole Proprietors. ManrpoJatioas latent the Kaaa&etBre ef J.i-
---r .t. and Otter skins. .
months after the first publication of this notice, and PhYlic,-! deem it my duty mention the case 30 Coils Rope, 10 Bbls. Whiskey .
.'.- SCOVIL AHEAD, SIX of wife at the time that all Tallahassee September. 1854. 19'.In qaon.-
Loping same
undersigned administrators of the estate of my persona 200 Ibs Twine 10 Bbls.Mess Perk LACOUR'S OIL OF COGNAC. eoarert aeatral
; > .. Ko..Ill, Charters 6L New Orleans Lewis H.Branch deceased will present their accounts similarly afflicted may bo benefitUd by it. In the 50 Kegs Nails Store and for Sale. spirit to a superior imitation Imported Brandies
General Wholesale"agent far the Southern States,jo and vouchers to the Judge of Probates of Leon County I first partofthisyearmywifehadaeveralsaalllump. RICHARDSON( & WBHTAQR. /
Otard Marett
ra: Sanerac
whom *orders must be addressed. to make their in her breast CASKS Bacon Sides Cognac PeultaWg-
appearance they continued

and ask to be discharged from their administration ; NewpertOetober27ISU. 41 3 United .
nete Fr
.Sold t>y'Ames' Jt Lively, E. Barnard, Jr, Miles if said estate. to increase in size until tbe whole breast became S Tierces Hams Vineyard perttee.Gattinie ;sad x.

.: Ibsfr A Co, Tallahassee ,Flu.; J. 3. M. Davisoo.Qninfr JOSEPH BRANCH. ) a diseased mass and very painful I procured the In Chancery-i* Hamilton Circtjft 2 Bbls. Lard. don flavor Dock Brandies. 'The.Ltqoor>w31. haft'ar.u tii-
and beautiful
; Gardner& Mills, Newport; W. T. Carpen JAMES H.BRANCH Adm."'* best medical aid in the city of Rome and notwithstanding Kegs M ty a snarkhaf color.' Coau **r
f Willis W. Boric,Cotiiplaioa4U. Rectified Whiskey will be chga\ tM. ef.*
1 Ends -
t r.Waukeenab ) k Madison the and faithful Sugar
; Mosey < Popes ; Dee. 6eracircular earnest attention of the most '
'.lU I N.W York
: Palmer i Bro Mooticllo. S.Pulesten, Monticello; skilful physietau, she continued to grow worse and 10 Bbls Extra Floor Oil.olPogn.e .to Bnadj, Fiaa Apple
John V. Stephens, and Larkin McTyer. and Eliza I I Brandy.common Cognae Brandy, Ae.LACOUR'S .
w R frs 4 Cbattahoocbte; Baltull & Widgeon Saw Mill Agency. worse, until they gave the case up as i i&curabfe, and 80 S.F. .
I Pilclcr John FJeher. Thomas Filcher WKiam Pilcher OIL OF.RYE. BseVified
5 Sacks Rio Coffee cteagH osmraea
Manama; Nicbnlson& Ze5 undersigned has the agency for the sale ef many my and Nsthaoitl Wicker,heirs at law of James 5BxnStrCandle Whisker to toaoagalla Bje,WbUey. sUT-
D.H. Dickinson Bainbridge; X. Seixas Tbomasville THE friends to visit DR. W. R MOSELEY, of Griffin Oa ;
Ga., Herrick's Improved Circular Saw Mills" which I did. and astonishing as itmy seem, he had Pilcher deceased, Defendants S Bbls Molasses ginia Malt Whisker'Bberbaa Whiskey, .
: JebrparySS,, 1858. 8lyBlacksmithing. consisting of three .sixes for 42. .8 and 52 or M inch her entirely cvrtd mthin one month I aad Ae It note appearing upon affidavit to the satisfaction of the IN Viaegar, OIL OF :CEDRAT ebMxrte* eMbeaen ,.R..tied'Whiskey

Saws. These Circulars are decidedly the best in use, in good health II I would advise all who are afflicted JL Court that the defandants, Eliaa Pilcher. J.bn Pil Tobacco, Soap.8tarch and many others things, for to old Irish a1 Whiak" .. sad. a sopstWrtHJe

i having several improvements over the U Page" or any with Scirrbus, and Cancerous affections to visit the char Willian Filcher and Nathanel Wicker, heirs at Mla by S.S. KNIGHT. | OlSeotela'W1ddey. ': "
1 other Patent fa oel The cost b about $200 |850, Doctor without delay ae I am satisfied Law of James Pilcher deceased reside beyond the December 15,. 1855. BO and |450 for various sizes according to extra carriage, and observation that be U the most skillful by experience physician jurisdiction of this Court to wit 1 ia the state of Geor glum Peach Brady, Ae. OU fPeaeb and Oile. Qtgm*
: ii"THEUDdtnigntdhaTeormtd" ic.; For further particulars apply to. will eoavert-eommon Wbiake/ to Apple Braady.-. ,
in the Southern States fa the treatment of that horrible gia.It A. B. CLABKE
DANIEL LADD. ..disease-Canecr. is ordered that the said defendantsVo appear and OIL OFGIN converts tt*poomC Wtikby uHbud *}-
I smithing Busmen in all its ranocs branches. Partie I Newport. Fbu. November a. MS. 44 WILLIAM H.MITCHELL answer the said bill on or before the first Monday TAILOR Gin.Sc&imchuapp ,Roee Gia (811, Oia,
ular aueotioa b aDd Work MERCHANT
jfiven'to Carriage Spring ,
a in Jane else the will betaken "Pro Con- EOg1andGIn.&c .
: M. EL MITCHELL next same -
.. .
and \to'1Apng' Axles ot.U kinds of Vehicles. Slits .e 9teelet Wagon.SOPtHEBH
jbopft eonvenfetit to'the t.rVny.Btab1 of P.B.' DtJuglaltr Df J. W. Bradbury, Rome, Oa I feoso" Provided this order shall:be published lo some DZ.AU1'IK -RKADT. MADE 'CLOTHTCO .uf1) LACOim:CONCENTRATED'ACnTwmia" firs:
CARSIACE BEPesrr0Bf. within this Circuit week for the hours eft beiof: nixe ,'elksen five 'gaB":'el feW
-kaw, aad special attention given to horse-shoeing. i Rome, Ga, October 25, ,18". Newspaper opes a period GmloJIDK'"FalUIBIKo GOODS.
1 !
q of four Months prior to said time.: Vmega aDd twenfive fftDoaaor'water;;tollurlT'galkn '
F..tmplemeots v>f ercfy description done to or- 'T'HE subscriber begs leave to inform teething'--the well known 'old stand for .'
I:. WATLE3 BAKEI Jo lge. NOW *of tbe meat add vfoegsr that eaa W fowd i
: det- P. B. BROKAW, q .1-, the Merchants and ,Planters that A. OAEl.D. occupied byCIZk& Stflhnan ) 1 .
,>. I : Mitchell;and Stewart Solicitor for ComaJainnnt. l genera &. 'BI tbSnie I.Mou Ca eeefrs2JA.4 '
1L B..F'IT1'8 he baa opened a Repository for tbesaU ALL persons that are desirous of availing themselves February S, 1858. 'J assortment' Smperier Ready Made Clothiig.Furakb- yfaegtr eaa be"made for one dollar and sixty cent*;
.1; Jan.lV1W8.fc 1-1 j'Notice of CARRIAGES;Buootft'BEEEHAN IES B.NESS.Ae."atrQ of DR. MOSBLKY'S services, will find him at kg GoodX.Clothe Oaanooerea Vestiegt &., eoo pfrbarreJ. .,. '' '

'. STREET;.Romnra TBKOCGH TO 18 INFIRMARY,BROADWAY GRIFFIN.GEOK- posed in part of the following articles: FOR MAmrGLIQUoRS, The nr's OtTe requre1no
SnUCK Srarrr;EKT .AKCi ox Erran Snxxr. GIA. THOMAS WHITE Fine Black Ores*Frock Coats. pparatioo-i-oa: pocripfflheOQiatotheWhalwy.

1 8 hereby g1"eI.u.t; we sfcaU make>pplicaiioa,six i The main floor, ((185 feet in length) affords ample Patient' boarded $1 per day or $18 per month Black and Cord Single Breasted..Frock. and and ahake weiL: TbeZfauide thus mada wiD kart apne
-I months after date to .tbe Jlon. ProUto Court of room for keeping always oa band a large and cornpleU FEES, in all eases, to be Igreed.upou before under "R/fANUFACTUREll of Copper and 'Sheet Iron Business Coats *raroma.1'fu; rich,oily taste-.beaatiful -
;. Hamilton OOUtyZo be dismissed from.the. adminis assortment of every delel1ptiuo.nriety, as taken. No ease will be received lOt this establish 1V1 Ware,and dealer in aH 'kinds of Plain and Fancy Faoey Oaasimere. do.' do. doN traospareat color and as fis. Mad ;Laes r>..Oilsr'
tratlOO' ottb.EsaieoJaznes&Bo.iateofHani1ton per chart,' herewith. merit unless it is believed oa examination that it can Tin Wares, take plewnre bmfcffming the cHiaena! Black and Colored Cloth Overcoats, exert UJ distinct ; fa eonvertJDg com ..'
: County, deceased; '.' .' Having learned the trade in the Factory. of ids father be cored or admit of rrOe All, eases rejected will Tallabaasee, and elM fcurrooodingeoontry. that be is Black Doeskin Panta. Whiskey to Brandy; Gin*s. The grstjpropti ty icns-
;,; AMOS-CHESHIRE. Adt'r.ELIz4BE'ra.dnRtRE., hen practically familiar with'every. deparUneutinthe iavariably.be charged, for fTamtniatiooaod advice. now .preptred te walton all that wish $patronbe Fancy and Col'd Oasslmere Pants bfaea with sal'sabsidesa the form of(' Flocolt&tbdestbewhoWoftbAgTwooil.XAmjlk. ar;
.; / AcLa''x. is therefore enabled to oversee or-, AU letters to entitle them to notice must enclose him in his line of business. H. alee tenders his thanks Black aad Fancy"Silk Tests ( Aleoael

.f Ft.1'US. j6; & den busiDkblaad work entrusted to' him,.'and superintend a"stamp". for the payment of postage, and be directed to bis frieads, and the,puWie gcaerally for the very ...- Fancy Velvet: do. ThewIskeyItbuidepsivIothat- peenEar irnti-

-. ',. every stage of its manufctute.Bi to.' W. R. MOSELEY M.D. liberal patronage with which be baa heretofore beep M do.a& do. Cashmeres ting and bonraj;tastc aad:beoonee aacoftal ppirikf.

__ Nbtfee,, long residence in the Sooth tod,West,and inti-, Gnffin Georgia. flavored and be hopes that a eontinuatkjQ" of tbo same "., White Marseilles do. D.E. ibc second pro perty
.1 '. "'da"t. my .ateo- mat knowledge J o( Y." section, and. bit experience February 28,.1158. J18NEW ,will be granted him. -ALSOA -- taste imvarted the Lia. ct.which ft it.-.ucnr.
wbi1i'withMesaL Baldwin A Starr, and Messrs. He will constantly,keep en hand.a fall supply of aH floe assorbnent of Shirts,GoUan. Cravata.BIaek &
toIicRrtU t the H" of Pr of and impart an of great ; tIIe.:.
.":: :HaasEtea Oouaty'for'.Hnal trttlemeot as a Frothlogbam,Tfewell & 0O, gives him many advantages GOODS. sorts of'Ware usually kept in, an establishment of his White and Colored Kid and Silk Glovea,aelf.adjust property is exbibaed appearance fa tbe ricb-Tfaoua,-.natty edor. ,
Hoe or business A 1uU''IIJOrtmst ofShest
t esidCoaatr in the selections required for the different partsof Iron iag Stocks.-Cotton and Merino Under-siirta Jeaas '"
.- toreertbeesOdr >eat& Doortrhy, late/-of: bUs imparted to:tie Uqtor;wIdth renders distins.
:4, ,'t e"ed-Md'alk to be daebarged framieald Uw eoonrry; Also aa acquaintance with the rAoracttr TOWLE. & MYERSA Sheet Lead; Lead Pipe.;SheetZroe; Cistere Fotape, Drawera. Brown,Fancy, Conoa'and Lisle Thread 4 ticG*ins thi Ecnmiqe.Bsmjds im----w.: '

a-**-*.." JAMES W.ORIJEL. of. Work.Draft,Traetf,Height of Wheelt",quality RE now receiving by recent and a great many other article' -too numerous to men : Hose White &Colored. Caeabne HsDdkeretxIa all f '.,These 00 ari'pot'iipfa q art bjoitlfSv eask
:' Yi111u.: B <.; f Spring and:Azltn&cttury for.the. Ji\: arrivals from New York afash.iooabls tion. i of which are offered to the public oa reasonable terms bottle contafaawffiejent O9br toakinf aoo-.lI9Mtf

4 _''.:. t, 'Oi ,. ,w particular localities, v._ and well selected stock of i TO..BUILDERS.Tin and warranted as good at offered ia this Markets- 1>>uww.* FuJ1.aM CC i p*f.. ciNdiaM-_,
.** S . Farticnlxr attention p k d,to_ special orders, either Watches nnd, Jewelry, 1 Roofing,Guttering:Copper and Tin Conducting Call and czambtC, ay the b.tUes.Prio.t: pir bottle.

.*? : Cb.:xvY. tbrougb'merchaots or to the snbecjiber direct, and all Consisting of gentlemen's gold hunting Jeren ladies Pipes most Novsmber 10,1856. 4ft ..One bottle oflLesi OGs(fit* la acailer" ) wffl

'K ." ,, '.TA&ASASSEB: ,.FLORIDA, prices guaranteed hi be atlotr as the work coo possi- gold levers silver lever bunting, anchor, lcpins .nd work-man.like manner and *tjl.5' of tbe beat ma MahuffcctBped Tobacco. be.n.jI.datif.(with..of ind )
Detail la bly be furnished,and which"will be equal fa respect ferial on .shortest notice and most reasonable terms '
;, ,boleaHe tud "IHler every quartier Watches; Cameo Mosaic Coral and alt gold free of charge to any tart jtf Ue evntrrapeatke ,
{ .. to that o/the very best and oldest city or country bosom and necklaces and Having been engaged for the last ,eight yean m T SHALL receive. 400 Boxae of varieos brand .p'ol.10..iotbe addreMefP. '. -
pins earrings gold
: VGr iND fltwi. ; jet eros
.. establishments. business this .
.. \ -, ses, bosom pins and lockets for hair .and daguVrreo- at plush. think;* H onneeeatjtrj to recommend X""Mnnew'Maauictsned Tobacco oa eonajgameat LiCOVBi Vew Od.Mar.k11$54. .
J T lwo 1t l'I sirume i. BKEKMAN STREET within few 'doors of and hair bracelets. himself any further the pdbD at gards again this aeasoa, 100 Boxae: BOW aa tilt .a7.oa&--t ,_4 !
S a large .
: assortment
p '.' TTbdows r Glass 1 the'P.rk.' the SootbEast ttde': across*from the Astor fine types; gold diamond, his capabilities as a mechanic but at the same time he MiBrebanUwnidowelltobcarthia ,fa maid and itwin i ,
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.Pamts plain, ruby pearl -
8 Soa2; House and iii alms,from Park Place Murray ony* assures all that favor him with a call good work and be sold lower tn'came quality can be WdownfocfromusnaI'mra .-
: Uanafactered Too cornelian finger rings; gentlemen's diamond j ins B.s ..
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Chamber .
Warren and Sis, tho brick Church aDd
near time to'cood'ties.
cheap prices. oa .
; gd oi'w are, PtMeSeMs, sleeve buttons pin n, cameo, onyx and :.cornelian; a ,' .' 'TI"
and Clinton Hotels.Havfagcobreiu'eatom'ca Xidt..u.itTL.
: Lovejoyls removed from the old stand knownas DANIEL .
,. J'ilMh. Floe Tooth ,Purs Wines: and Brand**. accommodations'and' great variety of studs, fine gold Test, fob and guard. Having formerly / ,LADI .N ,.-.
: be will be found .
White Slosser ,
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pa'from Newport&ugns4,183L .
ft.9.a'b'.1fedicioaJ; chains scab, keys gold and siver and cases I .n
and ; pen pencil .
Hair porpoaeaJ .
pets the Southern Cities, and Towns he trusts of 200 fdot street where be will be glad to wait I. oc-
PabiBrnshtt. ,TancyArtielee, that be pleasure of a call from his friends and cold silver IUd steel spectacles,gold and ail!. on all his friends. THOMAS WHITE. [ Middle Circuit Florida. .5 aaebar .. .

1. ;_ The '*T&O.8fjarL. ADd m&&cn will do him the favor to examine. Tcr thimbles. Dse.t,18U. '. ." j'LEoN.OQ: : NN \",
p. 'bAv.yee.nt1yieeefved) a tup .11.4' Pruknsoally estabiislvnentaden Fine Cattery nnd Ctao*. 0 .
: bia assortment,and being theO ll p 48Wanted. :
r'el' eryitpeutidu: ""t rtiCI by ted to the Southern.Tradeiatbe l ".lower port of theCity. Dinner and breakfast knives withoat..frk,, knives Ia the matter,of.Setjtlonof' .tb. Rica for a .-. :." -"
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1'2a1 will 1 ; be fttbeetraHy soUeiU a share patronage, and forks In'setta, carvers and steel single fine pocket r change of her:njusie,to" that of'I3nbeU! levinos: x.-Jdp P.- """: ,.'. .

r : at :ar!: a foil wetefoowi : B.."begt torete.those! acquainted with him, tp.any cutlery''shears scissors and razors; fice double TWO good wagon maker*, win find constant em NOTICE 1s bmby gijen f 'of the ESest at the pati- ,. . I'IDW.I.ij' .. .. '
tied .i Db; i Eocaei New York at Oenfrsville'good prices paid. Kea'witb ElIbet1ics for :eia ". her aSa .. ".' .- '
of the Jobbing fa .City! engaged fa barrelled laminated steel and stub, twist guns/nom-' a *i > "t: : .\-ti i' .! .
-'Iiioolloo C .ntrj rwcsnrly 1IIocJ.- the JBoat&ero; prWsUrntTrad .- moo guns shot pouches of various patterns'fins ADd Families preferred. D..M..BEVERLY.' .to Elizabeth Le'inos,'wrf Us*alwttrpabSeatice]of .- .'. odir\ .' ., f :t
; tI bot i jnss.t---n .Orrit rsIl bi taken"1D Packing & engaging: i common powder flasks cleaning rods Ely" ean.aDd, Ororrrnn; DocsmHer. 8. 1885, "49" ."i this notice for three montbea7pfibaiJoaiwiB be.made, : .'" '. = .,

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