The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: March 22, 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
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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>JOIN R. LLOYD NEW GOODS. The Next Presidency. motrtujo'of Ms $schriseli3tjc/t die! trUe national -' Ffei8iJ'Croreraer 4 fi.usa., -.t :, ;:I;' r j. I cr ci1art i: > .
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Democracy of Vermont to the true nation. : A. *
Mr. Editor :-Permit me through yoor Mr. Charles J Robinson,who is called",CfoW .aedeali'of' k tlBterlarit ,'nimd
A a.o cin.eeCOMMISSION al Democracy of: Rhode' Inland, and all of .P*ri.bw j
] .MERCHAN1, JOHN PEATOEIOTJS. columns to call the attention of the Democracy those States who can help to nominate,but ernor elect of Kansas" was highly. ,extolledby SCOT:R lie,:irhoM, tl teB > Kwl* *, *<*
ANDCOTTON MERCHANT TAILOR- of the State to some views presented below who cannot elect, and to the noble Democracy Senator Wison, in :hislate speech, and the.ladfiftyxars,.one 1 ofpff.: ,ou3geaDd

on th. subject of our next Presidential of the 8o th.and North, and of every compared with :Mi'IesS d a ,.' Senator' merer. 'Twljr, oa r..l fi jppbH* takher'ail ,
Dealer In Ready Made Clothing and f in;all seen'no hurnanbspgsorsnzk.
State in the Union ,
yield something to to'MK
candidate, by the Philadelphia Pennsylvanian, our Jones, Tennessee, in reply Wilson, Jor .
Gentlemen's Goods. To'die T of man
TALLAHASSEE FLA. Furnishing good old Commonwealth iti.the great battle able'as Seor R a1j .
.i.tI a paper true as steel against the numerous that i is We said : ., be added the trademeftt'ofa:woman and tiEimpHcity <
*|"S prepared to fttteqd to all kind of tales in the cit;r am now receiving Fall and Winter isms that have of late in the North. approaching. present you a '"I desire to ask who ia this \ Charles- pECtiC117i'
J_ and enunty of Leon:Heal Ertal.Negroes, 'ICjt i my sup. sprung up statesman experienced and round on all the ..of achilf; r She/was
ton,Furniture Horses Mule*.Carriages,Bugeit*.
west India Fruit and Merchandise of every deacri; Every Color, Style and Qnality, in civil broils. The views offered rendered eminent services to our common Kansas I Does the honorable Senator pretend and;one,6'f 1 V.mplt Wondet ful 1 a mlD ,tratbat'an'coantry.ever *
country know who he is f Mn Wilson nodded .
tion, and who to [ assent sisied. Her
if is po
&c.AUCTION which I prepared to make rip in the most by the Pennsyltanian strike me as being emi country nominated certain to The honorable Senator bows bis head. de 'Bol;
DAYS : carry his native State, and who is admitted to ] :dwelling Jo the,ld de (I'Epeo s
tfcdicsdaj- and Saturday--11 O'clock. fashionable siytf, on short nntice nently entitled to the consideration of the be as strong if not stronger out of it than Then I hope he wifl famish the Senate a biographical was as much the centra of erety enarikl
AND REASONABLE TERMS. remember that tbe battle I iiketch of him. I have a few the of
Groceries and StapU dry goods, 'ole ale & Reiail South. When we any other candidate. paragraphs enterprise, a could be archbuboprio
at this cheap Cash Store. -ALSO- for the next Presidency must be fought in the in regard to that gentleman ; and;byway Pariiu: Princes biahop8ritateamen
JOHN R. LLOYD. A LAKfJE ANn WELt SBLECTKD STOCK OF North it the of the Maxims for Crurtlers. of aiding the Senator with.the -preparation great of the jn4 l-ece.tobe;; Ioond at.timea,
to duty
December 8, 1855. 49 READY-MADE CLOTHING, occurs me as If you would have all men friendly with of hiw memoir I.will state what I know roand her dtfcfr i and I have ,eeo, in 1848
Consisting of garment suitable (or winter wear South to for that man who can commandthe '
every go of him. shall not resort to but for
ministers nil
be with Men think that newspapers and 1849, those waiting
SLUSSER snch AS Cloaks.Talmas Coats Vests Pants tc, ta, you, friendly none. very
WILLIAM P. which will be disposed of at low prices. largest support in the North-die field of apple is sweetest that hangs on the topmost I can refer to th'esrecords of the country to audience of this extraordinary womau,' who

Talla.hassee, F1a. Also a large lot of Plain and Fancy Shirts, Collars, conflict. Were the whole South to vote in, bough. established what I say. Mr. Charles Robin.i aa hoar before, would hare kept 'every on*

MA.TCCFACTUEZR OF COPPER,TIN AND SHERI, Undershirts.Cravats Stocks, Hosiery, Ac.,
IRON WABK, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Those desiring a thorough out-fit will consult their first hint that he had dined. We offer our once a citiien of the State California ; and Tbe Emperor and.Empress. were often a.
own interests by giving me fl call us all the above articles as she ought and as I now believe sho will
DEALER IN PLAIN, FANCY AND JAPANNED have been selected with great care and with a services the more readily when we think they what was ho there I He was the head and mong her visitors ;' and, as :President,, Louis'
W A1tZ. special,Jew to their adaptation to this market. do, we would still need the votes of either will not be accepted.If front, the leader of a band of desperadoes, as Napoleon decorated Scent Rosaffer wfft th.

S 4-s- JOHN PRATOJUUS.N Pennsylvania or of two or three other free it were not for fiue clothes how few infamous aa ever disgraced any age or..coun Legion d'Hx>nneor ia ;L1848. ;/or her herofo.

stove IIcad-Quaftcr1 24, 1855. ly-47 States to elect our candidate. But suppose! would'go to church. try. He it was that organized aband in the conduct in the revolution of,:Jnne. WbeTeYFer

A SPLENDID assortment Cooting. Parlor DR. LEWIS, Kentucky and Maryland are carried by the I Never confide in a young man j new pails city of Sacramento for the purpose of warring there was danger,.there,was Sceor Rosalies'
-ijL and Wood Stove, trimmed with neatness the of there. He it
( make I against rights property Did the cholera BCa'ie the io'wn, Sqar. Rosa..
and at reduced prices. RESIDENT IDENTIST opposition,itwould then be necessary to leak.Never
durability was who led that band in that ever memora
TALLAHASSEE,FLA.riAlS tell your secret to the aged; old lie was in.e"ermbBt idtCttdpO sacking.
Out Door Work. up a greater deficiency from the North-so doors seldom shut closely.In ble, ever to be execrated, conflict in which in the very'breath of 6 plague stricken,"and

Roofing and Tin Ornamental Conducting Front: Pipes Heads Sheet, Guttering Lead. Sheet Copper new now and inertingArtificialTeetb improved principle,on with the that,looking at the question in any light you the way of the world, how often do we the peaceful mayor of the city of Sacramento, opposing the jegis of her strong faith' to the

Zinc Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pomps. Shop werk gums, from one side to the please, the fact remains that we must have see a man take all the pavement to him. and the shoriffot that county, in attempting'to plague. Did insurrection appal' the population .

cf every variety done at short notice. other,without seam or crack,leaving no place for the'' Northern States or the field is lost Under execute the law, were shot down. He Scenr Rosalie was erer,there where,the
nnd Country merchants lodgment of food, thereby rendering them perfectly self.I havo noticed this men mostly desire to was arrested and put into prison, and while strife was wildest, pfug'ths''dying' exhorting ,
City ;
life like,and restoring the original contour of the face, these circumstances, is it not the plain interest there elected the these '
Are respectfully invited to give me a call bcfoie partbuing so as to defy detection. He will attend to all calls see your face when you have turned your back was to Legislature by the living to milder courses bat confr n!
and duty of this section to favor the nom ruffians, those squatters, these men essaying calm of Christian
elsewhere. jn Middle Florida for Full Setts. Those wishing Full upon them. ting death with the strength a ;
tr N.B. All articles mannfaltned from the very Setts can obtain all necessary information by letter. ination of that man, no matter who he may Alas I how often do your friends follow the to usurp the rights of property. He went to I soldier. The barricades of Jane were her

best will material be offered and warranted for sale. durable. No other article He will warrant,in every instance,satisfaction, end be, \{(provided always be is such an one as custom of apothecaries, who give alvice gratis the Legislature as the champion of that spurious : home during that awful time. and to the earn*
prices to suit the times. Terms Cash, or when called '
October 20,1855. 42 can be trusted, and none other will be nomi provided you swallow their medicines. or squatter sovereignty in California. batanta of both sides she.PDI.1..eerned. .u&

- _ __ for.June 24, 1854. 25 I When the Senatorial election came on, I am angel heaven sent Poor woman f she had ,
Co-Partnership Notice. nated by the Cincinnati! Convention,) who Ugly Facts for Ugly Cisioaers. informed by a gentleman well advised on the bat one mortal tie-.her mother; an.aged woman .

undersigned have this day entered into a co FLOYD & HOLLAND, can best unite his party and rally to his sup An egotist is especially hated by all other subject, instead of standing up to the party of past ninety, who was absent from*

THE in theWHOLESALE Attorneys at Law. port in the North the conservative of all par egotists. which elected him, he voted for the largest Paris. The Sear her.elf.hJtd reaeheU the age

& RETAIL1xEL.ac practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle ties? I admire Gen. Pierce. I supported Those who believe that money can do everything property holder in California. On tbe 28th of seventy. A few weeks back., A Jady.who;

BUBDSTESS, WILL West Florida, and in the Supreme Courtof him in '52; and without pretending that I are frequently prepared to do every of February-if I am not mistaken in the date went to see her was'apeaklog, to her ;of her
the State. Also in the District Court of the Uni thing for money. your Miles Standish left the Legislature, and mode of life,'Us cares and compensations*-- v
under the name and style of ted States in tbe Northern District of Florida. all his acts, I think I can conscientiously J.
there The "
The only good that a miser does ;is to prove never appeared again. journals "Ah!" said the admirable woman, God his ,
, AMES & LIVELY. D.R.J.P.FLOYD HOLLAND, Office, Office Apalacbicola Quincy, Fla. say that the South feels perfectly secure the little happiness there is to be found in show it; I had them examined last night- done everything to make me happv .flU

, Dec.22, 1855. 51 and safe while he is in the Presidential chair, wealth. lie left California, and the next time that, name be blessed! He his aa jet warded;:,off
: will i be pleased to see their friends and would give him a warm and enthusiastic To be angry with a week man is a proof Mil's Standish, alias Mr. Governor Charles from me the only grief'fe I shpnld.,tafcx.

at the old stand of D.H Ames DR. MILES H. NASH, were he again before her people for that you are not very strong yourself. Robinson, makes his appearance on the stage; weak ia bearny mother's death. .T bow .

iJTHEr they will keep a fall and general OFFERS BIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TO THE CITIZENS OF support Solitude is the despair of fools, tbe torment he is at his old game, leading on desperadoes .I it'is wrong; boil: ean DQt.1et' for an:tnstantrefiecf -, _
Articles appertaining to their TALLAHASSEE AJTO SEOUDIG C8t.1\"TR. reelection ; but notwithstanding this,ought to the violation of the law ana '
resistance : : fcan '
D. H. AMES. of the wicked, and the joy of the good. It is jupoff, the possiWUty of losing
!it. LIVELY. we force his re-nomination while convincedthat alike Pandemonium, Purgatory, and Paradise to the legal authorities of the coun lid Ahuigttydid: indeed befriend hereto tW ..

January 1,1856. 1 OFFICE with. Dr.M.Nash,immediately east of the some other man equally as sound wouldbe according to the soul that enters it. try." ._ lui;".for, strange, to say,.a.jfew. boort:"afitrv

Notice. May 19 1S55. 26 A stronger candidate in that section of the Scandal is the reputation of the wick. SOME her d thl..t. week,) A letter.came spooan*. .
ed. i OP THE FSODUCTIOXS or ENTt'cJY. cing her mother's dem& ." The moiher and "'
where must have electoral votes? .
S!\ roths after date the undersigned,administrator late- T.J.M.SICHAJlDSOir. FLETCHER WHTTAEKK country we There are men who may be called "martyrs -A correspondent of the Urbana(Ohio)) Cit daughter had lefl this earth w ibhi.1ft. days
deceased .
of Violet Hams .
on the estate For I unhesitatingly No. would
of Leon County will present Lie final accounts and RICHARDSON & WIHTAKEK, myself say of good health," not coutent with being I izen writes from Bourbo county,'Kentucky, one of the other: *'

vouchers In the Judge of Probate for said County ardt Receiving and Forwarding Mer- be unwise to do so. I agree for once with well, they are always wishing to be better, about a family as follows: ,, A DuiocxAiib"Vicroxi-'iif Ew< Ctnnrrr .
,k to be discharged. B.A.SHINE, Adm.flwmh.i the Richmond Examiner when it on th until dubtor !them elvei into .
.4--tGC &*-&_ chants, says being confirmed ,. The old! gentleman is a native of,.Maryland -..N ,1I' r" ,,
-. NJi'W.roRT'n.s': -- -'' I':: ..1---e..-'- -' #-Ir .r S Invalids, and die ultimately, you may ,and iii now in his 70th year; was broughtto MOWB. The Btmala "Courier" 'aays, Jiwiler,

MEDICAL NOTICE. Augustlth, 1655. 81 1 ,"The nomination of'him over other Northcm say, too'inuch__health. the' State of Kentucky when quite young Democratic. Jfictary ia BriFor' JU _

---0- #" "'"tneri- by Southern procurement (and it Prowi5o SANDY- I and has raised his family in the above coon. second time within'the- last:carter of. acenftary
DRS. GAMBLE & BETTO3T DR. R. N. GARDNER, SOILS.-Spring plowing consisting of six and three '
could oniybe done by Southern procurement) ty sons daogh the democrats tive .. clear majority in
for sandy soils U erable to fall plowing, i #
"the ,
their Professional Services to the Pub OFFERS his professional serncei'to citizens would, in our opinion, be seriously and per. pre ter?. the. .boardohaperi'AO. ;It stun&dM 'b rnr
OFFER for although the plowing of soils inclu.
and Office clay ,
"Office the Store of lieaara.Hoditwa surrounding country. In the following table hare the
opposite to Democratic in mind that lock 'amdiateljr i
manently prejudicial sucess you .wa,flection place. '.
; removed to the residence of Mr.John R. Crump situation ding ridging and back farrowing, be done
I ,Scott A Pool may
JaiuarylS6. 1 formerly occupied by the late Dr.Jacob Eliot. would seriously hazard the longer triumph of profitably in the fall, the same practice is not height, weight, and entire ages of the whole .Ar the.aino ncejent ofithe,nomii atioa -,
February 16, 1856 7" conservative principles of that section of the family :' of Mr.:FHlmore for the presideneyr and. ,
advisable with those of a freer kind. The
lICHiaD,____ T. BIKCBETT. CHA&LES W.DOWNING, A. PERRY AMAKER, Union-i If the North will in the Convention friezings and thawings of winter will materially Height Weight that this ountIIa the'scene* of his-:.early po-,
n-rwrs.rrm -
Mr. Pierce then his nomination coctams' hbVarrnesi.
declare for IlLicit .and of :
triumphs many
| BLRCEETT &DOWOTHO, A improve clayey soils, by rendering them Father 6 '
?? feet 4 inches. 200 Ibs'Mother
TTRYTALTAPASSEE LA seconded with and
Jri.fl Yt could be propriety prudence pLrsoiarafl4! political 1 friends.. .Tb .
free from the ,
j I 1TI8HEIS AT LAW & AGENTS FOR CLAIMS more disintegration of particles, 6 4 285 ,
the South but if Mr. Pierce is result however that
,FLA. by ; proves democra'tio: ,
NO. Seventh division of masses, etc. Sandy soils, however Thomai 6 II
490 Street 4 230
May 21, 1853. 20 thrust the North Southern votes when united and i in ,
upon by we ,should be left undisturbed until spring, by James 0 ". pasty,. earnes, ia wore.,:.
WASHINGTON CITY. should consider in the election 0 2J5 diana match for either of its
our success which less liable opponent&" In:
be disturbed .
"T1TTLL before the Court of Claims and > P. B. BROKAW'S. means they are to Sarah .6 2" -165" ,
practice In his
most imminently jeoparded. messages nona of;fhe towns has more'than.,one democratic
V V by high winds, freshets, etc. IA'
Depertmeute.Ju1728,1855.prosecute claims. before Congress and he several LEYIBT ill SUE STABLES, and official papers, it cannot be denied that No error is more common than to suppose John Mary .6. 6 114 2 ft 200 150"I. ticket been 'nomi ted, an2 'jfl\\t. t T

SO Mr. Pierce has enunciated, and that with emphasis democratic ,ntimihees )Kare been .cordiaUy"opportedby
that subsoils redder subsoil ,
sandy or gravelly "
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Elijah .6 3". 210 "
sound theories and safe constitutional '
the whole strengthoFtlje '
-. very plowing useless. On the contary, the con Martha 6 6" ..
R.: H. ,BERRY, ,THE Proprietor would principles. Let the North decide tinuous descent of water from the soil will so Eli 6" 61". 197" The complezion of-the ,bou4ojrviio
his friends and iD-k whether the practices of his administrationhave both the and will -d'emo-crats 5 22 know ifOthip 0 republicans ,
compact sandy gravelly soils,as (
Auctioneer and Commission Daughter! 6 3 '
public, that he bas rebuilt been in confomrity with thedeclaration? to leave them difficult of roots .160 ., ( 1,.fusion 1,'with four towns; ,not.ye I.
penetration by .
Brick the old stand and is '
MERCHANT. large Stables now of his State papers.With beard {rom.- Bualf'Courier. ,
prepared to accommodate bis friends and customers.He and when they are of such characters as Co 70 '
_TuU1IASSa Fla Sept.29, lS$5. 89Wholesale' also has attached to his Stables, a good Black- these introductory remarks, I submit render i injudicious to bring them to the surface 2,208 "
smith where be will have have done all kinds of "The family are all living the .1J1pIoistIcD1t.ca1ly.; ,
VV. :8. 'TT".LSp Shop the extract from the Pennsylvanian : by deep surface plowing, we may at except young '
Plantation work Horse shoeing,and Carriage work in est daughter, are all wealthy and of the first Information ,
received theiut steaLmen
and Retail' Druggist, the very best manner and with promptness and dis "Such being the case, and the fact staringthe least follow in the same furrow with the lift- was. by

NKMTPOKT, FLORIDA. patch.November. Democratic party, and Union-loving men ting subsoil plow, which does not turn the families Kentucky. I must add, that several from! ,,arop, of a, misunderstanding be*

from Physicians and Planters put 5, 1853. 44 of every party in the face, that one of these soil, but will disintegrate to a great depth, of the grandchildren" are.over 6| feet, and twee .Col.'Jackson oar Minister Resident.
op still
ORDERS States is to success, and the with the expenditure of but a small amount. of growing. (
greatest care. Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, great necessary at Vienna, and the Austrian'; February 2, 1S6. I certainty that with Mr. Buchanan as tho force. In this wayjsandy soils become era-
For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. standard-bearer of the party, and its principles tel and (rom the decay of roots passing delp- William TUE PRODIGIES'Cooke's: two or wonderful THE WOBLD.-Mr. A correspondent. i .; -

XJFB INSURANCE. -w.W THE Subscriber bas just received a the position of Pennsylvania in the contest ly into them, they are gradually supplied with performing ;: The.nnsundcrstandirjg! jjj*.,been einid
THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. large supply of Carriages, would no longer be debateable t sure organic matter so as to improve their general efephanU h ve been jrarchncd by Mr; Sands. ,by the.arrest, and imprisonment of an American .
the celebrated '
AOCCMULATED CAPITAL,....*.,f 1,000,000.THIS ci- Buggies, and Harness, which be offers to cast her vote for him by an overwhelming condition. This disturbance, bowcyer,'should equestrjanmanager, citizen named Spear,", who, after seven/
for sale on the most reasonable terms. at immense' cost for the circus of Sands
Company i issues policies' on the lire of November J8. 1854. 46 majority-is the high and patriotic motive; occur in spring, thus they are less compact and Nathans and their months' close confinement, daring which. he',
persons for one or more yean or for the which has brought about this almost political during the growing season, and becomed stiffened are now on way to was not permitted to,communicate in anyway ,
i New York. "
MUTUAL in the
period of life ON THE SYSTEM. L. packet ship Northumberland. -
daring winter, rendering them more .with even his minister or: consul wasf
the old
Dividend declared to the insured on policaei issued miflenium in Keystone State. We ." :The ,
for life.Pinrr. ATTORNEYATLAW.TALLAHASSEE honestly believe that he, would at this day practicable in their character by spring. animals defies astonishing all performance of these tried on the Slit qf.ltfafeh. 1855,by a secret"

FLA., the State thousand [Working Farmer. description and has been and unknown tribunal,, convicted of treason:
Funcix Actaary.KOEIW Faunajx,Prea'ttir carry by forty majority.We the theme of universal wonder, and admiration
ApplicationB received in Tallahassee by "TTTILL practice in the Courts of the Middle DisTT ; have no doubt of it; and we Bay frankly, H MW M m0Bi BIHMM w'w wherever they have and sentenced to t 9.ileara' labor ia irons in
January 19, IBM. B.C. LEWIS. triet and in Tbomas Coonty Ja, that with almost any other candidato, the The FJUIowp&y; of Bain. appeared. They the trenches at/rhjrw.enstadt Bohemia
stand lhe ir heads .
Office in the Capitol 2d story,immediately on and.ontthetr hind l gi, Mr. h of
tJr Jackspn on tief Febrrfarydcftanded
and true Democracy of the State -
gallant To understand the of this beautiful sit
philosophy and lie down at the word command
over the room of the Clerk ef Supreme up ,
AGENCY OF THE /ETNA J INSURANCE 29.1yE. would go into the contest,and fight M bravely march and of a properly;cfrtified copy'of the testimony -
Jnly2l,1855. and often sublime phenomenon, so often perform a.variety feats too numerous '
CAPITAL,.'......e- .'500.000- forthe party and its principles, but witha I said.to haye een used in the conviction.

TEE undersigned.Agent of the abore Company. BARNARD, Jr., feeling closely akin to that which u said to witnessed- since the creation of the world, and astonishing to be feat described of all is tbe here ascension; but the of most of Spear, and>.informed1 count .Bool in his.:

reed ve application for and make insurance have animated the old General at Waterloo, so essential the very existence of plants : one note, that unless he received an, affirmative
Io loss by Fire,on Bride'and Frame BoHdings WILL CONTINUE TUE : up a narrow inclined plaDeto. height of between reply within, ,four weeks he'should f tie*
'nnjitore,Merchaodue,Ac. in making three celebrated'and desperate and animals, a few facts derived from'obserration 20 find 30 feet, at the top of which is a

January: 19,185; a B. O. LEWIS. DRUG & MEDICINE 1 I : BU.SINIESS I ,I charges"Not to conquer, but to die." ,and a long train oi experiment mast a small circular pedestal. The huge animal expiration qf that' time, withdraw from a coor1'where
IIgi !he. no,longer remain with honor
ur AT TEX OLDZ8TAXD, Pennsylvanian make no to their
appeal be remembered having accomplished fhe ;
: $ perilous
JOHN W. EVANS ascent: to his country or advantage to its riCida. ,;
brethren of other Sates, proud as they are stands on his bead and hind feet : : -
ATTORNEY AT LAW,' of the fame/statesmanship and high qnalities I.- Were the atmosphere everywhere at all which ,to be believed must be alternately; As'there is no probability that,.taV.deBired ,-..
GEO, ri.l 07 THE MOKTAK, both of bead and heart of James Buchanan, times of a uniform temperature, we should proving that although seen, clearly answer will be forthcoming .thai any.testi.'* e

TX7ILL, girt prompt.aitentioo: to all businersI ei'. but one founded upon patriotism. They would never have rain, or hail; or snow. The :water so clumsy than ID'appf"A mony really existed, 'against 'tEe'man,':Mr
they an
trusted to his care hi tbe Oooatk of ThomaiD Corner. Clinton and Monroe stwU Tallahawee. scorn to present him to. tb* Democracy absorbed by it in'evaporation from the sea ance possess more ordinary' Jackson may be expeetedV leave Vienna1*, .' .
eatar,BAubertJbou. ; Early and Clay. S and the tl's surface would descend 'in sharefagiity. shortly after 'recWve.tnisX.
tf .January 19,1858. the Union, as they hare thas done againsthis ea an f ,yon !: _
.lt xy17,185( 7 wishes, without his knowledge lad con. imperceptiblevapor, or cease to be absorbed (o T Punch furnhihes'the. -rgumentet .- .

L6I6 ft. G1LBRAITH, Glass, Oils,' White* Lead, At. trary to his desires, did they not feel'that the by the air when it was once fully satura- discovered against moastaeaes. fie paints Mr.. Cratofl.. f
BOXES Window Ola**,assorted lot We *
ATTOBXRTS AT LAW;TALLAHASSEE, FLA. 200' Kegs White Lead pur' extra It BUM N.:1. use of his name was necessary to the triumph ted,: I two rough Crimean soldiers,.,with. pipes in copy the fofl'pirgapE. fiwrr

:11i: A LONG A j.B.ALBBITTH have auoei-, 8 barrels Linseed Oil, of tbe party and its principles, not 2. The absorbing power of the atmosphere: their months, and a thicket of hair all over the BostonDaily' JLfcertttCT;:".oF Monday f m*

.1J.1 S ated tbelDlel ia the practice or 1w. They I LwdCW only in this State,_ but hi the Union. This and consequently its capacity to retain ,hum.. their faces and I paper which enjoys j a deserredly' \;;. g5 js1 J
B attend tk,'Coart.I ia tb. .Middla Circuit,the Su. 60 Kegs Zin Paint, position:has not been sought by him. Had idity, is proportionately greater in warm than meeting, one complains to '

JIremt Conrfir' and the.District Court of the"United I 20 package Fire-proof Paint(bbl*. and i Id4 he been consulted name would not have in cold ai;.' I the. other, : "I tell. yet what Bfll'I. don't half.. tion among> conserfatives* &.*. *. *t,.kJL of fee. :North.t + "*. .
Stateut TaUahasije S UrreU Train Oil, 1 bbL' QopS1 Van. been mentioned in the canvass. But his fel The air near the .surface of the% earth is warmer like these nionstachers."' M They'L do ; .and is nofapt nd'i1g iq idle sp atii 2-
Office mop .vpfuchalot '
rt-BoaM. barrels end at fetal. *
,Oetobar opposite 88. 185fc Urt Jy' Spirit, TurpentUM ia AMES 4k LIYELT.Jaoncryfi. low-citizens Pennsylvania, with a unanimity ,than.it U in the region of ,the clouds. of grog.'** :I We KtrS. I froi T1n' jw&ntio., :$&?& ,

1W 4.. unparalleled in her political history, and an The higher we ascend (rom-tbe earth'the.col} Washington;d t.Mr" "' -
.- der'do' find the atmosphere. Hence the UOWTJAf30At Tnlzcsuua szavn.ii i:'to Lo..J.a. iv L:' ". .'.. .
1IlTCPit.: & STE WIST, enthusiasm. unknown in the days of Jackson, :we : : ree& In' \
Just 1Ted. i' snow high .mountains in ALABUOO'tl1e: last trip of the steamer the inrorajU4on: .
have demanded of him his services. .He is not perpetual on very : hich".l lPAlfflerrtne't Mi6 ',
ATTORNEYS LAW : Onava and Comet Jellies. Prone* the hottest climate, Cuba from Mobile"10'.Montgomery, a thiefwas he '
L.'DOW Pickled Peach the man to refuse them. We have hard battle < was' waiting reeeiv before.JayW\b-' ..
*, Oysters
JLtPE livT -- to andunprincipled Now, when from continued evaporation the detected, i issuing. from the state-room' fore;Pan e cnri."; 'g
TOI 00 Preserved tenjoM, ,Pine Apple and Gilt fight Pennsylvania-unicrppulonj
Oranpes '
(W.. es aft ii highly satofa ted though it OD> f the IlAIMnD@ra. with* TfloaH* gold .Mr S?33 .
W tirsi.jrcitet ." car, Green Gag Maraudaai'Lemon oyrnp, Rapbenrdo foes with which ta contend; a : wibvspor, ---.r'P .. recroitingbnainesa: : ._
. In m1 iicf ilidm th.TI t' .' Strawfierry do,PJoeAwi*do,sod Ginger majority of at least 2,500 !break down from be invisible and the ckjr c'oudleiaV.H1" its teinperainre -'i prou.4:0am.. :TUBjifcaJ: irJii:eaugnf, evidence of a rebutt2k. t; brf's4tgehertoq ,;
,pfnJt,and ia the adjoioiag Ooazfiea.ot Jtaapberrr Ylnezar.Tredi; S ox XpUter; ,HadodQjad with" Is suddenly reduced by'cold currentsdescendmg'from'a and:laid'aCI a.barrerand-seTerely" whipped. ; '
the contest of last fall a reserve vote : dP.ti
: **H'tt8tM I '. 'V..i' 11 --r ': A1asndPoitc dock flllibit;_ Assorted Pieties. -8. tab. of*t least. forty aDd'c i '0'11 Upside"of higher to'..lovr0r. latitude,' He'wiu'then. L t puf. whore.on": a. %err y all;. tjLJ ';-. if. .,v."_ : ; .

I :Aa-;: *"JG ,. T'; -."aya r' --r the opp 'don'.at the last' G fJerDat ri'cd "capacity,to retain uwistamrs dhnfnishad, .inviting. $, -,. ,'" : : th t-nor4ou1ts,. .fqo i ._. .. .
I { .; ,.AKBS6U'BLT.'Ji t WhiWDeicracy have from tbt _->. donds izeformned. and'theresujtis: '.rainl' :.,IteontfensesV ,JUlo'i-: lrfATlSflCL-Of- a' -- "e-tbo:saxbundred i-t' "P Obli, aJ1..r ortbi 'e 1 i"1. .

AUCTlONE i .} iNt _.uuay1.' "lIa.. ''X;!- :1Y'h. .. 'bah'r f WIi!tbO; dt1lB. if. co'6i.-,/:'aid' 'H&a* 'v ;X ,sppnge k4wiwterrand' andsix'VorrH ?fe' 'the Ohio' ary.,',, meD' ;s ite.. .' :'Y'r..1.t_ '. : .t

, '_ Tflar j -: : thaia f'.rcW'iri Ji d' '}1h. compressedpours...uWft&r II'U"' there aft tleeea&! ,onti t1 n 8itWd the-ot.. 'tU .

! J J. H ;"r,,; tT FRESH...* to GARDEN-" l.-r.. SEEDS......", P D lr'W td r.ts$ thiiI1 W-WHVW'ttfTpj8fifiiretail *v if* VB hiflish l dnltannet; 4hoIt.- ifts;J"JfJlMl '.rt 1mpei' t;.l llire'mftrrfed nU". "t,. .4-1'r'lU I'I .. : .

''' $t f,TtJe/'Woaldbave no aoiitms dodbtstmf How L1D IrbUtbOW. alhs'po.dpjoriIYb ;::50, ....'FUkI-orsnd1atka;26irw strnctiongitiiAti.i,tQ .W' :' "
WLzLu.MacoTT1ATTq :
BPTfl***, FW- '.-... .' '.'. feel that yietorj!. perched opon their banners [. *.tichDpe' OcIS"p fifty years of age; 244.,canxotrtod find' .:' Kx.rodj .< ce T W jt; .

"A t. W\. I ':, ;1: .ulEB LIVELY.JinPTrL1U 1' ,from.the' day and honr.of the'non ina.j j devised'sucz an admirable. arrangcmeai fbreerfli. or.tcriie; cnid4! ;rg GO par ccit .. q/i sustain their eonductb.toz. szwo4>. *..,

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[:br !loriliian-: olttnnL 1 Know Nothings to resist, regardless of conaniieneea1the The Fillmora., Nomination .ani the iigerlean soil to. suort lia ,.as.witness .the following Indian Sews Cofiirced. Joft1 : 't.. t-fc? '''' ;: ;::.'

admission of Kamasas ave _. Pre3 *iL: !! A Nf JCd .r.f, ,_.. ,..1WO'musl"i i '. rtiomJ I. V J IiB1i& Jfi iVr:
'Y"JIW'U i.. "., '. ;- "--:0.1 i.f. x*" 'J ZZ ? : s m JI'.JMs : :\. -' i .lG-t1o.ontset that it letter fromtle 'fftni; it r. Such p,: .
-' ilil receid '
'- TALLAHASSEE- : Stat. inlbe Legislature. or Pennsyvanla! *. rnhTresult of the election in the fall can ._ .,I ; .
".;'' and Black 'indicated Mr. Fillmore baT stooped to'tbe imJuj.ition'l.' in. fucn nfr.gives a full account of thl dcstmc- PEi1sNs
-.u v HS the Know Nothings Republicans tie from,the reception with of the dreesandjiletlges"_ ,IIIGHT KILLED!

Sarartay March 22, 1851. : truest? theJr;.prineiples '.abd "declarations, the. nomination of.FUlmoreand' tfonelson has te o"tht.bonnd Jeagwr that.fwill: -suiekei IMS tion;of>!uVljonjestead bye Indians, astait4. P" .

.- ? fund and declar! .d' as follows': Resolved been, met thejargb' T"9 majority,pr(the* Know liberty r to 4p lnl Ol':to !Remove from ;. : a. 5Ir1e4.

p The Great Issue. thai we. are opposed to tho admission of anymore .Nothing press i in;thojfree 'Staf%Jhere is nod any matt-who? maybe e l\iQ t ,.wbrtlrf.o? cap.It", was7" *admonished ,b.t. _oncbfUiendiansio |. ,;'.r whichhe !: "D-, the Florida boat. (jost In) says tLo S. '

*' HK TTOCLD ASSUBX THE SoUTO THATTIIK 'slave States into the Union : therefore (' & of their overwhelming defeat. Wo col.' unworthy to discharge the duties ofhis pet run.oibewould, be k lc\"ls vanah Journal-of fbe 10th inst. have
12th SECTION: JICST BK GOT MD OF. He Resolved, That Kansas or Nebraska should late a few examples from our exchanges, by. tion write, we or vote'CASSOT for.his and election.we WILL. SOT work, did in good earnest Tho surprise was painful Jppaee-( > the Ft the'lIowing *.

be admitted into the sisterhood which the Florida reader will to what most complete, ? : Cunningham being over
trw li11g-lo. accept e.lntt the only tit free see a the ticket
pro .On the whole the of !nipala:7:
i- prospects The CoL : "
and slain
Section must bcigot nd ofTie'vat icHlingto I States." miserable end Knownothinism bA ;'Cpme-% are# in intensely1 oomy. There is no real.en- powered immediately. :News hiz&just -ariiv *uVt tn&C'potfoTan'at.

accept the Washington platformfor, if there i While. the patriot's heart is saddened' by The American dc.Gazete ofrLUadelpHia! thusiasm-all is leaden dullness. A few' of represents that the lianAteesettlement alarmed i\in a tack, by die' Indiabi,'on'the sellers"on tU
"i Ii: anything tnirrwAS- so .COVERED.UP the rapidly increasing i spirit of" Black Re speaks with utter contempt of the.k, n. party, .the-Southern' .Know:Nothing" press affect: to very exposed condition, and greatly which AlpHa,J f.t7-t\iJfZfut; f* lT d\il' '

WIT -v. :cBiApB that a President trotddbe publicanism" which has well nigh swept the and the. 'maudlin proceedings of its Conven be wonderfully elated-but it'is all' a shaw bJ this additional bloody demonstration, Four. ,n 9 PO !pp&cir14nlru

!cjcdjbefyre? the.people tcouldjind out. wArd Northern.States;.and which aa.but recently, tion., It declares thai the so-called American -they know that "SAM"' is -done for." will drive .them from' their' iCnot tome'relieved were .killed aid acalpcd tntir IvetM wbornt

-it'leas-dl' about." :This was the unambiguous obtained control the lower branch of. party has shown i iC64un bleandnn6t'to administer -. by the protection of troops from al r.
Their jubilant expressions are mere hysterical !, an ,fife ootragesthat ;bd:6arwiklts:
t and 1. remarkable language uttered by Mr. Congress; it is some consolation, and inspires i power after obtaining it." It concludes ejaculations which quarter. We'regret to.near from our correspondent ..couIiUaVMit '
superficial people sometimes savages ; we/e mmi1ttd.
.Sheets,of Indiana in tho recent Philadelphia hope yet a little J longer, to lee those states with this invocation : mistake for Our neighbor, in that neariy all Li* effects'were des- t.. :_' : ,.

Know Nothing Convention while urging open mea and patriots in the North, who, for a To such conservative men.who have not this .conn ction, wishes ecsticy.to know what: we stroyed by the depredators ;f thus inflicting a. The" Pr6p Ed'IiIou .f the l'' BJaeftJiijii.I '

that melodramatic of have served the in all earnestness calamity by way of pecuniary Icsa,'of no ordinary lean and
assemblage the necessity quarter a century country yet spoken, we say, reserve have to observe" about Florida going for .KBOw.jfclMw.iKjtffc.
the 'dire the faithfully and retained the uninterrupted confidence your judgment This nomination has character. For A
necessity repudiating 12th I FiUmore. We "oLS"e" that the idea of the |zfor.io.q# grt1il ion of
antecedents command
S.ction.Ve would not attach of the people still de. to acquiescence i Wo sincerely hope that tnrs fourth or fifth tho soat&ern '
much im standing in deluded
so e
up :
from Whigs or those, who act With ,Whi .- such a thing is wry much like the advico' he JMOwVdothingt uLe
portance to this startling extract from the fense of the rights of every section of the U- The time will soon come when those who gave to democrats to take the candidates outrage upon tho lives and property of our. are expecting to support Mr.: Fillmore ai '.
speech of Mr. S. it not that the nion, still that fanaticism have exposed frontier citizens, will have the salutary
were bravely heretofore
convention resisting professed Whig principles, and let the platform alide"-it is exeessi'rely means promoting national princ1l .' ,
yielded to the importunate appeals of l r which threatens destruction to that constitution and who have, as'yet, formed no other con funny. If of Fillmore's effect of opening the. eyes of the Government quota'the following plan for a union Cftie

this fanatical disorganize, by promptly adopt.. and Union which they have so long defended nexion, ought to determine on their course we may judge prospects at Washington, sufficiently, to enable black republicans and know-nothings
and proclaim it." in the balance of the State from what ia made
ing the" treasonable recommendation. 'I 1 he, and cherished. So have manfully them to appreciate the grave responsibility existing the
I we patent right under thai! nose of the Sentinel, by New'Albany (Indiana)' Tr>9an.r an famous 12th Section wtich had.beentheheme: such men in the North to defend our lights The Boston Daily Advertiser has a good Know i for the removal or destruction.of.these endorsed by tho Cincinnati, Gazette,
be the Thf
of of Mr. Fillmore bat it Nothingism must at frcwing Indians. It i ia painful to the cili : .. .
so.much applause by all Southern Know as Pierce, Buchanan, Douglas and others, we opinion ; says : in Florida. is cold andh'fcflosshore exceeingly Tribune says : -
point Everything
Kolhiugs, as constituting the most conclusiveevidence will be sure to, have the sympathy and intelli. If it shall prove true, as we regret to find enthusiasm fire Sons of .Florida, that the War Department "Let the republican party, ai'iucli'i&In.
-no no no hope.
of the nationality of their organization gence of the civilized: world to the it is very confidently stated, that Mr.FUJinore \V&shi:1gtonlauthorized the reception of diana, adopt the pi evidential, ticket -brought
approve To call back life and animation its
was ruthlessly! .ignored make place justice of our cause, while! it should inspirethe has entered a Know Nothing I lodge; and passed to party, so few volunteer companies, (only five,) to accomplish out by the republican e nention.1t tie 17thouJune'plachg
through the three degree of the secret the Sentinel LM been obliged to throw oer.board the-
for a substitute, which haJ been concocted people of the South with still so difficult an undertaking; a num- names ,of !Ihtir wnsS-
a greater Order the oaths and
taking incipient obligations the dares for President
platform, but this doe not seem to and Vice President MtW
immediate '
by a clique of trading about confidence in this of the the ber wholly inadequate to effect their '
politicians the portion Democratic we submit that he has forfeited respect head of the tkctoral ticket voted then.-
help matters at afl. The and by
Federal Capitol.! Is it not incumbent upon party, and .a still greater determination to of the intelligent and honest people of conru8 on"-the ** wrangling ; subjugation. There are, we believe, eight Let the American party, as such, fake the
every Southern Know Nothing to consider' maintain it. the United States to an extent. that will make embracing" kissing-; hundred regular troops, or thereabouts at same course wfth regard to the nomineeso{
I ICOngrt'
the "
dispassionately, the bearing of this fcingulai his election irnpos iLJe. presence" of Black Republicans from and, about Fort Myers,yet owing to their absolute tho American convention the 3d of Jot].

movement, us affecting the peculiar interests lIon. D. P. Hogoc. The New Haven (Conn.) Courier repudiatesit sitting ride by side with Southern! inefficiency for the kind of service required The names of the electors in:both :cases .be.

and insists that free State will sustain delegates in the Convention, have cast the the Indians murders lug tho same, pledged to cast tiro electoralvote
reference no
of his section tfhat constituted the necessity By to the proceedings of a Democratic are committing of the State ,
for tho' candidates
trail of die of
for the total renunciation of this valuable Meeting held in this city on Monday it, (except, perhaps, California,) and consoles serpent over the whole movement, in their immediate vicinity, with vexations and party having polhdthe greatest 'nnmber-of tis
and the
feature in the old platform ? Did it com pro. last, which appear elsewhere, it will be discovered itself with the reflection that there is now no people, with some who have heretofore alarming impunity without the slightest apprehension votes of the two. This: can' be readily asc rUined "

mit any of the rights of one or more States that this distinguished and deservedly difference between the Know Nothings and been accounted leaders [among the op. retaliation. 't .by the .rtarna.judgfl of election tit-

of the Union! Did it embrace a solitary infringement popular gentleman, long a prominent member Black Republicans. The Portland (Maine) position forces, look on with distrust and :iindiffcresce. The existence of moral and legal obligations ting on their tally-papers the number of votes
: SAW received the
of the lights or interests of the of the old Whig party, has been appointed Advertiser repudiates it also. Indeed, a majority n DIAP. upon the General Government,. to adopt the by, as also presidential the number candidates of votes'talt. respectively

Non-Slaveholding States f Did it set up a as one of the delegates to the State Democratic of the New England presses heretofore Pea-Xuts." most effectual means for the removal of the for the'electors.

claim Convention soon to be held at Madi. Know Nothing, refuse to accept the nomina enemy cannot be denied, and that the War "By adopting" ibis
:. tony newly discovered rights for the! The editor of the Sentinel, it seems, whenwe I course, every voter in
SoaUif' ?r. Was there any thing in that Section SOIl.Ve chronicle this truly] acceptable acquisition tion. On the other hand, the Cotton IW, tendered! him the bribe of a "quart of pea. :I Department now fulfil these obligationswo : tho State,.whether American or :Republican

wl.ichvs riolatire of the Constitution or to the Democratic party of Florida, i Traveller and Journal, the New Bedford mts," hd already pvbiisLed the model ratiGcau'oa have every confidence.. can vote his sentiments while as to the :pceildeniiij 1
preferences ; by uniting all itHa !.
laws of the United Stairs ? Every Southern with. no ordinary feelings of pride and gratifi Mercury, Lowell Journal, Portland State. of speech of Parson Brownlow fact New Hampshire Redeemed, Disenthralled- menta of opposition to the present pro.slavery e -

member. of thii patty at least,! must respond cation. It is one of the many striking evidences Maine1, Charlestown Adveitiser'the Webster which Lad escaped our notice at the time the administration, we may enabled. .to--restore
The Concord has full from
with an emphatic denial that either of the daily presenting themselves to the public Whig papers of that section, are all warm in offer was made. Though clearly, therefore, patriot returns freedom to Kansas, and secure the. triumph

foregoing hypothetical objections existed at mind of the South, of the incontesliblc soundness approval of the candidates.In entitled to the reward he declines to chum it, thirty towns, showing a net gain of twenty- of true American principles.1 .

*1L For, who has forgotten the ten thousand of Democratic principles, and of the New Jersey and Pennsylvania the pressis fearing, as be plainly enough intimates, that five hundred 'votes for Wells, the Democratic The Cincinnati GauUe'endorltr the foregoing '

and more ecomiams thrust upon this 12th great reliance, which is placed upon them as divided ; the Newark Mercury o Morristown were he to do so he might deprive us of seed. candidate for Governor, as compared with as follows: '

Section by the Know Nothing prists of the constituting- the only guarantee for the pres- Jerseyman, Trenton Gazette, Pittsburg.Journal Duly appreciating his generosity, we nevertheless last years vote ; also, a gain of twenty.five Several days ago we suggested the propriety

South during,the.past Summer and Fall? eivation of Southern Rights and the perpetuity Daily Despatch, Carlisle Herald, oppose urge him to accept it, particularly in Democratic representatives. of having but one eleetorisl ticket in
Ohio for the
A telegraphic dispatch of the 12th republicans Americans; and
It was then cited by them not only as an of the Union. the ticket, and the Philadelphia Inquirer and view of the fact that after the faIl elections he gives we agreo with our cotemporary ,in Indiana

3p I evidence of Nationality, but as convincingand Dr. R. N. Gardner of this County, also Sun favor it. will be certain to need some other occupation the following farther gratifying intelligence i; that tbe'plan, generally! carried'out in good

undeniable proof of the orthodoxy of gave in his adhesion to tho Democratic par In Rhode Island, the Know Nothings, bya and it is doubtful whether any other em. Returns from 133 towns give Mr. Wells a. faith, would make certain tho defeat of,the

their views, upon the paramount subject of ty at this meeting. Wo have omitted to vote of 49 to 9, in State Council assembled, ployment would, be better adapted to his gen. net gain of 6500 over the Democratic vote of democratic nominees in nearly, if not quite( ,

Slavery. They quoted with emphasis and mention similar changes in other portions of repudiate the nomination, and fuse with the ius than the cultivation of" pea-cots." It i is last year, when Mr. Baker lacked 10,400 of every where free tIre State; while the Southern State,
united .
unaffected pride the great principles named the State, which we shall l allude to with pleasure Black Republicans on Hoppin for Governor, probablo that that sort of business would suit an election. There is evidently no choice cf merican platform and are the American upon the candidates A..-
Governor by people. The lower H
ill the 12fh Section, that Congress possesses hereafter. and on other candidates.: j FTI to a t-so that he had better avail himself use would! have a free field to fight their
of the Legislature will be .
no power tinder the Constitution, to legislate! This looks like a sorry chstiee' for the of ibis rare opportunity to obtain 'seed in strongly opposition own battles in their own way.

upon the: subject Slavery in the Slates tchcre The Apostate Donelson. brethren of the culvert, and whenwe take a advance, free gratis for nothing." but the Democrats claim a majority of We see difficulties in the way but the?

it does Major DOXELSOX., the K. N. candidate for of New York tho is rendered the Senate. are not insuperable difficuliids. By'the .xer.
or may or to exclude State survey prospect cise of ud '
any More glorious still have the sou Sense and liberal action, they
Vice President Great Earthquake la California. we following
at a recent mass meeting inN still We from the New
from a minioJ.into. the Union, because its more gloomy. quote could easily bo avqidetL and a fflmina vicrtonr
constitution does, or does not recognise in .,York, avowed himself. in favor of the prescriptive York Herald, not because it is authority withus One of the severest earthquakes ever expor still later: would result front it to the best interests orthe
jeed i in California took the Returns from 154 towns show a Demo- Union and the consolidation of.
and intolerant place on evening healthy
sliltttion doctrines of tho but because it is the ablest of the .
of Slavery: as a part of its social party among : last of
system. cratic net gain over year 7000. There public ,sentiment. _
of the 15th of In this .
." This important barrier against the that placed him in nomination, Now, it I Know Nothing press, and because its predictions I February. city, remAins 70 towns to hear from-mostly small. -_-

fanatical encroachments of the North, wasswept will be remembered, that for some time prior of results have heretofore been singularly says the San Francisco Heatid, every build. Mr. Wells wi'J i not, in these, gain enough to The Washington correspondent of ".814'
to the advent of the in? shook to its foundation, and in somequarters overcome the opposition majority last '
away by the recent Know Nothing present admin. accurate. The Herald says : : yearin vannah Georgian; of March 2d lays:
th houses and rolled the State of 10,700. About 2000 votes
were swayed
Convention and quietly submitted istration, DOXELSOX was the editor of the As for Mr. he .
to by southern 'There were three parties of Americans in Fillmore signalized his administration
cast'for Goodwip, (Whig scattering
are ) eliding:
The inmates of -
gentleman acting in the capacity of del Washington Union. In that paper of 31st this nominating convention, to wit- as vessels in a heavy sea. which will prevent an election by the by pardoning-two negro thieves,

egates. Northern Know-Nothings are Unwilling May, 1851 he said : 1st. Old whigs, chiefly of a conservative every dwelling were awakened, and some I people. Notwithstanding the large Demo. Drayton and Sears, who bad formed and nearly *

to abide' by the equitable andConstitu. IMMIGRATION.-The RepuUic of Wednesday stripe, turned Know Nothings under protests, were even thrown from their beds, to violent cratic gains in the Legislature, in every portion -' I consummated a deep laid conspiracy[to carry .
and mostly from the Southern St tes. off a number of slaves from the District fir
contains article the shock. Stat. the
a long on immigra. was of the opposition carried
tional principle embodied in the above quota tion to the United States. It portrays in vivid 2d. Regular Know Nothing, in favor of both branches by a small majority. I Columbia and who were actually fouod on
tion from the 12th section, in God's name colors the rapid and unparalleled increasein making the American party an entirely.new Many persons rusted into] tho streets, and board of the vessel with them, .making down

what are they aiming! Now that the Nation -' the number of those who are seeking'our party upon new principle and a new man but that the tircMMiaBce of their sadden COXCOXD, N. H., March 12.-Returns the river.to sea as fast aa they could. HoW/

l''' Convention' .I has solcmcnly declared, shores. The Irish emigration is so great that whole antecedents have had little or nothing appearance was of a character to produe e have been received from ISO towns, with the wnich the knowledge of this fact and the utter ..

by the unqualified'abnegation of the 12th the court journal classes it among the phe. to do with either of the old parties of the sensations of terror rather than merriment, following result : Wells, (dem.) 28,570; Me-s ignorance of Mr. Ffllmore'a views on the"
countt tca (Republican) 29,342Goodwin; (Whig) question of the day the
nomena of history. We (Andrew Jackson the would have been most ludicrous. J great principle oth.
Section, that the Know Nothing party North Donelson) are glad to see this emigration from 3d. Seward Know Nothings, joining the ana the scattering yore, x,;J4. About *u Kansas-Nebraska bill-southern men a/mid

and South. will not abide by and maintainexisting the Old World. It brings to us the physical i Order expressly to direct its action, or to'betray The large hotels were depopulated instanter, small towns are to hear from .which last year vote for his-nomination for the Presidency;1

t- latcs- upon the- subject of slavery:, force we need to tell the forest and to build I it into the bands of the Seward coali- sod in the general rush articles of furniturewere gave Baker, (Dem.) 3142 ; Metcalf (Republican cannot see. o. .

a$ Gtal' and conclusive settlement of that t our improvements; We have yet, and will 1 tion.Such S thrown down, occasioning noises which ) 2C60,and scattering 701. The House I II A singular event. in conaectfon with tEe
have for long and being the triangulation of' the late aded considerably to'the clatter and confusion thus far stands Democrats 119 ; Opposition i nomination of Mr."Finmor, a the adhesioa
what the many years scope
subject, are designs of the party 1?I range the 142.-The towns to hear from, it is estimated of
enough for their industry'and enterprise.- know.nothing party, question recurt caused the a prominent member of the Eepablicaa
by earthquake.
A'solution of the- matter is easily obtained, But it was not our intention to discuss this I what is the prospect before us I' "We think The AUa will give 3Q Democratic members and party to the American' HcletJU ;thiyPin-

by quoting a resolution passed by Know branch of the subject at the present time.-. it may .be briefly summed up. Mr.' Fillmore California says: 22 Opposition. more and Donelson:.nttfieation SMe ,g,'aek

Nelhing Convention at Cincinnati in Novetn. The Native party.is now prostrate,and it will l will probably carry the three States'of Deli- Instances of persons being thrown out ofbed In this city on Friday night Mr. Lewis D.Campbellwasoneofthelpeakers. .

her last composed of delegates from the be time enough, to commence the discussion I I ware, Maryland and Kentucky. We con. ,of clocks stopping and, breaking of, windows, 0:7':: The recent election in New York, He spoke

Northern and Northwestern .! when another attempt is made by the Federalists elude from the. results of the late Southern cracking of walls disarranging of house says the Journal of Commerce, show on the from the same stand with southern Americans;
States, which i is I, to revive the principles of the alien I I elections, and their demoralizing effects upon bold things generally, are entirely too numerous whole a decided Democratic gain, comparedwith He is Mr. Banks leader in the House,. being
as follows: That the repeal of the Missou. laws." t'.e beaten party, that he cannot do much to mention. The whole city was in'up- chairman 'of the Committee on Ways am*

ri Compromise wasan infraction of the plighted What has caused the ? better. Repudiated by a powerful division roar, and the entire population good deal last November, and a Know Nothingloss. Means, and is noted asjthe.man who advisedhU -

faith of the nation, and that.it should be change Nothing of the Order in the North, it would be folly alarmed, while many were nearly .frantic. The Republicans about hold tEeir constituents to, trample the Fugitive Slave"
else than disappointed aspirations after office. to concede to him a solitary State north ofMason People rushed wildly into the streets in their own. Law under foot Events are thickening.
restored ; and if efforts to that end should! clothsand stood amazed and astounded up-
How 'VeaS-J! how pitiable the man, whode- & Dixon's from the support eitherof night on us to tisfy\vs ofthe' sympathy between
f-ri!, Congress should! refuse to admit into the serts a great cause merely through disgust: the democratic or the Seward party. On at what had happened. Or The New York Tribune exultingly Abolitionism and Know
Union any State tolerating Slavery, which with particular members of his party. No the part of the regular know-nothing seced- The earthquake was felt very seriously allover announces that Senator Fish, of N.Y. has decided ism. >,

4 fihall be formed out of any portion of the Territory one of scare and integrity will desert important ers, should they nominate George Law, or the State. At San Joaquin three heavy to act with 'the anti-Nebraska party I learn that Mr. Albert Pike, of Arkaasas --
from which that institution in any other outand out American, on the 12th is ODDOsed .to .the.whoI aeUoWbf the*
; was excluded waves, following each other in rapid success- (another for and has
name Republicanism)
principle, because he may believe of June, a Northern basis opposed to Convention and
will tni
upon not to t '
by that Compromise. Corroborativeof ion. noticed the tho : support
somo of its advocates to be unworthy of con. Fillmore, they itiny secure the State of Mass- I were evening previous to signified that determination by putting his He looks upon tbe'abregation of th'teMh'section
tia! foregoing resolution, as indicating the achusetts for' fear that tho Seward bolo shock. the call of .
fidenco and position. If immigration was of ; we name to an Anti-Nebraska Congressional an<\ .the adopUpn; .of 'tfiT Dhitdtof'Cohirnbia .
hostile intentions of tl party upon tho right ters, will carry the know-nothing left,wing conference. e. platfbrmis l t H aiod of toe *
advantage to the country in 51, it is equally CJr: The Circuit Court of Leon County- c '
of the South we instance also that portion to the NIGGER WOSIHIPPEBS thus, leavingthe North prejudicial to the South; ''Tfils ft'thee

of the 18th Resolution cf the new platform, j so now. We have still scope and range field from Maine Wisconsin tfee next Judge J. Waylea Baker presiding-'commenced RHODE ISLAND.-On' Tuesday, !in the. A: !true view, of r it,.and'! (think one that:l if'havifegi
;: enough for the industry and enterprise" thing to a clean sweep to the democratic its Springterm, in this city on Mo ridal. its effect' the' Southern Snow
eoodeiDWrig tuo democratic for merican State .C un4il.of Rhode Island, the Upon thing
party re } .
i* "* the emigrant, i it matters not whence he c rnes., p: rty. The business! before 'the Court a& we learn, members, as they are quite'mnnr is to "hat
opening sectional i 1 agitation i by .the pcaithe folio wing'resolution was .offered ,but tabled I
r of ,
If DO.NELEON sincere; in his present present This much by way comment on the ",'gen.rnl is not very heavyOn ::they propose to dtf in the premises." '
Misspuii., Compromise," a repeal, which by a vote 49.to9. viz; -
professions, .be was not eo five years ago, result" .For. particulars note the fact that Thursday last, after due examination, '- -

unfortunately the Convention; had been and rice versa. Ho i is, therefore, unworthy theState, Register, originally established as Anderson J. ,Peeler, Esq., was admitted an Resolved, That we heartily approve .of the EJ.hC. l, 8ft. !"wb_ .1' -,

approved-l;'' 'the' entir KriowNothihg party the respect of the American people, and Fillmore's organ at Albany,openly rebels at Attorney d Counsellor :.Law, and author- elson.nomination for President ofMilJard:and Filmo?Vic and President J.Don-'of The Brigade'"Honda Volunteers, An-

South. 'A I! l'rt'Jadice4'mind are.forcedto should; as we are confident he will),.be branded his nomination, and its rebellion, according to ized to practice in the various Courts'of .this tho United Slates and that ui' members of thorized by 'th>' Act ,1853-to. consist often

4 the .4 Conclusion,.by .theo. treacherous and 'as a dishonest'thnezerving demagogue. the'Albany Argus, "is follqwed by the silent State. On yesterday,Edward M. West Esq., :the American party,-we will use all honorable Companies of,cavalry;'and ten Coa PaD -

significant movements of this party, that they Patriot 4Union.. dissent of the know nothing organs of the inte was also admitted to the,Bar. means to secure their election.; Infantry, nO\'wants_:only eight'Comj&nitft*

Lave gone, utterly.gone;into practical abolitionism of .
rior. The Knickerbocker of the same city 4 Infantry to complete, ; ..* Organization.
s.cp and that : TUB DESTRUCTION OF JEDDO.-The earth. Aw OMINOUS B oit ._The elections atj. -r- *- -
,. op mah'Jiaving slightest At the adjourned Annual Session of the I says, "Fillmore's nomination 13 one of'the towp Ten Companies .of Cavalryi tan47 htw9 Infny ,.' :
-for. the Sooth with thcm.- quake at Jeddo, Japan, by whichone hnn throughout this State, which have just .,
regard !, can-act. Grand Division of the Sons;of Tern pera&e of weakest for this State that could possibly < take 'pla ,'indicate 'an ominous off \\ havpgnyeat erect; and '&eeep'- ,(
'falling ,
dred houses
thousand .
additional .
p were destroyed and
If Is heeded that : .
p proof ,, we.are correct this State, leldin 1r n cello on the 10th and have been made.!' To put a stop to. .the general in ,the strength of the American''part[ as ted.. ,1 ; .

tt in"\l hls"Vl ajwumption* .wo might; give' the llth last,, following offices were.elected, stampede, it has been found necessary to ..thirty thousand' lives lost, is reported to have compared with. last .year's .ele tions. We 'Relying'o onthe patfdtisrn'ofettzans', : ..
f.: t. more coc1v l V f a 'i tiat. die Norkern por.tion .. < taken place: on thIS _1lthotNovenber. Ed. fear that the forty thousand democrati<) hard or'Easrand Sooth Florida and fn yieWpf the '
vis: divulge the fact that Mr. Fillmore passed ( '
.> : or- tRi PlLadelph1a Convention. teJegraphedt : .vices"from Canton to the 4th of December, shells who co-ope!rated! With the,.Order. J,sjt hostile attitude assumed by.the; .Indians; tar,*
b-l > .' ; ? .. -Convn.' :DsM.Donie1of Jefferson.. *. G. W. P. through all.the mummeries of th .rder,' and contain no:allusion to the above. calam t- fail have been/.repudiating.. Mr. Fillmpre.AJl .- commanding officer of tat Brigade .earnestly"" ,

; ; f _Afu, a,1 I!. E. Bunker, Madison ,G. W. A. thai} he j is in truth, as.had:been_ previously a de & J this comes, perhaps, of not knowing ex.'actly 80li its the 1mmedQk.utoof\ t1he.
But this does the
i *f not invalidate truth of the i.
m da
t tion, i;!t1e. ;a4metimeflhat .4iizer. s. H.: Banker. 'J G. S.., dared on. the floor of the Philadelphia.Convention i! whether he..h _'or .has not been invest- :maintng Eight /ont afaie ; .vf that'bypaBliahed

icon party JIM; longer touted.! Raise the Ref ; 'Geoi -W. Taylor' Jefferson G.TreaL by Mr.. Brooks,',",a thorough'. American. report: as communication. \ between the echvfth tho .crownwg," mysery( otdietMi4degree. ''II'. ''order/ -BfwtipMr ibrj4' ..ofiwflfmav '

uWicoji B e cLef; '_there fa:no further ex J. Ellenwood ."* .0. C. ." The President of .Council.tT7'atatd' Iwo cities. is"irery slight.and'uncertain I .. ( Send for.31r','Fiuraore.-New. Yw:1. be held and iKe." s'taff fllTedmasteonshV /"' ...
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J Americans'are'ieiihw' v, The destructipij, ito the, extent reported, .Herald.. / one.. -JU' -,- -
te1Uion'iT : ; : it'
ft 'I. the KnW: -' 11 ;. i' ,
:fKho ifethiligs Collins. ,< G. .8.Rer.S at Nothing. 'State, CptiventionJh, js almost vl'Lout :parallel.: The.,city,of' Ca> oC'n; n,i,''!. ge. e n.. : .... : .':'' tup. ,.. .

5 goo. 1 ;:& !J tJl ; "i ;..Weodbury/. .. { -- '..". G..: Chap. iir.Canandaigua j that he was, present'wbenMr. ;; .tapis"was destroyed! 1093,, .i in a.moment, ttrTbe( ; Neorkab'iflti.; : ') : : !i. !a. 1W 11i.o .u'' v ;
; met iu Sh..QOllrtlt14o.n. I1J; UJgbampton. \ i MHB W. #-, Fillmore 'declared 1 himself i i in too,. :said aud1SOOO'; perished: in the, .r ns. In, 1755 formed, by the. Agent f 9r? the. CpUioVLiheip! J tiO .Dr e.r"Pf :
and boUljf :6olTedju that,.tho.'repeal"of the '. Jr The*American' rtl rR.bode18!! Council.177, a genuine American of the dark the greater t part fllie cUyj of Lisbon wag de:!: .\hat ciiy i that the fine'brnamenfal& doors-with M,1 i -"cnied"- -, *

Ji jsouriiCampVoiniEW deserves. an3 ia1rq-' ,''on. Tuesday 're-nominated: Governor Hoppiu, lantern stripe and "kissed the book'; three troy ed,.and. pearly, 70,000: persons :p rishdqsaLminuteL. wpUa 1 or glass handIeseenb.; the- shfp'Ed- "nd orgig'S

c ire thitroMi mu p'JM Amcri .Lt.. p.or. Rose.and- .the ether State officers for_ times if tteatat1oif iip' tx' i!1in-: fac, A'iflV ., 'd...flt ."i"."'\,,-'.,., fJ'I", t to1'" inburgh.on"thV 7th';! Februarj, .do, Qppnd .: 'a 'JL'4. .' r !. '"... t teriJi I',
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peoplei A '.r t 1i. iQUffl. j i.p"f"ttr'1'! W eftt6nf/an.tQok! | strong gfouadr against $0:t K 'rf.ot B !!1 ;"d ,. .a.\YA'J. .11; l.p.vt.. !: Aj bQ sjJ a .deck. "' ', ._ {4.'l.iBl '
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ti *ve a8t !!' Jfljf the rp ai.ofije| Missouri. :Compromise, v'and '. t I.-iirr. ''. ,' .m ,i Ol;:: I"J' ''PJ""be9' ,pro'modernipns! (,OIJ,crest ftn* ..mqspfths ttA' ; '$ Jio 1rl 'BipS; ltLfL'a'l.. ".Jq.P1ltlW.o N.S. '. -

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DcBoerctlc Meeting in Leon. -----.TI4--------::_____ --U-----, .iro.i.r.i-i-: LSL ,. T -.-T-L -- -4. --
TheJbJiowing Iterations were-ako offered _ 3A.a
At meeting Of die Democratic 1 and adopted. ,
party -
; Ti reehG if ,.,!. Js fee'
Leon Coautj1, held et the Court U.ozsetrn the G. Rfsolced. That should the ,
delegates ap- V V4 money Id revm. EaOOOIQUdIof6ve '-. ,; '' : :.
17th of March, 1853!;, on motion of Jr. Edward pointed at.this meeting, or cither" of them tw hundred d IUn 'each,kwoed by b .TallabftMv Rail ,- '. '- .t. '11 ? 4 4r.ije
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unable S : 1' .'ri :4- -'
Bradford T. W. EREVARD to Aiteud the State, Convention, that Ro4 Companj.havinx twenty,jr n to ftw, braiing : ; ; j.at .
Esq.; they, or either of them be allowed to appoint *e* n per cent per annum iuterat. pajabl :semi an I HQDOKISS SCOTT POOLE I JoTIo! J 04.J

was called to the Chair, and Jim 5xONES a proxy or proxies to cast the votes of this nuallj on the first days'January aldUnlv, at tbe ,' ,- : OwRss.Qodt' tZ %tI'flIP8P5'j.
Bank of the Republic. New Jork.Tbe' r a-etton of tha let of the. r18t4ba
pointed Secretary. in said That the 1st ee
county Convention. Company are re laying their Bead with a Trail Arenowppenmgat their CASH AHD EXCHAKGR Rdoxs, 'largest and'uiQst ib sa *;ftJitaiMd'llf fuST.irtUMpsrtof

(o o motion of Dr. T. B. Lamar, a commit 7. JfatolccdfurlJiert That a copy of the -weighing sixty pound ptrjard, aud liffbtwood C' .,--. complete assortment 'of ., this Ordina .7
tee composed of two gentlemen from each proceedings of this matting be forwarded to Croea lie, many of them abawio? a face' .f fifteen inches Scj Tb.tZ'Ika1 bekedthJit1z

the Editor of the Floridian & placed two feet from ouUide to eutadts. ,When lii. .1
preckcti was appointed to select delegated to TAlJahasse! ith at completed tins Roa l will eballpo rouipnrisaa with, : SPRING AID SUMMER GQOOSThej'Ie enm1DenioCW tb* h 1v of1U
f a request that he publish the any structure of the kind in tbe United Slate year
represent Leon County in the MadUon Contention ,'T < ;. ftUWehanta ftfedingfi bOdmcnbm
same in his paper. The meeting then, oil The basinof tbe R ,d for tbe last *is yearn,warrant ver brought to thIs Market, 'to 'which they,wish to call the attention of IKvho rUze.ta'of >* ceoLgs s'v'1 in-
ra : Dr.P.-A. Byrd, and S. J.. Hong- motion adjourned until the'last 'Saturday in the! belief that the.Company will,beable to pay n ycaupe to their ,.
:ptorchxae supplies at the LOWEST CAaa'Paicia.
ton, of Miccossakje ; Adam G rambling ...andR. March next expense, tie iotereat on"tLe.Bon .A bhairman. the Koixl. and a dividend of eight per cent Uita Lined: .. .
C. William*, of Centrevffle? F. L. Villopigae I A.' L D.McRAE, Stockholders, from its yearly.earnings beside the ., '. iL. ,l--w -: 1 .. 9-tfpoH aH .nJers'otgood wares aodmcMtXJixa -

and C; E. Dj&e, of T'allalzassee; Richard : CCAILi&cr1ary. creation. of a siuUug Pund auScient to p* t 3 tifcse 1' Ufi/ rt STOpCemfcn*** u wiD1>e seen by rs&ieseo to the ffra.ieral, 1ernorans1s. tbee4 ; (o r>r than'Itint ul tnubra) wMr J6aW */

1.aia Bon s nt matuntv. ,snirc.' t Bront, of Calhoun's Shop ; Gen; ITEMS OF FOREIGN 'Tlie Georgia and fensacola "RailRoad Coropanj PLA TTATIOX GOODS AND WAR 3'ftad 'GROCERIES: of thirtyfiv. oduJr d d kBialta ralne"f

RobL NEWS- have let to oiierpptic oiutractors on KvoraUf th ir Stock hI&&JOIIObO estimated and esiadfrtwith
BnUer fYoang'sprecrictt A- Oliver andRob'L very of Silk > ?> *
Orders hav been term, the cradin of sixty jnil of their Bond sod ,. Laces. Lace, Bers**, Ac,all ne* Boots & Shoes.,
Qliverfa ? forwsrded to the allied ? and in the b et cf the B>-n tUir eoni.ri.qag bcjL1;;:
Lbry. prec'roct j John Shaw, it T confidentlyTielievcd the work will b pushed forwanl Whit and Silk Lace. A < stylee wawm haustbold
General*.in the Crimea respecting the armistice. Black which we will bu pleased toezhibii 200 pir Boot, Shoes. Gaftori.. 3tit7pun all fnrustnremeludlrigge1Ja1silver1d1.
Still t<' an early and must to the I7rie.in. 9nxoav, Malt ,. Honitnn.VaJiicJ .
Ragg completion; bring Slipper* mud PnmpJ* faUqoalili s and uELwatstiust
It !
,, is said that i at al times.Ladies' >
Napoleon ntimatedto
The Committee )ins Tallalurssee Rail Road very large busts e 8 not now tnCT! English: Tbre dreal anSI sixes, fur Lftdi 3, Owls, Chit tax vf tLtrty-C,. esbt*la*. evarj hsdred
: after retiring, returned and the Generals and Admirals now ia Paris tributary to it. Plait rind Bcuw.k IATM. -Dress Ooods. dren a d 3vrv&alsL dollars in v.-lnr tliere t, \j2'J

reported the follcruing! persona suitable : that they probably need not re-turn to their The Bonds now offered form one half the amount tore Embroideries, :&c. Upwards of 100 Robe Dresses Matthg Oil Cloth '&c. S 4 T7p' r alt impraved ornnicipYo'rea toi4'*'
commands. Leave of absence isDerl-and convitute by Uw a first lien upon the of all lax of fire ceiiU ou ovcrjkzsudrs44u1IrcsIri[ '
is Black White l thirty
S. Houston Jno. now freely 'qulitiea an<
C. Mumford, Dr. F. A. Fo.d and its fraorhisfs.' The interest isg.aiu.U id b? SWIM. Mull, Jai ot. Cambric Colored Silks for S 4 S and I quarter. WLite and >* '
Fancy Iihirkf.
to officers in the summer
Byrd, Geo. E. Dennis, Patrick Smith, Goo- given Crimea. the Intcrnil Improvement Fund of Florida. vd DitrHy Bands, TW m*. Insert. wear. Grenadiura, P.inted Sutra, Cred Mttin 4 and 6 quarter 1 5'trpoo all slaves owned orernI.y.4 d th .lt.

It is announced that if Napoleon's chi di 1 s The Company have 00 other debt to enburrass their lug sni Flonncm?, PWn. Printed, Silk Tisaoe% Crade de Fdu>, India Oil cloth IS:* floor and table stair Uto( tie'p1Leyth uiir,' t4iere4het f ilu
W. Jesse
Herring, Arerctt, Jr., John Miller, a son, the Emperor of Austria will be goJfa- finances. Embroidered and Henntifbed Lioea Silk, Beraj, Caat m and Nankeen Lutea tsv'l Cil cloth, plain and fi 'd of thi.i live cents oa every LuuJrtJ

Dr. & W. ParkhULTDr.; T. B. Lamar, Joseph the by proxy, and the Pope will come to The Trnstew of the Internal Improvcm Fond Caaibrio Hundkircbif-K Embroidrred Crape, White and Coord] Cballies, Oiled I Curtiio.gilt coiaices* Cortaia jIiere; ( '

B. Christie, Dr. II. N. Gardner Adam Gramb- Paris to baptize it.Washington's hare manifested their appredaHon of tie value of these Book Caps and Basquta. Org indies, Printed JPCUt eta, Embroidered bands and pius, xc.Crockeiy. 6-TJ. wn >H plea! ute cslrgeJ; and upoisli 11'uJ

Bonds bylnveslin $-1O.OOo of their fund in them Collars, Sloevea, &.c. Swiss, Chints, Brilliants. ; MS wid luu'.e! kept in j,the
ling, R. C. Williams, Dr. A. S. Cole, Dr. Edward birthday was duly celebrated For terms ant 1 any other information 09 the subject A very Inr e selection of the beet Fancy Linens, Printed Lawns, Fancy Real China Ware ecitts'on eves bundrra dollars value thereof.
bv Americans in Paris. which be desired,apply to Iron S or.e '
Bradford Jas. T. may stylus of Moulton. Maltese, Taleutciennes. Muslins aol Gingham Plaid, ;- ; 1ai AuctSeIee. ,atiZ'iZaei halfplrem
Ktlgorc, Richard Van China,' Plain Glass Ware F'rcithTnro
It is reported that Gen. Concha will be J. GEO. ANDERSON 4 CO. Real Halt suil Brussels Striped and Plain Jac uot Cambric.Swiss. \ *, opou tie gr.s amiint; .>f*a! a

Brant, Dr. Robert Butler, Gen. RoJert Butler, created Count, or Marquis of Havana. March 22, 186. 8t-13 [Sent. copy. Lace Collar and Belts, Ea lwh, Tarletoft. Knin-Hjok. Mull da Common Ware.Stono Vnue, 8-I7p n all I!*uk Ag nei s. buying rsgit.

J. W, Dabney, Richard Reagans, Robert Levy Stockholm is to be fortified liy land and JUST RECEIVED Scotch., Irish, and French :Enihroid- and Paris Muslin. In Ju Twilled .HardTrarcV cliiye: drawn upon any place lvoud' the limits of
cr.*d CoLlars and Sleeves.! White Long Cloth, Berlin Bouuet Curd, tii i Stt.i. a tax of ou* out up.m I-tory' handr*!Joi-
Avin Oliver, J. A. Rcnfro, Dr. Lucian sea. including the.Valley of Malaar. FROM and Blaok Grape CoCar*aad Se! v s.Veils. Fine Bobinet, Silk Thule au-1 Illustons. 40 dozen Pocket Koivw Kaive hire in snvjunt tn Iw-rglit ana every Luodrcd dollar

Daral, Green Chaires, Joseph Chaires F. L.Villepigue The trial of the ex-Minister of Denmark Crapes. Florence and Mhroe-.ind Forks. Carvers. Locks Hatc'iets. in amonut so soM.! for Mfld during the j eu next pn -

baa resulted in acquittal. The expenses will NEW ORLE.iNSPER W. R. PETT1S : lice Silka. Silk Roudb, American, and Bolts of all kinds..Aeg rs.Btts, .cliiiir the date! at nLkL the irtaiU4u fuuUx

,; A. P Amatcr, M. A?Long, J B. be paid by the State. T7XTRA Superfine Flour, Love Veils White Black and English and French Faucy Prints, Kile*. Chisels,Draw Knives,PUn..-. shall IK ruaik. .- .

Galbraith, Jas. T. Archer, U'm. H. Branch, Within the past few weeks large amounts Superfine Lace, do, SJk] Nett and Borage Futiieriu, Broad Axes, Chop AxtR. tax 'f tw.v per ctnt. upon tie grt-w amount of*ll turn-
M. D. R. II. of have Cared Hams. Gents Dress Goods.
l Ik.en
D. P. forwarded
Pajrr, Berry: Hague, W. specie across the a '4 M for do. Spring Balances,Waiten.Tea Trays Inii4Is; received fur Andciuriu! lieu year next pretfeliin -

D. Eloxnara, C. E. Dyke, Selim W. Myers, PrusM.iri frontier to the address of Stiegletz tF1 Clear Sid Baoon Shoulders, Fashionable Bonnets. White, Colored cad Plai.l Linen frac Halters arid Ktlth' thuiu*. ,: the d.i.e fu'etiiiriit. .

P. B. Brokaxr B. & ('0., Petersburg, Russian Court'B.ers., Ribbed -s Drills, French Do Skin and Black Vfajnl Rob Hooks. Sl)>o\ttls ao>l 10- :--Upon "ill White Mutu Inlnbltants. between tW
Maj. Cluires, A. L. Woodvard Count Nesselrode has had a voluminous Trimmed and nntriaimcd of Cloth Fancy CSAMIIXW. BDrap I'.iegs, Fenders. Fire Irwiv, W..IJWhetls nes of twvtity-cna and tixty years, ,a Pvil Ux Ueilullar.

1V.. Gwynn, Dr. Miles Nash, Jr., Crowu und While Su rar.In French Laoe. EujfJib Straw. Blood de Eli, superior French do.. Patent Sad Irona. Axle ( S
report prepaid sis io the present state of n.- -.h Potatoes ami OIUOLS. Lice, L'ice and ilnir. Colored Bluud Italian Cloth, Summer Cloths, tc Pullloa f.>r Window Sash Curd 1 1-TJpnh all Free Culored Males,between tLe ages
R. Heir, Jesse M. Robertson, E. B. Clark! fairs in Lila notlhwest} of I-inland and Hair, Straw sad Hair de sod
parlicnlerlj ALSO IS STORE Bt4gr Dry Good Cotton and Manilla Bop<>, Hone of t\vui ty f-rw ami fifty year a tnlof ten fallifsi *.

Jno..R.,Lloyd, F. II. Flag-, Gen. R.V.. Williams as to the rights offs'iing7hich Russian Ilallbutt Heads. Napes aT\ Fins,Ml-F5hToDjnea Jutland. Lee and Straw Hat*. Shoe N'fli! Cutton. Wool l and 12! -Op-Hi all Free!C 'W d Furualct. between tl.
Midtfei Curtaio Damvks llfd.Furuiture .
Trinimrd P.'hl Hats and Turkey
Cd. Hoastoaa end Donald Cameron. Laplanders have Acquired on Swedish and"Sounds, for sale at the Cheno Cwh St 're. r.Ioame-g. lufauu Lace *aJ Straw Prints, Furniture Dimitte -Uone Card, Curry Comics, Waffel 1aii.nQ-s cf ttvci.t" one and fifty years', a UTvf fi W dul-

coasts. The inquiry is supposed to be relative JOHN R. LLOTD. Irons, H-rum. btaLle Fw ks. Girln .
Embroidered SLirt Gram do.
Tnmmcd Hits.Ribbons. ,
WhiJi was adopted. On motioi of 1'J Slate fur nl
report March 22, 1856. 12 bee nud Hikes, Wrenches -Upon every ptioliclv"e'ibitited *;
G.-n. CanroSer.'s
to Swedish CorsetU Moreen. Iri h Linen Linn
R. C. Williams, Esq. the Chairman and Secretary : Treaty. Trim- Sr.ws. Hatchefa, I1avnrn,rs.Bract wlthjie the c. rporute limit /f tLu city, a tax of tur
Table Dimasl Damask Doj lies, ,
Great manifested in Russia in ad-
is md BItts .
energy Fresh irrivi1t;. =ing&c. Spirit Levels! Suck and
were added to the list of dL legate.The \Titicing railways. The relations between Lee Mocqueto Netts, eommoa doTidie Dies. Stc.3. 13h1 farleersseL"fli.. there >!ill tiletiel
PER-WM. R. PETHS-.TRDM NEW ORLEANS! A nine ,scortinpnt of Rich Bonnet Toilet Covers Table Stand
.. awl collected llio ) ,
-AI.SO- fi4)ingLic i *AT xft i
Meeting"was eloquently addressed lvDr. ; "lussiji and Prussia increase i 5i: corJialitj' and Sash Ribhom, of the and Piano Covers,Furniture Fringe, 5'
P7 BBLS. Superfine Flour, very 1 TJp( nnliriet iii-r! V>f prrittiouV or viooui Ix
IL N. Gardner, \V. 'D. D.Bloxhara Esq., and a 75 bbs Extra Family Flour, newest styles, a large collection of mid Laces.;Blay Linen, Bird Eye Fun Mills Com SLilhrs, Straw in quantities' th.iu one qvarl, m {a*ufvue LaaJr if
BAISBEIDGP ECUS" is tliC title of a new 5 Lerd l Oil fushioaabte Spring and Suxamer Durr! Ljoen and Cotton Towt-littr, Gutters, Iroa S Dr. L.' B. Lamar, after which, the meeting and executed Trimmings, -ao ra asaottaenttfTAS Biearaed Shirting1* and Shotting*. ana pads, ri.ul Kusia and Gar-
neatly paper established at Bain 20 Svrcp. 2-Lr[>on nil Bi'.lLird: Tables atod iwlin2-, AI'erej
adjourned. 25 Satin t'nI l Cap Ribbons, Cord IdiKn Sheetings, Pillov Case Cotton !en 'Wheel l Bj'mm.i. Seed TriHs. Ten
bridge, Decafur Co., Ga., by Wm. M. Rnsssll Whiskey and. El and Linen. Bleacb Jeans Scythe, Sickle, Grain Cradle, Hr pin AUvv tedinwnll/ sucahd.usudfur! LUP;
-Tawj tie' R-lt, Head .
TV W. BREYARD Chairman. 20 Uhds. SiJes and Shoulders, ; a ti>x of tvitroty-fire d !liif.) ,. ,
Esq. 25 bblj. Mess Pork Dresses, Ecabro d rin< Silk, Fmicb Anton. Checks, whi and Browr SraitU Bellows, AtjyiU and VicesR:4.s svtry dray or cart, used for Lire zt., atsjc'ofeighi ytr3i.rp4)u ft.
JAMES S. Jrtvns, Secrrtry. 6 Lard, working Cotton, Bonnet Liwus, UolKnd, Domestic Gioztiamt. Cot- : and SLot Oucs. ai>d a Lre ilot'ars. .

6 Tierces Sugar Cored Hams, French Plsw'rs, Jete, Wreaths, ten Flannels.! Brown Drill and Do- h ot ofVrrou ht and Cut Na.IIs! Koljw 4Up"nery fwo or foorlicrse used for

Democratic Meeting la Walton. -my 0 11 M 5 lUce? Tabs, Ac.Fana.. ntic, Beil Ticking, Twilled Baggiog Wars, &3. lure, n t-x of ten dollar. wagon, ,

At a meeting of the Democratic party of tA8: this is tbo season of the jear when Trorms are 6 HhJs Sugar. Para ol3, &.c. toge h .- with over WiUow Ware Xotions, 6-I'pon every lia k' orpubTs! eanpjr/e, roext 5 fcr,

For pale by R. H. BERRY. 500 Piece &t,4, hire, a tax >-LjLt dollar! lack sad ranis'
Wilton county, held at Wakeena, on tbe.22d most formidable tnron; clitldren the proprietors of A very pretty selection of Fans xcjt

day of Febranrv, A. D. 1S56, ALEXANDER i'Lane'e Vermifuge, Fleming Bros.Jof Pitt sbarg;, begs March 22, 186. 12 Parasols, Suo udts mod TJntbrellas. American and French Cottaoa ItrsCamletteew Shell Ivory and UOrnOuixibs, ge3 be!"usin; to public livery itaLleji.Upoj .
Plain and Striped Oa Brushes of all kinde.Buttons .Nee. c\ try paWis! Livery StaLle'aiax( of fill/
McRAE was called to the Chair, Ieare t> call the attc ilion of parents to it virtues Spring and Summer Goods. nabtrs and Domestic iicnDrills dies, Port Moai.-e, Paint Brushes, duliars. -.' ir--

and on motion, ALEXANDER L. McCAsiuu or the expelling "'f th5e ann'j-ng' and often fatal enemies 7 HE Subscrilwr, are now receiving thnr aopplv of Gloves, Hose, &c. and Duck, 4e, Fly Brushes, Cologne,Extract, and 7-'Jp n'ovM-y Ilawier and Pu-JItc ven.'

was chosen Sfrcretary. of cLil jr n*. It xras vented by a phjsiciaa of Spr' io cod Summer goods, contwtmp of Dry and Gents Kid Silk and Fancy Soap and Oils K-.ling. I'ina, wait-, and inerclianui, a tax i>f lxii hundrtd dolfrrs.'

The object of the meeting having ben es- great expericuce ia Virginia, \vho'after Laving used itjr 3oods. Hardware] Grwewies, Crorkry, China and Linen Gloyes i, Gauntlet, 8ik Mitts, Clothing. Steak Mallet, Ice Creaoi.Freezers, 8-Upon all ven-lens Lottery Ti -ket ,a tozTof
Glass also assortment Summer Ladies Black and Whit Silk Castors, Lemon five dt.Jiarb ami *11 "retailors' if vinov
Ware, an dothrag Hose Geutlemen' wnhmg to furnish Squet zcr*. Fancy ; : ipirittK-ca or
plained, on motion, the chair appointed the several years in his ova praet'ce, auj found its all of which they will sell at moderate prie**. lAdies Gents and CbUdrrm White enMelvM with snooaable Coats, Baskets. Pjintwd P.iil, KeeL.rs tKjii'-'rs'ps hfcircttnt. all kefffrs biilifcrJ taUcs.vr.

following gentlemen a committee, \iz : Neill success so universal, was inJucsd at Lst to offer it to G. .. Pant and Tests, en Miect from a Tubs, Well Buckets. C'LiUren*AVarjons bowling or ten p'n aile, &U keepers uf every dra* or

McPherson, Esq., Dr. D. %V. McCranie, Col.W. !. the public as a cheap but certain and excellent mediine. March 22. 1856. 12t Open Work do4 Ladies and stnck eontturJng over 700 Garment and G'igTb Chamber Stta. Ckrt. or (iwo or fir b trs fujji-n.. or back, cr publiocflrri.urk.

S. C. Yonge, Mcltae Wi'liamand Samuel Ii has since become justly popular throughout Gents Silk and Meriau SbirtR, La- all new soil of the latest sty W- (Owne: Bscrs, Cocoa 0ipp ra, Towel uae'JI f>r hire as afoceaaiJ-rsU keepers sfIiv-
McQnagge to nominate suitable Dry Goods.TUST din ppnn Silk Drawers, Black and Also Linen Bosom 3hirts, Uuderdo hinntb, Umbifclla stnrl..CLiUren* err st\6les. hawkers and pedlars;all vofders of Iblf

persons he United States as the most efficient Vennifnge ectT rcceired and now opening a assortment ofllantles. Fancy Cravats Stocks sod Tics. ., Drawer, Collars, <&c.Hats. Chaira. Tooth Brush**. Steel Pens. tickets, shall under penalty of dyullc the loxia Cis
for the consideration of the meeting, to represent taown. and the demand has been the in* [> ILAta Silver Thimble Li'are. before their several avoontions
skalilj on Lawn";. Mrelins. BvitJR! t4, Ghiham., t-nu Mid Silk Focl t HasJIccrehicfi. Gun Caps, Letter callings.'orbasiui
the Democratic party of this Country crease since it* first introduction tu tie. pbk.t Kid Gloves, Embroider! Laftes, and Foolscap Paper Travelliog s as Aforesaid may be pursued and upon the

in the Democratic State Convention, to be Purchasers will be careful to ask for D*.11'LANES SWIM and Cambric trimmings and fionnthg, iant1ea.Wo 110 Dozen Men's and Bov' JIat>. Ba s. Brittama Cotfee Pi-ts, Large pnyinent of the tuxes levied fls aforetaiJ.. .bt ia's Ii--.
held at Madison Court House on thor thud Fringe Trimming, kc, de. FacLianable S Ik. LegLosn, Pans Gilt Frame, pkiu? Giants! 1g cease so to do { o.a.1eudoqtto be courjtrrrg&ed"
CELEBRATED VEXlflFCGE, DnfftClDred bjtEan. have upwardajof 100 Beautiful ma Ea iJa. UUnw, Canadian, Boilr, ilnrlJe Pastry. Boards sad by the Treasurer,aaJ sulib rts'hfl-not **-.*H
Wednesday in,April next. -AlSO--- Mantillas Talmas and Scarfs Plaiiitnd ... I $T It V -- -
BROS of PiUfburg fa. All otb r Veriiifnsrcs. % :: -Ct? dI lihOWL'Otber tiie.llJibIt4na
On motion the Secretary v.-ss added to said :1aflztmia7t.4t ,s tax of five
WLsxe''iic doIlan
in comparison are wrrthjfwu Dr. lad on alt efrcu or'eqw'sriai
COfltTnitt4'a. iffue vernudi e. *ifcv uis OeieCfatca t._ "MsquiLo.ttiig, CUonath,, &c., &e. CNhlliu-on .
Toe committee retired and after short can now be bud at all respectable Drug Store Nontgunuine PIT sale by G. KEOINNIS3.. (iIE & 1tr: Itpartuunt leuexl Sand collected for* e a cb lax tthJbilw often dllay, ,lietna.shall'l.

absence returned, and reported that they had vrithmt the tiynatui eof 6TLEMING Nireh: !2, 1856. i-4t !latLoiize which musf first be oLtaiued rumn tiiqn ti.

Nominated the following persons as delegat s BROS. Grocer iec, Hardware, &c. IS at all times well supplied with Fresh aroeere,, whh we will sell at pric.s as low ** >,* Time w"l3 a1tv d.ut,of nud(heUb touutersigned! thtz by usde-.pica
to said State Convention, to wit : Isaac admit. We bav. now hi fttor*,a large Jut of Java and Rio Coffee, Powdered, Crushed, Loaf. & bercun msseesj. S
Welch, 'W. S.C. Yonge and Neil! McPherson, Sold at all of tbe Drug Stores in Tallahassee and Just receivedfromNeto York and New Orleans? Bmwa Ssgar. Black au
which nominations were confirmed by the by one Agent in every town in the Snth. S UPERFINE and Brtra Faintly Flow, Adaauatiae. Star end WaaCsndie;.Fanl-y and Commoo Soap, Pickled Balma, Sard be*. Shad. Camir be.eviej? inerebandja'unt coIleted, or sale in liii. city, there .h.Ii

March 22, 1856. i2-lw Brown, rwwderd and Crushed Sugar, NMII of aS kiads. Crackers. Walnut and Tomato Catsup, PeppW Sfiuee, Capers,Pkemhli,Mixed P.ckle*.En a a tax oone LunJ4 ,d.ler.
meeting. Rio and Java Cofte, jskftad Freaeb Mwtard, Dwlrew' Yeast Powder Pre rv -d Quinces and Tamarind*. Currant. Apple auMQoiuee fl4: iieenie ui to e1l sb111 rst be 4tined fr,, the.faitu1&iLet.as .

The committee offered the following Reso- Batter and Soda Oraektra J 0v. Coem Broma, Corn Starch, Chocolate, Pin A'ppl CKeef. Starch P.tash. White Beans afuree irider a .ineaao of

Jetiona ,consideration of the meeting : Tribute of Seipect- Cider and White "Win* Vinegar,. Dried Beef.'Bed Tcsgw White Wine Vinegar. Apple Vinegar, Rice. Fir Proof Paint, Chrome Green Oo- Stc. 4.1 dff a d-nble tax t be iwp.aguermtviat

WBEEEAS: In'the opinion of this meeting, at Wstas it has pleased the Almighty Raler of the Starch, Soap aad D.iee, jalVaroiafa,Wbit Lead Patty, Boiled Linseed Oil, Best Sperm AH,, Lard d>., Ca&ipfaeae mud Buruiu Fluda L rqrtri .Qrd4iyat ,yery.

no period since the organization of this Fed Universe tor novefrom our rnid t, (by death,) our Rough and Ready and Fi? Tobacco, Powder anJ Shot, Snuff; Sarsaparilla, Raspberry and Lemon Svrup Si Bart'* But Syrup, New Orleans city, and every flf JJ'irsuins such occunha -" .-
let psfore pursnwfc
Brwlher, JAMES L. HOUCK. wbo died 'm the Anderaoos Fine cut chewing do, Peacfas, WaorUobevrric*. Baekh! rri Tematoes, Hone Rad b. SvperUr Ci an, CLoice Chewing and profession witWu \ Dentwt.,
Government has a crisis arisen,reqoiring Superfiae Black mad Green Teas, Smoking Tobaefw, Se, At, *e. a tax of tea dollars anJ.Vmjt of;this City sbaU | Jeodant
roorninjr of the let of ilarch,-1856, upcd 25 years,
greater vigilance and energy, on the 8 month* and 11 days. Toe Deceased bore hit afflictions South Florida Arrow Root, With naasy tbanka to tfaa Pobllc foe their kind sad liberal patronag, we earnestly solicit aa' exasa'nntlwnof : and upon feilure ofll I'*?"1 .""10.111

part of the friends of the constitution of the wftb-patience and fortitude, until hi* time Gektioe Flavoring extracts ic, our preseat stock. .. ,.. r pay' double the \\i above a.aeaiid.. $ to do..

United States than that which is now do.v1oping was near at band to,bid adieu tn all earthly tiipg* Pickles dried Apples 4c, TilViaatrr. March tZ, 1S58. 12 HODGKISS.SCOTT& POOLE. Sia-B.-Bff itfutlfefOr&nnti Tliat a;,JL
Fluid. or parts of Ordiaawe oouflic'tmg with the t;
Then with firmness and reliance on hi*Saridur Buroiaf ._
itself the people of this Union great '
ip ; ALSOA and meaning of this Ordinance, be and ti,. aa .?
Am WHEREAS, tbe Democrat party, said be was going to Heaven, and he thus passed GEt1 ASD FLORIDA.DK. Notice to the Public. hereby repealed. -'
from the chamber of sickness to the blissful abode laree mararbnent af Plsfitera sLed f : -
standing upon a platform composed of the of Chnst's cliildren. He has gone from tb. converse Loag'Haadkd Sbovala,Nails, OTICE i is hereby given, to forwam all pert Passed the Council an3" apprortd'ta> tventj.xtk..
two great propositions- 1st the, perfect c.qnalityofeveryjcitiren of dimple mortals to tbe pretence of ft Oracioua Spades, ete I Rakea and ate l Forks, T. J. CUB LEE. r from tradiug for: a certain procaisory note made day February.. 606. S
.by A.H.WiJ, of Station Oeo. for $iOS 47-100 'P. EPP S. Intalant
wIthout from tumultuous eoateattoua Dentist -
this Saviour GHZ Practicing
oi republic, a Stub sad twist shot '
and IOVB..Itttolvd. dollars, dst.d September 3, I860,and doe March 3, Attwf-CHlxixa HCTCHISBOX Clerk.
World endless rest
reflerence to hrs-place of birth, to en to That in pece.the decease of ar Brother. the -ALSO- ETHOMASVILLE, GA, and MOimCSLLO tct56. piyaWe to the Jc-rTvrMm Southern Rights man March 1. 1P6& 4t-9 3

joy the civil and religions, as well as political Masonic Fraternity bas last soother'oce of her member .An assortment of Heavy Iltlkrw wire, and their respective sad .ifactunnEr CorDpsDy, or benrer. The said note was -

privileges offherConntry, and-2d the But'we trust (that our lost is bU eternal gain. Wooden Ware, c, &e. ,adjacent cowntk He Inserts any numker of ArtJfiuJ t"len from tse!: C"nipr.r.v, by one Thomas S. Bunt Notice.ALL .

rights of the southern'States to the protection Retolved. That We do ttncerely condole with the For mslii by a. &a. MEG IN'iSS. ; Teeth, from ONE tom FULL sect, on the latest late a clerk in their' employment A. reward, of$20 j P rsonsharmg claims. .r demands ajfaioat: .
jtMCbfllli& 1t-4t improved principle, giving them that,bewotifal life will be paid fui his apprehension.and delivery to th estate.of Cornelina
of lieir in tbe Slates and Territories" beN ared Parents of the deceased, and as a token, deceased.J te ef,
property, like appearance' wtecb approaches Nature so nearly SlxrijTi'f JisT'iaou LttiuAy. Florida. 3adsden tified
are .tjbeiji
our sincerity, we will wear the usual badge of mourn- i eonnty, hereby,D to proe$ ,
of the United States, presents itself for the of tbirt/ days. WILLIAM s. D1LWOTI, M to coaJknge detection by the closest .bserver.p4reoBs After appropriating all the funds of the Company to: the Dfldermyoed admintstratoni, duly Autheoiiented

as the only conservative nationally party log Jie .'lved space, That thc e res latioM be pnblisWd in Attorney aad CcBasellor at Law necdlbf; Dentil operations on their NATURAL tat CTflip pitA til* lian l.. dijchsrged himself the within the time prescribed by law,orlhjs"nofic wi]]; .. .
Teeth, and wish him to perform them, can by fIrst day l liuitaiid left balance of cash be in *
fn the United States: therefore, lb. Flontian, and a copy be seat to each one of the : r>Ffhrosry a plead bar of their recovery Aa$ dl Btrsons
and Committee. MONTICELLO. f LORIPA.L apply h BOOS, Lava them done at the following prices to his debit Be fa company with hi* son, (ran,'away indebted said estate are reqneets4 to mat, i.yaint('
1. Resolved, That any every attempt which will to famd to b MUCH lower than baa ever *
D. W. "BAKSTES. ) ram on Thesdny nigbr the 19 ult, and left immediately. 1' r :
hj any party or organization of men, to abrogate WM. J.FELKELL } Coin."l practice b the Courts of Lbs Middle CT r- been offered in this section of country befor*. to-wit: his Hotel keeper to whistle for theu'rjoa/ THey were WM.a OUNN. ), -

the inalienable rights contained in the B.W. FISBIEE, ). V V cult, and Tlweaa and Lowwfca County, ru. For fillip trrtkwidi Odd Foil, 81 00.tl M, |2 00 in uch Kfli f vor that thy supplied themselves : JOHN O.SMITH. CA( .
that and $2 K> vwyinr aecordin tb sin of cavity and with genteel outfit from ur merchants, and IeR them QmncT.. Marco .5
first proposition, as an attempt to violate Centrevfll-Fla, March limb, 1856.. .Marcbtt.CT7TL 1-ly 15,1858. 11.8S
amount of material used; Extraetiag teeth, ia amex, with the bu' to hold. Tue elder is alwut 60 years

portion of the constitution which declares that only *0 ecata-tmi of oiEce. f 1.H Id. five feel, ton"IT eleven inches hJ 'b.dark evt-s and Book-Binding1' S ,, S
*' test shall be required as a qualiScationi FLORIDAINSTITUTE. $ Toll lower .ett of teeth onLLTZ. .
no religions aic ir a wpperov lurk haIr mixed with gnytwKL a downcast vilknous
March the first, in Leon Omm'y, Florid* ) flAVING ( ;
DIED- procured ih l :
< CONnKUOUS GUMS if ia 0 .
for zuy' x ffioe/ and.that rno law ? (with necessary,) look teeth decayed in front. ii. S

: shall ever be pafssed/jeBpecting the establishment after a lingering illness, IRENE, wife of Saaud Elliot. W. f. PEYT0K, A. H.ST ., FreI4et, only t A per tooth,Bad perfect aatiabetion fnarauteeda The younger Hunt about 18 or 20 years of age to that are'now fJtrtownt prepared on reasonable to do all,tsnna.business perainin.-

thereof" .t. every Hwtanca ? and a very pood looking yoong fellow, smooth 'facem.i : S ?; >
of/religion or Hhe.Tree'exercise. COM'KTBUT icmvcroe.) his services ia portion of the t MsDOUOAllTAHOBBt:
( USISTID Thou desiring
The Boston and Mobile paper* plena copy. any dark hair. They rraded some 8 or 10 months in.ewport **
which w Intended toec re toevery citizen of 11 abort named eowtiee, or any other aeotwn of country Flaj Th i.obd ft n<3w palmed himsflfcn S t S.

the Union, UM most free and full exercise of mitE next term of this taxation opene on tte first en trp0a applioaioa by letter te either of tbe above' Judge Randall and blew op his tar work near New $25
Tallahassee Female Academy, JL and c1o. the last his natural rights to worship- God according of Jane. proca} _port He WM recom mended to Col. Jt>hntheap PinIisin.I1. .
and isat bare secured for a time, the .services of W. totire ae.iaaia 10 SDoatba, Anfoat aod September, j .'. Pretident '4.the'C.'mrn'n'i. and ) .
lo the dictates' War conscience .
of ,own 4- _nJ .i. aI --- --- 'iui'4.
Constitntlcn WE W. GUILDERS. A, M, ybo.irni be ready to are the vacation noeU aaraaooxa: as an inducement to get emgloymen .The ; ; fret Ig cOJSL
war Tvito the.Lrnejrinciplesof.thb prtzeeaiitothehi! grad.and *
commence on the let day of April next. Mr. Qbilden TbeCcnegiata bare Mat for thennTn.e
and be resisted.' win liTooWj with tg iwttroboain Joaai CaLl. Maeon.pawown Qu' gone tss rajaid h, -
oagHt to hat furnished with -d
well recommended and 19 a compare '
come the Idizit SOUfltT
J"Jauau Be* J. L. gwaa.D, ) Of 6hting I.r
elasss.th" baa wife at
2. Radioed! 'i1iatte'number! of faithful number mghlv .respectable references., Refer to the Booth.Jwent are.et three of.Pbikphkl Apparatna, Jvnc Lon 14 TbIT1. Ge. JOBNM.PALMER a Ee e r.d,1I" '.
Stalot. A new the county. ,, I .
and patriotic-men who formerly members -. mvself.;Hon. T.VVBrevrd, and hi* rxeelkTiey JaiwCTBroome. and J.12n1EN, Agentkffepoos.R )iO !rcTIipplied ju 4. O
*. A. tONOlPret't ,fArs. Ae, bare lately been purchased. eanriot $57 bow : wilt ,
of the Whig party, and no\V co-operating ., JJaarS ci I riteCL The preparatory department ooe of fbi best pri.mary W. S. Esq, 1l !*rcb8,1U& IGLtAinttrator's = wbeu be ,
with of cbouls in the'State. 0. G.FtrZ.E.q. .
theJeroocraeyibr tha preservation 12 u M
&e demonstrates Maieh !88. This; -College is now organiifld an $ pemniecntba Messrs.W,A J.Bros, f Notice. S
constitution and the Union
in Florida' can tburwgHf'*dnste CoIBLacz2v; (, j Estate cfjcj New Port 3TchT8jt '
claims tba
sis and against .5
&e parental A LL ( bavmg 1' '
great Lnportanca-of-the<;anee which they Wanted LiWantedJ._ their children.t Isnne. Aeatalogneis j W.blished 3arnai.ry.121811. S Rherrod peTs McCall, late ofGadsden Cowty.de* '

Ire aiding to sastain/iina1 we desire Id tender uTlmse. iniefy .BTEORO MEN, from 1 8 to sad those wishin? fartbef' iaTmtIoGWifl'pIcU&Id. BOOKS 35OOKSM, BOOKS! erased, are hereby notified to preserfr them to the urn : '

to them the right hand- of'felliwfiLip, and a 'T 2yeaiMmgefor-bicb the. bibestpiiee in dreaa tba,ftwidnit for aeupy. 'TUSTreeeived' from New orkth. dersifned within the time prescribed hv law, -or this und 4ed are now sw ii't ,l' -.

cordial support in their patriotic efforts. C3I E41,be p.L; pjy B. 8. KNIGHT. ,Ta1IabnseF1a.MlfltBS' 8t H O new -.Booka: The Old notice will be plead in bur of tb ir reeorery. and all JL thoa an(| teat of lear,Flank $ ,. 1iavJ '

3. Resolved That we jflpst i ordlally appfove March 22.J85 _, I* *. Florida 'Sentinel Tanrpa Jenioaular. geTbf ;rw HomrtSad.1UOWing" V Mr, ,.aStepbena, pew** indebted,to the estate are requested to asks ngItoyiasbou14eend.theai.io '
Advertiser.'Messenger .
: fi
News, AThp nsvmeat to'g bI filled and the Jumbo*
jbonviUe that
the Gulf- znmedi&te they.can Fsjawav-il
of the principles and-policy of the-pres- DK. N. G, ,S: iDONALcMONICLT.QTL' 3tdisn' and PenaaeoJa,'Democrat' will aoJ b.rformer1Ol H "FaAfoo' 'and 4 TBOMASMUNBOE. All kind of1aWbor.fplaDtsbo5pIa'1ieseeisw.4 atshoft -'
tfltab'e chief of Ibe United Slates bilto' to This offica. work .zbz'bitJ,uuqwttiooable power, command otlansnage de bonus .. '
magistrate ,. ., Witiu* aad forward desdpt1oistroigpaasbun.and dram Administrator nep.t notice.; : ,A.JL,COMBS fc.cOICarehl.ltH. -'
Which are clearly manifested fa liiUnangoralridrcss : vigorous .Qnincy, Feb. 2*, 1851.' 1-3w- .
the ,
alt --- Season norel under
attend with ftsadabus car*, Given anoibrce.: My Fin* new _
the Nebnuia-Kaota! bill and ui< WILL -; Notlce.is hereby jtlswrhteii wi b .5 -
to'him. .. .4 enlgeofaoautobfcgTaphy. i ; grace a .
f > To Iion Co ttcmr Plant
1 annual tb the Congreir of :the" OflMe ftdjoromg that WCol 'Dilworth.March TORw4AgNINi3; *Vf:' J v tzsicg far aI' and bfauty,' patklei.with. iaarinatioa *at w wtejO: Flows! Plows era.' -

United States message his devotion to .the 22, 1856. 12-lj 'note ofliaod ffraFuUn., W. J.n loM by ed jrucghout-by orfgnalrry? of tbor-w and .\ jAltGEIot.JobsMowe'.P1ow1o.1sadL i >TT7have for sale,a Caw a ka.f Fr** Ra Itlaml .
patriotic the uaJ erstewd, for tbe sun (rf;*eenty-ftv$ :doll rs, sion. Tavciuno' from 'tb. -pen ol Madam GeOS :t laThig frorn for w'e' by TVr, Cotton Seed, die frooCarijr lii.Cotton .

Constitution and his consequent itiaintain-, 4 NOTICE.BOSEisT'O &od du4sbt the fi xst day ofjanuary 1.t 't am HandC !5"Jlose Clark.",Fanny Fern's Le7with _novel,tcgeth _: 'McN'voaT. a qRop4 Ginned from thTM.S4&T.>otJthu.8xtason ; 9imtoui ; .

ace of the rights crTthe sonjQuf : 'biiva tfilf 'IDajoerwan IA a* tined not to ? 7-aaid. -WTiftaesatoirjalled t* Vj' :' Buth Hall4FerndLeaTes," tod Life tadttjfffias&a'sffssftftrt Port,!J .lJ,18rt., at 48 toeent 'Wrpann A ,
Rudted Thafctho rotMi .
JL op.ortunitymS the
egen present er-
*.takn, <3befter'a law a been .
leT leraf the money has Sale. 'Mareb. 1, i8e, r jt .
Democrats of the North-wnoj notwiTh. the! i detcd expeeti ttJeTaULuee2n *-. priall of theremegiuiung t Tor t .4- : .1'i"

standing the fierce and nnsewpnJooi; opposi-, a few weeks, not intending to twic a i ..fUIIiirob'1L186 te1rt.eitii*and to claims efl&tbe -s *P5Ie0 'BUSHELS of iure Bea Island OntfpiiBeed .- i '.

lion 1 of abolitionism, KnoNoL'iz-and' next WLCall thros .yerDrB&Ts rng S 'I:!: emlelliebed with ateel eagravinga, begin.niogIh 100 .S-aETIGHT. N.f i?.': 'I
b1k] wiiha deon Store I *r WILJJfM'KTJHJf, __ othptte Iu1IecsegiilrnthMughlb. ''V' ; :: l:, gESn J 5 tssieds fr1'11.V(
: republicanisnv&Mre ; patnotic ., ',7. T-- L the rl '
:Mar b 22, 185G. tri .tt:1ading per ftCauc aiqlJprtaw by
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to u1 ECtte. t -
the Constitution anrffirmly
steadily : j'ofU* Just BeceVrcd.5' /: .. TktXS'skriaTTTira
4trrqIEe greasteeugtbndtbiityic -
4ke'outhhfl14Jephcld l o Cuba. : T>T virtoe of a order cftbeJudgs of P J.te&r and ; Snbribersto elioV tr Tolafoe./ : & ; .;
is Ptby i ,,
'IOrW& CLCoiii, Cioov I *H1 aell at taOq before S S r- ,14 .r
and sostaincd ibI1 Steamer df : a'rei'& garazIn.jr ioThitetL1 i.piTb -u, i'1 GBtluww. s.25 -
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viui at gonThth in4., It-rEIl* TTiMM doer Tillaljasaee; o Maadar_ or- ?17.
the, ji j ,
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*uI1 ? .,jzjffe* iieit lbe 11qwog,dec 'L.4k
red to 3cb'.paup7Ii t1t .aprit ;
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Icsolved; mt.w 4 Jtafixed.wHb : tie Aniilv tO L4 4McIOVLLLIt
Y 0i L
jiate lying $ : : j 1'S
ff oA axwejOur prestst >f 1f.ofltiw4.w4a14' I r'-'i ,, !._ Notice r4i-'
mt Kepreaentative I*Congress, will not gad ndrM -. .. J r, &. ;: w1''sljar of4sIrdatewelfW
.. 'Pia, 1'ine .
.; allow! h oftine-u ie eedhR cjwdKralB Jot *? 1! n"coei44J y.t4brI1q; io,tba' Son.Jndga jof.Probates* 'S :' -. 4
pihi- 1 #4 teia2t80gbt,4yad ailto'OointytTor a final set Ueajes*.of iJw' '-' .-
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u3bc tthIttb e iol&b A1i1Tgeda EXteotora of said tatJ

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> ; 'most':: "J AHiElC .CORHJLUU For fmairnf tcricgAit JciI'; Coffsve.eisg;
.- CELEBRATEDVEEMIFTiaE: ., t A !D" iiM".D.VID l'wmoN'S 1 l.rg .nd 'DO CERTIFY In'. theycar 1854.1 Visited. ?A A for sal Wt.1uS'S .., Tbe* Ddver3VsVE31Vf;Bitters Syiup., .

: .well selected stock of:goods purchased by hint>, 'Dr.w;1sIoeel s Infirmary Griffin Ga, for thepurpose Jt'AfiTJFA'cf ORER/ef Oon- ";1an4She>i Yi, JI11aba.MILLS. t beeri fli.om.tun.* io nsa'throngh}' ;this r.giin E3VeftA.. .'.. .

/ ce1 C concisUng not only of the realities of life but also ofobtViuut; *?lif off a very painful and ditressinsrCAScraof *- .1V Waie,'add dealer W all 4fr ttnat&iMcy 10d lower pttpt 0eavglsand .t". perfct .ttaeU IBM* or.XJQCO* C.)*JIUC1'.wrnD. IJ N
those article well adapted WpTeas all,not.only in the net'Mad eye. My nose was Tifi'TVareX:tak-i 'pteafUrt m informing the tiof'T.traba tlien \ a40 bA.IthTiI.: 10 cxa&yxsa4.LLaI.. .
AoJlD quality mxl styles, but i in priM This ttoek is not only alt!!entirely gone Wore'I Visited the'Doctor. besides and the tnrroondibg wuntrr,that be la daywltfe..t ,
; th ordinary Pf V31
\ ih the | pn.power.ap $3 a ,
IiOlBR PIIAS. but selected the Florida all that trish to ,
r large, particularly for markets a very deep ulceration on ray cheek add about my now; prepared to waifon patrontae. Tho maker furnishes hand toput tit dpi ACT jrii Ba W.tn.JDI
to it. a wovertinft .
which he feels assured be will be at.te.to sell ai eye! Tarn happy and pron'dto say that Dr. Moaiy him in his line f business: He al. tenders hi*thank plied 'satUfactioo. ..

_________ but also to thotewbo have been dealing with 'him expose myself to very extreme cold! bad weather, I liberal patronage'with which he has heretofore been Call 1& gaDaL'T

f<>r years. All those wishing to purchase we would do believe that I' wouli have :had no return of th* favored, and be hopes thata, continuation of the same April .21, 18-55. ___ onlrwmla, (MOCMnrj foe;t "

They are not recommended a n.eto call and see'the* 'splendid. disease. 'I visited the Doctor a second time and he wiHbe'ranted flim. JHe ; ', NOTICE. Wine of WhIskey. barrel Tbf1.t4Desith.W i JI
Glue Chene Satin Plaid andltrip relieved m*again;.and so far as the various reports will constantly keep on band full supply-of all I they.CIW, fcr-UM JMITMM 'tittl f V* ..

as Universal Solid and Plaid Brocades about the Doctor' injuring or failing to relieve me, sort of Ware triually kept in eatablishroent of his Co-partnership beretoibr existing nadir the can be found bsoyofth.tata.vIAmasL.--

Gro de Rhines and Black Silks, of all price and they are positively falsej .Ar: regard*. Dr.Moeeley's line of'business. A full assortmeat of Sheet Iron, THE ,eAnd slvle ofB ARN ARD A MAXWELL! Perscos'without aha il tU.t ino1r'--lf\Wa L.-

I Cure-alls, but simply for* qualities, halt hi the Treatment of Caneirt;!know of. no Physician Sheet ad.UAd PJpei; Sheet23no;; Cistera Pntupa, this day dissolved by mutual consent All persona lotm areledLactose which impfiptibfy.fato U iteii ri rpr e s; .;'pf >a.j.|.
bl eompbttUd
Black! and colored Velvets, in the world that I would sooner rely on than and a great many other article too numerous to.men havinir demand, will pleas present th.,lame; and .B*
'what their name Solid and plaid Caohrnerrs and Merinoes, him. As a SURGEONand PHYSICIAN equal tion. all indebted will please call at the old stand and settle This stthebooksthreN4.4tSt.Ubflestrcet work J.to M fatad SM-.CamP.,

pur Solid plaid and.floored Deiainrs to any in the Southern States; and I."am happy to TO BUILDERS. the urn as early as posnible to dote np the coo- and ,
Embroidered, plaid and black Alpaccaa ray that I found him to be a perfect gentleman and Tin Roofing,Gatterieg.Copper aDd Tio Conducting cern. BL BARN ARD,Ja. I,I it* the St.Cbarto Hotel be sent lSprespy.amount aail ..:5
ports. twodanc&i b
Black Bombntines, Philanthropist, and advise all persons afflicted withOancer Pipe &. all of which be promises to do in the most GTROPMAXWETaflaIsas.eeJan.l,185e. f
The VERMIFUGE for Spanish and Mohair Debaiges, to visit the DOCTOR as soon as possible and work-roan-like manner and style, and of the beet ma tad the wcrks.nt per tnrntaaiVparehaserim>s s,:
Ladies:! black and colored Italian cloak cloths have their health restored. RANSOM COOPER. terial, on shortest notice and most reasonable terms close 20 cents ill stxrap"pro pay Ad',.-. tt?

Worms from Black! and colored and silk Talmas, Rome, August BOth 1855. Having been engaged for the last eight yean in Notice to Contractors.Omot Book. Address YWAiTD.oa. MlIihN.w'OrIsaAs'I.t; ,; .si
expelling ,
Engli-ib plushed Talmas. tr Mr. Ransom Cooper signed the above in my business at this place he thinks it unnecessary to recommend or STAT EKonrrra BcxHAvrrrA, 1OaAHOX ; -. .

the human has Dotted and embroidered lace Y.flj prefteuee.THOMAS PERRY, Poll. MfUt r. himself any further to the public as regards MILL P.O, ST.JOHJTS Jbvn,. VACQTOT20TH r The gr t.T value this,work.,_ jbfM.& .
Solid plaid and figured Rome 80th 1855.
system, Bareges August his capabilities as a mechanic but at the same time)he 1855. ) iu adoption text book
B'ack anl colored ciently pond by M a by tW.rarioos ,
Shalleys, assures all that favor him with a call} good work and 'received at this of the
also been administered PROPOSALS will b* liquor manuractUTers ofy of New YArfc
Welch Silk and Flannels
gnaze Awful Case or Cancer Cured.Tm. ee. SEALED .
cheap pri
the 20th day rf August,1856,for constructing RECOMMEND 07 THE.
Red flMil yellow Flannels. : S 1:10118 PREB rTbU
is to certify that Col S.H. Harris of Crawford Having removed from the old stand formerly known .
with the most satisfactory Opera Flannels of all colors. county, came to me in tha year 1851.with'a Cancer as White& Slower,be will be found at Lie stand corner -! Lift a Canal Locks with Guard it.e Lock.necessary Basins Ac, from work will.be foupd to supply, the.dealer Ia'B.
English and Erencli embroidered bands, of 200 foot where he will be glad to wait i 8S vine,vinegar teM with a UwroqgQ Iftcbtt aid
on his chin, of fourteen years standing,the chin- the St.Johns to Indian River: a distance quota
.results various animals Lace and linen C. Handkerchiefs SEnb'd Harney on ,
to Handkerchief bone and salival glands had all become. very much on all his M.nds.THOMAS WHITE. thirteen miles 3.4lOfeet ; authorized by the guide amid all the vari J.and intricate"proctatcM' of
and Undersleeves
ColLirs. r 48 this bwinesfc JV.O.Picaywtt. :.
diseased and his constitution nearly ruined. Mr.Harris Dee. 1,1855. of the State of Florida. at its sea-
EmbmiJered Chemoisette and Collarettes, General Assembly,
subject to Worms. I It were a pork supererogation to praises lo ,
bad been under the treatment of eminent *
many Act entitled An Act provide
Blue brown and Veil aba of 1854-5,by
green I and them the Dr. A of MODS. Lacour" writing. TbeVvroni. beW ie"
physician, was great Shepard of Internal Improvements
Black tare M for and a System .
V. Veils JLU encourage
The LIVER PILLS for of Charleston, and also the celebrated Dr. Mar 3 Shoulders remarkable fur its' eotngUteoes* and the raeti pmti:
t11 State.
in ,
Thread Cotton and Linen Laces 8.
Plain Hams
2 cal directions which it Kivesl Old manoCactorra
shall of Mftcon. who trl'atedtis twice without wj il)
Cambric and Swiss edgings and Inserting, bbl. Mesa In store and for sale by,' Proposals will specify the amount for which the '
the cure of LIVER COMPLAINT Bobinet and Mantilla Laces removing the disease. He finally went to Dr. Marshall 10 HOPKINS t MEGINNISS.Deo. work will be done, the code and manner in whichpayments find all of tb* .. of the old formulaa wotild .*-.
as he informed me the third time, and be refused to be made;whethflr lands or moneys appear f
all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS Colored Merinoes, to do anything more for him. Soon after that time J, 185& 48Bouneli are of each. Maps Profiles and estimates an folly in the pr'"f the new onea'sogj tsUd top
Curtain and Dress Calicoes or portions
this wosk. 'one of UK brincipal
objects tob'
Kmbroidered Lace Curtains Mr.Harris heard of the many wonderful cures that I Bonnets.T be seen at this office, and any information obtained by appears
SICK HEADACHE had made, and visited me at Griffin as a last resort 'the undersigned at "Orange MM Post Of, to-avoid as far a* posmbU, ..tN.UIe apparabt *r
White,black and slate hosiery, .I I commenced treating his case, and in six weeks the ADIES colored straw Bonnets. addressing John's River Florida. Proposal will also Expensive (to the operator)appliaoc** of say kind LIthe
White and black silk JJ flee, St. ,
hosiery Ladies colored straw trimmed Bounds, niAoufactureof fiqw>rs, --N JVri TimttiThis
Cancer all removed and the healed
was .nearly overUse
Rail Boad '
for constructing a
&C.Purchasers. Ladies and Gents black and col'd Kid Gloves, plain. UU i be received 'volume eootahM'th art of f ?
This case was seen and witnessed by more than five ? L- preparing-* pet
Misses colored Kid Gloves same grotnd. .- PA PX
black ; ; v the whole list oJriobbz.e.from
hundred I have the Cancer in ting up a eboietfjpjt'of
persons. now my possession State Engineer, State of FJonJa.Acgat
will pleasebe Lnclu-s and Gents buck and Kid Gauntlets, a white satin and silk Otard of tk, of 1 to ,
,and any person can see it bj calling at my .f-- 1U 5-lj Dupuy a simp!*
October 41 81,
13, 1855. a *
black" extrasite .
) of
fice, in in Gnmn. This case was witnessed by end ecooomlCa manner making eider witl'

particular to ask for THOMAS JONES, of Griffin. Children and. Mies straw S M Leon' County Iron Works, pits, by fermenUtion. A friend has applied,the recipe **
a U
Notice. Dr. J. D. MARTIN, 'I Hat. for 3pverting2S; gallon whiskey into 40 far)*
i Dr. C. McLane's Celebrated months after the first publication of this notice, E. W. WILSON. a For sale by DAVID 0. WIL90N. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Ions with the most :ais&ftory resulta The tattr

SIX undersigned administrators of the estate ofLewis' CRENSHAW, October IS, 1865. 41 Establishment is-now ia full operatioa AH quality does not posMSM equal amount tfiat.zlss-'.

VERMIFUGE and H. Branch deceased will present their accounts I do certify, that myself, and many others, of this THIS will be attended to with promptness,and ting properties to the former though the 40 galta

and vouchers to the Judge of Probates of Leon County place, were eye witnesses to the above stated case, Notice. all work done with neatness and dispatch.All was of a mach facr eoUr, taste and odun wVw TtrKMechanic -

LIVER PILLS prepared by aiH) ak to be discharged from their administration and that Mr. Harris left perfectly well. months after dale the undersigned Executor of kinds of work, such as Steam Work,Mill Work, "
A. H. SIX Circular Saw This mteh talked of look is at kaad. It cootaiM
( f said estate. HA TI OY. Estate of John S.Shepard.lat of Leon County Gin Gearing Sugar Mill, Machinery amass
JOSEPH BRANCH. ) Adm'rs. Griffin, May, 14, 1852. l* deceased* will present his accounts and Toncbers Shafting, Pulley., Hangers. Plough Castings Brass ofinformatioo th*.t u perfectly astonvhiof, aad

8H'u1 ;)... JAMES H. BRANCH J to the Judge of Probate for said County,aDd asked to Castings. Ac.; also, Sugar Kettles, of any site kept could oat, havejbeeq a in such establish If WLlb to ue ingetsuity applied,look D of.Lacour .
Dec 29,1855. 96mNotice. To the Afflicted {of all Conditions. be : constantly on hand. All work don IOU a top
discharged.SODERTH. GAMBLE. ment will be don by us, with a particular regard to 00 Liquor. Pratticabl1ity appears to han e.
I do certify that I was most horribly afflicted witha the of the author. ,.0-
SOLE PROPRIETORS Pitts- Executor. the strength and dm ability of the work. design No.deJa" are
Cancer on lip, which caused m* pain in I
my upper ascertain the results of of
Workmen always in readiness to put up an: application A resips.-,
Pa. and take ; IX months after date we will present cur accounts describable. After trying the skill of.all the most September 29, 1866. SINew Competent.tc. W* speak from actual bbserrstioa! -Phif.'Strn,

burgh, no U and) voucher, to the Hon. Judge of Probate of eminent Physicians that I could hear of, and that i 1 Engines.Terms will be liberal, and all work don strictly for This work will rstolntioaM UM present siyl. *(

Hamilton County, for a final settlement pf the estate without relief, I gave up my ease as hopeless and as Goods. : cash orders on some business firm in thisplace. manufacturing Ikinorr/v-Nrw Yurie H>r.liIACOUT'S .
other, as there are various of David Moat, late of said county, deceased, and ask I thought with death staring me In the(. But fortunately HAVE received my surJplj l of Fall and Winter or Liberal accepted prices paid for old Iron, Copper and book ittr tnMmctiag in the art ,rand nakia

to be discharged as administrators. for me, I beard of Dr W. R. Moeeley's great I Goods (by late arrivals from New York,Baltimore Brass. bottling ,e&rve&w'..taoperaseV b'.verac.i.

other preparations now EDWIN F. WREDE.ELIZABETH success in the treatment of this disease, and aa a last and New Orleans,) and offer them to the public on as All letters most be addressed (post paid) to quon, wines and purajioegir tat UietabU shomld Win

MOAT, resort I placed myself under his treatment,' and in one good terms as any house in the city. In the stock is J. M. SHINE TallabasM, Fla the hands of every 1wus k cp r ia the couatry.

before the public, pur- Administrators.March month from the time he commened, I was perfectly embraced every variety of Dry Goods Groceries, March 11, IS" 10 The copyright ibrbidafor wi would give ow readers'
I, 1856. 9-&m sound, aud have been so ever since. I have of UM '
Hardware. Crockery, *e, &. For the Ladies. this morning some most valuable rMlp that
porting to be Vermifuge ELIZABETH JINK a beautiful assortment of Embroideries Laces in Setts, MILES NASH & CO. ever appeared io prrnt' Hew so much nfonaatioa cad
Town Property for Sale. Butts County, Ga, May 27, 184& Mantles Cloth Talmas and Cloaks and a few of th be given for two dollars ia UM most astonishing leshr.eonofd.ed .

t and Liver Pills. All undersigned offers at private 'sale the follow- most splendid Silks ever brought to this market Dealers in Drugs, Medicines &c. with the bockv JWw York 2 t.aIiicora

THE described property, known as the Jravis Lots, Horrible Case of Cnnccf Cured, Planters are invited to look at.ray Kerseys Blankets WOULD inform their fri and the public that ox LtQComTbJa' is UM most omplat

others in comparison viz: Lots Nos. 3, 25. 7. 30,48,140,141, 142, 143, BY DR. W. R. MOSELEY, M. D. before purchasing. T. HAYWARD. on hand a food assortment of such work on the manufactu'e liquors that w. ever ..!.
144. 226, 227. 235. 239,240, 241, 242. 243, 244. 246, I do certify that I was for many yean bodily afflicted October 27, 1855. 43 articles aa are generally kept in their line of business with; i jIcoct.insnImmj.enemb.rotfonzsuIu for .

with Dr. McLANE's are 248, 249, 250. 252, 253. 254 256. 257,258, 268, all with Cancer on my Lip and Chin, I tried all the Bacon Bagging &c. and will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their making;every variety.Iflferwines eordkhv Uttora
in the original plan of the city Tallahassee. remedies I could hear of,but found no relief I finally terms shall be reasonable. syrups vinegar ,7hrwvrkispobittbd 'by''".,
worthless. -ALSO- heard of Dr. W. R. Moseley's great success in the received per Utest arrivals from New Or Tallahassee April 9th ,1853- 14. scriptioo; the subscribers an dealers sod JBajporWraer
of Cancer affections and viiited him at f JUST and New York, (he follow D artwl** which liquors in this city. This alo .would'speak nor blayer

The McLanes Lots Nos. 1,2, S, 4, 5, 6, 7, in S. County qr.A treatment Griffin and in the course of six weeks, he had the Can they offer at the lowest cash prices: Hides Wanted. i of the rliabffity ohM work than could\*' otierwiM ..

GENUINE L 8 0- cer all removed. I would advise all that are afflicted 15 Casks Bacon 10 Bales Bagging, BEEF.HIDES Wanted for which the said-N.: O.DIll.

and Liver Lots Not 4. 12, 13. 15, 16. 22,25, 89,40, 48, 61 with the disease, to visit him and have their health 20 Bbl. Flour, 16 Ps. Sea Island do. u OOO highest price will be paid. Also Deer .: March 1. 1865. .. .

Vermifuge 62,in the South i County quarter.The restored. He is, beyond all kind of doubt, the most 30 CoiU Rp, 10 BUs. Whiskey, and Otter skins. DAVID 0.WILSON -

: Pills be had above described property formerly belongedto skilful Cancer doctor in the Southern States. 200 Ibs. Twine, 10 BUs.Mess Prk _Tallahassee,September 29, 1 836. 19 Quit DrinkingPoisonou Lt j .
can now at Oi v. Brown. For further information and terms, Cherokee Co, Ga. EMANUEL DOMINGAS. 60 Kegs Nails, '

whk-b will be liberal,apply to A.Perry Amaker, Esq., REJTEEEKCES-Dr.J. D. Martin, Griffin Ga.; Dr. J. RICHARDSON & WHiTAESR. A. B. CLARKE I LACOUR-3 PATZXT IMPROVXD PROCX38F

ail respectable Drug Attorney at Law Tallahassee. Y. M. Pucket, Harris county, Texas; Greer Bishop Newport October 17, 18U. 43 I .r na>ing all kind of

Llquors-.uad Tlnear
Stores. Until sold the above will be for rent. : In Chancery-m Hamilton Circuit Court r -
.. DBAX.SK nv RXAPT MADE CLOTHING AlD by ,'th* DM of lMoar' J.ss.ta)
A. PERRY AMAKER. Willis W.Burr, Conrpbunaeijtj. I INSTANTLY
1856. 7-tf .
16 -
February '
.. ,,- I LET THE PUBLIC READ I Iopinion nrkt Vu1lL viktiei : ,." TheM OH are obtajn___..DtttiIJatMaat:.._ ths..t'
O. --- r a P NrMI g. htin !.a'T/nk 1- -- E .a-t
of Lectures in this Institution entertain of DR. as a Surgeon cher and Nathaniel Wicker buys law Author ef Lacotir* Chemical Lacotr CWav
Sole Proprietor second course at of James of Made Furnishing Analyst, >
assortment Superior Ready Clothing,
THE commence on the first day of May next and and Physician I deem it my duty tomention the case Pflcher deceased Defendants. ical Manipnlaticma LaVour oa the JlannJketvLU:
SCOVIL& MEAl, of my wife, hoping at the same time that all Goods Cloth, Cassimeres Testings &e., eom- A&LACOUR'S .
: No. ill, Chirters St New Orleans, continue four months.ALEXANDER similarly afflicted may be benefitted by it. persons In the TT appearing upon affidavit to the satisfaction of the poeed in part of the following articles OIL OF COGNAC
J- ,, convert atttra
States to FACltLTY: Court that the defendants Elixa PUcber. John Pil- Fine Black Dress Frock Coats.
Southern first of this wife had several
for the part ]
year my .aa
lumpsto to
General Wholesale agent .J ANS, M. D, Chemistry and make their in her breast cher, Willian Pitcher, and Nathanel Wicker, heir at Black and Col'd Single Breasted Frock and pint a superior imitatiw of Imported Bnwfi

: \lom .11 sTiS rt-* *.. MileeS Pharmacy to increase appearance in size until the whole breast; they becamea continued Law of James Filcher, deceased, reside beyond th* :Business Coats, via; Otard Saraerae'jKarctt Cognac Pooltacy,Seg-
Sold by ty BjWNj M. D. jurisdiction of this Court,to wit ia the state of Geor Cassimera do. do. doM netee United Vforyar Propirtie*.Caatiffioa and L**>.'
Danson. Fancy .
M. ADatamT' diseased
s. E and
F!. H W mass, very painful I procured the don Dock Brandies. !Th
N.sh Liquors will]ban faQ kill
iu 18$2asR, \& W. T. Carpen. j0pV W. JONES, M. D, Principles and Practice best medical aid in the city of Rome, and notwithstanding gia.It Black and Colored Cloth Overcoats tY flavor.and a baotfbl; spa color. a Cosaamr'Rectified
is ordered that the said defendantsVo and "
icne. Black Doeskin Pant.
Madison ? appear
the and Lithful
terA& Waukeenab Mosely & Pope. attention of the most be
& ; S.Pules en. 1lonhcel.ojW. OIv. F. WESTMORELAND, M. D., Principles and skilful physicians she continued to ,worse and answer the said bill on or before the first Monday Fancy and Col'd Caasimere Pants Whiskjywtl ehaaged;by thtMflw'Oil
Monticello. grow of to .Nw York
Palme Bro Practice of Surgery. hi June next. else the same will be taken "Pro Confesso Blaek aid Silk Vests Cognac Brandy FiDe AlJIIo"
? until the
Baited! Vidg worse, they case incurable and
Chattalioochee gave up as ,
llog"n'CA4 JB : JESSE BORING, M. D, Obstetrics and Diseases ," Provided this order shall be published in some 14 Fancy Velvet do. Brandy common Cogtiaa Brandy, Ac.
j Bainbri advised
I advised
A Zcitfer hilkI amputation. was by of
Nicholson many LACOUR'S OIL It
my OF YE chaogr e.DlIUI'med t-
D Mllrinnna; i of Women and Children. within this Circuit week "
Newspaper once a forthepe- do. Cass. do.:
E. Seizae, The- friends to visit DR. W. R. MOSELEY, of Grime, Ga,
:S G. Bainbridge; !I. JOSEPH P. LOGAN, M. D, Physiology and General which I did, and, astonishing as it may seem, he had riod of four Months J.prior WAYLES to raid time.BAKER White Marsaflle do. D.. Whiskey Malt Whiskey to Moooogahehi, Boorbon Rye Whisky Whisk,kIL' yJfiSd_Tfrgirna -

Pathologic Judge. -ALSO-
February 23, 1SSS. 8-f her entirely cured within one month I and the it tin OF CEDRAT
J. G WESTMORELAND, M. D, Materia Medica Mitchell]aod Stewart: Solicitors Complaiatnk A fine assortmentofSbirtsCollars, Cravats Black .changes commoo
good/ allh II I would advise all who are afflicted to old Irish Malt '
i dng. and Medical Jurisprudence. with Scirrhus, and Cancerous affections to visit the February t, 1856. f White and Colored, Kid and Silk Gloves, self adjusting article Whiskey of Scotch 'Whiskey 0', arid a.
.Jrignt'd hue rormed From experiments made last session, the fact is es. Stocks, Cotton and Merino Under-shirts Jeans Whkkey. .
Doctor without delay, as I am satisfied
{ ; fur the by experience Sign of the Skeleton Wagon. OIL OF PEAOB haitf icommodtWhialrft.Ylr-'
4 _ Tngpartneiabip pur. tablished beyond dispute that even for Winter dissections and observation, that he is the most skillful physician Drawers Brown,Fancy, Cotton and Lisle Thread i ginia Peach
.5 1 oAe of carrying on the Blacktmj.t. bodies properly preserved are pefetable! to those in the Southern States,ia the treatment of that horrible Hose, White and Colored Cambric Handkerchief.,all BtItt,1. ia..Oil Peach and Oflol ObfMs/
-d in all ite various branches. Particuj.r SOUTHERN CARRIAGEIIEPOMTOR! will convert common.Wk'ky! to 'AppI Brandy.
I sjinees not prepared; and that warm wejitber does not render disease Cancer. of which are offered to the public OB reasonable terms
,, >ii.ention is given to Carriage and Spring Work, such subjects offensive, if sound when put up. WILLIAM'H. and warranted good as offered in this Marker OIL OF GIN cunyth5th. pooreH Whiskey UH1-
_.a to laying Axles of all kinds of Vehicles. Thee FEES for the entire course of Lectures, f 105. Matriculation M. E. MITC BLL.Daughter MITCHELL THE subscriber begs leave to inform Call and examine.NovemberlO,1855.. land Gin. Scb dam Echntpps.,.tOM Gm, 8waa' Qiay
bop convenient to the Livery Stable of P.B. Bro- Merchants and Planters that England Oi 0. As .. -
't (paid one only,) $6. Dissecting ticket, J. W. O. 45
i kaw, and special attention given to horse-shoeing. (obligatory once) f 1 10. Diploma, f25. EsadiuryJtomt, be has opened1 Repository for the sale LACOUR'S CONTI1D| ACID wiQ.niv'
q Rome October 26 1854.A.
of done to Ou. CARRIAGES. BUGGIES,HARNESS,Ac, at No. hours after being mi sd, gallons oi
Forming implement every description or Good board ran be procurad at from |3 to f 3 CO Manufactured Tobacco.I fr'
der. P. B. BROKAW per week. For further information address, 26 BEEKMAN STREET, RCKKUB THEOCOH TO IS Vinegar and twenty-fiv 2T'. watec, "ta thirty
0 H. B. FITTS. J. G. WESTMORELAND, OA.EI.D. Sratcc STEKET-ENTIAXCK os Ernrxa STXXTT SHALL receive some 400 Boxes of various brands gallon of the meat add Van.'.uf

Jan. IS, 1856. Sy Dean of the Faculty. ALL persons that are desirous of availing themselves The main floor, ((185 feet in length,) affords ample "Mullens"Manufactured Tobacco on consignment the markets. By ;use flesxaIfs Concentrated A.*

Atlanta Ga, Feb. 23,1 850. 8 of DR. MOSELEY'S services will find him at room for keeping always on hand, a large and complete again this season 100 Boxes DOW. on the way outMerehantswildowelltobearthiain cia,.Vinegar can be mad for one dollar. sad sixty CIIDtr"

Notice :! INFIRMARY,BROADWAY GRIFF IN.GEOR- assortment of every description and variety, a* mind, and itwill per barrel. -
per lt.art, herewith. be sold lower than same quality can be laid down FOR MAKING LIQUORS Lseoor'sOs '
IS hereby given, that we shall make application Cotton Seed Planters. GIA.Patients Having learned the trade in the of his fafier for from usual markets and on time to good par no rrtjair
montlta after date, to the Hon. Probate Court of boarded at |1 per day, or f 16 per month. Factory preparation only pouring UM OU into tile Whikty,
4 Hamilton be dismissed from the administration THE undersigned having purchased the right of FEES, in all eases, to be agreed upon before under be is practically familiar with every departmentin ties. DANIEL LAD and shake weiL Th Lwtrid thus mad .will have*f
County, to of Hamilton -- inventors J.T. & L.J. WATT, for the Conn- taken. No ease will be received into this establishment the business, and is therefore enabled to oversee or- Newport, August 4,1855. 31 filM natural aroma- e foil, rich cay 'bata beaati-
of the Estate of James S.
t RosiLUe ties of Leon and Jtfftrton, are now prepared to manufacture unless it is believed examination, that it can d TS for any kind of work entrusted to him, and superintend ful transparent color and a fin.. bead. Laooor's Oils

J County,AMOS deceased. Admt'r. them to order. These seed planters are un be cured, or admit of relief. All eases rejected will every stage of its manufacture.His Middle Circuit of Florida.IN exert three distinct properties in coaverUog CBHTJWIOTI
CHESHIRE doubtedly the best in use. Farmers will do well to be loo* residence in the South and. West and inti- Gin .
ELIZABETH CHESHIRE. Admt'x. invariably_ charged$5,.for examiniation and advice LEON CIRCUIT COURT. Whiskey to'BrandI' ,4a. Tbe first property*s s-
: p Peb..18U. 5 eaJl and examine before -purchasing elsewhere. All letters, to entitle them to notice,must enclose; mile knowledge of every section and Lia-experience In the matter of Petition of Elizabeth- Rice, for tines with and subsides in the form>f Floeolcot parbclfi .

._._. -- ._- ----- WILLIS BALL. a"stamp" for the payment of postage and be directed waiie: with Messrs. Baldwin & Starr, 'and Messrs. change of her name to that of Elizabeth Levinua a the wbol of&b.e'grain ofl.(Afflylw 'Afaotot-'
Notice.SIX Tallahassee. Feb. 9, 1 95 6. 8S to W. R MOSELEY,M.D, Frothingham, Newell & Coi give him many advantages : The whakeyithu depriTed of thai peoEar irrit-.
.: Griffii. Georgia. in the selections required for the different parts NOTICE is hereby given of the filing of the pet! ting and burnIng taste;arid >
: : months afUr date 1 shall present my account Notiqe February 23, 1856. I8f oftbe country. AIM, an acquaintance with the cAar- Elizabeth Rice for a change of her name the second property eoostBte ii an IceJ ly nwajagww'

} Ac to the Honorabl Judge of Probate f persons having claims against the estate c ode of Woi k,Draft,Tracts,Height_/ Whettt,quality to Elizabeth Leviniu and that after the publication of taste imparted tLUOOrs,"whidiriDd. ..'
Harnilton County for a final settlement as administrator ALL late Capt.Thomas Reynolds, deceased, lat NEW GOODS and size o/Sprinyt and Axles necessary for the this notice for three months application win be made, and imparts an appeuranoB- -of great ;sge.; OM taM:
the estate. of Dennis late of sai LI to the Judge of Leon Circuit Com for order
on Doughtily, < particular 1itiea.Particular an making
of Leon County, are hereby notified to present then property iseihlbtUd id Ulricarinoos, natty **,
County, deceased,.and uk to be d acharged from saiadmiowtration.
JAMES W. OEIQEI.I by law or this notice will be pleaded in bar of the!r now:; receiving by, resent through merchants or to the subscriber direct: and all COUNCIL A. BRYAN Clerk, lion from UM Qenmpf*:Brands iespoaabl*. .

).. .2-, 185.-. 6 recovery, and all those indebted are requested t 0 ARE from New York.afash- prices guaranteed to be as low as the work can possibly !. Jan. It,11858._' am" By;The** Ofl are put up ia quart bottkt sa.

5' make payment immediately. tenable and well selected stock of be furnished and which will be equal,in every re bottle contains suffldrat Oil for making lOG gaflowof .

: 4h.mo <4? L1.'V'e1y_ JESSE AVERETT, Executor. Watches and Jewelry, ipect to that of the very best and oldest city or country Notice.SIX liquor.Full and cotiiprecensiv* dinetioa- aapa-

., ''l'iLLA.'R.\B polesala _. Feb 23. 1856. _88wB Consisting of geotlemen' gold bunting leTtrI ladies establishments. months from date,the undersigned administra DY the bottlec Priw: $2 perbottl. .
and Retail )a1erszUGSAND "I Tax Collector's -Sale.l lUlU 'C'.H... LTAr hurstjna' I1Dchoral l.as aa.l 26 BEEKMAN STREET within a few doors of on the estate of William Thompson deceased tW ODe bottle oZ these 9iBTwmacaUrX] w!7
& quarticr Watches Cameo Mosaic the Prk.on South-East side across from the Astor late of Leon be aecnrely packed add biL.f,bWNtX
MErnCmE5. Y virtue of the ; Coral ADd4l.11 gold House and County,will exhibit her final account and : .bP.dwith|
io m
vested line
have levied authority the me by law, :]i: bosom pins and earrings, necklaces, gold andjet eros Warren and, a from Park Place Murray, vouchers to the Judge of Probate for said County, fire of charge, to any part if the\ ewatry..spss ***
: Pcfum"-JB Srgital InltruJJVD Purchase*? upon lands known as the "Forbei S sea, bosom pine and lockets for hair and dkgnerreo- Chamber Sts, near the brick Church and ask to be discharged. receipt of 110' to the. addras of ,
Spice Snnfl .**101"' Windows Gla PalD, lying and being within the County of Loot 3 types; gold and hair bracelets; a large aswtmentof Lovejoy and Clinton Hotels. LUCY THOMPSON, Administratrix : P.,LAOOU .." er--
Oil, Vamsbe f_ Manufacture/Tot. comprising 136,540 acres, more or less and shall proceed fine plain diamond, Having convenient office accommodations and papers Mart 1. 1S-8.-
; to sell much ruby, pearl and g-rneti'ony and September 29, 1865. 39-m .
so of the before the from the Southern Cities and
and Glass Ware *5InC8 same Court cornelian Towns, he trusts 4
a- Me finger rings
Patent ; gentlemen's dianond sins* -
Fine and Brandiei house door in the city of Tallahassee Saturday th, sleeve' that he may have the pleasure of a call from his friends 1"
Fin I buttons Executor's
Soaps Tooth W1/ plain a' Notice.
Pure cameo
4 5th of onyx and cornelian- .Boots'and Sbo t '
and lIair' leduanaL day April next,as will satisfy the State Cour. of ; and from those who will do him the favor to examine ,
Bnah great
Paint Brashes ; FaotArtlde-for purposes ly and Railroad taxes due thereon for the year.1855. chains variety, seals, keys studs, gold line and gold, vest, fobund guard his assortment and being the only establishment adap SIX months after date I will present my final .- T ADIES Ed Jtcoy L. Brnki., .
river .
pen ad' pencil ca- and vouchers the JL>Ladift .
Garden Seeas" pjfHavana SI'U.i L. C. DEMILLY sea, and gold silver and steel I ted to the Southern Trade,io the lower part of the to Judge of Probates for Tie .
Tax Collector spectacles, bold aDd afl- he Leon Gounty, and apply for a final from U' ., ,
F.i< They hue receLef9t and FreA Leon Oonnrr. thimbles. City respectfully solicits a share patronage, discharge .
.c "7>p/yf reTyTariety recently r Cet! osnally kept by __Jan.32, 1856.' .J-Ut ver Fine Cutlery : He beg to refer those acquainted with him, to any the office of Executor .f w:O.Hyltoo, deceased. I. 1aek." O. .. : #. .. "._ .'-SU :. -"..
and Gni of the Jobbing Bouse in New WiLK CALU ExV. .S .'' .
druggist*. Planters Physician* will always fiadat York City engaged b Pria.a:4: :
thu ajf fJIl 0PP7? of everything Dee-. In Leon Circuit Court.. ,In Equity.John Dinner and:breakfast knives without rb.'hint the Southern or Western Tradi. Dee. 21, 18U. 814m II.. Call .. .U ... fri.--: 'J

etlabJitb:1 Martin Complainant,1 and forks in setts carvers and steel single fin* pock- Great car will be taken, in Packing A'engaging or )Joct.e.; .4 '-;." .. ,t'1 S ;.,' "
'* cutlery, shear*,'scissor and rraxorsTfln Freight, Insurance. Ac. A discount .llnwl ? Seed Oata.I MeaahinD.f214senP&: :: r' I
Orders from tdPQznty omply fiD.d and aatiJtae.'ion rs. double .._ t.n 'J. to' ..
-' ----- --
... ... __ --ow .
MwlIM'.. .. I.;; .1 'L 1ot t '
.I U
; guaraata.rwtli regard both to prices and uali John P.K.: Savage, and his mmuivc\imvcvi nuu eino IwUl gun; com- trade, 500 I BUSHELS of superior quality fr sal. by .4 iIinr-4.:... 1: ., '
wife Martha mon guns,shot ponches of various .aIt ,_. : ,if i-- : :
$ t;. PbysicJ prescription carefully compounded. B. Savage, patterns, fine and WM.L MCDONALD; HOPKINS ill.M1OflcNI..
I Alo.FP1' ccanpouad Fluid Extract.of Buobu.M and Boiling Baker, Trua- common powder flasks,'cleaning rods Ky's & and N.B.-w( L.McDo AU> takes pleasure .in .referring Dec 1, tsu. 48 : :" ..-...: SU "."
J.0.J,1856. 1. tee, Complainant*. wads wad cutters,and materials for goMmithaTSilver to th. Merchant of Qufucy. N .1ooI'B ":. '1"fH
c. '
_44 _-_ IT appearing U tIi. utis&ction of tb* Court that : and- Plated Ware. NewYorkPclzuarylii8s&: ? Hides. _I IUTANFED .4.d1Mtpqgwaesi! ,',., ...., S : 'J.'
Be .
Wises Sjmps- Ac.OLD Defendant Jokn P. K...Savage, and hi* wife Silver table, desert and tea .DOOM silver, fork V : .in nj quantity, for which the highest .4 eIfpsggd 3 ': '_
k < : Martha B.Bavag*.reside beyond the limit of-Flori--and warn ladle, butter and pickle knives soup Circular Saw Mill Agency.. f f Y market price will U paid i in cash,er groceries. ft'kIp-pelb.d,.. ,.. a .a. l" :,'.:' J ..!

r Otard ErrmdrSparkling. Cider ,'':io the State of Georgia-It i is _ordered that orb and spoons, waiten, eaatorlr'eD' and fruit plated b 'VBE 'undersigned bU:'the ajeo l tar the sale of S .ROOU" -V ot ii ebod -a .,, .""

4;; P4Vb-r / 'Old;Port Juice, they appear and plead, answer,or demur to the Com- kets electro plated tea sets and communion. ferric :,,.IV.Herrick'aImproved Circular. Saw Mills" mNf 11,180, 17- faior ilt&-.p -- -

:' Madeir&, Brandy Cberri.i plainani biD at Roles to be held in the Clerk's office batter, .ugar.and cream .dishea.wmber""qd parlor, eooaitfpg of three six** for,42;48 and 62'or 64 f .: ,M-Gcetsadalt"--.. : .'. :

J Sb.fty. Sardine*, .. of this Court OQ the first Monday in -August;I8S6. candJestickl.lI1keJlara] boquet l boldera. card ADd Sawa .,theM Circulars, dcckledlv the best io iae Salt8aIt4iIt.tA .. 1-". ..' ""-., -.Icei.. a- .h..,'. \'..' .' .\ S I-
'Jf aL.L.
sp&rialnkihwEn.n.Jiae.11' ; ,0.0; WI' 'f-u **, else the said Bill wfflb taken pro eonftuo a*against &wer buketl aDd brittauoia. ... .J.- having several improvement over too M Fan br any ) SACKS of Bait for tal. By :. -ra. >f-\'., '. < r
r: P1IOd1g xtract* ,P.,1 other Cbfldraael. bas,: Y t '
Patent fa 7.--I.i-.J
,. Uwa.nfa further ordered that a copy of this Order IIscllane Us Artlcle.- tae:.-TbVvirt to about tloO$a o .i -HODGKISS POOLS A 00. ;
Y..hW 1 Tasujjja. be published for: ue month in and 1460 for arioai I&e.t according to extra Nor.ember .. 'ch_... :
ft ,. com*newspaper pub I diei .etlcolea l cheb carriage _It, 1855. :41Jwt .
: work .
r* SpamsbOfirct, 'fipfew,. I litUd b th* dLyofT1kIwee,. : : .. 1io.!, nB. ;, .ih It.. For further p&rticaJua applybrI k : Plactatwo Ruutat .., ."'. t." '
: iron and montie : S
I. i; OornSU.ih.- TUOtt, Don < moroooo. port *, pearl 1 card : -- -: Woman* idAH wltl 6l1'
; *and oraewd at Chamber this Hth I ; DANIEL LADD. .
*., .pf.F brwuy .- rat,coral necklace and' : Beeelf ( .
armlet : : e
bir Ban '
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