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 29, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
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System ID: UF00079928:00482
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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ioie2aee : 'j -. 5' IIi 4.Sk1.: + t ., ',jhavepbe.n given f9rspcb: ,. ompla1nt; ,' 'with reference-the. sabjecf of I riflemen: After t:
A ;JQHU[ PB4TOIQFS S: .publish. to4ay t pampUet} recently t :.that it has been thin gh o t'desired to, : .:.. "1 renewed 'app1cL1ocIi rejit d 1ie4 tl'fIJ.:

C O3lflTSSttiN )IEUIINT. ,. IIBed In'London;and' which hat excited mar'- 'ing:6atcould in anj & certainly t shall ob. t'tat e.onmr'tfcaUuiV;: :retorting'l" ?ijjNII'

'. 'N.D.. :MERCHANT TAlliOR, .ed Attention' thfre. It is.written:'in the' spirliof i.. infringement Americanlaw, ; that. the to the Home the .correspon l Ietl 7lrH& .thVsJfflpJe. bbwrvatiorj that it bad

:J BROKER Dealer '.In>
COTTON Gentlemen's y, Clotlilnp. 'and': Commr, and'fattens.upon'the Biitish GOT: representatives and agents in the brought against Mr. Car- o?the'SecrtUiT of'wjiofj I fn(other" Word., h*'

f.4LLMrasEEnL' Farftisbii.,. .. |.' .r Goods. ernme/it artd.its agents the charge .of having State. S Majesty's Government bad had Lent]II lo 'Ihe:wm g, tide,.ifr f Whitehall f .5
T3 prtparad to*ttw ljtf ntl kiod ftf Bales the city' f i: u Fall- and knowingly, violated. the Jaws, of the,tJ nited Than thi nothing could be passed between her Majesty's However, more' official (J&rwiea. ,J' L Af'IlCIun\I, : orLeOn-R uirEite,NerCot.- am novo rectiving>my Winter sup otates in recruiting men for their honorable to Great Britain which habit
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military service more thing long at> the'rsMiof tie'last
and the Prussian ,.
',1.Frtnrihrte/Horses.Ma1e:Ca'rriajM.Bn des. &':; ply of Cloth, CassimereSt Vettingg, Afc., o- the Government... ,
and to United Stak-g.
afterwards of tory
and Iforetaadise of having and and the condemnation two years hart accustomed us to en
Wt Trt<1t& Trt' every descripor Cologne
-,- Ac. Every CoIQrSt'I: ) and!, Quality, equivocated good deal in gh'ing'their ac Complaiht'was made of. a $ followed, which in our opinion dur '; And, perhaps, ".itb't\1' glorious J i government .

AUCTION DAYS : vWdl lam prepared to make vp in the mos count of the proceeding. The article is deserving an apology promptly tendered.But : but we could not erpecl the Pru .of;L*jdwe at present pjos&mM jt.isa:
\ shionnblp.vlr 1inr. especial attention as giving clear in the mean time, hetween low tradesman' tike of fnntinrr
and Saturday---11 O'clock.Omee.e f: mi fintire to afqviesce in our opinion, war 0 --- ". At IliA
rdacsdiy AND REASONABLE TERMS. terse, and faithful statement of the \vhola mat ding in the complaint and the receipt entitled to place confidence in the: thing to attempt'to balance Lord C1'rendouaiid
Wholesale & Re.sl
and'Stapt'e dry goods, ter in apologetic despatch new state of 37 '
: >t this cheap Cash Store. -ALSO- controversy. their tribunal.-Nevertheless. erma.D.I" dO-rI, ; qoarrcf,
JOHN R. LLOYD. A L.RtEND WALL BELKCTKH STOCK OT.- .XECBCITING IN.THE. UNITED STATES.. had. nri e:1. courtesy towards Her Majes a wart against Mr. Rank (a i 'sr& rfofonut? ));
fleCPfllbeTS,1855. 49 READY-MADE CLOTHING Certain prosecution* had been the of Prussia and his J.OOO CnadLan5rifenen armed
If any person shall within the territory of King par and .
in the
United States'
Courts of Law
Consisting of every garment suitable for winter wear the United States, hire or retain, "any as soon as the final sen equipped. 'f..i .t ; .
7 "WILLIAM. p. SLUSSER, such as Clonks. Talmas, Coats Vests, Pants, which will be of at low prices. who had taken .
disposed in
a.1.1.a.b.assee, F1a.. Also a large lot of Plain and Fancy Shirts, Collars. with the intent to be enlisted in the service of On the actually of part" involved a good deal of con into: war, but .it does not provoke it.
3lANCFXCTXTEERty C OPPEn- ,'I'I AND SlIEHT Undershirt Cravats. Stocks, Hosiery, te., .'. a foreign Prince he shall be deemed guilty of prosecution one Hertz, at transaction has ended satis- There is no indifference" f ire this case-*

IRON' WARE, WnotKSAti AND RETAIL' Those desiring a thorough out-fit will consult their .1 high misdemeanor."-Act of Congress, delphia, it was conclusively proved (* amicably, and I think no pub There i is, on the contrary, an Vactivity" to

DRALES IN PLAIN, FAXCV AND JAPAXXEDWAKE. own interests by giving rue a call, as all the above articles 1818.I hand report of trial of Hertz) that the would arise, but ihe contrary., which: of fate ,we have.b en butf-itla] | aecyj.
have been selected with great rare, and with a tempts at recruiting had been made in tomed. %Vh'
the the table of ths our Government .have aw"
An unhappy difference" has arisen betweenthe papers on .
view this
to to market.
special adaptation
ncad-Qunrtcr JOHN PRATOKIUS. Goven.ments of Great IMtain and the pen, undisguised way, by Rdv ( hear.) With regard to the very plan of tho campaign cat itnd dried.-'

Stove November 24, 1855. ly-47 United States, which certain parties Americans papers, with the Boyal there has really been no cor No, it was not, indifference 7 which, on a:.
SPLENDID ftssortment ofCookin Parlor' appear fixed. That on remonstrance late occasion'
A being prompted the "
desirous to for of the i on the subject. Repretentu- Mbrning Post,
Jtfl_ A- and Wood Stove, trimmo 1 with ueatuess DR. LEWIS, envenom purposes :I Mr. Crampton, he had waited on Mr. to the Government of Ham: the special organ of the Cabinet t,.,to.reconWm .

and durability, at reduced pr (es. RESIDENT DENTIST, own.The and had tendered him a satisfactory to enlistment .>nd the ravaging tEe.eoast; of America witfV
Ont Door Work. English Government decline to pro going on, !
.. TALLAHASSEE FLA.Ts I .i lion. : made the Ham our 200 gunboats, and the'sending1 an
duce the the was by
Front Heads correspondence on hackneyed army
Ornamental : Guttering Copppr
Roofing and :Tin Conducting Pipw. Shet-t Lead. Sheet now inserting Artificial Teeth on(the I plea that to do so would not bo conduclv: (This is the explanation referred to Colonel Hodges, but .it of black soldiers to free the negtoes.of thty

Zinc, Lend Pipes Patent Ci'tem Pump Shop work $ new and improved principle with to public interests." Lord Clarendon's speech of 31et any reply. At Hamburg five Sooth ;; or,'in other words, to ,'maMaere ihd

of every,variety done at short notice. other without continuous seam or crack pnmj leaving from no one place M
Cily and Country ITIorcSiniifs lodgment of food thereby rendering them perfectly may be advantageous to endeavor to t irow Mr. Crampton to law. No communica-I of haWRie United States. : .

Arc respectfully invited to give me a call befoie pur- life like and restoring the original contour of the face. some light on (he present state of aflaiis. Halifax where he summoned his been mide to Her Majes. There must be an active cause. Thcrtr

f ha in?elsewhere. so IS to defy detection. lIe will attend to all calls The war with Russia tho foi cruiting agents to meet him. at Hamburg: and there must be some' ihcompreheniitjle l power at
0" N.B. Ail I articles manafiiftncd from the very in Middle :Florida for Full Setts. Those wishing Full proposition: That there,with the Governor of \' work to move our aristocratic
Jw 5t material Knd warranted durable. No other article Setts can obtain all oecest'%ry.iDrormntion by letter. the foreign enlistm-nt biil, the oppositi: 'n to tin and others he devise procure on the subject. (Hear. )) Government'to
will be offi-ml for sale He will wlI.rrant,1O eveiy in'tnPlCleeatisfllction, and that measure, its final enactment. and !he ('i ii. 8, 1856. get up a quarrel with a people who may

October :20, 1855. 42 prices to suit the timee. Terms Cash', or when called cussions on questions.relative to the rghts: ol expressly for evading the laws of the honesty' "j may'- he-. .fairly...." be said to be our rrlntjons. and who are t'r.itainy

for.June nettrdl nations, arc all too recent to requiresetting States airaiiist entistinenL'I'hat his quotation of Judge Kane's the most important'connection"- i. .- ---.-* \,Tpossess. .
Notice. 24, 1854. 25 with this view, in nddition to .
Co-Partnership forth here. It is therefore proposedto \' the. conducf of the Eng f
'PHE unden igne$1'ye this day enteVed into a co FLOYD & HOLLAND treat the question of the relations between; veib.il communications, he gave What if this American dispute is simply a':
JL partnership in theWHOLESALE, the i in wri ing (produced on the trial) as to : facts ? bold effort to urn the.war. withRusina into
two countries
RETAIL Attorneys at Law.WILL chiefly as regards \vhthas; those laws were to bo evaded.He a war with .America, T
.., under
recently been said by two autho ite3-: prosecution by Uni. : .
great :
practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle particularly dwelt on the What if thi.4 is '
DrtUGSUSXNESS: Lord Clarendon and the "Times." for an offence against plan devised affect the.
West Florida, and in theSupreme Courtof doing nothing to attract the attention approaching
under the name and style of the State. Also in the District Court of the United The United States complain that their mu United States ( recruiting, are brought If Congress Paris' ." j
authorities, and he so, it is indeed '
States, in the Northern District of Florida. nicipallu\Vs have been violated by the Gov. Kane. on a writ of Habeas WIIAT! fE.T, ana
N1S&LIVE'LY.TUET I recruiting agents with a secret NExrr' "S
A n..J. FLOYD, Office Apalnrhicola Fla. I .
ernment of Great Britain. .
D. P. HOLLAND, Office Q They, Fla Great Britain replies, that although it i pher (produced in court on the trial) under :the law of the Uni- '___ S- i-:. : .

will be pleased to ceo their friends Dec.22,1855. 51 be true that the American Government may had pU'p:se enabling them correspond to constitute an offence with .. lit Eloquent Lftteir/ S -
,and patrons at the old staiKlof,D.II Ames.'where him Washington, without the the S
,;' they wiU.fccep a full and general DR. MILES II. NASH some reason for complaint, yet that, immedi. the despatches being intelligible to the I I ; of these Act of Congress 1818, The Louisiana Courier publishes; an elo ".

,.*swmeotof: Atidetappntaiuinstothttrv OKFEES HIS rKOFESSIONAL 6EEYJCES TO THE CITIZENS OF ately on it becoming Ifnown, they the British graph authorities. prosecutions have been q tent letter written by a Mississippi l dfe.i
Hot pf : ,D,,HT AlES. TALLAHASSEE. AND SUBUOCXD1KG Cot .nT. Government, instructions to their not sufficient for one or either crat to .
gave agents a
WI frindJlf Florida .
ei; became known to ib, a; whig. .We .
JL.LIV.ELT. and e. recruiter and the re
to from the
4 representatives acts make the
1l(5&__ '1"t.J., ? VFFICE with'Dr. 1L Nssh caetof be can Government,' and beyond a douFJf, that he, the recruit is following extract: ,' ., '. > .
{ ,immediately leaving
: | that had rise to such complaint and 'Y have learned
given ; recorc'e! I CQ by this
\J p oceedings of one of their time the eleff-! .
Ptifit office. for the
., ., .NotIoe.,: assured the American Government that they purpose of enter tion of Banks! and have -
\ May 19 1855. 2'0 courts Justice, that Mr. Crampton, perhaps, seen U e. -
t1miniilift.tor' desire above all things to the laws : service of a foreign Prince result of the
Q.IXtLnfter dlkt&ihe undersigned, respect an apparently candid explanation: with JC N. convention in. Pbiladf'ph-'
:tl.e estate-of.Violet HamNfdcct,.,.lat.f. T.J. AJCBAKDCOS.. FL2TCIIER WHITAKCB ot America: and had expressed in the fullest Marcy, had left the United State but.,both must know it. (This ia. Surely, the eyes of.efery southern

Leon niy', "iU..pr t \is fin&t A e ntiit6dvehiisV' audV RICHARDSON WHITAKER, way their! ,regret that"any cause of complaint ceeded to meet the Governors of ttvo-, jtnd the pretence of (be English I should now bo opened ; surely,all prejudices nan, .
; thJuIgeut Pr bnl for t ai trf be"fliSclun'ied'R"t' SHIN; ArfoiV., Receiving -and FOrWarding Mer- had risen at all. '. neighboring colonies, for the ought to be l raid aside, .and lIthe preserva
& '.. .. The English,.Government have declared express were collected fur Cana tion of the i is' )
'effibrlr' !r'I".1 _. .lit:; i : otonsjwithaui to cY1lt1 rep Idisfred-iftb, S _
-' 01 I." wittl'the ) r r- -'
nh'nt beyond this it is inconsistent dignity ?j. jeon&oiifii jfeMJfc&n'ded d 'W11'\ii
t the United states it is obvious the ( 6ur ehil-
NEW PORT. FL \. thft .
NOTICE. and the honor of the nation to and ', having fiosta, te ,,lhe frw) Wren, a j r
go transmit*
August U1(K U55. 31 ogy of tho English Government \ ? ftherf. 4i.f. ,' U--
-0-. _. they hint that at the time theygave .this next sentence of this judge then \Ro '
'. -- sL' '- 'l' : explanation satisfactory when supposed (o' be bohest that we fet.past dim .

DRS. GAMBLE & BElTOlf DH. > ri. GARDNER, it was satisfactory( the American truthful became, in fact, only an a the such of mutual the men knowledge rally aroun&J &jsply;'party,,wit : ,

their Professional Services to the Pub his professional services to the citizens Government ;; but that since then, for the purpose I I i insult when found to be fraudulent and case he ;before safety Theqaestlbn.$ii,)wfalfh jJ I'; oj.; ..
OFFER Office opposite the Store of l.ksm. OFFERS ,' and surrounding country, Office of I influencing Presidential election, : critical. S ; remands them to Let ,the great;'mcri'bf llie old (F

Hod kiss Scot& Poole. removed to the residence of fro John R. Crump. situation that Government are endeavoring rip up an Yet this the conduct that receives came from. ;.,, mean southern'apswer. w, ,
was |!
? } :
January 6, 1856. I&CflLIDT. the late Dr. Jacob Eliot has the audacity to i.i-V '.
formerly occupied by old grievance, and to make political capita) Clarendon' quote Where are thejU be found f Actingip.'tJ
February 16.; lt>56 7 approval .L. ( is,shown above) .one sen arl
home tho CIlLin tand souK and ; *
KtaCHETT. CHAttLES. .. W..DOTTNIXGBIRCHETT .. at by bullying English It is said, ho\\'evertJl:1t tie Ameriaan might wKh.thpi .deigwpnitw/party/ ,.
---r.r- -- & DOWNING- --, A. P-ERRV AMAKEJR, they rely on the support of the people of thir ernment are desirous of pressing this may't opinion flf on a \irfiof.flabeas ,What S does the so-called. An3 Judge Kjinef the
to uphold them in the course they on want I That Americans
country shall
ith Jue harshnc AmericaVVbere
iTTOSSEYX AT LAW & AGENTS FOR CLAIMS 7T1T llT A'VfJt u un ES. were,not before him ; and nfio .
i is the
hare taken. dastard
In reply, it may be stated that they who dir s jiajr tn tha.
NO. 49S ScvrnUi SlrrcC, TALLAHASSEE. FLA. so quotes him with. the full .
That support they will not fail to obtainf( !contrary Where is
i in their power, and possess a inn&8 of evid t Judge Kane wmc .\VIo, tjss.ap.
May 21, 1853. 20 the
was very
WASHINGTON CITY. even a prima facie case can be made out that sufficient to prosecutejo conviction, at '" Hert/" trial I far forgotten.the gfbr! bua.pasl as to believ'

TTTTL practice l ere tile; Court of Claims and P. B. BROKAW'S.LIYIRY they deserve it. tioofonr_ Consuls inthe- United States. Mr. on'wjiose that 'the time"will ever come whear 'Ameru* .

/V': prosecute claims Before Con rces and the several Hence the necessity for inquiry into facts. They have not'done so. and Crampton was aang will not.rule America I I' Why:,: sir..A?

Departments.July 4MB Sill STULEfif Let us begin by stating the last fact in, the prosecuting convicted. mericans now rule,
28, 185:. 80 If we compare this conduct with this is surely comparatively, the.civiJi-v
I TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. case, to see where, we actually are. the King of Prussia, who recently, for a value of the evidence unnecessary.- zed world. And tell me. to be j afraid that a.

R.H.BERRY; 1 -. .' The Government o' the United States have l less grave offence, connected with this to what our Gov parcel of ignorant foreignersunacquajnted.even :
give us, that be :
,wz : 9MIE Proprietor would in- terminated their portion of the long and an matter of foreign enlistment, and back r can with our language, without .rneiM,4r;
Atctioneer and Commission .1.' form his friends and the Lord.Claren .
zrv correspondence referred toin the Houseof imprisoned our Consular Agent at unity, or strel1git/ -that theywiflg'et ttd ,
; that neither
public, that he has rebuilt his, _ intentional "
MERCHANT. Lords by demanding the recall of Mr. admitted supremacy over us why, the 'idea i is
.. large HI irk Stable, at the old stand, and is now i it must be that the charge of ,, nor accidently, did ; degrad_
TAIXAHASSEE Fla, Sept;9. 1 855. S9 prepared 1 to accommodate his friends and customers. Crampton, the British Minister at Washing sual harshntss falls,to the ground. violate any law of the United ingly absurd ; it, has 'no' parajlel, iu. the, ra' .

He also has attached to lib Stables, a good Blacksmith ton. However, it may be deemed cords of the world.. Le those. .w)b.o. fe r.i&.
VV' :B. J.WJLLS, Shop. where lie will have Lave dnne all kinds of 'Flils demand'will probably be replied to this compare a Geiman monarch with S turn t6 the history of our revolution le ,tbepi
Wholesale and Retail Druggist, Plantation,k, Horse hoeing, and Carriage work in declare our entire be. read it
day, (Feb. 5,) and it is generally understood merican Republic. ,blush, PIt shed \?arsJo er the l and with nod dis- England there is not :
NEWPORT, FLORIDA. that it will be met by a refusal. deatl/who al
patch. Let us see how we ourselves behave, would desire to see the U' though/nanyyf he Q1a'.

QHD"R3 from Physicians and Planters put up Novembers, 1S53. 44 As far as the English case is known, it we have to deal with a power" that, in I or lowered in the eyes'foreigners, feared .not.- for- libfirtv'a- ---tv T TrT nflp.-tn', -.
greatest care. i is -measure theirsIrenh. with the then moat'
powerJess''rhe S .
fi and rests on Lord Clarendon's speech on the open. being compelled to act
Fbt-naryI856. Carriages, Buggies, any dreaded of all nations.: i1'
ing of Parliament, from which tho following( \ follow ing is from the "Globe Co yj; ? it% tt
LIFE INSURANCE.: For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. American patty .Retires to'fBt"
) ; 'I
February G, a ministerial pilper'-'the ,
THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. .1"lIE Subscriber Las just received a are extracts: 4 apologies; to> 'I flesh J and down Catholicism. My Christian friend I,
large supply of Carringes..Buggies To have laid the correspondence on yourlordship's : perty of Hie Attorney General: our when religious truth is assauVd, we have a
ACCUMULATED CAPITAL 1,000.000.l'JllS () no earthly could have ,
i and Harnee wliicb be offcrsfor power
lives of table could have I led to no satisfactory 11 The Hans-* Towns and.tho ) protector-even our Father in Heaven, .bQ'.
i on tj.c But there ( !
Company ties policies IIIIle on the most reasonable terror. us. are flimits be
persons for (ne or more yenta, or C'r th- November 18, 1854. 46 conclusion. The most recr-nt demand of Wjir Trade-it is no secret here that consideiation whatever should will arise to its defence.' If Catholicism !btf

s.bote! period of life, ON TUB MUTUAL SYSTEM. of the Government of the United States arrived newly appointed siden .minist r of ; that it is the of of men, it.will fail'. jPt ,beef, .(.Gpdandrthey (
DiriJcuJa declared to the Insured on policies issued A. L. FISHER and Mr. Alfred Rocker duty every worship the F
only two days ago, it would not Hanse Towns, individual, to i i's self same tber,.Son. *nci.Ho.,
for life. ATTORNEYATLAW.TALLAHASSEE have been conducive to the public interests to enced a very cool reception on the is in fact its moral preserve existence. ly Spirit[ that we do,) I let us. fLiuse, I les ,.'UrJ.. -

1'usr FaEDlAY, Actuary.Moams FaA KLtN, Pn.a'ttF FLA., produce them at this moment. Lord Clarendon, who even upbraided happily, we be- found striving .iogninst Hear-
people are slow to "
Applications received in Ta11ahn!Fee by Instructions breach of in very go en. .
were sent to the with this city's neutrality
in the Courts of the Middlo Die- still .
B. C. LEWIS. practice are slower to make S -
19 1856.
January ,
WILL ,and in Thomas County, Oa. Governor of Novia Scotia, to consider wheth. milting such a flagrant abuse of the will never make a dishonor. : It" .
[: Office in the Capitol 2d story immediately er persons from tho United States, desirous of ges of free trade as the open, system :
4th Feb. P.ernorsefofCriie.
AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. the room of the Clerk of the Supreme Court. I J6.-.. ., ( ,.
over enlistment in the British am1could be received by the Hamburg. merchants of'sending in '
.. CAriTAt,. 500,000. July 21, 1855. __29-ly I at Halifax. Theso instructions, were rawmaterials, for the manufacture of I already discussing declared.the American ,V e published'a fexr:days since .a detailed _

Tnt:undersigned, Agent of the above Company E BARNARD Jr. made known to Mr. Crampton, and he was powder, sulphur and saltpetre, together i the Control American t, its opinion account of the ..astounding"frauds of"Xp.-' 5

&:?.i3n tlos9 receive by Fire applications on Brick f and>r and Frame make Buildings insurance, told that, however desirous Her Majesty's lead, in such large quantities to Russia. f .worth fighting for, and ques that. Sadler, 'M. P., the.> ndonSctiuyler.? : ; j 1ft'ap"." : .

Furniture,Merchandize,.c. WILL CONTINUE TIle Government were to obtain recruits, they were i is also stated here that his lotdshrp business, we were clear. pears from. st-waUettej l Jlfca' .',"{
January 19 B. C. LEWIS. anxious that thero should be violation far as to hint at a threat of .p.qr"
18Z6. 3 DRUG & BUSINESS still more. np went so I S .
MEDICINE fortunate man
-- _.. or infringement of the municipal) law this trade in the contraband of war just Pdgft 1 >us loMW, death, fIt
JOHN W. EVANS, w AT THE OLD 6TAXD, SIGN _.3 rom above extracts i that njejipmediate i! .caus. o !
of the United States. Shortly afterwards an ally, by a blocade of the Elbe. i, written i he.bt".Jitr | (bisapprebensionswasthe
ATTORNEY AT LAW, I. office and bo the safest to do it by .thrt ned oijTip
agent opened an agency ; upon certainly way and.honoTaiw 15AIXBEJDGK, CEO OF TOE it MORTAR, complaint being made, Mr. Crampton desired tingoff'the supplies and no ,time .h to be United States. Bank, of \,.bi.c hhe. .JY t %fo derf 7nf IJ O
\ TILL pive prompt attention to all business entrusted made that the each decided st iliac | | il-_ .'Vi ">"..'*'r. S .
that it ,might be public British l sin\ taking) a p. tb '"Times' A w. '
to his carci:in tho Counties of Thomas, .? & has been in. -.: '. ;! .Jt ri ft I.)..
14 three four
Beatnr and Talhhatsee. Government did not recruit, or raise soldiersin Lord Qlarerifynr. sent or ,hip. rightly.informed its p" be' :' :
Baker, Dangberty Calhoun, Early Clay.February Corner of Clinton and Monroe struts, opinions, ; says .
tfLOXG the United States, and he madeJtnown his war to the mouth. of the Elba Imm V ; v4- -
17, 1855. % January 19, 1856. 8 will meet uith universal P :
i instructions to \Tr. Marcy, who then express- Uiy might.have seized;or nt U. events. 'R T1% whatiiilfajajii aw t.,

: & GALBRAITH, cia.ssoIIs,: White Lead, &c. i ed himself 8ntilfl d. 'Thepassage of person tain d sixteen cargoes contraband. re ; hand the- ? Times".dis. come.. rfp b* step.ilw/Mff; rjnv, .dpoi,;;

4f R! n T.I4vit E.f A., .BOXES Wiadow Olasi.;assorted airei, 100 wishing to go'to Canada: enlist! was ,paid, ly here,, ami now' balf'w y. on: 'their rOA not been"righjly informed, crime a,A"ow'iW mysjirili: nihorofmMrreurVwJw
,.JL LOJlOated > saeei- 2' 00'. 1CegiWbit.Iea&puN.eztra&NoI. '; and : Kane"laid down the;rule, that to Russia.". ... i iEf of.eiab.SHCiijliJbimi&TC '- ''Ii,
Mr (l.\Lna LTH base* Judge <. 0 : -/gasqn,; .rG! doubt'4; al.. U>eroft lrerjaiiM practice Law.-.- They SbarreULlDMedOil, 1 'par,the.'J passage-.of men, ,'tot a'fo'!''i port/and This may not be "undue barah esl" in ;: !np'al! vrilTtakeTJt: wffl ndibo', .ct'' ; .a d..L, .
,*fll,attend,tb csJurU w&Z.WJdle. Cireuit&; the Su: Ti rd?i1.,:; then,to enlist them,.was n&lviolation.ofjntef*. opinion'of .llie" 'Grob "'Kur jf'.'unf u ; nevermore. .r -di l.n"/aj .W* tliOUsaijdsI.: .

L1..t Courts//ahd"the"Distrlet( 1 'Qafrtfol: th.:EThIL.dtta1lahUN 'SO Cd.Zfigl'SncTalnt bnek1gUI L Fireproof; Vaia_. _"'(bbl.: ,:'tad t! titht'Frlw9iI.V :natia1Ja': : !!"t.: > "Fr ra .the commencement'lhBrUi .- would! l lnations b .ft gluing 1 : : IoTTtn. :oftb .f4 i pi&Cc'ra I' ,;t i'Y'any I thanppiitiidn -0i,*?yfi5S t.r& ,tb l1 e.onU'Mm *n! tbii .

appnii"tJat Ua.t1L18H. Cs1YitvWs ,. ...1-, hGOTe: rrimen t'have 'disclaimed ., '! V .' j : behe'v4t'o *11bCf: :etpflein1 rum opld, Jetr 1 1f pinfshmenU/. ,
qmri. baJTet. atr.ta.1 all i intenUonTof infrlngrng the 'laxvjof ,Since these'few.retjia. ks'have; 'Seen In : l54.I could never bViar'. ': ; thJinHfc ..-
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if i. 'T' Lj # t? vitanJ: 'C rrwiJU i f ;.f; U '!1ierJntentio l.llt. ""ti9naU.'. c0. g6ternmehtteraut; t.n' eepTng us_:hi(the:' ; .-. 'i eouriri'heCabt.. J, lRIJ\ .- *l tUimO.fi: .
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We !have received the proceedings of,a'One I to ''Cittten," should havebeen, COWinfandedby I .. the order in'which &lf'JI1mes here appear.Yon ., nat1j''ex1sta1I'overtheL ; .and are:corroding :- been with friendi'from 'the'Sotfthibj the I dd "it'L.rr .a.je. *ti _he
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I the.wy'vitalaut tbe'bo4 ; '
1. Democratic meattn*. teteflty hedJnjJeferaon'County ) a Brigadier.General, Companies.In the service of the&i 3flLds.znount.and :/ -** E ,pass reports-1'.bad( seen 1nibeStLols Democrat (t1 iii istliGwd of Wied. scot:.ti
consists or / one1' Bri oll'er-tb iheinsclves foot muretsbouI&they into_ oblIVIon/And such a reconciliation wni.fo1tP :
ooeYAdjutant General
i whlcfe *ro unavoidaUy postponed and"I feared that there,had
and other for tb.n4'. Mtr.
'OumN..ltt papers
: do will l.eddei'sueJa .cqm'n9. '
to Appear in the. extnum1eroftMs,. aver. gideInipector, one Brigade Quarter-mast r, to n..1"you.J.hn ,Monroe. ;aa mlhe. ease of*'thinoantedOumpanies ; .as will'ToIly' indemnify the* West for been many .violations orj law by the Pro-sli.II Witf" SU'P.n. aDd*, tecI-,')

one'Brigade Paymaster: $Brigade Surgeon, .bo" anihnria d. ,-, any-present .neglec/anJ work, out. for.us an 'ii' &
We resign ji; large Space, t In IisBor.Jo, two %id le-eamp and one Judge Advocate, Should the Companies decline to.disnionnt then you amount of ,general.happiness and prosperity,, 'y mon m out: 1\e.r/ ', .
ire authorized to propiJrehVraK'iogof: two'fooiCippaniea tl"T now so well satisfied] that they have not been :t, t4ztt.
: the presentation' tsfa v&rety.ot: corrospondcoce to rank,. ,as Majors.. Here 0 would. ,have been on frontier"as lOOn as'prafctkaUe, aod tender ,vbIchhouId a'Q'r l o'price tho 5oothr thatLde- tbe 1. Ie. (
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,embracing-aa ceedingly' interesting .Brigadier 5 v w",Gerndeght-Majors; .i in tbeir-service* to OoL Monrxwj, ia '.oomplUoca wIts that figures 'can tf compute.: Art'example"of properly j ldJ aD" f -- ..'
one hi. requintion of the 20th ult. sire to aid by'the publication ,of the"accompany hands,'o9t iQe MT ovtJ affttf'iwptirusbedj $
)letter from a gentlemAn ofcdistinclipn in Kauns thefield, -what fort :Why, to command_ one ,On tbe Companies. accepted by Cot Monroe being magnanimity' such aswe; have:.{intimated; on ( elirt estaWfcbfng a''more correct thVoqghjH&'ordiBinof $ei4ji t'2

I Territory, to the lion W. G. M..Davis of Battalion I r We are.unable'to fix the salaries mustered into.the serviceofthe. United States you the part of the people of the. West would be ing ,the country; Jbai JMMI triippdiateoTbj
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this city. The plan proposed by Mr. Davis, of these officers, having no information on Stated will of' course'. muster. ,them out. cf i,the f service of',the:' alike i complimentary to,their, hearts'. .an.ct. understandings ," opinion.Of the. writer ,of. .the. l letter I can- .say'I'bo/ is ,Ue kAtie*,'*&Wbw" iaothoritji

in his accompanying, addressed to the the subject but i it will be'less.than the amount You 'will'ute 'yorir best .exertinnsto to procure from and would exert a happy influence "'openly ,st at .d 4oaeHl frotltj
Col. Monnieth'd acceptance offtll-tlie Volunteers in a modest; dignified, and, retiring gentleman, suggest that people take'.'fewe&Lg
Editor this paper, to. remove the free soil to call 1 U a charge of twenty.thousand dollarsA the service or the State, and until such acceptance is : upon. those elements antagonism of who is not bitty,in his judgment nor the Miawori:your ifcP" eat, VM' of
one ; -
Antipathies. : Free Stale Emigrants, i is .both ; nr. Should the Governor have undertaken procured, you will if possible iudoce him to ration and which they complain so bitterly. statements reliable papdrJfwai aiir--.
forage the State '' violent in his feelings :llis are tW JrtSttoto.way .
novel and1 felicitous, and in our opinion bas without law, to'have officered the troops You are further Troops.authorized to tender, wilhout awaiting The rumor that the Executive had vetoed entitled to the highest credit because- -&of his write:ytf, .fn"Ifr' 1ItIoa.'to .

only to be tried to demonstrate its entire feas so expensively, he might have had ."TaxPaJ"er" epeciiil additional1 iustrnetions from this de- "'An act to amend an act'to incorporate the for lands i ill Kansas, th tiUe*.,dtc dWlfeleer

ibility. The graceless scoundrels would jump performing for him a similar serviceto pjirtment.snch'Voltmteer'forcfl' may be regularly United Fensacola and Georgia Railroad Company"providing high sense of honor, and strict regard now by sayioff that there wiU Iw no: .'
admitted into the service 'of live- etaiet.t tbe truth also because' Le has always been remarkable -
as in of titles '
at the bait! with all the greediness of half- that now being rendered by '* Citizen." Instead States officer ommRn ling nn tbeFrootfer, whenever for branch roads in the West i* respect as they will"e. t.
he additional forces. for a calm dispassionate judgment. the General Government after tin .
starved Hyenas.- of doing this, however, the Governor induced may require will without foundation. It was approved nnd is of the'Indian .tWr
this all
Yuu r p"rl regularly to department I believe his high respect for integrity and guisbment w._
the :Federal authorities to receive a your acts under this appointment. and give such information embraced in the published acts and resolu- other to any land in the eoontrv Tb ..
The last of Indian of order.to be such, that he would not
account an massacre be interest ia reference to the good
of the Companies into their pay and as nrny prog tionsofthe last General Assembly. If here has been :one. of extreme rigor and
portion any servrt
of the Ahtfia'settlers in South Flor. ruse ofrc'Uovn1. J(. 4'Sined sanction such outrages as are charged '
it portion any
service, while the balance, which he is also ( ) JAMES F nOOME rights intended to be centred by this law ty-snow has' been oq.the! ground for '(wo '
ida, we believe to be incorrect, as no allusion P. S. Sliould an emergencynrise! which will require upon the pro-slavery] men in Kan!*s. months, from 15 ta20$idcbes, deep. '' .
that be
them with all have been improperly withheld .
it made to it in recent numbt-rs of the Penin- urging upon may the purchase of mpplies fur tfie subsistence tt'RlI''ra-| say The writer of the letter holds a hi"h Very .Re ectfully j .'
needed, are employed by the State. \"c submit nly of the State Troops you will give receipts for the I! them by compulsory process in the Courts Yonr.obedient '
feulaV/ t>'f:dates subsequent to the origin of till'diffic'lt office under the Government of the United servant :
and to this "
to Citizen" if the course pursued by the same report department. of the State. There at least, justice can be I. S s; c. a
as given in the Savannah and JAMES E. BROOME. States.
Executive was net the best, under the pecuniary had, nnd there it will be obtained when applied '
other papers.The While I am on the subject cf Kansas, 1 Extract., .
circumstances of the treasury ? for. It is a that would .
Read th article on the firt page entitled strange policy, that has itself -
will make a suggestion presented 0. BOARD STEAarKrVAXDIISII.T .
proceedings of a large and'respecta. But we alleged that the Governor had at Tho Rritish recruiting question in a nut inaugurate a system of legislation, partial in to my mind after noticing the efforts of February 2&b, J856.S,> '

of E. F. his command no sufficient means for payingor she'l.! It i is from its character, and revoltingly discriminatingin .
Lie m.' ting of the citizens Alligator an extract a pamphlet recently my friend Major.Buford Alabama, to place We were detained in the Port of ceau

number ef the Advertiser" rationing even the troops be had received, issued i in London which establishes its purposes.
I appear in a late tWHY pro-slavery voters in Kansas at great trouble Keys two days by raioy, weather, whieli pi-

expre-fing! commendable sympathy for our for any considerable time. To this" Citizen" conclusively] the charge of a wilful violation, MR.-'- FILLMORE SIGNED.L TIlEFUGrrIE and expense, and with but little guarantee as vented taking in cargo. This detention'".

I frontier citizens; which we ,will endeavor to objects, and tells us that the Executive has on the part of the Uiitish Government and number of those he will that forded an opportunity for.a demoastratioo.-
SLAVE BILL. to a great carry Among the
publish in the next week's issue. authority to borrow money from :\Oyof the its agents, of the laws of the United States, passengers was Brown
the State has funds of her The New Albany Tribune, the Fillmore they will not desert to the enemy. My suggestion of your city, and a sprinkling( other Know
funds and that own
in recruiting men for their military sen-ice. in 'Indiana that Mr. Fillmore is this : Instead of raising money to Notliings, who, together with some on'board
Governor ,
The aid the Indians. Citizen" has organ says
sufficient for the emergencJ.U It is this is british in of the steamer Madison
true, authoiity favor send white men to Kansas to vote to makeit then lying in the.Port

The querulous correspondent Citizen" favors perhaps forgotten that since the passage of the American side of the question, and as gave his official. sanction to the Fugitive Slave State invest the in discharging, thought they would not let saea

the public with a reappearance the the act of '53, the largest of these funds has such has produced a marked sensation on the bill because we have got other laws on a slave money negroes a chance pass by without an effort to'enlighten

which our hearts were set, that we could and send them under proper persons to Kansas the qniet citizens of the Key, in the'
the Governor
columns of in of the hands of
the Alligator Advertiser, reply been taken out 011,1
other side of the water but will this
not have had not that law been and when there sell them at a low figure tories of the Dark Lantern, and the.fflIgreat.
defence of Governor Broome. He and in the hands of got, passed ,
to our and Comptroller, placed '
writer confound with shame did S iul the
,jis of its
i the free State mystery hybrid genealogy aadfiiproteous
credit to emigrants sent ,
also] and on a
because in doing he but
i so was
all motives in for different and that the
disclaims feelings Truetees ,
improper or a purpose conformation.
Jews at Damascus those fewantiAmericancitizens :'a'
.- I' out the 'Kansas Emigrant Society" of Accordingiy 'toriventio"
and his article both in control it-that the carrying out one of the great principles of by called
matter retains due
the ; present State no over on this side, including tho venal alll' was in and solemn (arm,
I the North who would buy readily no doubt
authorized loan the other the party which elected him-that the consisting delegates from the
fctyle and temper, is a decided improvement Comptroller was to editor of the National Intelligence of foreign personal tsrbetearaers
of the executive and straightway become good pro-slavery and the mate or cook,(I am not certain
on hi. last. liJ the article now under consideration two funds teethe Towns and Counties in the birth and of the Senators from opinions on mere questions ,)
one profligate of be men. What do you think of the plan from a Northern Brig then, loading/tad:.a
loaned policy, ought never to brought
assumes some positions State-that they were so except a- Massachusetts, who have' endeavored to 1 '
deputaticn appointed to
Yours truly, pnicard'a, : broom
into conflict with the will of the :
which,.we think are untenable, and asserts bout seventeen thousand dollars, which the thwart the success of American diplomacyby : peoples' rep G. M. DAVIS. for the ..performaae The 'rnimniiitiii

some,things without, ns.wc believe, having'a j General Assembly borrowed by ]law at its ad- attributing to the administration the design I resentatives, by an arbitrary exercise of the -.W. with all eommehdable; $1 patcb'reported 4"**

propej.knowledge" the'('facts. '. |journed session';-so that the whole fund up. of bullying the English cabinet, that it might I veto powcr." DONALDSON'S, K. T., ) village school' house. ;as the' resalt. of. '... .
have advised his The Tribune also informs its readers that search, *
Cit n"wiUmes that the law of 1853. on which Citizen" would exert an illegitimate influence the I February 20, 1856. ] ,
upon approaching
: made.)(the'duty. of the Governor to raise the Excellency to have relied to meet the expenses Mr. Fillmore would just ns readily sign bills Where words learned length smi tiiood'ff. ,
Presidential election. The Know 'V. G. M. DAVIS, Esq.,
*** would
small restoring the Missouri restriction, and repeal likely to,rouse the dormant.', f ;
Brigade be commanded.by Gen Johnson, I of the'Brigade, is reduced to some '
; Nothing oppocition to President Pierce is in Dear Sir:-Your letter of the 7th of Jan- of the few honest and nhsospicioaj cUa \ :
theGeneral ing or amending the Fugitive Slave law.- "
an.! tfiat'his Excellency attempted to evade -I sums collected:.since the adjournment j of some of its aspects strikingly unique, evinc. uary, owing to the irregularity of the mails a lively'sense of the btrantiea of*the .j '

tho-responsibility We ar.6 rprised.t Asscmb.lv." and. entirely insufficientfor ing that degree of unmitigated Semin'-lian We have not the slightest doubt but that: the from the snow, for the last 6 or 8 weeks, did order, and itsmorebutjfid. inteo'b lt: j .

such:.an assumption, and should be still moreso rationing the? prcsent'force for'any considerable malevolence] which is fully described, in the Tribune is correctly informed upon the sub. not reach me till yesterday. I shall have to macy with thy bright and fllnwnrt! I\t''fi

were -we certain that Citizen" is an officer length of time. joct. defer answering some of your enquiries till tions of its' Northern1irn3nary.: 1)i.r ''. '
following stanza : i I -_- some future time; I can not refrain, however, of preparation'* waa duly'gfrea .iy.tiiting J I''ij

otrank. All laws for raising or recruiting But Citizen" charges the Governor with MI loath ye with my bosom I I QCERy-Did the Legislature t of Florida at the present time, from answering such of of an old Steamboat: .1 \ :J&r. '

,, forces, whether' by the Federal or ,State neglecting to supply the troops in the serviceof I scorn ye with my eye I some years since, /ote to give Capt Norton your letter as relates to tho character :and the occasion._ ,,shoreT' )) iDcfti. I ll 4:
f '
Governments, are addressed, as a matter of the State. It is known that communication Ajh I'll taunt ye with my latest breath, I i a rifle, for his services against tho Indians? conduct of the Border Ruffians,"as the Mis- and *-'J'e t conyocatros,.. .v"W''i'' -. '

course, to the President or Governor, as the I with the East was interrupted in January .And fight ye till I die. I: Has the rifle so voted, been presented to him ? sonrians or pro-slavery part,} here, are called. SteaDlbo, h_ .' '.iliRtii( ;'

case be, because these are the commanil and that letters were detained. We find 1 nVer will ask yc quarter1, I If not, when will it bs ? Can the Floridian My observation and experience since I hare t. B'c} 'A d" def ,I''._: :>".,/"
I I Ai> I ne'er.will be.your slave; I answer ?WakuUa Times. been here confiimall the reliable information, the"Oh! man e1ouiut" h'- ,
rs in-chief'under their respective .governments that 'on tbe 12th of January, the Governor l
4 But ujl swim the sea of slaughter, I The Floridian] cinnot: answer, as the incident ,which have received from others ; and I can abijjj.. and force, IthoogtftoWjOyifSr I"i.
; but who ever heard of a President orGo'ernor advised Capt. Casey of his acceptance of Till I sink beneath the wave." alluded titate with perfect Trulh-that no"class of people ..- "feast of reaacn and a flow .f tool"

e turning recruiting: officer and rai three companies, and requests the U. S. officers It- __ J to transpired anterior to our set I can be found anywhere any State, '" What falling( oft wu there ny oaatrrmeo r-

ting companies.1{. .Thecbmmandcr-m-chiefis to ration them temporarily. On the 4th The.Recession of West Frorida. tlement in Florida. North or South, that are more peaceable, orderly The old ba knied, stereotyped slang, ccw

: .charged with the 'duly and he extends the order I of February this reqnest is renewed in a communication With ')}erlinps one exception, the entire Col. McQueen -Mclntosh- of Jacksonville ruffians and law" abiding statement, than that these same be"found border vamped and;Ve-moddelled*, fettered and g3t

his officer. It i is true that I the officer at any may for the occasvou. He set forth that a Deroo*
to recruiting to commanding has been the President _,
I press in the Western portion of the State appointed by and con- ia the St. LouU Democrat, or in the correspondence crat was not a Democrat but sort.of .f
tbe Governor might have extended the order Tampa, and also made a part of the Agent'sbnsinss have commented upon an article, which appeared firmed by the Senate, as United States Dis of Northern Free Soil and Abolition mint whose elimentarj formation .couH.oe arr .

S to some other officer, but who would he more to urge it. The Executive bad no in the Floridian] & Journal of the 2d trict Judge for the Northern district of this papers, to the contrary, notwithstand be sustained! by a certain edible be.caBed

: appropriately? have charged, with the duty reason to doubt that the Volunteers were re ult, in which we recounted some of the rea State, vice' Isaac H. Bronson deceased. iag. 8poileTents( under a late administration'probably i

than''GcnC Johnson, who was to be the commander ceiving rations until (the receipt of his letters It must be remembered that for nearly a having! confused his, memory aa to

sons that induced the application by the Executive CENTRAL AMEHICA.-A Washington correspondent year, after the Kansas bill was passed and the terms.) He, proved, Ob, roost e ncIey ,
: of the troops when organized I Gen of the early: part: of March, when he promptly] ;
S of the veto power to intercept the writes : Private loiters to membersof Territorial officers had been appointed under proved, that'. Ahig is the pure embodiment,.
Johnson his orders the for their
in turn extends through despatched means necessary present passage of a resolution providing for the it, there was no organization of the territorial of the Whig if the Revo1ution.-tbatttbTo.

Ins Acting Adjutant.General, Col. M. Whit subsistence, and we hazard the opinion mutilation of Florida ; a measure'so geographical the Cabinet have given them great unea*U government ; that during this interval, emi- ries of that day wero not the Federalista of after _

; Smith, who invites individuals in the different that he will furnish supplies while there is one ness on the subject of Central America. It grant aid Societies were organized at the days-nor the bybred.IWJiig.Know4josIing.American.Republiean.Fedeya .'
I. pregnant-with misfortune to the State'sprosperity is averred that thti four Central American North by whose means steamboat load after
sections of the State t to recruit Companies, dollar under his control [ of tfek,
and wellbeing. that, we could] not steamboat load, of Northern emigrants were
hut that the
which have day spotless
states themselves of
leagued agninstVaker's ; mantle thosa.oJd
ordered the We have thusat the
that the length explained
kc. kc. Legislature
:< -so
: ,
into the not for the of
forbear fomenting the spirit that promptedand sent Territory, purpose war-worn Patriots had' fallen this .beutK
\ ] on
$ Governor, who in turn ordered the.General, course adopted by Gov. Broome. We do so desired its accomplishment. Thp Hicaraguan government, are pre actual ,settlement and permanent residence, ously conglomerated parry. And 'Ob whata

who. again.ordered his; Adjutant, and he ordered from no obligation to him, but as a simple act grave paring to throw themselves upon Great Britain but in direct violation of the spirit and letter multitude! of purities it did cover! I B.
proposition with no. favor elsewhere and to invoke its protection from the inroads of the Kansas bill to interfere with the subject -
the intended Captains, who arc really justice to a public functionary. We should \" ; proved that Gen. Jackson once issued a'very
than in the country west of the Apalachicolariver of filibusters from the United States slavery, and prevent that settlement of bloody proclamation and how the .
the recruiting. officers. This is the way in condemn his course. did occasion require it, I SouQs
which wo believe such services are generally with the same freedom that we commend where the imprt' siof.i', obtafni i very generally and further, that promises of money and oth. that much vexed and dangerousquestion which Carolinians ididn't at all like it Dd bo. evidenced .
:. with the citizens-: that i injustice has the ordinary emigration from other portions of the downfall and extermination(the
sinews of have been .uade them
performed, jinl veItaie: no reason- to doubt what he does right ; and wo submit, that un. been done them in the legislative distribution er war to bf the Union,would in the natural order things, corrupt Democratic 'party ia th" triumph of

that it met the approbation of Gen. Johnson derail the circumstances, it is but sheer jus- of the benefits, arising from the Internal Improvement British agents. have settled without disturbing the quiet of the his own, in the election of the pure Mr.liaaksl

himself,'nor ,do we believe that he now'censures tice that those who write for the press should people here, or the tranquility of any sectionof I can't tell all he did and did n t prove, for &
Fund. This is a serious accusation THK NICARAGUA ARMY.-A correspon- the Union. And it is believed indeed thereis ,
tire Executive for devolving this'duty inform themselves of all the facts, l before as- want of time; but yon who doubtless, koow
4 injustice, which, if ,well founded, U dent of the New Orleans Delta, writing from no doubt of the fact,that Gov. Reeder allowed which the wind sets tell
who in the absence of to way can me herMpe
.upOi! hUU. sailing one indeed sufficient to warrant tliu unnatural desire Granada on the 2Sth ult., says the followingis this interval to elapse to enable Northern abolitionism what new aspirations have seized 'tae-

Let it not be supposed, however, for a mo.msntth the contrary, is entitled to Their confidence.We to forestall(so to speak,) public opinion venerable upon
i of cutting loose from th, parent stem, a correct list of the number of men in service gentleman. If so, pray write me at
: & in defending the Governor on this hope the Advertiser will lay theso remarks for here on tho slavery question ; that he kept Memphis, for I have considerable curiosity on
their! destinies
and engrafting: the polityof capable duty :
before readers. upon the people here ignorant of the time at which the *: _
; point; we c .!um Gen. Johnson.. In our opinion its subject. Yours, .
another! and strange prople. Not being At Granada, Co! Fry's com. num. 347 men. the territorial elections were to be held, while .

p each discharged their duty, and that conversant with the legislative history of the At Leon, Skeritt's 383 Northern abolitionists knew the fact there is '

; thorfailarc to raise .thts>Brigade at that time CEX. CARTER'S LETTKK OF APPOINTMENT.EXECUTIVE subject, we cannot speak authoritatively of At San Curios, Capt. Litons 83" no doubt ; and there is as little doubt that he FOR TUB FLORIDIAX & JOURNAL.'
was. properly attributable to causes bt''ondtheC j : : CHAMBUS.-- -A)1T At Castillo, Lieut. Bald wins 9S.' connived at, if he did not in factincite Northern MARIONCOUNTY,March 5th. 1856.
the incorrectness of the
: ntro\f'dther. AJ.un.\jSEE, FLA, February 4, 1856. j jGEN. correctness or weigh. At Chitiendaga,Cot.Saunders I 25" fanaticism to do its dirty work here. You Afr Editor : A murder was committed in

'., fi'Citiz concedes that Gen. Carter the .JESSE CARTER. Tampa. Fiords: : ty charge of imputed wilful malversation on At Rivas, Major Brewster's 147'c can readily imagine the class of populationthat Marion County on' the night of the first of'

-. SIR-The recent hostile demonstration on the part the part of past Legislatures.: It is to be At Masaya, Capt. Averat's 91 would avail themselves of abolition aid March. Saturday night at about half past
in this State render it
Go\..IJroom is of the Indians remniuiD necessary -
Special Agent appointed by that; the Executive Dep.irtmect hall have a hoped, however, for the credit of the State, Convalescailts various hospitals 28 to get out here ; and if you were here on the 7 o'clock a man came up to.&he gate at the

; a marvellously proper man, and that ho has confidential Agent in the immediate vicinity) of the that our western friends have fallen into a spot, a inere superficial glance, would satisfyyou residence William Millican and ha ed. A

; discharged the trust committed to him withCommendable fr ntier and you are heieby apjxrfnted a Special Total, 1202 of the real quarter in which ruffianismand son William Millican went to the gab andpassed .
Agent of the State of Florida, without military rank, misconception of this wholu matter ; if, on Besides in this of and violence be found. i within of the
promptneSS Bat unfortunately a corps city composed lawlessness are to through, a few feet
t with the performance of such duties as
i I we fafled to tell'Ciiizel1h what compensation and may charged from tim to time be required of you by the Executive tha contrary they have riot, and injustice: baa Quartermaster and Commissionary Clerks, The irst. blood. that.was...shed- in the. Territory. person haiJj g. He announced his ,Min

And authority. bepn done them, by nny.(;department of our citizens, &c., numbering 136 men. was shed by an abolitionist-, against whom which was .of course fictitious, and that i.
then ]
the Agent. was.. .to receive.. his While actually engaged in the service of the State State Government, we say'emphatically: it is 1" -'- there is a true bill for murder, and who is now was on a scout and wished to *ee Mr. MtDi

tnnet appointment is. so.distressingly singular nnder the this npppointnient of three dollars, you will diem be, and allowed all reas-and in the highest degree reprehensible and should A Card.A a fugitive from justice, and lecturing in the can. It was quite,,dark though he distinctlysaw '
']-'He' &$ no rank This is truly a paid Northern States Kansas affairs to abolition the unknown Ilia declined
of upon person. stranger
enable travelling pt'rfODal expenses, which have the earliest attention ofthe ensuing General large number citizens of the newly
piCy; !" Perfcapn; however,, 'ivben 'the General may be necessarily incurred in the discharge of the of" crowds, and inciting them to aid in the going in. The son-went in sadie-'

the for'his ,duties assigned you. : Assembly.! organized County Liberty" recommendto purchase of weapons,and in furnishing means, formed the father of the man,:who desired to

.:. Assembly! appropriates money pay (Signed) JAMES E. BKOOME And we conjure tho inhabitants of West the Democratic Convention, about to assemble to resist the laws of the Territory. There see him, who directljl went out followed closely -,
fix Us Rank as did of another Governor
: they"will they of Florida.a. Florida, to withhold for the'present the jgitation at Madison, the name of Gen. W. E. have been several other homicides committed by his sort He.approached the gates *f

: Special Agent den. Hopkins, in 1853. Upon OF INSTBCCTIOX/I/ TO GEN. CARTER. of the. unpleasant t. question, precession, Kilcrease as a candidate for the office of in the Territory, concerning which, my position extending his hndto pen.It, the,.'iia t.

.: this MRportoaTsabject: of Rank, however, we LETTER renders it improper for ,me to speak, butI shot him though,Uwil. .JJ.e ( II
Governor of the State of Florida
i another and if at
until ) please finaleul'orf is en.
? that here not.remv4uidil 1 1b"
': art Cit information. would suggest nobody ever gives Thi' body was
not able to give TALLABASCKB, Fix, February 4,. '&. rOE ma'oVin suing elec'ion] next fall.. Should biB name stantly. :' "" _
the records of theE our, legislative tolsecure. the least credit to any account of them,which order of th.,Jvy of'i aettt the, t'
t We have preured'fmm JESSE CARTM: whatever of right belongs to,their'section.Justice .- be selected, by the Madison Democratic Convention appears in any free soil or abolition sheet, eitb* morning'*tIO o"I t1obqsa1thjurT
of the letter of, Sit A* I peeial Agent of this SUte, are hereby ..
- Kii i.e' f5c .
ja copy aprpoinfoieoM their .candidate' for tbe office of i in the Territory or out oUt the St.:Louis ltel n.oI.. ..ar
required,'on yo*r armal on the frontier, to inspect and moderation claim this. much at as er 1 J W'."'.O ,'. was .
: i and:
: coed to the Special Agent, and publish them Sparkman Capt F.M. Durraoce. Capt. W. RKendrlck .. c. '. I ( he of dace by them to regular intern,their leaders ..,:_d. .", Ii *. '_i.1IIIU from County Liberty.March
; CaptAbrafl'JObfllOflfld CapL ;r y O.Letley. in behalf of thejr !gbtby intelligent J and .new and,'when they. have' ,bad no of ti.4A -11
: 4 with this article.. This j is all we can do for each = ** 'j her*'recently, : carrying away th* :eariikg .'
will allow'to 1
You Company Captain, I energetic c representation f Ihlioflext 20,,1856. LIBERTY.. attack from .
mt: hIi1i4'r' First Lieutenant-1 Second Uratenaatv war Serf eanU, ., Legislature earthly cansett apprehend 'any piercing the i heart aad.1. aM.loikid ,'

.." in >* to a four Corporal, two; iniaieunp..and> 0Venty Are pri- we'feel: l gired.wi 1,ajjqitn>4ers'to the ny. *.rter.wbtn all other people bare neath the skia at the ,right-border ofHWVscapula. -,

:: says,wa,were error,. .the vatcs,aad such of the abor! ecmmaad*as conform to 15tiafet0i:9reii.i i : I adntwge bieh haveaccrued Problem. .- v been, quiet, have had their guards and aenti.nelsamund'.Ivrelce ..-.la!lhlowaan. six \" ".**.

j: numberjof troops in the ,serriceWe tb. i'sUndaroYand.! '_.J ..are t'eompoMd.(eiBcifotjmen, r. / -tyw.9 *-* .; ? On. surveying, two rectangular, Iota, of ,: ,regularly,.as if in were extzscttVOU IUIdUIiIJ tht4$4thi :
by past legislation -* '
-" .trro.ai. !" 4.- !JPOr 1WQ UJ. w."RrIifaatfi.. t.J J ep'or., it, found that the' ,the war'havegtbered and collected __
S Ol"W'( '..rvet 'and. State ; ground was sum of two time of provisions :ai.i 4,1, .l. f
t"l 1o.
the the' krJ'flOjenjbytd
dons of < ; In the "
t : i \&r.In tbiste1taent8ubkrkb% tutountlfari. breadths was'36.rods,and the'wm of the two / m1 oitio -& :and have: actuallyrepresented the load it" i."e riM '..
I't \ \ .IL 'i' :..1" ,':' ., *QW l' ..deere, by 'the W4 tmission. 'iheraselves ''to' their Northern lilf
$ rtiA d 1wI e..y.I. w re)1 -.t.wtW. e: ." "iF' < .- vwfl,' It H.,- a J igt waVj9 rod and, 'alladngu; tbecIis. their. passage through,the cbe t.wtft ta> .
rO i Ta painfully. ,. and boul4v/l! nd brethren in a/state/ of ,for.the "
.ai. /t'. 1IpO unjust ,49tt be ? as. siege pGrnpsedoubUess d I the jzgpaLtcera.. e'q.-.iIf'
TI & {;,t Lhu.bpro41e4git8st 'fti'fm'a, tance... ,round ube. l Ipt. .. was .8, .rpC's more.. .thanro' ana' Mrk
,. ;UQI= :rectified, and (HhattfompM) jri?tt. t ii'; it ,' { '-' _.1- of(: hastening emigration,; ofblackening'and is thrown into 'feteM 'i } hOOd,tiricl W- pfMTh 6ef
iEzcptive. nd the .other two
b ; yet the lotsawereof the character
I* .t ., \ t._... "..'. I kr (. i iP-OD 4i&t-1liH d be in the power.of. this I ;JOu&1'to keep of destroying" ,eillu1bXWUOVerMStMdI' '
...C Cjt i,.,'.a i.' f1iIt.we' .u"ero r toT on command, and the dale upon which. ;.di .ledrridMl.of may equal area. Request the dimensions of each the*"Border Rt tBa L This terra, *Bontor IoU attach,|o any 004.tiva ., IIIea "2 DI

: rtJ._oU j't.t'stJill, i.ilt. "\ !' rush eonuwd. .eotered opon sach service.. ,.aod report there' ma r"\ 'griewine, f r.,the entire lot:. ';Bai! odir"DaiArir; Ruffian," i U not,considered,hero ad'ft.tern of NortK CaroUoa, J' r MUllb Thi-
4'i_ th1aUflgg f : ,Jt's-'j th' ww lovtod JI\ o : a !i *Am. : ? TPU Jota f motUls' ,:I i' > 't 4i>i1* 1"ft.FI.H" "": : '
E wJUteodtrtfliBwetg ( It 'barks wd| interval between \ f .i
-tw.ftcUftt-"oQ: ; a
: if n Ww bOGcmt (ttrTbiS resulrof tb* annual'town' compliment, or s t. "t'
hi Y1iJthe .. .M : meeT'
: fb ti fc>1i! A.eommUcl ote4atn.'I ,.r; ....r ':4 'f" '.< :" 1.n&Gtq -' ,'t-:4I: _
'-- ;.1:' f 1b "! iJ t'" > the abolitionists Maaeachuietts-aid-: .
1na1bk pa ** rr-- : .
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c'rn ( "I ,, : ) u..t.lr.tlttl
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IOth ;
!.t- ; ': ,niea-ttj-'W1., chVoold.''reZLW t'iv.1fiviTbr eommaod ,bii'not vet beenreoognized UJQ. tbifreatierMrrW.ind d'1f Aba, _', to p{ thuui_ hei. d; ..e n'lt. ., .have. I'been""-,' .dUaitrous. ,.., .": '.. ness and tm&ahoestyiofpro which Ietr, to.tti.T ".r.if.
Soli CL' .., ......, mtutt:'''eoafonntd to' ta rd tei 1rntrf'b}'i I .th b ei i' ; Irnnurv notl j 5nFwhrver .* ;* .
i3k'arihM: !4fl1iMreh. Of-A MW f $"If'.! !takrixM > the vlSSHe was are jQltl1. ti Ab6ast.of ..Border..Ruman..1' ''M. 0.i antJft-Jfto i1W.i.J"( "
.:t .. ,.-}:9"fIfftCllt. rK via"!lonr.AiS1I1'l .:!'iI\f\.. ,., ..l.. to bit doi1jhd to.bi.j tW; tibeV8iW: $ at !yyLinEfrity: ;. ",IiOhe. I ..,.,'separaioi- .' ',.,t.i....f1l. ,'madi-, :.. .f. '-1. $q'P1'i,J: .t., : J If es.o. aVT couM find 11 palliation"fai* I.U Inl.,'ra'r''t ni"wlZl. : : .:14i't:* 't''I:"-:, !
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verbiage platform, wre thallioiintro3o iI thea PtdagI*

im>e ver tVpng'evideeee oIlfAdia.SouUier ntlishn5enti; iD1hatityrend the eiui.Q1i p. _

n.* Know.NotJng) fgaflv.te &* *icsiooo barrels 'an 32OOi$ 7 .PtopIL1. elboeerinatett L. theyimer : i bkiS7iTi> POOE- 1 f -

fleeL Tb following *riicle rom tfee b ttbsi f jedicJne, to the amount of $700006. *; eici : 8idaflb I r Jf"r- *'-' .* { *"" S most -
i&ue idb. ROOKS the Urgeat ftnq
T fTUB' within fiv* AWJOOW. opening at thctt"QjwANDEXOULNGE _
.wiiig jfrjtSbWf4 (on'reeevvbg teela's'nntk szeept bei ir dyLit caPdt1.s S. tIrb thpH S *** & complete aa- ortment of- ? y >* iSPBIIG

eap ciallj tboae ''passages which"are wMeh'fiTedty notice shall be given forever tweMtj > 1rts ,lUset b obligated r
ORKAT RRSTQRATIVE., thousand pounds reed) at the"Caited-States aM keobrnpraied by tIme '

italicised* : : ... n .: Feycr tnlljnc enrcfiay Dr. M'Lane's mryyiu wChwl% t wiiMassacbnsetU;'Brookhrn, gtar nte j-ecaiml br'Uwi ba' xapetency ef the AND SUMMER GOODS ..

W&TZCB'This S New York, and Ootport, Virgmia roch qBantithw enly guiraftte to ne eertifiw. by-ffie ftarr agcatdutrkt .% .' I 4--t44-; -
0 Lirer pis, of the following sic1edarmaybei4qnh'tdoi r-.' WItOCIII thiUe ti"aI wba .
cIsv* ? of mne1pUa the have to thU Market which they -
| ; s-cal1ed They ever brought ,
tiered from the contractor the bW of thk burro ; to the Barn.
&srd 11S4 JM 'tbIiirtb31; the Onfer. is t Mr.JooatbanHoasbman.of West Union,Park or by the respective commanding by officers of the said, pie**nd dewsription rirlWeB utred,' in the top may desire to porchaaeUeir supplies *i the Lowarr Cxin'PJUCM,* .

before the.public.* ,ll co &isU of.l orces Cbtmt/ Ilfinoi*, writes to the proprietors Fleming navy>y rds*, dpriug the fiscal year ending June 80; ctioo f tr rewpUoaa t ngidromparUon will i_

of faith, *( De.bCiI rin snbstautlnUy as n.the Brosl of Pittsburgh, that be had suffered greatly from 1858. viz: fa made between th articles offered and the saOpIe -*.. / -

c4J arni aotnp near oues.Th* ***ffh *eefirtfcjis. a *eer and protracted attack of Fever and Ague Floor, biscuit, whiskey, sugar, tea coflTw rice, mo- and contract, recemng qon that fall below them ; and rT HKTR STOCK enh-e1. ft? triTl! be *e.thy re.r.n to the following General ll notinsLL lb. la..st -4-
huige vinegar; pickles, beans and dried their mttetrioa: ia also ptfdealarlj difcfed to tie joint DRESS UOQD HOUJUBDLO ;UUOD4.
and apples.The 'atVle LADIES ANt tENl'S .
been polled down and 'in it stead ii.* completely restored t' LaallL 1>y the use rf j and most d JraM % of '
flour rcbT 51-aildtLe act of the -
shall b superfine mul oT the manufartnre "AND WARES and GROCERIES:
the Liver Pills alone. These Pills PLANTATION GOODS .
l bill indictment unquestionably-
jiYonnd a against tbo Pl.rainUU.'vUon ofa'heatgrnwntntheyearl855 or 1856; but rhall 10tlAunstJ8&!: : -
pne of iji,. coanu of ,which is possess grant tonio properties,and can be taken with in all cases be manufactured from wheat of the crop Marth29l86. 1S-4W Laces. ; of Silk Lace, Beragc, tc. all new Boots &,Sb.o *V

lie "repeal of the Missouri Comprooiuc,"and decided advantage far many diseases requiring invig.ratingremedks immediately preceding the dates of the requisition for Tallahassee White and Blacc! Silk Inee. A- and which in the will best be styles of the to season exhibit ? ., ., !
the same ; shall be perfectly sweet, and mall respects o Rail Road Bonds. we and Pump.Vll qaalUm
the present,12Ui'pejpjipn; provides: The ; but the Liv.r Pills stand pre-eminent merican, Saxony, Maltese, Iloniton.Valencienne at all times.Ladiea'. Slippers
of the best quality,, and shall be delivered: in good now offer to Capitalists and others, having English Thread, real ana sues, for Ladies, O Dt4, 'Coil*
tniiatenancp.nnd enforcement of all laws, tinS as a means-of restoring a disorganized Liver to shipping order, free of all charge to the United States, WE money to' invests (75,000 in 'Bonds of five Plait[ and Brussels\ Laces.Embroideries Dresa Goods. dreo and Servants.. -

tUsaiJlavj? aUall be repealed! ,. ordeclared a healthy actioi ; hence the great reltbrity they have in the beet new, well seasoned, sound, bright barrels, hundred dollars -each, issued by the Tallahassee Rail '&c. Upwards of lOG Robs Dresses Matting; Oil Cloth,*kc.

noil an 1 s-oi4.byompet.ent. judicial authority. attained. The numerous formidable diseases arising or half barrels as the cash may be-the staves and EjRtd Co-iipauy having twenty years to ronj bearing of all 'qualities. Black, White and W1tI't1'

." Apart;from the troeisms contained in from a diseased Liver, which so lon baffled tho skill headings to be of red oak of the best quality, strong seven per cent per annum interest, payable semi an- Swiss Mull, Jaconet. Cambric Fancy OoloreJ Silks fir summer 2 4 I ad fl quarter
anti well hooped, with lining hoop around each head, nnd Bands Insert- O'lored M.Uing, 4 ssi 6 qest.i
the first days of Dimity 8atin
nnally on and at the Grenadines.- Painted ,
January July ,
roost oCthe other sections we observe nothing of the most eminent physic-ana of the United! States, and equal in quality to sample barrel at said navy- Bank of the Republic.-New York. lag and Flouncing Plain, Printed, Silk wear Tissues,.Crad. de Paris..India Oil cloth fur floor and UU u stair

wof4hj of note. Native born citizens are now rendered easy of cure, thanks to the study yards; two half barrels to be considered as a barrel, The Company are re laying their Road with a Trail"weighing Embroidered and Hemstiched Un Silk. Bemjre, Canton aid NiMikeeii lieu* and cit l.tb'pb.h.sad l g4 ,.

must he jreler ted to office in preference to and perseverance of the distinguished physician whose and not more than one-sixth the required quantity to sixty pounds per yard, and lightwood en Cambric Handkerchief. Bra- Crape, White and Colored ChalKes. Oiled Curtain,tilt cornices' Curtain
&c. This be in half barrels. CrosMlf*. of them face fifteen inches broidered Book Cap and Basques. Embroidered bands and pins> of
foreignjp. is quite fall from name Ibis great medicine bears-a name which will many showing a Organdies, Printed Jaconets, .
The !biscuit shall be made wholly from sweet superfine placed two feet from outside to outside. When &c.A Swiss CbiaU BrillLmts. .
tn6 oHplatCqrtn and the original basis of theo descend to deseiving of Collars, Sleeves, ,
posterity as one gratitude. flour f the
<> manufacture of the 1855 or
year tbvs Road will
completed with
challenge Printed
-der. Tiien it was an exclusion of all foreign This 5 valuable medicine should always be kept with 185C, but *h.11 in all cases be manufactured from flour any structure of the kind in the United comparison Stales. very Urge selection of the best Fancy Muslins Linens and, Ginghams Lawns,Plaid. Real China Ware Iron 8too

born citizens, now it is a preference for in reach; and on the appearence of the earliest syro- made of the crop immediately preceding the dates of The business of the Road far the last six years war styles of Iloniton, Maltese, Valenciennes. Striped and Plain Jac net.Cambric China Ware Common Plaia Glass Wsns.Fr h
Brussels W&tsetan.Ware.
native born. Instead of oppositions to Cathojics toms of diseased Liver it'can be and the rtquisitiocs for the same; and shall be fully eq-ial rants the belief that'the Company will be a'ble to pay Real Plait and Swiss Tarfcton Naiiwook. Mull &e.
safely usefully Lace' Collars and SetU. English, /
in and conform in size and it
quality, shape, to the samples expenses the interest on the Bonds issued to recon and Paris Muslins, India Twilled! .
thvir old motive have
as was we now Embroidered Hardware. .
; administered. Scotch. Irish, and French
which in the said shall
are deposited navy-yards; struct the Road, and n dividend of eight per cent to Long Cloth. Berlin Ikmnet Cord,
(Set. 5th) the non-selection of any person Purcliasers be careful to ask for Da.M- be properly baked, thoroughly kiln-dried, well acked, its Stockholders from its yearly! Mrumgs. beside the Collars and Sleeve White Fine Bobinet. Silk Thiilcs and Illusions 40 dozen Pocket Koivtai KofrM

who recognizes ny allegiance or ob'igation, LANES CELEBHATED YKB) IFIGE, manufactured by and delivered free of charge to the United States in creation of a sinking Fund sufficient to pay off these and Black Crape Collar and Sleeve Crapes. Florence and M.-.rce and Forks Carvers.Locks Hatchets,

&.C., to any foreign prince, potentate or pov.or FLEHIXCJ BROS of Ver good, sound, well dried, bright flour barrel?, as above Bonds nt maturity. ''" Veils. line Silks, Silk Rotiches American, and Bolts of all kinds Augvs.OM.
Pa. All other
Pittsbvrg described xrljh the heads well secured : or in air m d The Georgia and Pen'wcpla Bail Road and French Prints Files, CfaiseU Draw Euires,Planes.
and who does not take our State and]Federal Company Love Veil, White Black and English Fancy ,
Constitution rules of mifuges, in comparison, are worthless. Dr. M'Lane'sgenuine water-tight vhi&key or sprit barrels, at the option of have let to energetic extractors, on very favorable Fancy Colored di,, Embroidered tc, tc, Cast and Wrought Hinges. Blind
as paramount political Vermifuge also his Celebrated Liver Pills, the burea ? terms, the grading of sixty-miles of their Road sad Lace do. Silk Nett and Bcrage Goods. Fastner, Broad Axes, Chop Axes,
Gents Dress
action. can now be had at all respectable Drug Stores. j\'o rgitniti.ie The whiskey shall be made wholly from grain, it is confidently believed the work will be pushed for- for do. Spring Balances,Waiter*.Tea Trays
We believe that this test has been in force sound and merchantable and be full first proof accor ward to an early completion, and must bring to the White, Colored and Plaid Linen Trace Halters and Fifth CbaiiM.
since the adoption of the first constitution in without the tignatuieof 6 dn!
the Union office holder has taken FLEMING BfOS. shall be delivered in good new, sound, bright three- tributary to it. Trimmed nod untrimmed, of Cloth, Fancy C simeres. BUck T.mg Fenders, Fire Iroos, 'Well
,.as every Sold at all of the Drug Stores in Tallahassee and quarters hooped, well 8ea< ont>d white oak barrels) The fiends now offered form one half the amount to French Lace. English Straw. Blond Drap de Ets, supt-rior French do- Wheels Patent Sid Imrw, Axle
ntid cTofs, take this oath to support his State in withvvhiteoak heads the heads t<> be made of three be i issued, and constitute by law a first lien upon the Lace, Lice and Hair.Colored Blond, Italian Cloth, Summer CloOw, tc. Pullies fur Windows Sash On).
and Federal Constitution. Nothing nc* in by one agent every towa ia the South. piece heading, and well painted; the staves not to be Road and its franchises. The interest guaranteed by Hair, Straw and Hair, Belgrade and Dry Goods. Cotton nnd Manilla Rope, Horn

this weopin. March 29, 1856. 13-1 w ices than j inch thick, and the heads not les lLan { the Internal Improvement Fund of Florida. Rutland. Lace and Straw Hats Shoe Nail. Cotton. Weal iU

The whittling has be'en adopted to inch thick; and each barrel shall b9 coopered, in addition | The Company have ne other debt to embarrass their Misses Trimmed Pedal Hats and Curtain Damask, Turkey Red. Horse Cards, Curry Combs, Wa U
process with one three-penny iron hoop on each bilge, 1J 1 finances. Bloomers, Infants Lace and Straw Furniture Prints. Furniture Dimities Irons Harness, btnble Forks, Or-
DIED in Leon Fla, March 10th 1856
f cell an extent.thnt hardly the tail of the first County inch in width, and 116 inch thick, and one three-pen The Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund Trimmed Hats.Ribbons. Embroidered Skirt Grass do.Coraett den Ilots and Rakes, Wrenches

j.ljtrprm.at "Cincinnati U 'left, and the 12thsection' JAMES RONEY. in his 61th year. He m ide a profession ny hoop on each cUme} 1J inch in width, and 1 16 inch I have manifested their apprrciat inn of the value of these Trim ?, Moretn. Irish Linen, Lin Saws. hatchets Hammer. Br e.

(old etyle) and the third degree are of religion some years ago, but confessed lion thick, ns per diagram. The whole to be put in good B.inds b} investing $40.000 of their fund in them en Table Damask. I).imask Dojrlieo, and Bats, Sjixit Levels, Stock and
shipping order, free of all clmrg) to the United States Fur mings, &c.A Lace Mosqueto Netta, common do. Dies.
gone, gone! Where now stand the Southern estly that he had been unfaithful, and had inneA He terms and 1 any other information on the subject
Toe shall be to the said Tidie- Toilet Covers, Table Stand
according nt ALSO
samples which Bonnet
sugar be nice assortment ofRicli --
party\ .Nol only has their panacea been ta ten prayed fervently to his Heavenly Father for pardon, navy-yards! ; and be dry and fit for packing. may GEO. ANDERSON & CO. and Sash Ribbons, of the very land Piano Covers, Furniture Fringe, .Fan Mills, Corn SItellara, Slaw

from fynn, and not one word in iis stead, other which, we have every reason to believe was granted, The tea shall bo of good quality young In son, equal March 22, 1650. 8t-12 [Sent. copy. newest styles, a large collection of and Laces. flay Line"n, Bird Eye Cutters, Iron S
than the implied denial of the principles of the for \ecame quite calm, and not only resigned, but to the samples at said navy )ar
Nebraska. bill: its trill be seen by reference to wished to depart to be at rest. Several days before The coffee shall be equal te the best Cuba, accor JUST RECEIVED Trimmings, also an assoitmentcf I Bleached Shirtings and Sheetings.Cot den WLrel Bftrrowp. Seed Prills.
Pillow Case
tJis I3h section. his denth was be it this'state of mind, wishing logo dins to sample.The Taff, Satin and Cap Ribbons, Cord ton Linen and Sheeting Linen. Bleached Jeans. Scythe. Sckles, Oraia Oate
lice shall be of the very best quality, and of 'FROM. and Tassel. Elastic Belts, Head Smiths Bellows Aovilr and Vise
The,12th section of. the present platform to his rest in heaven. Checks, white anl Brows
the crop immediately preceding the dates of the requisitions Dresses, Embroidering Silk, French Apron Rifles and Sltot Gun, and a larga
is as"MACHiAYELiAva pitice.nl plausibility for the same. NEW ORLEANS PEn W. R. PETTIS: working Cotton, Bonnet Linings, Hollands, Domestic Ginghams, Cot- lot of Wrought and Cat Kails, Hollow

as was.ever .invented. .JU means that any law The molasses shall be fully equal tj the very best SuperDn' FUmr/1" French Flow'rs, JeU, Wreaths, ten Flannels. Brown Drills and Domestic. Wars, &c.Willow .

may ttnd ,ill b? repealed so.. soon as theNorthc4p.dO MILES NASH$ & CO; quality of New Orleans molasses, and shall be delivered EXTRA j? < r..k'SpniCu'il' : Tabs, 5kc.Fans. Bed Ticking with over, Twilled Bag-- Ware Notions
in well seasoned red-oak barrels, with white giog, together ,
-pine .
litife ; Jl ama. Parasols &c.A .
it- diffcrcnlfrom the ,
3ery DEALERS IN heads not less than 1| inch thick ; the staves not less Shoulders, 500 Pieces &o.

Blaci Republican Platform.-" Repeal of the that | inch thick; the barrels to be three-qtnrters _ Clear Sides Brfcon, very pretty selection of Fans. Amerioft and 'French C >ttooade* Tiell Ivory and Hom/Xmbs,

Fugitive Slave Law," Repeal of the Kansas DRUGS, & PAIXT hooped and in addition, to have four iron hoops one _ Jibbed Parasols, Sun Shad and Umbrel Camletteen Plain and Striped Os- Brushes of all kinds Buttons, Ke e.tiles. -
each bilge 14 inch in width and 1 16th inch thick las Port Monies, Paint Brushes,
on -
Law, is their cry, and all they need is strength Brown and White Sugar. naburgs and Domestic.Linen Drills
M anh one on each chime 1 inch in width tnd 1-16 h Fly Brashes.Cologne.Extracts, ao4
Gloves Hose &c.
to cariy it outj The,12th section means little MEDICiNES OILS &c.I Irish Potatoes and Onions. sod Duck, ic,
inch thick, and shall be thoroughly coopered and placed Fancv Soap and Oih) Ruling Pin*, -
more, and yet w find seven Virginians in the best shipping condition. ALSO I STORE Ladies and Oents Kid, Silk and Clothing. Steak Mallets lee Cream Frc xen,

voting for this' section, and at the head of TUST received from New York per bark R.H. Gnmtt The vinegar shall be of the first quality cider vinegar Ualibutt Heads. Napes and Fins,Owl-FishTongues Linen Ladies Gloves Black,and Gauntlet White*,Silk Silk Mitts Hate,, Gentlemen wisUng to furnish Castors, 'Lemoo Sqoeemers. Faaey

them Air. Boiling,nominated by Mr. Hotts to We a sreneral assortment of articles in our line, equal to the standard of the United States Pliarmaeopaeia and Sounds, for sole at the Cheap Cash Store. Ladies Gents and Children White themselves with seasonable Coats, Baskets. Painted ?IIa. Ke.lan

represent Virginia in this Abolition Assembly. such as Oils of almost every kind Burning Fluia, and shall contain no other than acetic acid ; JOHN R. LLOYD. Black and Colored Cotton dow Pants and Vests, can select from a Tubs, Well Buckets.( ljildrns Wagons .
and shall be delivered :n barrels similar in all March 12 and Gigs. Tin Chamber'&tta.
White Lead, Zinc and other paints. Window Glas of respects 22. Misses Work do., Ladies and stock containing over 700 Garments
: best quality, Putty Bru-hes. Potash Soda, Sparkling to those required for molasses, with the exception tiiat Gents Silk Open and Merino Shirts, Ladies all new and of the latest styles. Game Bad, Coena Dippers, Towel
We are glad that Mr. Imboden's name is tchitt-oak staves and heads shall be substituted fur Stands, Umbrella stands. Children
Gelatin*.London Must anl. French Brandt (Try best. Fresh Arrivals. Silk Drawers, Black and Also Linen Bosom Shirts, Under
found in the list of the red oak staves aul white beads, and shall be spun Chair Tooth Brushes.Sled Pins.
not Hut pine
captured. f,r medicinal purposes, Sp'ces! Pepper. Lemon Syrup, PER WJL R. PETTIS" FROM NEW ORLEANS, Fancy Cravats. Stocks and Ties, do, Drawers, Collars, &c.
what of the la declared null an'l! void fec_ tt._ aud a general assortment of Popular Patent order. rj BBLS. Superfine Flour. and FoUjenp Paper, Trav.inog
by competent: : jodi ,t.dien.: We keep none but the best and The pickles shall be put up in iron-bound casks, aud! I t) 75 bUs Extia Family Flour, kerchiefs. lit) Dozen Men's and Boy's Hts. Bag Bnttania Coffee Pots, Lxrps
cal authority Who i is cnmpeentjudcal: hope to merit patronage. very each cask shall contain one gallon of minus, one gal- 5 Lard Oil Mantles.We Fashionable S-lk. Leghorn, Pans Gilt Frame Looking Classes. E r

authority Any ju 'ge that decides or who ? your MILES NASH; A co. Ion of peppers and thirteen gallons of medium i cucumbers 20 Syrnp. have upwards of 106 Beau ma, Eoglish. Stiaw. Canadian, Boiler Marble Pastry Boards nt

Perh'ars the Supreme Corn tf Wisconsin March 29. 1856. 18 fifty to the gallon, and the vegetables in cadi 25 \Vlii.key, tiful Mantillas, Talmas and Scarfa, Plain and Fancy Palm Leaf. Rollers, Japan Baths.A&, & .
would be deemed the highest authority shall weigh eighty-five pounds, and thy only be paid 20 Hhds Sides and Shouldc, a
Lost or Mislaid for; and each cask shall then be filled vith white 25 bhh. Jlew Pork, / S
-With these gentlemen. wine vinegar of atZlcast 42 degrees of strength, 5 Lard, .
Where if our f.Iend of the Richmond' A NOTE for one Thousand seventv three Dollirs. and equal to French vinegar: the casks, vegetables 5 Tierces Sugar Cured Hams,

Whig We. should like to bear from him, ..tl.fiftyfive cents ((107. 55)) finned by Newnan and vinegar shall conform and be equal in all respects 6 Rice,' t QDur 1Throctr pattiittut
Olehrit, and payable one ay Ilhds
the nt the ubuve named 6 Sugar.
to samples deposited ,
and know whether he navy
does nit knock under
bearer, with el2ht per.cent interests, from yards, and contractors shall arrant and guaranty that For sale by R. H. BERRY. :IS at all times well supplied with Fresh Groceries, which we will sell at prices as low s A* Tiroes wi
now toBotU and the little! What 25th D fimbei, 185t. and dated-Feb.. 1855. All '
organ. will xl and sound for at least Mardi 22./1856. 12 Crushed LoatClanfed sal
they keep go< two >ears.The" admit. We have DOW ir Store,a large lot of Java and Rio Coffee.P w Jered, >
says our neighbor of the Times ? Can he persons ore cautioned against trading Lit said jtiote. as in>n hoopn on the baireLs containing whi-key Brown Sugar. Black and Green Teas Pepper. Spices nil kin s.Sal erato*.Super Carbonate of Soda,SpertX .
go tins platform If he can, how !ong since payment has Ixen stopped, and application will be molasses vinegar, and pickles to be well painted with Dry Goods. { Adamantine. StarsndlVaxCandte; 1aneand1'.ommisaS'ap, PMded Salmon,Sardines. Shad.CanKes and

he eiSSe np his mind to take the pill how made in lieu to have the the same renewed or a copy established red lead. TDST received and iww opening a assortment of- Nuts of nil kinds, Crackers. Walnut and Tomato Catsup, Pepper Sauce. C-per.Piccaflli.Mixed P.AJes,English
evetJJTtter Where tie safe ot original. The beans sl all be of the very best qmillty white Liwn, Musl-ns..BrWjants. Gingham*.* and French Mustard, Ddrkees' 'eat Powder, Preserved Quinces and Tamarinds,Cmrant.Aptjh STn4Qjince
now tonservative WM.E. KILCREASE. beans, and shall be of the crop immediately preceding Mnnllrt, Kid Glove. EmbrnJilerien. Liepsi, Jelly. Cocoa, Bronw. Cora Starch, Choeohite. Fine Apple Cheese, Starch, Potash While ens.
and national flat form which the parly Per 8. B. L ve, Atty. the dates of requiaitinn fur the tame, 61 pounds Swiss and Cambric trimmings and fiw WJ g, Dried Beef, Beef Tongue, White Wine Vinegar. Apple Vinegar, Kice. Fire Prool Psint.'Chrraie Or wo,
boasted $of lat Spring Where now the Quincy. March 29. 1856. 13Sheriffs to be taken ae one bushel. Frbg Trimmiog, &.. &e. pal Varnish White Lead Putty, B. iled Linseed Oil, Beat Sperm do*f, nl do,Oampherw and Burtilrtg Ilo

pntraaty bfrights an-i property to the South ? The dried apples shall be of the best quality, and -ALSO--- -. ids, Powder and Shot, Snuff. Sarsaparills Raspberry sail Lemon Syt p,Stnxrt's Best Byrt p..New' Orleans

We want to hear from our friend of the Times. Sale'flrst Monday in May. shall be prepared by sun-drying only, ancf shall be of An assortment of Plantation Goods. do. Peaches, Wbortieberrrien. Blackberries, Tomatoes, Horse Radish Saperur CIgars,'Choke CUwmjaJld a
virtue of al writ of fi fa. issued out of theClerk' the crop of autumn immediately preceding the dates and Smoking Tobacco, Ac, Ac, &.
We would like to hear him tn the Platform, BY office of Leon County Court, Middle of the requisitions for the panic.AH Bleached and Brown Cottonades.Shirtings &c, &e.Fr Sheetings. With many thanks to the PuMic for tbeir kind and Mberal patronage, we eanwBtly acbat an examinationof
apart: from thA nominees. Mr. Fillmore is thejforegoing described articles, embracing casks, Musqnito Netting,
Circuit of Florida wherein Robert Mitchell is plaintiff G. & J. MEGINNISS. our present stock. ___ .
respected by alL Itis not known that ho will nnd William M. Maxwell is defendant I have barrels half barrels, and boxes, shall be subject to sale by 12-4t Tallahassee, March 22, 1858. 12 HODGKISS, SCOTT t *.

accer1 If he ctaes, we shall speak of it.- levied upon and eliall expose for sale at public outcry, such inspection as the chief of this.bureau may direct, March 22.1856. -_ -
before the Court-house drln the city ot Tallahassee, the inspecting 'f3cer to be appointed bv the Nays
As for thr'second, no one expected his nom on the first Monday of May next, wi Liu legal tionr f Department. All inspections to be at the place of tie- Groceries, ttardware, &c. BOOKS BODES BOOKS L Notice to the Public.is .

ination, and fete trill sanction it. But of this the fallowing described property wit: The Efof livery. Biscuit may, however, be inspected at the Just received frotn New York and New Meant TUST received Tom New fort the \tODTOE i hereby&vti. to forworn aDJLl p.so.s
hereafter. puce of manufacture, but will in all cases be subject fffrffag from trading frr a certain prommory note Mid
E Section
theN i of Township 1B.angeiSIid and Extfa Family Flour, MZKOffU fallowing new Books: 'Hie Old
-. E. Levied upon as the property of said defendant to a final inspection at the place of delivery before SUPERFINE Crushed Sugar, yjj.3fcjy Homstead. by Mrs. Ann Stephens. by A. II. Wilson, of Station Geo, liar |10S 47-lCO

Mr. Buchanan informed our government by and to be sold to satisfy said writ of ft. fa. aecnrSiug bills are signed therefor. Rio and Java.Coffee. and her turner wom k, Fashion and Famine." The dollars, dated September 3, 18&5and dm March t*
The of all the articles be 1856. parable tu the Jefferson Southern Rights, tuaaufuctunng. -
to law. H.T. BLOCKER, SberiX prices foregoing to the Soda' Crackers command of lanzuajre -
Butter and work exhibits unquestionable
the last arrival that he would leave for the Unitcd power
bearfr. The snkl
March 29. 1856. M same throughout the year, and bidders may offer fur Cider and Wlfite Wine Vinegar, description, strong passion and dramatic .Company, or ,note was
States the 15th inst. It that one or more articles. novelunder the stolen from tiieX/ompanr, by one Thomas 8. Thud
on "
appears Starch.SoanapdJ ic* force. My First Season, a new
All the casks barrels, and half barrels, boxes, or with late a clerk \a Uieh employment A 't.wAYd of$20
"HE PLUS TTLTBA" SCHEME aii1'tig Tobacco. It is written-
he has changed his mind and will not to Rough and iteaTly juise of an autobiography. grace his and tIms
go packages,shall be marked with their contents and the Andersons Fine ent'clxwmg and beauty, sparkles with imagination and i is sustained will be paid fvr apprehemioa livty to

Paris. Jf the sfeamej* hi which Mr. Dallas 1200 PRICES 50,000 DOLLARS cou'raclor's name. .All the barrel* and half barrels of Superfine Bhwk nd.flreenTeas, throughout by originality of thought and oxpression. Sheriff of Jefferson County Ftorida.. .
"** flour, bread, and pickles shall have in addition to the After appropriating all the funds of tlte Company
Root the of Madam George
Arrow Taverino
saile :encountered no difficulty he reached South Florida pen that into his hands,he discharged nimselfon the
above the when manufactured mark came
or put "
Havana Plan Lottery year up Gelatine Flavoring extracts Ao, Sand. *Rose Clark. Fanny.Fern's last novel together -
England the 12th insL The only impeditneijt ed upon them. Pickles, drieijt Apfjes tc, with "Ruth Hall/ Fern Leaves and Life and first day of February last, and left a balanee of cash
his debit He in with lAs
.Tlie samples referred to in this advertisement are the to company son,/lah away
in the of with JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY Burning FiuiJL Beauties of Fanny Fern. Rose Clark upholds me- )9 nit,and left
way setting our difficulty those selected for the ensuing fiscal year nndhav no female novelist. It is from Monticello onThesday'nijhltlHi
England isMr.Cramptnn.. rfffence to Much as hnet faen rtvionly, exhibited. AL5O'A putatioQAfthiadistmgnished and claims the attention of the hU Hotel keeper to whistle for their board. The/ were
-LOTTERY.BY The quanity of these articles which will be required larie ft4nrtm ntaf Pluiiters steel Hoes, reader intensely from interesting beginning to aid. AbbpU's Napoleon, in such big! favor that they supplied themselTssi

cannot be precisely stated. They will probably be a- Long Handled Shovels,Nails embellished with steel begin.ning with genteel outfit TMimerchauts. and left them
\REia.S3McOr THE J1OKKY WAS IKTESTED. bou: To IK offered for. Spades, steel Rakes and steel Forks, complete, engravings him with the bag to hold. The elder b about CO years

.-It now appears that Mr. Garland, the [ AUTHORITY or THE STATE or GEORGIA.] Flour .. .. . 1,200 bbls per bbl. Stub and twist shot Guns Consulate with the Emperor's Empire and birtb.Banishment following His through trill old five feet, ten .4' eleven iirthts high,dark'ryes and

geat defaulter, is part owner oldie New Or- Biscuit .. .. . 1,600.000 Ibs per 100 Ibs. ALSOAn related with strength,and the dark hair mixed with gray, with a duwntast villanotis
and great
Tickets! triumphs are
Prize 8
IQ.OOO'gumbers only! 1 to .. . . look, tee Ji decayed in frunt.
Orleans Crescent the know-nothing organ of Whiskey 81,000 gals. .per gal L assortment of Heavy Hollow wire, style is unsurpassed by any American writer. Subscribers
Lousaia.: CLASS M.T Sugar . .. ... 200,000 lb$. perlb. Wooden Ware, &c., ite. to Harpers Magazine are solicited. The The younger Hunt abobt IS nr ID years oTag.
S Tea .. .. .. . SO.OOOlbs. .per Ib. For ask by 0.& 3. MEaINIsS. begins in January.withDickctw -Little DorreL" and i very guxt looking young WloV, smooth' hc
The New York Tribune hasn't room in its be drawn Moy 15lb/lS56. At Concert Hall.Ma- Coffee .. .. . 10.000 Ibs. .crlb.Rice. March 22"l856. 12-6t year' ply to McDOUGALL A HOBBT.ary and daik hair. They resided toon B or 10 months in

con. Ga, under the sworn superintendent of Cu!. .. ... ... 200,000lbS..perlb. Fi 9.1856. 6 Newport Fb. The old MW palmed hlms lf en
columns for Senator Douglas's report onKansaff Geo. M. Logan, and Jas. A. Nisbet Eeq. Molasses .... .. 20.000 gals.. .. .per gal. INSTITUTE.W. Judge Raulitll. and blew up his tar works pwtf K,*r--

airs. Ah, ha I The report may be compare The Manager having announced bis determination Beans .. .. ... C.OOO bUSh. .. *r ba h. FLORIDA Notiee.AT port He was recommended to Col.John Finhysoh,
to make this the most popular Lottery in the Vinegar. .. .. 20.000 g.sk. .per gal. the President of the Company, and offend to Work
? to a glittering' damascus blade, with world, offers for May 5th. a scheme that fr surpas- Dried apples .. 60,000 Ibs per b. Y. PEYTON, A, M., President, the residence of the undersigned in Leon Conn etteap, as an inducement to get emplojsvent. Th

both s'des sharpened, and Greely the pigeon sea any scheme ever offered in the annals of Lotteries, Pickles .. .. .. 130.000 Ibf. per Ib. Fta. may be had by the owner a stray SOR public are cautioned to look out for them. I am under
Look to interest-examine the Capitals. One The quantiti a of any or all may be increased or (ASSISTED BY C0SFZTEITINSTRVCTOR5.) RELMARfi, about eight years old with a blemish the impression that they have gum east foe th.
livered wretch is afraid to handle it. Good. prize to every your Eight Tickets.CAPITAL diminished as the ecrvjee may hereafter require. The / i j\t in her left eye. The person claiming and proving the purpose of fighting the Indians. -

EKFKESSBS WOMEX. contracts ill therefore be made, not for specific quan- rpHE next term of thisJLDS.titutionop-ns on tie first property to be his most pay forlhe nblication of this .. 5- JORNM.PALMER.
AND Qctr.Ns ONLY JL and closes the last of December. The GREEN CHAIRES. %
$12,000 tities, but 1'r such quantities as the service may me- of June, on advertisement AffeotJeffrNoo8.RM.Co.
ThePai4gpapers ann oce that the Empress of.812.OOOj quire to be delivered at those naty-yarda respectively. entire scssl m is 10 nwrtl. August' and September, Marcbl,186. 9 Marcn 8. 85t. l-3t a
price -r ii-
Contractors not residing at the places where dcliv. are the vacation months. ., .
Eugenia is in the ninth month of her prcgnsn. 5.000 leof i the highest gradeand
establish such The CcUegiate Deprfrtinent Notice. Administrator tlce.
cries are required must agencies at places
ty.,., It is also mentioned that Empress of ft 1 .. 3.000 2.000 that no delay may arise, in furnishing what may will compare tlvoroWr! clu with sesthe any Junior Institution, Middle in persons having claims or demands against persons having: claims ajrahwt the'Estate.f

Austria is in the fifth month of ditto Nothingik 5 ., 1,000 be required ; and when n contractor fails prompt/! to the South. There are tfyee ett of Philosophical Apparatus, ALL estate of Coraelins English, deceased,late of ALL McCftU. hats- of Gadsdfn Cwsnty.d-
500CO comply with a requisition, the Chief eta Bureau of and Senior. A new Gadsden county, are hereby notified to present them ceased, are hereby noted to presert them to the :
said about Queen Victoria, ,bat it is a- 10 Provisions and Clothing shall be authorised to direct Maps to, have lately been purchased. the undersigned administrator, duly authenticated within the time law this
to dmfgned prescribed by r
60 .. ... ... ...... ., n- department is one of the best ptimary -
boulllrae fur her prolific majesty to beheardfrtt'ARIciN 16 *. Ie tt 25 purchases to be may to supply 'deficiency, uucVr The preparatory in the Stale. within the thai prescribed by law, or this notice will notice will be plead hi bar t 4 ihetr -Tteovsrr.aaad all i

( 00 ..... .II .. .. .. .fl 10 the penalty to be expressed in the :contract; the record This schools College is now.organized en a permanent basis be plead in bar of their recovery. And all persons persons indebted to ts efttai art reqoestod to ma

.: %. ,: "- coo- a ... ... ... .... 8 of a requisition,or a duplicate'cnpythereof, at and ,in Florula ran. thoroughly educate indebted to said estate are requested to make payment immediate paymeat to !
: the Bureau of Provisions and Clothing, or at i itfier of parents immediately. THOMAS MffNBOE
CANDIDATE NfcwIE&SEV 12.SO PRIZES, AMOUNTING TO $50,000 1 the navy-yards aforesaid shall be evidence that such their children ntbme. A catalogue u just published WM.H.GUNN. | ArimmiatratBC As boms iQufhcy.

C'IWArr.-The Monmouth (Pf. Tickets $g_Haired*-Ourten 92. f equisitiou has been made and received. and those wishing further inf.rfiuation will please address JOHN G.SMITH.Admtr.f .- F b.t3, lS6 -4Sw

Przii Payable; wfibbnf Deduction. Separate offers must be made fur epch article at lbs President f'-r, 8 Cnpy. Qmncy. March iS, 185L( ll-8w
) is informed i 8t
3-'tfcmocrat by ,s prominent Fla March 15, 1856. 11M -
of the aforesaid yards 'and i in case more .. F1wsP1.waIt
each navy ; :
mail sd not fear its
Know by n
btbingtHat JStat'e Convention -wiUon i- Pinwns sending woney 'thai one article Is contained in the offer, the Chief of Florida Sentinel, Tampa Peninsular Key: of .Book-Binding'. '
$ "be*called iaNewTergey to1'nominate bciruf lost Orders panetually attended ta Bureau will have the right to'accept one or more the Gulf. Jacksonville News, Alligitor Advertiser &QEInt John iloors's Plw. ts.3 J
Bank notes of sound J>anksisken the procured the services cia ihinder. irs A """ '
Cmiitb- ctofl for the 4'ristdexiey.VerywelL ,- of the articles contained in such offer, and reject the ,4is.nMeszenger, and PensacJa Democrat will HAVING prepared to do all business pertaining Isadiof; IrvmMyitie.andfccsaJo'by"
at this ofiice MeNATJOHT 4 dBKMTD, ,
par. and forward
t Oh he 12H'oCJaiw imManager remainder; and bidden whose proposals are accepted please copy 3 time* reasonable terms.MoDOUGALL. *
Why not 1TuQs ]n biQepaiicularBual! ) i should order other will be forthwith notified, sad as to that department on Jfew Port, Jan. 12,1886 f "
and Done ) A HOBBT.
a Convention l toT>e held in New York, for Jigs ; ( contract will be transmitted tu Wanted Wanted !
early ** practicable
vINR1 9
P. March 1.1856.
tHnomfrfetfofilif rfKte"Oak<5eorge, and Qeorg, them for execution;'which contract must be returned purchase likely ITEGTRi MEN;from 18 to "" : FiorSale*
*Viffi &an urnXlto giftiULth Meop. ,* to the'Bnreau within) ten,day*,, exclusive of the time l5yearsofng>J1r wMch'tbe highest'price in $25REWARD. | A A USHEpeN8anbinsLIt nns4;

: fi .. Tr'wo'er thoftApprPed ta-etiM, in. a ram equal to iDR. ANAWAt from tlw PUatafida etb.8nlseriner.onthaJSthDwfcJas .
at it M.tWf.wiH BT th late aea sloirth*Seaboard and K atiok M. .h a*. i&B. Fab.ll.18S8. T --
iheutimatod amount of the mpfCtire ontrfteU, will ) .his nnlattolellow -S -
d.aMk.14Iip kit prmtmy.LeI Kentacknominate RaiL Road twnsU. the from TWcts SaltiHwre>ot daw, io cbarwpress Lc4w.ULb. be required, aad twenty per, centum, in addition will ..N.,.. &4 McDONALD- .3 : WE3T.-H Uabuut5 fOSt t or inches Jut'EecetTed.' ; vBBLS. -: -
their v
CH &odrti >let lii. i'bzntrer efam Drawing jof that Oas ,"fleDrvh colUtrala enritj, in addition to seltspeTfoTm1iead ', 9 ? ., Us *as raised fa Oadadco county, whtraha U SF.b.Ie.1u&
all easM
a eotnJtedle -
ay ereot be p-W attend wtfp assiduous care, .iM Mr. W. H.GibssoXand relativsa allotsr
ffojon iU beG1J j3LiAt the 1e Plus eor notuj has a at 1IX ;. 4z;
hkliOfSo .
ontaH siU/e*pe __ -
and so on to'Wby'sttek a4joitgn, tht.fCL Dflwortb4 F-- I : "
; ; centum of the amount of all deliveries made' will b* wbtnhslell. I ; a-i- -

flhe.ata1bu Attwo ii* F paid by the n vy agnt within thirty dayi after bills, :: 12-1y par |2Q far bibisddflysryto arrest and lodgacotia any jail,or Hetioo ... :

or te3i*% wsr to1 5------ __.._, ._:' _--.-- 1. : duly imthflotiatH shall bare oeen presented to him. 5- i yIPE. me here. -- b iie $ ftcr&ttvv TflptsWTmtiIr-i.:_:
k' ojin: d vben n'doze will end.in ?! 'Goodt. Blank fortM propouta may be obtmecn applkatlon 1ereflI4k- JA3J13 Ot" ND. i-: &:tBtlITlfi Ho.. JOd.VP44.aU'i. .
.t ; v --1" 4j to the oavy ftgvnt at Portsmouth, Heir QSEwIbing.o iebei
preWfItLeU1DI4, 14&1ta3 two, or, three } tbsir uppLria& fivapthir*. Bortpn. New York,Philadelphia Ball t- M pwe the present op.rttJ'i -

:rjiei U roara oocrfi* for all-iV.. T-JEfcr.f't .* id 8umuer goods, e*&*** ofn,4f mnrs WI3 jqis Ba- ; ajha iabd eZ tO.TeLUTB'I1I tleaveTalla- 7-EogbiUoi t j: ;
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eiWtW itr& ill 0f vhlcb th.fw l lt ; f hs ptnpottt 1wHTfo -' c_ Wr4LLttiI2re i-: -- U -t, ?; $ 4a'- ,
I rr V'! + 9t a oMet4 th.P ?; the Tnctnwief act*ofv L !hr'b 1 $ ,. fl -: *;: :f':. p '
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WMose1e7'1thna3isI f.Vf DtJ. 1 been fer some t.tt..ILJe.
f V not pv*f titt| Mea of ir t 1t jmpoM,of ebtaJBn&reJW T'p fatadd dia '. '-' 5Vttad low**tart of 10e Vtetti rift1 perlAf. ..B .Dri.tmt.t1. .;

wkll) tUpted:to pt tM all,not ftly in treewn*Cikbxa of tl"itW&aad..>'t-My T-noee.'was .. ..Wt $P1'.khet; c mr with 'I,,..._.ha -' ,. .

.' -, '1' .:.t"iii Mj *. .,This. itftekn net&., eotirely' emW* tafeittdthe Doctor beeidea T.l1sha "and tb.sunoondb. tt bab VthoJav! vith I. than Ibo ordinary Ota power '. 'f.uh1rE ,
selected particularly for the Florid mar I very,.deepidceratioa I naiay;,efceekfttkpabmt nyeye. now prepared :tawall.Wm au hal "1IN1 totr.cti -ned belt 'be mAst fmnlsM abiwttopntitlJp;' "S. ;
t be feels assured be will be able to sell Ml ; J am happy and proud.to My.tbat ,Dr.Uoeely ia his tiDe of bosIn ss.Bt; als teodcrshb thank and tvtffcoat warranted to'gi*"' pttfret' ark&etfoa.. buiks$ .sta'. & i
b Two l for catli and the nnxluce fir the wmtmy did relieve me.aid bad it not been krmyhaimgto 'to his ,friends,!aad the poblw ,renerally,frr.UM ywy Call) and eebmiiM them at LADDU
those wbo-hay.:been Mealing with b"n expose myself to,very extreme cold bad weather I liberal 'patronage with which ha has Iteratofcra been ;April:*!*1886. :If : -- I c'tf r la fCI srv ", irJ
AU tltn! wwhmtrt rnrchase we would! do believe that I would. ,hare'had no return of the favored and he hopes that a condnuatioa of the tame ,_ _- WiDeo'tW' ri'' ._...

and see these splendid disease. I,visited the Doctor a' ecood time.,aad be will be,gran tad biro.He .. : NOTICE.. tbfy arspJlsd, for tit pp .1'$ ligVMi.
; Cbene, Satin Plaid and striped relieved me again; and/so far ai the various icports : will eoostantly keep on hand a full supply' of all ,i' lbs eon foi d Jo anyWPersonVwitSoot oI '
Plaid Brocndes about the Doctor's, iujuriug/05 failing to< relieve me; sorts of Ware usually kept in an establishment his 'T HE Co.parneyshipheTet'fori Misting coder tL nm r_ YT ..
flumes and'Black Silks, of all prices and they are positively false. As regards Dr.Moeeley's line of business... A full assortment of Sheet Iron, 'name and styleof BARNARD& MAXWELLSthis M r.tetliB Ii.,. ". ct-
Cur skilhrt the Treatment of Concert I know of no Physician Sheet Lead; Lead Pipes; Sheet Zinc; Cistern Pomps day dissolved by mutual consent All peraonr 6IdUft..bleb Is Wo'M.e eomclseaTbisk .,
colored Vel'ets. in the world that would sooner rely on than and a great many other articles too numerous to men- having demands, will please present the tame;,ant M&S :f.cn4a&.II
:wh p l.irl i l Cashmeres and Menaces, him. AaaSURttEONandPHYBICIAN.heisequal tion. 'aM I indebted will please call at the old stand' and set and at th.b6.kstnr.'o..1' St. CUrW ttr mp.*ncZiU

laid, and figured Delaines to any in the Southern States; and I. am happy to TO BUILDERS.Tin tIt the same u early as possible.P1\1'to 4 nn close.r-up the.eon the St.Ctrl.Hotel .Prit It pn M>y. TiW
rcd. plaid and black Alpaccas nay that I found him to be a perfect gentleman and and Tin cem. F. 1U tteUsn W Mitt
Roofing,Gntteriny, Copper Conducting TROVP MAXWELL amount(two )can per mil"oW'
por Philanthropist and advise all persons afflicted with Pipes &. all of which he promises to do in the most O. and th.worb s.oi per reUmvluL pttrtluue .aeloM .
i and,Mohair Debaigps, Can'.r, to visit'the DOCTOR as moon ,as possible and vork-man like manner and style, and of the best mi TahlaluiueeJan. 1. 85ft._8 20 cents in staaipc to ,pay aad BHst rtW
> blnck ini1 1 rol. nt Tt.li.n cloak cloth., have their health restored. RANSOM COOPER. erial, en shortest notice and' most reasonable terms Book. Addreaa ,
colored and silk Talmas, Rome, August 30th, 1855. Having been engaged for the last eight years in Notice to Contractors.OFTICT IIENaTw4Lmo.' PoblkWi.eiently .

plushed Talmas. r Mr. Ransom Cooper signed the above in my I business at this place he thinks it unnecessary to reninmerd OF STATE Esonrxn,BCKUTISTI. 1Oajuicx .' .RswOrIWI. .
and embroidered lace V'Es, presence. THOMAS PERRY,'Pot Master. I M-n!elf anv further to the public; as rearurd MILL P.O, ST.Jotwa JhTUy Yu. V me'' rt 9-Atae, .r ttJ.-ittrt'list hei .e

.the \ nnd figured Bareges Rome I August 30th', 1855._ his capabilities as M mechanic but at the same time he AUGUST 20TH, 1858. ) proved by Its adoptioo a*a text w.k by tl/

colored Shalleys, II "iires all that favor him witb a call, good work and PROPOSALS will be received at this various liquor manatotorvh oftbv ckyofNrw y,, .
also Silk and guaze Flanntl, Awful Case of Cancer Cnred.. cheap prie.'s. SEALED the 20th day of August 1856,for eon- RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE PRESS.

yellow Flannels THIS is to certify that Col.. S. H., Harris. of Crawford H,ving removed from the old stand formerly knownas strncting a Canal, with its necessary appendage. This work win be fnmd to
nnt'ls of all colors, county, came to me in the year 1851,with a Cancer White fe Slusser,he will be found at his stand corner such as Lift Locks, Guard Lock Ruin &", from rappf the dealer k i
? ie with
1 and Erench embroidered bands, on his chin, of fourteen years standing,tbe chin- of 200 foot street, where lie will be glAd to wait Lake Homey on the St.Johns to Indian Hirer, a dis- qow amid wine alii vmegu be varied; and a iatriraU ela Uad>. mJ
linen C. Handkerchiefs. bone and salival glands had all become very much m all his friends. THOMAS WHITE. tanee of thirteen mites 3.410 feet ; authorized by the guide pre issss .r
Cullnrs. Handkerchiefs and Underslecves, dist'tlsecl.ond his constitution nearly mined. Mr.Harris ,!. 11855. *8 General Assembly, of the State of Florida, at ita NTSk this business.JV.O. Pitajwit .
(reJ Chemoiaette and Collnrettes, bad been under the treatment of many eminent >n of 1854-5,by An Act entitled An Art provide It were a work ctf snpererefation i* prau. a Vs(
of Mon Lacoor n. 901.111.
wrjtiny. beibre
\ and green Veil Bareges. and them the Dr. HDS.BACON Liberal of Internal Improvements as Jf
I physicians among was great Shep- 10 for and encourage a System remarkable for its npleUnes aDd the
Veils ard. of Charleston, and afco, the celebrated Dr. Marshall 3 Shoulders, in this State. xrt bratueal >
Cotton nnd Linen Laces. of Macon who treated his caset"iee without 2 Plain Hams, Proposals will specify the amount for which (the directions which it gives.' Old nano&etortn win
anil Swi!" edinnijs and Inserting 10 bbl. Mess Pork. in store nnd for sale bv.' find all of the oU totdea otlrely svpersedrd. TIC
the removing the iSCl.EeHe finally went to Dr. Marshall : work will be done, the mode and manner in which
and Mantilla Laces HOPKINS 4 MEGINNISS. use oHM oil: formulas would! appear as lb.tolly' fc.m
ns he informed me the third time, and he refused payments are to be rninle.whetherrn land or moneys.or of
MerinAC", to do anything more fur him. Soon after that time Dec. 1. 1S5. 48HOnIiNs. portion of each. Maps, Profiles and estimates in the preserwe of the MW one sofgestsd j.
this work. One of the principal objects
nnd Dress Calicoes :Ir.Harris heard of(the many wonderful cures that I be Men at this office and any inr.nnatiooobL'1ined by apptsrs Wto
Lace Curtain, haJ made, and visited me nt Griffin, as a last resort BoiinfU.T addressing the undersigned) Orange Mill Post Of will) as far as pr .ibre. the UM of apparatia ./
black and slate hosiery, I commenced treating Ins case, and in six weeks theCancer DIES colored! straw Bonnets. flee. St. John's River, Florida." Proposals will allO expensive (to the operator)appliances of any kind Wthe
and blAck silk hosiery! was all removed and the sore nearly henled. Ladies colored straw trimmed Bonnets be received for constructing a Rail Road over the manufacture of liquors oe.-AVw Tmt Tim*
and Gents blnck and col'd Kid Gloves, This volume contain the art of preparing aid tmV
This case WItS seen and \'itne!sed by more than five plain same gronnd. F. L. DANCT
colored Kid Gloves, black H ting up the whole list drinkable,('lID a kit*MM
hundred I have the Cancer now in State Engineer. State of Florida.
persons. my
nnd (Gents buck and Kid) Gauntlets white satin and silk of Otard Dupuy of the vintage of 1715, to a simjfc
,and can see it b calling at office 31 1855 35-ly
any person ) my August ,
rnd ecoDomiral l of eider
manner making without
1S55. 41 in in Griffin. This cite was witnessed by black (extra size) ip.
Children nnd Misses straw Works pies by fermentation. A friend has applied tit n
be THOMAS JONES of Griffin. Leon County Iron ,
II m 44 Hah. cipe for converting 28 gallvn of whiskey into 40 rsj
Notice. Dr. J. D. MARTIN
iv.. WILSON For dale by DAVID C. WILSON. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. Ions with tbe most satisfactory results Tk. latUr
Dr. a'ter! the first publication this notice. I. F. CHENS W.II,, October 13, 1855. 41 Establishment is now in full operation. All quality does not port em an equal amount vt ,..
'' adrainistrntors of the eMflte of THIS properties to the former though U. 40
will be attended to with promptness,and ling pU..
anJ others this
I do that myself, of
will their"account many
deceasetl present was of a much Coer color lute audod J\n,
I all work done with neatness and dispatch.All ".r.- J rkMrrhanie.
place ,were w.t.1e.st' to the above stated case Notice.
to ttic of Probiites of Leon Conn- eye
Judge I kinds of work, such as Steam Work Mill Work, .
and that Mr. Harris left well.
) be discharged from their administration perfectly A. H. II ATI ON. SIX month after date the undersigned Executor of. Gin Gearing, Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery, This much tailed,of look is at baad. It contiks amass
Estate of John S.Shepard. late of Leon County Shafting Pulleys, Hangers. Plough Castings Brass inormatic.D! that ia perfrttly "''OJIitLiD,. aid
14 IS52
JOSEPH BRANCH. ) Aam, .". Griffin May, I deccaoed. will present his accounts and vouchers Castings dc.; also Sugar Kettles, of any size kept could only haveJbeenacquired frbiaaetiul)bmvatM.
JAMES H. BRANCH \ to the Judge of Probate for said Countyand asked to constantly on hand. Ail work done in such establishment If you wish to see ingenuity applied,!lock in a sop .f
526mNotice. To the Afflicted tof all Conditions. be discharged. will be Jane by 118, with a particular regard to Lacour ou Liquor. PrictKability appears to I>avt bu a
I do certify that I was most horribly afflicted with ROBERT GAMBLE. tie strength and dui ability of the work. the design of the author. No delays ar<'or Mssary ls

a Cancer on my upper lip, which caused me pain in Executor. Competent Workmen always in readiness to put op ascertain the results of an application cf aWe ramp*._

after date we will present cur accounts describable. After trying the skill of nil the most September 20, I 855. 89 Engines. to the Hon. Judge of Probate of eminent Physicians that I could hear of, and that Terms will\e liberal and all work done strictly for This work will revolutionize the present stjl sf

fur n final settlement of the estate without relief. I gave up m f case ns hopeless nnd, w Bacon, Bagging &c. cash, or accepted orders on some business firm in this manufacturing liqnor*. -N late of sjiiil county, deceased, and ask I thought with death staring me in the f ce. But for received per latest arrivals from New Or- place. Liberal prices paid for old Iron Copper and Lacour's book for i iiwtructintr io the art of naiiaf
as administrator. tunntely for me, I heard of Dr. W. R. :Moseley'a great JUST .and New York the following articles which Brass. and bottling effervescing temperance'beverages, b-
EDWIN F.' WRED-E, success in the treatment of :his disease, nnd as a !last they offer at the lowest cash prices: I All letters must be addressed (post paid) to quor, wines, and pure vinegar fur the table,sbemUb*
ELIZABETH MOAT, i resort I placed myself nndeT bis*treatment, and in one 15 Casks Bacon, 10 Bales Bagging J. M. SHINE Tallahassee. 11*. in the hands of every ,housekeeper*[ the fOUtry.-
Ailiuiuistrators. month from the time he coinmened! I was perlcctly: 20 BU. Flour, 15 Ps. Sea Island do. March 11, 1854. 10 The copyrights fuiLidr, or we would give not resdtwthis'raorniiig

9-Cm. sound and Lire been su ever since. 30 Coils R. 10 Bbls. Whiskey, some of the most, valuable recipes tWl
ELIZABETH JINKS. 00 Ibs. Twinf pe, 10 Bbls.Mess Pork, MILES NASH & CO. ever appeared in print. 'How so'nncb taformatmt abe
Butts County, Ga, May 7, 1846. Nails I given for two dollarsu the meat astonitlicj ntor
: Property for Sale. 50 Kegs Dealers in Drugs Medicines, &c.
and RICHARDSON ) r'i netJ offers at private sale the follow- Horrible Case of Cancer Cnred, Newport, October 27, 1855. 43 Y\TOULD inform their friends and the public that LACoca ox LKJVOX.-This is the most-ooplefo
known the Jra It Lob\ have band assortment of such work the manufacture of that ire
property, as TT they on a good on liquors ever met
>* 3. ?ti. 27. 30. 48. 140. 141; 142. 143, Chancery-in; Hamilton Circuit Court. articles as are generally kept in their line of business, with; it contains an immense number, fomuhis for
I : 235. 239.240. 241, 242. 243, 244. 245. I do certify that I was for many years bodily afflicted and will he receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their making every variety ef liquors,wines,ccrrdinU, litt rs
) 252, 253 251, 256. 257. 258, .268, all with Cancer on my Lip and Chin, I tried nil the v Willis W. Burk Complainant terms shall be reasonable. syrup vinegar, Jx. The work is published by svW,
: plan of the city Tallahassee. remedies I could bear(If,but found no relief. I finally, ",. Tallahassee April 9th',1853- 14. script km; the subsc rihers are dealers and inportmsf
-ALSO- heard of Dr. W. R. M:lIple.r's great success in the John V. Stephens, nnd Lnrkin McTyer. and) Eliza liquors in this ritv. ThIS alone would speak mere ii
: : treatment of Cancer affections nnJ visite-1 him at Pileher John Pilcher. Thomas I'iicherYiEinm: Pil. Hides Wanted. favor of tbe relJ4 s1Ih" of the work than could be ..
1,2.3.4,5,6. 7, in S. Cono'! qr.A : Griffin, anti in the course of fix weekabebati the Cancer cher. and Nathaniel Wicker heirs at law of James erwis laid.-N. O. btlta.
Wanted for which the .
L S 0- i all removed. I would n Ivfse all that arc afflicted Pilcher deceased Defendants. "XflfiH BEEF IDES March

I 4. 12. 13, 15, 16. 22, 25, 39, 40, 48, 61 with the disease, to visit him and have their health TT appearing upon affidavit to (tilt satisfaction of the OUUU highest price will DAVID be paid.C.WILSONTallabaiseeSeptember29 Also Deer 1. 1856. I 9-fia
and Otter skins.
i County quarter. restored. lIe is, beyond: all kind of doubt, the most 1 Court that the dtfandants Eliza Pilcher. John Pilcher 855. 29 Quit Drinking Poisonous Liquors)

described property formerly 1 longed skilful Cancer doctor in the -"ulht'm States. Willian Pilclier. and Nathnnel Wicker, heir at LACOUR'S ,PATENT IMPROVED PCOCEW
For further information' and terms Cherokee Co, Ga. EMANUEL DOMING Law of James Pilcber deceased reside beyond the
S all liberal apply to A.Perry Aiuaker Esq. REVERENCES. J. D. Mnrtin Griffin Ga.; Dr. J. jurisdiction of this Court,to nit in the state of Geor. A. B CLARKE, I Fur.leaking all kinds of
Law TallnhR".ff" Y. M. Tucket, Harris county.Texas; Greer Bishop. I Liquors and Tlnrcnr*

CHARLES P. MANNING. Griffin Go.Scirrlins. !gia.It is ordered,that the said defendantaVoaprwar]" and MERCHANT TAILOR, INSTANTLY the OM of Laeoor'a ZsMBiial

the above prnperty will be for P.nr, I -. answer the saidbill, on or before the first Monday DEALER in READY MADE CLOTHING ADGE
C A. PERRY AMAKER. = Breast ma be Cnred. in June next, ell the same will be taken Pro Con TLEIEN'5 FURNISHING GOODS. These Oils are obtained by DwlilUtiooat th.Ct-

: 16, 1856. 7-lf LET THE PUBLIC HEAD I IIK fesso," Provided this order shall be published in some stand lea Laboratory(parish Jefferson)of PinreXaecw,"
at the well known old for
Newspaper within this Circuit once a week (or Ibepe- NOW receiving Author of Lacour_Chemical Analysis.Laeoar'a Cb B>-
; V&L Medical College.) mercy to the afflicted and the gratitude and high nod of four Months prior to raid tirrc. occupied by Clark & Stillman. a general lea Manipulation Laconr on lbs ManaCKtnr .1 l
:: ., opinion I itertam of DR. MOSELEY liS a Surgeon J. WAYLES BAKER. Judge. assortment Superior Ready Mu''e: Clothiag.Furnish- quore t w.'C coarse! of Lectures in this Institution nnd Physician. I deem it my duty mention the case MitcheH'ond Stewart Solid torn for Complainant. lug Goods Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings &.", composed OttO COGNAC. Inverts anini'

>e on the first day of May next and of my wife, hoping at the some time that all persons February 2. 185ft 6 in part of the following articles: spirit to a superkit, imitation .f ImpnrUd Bra months. bo bencfitted it. In the Frock Coats.
similarly nffliefed may by Fine Black Dress viz: Otard, Sarxenc, Marett Cogn, PooltnVy r-
Gener : FACULTY first of this wife had! h Black and Col'd Single Breasted Frock and
c : : part year my c\"eraII'1IlAlIlump Received on Consignment net e,United Vineyard l"n prU ,Catniic ,'.L
whom all MEANS, M; D, Chemistry nod to make their appearance in her breast; they continued Business Coats, don Dock BuDdies Tbe Liquors will bavt a fall Hi-
Sold by to increase in size, until the whole breast became From Chi le.!'on, per Brig Time*, Fancy Cassimere do. do. doM ty flavor,and a beautiful: sparkling eolor. Gg ..

: Na h at M. D, Anat-.mr. a ciseased runEs, nnd very painfuL I procured the CX TEIRCES Extra Carolina Rice,25 Bags Chat. Black and Colored Cloth Overcoats Rectified Whiskey!will, be changed, by the BM *f tU
Qainry; best medical aid tb! of )Rome, and notwithfitnndir S Black Doeskin Pants.
in city *
trr& G- JONES M. D, Principles and Practice *U d tanooga Mills Flour to be sold just to cover Oil of Cognac to New York Brandy., Fb Appl
f the earnest and fjithful attention of tbe mostskilfulpb.ieitL by RICHARDSON WH1TAKFR. H Fancy and Col'd Cassimere Pants Brandy.common Cognac Brandy. fe. .
Palmer 4 t she continued to and expenses Black and Silk Vests,
IOREI.ANDM. D, Principles and grow w.orsa I Newport,Jan. 12,1856. 2 [Sentinel. Fancy LACOUR'S OIL OF RYE change maa Bs<-
W. R->' :' worse until they gave the ease up KB incurable and Fancy Velvet do. ified Whiskey to Uonoogahela Rye Whiskey j.U Vk-
(n. M.in<\ I advised amputation. I was advised by of I u do. Cn!. do. Cashmeres,
G, M. D, Obstetrics and Diseases many my Circular & Saws. ginia Malt.w his t'1. Bourbon IV ht>key *Y.
:D. H. Children. friends to visit DR. W. R. MOSELEY, of Griffin, Ga. Upright White Marsailles do. D.D. OIL OF CEDHAT hanees common Kctii i

(JA. P. LOGAN M. D, Physiology an J Gen- which I did], nnd. astonishing as it may seem, he had HOE A CO, and Welch I A GrifTeth Circular Saws -ALSO- Whiskey to old Irish Malt Whiskey, and a superior
hfr entirely cured within ore month and ,4et a note 46, 48 and 52 iucb sizes, on hand and for A fine assortment of Shirts.Collars. Cravats! ,Black, article of Scotch Whiskey.OIL .
,JL D, Materia Mcdica in good health II I would advise all who are afflicted sale by D.LADD White and Colored Kid and Silk Gloves self adjusting OF PEACH change*common Whiskey UTirguiia -'

; Jurisprudence. with Scirrhus, and Cancerous affections to visit the New Port, NOT.J,1851S. 41 Stocks, Cotton and Merinq,, Under-shirt Jeans, Peach Brady,Ac Ojl Peach sad OH of OfMc-*.
made last session, the fact is cs- Doctor without delay, as I am satisfied by experience Drawers Brown,Fancy Cotton.and Lisle Thread 4 will convert common Whiskey to AP1)I.Bfaady.
that for Winterdi and observation, that he is the most skillful physic'an: Hose. White and Colored Cambric Handkerchief, all .
,dispute even !eeo- Notice is hereby Given OIL OF GIN converts the poorest Whiskey V*Holland
: \ prnpcily preserved are preferable to those in the Southern States,ia tbe treatment of that. horrible of which are offered to the public on reasonable terms Gin. Scheidam,Schnapp Ruse Gm Svaa. OMWErglnnd
smithing i ; and that warm weather does not ren disease-Cancer. T70RWARNING all persons from tracing for a and 'warranted as good as offered in this Marker. Gin. Ae. ,
,I ular : offensive, if soun-1 when put up. WILLIAM MITCHELL, I? plain note of hand given te Mrs. N. Jenkins by Call and examine. LACOUR'S CONCENTRATED ACID"..fv.
the entii of M. E. MlTCHfcLL.DaitahtfrofJ. the nndersigneti, for the sum of seventy-five dollars November 10,1855. 45
: and to course Lectures $105. Ma- hours after being mixed change five gallons .1 l gsW
W.: and due bout the first of last I determined
Home Ga.
Bradbury, ] day January am
f ticket -
shop i is paid (neo only.) 5. Dissecting Vinegar and twenty-five gallons of water to thirty
$10. Rome, Ga., October 21S. 18I. not to pay said note unless compelled by Manufactured Tobacco.
: ksw. and ; ) Diploma, $25. gallons of the mcst acid Vinegar that can b* found .
Fanning ran be procured at from t3 to $3 50 law.:1s the consideration tlr which it was given, has SHALL receive some 400 Boxes of various brands the markets. By the QM Lacour's'. Concentrated*

der. -further information add,ess, A. 0 Ata: : partially failed and n tender of tbe money has been 1 Mullens" Manufactured Tobacco on consignment old Vinegar can b*.made for on*dollar aDd aWl c.ne
twice full thereon due.
made for
J. G. WESTMORELAND ALL persons' that are desirous of availing themselves ameunt again this season, 100 Boxes now on the way out- per barrel. ,
Jam Dean of the Faculty. of DIL MOSELEY'S services.will find him nt A.I.M.ANNING.Much Merchants will do well to bear this in mind and it FOR MAKING 7JQUORS Laeoar'a OuTs reqtiir-
.. F b.23,1 56. 8 bisINFIRMARY.BROADWAY.GRlFFIN.GEOR- 15. 1856. 11 will be sold lower than same quality can be laid'down no preparation-onl/ pouring tbe Oil into tbe Whiskey
I- : GIA. for from usual markets and on time to good par and shake weal The Liquids thus made will hav a-

:: Seed PI Dters. Patients boarded at $1 per day, or $18 per month. Sale of Real Estate. tie?. DANIEL LADD. fine natural aroma-a full rich,oily-taste-...btaiti-- .

4. IS ; ign Hamilton: J. T. 4 L.J. WAIT, for the Coun- taken. No case will be received into this tstltbli b. I l) the County of Leon, I will sell at auction before exert three distinct properties in converting COBKMI'*
tration (If and Jeffmon are now prepared to man meet unless it is believed on:examination, that it can the Court House door in Tallahassee on Monday Middle Circuit of Florida. Whiskey to Brandy, Gin,te. The first property eon-
ton I to order. These seed planters are un. be cured, or admit of'hief. AH cases rejected will ;'the 7th day of April next the following describedreal IN LEON CIRCUIT COURT.In bines with and subsides in the form of' Floculefit particles
invariably be charged ?5, cxaminiaticn. and n yce.: the whole of rte gain oil. (Amylic
: best in uec. Farmers will do well to estate lying in the County of Leon, and knownas Petition of Elizabeth Rice for AIcr.W-
.: before purchasing elsewhere. All letter*, to entitle them to notice must enclosea the W J of N E i, E i of N W 4.W3SE the matter of that of Elizabeth Levinus a The whiskey is :thus deprived of that peculiar irritating
Feb. 2. WILLIS BALL. "stomp" for the payment (,.r postage and be directed J. E i of S W i.Section 14; and W J of N E 4, W i change of her name to : t and bura'ng taste,and becomes a neutral spirit f
'. Feb. 9, 1858. 6 to W. n.MOSELEY,31.D, <.f N W J. andS EiofN W J, nnd E 1 of S W 4, '. "VfOTICE is hereby given of the filing of the petiL the second property;'consists luau orly tuueilagiaans
: ..' Griffin. Georgia. Section 23. all in T 1. R 1, S and W ; containing 600 \ tion of Elizabeth Rice for a change of her name taste imparted to the Liquors which renders it mrllcTi
Notice. February 23, 1656. to Elizabeth Levinus, end that nner'tlte publication of and ( tie third
ly-8 imparts ,
acres more or less. Said property is a part of the estate an appearance o great age
I SIX --------,-- '. _.------ this notice tor three mouths application will be made, ia exhibited in the rich vinoas edor
fwing'claims against the est.te of of James S. Bond deceased and will be sold for propert nutty
Hamilton Capt.Thomas Reynolds, deceased, !a'e NEW G OOIS.) the payment of cJ bte. to the Judge of MaX Circuit' Court for.an order making that is imparted to tie Liquor which renders distn-
the change prayed for in Mid petition.COUNCIL tion from tbe Genuine Brands
tor tbe notified to them Terms made known on day of sale. impossible.
00 are hereby present MYERS
County igned Executor within the time required TOWLE & EDWARD IIOUSTOUN, AdmiuktralorMnreli A. BRYAN, Clerk. v I' {37* These Oils ire put up in quart bottles. t* li
notice will be pleaded in bar of their A RE nfiw receiving Ly recent B, 1856. 10 Jan. 12,1856. 3m bottle contains snffi ieot Oil for making 10011.r
tt. arrivals from New York.afush-
F.b. 2, all those' indebted are requested toI I _. liquor. Full and comprehensive directions aItOpany
_ _ ionnble and well selected stock of Notice.SIX tbe bottles Ptietj $2 per bottle.t3T .
JESSE A AVERETT Executor. Watches$ and Jewelry, months from date. the undersigned administnu One bottle of these Oils(five in number) wiU''

8-8w Conl'i.ding of gentlemen's gold hunting levers, Indies on the estate of William Thompson,deceased be securely packed and shipped (with {bin .f Ldmg)
; gold levers silver lever hunting anchor lepine oDd DR. T. J. CUR LEE late of Leon County will exhibit her final account and fret of charge to any part of the ooairy, npooth*

: f1iIIJ Collector's Sale. quartii-r Watches; Cameo,Mosaic, Coral nnd all gold Practicing t i Dentist vouchers to thi Judge of Probate for said County receipt of 110.1 to the address

: 1& of the authority vested in me-by Jaw, I bosom pins an I earrings, necklaces gold and jet crosses and ask to be discharged. P. LACOUR New Orlwis. .
N TIIOMASVILLE OAn and MONTICELLO Marsh 1 1856. 9-6m
bo itn pins and lockets fur hair and daguerreotypes I LUCY THOMPSON, Administratrix. .
the lands known the 'Forbes -
upon and their -
Prrlumery and MADISON, FLA. respective and
of $-
; gold ; a large RssoUment September 29,1855. m
and being within the County of Leon coubties. He inserts number of .\rtJfi.il1l *
Sri;ea. and shall tine plain, diamond. ruby, 'pearl and g met, ony and adjacent any Advances on,Sea Island Cotton.
Oils : !0 acres more or less pro Teeth, from ONE to a FULL Bet, on the latest
) V. much of the same before the Court cornelian finger rings; gentlemen's diamond *ins; _.. Executor's Notice. ADVNCES mad on S.ITT.1JId Oot-
and I sleeve buttons, plain, cameo, onyx nnd cornelian; agn.at imprnved principle, giving them that beantiful lifelike LIBERAL Charletto D.LADD.
the city of Tfl1Jahnst ,on Saturday the which Nature months after date I will present my final ac t io by
approaches so nearlyas "
sad ft l next as will satisfy the State, Coun. variety of stud. fine gold vest, fob and guard to appearance challenge detection by the closest observer. SIX "and vouchers to the Judge of Probates for New Port Nov.J, 1855. 44
.' Paint J3n d taxes duo thereon f-ir the year 1855.L. chains. seals keys, gold nnd siver pen and pencil cases Persons needing Dentil operations on their NATURAL Leon-6o aty, and apply for.a filial .discharge from
and steel
nrd cold, spectacles, gold and silver < For- sale.
.. O. \.
n-lA"sJc. .a C. DEMILLY. thimblr Teeth; awl wish him to perform them,can by the office of Executor, ef W. Hylton ,
tr They Tax Collector Leon Counry. applying Hooy, have them done at the following prices wiLK. CALLZx>. ACES SALT,b first rate.order by
ntppl.v 2-1 St Fine Cutlery noel Guns. which wi'.l: be found to be-MUCH lower than hvs ever Dec. U. 1855. 516m ,500: ; a a. XNlcnn-

.t 1 uggMtii Dinner and breakfast knives without f rk*, knives been offered i in this section of country bcfor', to-wit: ptemberl;! 'ISIIV 'Jtt .
at this Circuit Court. In Equity. and forks in retts, carvers and steel single, fine pocket I I For filling teeth with Gold Foil tl 00,11 60. $2'00 [ Seed Oats. '

4 ded and I Complainant, cutlery, shears scissors and razors; fice double and $2 50, varying according to size of cavity "and K Af| DUsimLs of superior; quality for tale by. rea.r'
4 Orders barrelled laminated steel nnd stub twist guns, common amount material used; Extracting teeth, in amex, I JUU HOPKINS & M'EOQ'NI8S. inpplj of fV da rc.t. i1Ib&, '{1-'
tk : and his shot pouches of various patterns, flue anJ out of office tl. AFRESH '
: p guns only 50 cents- Dec.. 1, 1855. 4.s per iGtic nd I* ul T>t *
:, t J-k p;.;: B. Savage, common powder flasks cleaning rod, Ely's caps and His nICE AT a full upper or lower sett of teeth on 1' .i ..'McKAOITrORMOiNtw.Pee2.l$51
'F A I Baker, Trus- wads, wad cutters,and materials fur gui smiths. FLATK. (with CONTINUOUS GUMS if necessary.) is Hides .S'q

J& 5 .. 'Silver,aud Plated Ware. only $6 per tooth, and ptr/ satisfaction guaranteed in any quantity, for'which lie highest -. '

lf U the :sattslaction the Court, that Silver table desert and tea spoons, silver forks soup ia every instance WANTED price will be paid In cash or gtoetriei.BROOME4BETK. :0 rf ..,.i, 1'$ ,
Jolm P.'K. Savage and las wife and cream ladle, butter and pickle knives, plated Those desiring his services In any portion of the .. a
: *;reside bey od1b. limit of Flori. forkiind spoons waiters castors cake and fruit baskets above named counties,or any other section of country September IS, 1155 37OH ) ,BBLS.KewFert ':

%. O. ) j SUtVef: ,Georgi --Jt U.; ordered that ,electro plated tea sets/and ,communion.service cnn upon application by letter to. ei'ber' of, the above .' alt, dtr.aod ";"lL.t.'aa : :

;L ;Old : \ ,answeror demur tojhe Com- butter, sugar.and cream dishes, chamber' end parlorcandlesUckfi named. ,Port 9t'ft.ces.or otherwise,receive,prompt-,.at _SaltSAit-Ss1*;' ;I .A"U- .I A'' IUIUII" .''.
lad rat Rules,'to be held fa,the Clerk's office salt-cellars card .. ,Jaa.lt.lSU: ? t \
'1 boquet holders! and tentitJD.v f. t .Jt
-- J
safe -
t Salt i'
for :
.0 ': -. -. A SACKS o. by ,-V I .11 !r 1. i-i
!o the'first'Monday in'.Aognrt, 1856 ....,
z flower baskets, an J brUtannia,ware.Itlinrelldiieons vIt POOLE <. .
Bill irillbt taken pnvmfttto at against ;r Sit &".D&I .d \' JHODGKISS, 4 CO. ; .. } lI.C'' '}
[ rtbn'Ordered'that a cop/of this Order Articles. JuKS C uc-Macon Georgia. N' 'v,mber It.. 185$. 48 : 0FrEE.8.r. i.'L..l' la.iC \
for'th'tea) i montluidsomftnewspBper I pub- Ladies ;eticulc<, satchels, work box vp.arl. Berlin Box.J. L. SEW U.D, 1JCDQE :.:. P k .
and morocco monaies, rl:'card; ', V Th.mMvHl.;Ga. Just.ReceiredPtr .Wbb1.k. f- :
: .aPa \ i dty or 'Aamc". nwn : ; beads coral necklaces and,.armlets,let bracelets J.8.Wisx, Esq:, ) ; t .' 1.jl''. ," ... .
ordered Chambers; this 2t
t 14 tb of'Feb-- .. Prig S.iReiniitglon fnm 1.r J JN,1.'or.
ICfrcii1i ,
-v > J '" I necklaces,and bosom pins napkin rings hair and tooth W. S: DILWOBTH, Eq, PottNs'lO'do .. '_ v, ; '_
3 T -- JWATLE: BAXER.JuJ&I, bru lie .b}.'vivers;shell buffalo,india 1't1bber''and C.G.FiuEsq., l' ,2'.'BDLS:Irish Oowo ,ees1'Buekwheat :- *...* E7.-'
and Java Coffee
} Cod
..ticrI ivory comb*;china and.wax'rdolls razor atrops and .Messrs W A J.J BUDD, Monticello,Fla., : Fib
.u -". 18,1856._ c rnbtwy,Mtt.'eig*>, eases, feather 'dOlt.! pallor and Col. E. E. DLACSBUU. ,. I &c..'whijchw., 'offei. low for cash. 1 and 'W.M, .iritrl.
1"' >&elt tKeVi ii gw.'and china and 'bas I RICHARDSON t WBfl'AKERINa.fpmcJ1n.12i8L T .: 01,11J" "
& Fortes.; dw' ; vases ( Jnuary2L.I58., ,. .W. .
:. __1._::.___ :._ -i ,.. I kets, terra; ota vases and;pUdiers,perfume bottlesjjeirel I : ?; 8tntlnell' tto Una"Cf ... .u..t
;n : t.rpr i UnaW 1ao J ..eases:) centre sn.peraionand] side" lmp lampshades'chnnneys "To. Long :Cotton. Planters; l. "8TORINQANO"$!Pl i ''Sa., 1'btM .
Fcrt 0'. 1 & ._-, L. I and wIcks irfoliiw and 049%ftattars have i MJrIecks tt'r PM" Q'J.J:88. I_L1.Y1 r ._ ."1

& 1L-) ttrma't"p' \ quautiYf1 binJ bobriow;acdeonsdaricnandAteggtgta2ahd WE. & fHNt,,direetThm ,QootnXJarolida The I.\, q ;,' .. I ,. .' :o& ,.Iai I. .
.' : ecodtou 1a'aDY eoootfy vioJLuj atringa.fine.eolen* erf Otfatr Oottoq G n dfrom Uie..e* sod] K J gharlwtoa pHfl nndrrsJpwdtUlMarries OQ th.abort btttJan* ''uid IO, l

v ... -.1" **'. "., 1 .' ,". I perfumery.and general acot taunt of Teytf 1' ;: this. Season, af48 to. ,M'.1.;' > r nd.t: \ rl In,all its. branches.. ,Buildings wsUeaIent.J l for 'So.oe'_aU-, -. '- "_1 af. _r.r.0.,; '
: ,'1tin.. .t' ..Lt't.Ut'tt: : W it besidjrr W Wf VB ay iIa, t. MelfATfoaTAOBMOyD:, 'celi&t .,pDI Dr'LAnD > : -'L,11' .
L ". ,:-t- .. NSH.oo. ,nnlDl'. :. ; fareb t,.1H& "t: .r.'rpi'; 8pt 1Mt'.1I1a .:..rT ..11a' .I4temllc.'t... '18M.:, 44
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