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: April 26, 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
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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TALLAHASSEE MILES NASH & CO. Proceedings of the Democratic State 5. That a majority of two thirds be ne- The President announced that the Hon,-athe: proceedincs of this Convention be Rj 1

FIffALRAfABrffYReT. : Convention.In c'ssuy: to a choice. M. S. PERRY having received the unani.: published in nil the Democratic papers of 1j j
6.Tlmt nominations shall be made without
0-- accordance with previous notice, delegates .. mous vote of the Convention, was the candi.- this State.

W. If. Childers, A. '., Principal, DRUGS <3B3& PANTS, from various Counties in Florida as* I, 7.debate.Tl'st tl"1} vofp cl}It'11 )JM viva vooe. date of the Democratic party for Governor On rifotion; the Convention then adjoarnV j

Mrs. H. n.: Brown, Teacher of Music. MEDICINES, E OILS &c.r serabled lit the Court House Madison at: 8. That the votes 1 be cast by counties and of this State. ed sine d'. -. jj

0- 111 o'clock, Wednesday, the 16th April, A. D. that, the Delegates of each} county determine On motion the Convention! then proceededto G. "'. WIHTFIELD. Prt.J 1tn'; ;j

rK- REFER to Hon. M. A. Long. Pres't. Board of 1 ''JTOULl infofru their! friends and the public. thai l 1S56 when for whom their votes may be cast. ; y
on motion of F. L. Villepigue the nomination of'a candidate for Con.
Te"&t *. D. C. Wilson. Eq. Gen. R A. Shiti', Dr they have on hand a good assortment of suetartxcls I ,' i 9. That Speeches or 'business before the J( K: Snoroxs, ) Secretaries '

Jli'w' Snh. H '.T. W. Brevard. Oof.J. E. Broome. and will as be are generally kept in their line of business, Esq., Col. ROBERT J.l'Loof F'nnklin:1S, |I Convention: shall l be ]limited to five minute?, I gross; JAMES S. JONE, )S L 1
t1r: The exercises of tbe Academy will commence! receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their called to the Chair
and James S. Jones The ProMdent that nominations
en Jklondnv. the 7th InsL terms shall be reasonable. requested ; and no member shall he heart! more than announcing [From the Washington Union of FrMa/.J C

ApriI,1S5G.: 14 Tallahassee, April Sth .1853 14. to act as Secretary. The chairman i I I i twice on the same: question; without the conj were in order, Col. Floyd presented the ,name Mr. Buchanan's Position on the Kansas

-----. briefly explained the object or the! meeting.. j sent of a majoiitv: of the J members present. of the Hon. Geo. S. Hawkins of Jackson1'and BUI. I It
DR. N. G. 1lcDONALD.toNTICELLO EDWARD M. WEST. { 10. That: th! rules of the last House of -
motion of Col. E. '
F. Blackburn
a committee Col. J. B. Coker nominated Mr. F. L. 11
FLA. and I J Representatives: of Flol ida hall control upon Some di3cussion having taken place opon'tbe
-iT7JLL tt end with assiduous care, all cases cntru Attorney at Law, consisting of one fiorn each County !,''all questions. order. S I YHIipjfjue of Leon ; whereupon Mr. Villipigue position of Mr. Budhnrran 01 the Kan.'jn

} \ !td to him. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. represented, was appointed; to select pcr Da. B. C. POPE, Chairman. I in a neat and appropriate address, withdrewhis Nebraska bill, we are permitted.to copy th'j 1

Office ftdjuMun that of Cot Dil worth. 1 April 5, 1M (. I nent officers for I letter addressed
12-1 > 14 the Convention. i i On motion of Col Floyd committee of name from before the Convention and urg- following extract from a by '

--March----22.-1850.- ,-- -- -- --J- -. I ------ -- I The Committee retirev!, and aflcr consillation :i nine waappointed' ; II) the President, to prejIre I c-d trio: nomination of Judge Hawkins. The Air. Buchanan to Senntor Sidi'll, dated! nt 't

WILLIAM P. SLUSS Eli, 4 LL having Notice.claims I turned and ihro.igh thiir; chairman: ,,, !) ; :: it-fcoiuiion-t to> i i'l' tubmitted! to the Convention I Convention then proceeded to vote with the London on the 2Sth he of December difference last, wl Mr leD'tht'rc .I '
persons seemed to no as to ;
.Tn,11ahassoc, F1a. XJL: of Murat ; ;
(Gaih'aith' jj) kL' Coker 1'iicc
to the and \ Livingston' ,
MANUFACTURER OF COPPER,TIX AND SIIEKTIRON us same are requested undersigned to make imrnf ''I the following gentlemen : .1 anJ Po.-t. I For GKOKCK; S. HAWKINA.rltii -. : part on all other issues. It.will be seen

WARE, WHOLESALE AM RETAIL For President-(Jen. G. AV. AVI1 iTFI }ELD.: i!I The: Coiivtiilioii t'r.en !: (0; votes t Hillsborough 5 votes, that"Mr.. B. speaks of the I Kansas Nebraska gi'
mijotirncd 1))
DEALER i.v PLAIN, FANCY AND R. W. bill wiih his uII frankness and decision.
For lire Pn'," lm.r-D. lYr.MYM.uf Jackson Calhoun :: .J nth t)1I 8"I u:-
April 5, 18:'. 14 :'o'clock to.monumoru;nt. \Vt' are confirmed ii: OIr: impression by this
I. Colitnbi-i}
11 I JefTi-rsou( H"
1.. (; ::Ie !
J. :
z.vy of Gadoid: ::, :. j ii. PILl I '.
Slov( Head-Quarter i -- luv.l i H") Leon t U hi loiter Jim no man, no set of men, and no'
Parlor !' DR. I of Alachua, M. POST of Ilillsbornu! ?' .\ -O\ C. IftlI ., ,
\ SPLENDID assortment Cooking, / i jDauV I ) 1" MadKon 10" newspaper, are at all wnnanttd to speak authoritatively .

t\. and Wood Stoves trimmed with iieatuess '$ RESIDENT |I j Fur .l'crcttrC8.un:, S- JOM:* of Leon :' Thursday, 9 o'clll'kL i.I <\,j i K-ciribii: : .1" Monrou 4" fur Mr. Buchanan upon this or. :.'..

3au J durability, at reduced prices. i j!and 11. K. SIMMONS of Ft'aijIIiu.I The C.avt IIUOl met pursuant to .adjourni !i Frwkiularion: (( upon any other, .question. IllS own words t..

Out Door Work. IS uow inserting i I TinPiebidenl t, Gen.; l.itfield i ': : : I Ij ( .':id.lon !1)) Orange I" s'pL'alfor thcms- !Ives. .
Roofing Ornamental Fron! Head Guttering. Copper j and explained: I 1-ti
Tin Pipes. Sheet Lead. ShettZinc. new j! the j The Commttlcc appci.ited to rcso- Hernando :a" Nassau ii The Liter of1 r. Buchan.-m not U .4..4
ui J ConJueting; continuous gums, object of the Convention: in 1 i lid'lIlcl appropriale prepato : was .

Lead Pipe Pntent'Cistern Pumps. Shop work I other without seam or crack, ; j i! terms, concluding vtilh thanks for It i"ns'fo!! th cOII-i idoraii! i.'n' of the (Conveti.I Putnam :a"-t. Johns1" will be seen, intended for publication, but the > ,,:'
4,1 every variety dune at short notice. Todgmeut of food, thereby ) f :ant.i: Rosa .1 Hrevard I I" .
;! the distinguished honor eoniered lion, 'repoilcd! I ti.rongli I their chairman, C'u. gentleman! to whom it'a addressed baa w
City and Country I Icrt-Imnls life like. and restoring the i iso j upon him; AValton t.Vakulb 4"

Are respectfully invited to give me a call befoie pur- iu Middle as to d Florida detection.for He I j On motion of Col. Floyd, a comr.iittec: of f i, j, Ro'iert Floyd, tIt following: : i I thought it necessary, after the; editorial article 1

c!!ai"in<; elsewhere. Full j' fifteen to !| 1. I Hi f - TiiKt: '11.1.! IoiMcr'.ticutAtiti) ] Know TolallllHlhl'r, 1:2 votes. in the Union cf \AVidricsdav: :last, to lay it ,
was credentials
:g- N. B. All articles mannf.ictued from the very Setts can obtain all necessary appointed report on : X"llii"; I :! !_.,' liar"f; : F!"n-Li in CnhVciitiou ii--taiblcJ '
best material and warranted durable. No other article lIe will warrant, in every inr ]I who, through their cll::ll1lan, made the following l. ti-aiilini: i!..' III i.ii't'I: ; I Li i 1 ii \\n l)v t'ne Di.-ui'.ciiitic: The Pii-ti i cut announced that the lIon. before the country : :ji,

will b* offered for sale. I prices to suit the times. Terms I : Xnti.-is., C.,\i\.' ii'i.'ii of iJa'tii.ijic ill Io52, UJ-J aJoit G 1:0. S. IIWKI.NS having leceived the nnanii The qntbtion has been settled by Con" t\:
October 20, 1855. 42 j for. i I lepoit tht'i.i .is tl.oir !. I I I "4
I June 24, 1854. __ I j The Committee appointed to examine tile ': _. ILP: : ',.\.'. lUttv! : .' hull ns Brothers tlin,. Na i I mous vote of'the Convention, was the candidate gress, this sett'emerit should be intiexiby .''

Co-Partnership Notice. 1------- -- credentials of delegates entitled to seats in! li'":!:i1 ".;.- i ill t i llfii i-la. Of'n in, ju-J the S-utluisi II I of the Democratic party to present this maintained. The Missouri Compromise is

FLOYD & I this Convention loa\e : -t;I late; ircnriiiv: : : \\ hn, ilisc.ii'fi'iir:! !! {'njudscis! and po- :; in : of tho United gone, and gone forever. But no assault should ; ::1'.t.r :
un jer ined have this day entered into a co beg to icpmt that ti.e\ !I ; tate tie next Congress i .
T'ilE Attorneys at I |I, Iilsc.ii: 1,1l'IJ.t'il! i '!.*, I-a-e 1.tllc,1 v\ith the Dcinocrae be mule: upon those democrats who main- .
in theWHOLESALE have examined the ciedenti'iks ofslw I fi.llou- bcl.uMi.:; ; it to 1 L: tl.r m'\:' :'uli'.Id:,; paity 1,1c.h'I' tuttti j i ta1es. The nomination. were responded to tainfd it, provided ill :'

& RETAIL V\7"ILL practice in tbe :, ing gentlemen' and i1d:: tj! !Jl authuriied! to I I! I CMplie: 1 i,f J.iaintatii.: ; ;! I ti I c Ci-n-tituLi .11 of uuiO. '!i faith they ale now willing
'by hearty iipplan e.i good to maintain the settlement it
? Y and West Florida. and i iu ., as
BUBIN"ESS, j; sit as delegatesiz : ,< 'iittrtl. tile ll i.t.! ii the dLtii. J.d
DR.: of tbe State. Also in the (i From E. c 1i'ic-.J. I!. !Hrook I ',,'. lli-,': M.st. '1''I.t.! we .,*..:..t :i-true fri-.n I L* in r.j ., f i Mr. Clia's. E. I\ ke moved that the Con. exists. Sarh an understanding is wise and .

under the name and style of ted States in the Northern J! "SaJla AWI I Fernai.dez j common o.t'ef.: I Iii'ite N R.J. FLOYD, Office irov. |I'! I-f fir.uei-ii; liave ci-uJcudfJ! tar tic V.'vn.titutionalti I It is wt-Il known how I labored in company i :"I.:
AMES & LIVELY. D. P. HOLLAND, Walton- .AlcI'.Woa.: ti;. < f I hi'- -xl., t.1. ". '!: for Presidential Electors and Delegates to with .. .

Dec. 22,1855. : I "JacksluD.. Uana-, Col. I). Pitt- I' 1.i ]I-J'! >LVI.II. Thil: Sluvcry i-. a pait t cf tt.' ilo: I. tiie Citjcinati Convention, when the following\ Southern men to have this line extended 'h
__ to the Pacific But it has de q
THEY will be pleased to nee their friends n man, I B. F. Parker. j iiji-itio,! jn'l.i'T:. cacti State u'uie it ('xi.I", avl any I ocean. 1 't,.r
;) anJ patron at the old stand).f D. II Ames. DR. MILES I From 'wd.-lill-IL/ 11. J. Floyd, II. K. im. actioii by (Ci'i: ;;:rtts, itfriiriii-il: ,) nr ciiic-ulatt-.l) tour iiujitir I names were prc-a-cnlcd and unanimously J adopted parted. Ths time fr it has passed away t..'.
| \Mrl-i'n it, l the Teirit"ti and I verily believe that the best tho f ,
'where they will Veep a full and general i 1 Of FEES HIS PROFESSIONAL i, mons, or aniii'iimi hy pecplocif : -nay, 0 ...
of Articles to tbtir I t i.,. (ex-l pt, \\liii a,,'.'!)J.II-.1 in Courviiti'in for the only-mode now left down the fanatical :..Ii
assortment appertaining TALLAUJLSSLE AND st'ItIl.Ot' FOR MIDDLE FLonID.1. .\. putting -
liue easiness. 1. H. AMES, I I From (;r.tlsrhl-L., IWcEIvy; : :: Ilatison I i pm: |I'o"! df fiamu: tticir cuiiatituiit-n: pn-jrirntury: : to and reckless spirit of abolition at the' 6 :
M. LI A'ELi.January I Gibson, J 110. -'I c Eh'y. i! ailini-sioii into the Ui Lip i II as a State.! ) i.llni\uy i tl.au A. LONG, Elector. North to' ;. .
with Dr. M. s ash f'r its ic iI.itii'ii: ami prot"'cti, ii. xvotil I be a \-i\ ts adhere to the existing settlement "
1. 1 156. 1 f OFFICE From Ll'on-S. J. Houston, Dr. T. I It Lamar gross JA*. L. MOELY, Alternate. : j.J
t e. .Liti.ui i-f the r j. tal! Coni.t| ::: fuivcuh of the without the sightest! thought or appearance ;
J.V.. Ciieen Chain-s. F. L. '
Notice. I .Milv9. 1855. 20 1 I ,tights! :titnl equality the fct.itp1*. County Electors. of wavering, and without regarding: any storm '
i Villepigue, A. P. \m:1her, J. i B. (;iidbraith! .' :G.:; kD-oLi-ii That: the ry Cor.p'CE1; cf which 1',1 iI
T s-nths after date. tIle undersigned i ,administrator jcjsngc J. C. SMITH Madison. may be raised against it.
\ _'
C 1. J. M. IUCIIARDSOX.. AAr. D. Bloxliam, C. E. Djh. S.r.. )JYtr -, any law :aL.jJ.ill: Slavery: in the Di=tntt of C'olum-) ,
Violet Hams deceased late I ;
.- on the estate ( bis final accounts aud RICHARDSON & P. B I'rokaw, J.imcs JonjSj Dr. \\ Iv. 1 l,sn; tiT jjroiiLitinrtljc! : Slave tri .1! L""n C.uiity.ill present I : iu tlio 'icnitoiies other THE OP GKX. JACK- t'
I "r prohibiting SIlvery cr plat" -
%'.ncWs: to the JuJ e of Probite for said County and i hayward, prn'rr.1"rorn ,. JNO. GALBRAITII, Leon: -
I Receiving and ; "ulj.t! to tit Lavs of Cuu n.s, t.r the refo.-ul lly : "oTho following incident related: br I +.
SHINE AdmV.December
ask to disebir-red. R. A. IFr.kuliofI'ti'. C. nI'C'. t-' :.cinit! : a Sfatp ill'u the \lgii-ni b 23. 1P35. 5-6n j chants, 11 JeI7cr.crn'b': '. '(1)\ \01", Dr. MeDonjilJ ;, GtJr tiutiI u-C'-:ni-es Slavery.: v.-(>ull aluinlev'ilence JOHN C. RIVES, h the only instance on record ,..
Col. HEXDF.RSOX AA'akulla.AVm. ,
I NEW PORT. I B. \\ Utllaniy! J H. I J.! Lang, D.Walter ,' <,f a ti\.oJ. :111 1 iifii.rae! ; il-is'i i 1 on the part of that where DONELSON attempted to act as tho' fP't..
MEDICAL NOTICE. I August 4th, Ib55. 31 I w to wt-akui, : ti'iallv! d.l .' the institution II. MITCHELL Ham lton.'
Ixxly impa'r an -
j \\ : i'v ,
\ II. AVare AVm :
jr., r(.tt, of (;en. JACKSON. It is i as follows :
-0- 1----- --- --- (If Siavciin: tLe Statv*. isnJ would bu such ai1 '"
Woolen, (;J. \.'. Blackburn, E. I fl.] Hhrkbun.Jno. : itiou of i } woud: I FOR EAST FLORIDA. The
DRS. GAMBLE & BETTOX DR. R. A. \ mr igf.l = rii r.n.cniiit to : message President Jackson, which
j }Fiiilavson I st-. P.;,!'J!. v. jr., .i T). J Ilii.l I, D. (-{'[. ,?=i'I. u'J jii.t1; a icsi'rt to nu'Asui of resistM.CO. PHILIP DELL, Elector. referred to the French often-
tbe i his profe fional indemnity, was
their rrofeswonnl Services to Pub-j
OFFER OFFERS and B. Bird!, Gi-n. Geo. WLitfli-ld.! : Gao.V.. CALL Alternate.Couny ed in its
Office the Store of Messrs. \ language by Donelson and others
T' G. Rnr-OLviD. flat the Con-liiition! of tie ruit .l]
I From lailiwn AVm. : \L John
removed to the residence of : \ IfumphiPV: ; who wanted the
Hd"ki Sctitt t Poole. : St.itis in tlcc1ariIlst, 1 r-i!ii..tlll I test hall beicfj Electors nerve and judgment of the
1,0 -
5. 1856. 1 I uation formerly occupied bv the I Raga':, E. Vann, liicluird! ''I'i.'li: J.-iiin-s' Si-i.I : President. Mr.
January 1 .irtj: :a< a cUjinrati[ : i 1 for 1m. ;fiice, and that "no Rives brought it back in i1.
-- --. -- --- ---- --- I February. 1856 ; I las, I Ilinsm I : I Kobfils l ( J. '.\",:'1:111'. T.[ I\\ViK, 1 lw i .lnl1 ever liv I jc s-cil rcfrpictiri: the (.tablishnn-nt! E. DOGCETT: Duval.It. print, and it was read to the General. 'Stop }

iUCflTU" ._. ) T. mnciirrr. ..CHARLES' w.. nowviva'" A. P ERR'I j John ?:lp!, -. J. Lamer: .'. 3Ic l !'i I"l, 1 lli-ni. i-t r-izi.i n, nr tif! fu-c (::1'1'1. M-thenof," idttmled to KIKKLA, Nassau.G. porr :son,' s-iid: Jackson, that is not as I putit ;

BIRCHETT & DOWNING, I E'waidJuhn! O'.Sti-en, Mcpi"n! \\!..a.J., :1"s-ccure, tll .vt-iv citi't-nof the l"1;I'", wlmlt-vcr creed I' ;. IL FAIRBANKS St. John's*. ; how is this I' Why, General: replied
VT8mJI 1r !' ct, tinfi..lt.t:: t r.nJ J frerfctxiicie <.f his Natural
1TTOSXETS AT 1.GE\ TS FOR CLAIMS I Ream?, D. Il ivant. D. A\dkcr.: ( j jr., Neil ( :nniUll DoneLon
; ii '
lii'ht. t'. wiiiship, (; ,1 :af-eord'ii' ;; to tln> iie'ates <-f hup (;i. E.: )ICCLJLJ.Colurnhill: : ; great confpsion, the cabinet

\o. 499, Seventh Street, I I BrYlItlrd il'lc1, U. I AVdlanl, E. Fox,p "'-.\ ci.tIUi.CC ; nnd t hat jili attempts by cimilnia- E. LEWIS Alachua. had a meeting, and thought the language waa

WASHINGTON CITr.WILL .I May 21, 1653. R. J. .Al'avs, O. E. Sullivan, Clrul.-s: ; C<-!i's, !:1"11"i <,f ni I 1Hint"1; T. J. Liviiistni; : .. C. PlibtnCA.Fair : li-:hf. lre'l.t \v.r with I the true pi-incite-s of I the Contluulion J. B. DAWKINS, Putnam.AV. it little.. I
rn don't
before the Court of Claims, nnd j I a care for the cabinet:
I P. B. ti'l] ots-ji't to be rcMd \\ita the
: : !
J. JleldJ"tIIII; Famespir-
j C. lralld1",1; ; T. IvEirT Marion.
cute claims before Congress and the bev-1 rejoined the President this is
: I jt that = the alien! and frcnition laws from the my ,
oral Departments. :! LIVERY AND I I Svflt, I). I II. .''1,:1\8, J. C Smith! I'. [P.Vb., ''.._ ." :. utc' I'vii-pt.".k. AV. COOLEY, Hillsborough.: not theirs ;' and, turning; to Mr. Rives, observed

July 2S. 185;. SO TALLAHASSEE, II ner, jr., B. C. Popp[ D. G.; Li\i1g*lol, Dr.) A. ;i 7. Rh'oLM-t), That \ c vrill resist tIC! efforts of "'m. HOPE, Hernando. : Please rcstor the 61 iginal( language..*
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"R.H. .- J. Dozier- -J. -L. _Host-Icy. -B.- F.. Wardlv.v.- I.nf.rt, i'l1 poxcnuiicnt to throw I.JHHI our shou-s its f I This ..was done, .and the event .justified the -Ia
BERRY nnd criminals! but would nut extend Jos. B. SPECK. Oraniro.
I From ('ohiiibia-A. 11. Cole fiji !jpaiipira; ; we
Proprietor jiroxv oi the old Statesman France
THE these t'rlJ? to nl! the liouselei* and hti' flri unforta I paid
J AA' F RUSSELL Brevard.F. .
his G. E. Meridian. : the
Auctioneer and Commission 1.'I motJeThe war that be
was to ended
rntcs of'othir biurls nifcfi lr-s to thosevhu bare a ;
.l _ public! that he has From Alae/lila-Dr. James A. Stewait FILOR Munroe. smoke. "
MERCHANT. ,, haute fir }lot'in? libeity under governments less m .
'. large Brick Stables, at the old i Philip Dell, J. B. Coker, Cot I E.: Eailc; Geo.; 1 free than our; but God having blessed) us as n peo- J. "'. JOHNSON .
to accommodate his
TALLAHASSEE, Fla, Sept 29, 1855. S9Wholesale prepared IId\'n ton, S. R. Pjles, ]H. I II. Voiinrr, ji'e' with !b.i"ad and fertile acres fur nnri.iils: and tbeConstitution
He alHO has attach jto his proxyfor More Influential t( .Old ilne? n'iigs"
having im iosed C ni ies the, WEST FLORIDA. : .1"I
upon -
Jno D. Ilennis J. II. McGim.* powerf I -
w. B. D4ILLS j f smith Shop. where be will have pioxv' .
( pic-0ibin! _. laws fir the naturalization cf foreignITS. -
H. L. CAMPBELLE Elector. Coming to the
Plantation woik. Horse shoeing, : for G.; AV. Means. ; Rescue.R. .
and Retail Druggist and tlmt power having Wen ex..rc.i,1 in such R I
NEWPOET, FLORIDA. the very best manner and with i 1 From Durol-Felix G. Livingston, Dr. J. manner a? to meet the approval of "Washington nndi '\". D. BAR.NE", Alternate. A. Upton, Esq., not long sine the Whig

patch. G. Dell, pro\y.I i JflFiTson: we would, upon the terms titus ptescribtnl, I !I
OTlD GRS from Physicians and Planters put up November 5, 18 '5. !i From l'utlwm-Dr. G. E. I la we?, C. A. I' viicoiii' t,) our tlirr! the oppressed of t\tiy dim County Electors/ : standard-bearer in the 3d Congressional Distrfct -

the greatest care. i| ------- I II i 'j j f>. UL.- tvLi>. Tilt tile mlaiiuistratioii of IVfsji AA' II. MILTON, Jackson. : of Louisiana!! an# Robert AA'ooldrUgc,
Price S. Mayes, J. F. Calhoun.
Carriages Buggies
February 2, 1856. 5 ; : '
i i <'t-it: I'u'i.-o. its ndvocaev: of the principles! of thelri'isNeljta1'zL the
----- -- i I 4'or Sale by P. B. !j j i From St. Johns-Paul Arnou, A. 11. Cole, i : Bill, and its unwavoring adherence I' LUKE LOTT, Calhoun. Esq, Secretary of the last WhIg National .-

LIFE INSURANCE. ; "HE Subscriber I I I proxy. 1! tn the tloctrne: of State! Ki hts ns tmg-ht by JeflVr!onI AV. K. L.\\I Ir.TIX, Walton.D. Convention of the Uuited States, have com, .1'.;

THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO 2 !; _I.- ._, i _L very large From Br'mrd-C. A. Price, pro:y. j I nnd the f.itbf rs .)Democracy, meetsitb our cordudi AV. McC'RAME, \\'a hingt n. out publicly in support of tbe grflli i Na'ional1Demooratic l ;, ,,1"1
.* 1 1rI and j i ftppidbati-m' ; ill l.im the! country! has. a friend to tbe ,
1,000,000. j A. Price .
ACCCVCLATE3 CAPITAL Buggies, Orange-C. \ .
( prox.Jarc1llW. i 1:1j.tlll: C"ti-tituii. and the rybU'-f Section J. WILCOX, Holmes. party of tho Union' ; for the fol.
I every
issues the lives of for sale on the most reasonable .* Harris J. $. Lewis .
lIICo'np:1tIY: policies on ? '
| I : in t the CClllft dHI and fb-j'jlJ) lie l be tle1101cc of the I
11.f'r. B. F. Franklin. lowing patriotic I.
White: f for the November 18, 1854. SIMMONS reasons clearly and
persons ">r me or m"re \t-ars. or I i B. E. Dupont. I Cincinnnti Cl'JHUli"lI. hit nomination will tucctitb powerfully '

vhole Dividca period declared.f !life ON to the THE insured MUTUAL SYSTEM.issued :I[ ATLTp i s H II' From Hcrnfinda-;. Post, pro's' for deleoatcs !' our beaity jijijiroval ni.d Mippoit.j Delegates! to the National Democratic Con set forth, in a lelter of Mr. Upton, addressed !. ,1t."'-
on policie
j 'J. HI.ol.\'I': That the LVlejjatt from Fbi Ja to to Mr. 'I I :
for lifc.l'Ltsr ventioniz : Wooldrilge: : .
; ; j Ilhe rineiiriti: : Cunvention lire bt-reby, instructed to in- I ,
FREEMAN, Actuary.MORKM FKANKUS, Pres't TALLAHASSEE, lIillJororrdl-J. PI t. i -1st 1'!'.Iii III'I 1)'!''I"'I I..ti I bv that C 'ii> eltion. before tIle Hon. A. E. Maxwell, C. E. Dyke, Dr. T. The results of the recent elections tbn'ugh- IV Il
,/('-. 110. P. nal,hil.. liomiatio'l of iiil.it.sfi I'rot-idcnt Mid A'ife out the '
bvJuary eun >
t: \pj)1iclti'ln received in Tallahassee ; > r country, particularly in the
'I TILL practice in the 1 B. Lamar, Dr. A. J. Dozier, B. F. AA'ardlaw South
J) r,1c Jno. P. Baldwin. i !li nt. 'f : cl inilxxhin the sub- ,
19, 1S56. B. C. LEWIS. I V < < a pi.i'fuiin: ]"iiiK'ipIf! I the present organization of '
and in
T the
-- \ Office in the Capitol; ] 2d I It. Xi'.fsan-Dr. J. G.; Dell, :is proxy. ; -tanec; of! II.,- f"I' ;<' f.lJli"lI! ct' tit} <""\1111011; andI E. E. Blackburn, J. Finlavson". Dr. Thomas [House ot Representatives .National\
i : ; ,. the entire absenceof
I i hboul} I ..(1'ni\'lriti"n( ( fr' t.i mu'i icbvlu
AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO j,, over theroom of the Cluk of the Cd/t""II-B./ F. P\I'r:1s! proxv. i i i..ti or ',';.l lui:I >n*, the bald i mj Ddi-jj.itcs adopt are hereby iJI Monroe A. J. Foreman, H. J. Floyd, John any feature nationality in the American

CAPITAL.*500,000. i July. .21, ]85:. 1 All of.\dic.1t is respectfully submitted.JOHN I tructe 1 to \\ilblr.r.: .Milton, U. H. Long, D. Jordan, J. U. Brooks, I party, its coalition with Black RepuMieanfem
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'TIIE: un1ersl ned, Affentof the above Company E. I H. BROOKS( Chairman.On 1 1! I ti. J Kh: <)L\iD: That wc 1)cr.I'Y81'I'rovetlll) ] ; couisf Dr. JLI1Il'S1. AVade, Thomas Parsons, S. B. iu the North and West, its want OfUDit\ in

receive applications! for and make insurance I I motion of i Col. B. C. Pope of )ItdioI! /( 'tir Krpre.-ft.tutite in Coicievthe, lieu. A. IL.taxwtll. .I its own National Council, its wn'ui of '.;
ain"t loss by Fire. on Brick and Frame Buildings WIlJ] rojjrt-t tint he bw: di'cbn d] allowing his Mays, John II. Patkhill, G. AV. Wllilficld1. p'e ma-
in its
WILL CONTINUE J coziiii' .{ from each : nency promulgated platforms(
1 le con.Mi-ting ( one iiiunc; to b-j iiM-il I fr election to the abovo
now BOwoitbi'j
uJulLure.Merchandize, &e. | I pukl : : Whit Smith, A. II. Cole! CoL Henderson all its roaition!
January 19186. 3 B.C.LEWIS. DRUG & MEDICINE County was appointed to arrangithe ratio ; ,t arid ably illled by Lilli.I Abolitionism in the non-
Newport, S. St. Gco. lion. D.
Rogers L. !:
slavehoKling State, all combine lead'me
I I The leaoluiions! read to
in the Cc-nvention and determine were one by one,
JOHN W. EVANS, I J3f: AT. TilE OLD 6TA.VD representation ; -I I Yulee, Thomas Ledwith, J. T. Magbee, J. B to the belief that the South can place no re
jand on mt'tion, unanimously adopted.Oa ( *
order in which the nomina
ATTORNEY AT I upon the I Goiter. Felix Livingston, J. G. Dell, B. A liance upon this larty.in the hour. da.n'pr.
.LAW. motion of Mr. GalbraTth of Leon the .. -----.0. "
shall he The comrnTtlco after .) that
BVIMJRIUGK, GEO OF THE : made. a I Putnam., Ho:]. U. Mallory, P, Ariiou anti' O'u say truly, the issue presented tot' .
"\"TILL pvc prompt attention to all business en I j jf (. absence, returned, and through iheit J CO1\.t'nthn proceeded to tho nomination ofa American people at the next Presidential o-
ted his in tile Counties Thomas, I Elias Eai.'e.'
tni! t".l\rc. candidate for Governor. lection, is no less a ono than the
Deeatur. Baker, D-iti;bertj, Calhoun Early and Clay. i Corner of Clinton and Monroe I : reported as fuliows, ; I I The President Dr. Lamar introduced the following reso tion and perpetuation ofthe AneriC't1.unfDf\-preserva-' t
having announced that )
February 17,1856. 7 tf I JII"ulr.r19J 1856. S The Committee appoii.ted to recommend nominations ;
-. ---- I, ratio of to which each !' were in order, .Air. F. L. Villepigueip'itin lution, hich was adopted. nnd npon this issue it seems (to me. every

LONG & GALBRAITH, I I Glass, Oils, White ,. fchall }be representation entitled) in the Convention !< nomination!! t tAlachua the Hon. 1 IVL S. Perry of Kcsolced, That the majority of delegates true friend of the South and the Union! will

ATTORNEYS LAW TALUHARSEE FLA.MA. j : be found in the ranks, and advocating tho 4 p1 :
AT Cyf\f\ BOXES Window 1 t to FUfrjros-t rubs for the crovernment of'oting I/ pr sent at the national Democratic Convention -
LONG & J. B. GALBRAITH have associ- j, JL U\J Kegs White Lead, ; leave to follows : Dr. T. IJ. Lamar tioiniiiatcd, Co! :M. .\. principles of that party, that possesses a nationality -
as .
beg report ( cast the vote of the State.
8 barrels Linseed Oil, i large enough to defend
themselves in the practice of Law. They Long of Leon.I the great
the 5 Lard Oil, ]1. That each County be allowed one \'ot(>. |I On motion of Gen. J. G. Smith o.t.the American
will attend the Courts in the Middle Circuit, Supreme I :, "J. u. Brooks, nominated the lIon Dillon James T. principles Constitution, and,
That} each County allowed .
Courts and tbe District CourU of the United SO Keg Zinc Paint 2. ojje vote tor the existence *
perpetuate of the
James S. .
Paint Jordan of Dscamhia. Ar-iher, Jones, Charles. E. Dyke, American
20 package Fire.proof ( ) I democraticotes
Sutrs at TalUhassee.O.Tce j every fifty cast at the Union-that will concede
opposite the Court House. .2 (L&rrelaTraiu Oil 1,1 bbL Ii j jSplriuTurpeatine ( f'iol1.l; flection in ]1854; and one ad After several unsuccessful ballotings under R. II. Berry, M. D. Papy, and D. P., Hague the the to every portion of, I."
i in barrels and I fA / tire thirds country, guarantied rights of all without .
October 28. 1854. lr two rule the names of Messrs ,
vole for every fraction of two thirds I : were appointed to act as a Central Demo diminution. .
j j end J-i/nlan withdrawn when
I : : were ,
. S. S. KNIGHT, January 5,1626.. I f 'ifty. : I I die Hon. MADISON S. PERRY reccjied cratic Committee, ,Tallahassee.} Entertaining these views, and wTih d\\ old 4

AUCTIONEER COMMISSION MERCHANT Just I 3. That tIll Connfi's be allowed under thin unlI1imous'oto of tho Convention as B. AVardlaw moved that a committee of issues either settled or fofgotten, believing by I IC II I-

Guava and I i ( ratio the following \ole each : follows : three be appointed by the chair to inform the such a course the interests and right ot the 0

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. LEMONS :( 0 votes, Leon 0 voles, Soujth, and the whole county, wU
Iet be
*, Pickled I nominees ol their nominations, which motion
S"pumberl,1865 08WILLIAM Prffa y edL9 ,.Orange*.> I : 3 ". Mndison ]0" .Alachua 6-votes, I1ilIbormigii 5 votes, conserved, I shall be found heartily co-op. I
per, Green Gage Marmalade. I 11 Monroe 4" Caih ouli : dlt'rsol! 8"Colnmlia was adopted.. rating with the Democratie party in the t-leo

SCOTT, berry do. Strawberry Pine 0 .M ]ion (j i II 1 "L'on' 9Duval I The President appointed Messrs. AVardlaw, tion of any national candidate whom they I

A r ro a !r. 'f LM do. "Raspberry Vinejrar Fresh n" Madison 10"I may
1, Orntgo; I" Pope, and Smith. present to the American ,people for. the lrer-
MONTICEL.LO FLA. dock. Ballibnt and bhad. : I Dade I Monroe 4"
AlaandPorter. 4" Nassau 2" The following resolution was offered and Money at the approaching Cincinnati Con-
30 -. 0' .
JulvCl85Z. 1 1 jan SO.'OOO; Havana : :3':$ Putnam :1"{ ESCZlInha: ,1" Marion ( adopted: vention. .

; A I 0) St. J nlrn's1 Franklin L Orange I" Confined by no narrow YiewiiIiut'
S. DItWORTHi if ; 185&. t Gadsden 9" Nasltl 2" Rc olcfd That the thanks of this looking
WILLIAM ; Jan-jry 5, ] 3 Santa Rosa 5 Convention I.i
. : ( beyond our own State arid beyond the South J .
Attorney and''CoitnseJJor at Law FRESH GARDEN i 1J!1 .r Brevard 1" Hernando :J" r\'ard St. JOII1.1.} I "It. be tendered to the President t"and officers to the whpfe Unioi}. I thnik"the; interests of:
I \% nltou Putnun 3" I
1J J 8" j. t for the: able, dignified, and courteous f manner the county will,! be best protected, and the
MOjrnCELLO, f LORIDll71LL GROWTH J r ef1 8" AVakulIa 4 Santa Jtqsa fiVnkulla i 4S'altoii Union
i rson in which they have presided over its do. more surely preser\ed.by th* "JeYa.
Flat ( Jackson 8"
RtJTA..fitga': Turnip, :, 4. That the Convcn'ion first ballot for ., 3, ::. liberat'rons. tion to the Presidency of a ,ouud, conferva.

\\ practice ;io the Courts ,ftf.. 7 V Oit. anti Th Dol' and Lewodes CO 1t1tr, Ga.! II ]'& \ tl's. On motion of Dr. J. G. Dell, it was Resolved shall do di 1 g..r
J nuarr5, 1856, I's to the Cincinnati Convention. 'e\'er may to attain th'ii i
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{!: &- ournal.TALLAHASSEE Retarn of Gov. Broomo. 1 oatiitieshy i nttflckhigan! exploring! .party under t1e. ,. :" --C: wf ? Out The Latest Indian Intelligence l i Jftckaoaviltfl' Comspondence.

r jto.ribian. .ororhami .-f,Lieutenant liartsun" //\ ?' I JACKSONVILLE, April! IBtL.I .

--- -.4_ ;_ Ujs .EJcel ney, Gov. Broome, reached Despairiog of any success from ft tbW attempts to We find in the Alligator Adrerliscr of the From the Weekly Atlr rtise. I
met in this
the Capital l Wednesday evening last, frorr- Jiducc the Indiana to emigYate 'voluntarilyorders which Tho Florida Presbytery place
10th inet., tho following Card, ns our EX.TB.A. f
: .vcr given t-arly in Jahoary, to the commanding officer fp Thursday last, and is still in sessionthising
.. his recent visit to Washington. The com ,ffie. i it would for jtself:" 50. .|
and -'speaks
p 6-0------- ( r charge of*mi ratJ tiJh: 'lotiks- I eotemporary say, ALLIGATOR, April 24, 1: here
municalitfii and correspondence below wil rely in future upon force as thc.onr.i\WMu by 'wjigi i the first meeting although previc
SjtnrJay, April 26, isDEiOC1tATTc :&. he oTijoct cnn b. effcctad arvd to pursue it vigorously I jfr. J.duorI nee by &p last jssuc pf Upon the arrival of the Southern mail, last meetings have been held here when this form.
the the State in
place people of possesbioi To this end the number f !lyour that the Know Nothing Convene in of the annexed
-- < regular! troops WBH jtierwiijl paper evening we are put possession of the Georgia
TICKET. of the results-. of his mission.EXECUTIVE jl to iS() oniee's and men, and measures wtri"takento tion held in Alligator on the 29th ult! place Extra from the Peninsular office. It ed n portion Presbytery.*.

I CHAMBER ) commence active operationn n:aibslho rmil.1n.il: [ my name ns one of the 'legates the State would seem from this intelligence that the Indians Some ten or twelve of the clergy are-pre nt

FOR OOVERNItJADISON T LtAUAMCE, Apiil 24. 1853. f fMR. of which country as you K-cupJed ire aware ty them, were being impeded'so yj by j (tfnfatds the section to Convention. It is true sir, that I was ((1 I sup. are Jn car/lr. f. We have also further some from your ff.ctfqn of the Staje. jr(

EDITO*-The eonditjnn! of our Indian relation. .i great exLt-nt.conred l by water. At the same time I' pose) initiated into the dark 'iantern party iriforgial on fiom J.Levy county, saying that : A.V, qisby) of Middle Florida, jjni reCNyc

} S. PERRY made it, in my judgment;'proper for me to visit tb directions were given txi the commanding'officer in not however for the purpose of remaining in great consternation pervades Jhe} JnhabjtanU, I $ into the MilliiJrY of the Church ,after dQIexamination'
Florida to receive into the seiviee of the U.S. five 1e' hut merely to ascertain something and ; I .
City of Washington, and confer personally with the and many nro breaking up leang.The
of Voluntt'.ra.! three i1nt dafud .r.llrty yesterday. clrarcli
J' or .\LACRt'COtTY.. President ami Secretary of War on the question 61 mpames rv' two foot. of't Order. I now ask leave, through following intelligence was received by EdiSc
.: b The mounted companies have been received, and forma I to all connection with We of this place-a handsome new building .
renounce Col. Monroe afternoon. compile eree.t
removal. I did co, and was favored with frrqueniit part of the seven compwii already! the service your paper yesterday :

FOR CONGRESS, terviews. In these, I preerntod the condition ol the State. The foot companies were intended to be that party, and to inform them, that I most the statements here given from Maj. Arno'd's !t td through the efforti of what W2\1 in the

I nor frontier population, and the rights of the State 01 composed of expefiifjced wnodme-n and boatmen to respectfully ask leave'to decline the profiered ,I report: ; beginning, a handful of member-*? to fo
GEORGE S. HAWKINS act in the Big Cypress. At fie date of last in form'- honor. I with
Florida ; anJ urged a proper consideration of the obligation tion. March 12, 1850, only thirty.one men Lad been Very. respectfully W. H., ROUSSEAU.. I \Vhilst scouting in the Big Cypress, dedicated to-night, though service bas U
,, OK JACKSON COUNTY."NOTICE. of the Federal Government in regard to the received in these companies, but they were authorized I .the available force of his command, composed in it for a

----- __-__a-- removal of the Indians fn>rn within our limits. In to be retained as n detachment, even though n greater LITTLE KIVEB, April 7th, J85& of Capt. Dawson, 2d Lieuts. Langdon and. performed, year past.
number should not.ofier. The three mounted I I Garner Assistant Moore and. 108 Church affaire in general seem tobe
Surgeon ,
:. i thc e pvrtonal interriew!!, I insisted, anon othei companies In the same paper we find another Announcement -
were, upon the recommendation of the officer I enlisted men, Major Arnold was attacked on ing hero. The Protestant Episcopal
r things. ihnt the Ftd lcral Government was bound to remove I'Ommnndinl'! taken into service for'the better of fcimilar tenoras follows : pet
caOn tie evcr-ing c Ttnrt>chy the. SOthi secnrityof The 7 I djans estimated frof'9 to 100,
$ bjjI., Church has been well. .ttended
the Indians from our State, and that the obligation tlie frontier settlements! and forthe.purpnse of gvinj ; : the
it. the LaJies of the IVesbjteiian Church f Mr. Etitor'ill please publish my who were lyjng n .wajt in t tick} Cypress
should) be discharged at the earliest practicable intelligence to thc.advanced) line military posts you ? winter, under the" ministry pf Rev.. Wm

f this City, will hold a Fc ;ivrkl at the Representative I Th t all of removal when any marauding ia.rtiei ,'f IiKJiana might} paS8 withdrawal from the American party. I was swamp, (water ,t\p.o feet deep,) about half ",
period. hnpe pcr.ce.tble !
I : that line in the directiou tif-the settlemenfo. initiated in the doctrines of that party upon mile from Biily's townThe first indica. Bours. Bishop Rutedge vas ;expected neM
Hall of the Capitol. Music maya ehouM be ubjindonvd: and a prompt and! energetilaavtmcnt < In addition to this, to induce I
men tojen.gn.ge in cap its first making its appearance in this. County. tion of their presence was a fire from them on at the close of last moiuh upon -his annual
) expected both Vocal nnd Instiu.nental.JDeathof iiiiade for -llieir forcible expulsion. Thai turing Indians alive, the offieor in .rfharee of I'l11igiou !'- I
: was nirthoiized, under ceitain liautatiooa, i now ask 'leave to renounce all connection the advance guard, which was soon followed Episcopal visitation, bitf .Uti'n arrive, although

.- tintil the n-moval s effected, the Governnrifiit rhouMfurnish reward: f'r Imlians ileiiveivd to him for emigration.-to.pRv : \\ith that Order, and while I am on this subject I by a full volley on the column. Co. C., commanded a large number of candidates for
: Qen. A. G. Johnson.Wo all reasonable IIn i proper protection to Hfrontiir These tewarde were on n. ccnle nubracirg' men women I would admonish jjH good Democratsto by Lieut. Garner leading off, whichat *

the I iuliabitaiit', That this protect Ion should bo aid ho3ov'r ten years old, and it was )hoped do like\\ i'e. ->V. T. MqLEKAN.j that time, was not far in the rear of the advance firnmtion were, ;pi.-eaeut: in town. Fears weraentertained
Irarncdithgreat sorrow
given in two wIJs-- by Pending a rmMabe! they "''Il.IIJe; promotivc of humanity as well IIH of; LITTLE KIVKK, Api.il 7th 1850.( guard. that the Bishop had a relapse oftje
which I the h ly romovnl of tIe, r Indians from"Florida. I
e.xci-llcjit ea
death of llita man oc-
force in purbuit I Nit-uld it hereafter be found necei'ty; to fmjiloy agoaffr Good Deinqcrftb cwinot btay in such an I After exchanging some 300 on ( !\ reeit Jbeen
cured a few days MIKC in the city of Cha: lesion I which the waniois would be 'ilhtlrawn) from tinj ,lIulIIII'r of "uluuh'crJlli I li0:1, the Commanding -I I I sides, a charge pn front w-ajs .ordered.. At I !suffering but it ia since learned 1 that fa.avail- :

on his return hoTiefom New Yoik.We .- I j fn-ntirr, and the other by scouting parties on the) officer Fbrida! will be autbo,izcll to receive: into 1 organization. A .very eminent Southern least 51 Indians ran towards Billy's town,"

have known th; deceased long and intimately I frontier, which latter ecivice should be performed b,.* tho service of the U. S. null additional force aa.m iy I K.np.w Nv.thjrg (Albert: Pike) says they have and a number tqok .to a dense Cypress on i j e-d himself of the trip of one of the Golf

.. j llouuted) luntrera. That extensive t j.ro\'i'-ion lniuiu; :. however he fioni time t.i to tinj rl 1ui that cll.the ifti.inybe proper, I ]hiecli--'entrapped," but will not stay in the the right. The Cypress was charge' .WIt no Steamers to visit some of tho parishes>f tbe!>
and have ever found him in all the relations infjimjou authority alreadyuivciiti
;, be ma.e f r I5cat S'IV.TC: in the Kvu laHcs l Hi i; Cy i nceivc the five companies (.Volunteers, trap, and we arc glad to have it in our powert Indiana x'.vere discovered: nlthongb .t they were West and South. Tha; .will alter the time of

of I life the true win. Has the .iffectionate i| prifs, lULl (olh r similar -places now 1:1: the xcu .' ,v< rs th" wliole I-i".- .1! ifh that officer has r. pr'lt I seen.tp t g9 into ,it. Those h( had retreatedto t his arrival her.?. j jI

htifehan, (the doting father and tieattacheJ i 1 pr.itey (.f the lu-Jiaiis, and ll.at.: in .!tliin! to tho for ell necessary or dcsirte.I I say that mo :t of the Democrats in this the Hammock towards P.illy's town, were The election for Intcndant. licb

1 .!) :iiy n-ju-.ti I to yon tl.o} r.? 'lr.r'e; ready !i iutjvuho h\t1IJcen thus caught, found out I town ; I
I IN'5 I then attacked.S'Iieni within short distance
his: I here, Vi.luiiteer force I be i.n-lU : a
friend; both eiie :a u.t'ure iicw S a's c.vi
; vlivi-n, i.f r.iv cauif.-.t! d l.'i iIC: to nn.Vc1 tI e n'IJ'Il1t: ;! ofili I. resulted in the election of F. J. \Vtea-
: lately
anti bravo in 1-is charac'cr. Of un:we.vir.giute :! Ably (1I1P'.O .,.t :in jvir.-uinj an cnptn-in: tho I-nii.uif ;1 II'-'t. m'.-..!. 1.11tJ. .:-, State:: of 1.1 or...J". at tiP I t->rit tlie tiick I }before; .%1 Ir. Pike "p
in iiifse j 1'1..c-, ooad fir jil'.ve; ( !II') u'J! Le jti>.mptiv: ro- -? ,p'aie.tb'o; } { eri..i.] avi of Ill, j.CTpe (ounplivitiiin j 1 t geiitlcivuin says- I seen running t, towards an aLall lcd village ton to that office, will be repented on Momhj

rity and of exemplary life, how p.ir.j ""J .I ct-ived nu-1 niurtiTcd into the st-ivx-ecf {}, t"ttrdStates. ;! I II '.\ : : I\-:. {'II.Lb and j 1'1,(.rli-i.its i < X|>i'Kttiir! :, ', <-, ,I surrounded on all sides by a very dense next, owing to the absence of Mr. W. duringthe
I ",;.11 nieaiM :n m'v Le aw.tli.h-:: that I When we formed I'}.C .\lI1e. lean party,
socuie le-
't 1 intelligence that he has d.iwn t to tin- the hammock, excepting in front, where was a time within which he was to be io
gone ,I That : rewanc.tr>.re 1 l -.i! ould oii-brcof! : ml !>', fir, we assured our Democratic why joined tworn. ,

: pJ\'(, 1 leaving; 1J.hinll.irn a family] of Iii tit' ,I tits and C'llIhu'1:1, nnd ('xten] to all :'vutio! *, hi-th- Vu-v Ue.j"-ctf.t 1 !; II us that it vas not meant to bo -the Whig very.large pond or swanip covered with tall He will be a candidate again on Monday.
1.1 in 'f the sen-ice: f the Sl.fo Y. urOVt: SJst't.! grass flpd about two feet of water. ps this .
children motherless! and fatheiIes to"batth"from oitut : t : or tIlt. Fv.d<'JtiGoveii.nient. Yours, &c.
) party in dbgtiise. 1 hey joined.us.in that belief .
Indians fired
I That the G-nvrnim-nt" flimild ] -, JIFFV\T. PAVIS.Secretary I harnmQftk was approached,
if.a: unaided! I fi'.i.-il: jsflVetion.'vlth i j.ur-i I /
ney by of \Vnr. a volley, which was returned by the advanced
%' ih; ail prop r eacrjry. tho 'Wrk.f removal ui.lil i if His Uxei .I. I!. I do feel l all the em 3-Pure Fractions
I Il"pcy. .MES Fr.cmp: ThC\j' over Souji .tl'tt.tbo.r' rrqb
the and this under The
trials temptations! of pr-iUS.; guard, Lieut. Langdon. enemy
''IS accomplished, .aid) tli.it "I ie Volunteeis reeeitivctlled Gunrttor'of Fioridu, .
I City \Vashkingtkn. have been Irujrjtcd ; and, TJIV word for it, they B. C and D.
GUS wo i Id. into the sf-rvice f>f the State ehould be reeaivcIiad I : I then ran to another hammock, half a mile to Four travelers A. stopped a|
-- will in the The
I not stay trap. new platform
the north the followed the Indians
lIe has filled I mustcrtd as of the on which tb ; troops ; Tallahassee, each with a different mm of
:1 various important .public dote v were recognized Florida and Kansas warrants them in lea ing the party, and the
trusts, military and civic with honor to hin: : by.the Governor. .VVIale patriotic and Whig nomination wijl: urge them to it ; nnd charge there fired was then again made, which, before was which the ;Indians a. money in hand. A. lost in trade, equal t to

et-lf and credit to his country. In the com On. the fubjfct of icvrarcln, whkh.I .regard as n praiseworthy efforts iire they yfiJl go'back to their old faith if the mat- retreated and pursued until l all one-fifth, and B gained equal to ore-teventh}
a matter of great importance, I hoj-e to hear tl ata being made in neatly} 1I] thc.So tbern Slfttaa Ujrtisfleft it is. were
1"\1 as three had
the other together C
mainly where he made his home l-e was respected I traces of them were.Io. The ight and pur- the amount ;
mn(1it1catJtnbracing, tl! to induce Kansas ." Southern :
adopted. emigration to Democratic Americana
!Agos wi b a ingilar} can
suit hours. lost one-ninth and D gained one-iixth the
: ,
ard beloved and his death will be to I
The declines: at to receive ad- neither stand the
G.\'erment the
picsiiit and on
platform nor
culpable fi-cling of indifference/ this support
: John Co. L.
upon I Thailoss.wa.8 private Simons, other three after which each
amount tha !1Id.;
them keenly felt and fHticnal 1 Mounted them "
a calamity long remem I Coinpr.nics believing candidate.
indl subject, is strikingly] prevalent jn Florida. 2d Artillery.mprtally wounded, (survived about -
ici.t for offensive in the had the lame sum. Now iD' gain
bored' in and s r\ict Evt-rglades, Big Cypress
anguith sorrow. How is this 8upin dollars
His remains having been shipped to St.
\ of the State will be coutinueii by the State, and What reason can assigned for it ? Are we ,, platform can C. 2d and Thom Newton Co. how much bad each man after the lois and
Artillery ,
Marks, will! through this city in a few ,
pass be that Democrnts with strict
their I have made such not equally interested \v-th! Missouri their construe-
to secure efficiency. negotiations ) and the L., 1st Artillery, severely wounded, and Privates gain ? BRINSOON DELA1N.

days to \intered at t his residence in Hamilton as will enable me to funiiuh thl'r the nccessay: South generally in this important matter I and ion notions, and hatred of trickery and fraud, Silas \Watkins and \'ilIiambbott, -

Countv; this State. I, supplies for some time to come, without com'cninl is it light for us to stand as silent and inoperative will remain dupes to the chicanery of artful Co. C., 2d Artillery, slightly wounded. Sey., 1.fold -Pea.-to. .1.A .

an extra scFbii-n of the Oeneial Assembly.! : leaders ? We not. eral received shots in their clothing auj.Jiaversacks. -
The Democratic Convention. I Iwlicve I observers, making no effort to aid our suspect is offered for the most direct,
payment I have reabon to "i be provideclfjr gold pen

1 he proceedings of this body which conk i by Ccngrcfs!at its present session. Southern brethren to fight the great battle for -- Still Unsettled.The clear and complete resolution of the follow.

The Government i DOW .fully committod to the removal political pre-eminence in Kansas Territory. Later from Manage.
Toned at "Madison on the 16th iist.: will be ing problein.
of the-I dians by force,. a.nd the propect of its It may be said! that there arc no adventurers: s I result of the recent knpw-nothing convention in at time
found on the first of this AnotherOutrage committed by militias The;q1iop. rprty come. any pre

we stated in our last page, the attendance paper.t of dele favorable.accomplishment*The )has probnb1: lULs''..eve before been to I in Florida, who wish to become citizens of i I at Philadelphia} e pstp .be involved One lIars -Burnt, anil. pne;I'htf.tftfed! ,vio.uso,the first of* June, next; but it must b.
ecn *
country extensively penetrated Kansas: (friiis cannot be certainly known :! in great; uncertainty and ll *t.M.any of ; 'en'il1 fractions and concrete numbersas
the chastisement admin
gatesvr.s unusually large, transcending in by roads, rendering supplies; aeccssLble-ex- g pure
until acall.is. qiadc the paUiotsi, : Mr. FILLMOIK'S: old admirers believe that hewi'l istered the Indians of the
numbers, enthusiasm, and harmoniousness any tensive Boat Service has been provided for-the regular upon .oti I by a portion none other will be acceptable.

been increased to 7SO men 1JO Vol our citizens, many of whom may feel inclined not consent to run with the certainty of Florida Volunteers, on the Oth inst., for their
ilce.it i 4 Theorem.
prior assemblage of the kind in the histe-y ol; -
I.! untetra have been called for, ir.aVSng 1 22C men iu the to go, but have not tho necessary moneyed I defeat staring him in tho fIC'hile on the j audacity, it will be seen by the following authentic -
the Democratic of this Stte Tallahassee! A. B. C.
excepting I ,
party I information, which we received Four gentleman
service of lhc'Ge to hiieii-mav be aUilcdnb'ut yesterday
to the other hand of the I
> meet a
crutl. resources, good
heavy ones
travelling -1 many .
the famous convention of 1845. It was re I 350 efficient Yolult"trs In the service of the expenses I afternoon, that they have dared to subject and D. invest unequal sums in various speculations
incident to such a know of the party arc disposed to repudiate the .
J'ourncy.r Manatee
0 : nc-I the citizens of to another predatory
inLrkedbv intelligent spectators of the opposition. -J Slate-nuking 1600 tncn. These, with an authority I It. I and each man either gain, or, loses
t t., the officer in Florida I several gentlemen in this State, who are ready. tion of the convention in nominating Lim because incursion :
\ th.ita. more satisfactory exhibition opat5 crmmauJmg. to receive" such I from his own capital, a certain fractional
; and to leave forthwith for Kansas but of the utter impossibility of his gettinga in Saturday: night! last, the 12th inst., a I
adJitinnal: fo-ce as be from time to time : willing : ,
may leq-jired
the other
and : I ot
: strength partcotifi'lcice has rarely 'I' squad of Indians, supposed to be six .or seven part of.the amount three
idded by the influence of rewards: f.r Indians caMur arc too modest to solicit aid to out respectable vole, ,arrd ,the .pJ'l baLHity that I -
} been displayed in any State of the Union- carry in number tiredthehouse. of Asa J. Goddard., A gaina three forty-thirds, B loses
j ed, will, it is hoped, pro"effil'ient, and he We I
make wou\d\ -
the practically their wishes.! Let few of the potc.arry & single-State. clip
a and
localed near the hea-i-waters of Manatee
.The high characters of the nominees of thi- seven fifty-thirds, C gains seven sixty-seventii
eminently I
present summer campaign sue'e :fullv. leading citizens .of.1s: .and fill other communities the folimying from Washington correspondent within .\ .,les of Capt. Addison's Fort.-
Convention are known to many, if not most It gives me jiloasure to bisde that, I found llle'PrcII- and i> K-ses three thirty sevenths: of the a-
of the Mobile The house had been previously abandoned by
in Florida tike this matter in hand to Daily Register :
flf the citizens of the Stite. Col. Perry', the iJeut and Scmtary of War both ready to acknowle Mr. Goddard and family, but contained nearly mont of the other three investments ; after

caidMa'o presented for the pibern.toiiai I I .I0'e the! ( blig-ition of the Government, aud apparently raise money to enJist ewigrwtsarid4esptchi Two evenings ago the southern know-noth- l all his effects, which were consumed by I which each man finds his capital to be just

I I aiixious: to dischaig it at the earliest lav praitioa'j'e. them toKansas. If every pe'son in this community ing members of Congress held a caucus for the From the signs discovered investments.
conflagration. of..tj four -
rh.iir is ,
a native of South Carolina: robiJiwin : the of taking counsel together as to I one-fourth ri l.e amount
I : I have c.LiIHC in i tiit-ir; enry Ill"] L-iest\)! alone, will contrilmto' to a Kansas; purpose l it would thatjhe Indians encircledthe >
Florida since IS 17, and is a noble) Fpccrie.i : I the cotirse: they shonld pursue in the pending appear I .
-I of puijx-se, end would thenf..ie r.ppal' : to !h< people fund according: : to his means or his: i'ltcre.-it! in I house, wfudi was small, and had a. regular -
Piesivlenlial C:1nThis is ominous. Are
: "J:.f the Southern well How much did each man invest ii si;>ec9lation -
intelligent .
pLttiter, t> await tl. j J5"ue of the j-re-cnt ifTit t t. b. f .re inriit-i "corn-husking frolic, over their fiendish
Slavery, fifty emigrants might be sent from I they going to bolt fiom Fillmore and Donel.
informed touching tie institutions: and history. log en involving) the State in a d..btvLich may un- : deed. After the complete desolation of Mr. ? BRINSOON DELAIN.Ve .
I This is that is askedall
on a question
Tallahassee arid the around iu few
11 for country a Goddard's the Indians went to the houseof
oi our government. Ho does not belong to II mild us years to CJJIB. pMtcction of tLe round Washington. Whatvas done at place, -
months. John within half a mile of the bare often been surprised on visiting the warehouse -
frontier \VM probably never better than nt.present Craig,
that tribe of the\ genus homo who watch the the caucus is not k.nown. to outiders-at least,
nod as nn evidence of the fnct, the war .Las existed We suggest the call of a public meeting to I have not been able! to' learn-except that above.mentioned Fort, .and plundered it ofeverything I of the \\arger dealers in drug in our principle
fide of opinion and fish at the flood," but has it contained. This house also I of tlio,
four months, aijd but a .Je.H'ClU'f"1 depredutiauhis consider and discuss the propriety of dong: they adjourned to meet again pome evening was cties: to s.ee the immense qUllntitie'tl very pop.

ever been, aud ever will be, honest and unfaul-) been comniitUd. ..This. protection! will be contb- next week. All tho members untenanted.A ular medicines. Dr. M'Lnue's Celebrated Vermifugt
to avert the that in the know-nothing
something reproach, .
tering in his devotion to the great principleof ) ued, and should the Government abandon its pieseutpurpotes will not support th ti let.1) opinion i-i: detachment from Capt. Addison's Cornpan nn.l! LavcrjJpillc, pilled up on their floors, tber; my

I hall not hesitate to the General great vital contest to promote Southern interests }-. under Lieut. H. V. Snell, and also: a bl'nutifulll1b.ls and the clean neat boxes make a
our party ; and his political! fiiends. will convene that a majority of those from the South will
AeKn.bly, and) nk fir such prnvii on as will rnable Floiida fcign.lily shrinks from the performance not. detachment from Capt. Leslie's Company i htjMr imposing appearance. Vi> think Fleming Bro,
have admire His hold
reason to and fearlesndvocacy
the State to tffrct the remOi! /11 or extermination of of her duty. In the fierce conflict The utter impossibility of electing Mr. Fillmore started on the- trail of tfce marauders Monday of Pittsburgh, who are the manufacturers and pro.
( of light, and a determined will to morning. We. ezncct.tahave I; a good report i celebr-teJ mod iflea, desuva
this remnant of Indians. of these justly -
which is now going,Qn,- this State should not is so palpable that everybody sees the prietora

do his duty witbotti'ear. favor, or affection. A ccmmuL clltir'n addrescd to the Secretary pf rcpresent'tho dead Cock in the.pit, refusing to absolute f jlly,.of supporting: him. Every sensible from them. I much,eredll: for the neatness -with which they pl.e'

In a word!, he possesses all the qualifications War on the day! of my departure from Washington, man who.may bo disposed to labor for I them before the public ; in our mind it is a guaranteeof

to mate :'n excellent administrative officer, together with his repU, I enclose, and hope, you will fulfill tho high responsibilities! of ,hor position.Let the ticket knows that his energies would be The "Imerlcan Order" In Indiana. the purity and care with which they are prepared

;, wherrhe s'nll )Lave Ix-en placedas'! he will beifteHivevin insert them. Vers'. H.t\pectfull)', something Le done. wasted. Tho-great! content! "'iU be ,betweenthe :.J:Jhs; fpjlowing manifesto, says the Richmond \Ve arc toM that a bungling and trashy imitation hf.

JAUES E. I3UOOME.WASIIIXUTOX black repyUlcauo and the democracy, and Enquirer, by the President of the lately made iU appearance ; n\l purchasers bad bet

the Executive chair; of Floiida.Of The Jacksonville: Republican amidst the fierce struggle of these great par. ter look to it. See. that each ,wrapper is sipud
"American Order" in Indiana find in the %
: the candidate for ties. 'ilmore..and Donelson will be lost BROS.
Congress Hawkins Cur, April' 15, 1856. This Paper of the IGth inst, -announces, which thatit FLEMING
of. From National Intelligencer, justly says
sight present indications!, it is not
what can we f.Idl h LJ not known SIR "Since arrival in this City. I have confined that thereafter it would be tho advocate
my cease to ]
likely they '\.receive the vote of a single "looks toward a fusion of the Opposition in i[:FROM TilE JACKSOVILLX.SSAI NEWS.
FloriJians! fully with j Oil in! rfgnrd to our Indian dis urbanrcn -
r.lready by : generally. Not having in Vlnridn ami I have deemed it bvst be-fore of nn)' particular political! party, and I State in the Union, not even Kentucky or that State Mr. Sheets is the individual: who, : RiVER, April 16, 1856. '

toe pleasure of hipersonal acqur.ir.tanuo w U-jivi.i'j; iu\it n WI ill.n Cduitimniration from jour be independent io tho expression of whatever Maryland in the Philadelphia Know.Nothing Convention I
Editor Florida News-
I'i mutt wjite of him as others speak of him.- jcp.nttrunt upon the subject. Its iniportunce to the -
people Florida makes it very lcirnbe! that there ma}' promise! to ,e productive of good to the I said that no harm could comefrom the II DEAR SIR : Among a long list of names

He is one of the eailiebl inhabitants: of Flori- -houUI be no ground for mi misappreheii'ion) I thetc- citizens of the State." The More Signs. delegates
cause alledged I as -
platform as.it was such a mass of verbiage published in the Florida Republican,
.da.-and: in public life is characterized by a I f.ire pcctfiilly n"k for such iuforniation as you may Tho eleqtion held. in Albany, \cw York I I of the styled American
this in the character Convention so
.!t-rn j ropcr to; communic-itc. eyncei ning tI policy as producing change! politicnl that the Presidential election would be over I I a

.manly, open, and chivalrous: bearing; wLil.in ) and purjK'o' "s of the Government in regard totlie removal of the HC'puIJictI/.originnrd] luau attempt 1 itely, resulted in the election of the democratic before the people could understand what the I partfv tn be held at Tallahassee! on the

,. II of the Indians ,reirainin i., the State! -the I I in June next, I find own.I .-
private! !hi ir/> he t remarkable! for umpliciiv) the of the leaders..of the know .candidate for raa. cr and tho successof first Monday( my -
I character of the m'-nns relied on for the purpose, and on part platform meant. How can Southern men act to say'that ths use army name

rncJcfty cn'J! sihi.iblc-iH'ss; zultibu'.es' that in- I f the extent. to nL'ch tht.y ha\clic-n l ndI:(! i illber.j'plied. nothing part in Jacksonville interfere the democratic ticket generally.. with a party that, in tho Northern and Western -; was have.merely tytally unauthorized ; that I am now, as

vaiial/ly accompany; genii., .ind secure the: i With grerit ip p-rt, with and control the private) political sentiments The Reaction in States,fuses completely with tho Black I always have been a staunch Democrat, and
.Attachment of the people.) As he was of t theConvention j j J run *\< tr o-/'t.! b- rv'/., and] at*.ions of Mr. Iil.inch.ird 1'ic' prop Republicans ,in demanding; Restoration of have rter expressed any sympathy with this
a JAiJKS' : K URrOiin. The mutiicipal election held,! Annapolis "
he will 1 !be the choiceto 1 .
so people's party. -
ieto.VJI'] has been consistent democrat
) always whose
: ; the Missouri is denounced
Il.'n. J>rr:'r.sox Txvn, -Compromise, repeal i
Maryland, recently resulted in a brilliant democratic I Yours Respectfully,
them in tIC!
S represent next Congrc.-s. As- CntlIi: as successor as ighal1e.st.ami. iniquitous" by "the i W. N. KUBANKS.
the know nothings
tiiutnph. Last i
: !
Virginia: Democrat says of Gov. Vie, we D.RT.IJ7 ) the publication, : of tho paper, had made: an carried this year of 01"') (Know. othiug).ol an in -%'irginis 1"J.NDIANAPOLIS
city by a majority one
want ft whole-souled, fearless, active man, : C.ty; \\ViiiugUii, Apiil; :, ISuC.; f arrangement! to continue it as the organ of the I hundred and I. April 2, 1S56. i ..'To the Editor of the Nat. Democrat.

whom.the.people! of Florida; ; thoroughly] umierptand SIR':-I have the honor. to acknowledge! Uis receipt Know Nothing party in that fe.clion pf th* -twenty.- --- SIR.-I beg through your columns, to announce
To theifenler the American Indiana
of Party rf :
and co5J in to repicsent them io of your communication, of this date nhking fir such State without compromising his individual ..WISCOXSUT POLITICS. mv withdrawal from tho Americanor
; .
information as I may deem propor to communicate At meeting of the Executive Committee initiaUilnto.the
"Washington. Judge Hawkins i is tl.e!. man, the and of the Government creed. Under the peculiar circumstances Know Nothing party. I was
"concerning policy purposes political MILWAUKIE 10-The American
April Council held
of the State at Indianapolis on this ,
the removal of the Indians remaining I Order, on its first origin in place.bt
nod the: elections October next will it. in regard t<>
prove in" Floiida-"the chaiaeter of the means relied of the case, as related by Mr. Blanchard State Council have adopted a resolution repudiating tho 2d day of April, 1856, after a full expression IhavQ.qo hetq.nyin; now renouncing

The gentlemen 11aed'.ipon- the ticket as on for the purpose, and the extent to which they have we admire this prompt manifestationof I Mr. :Fillmore, and favoring the of the members upon those questions' the party, *\\ithdrqwing from the order;

candidates for Presidential Electors been and will applied.." that have divided and distracted the American
are most t
his independence, and wish him abundant nomination of Mr. Hanks.JIadfftfd being satisfied that ita doctrines are contrarjr
The policy of the General Government is. the re-
favorably known in their respective localities, nioval bf> the Indians from Florida at the eirliest success in his new position. -. party in other States, the committee unanimously tathe Constitution of our country, and itt

I in accordance with its adopted the following suggestions, to the Democratic Principle of
a and indeed through the State generally,and practicable period, recognized e opposition
obligations. For this purpose, as soon as the matterwas .Junkpal.EletLou. and carne.stly.rpque.st the tine frie.ndsof Arnericanitm .
will do good work for the Florida Democracy, : placed under the charge of this Department the The Connecticut Election.The iaioroperate withrfhem: carryingout our-RepuMic. Democrats
HARTFORD, Conn., April 14.-Tbe Democrats I would her', urge all good and true
I too grc t, political fetrugglc which is rapidly emigrating Agent was directed to endeavor to re-open result of'ihe recent election in Con- theviews of the Committee : do likewise. *
communication and restore confidence with the Indi have carried the city of Hartford by to
-approaching. ans. .. In connection with the policy, the base line of necticut is every-where received by the 'democracy for That, as in. 1854, we stand uncompromi. : G. W..KINQ.Falatka .
a A a. '- 538 majority Mayor, and'they carry four singly opposed to the present rwUion ,A Jpin.istration .
1. : The NseJutioni! .lopteJ by the Convention military opt.'TatiolisVal advanced some distance beyond with the liveliest satisfaction. The I April 17, IB 6.
.. ] the line of frontier settlements, Roads leading I of the .six wards, electing by large majoritiestheir ,. ajadas a .party.we stand-ready toI

are of the, right stamp 'expressing the true to the regwaoccupicd by the Indians were constructed Cincinnati Enquirer says : Aldermen and Councilmen. coropefate anv.paityavjbieh; h aims to put -

a ..Mn mcut8, ':ittd when, ,read And understood &nd xten? ve explorations were made by land Cleveland that an end to.its misrule. Senator-ouIJa. .. ,. .\ '
a ADduter'of the hitherto unknown interior of the The telegraph to report corrrtponderit of the Baltimore -
The Washington
will be the harbinger of brilliant success i the demacrntic candidate for Election And, furtherwe regard'the rejx il l oC.the .
lug Cyprus and) the Everglades.; All trade with the rngharn, governor Municipal Sun "& : Judge Douglas has .
ni; ;j j't a this fall. Let peace reign:'in .our ranks, let. Indians was prohibited and the best practicable measures in Connecticut, lacks.b'ntl,500, votes.of TREKTON N. J. Wood Misso rj.. compromise an infraction of the say : 11 denomination of Chicago
AprillJoscph conveyed to the Baptist
the Looking faith the nation
to enforce prohibition. plighted of the sameshould
were adopted having a majority..o\er all thef opposing factions ;
-a-- our blows bo reserved for our. ppanejjt t, and failure of in Democrat electM of this Illinois, ten awea of Land-a grotebsau'JfulJyBitMted
forward to tbapouibJ success moviug know-nothings, black republicans, and was Mayor city be restored ; and, if efforts la that end fail, ,
will: be that the of De the Jttdian84 hY.-fet'8llhioD. boat were accumulated .within the city limits, fir
Mhere no danger : .flag .
230 Tho whole dem. Congress, should. all circvmitanees
iaiFlor.da-i:. *iraeient.numbers.and are now ready old-line whig This- shows that the demo yesterday by majority. -a unirtrwry
.a, : ..iftocr&ey will ever float any where else' than I for any service, to afti-id.th exploration of the Is- crats hl\\'e. polled! an. extraordinary ,' te.- ocratic ticket, with one exception, that of, :, to admit any State into the Union tolerating ,thepir.posa with: condition erect that g the thereon trustees ihll! lay

to.iflikhihd'Indians accustomed to nade free by that compromise. a
i'j tho awertdentDuringlhe andsaacUwampa are They are thousands ahead of the know-noth
School about the '>
and to them seiib a sente of our ability Superintendant, was elected.by the;fouttd, o or the edifice during
of the and resort, imprest find tons of thousand* ahead of.the.black Therefore-we, approve of tip ncall. for a .
Convention ings, towards
progress and overtake them in theirbannt. the aU and spend annually
to They proaching
pursue and in of same mojority.Senator People's Convention to be held on*the 1st ,
after its .adjournment, able and eloquent DO doubt perceiving that the accurate knowledge of republicans re equal factto hot'i) of call I the building ,$ $,OOO until eompleted. *Th'
next and'eai-i.stIy the
day May ,
tbusefactions combined. ,Lat had upfcn
which the .- they
haunts -were
tboeo troop rapidWMjciriag. year -
upcechea were made-by Messrs. Villepjgue, of Mason has addressed a letter to American throughout the State to send I value of the.lgnd I Is estimated at $30,000. '.
nod the contract edljne military ppttc ;h BUT nine thowamd ni"j rity. "ov f4h r democrats.We party made aHiandsome donation .

Price, Philip) Dell, Bloxbaw, Lamar, John H. rounded them, must i inevitably reduce tiHTO to a c npliancc canter/ this jerolt dimirli :,6bwn Connecticut the editor of."jibe SrnttHfJ; in which he do. 1 a full delegation to that Convention.WM. I The Judge has alib
street B.pthtI
t with the demand pf the Govmunmt f',r their ( to. the now Thirteenth
s. 6- Pnrkhill of ViiE ilvC.; E. PrJ .
.' :.Utst W W, WRIGHT.
f:, changed their line cf cundnct.aad- cosiieoccd_ I didate.1 t I -'I nomination. .1 1 I
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was A.
NEW YORK. April 15, 1858.TV strewn with the dead. Among the Costa RESIDENT OFFICE TALLAHAS8E FLA.

Public Health-Spring Fashions-Henry Ricans fix: officers were killed.A Important Improvement in Artistic ai

S private letter states that at the lint accounts JOHN PRATOEIOUS
Dinner Trial
Clay of Baker, 6fc. Dentistry, fqbLE"I
General Morn had embarked for'Punta wbich ths face is'reatored to it*origtHtl contour, MERCHANT TAILOR HODGKISS SCAre t
The warm weather is the B ,
approach Arenas Before his departure the foreign and with it the IOM of the teeth supplied 80 M ;'.

cense of consi.lerahfe uneasiness among; us, residents at Silena, his then bend quarters, to elude detection, samples of this improvement may Dealer in 'Ready tyade Clothing and CASH EXCHANnF. Rooks," the largwt and! wo t.flsortnaoDt

in regard to the public health. With a situation gave him a public entertainment. His troops be seen; also .temporary seta inserted ooGil ttentleinei's Furnishing Goods. now opening at their ANDcomplete of -

unparalleled for natural salubrity, surrounded were in high spii its and well armed. tin Pure ha, .5 5 ---... --- a.

by salt water capable of complete In 11 few hours, so that persons having teeth re* -

and easy drainage, and beautifully supplied The Defeat of Col. Schlcsslnffcr! Contra moved can Jiavft a competent substitute imnmt'diitt4.] 5PRING AND SUMMER SPRING AND e;llMpRGOODS

with the croton, we find ourselves getting uneasy Children teeth extracted, and advice gi>en to parents
dicted. in regard to the management und treatment of the ASSIMERES.TkM wish call the attention out! wlioiKes
and CLOTHS AND C rhich thev to
lest tins Market to v
pestilence comes us to ,
upon ; They hare brought
NEW ORLEANS Apiil 10.( -The of teeth aratis, all operations warranted to suit the m<>sttastidioua.
this is owing to the dirty condition of the city, !I the Nic agent Will practice in the principle town BOW rwceiing at) ezteiMirc assortment of may desire to purchase theIr mip at the Lowssf CAItJ PRICK...

owing to the cji.uinal neglect of the autboii- rnguan government publishes a card throughout the State References: the Faculty o/ Cassimeres, Ventitigi, Drop d'Ete, White '
this ties. I do not .apprehend inirj edbte dan the Ohio College of Det-.Ul: Surgery, hid thbse. tvhobe
any j af Col. defeat eeilh a, all of which I 'Mi prepared to make up on '
ptoiy Schlessinger's as a false- u daily oix-ratiiig for. will be by refeiL reuc*> to the following neral MemomuJa. the IIL.et
ger; but unless tlie streets are purified we1hnll short not ice.in the most fashionable st}lee arid on reasouableiernm. '"PHEIR STOCK embrace, as seen
hood and that !6. 1856. It DRESS GOODS HOUSEHOLD GOODS.ICERIES .
i sa\'S an account had been rereived and de.irblestvles of LADIES ANt f!JESTS ,
rivk. But while mont
run a \ve must '
athead-quHiters that Col. SclilesMnirer PLANTATION OOODSAND WARES, and QRCLaces. :
occasionally take our share of epidemics like REMOVAL OF INDIANS ALSO
,: hnd crJy 250 men nttjichod l by nearly 3,000 of Bilk, Lace. Band emrage.&C..Aflaewl 3oots & ShoeLitde.
nil other crext cities, 'vP8re gaining very im- Costa lIE War lnrirtm.nt hiding arth nzed n pf* A L'-Tf'T: xvn WKT.L r.LKcTrr> srorjc or uf the .exms"u ,
KIcac3'v.-; ( rctrcaled San T in the best i ,
; hey to sooB i Shoe] Gaiter.
tiwr"other destructive capita reward for living In ;ims, who be A ,
xyrtant advantages diseases i Jnan. may READY-MADE CLOTHING White and Blac'i Silk Ijice. wlilch we will bat S pleased to exbibi ?
captured or iuJur ( iiiigratinn. I \\ iISpiy Haiti Iloiriton. Slippera, md I'umpe, ofall qualities
especially that scotirge cf all Xpitpern _ _ : the following picniium* for Inutile Indians delivered "Consisting in part d/ Cahuierette Frock ROd Sack, merican. S.isony. ?**Thread* real i all times. I and niici, fcr Ladies, Cents, CLiJ- I

States-consumption. In flu nters Medical : ty.. oir.Zf unwell and uot knowing whether it to the Comimmdiag Officers at Fort Biouke 01 Fancy Colored Frock and 'Suck. Urap d'Ete Frock Valenciennes Plait and Brussels, English Laces. I LadlCS D reSS GrOOds. dren nod Servant

Specialist, for April there is an Foil M\cra SouthFlmMa.! Sack and Business, Alpacca Sack and Kuxinens. White
interesting--' Upwards of i KH> Kobe IressesMatting j Oil C'oth' &c.
pioeeded: from .fleranpemei'.t of the liver or merely Black &c. ,
and Utica Conts d'Ete audSr.UiiiHT Embroideries
tide on the reni.irliald* decrease of uioi'Uility For euch wai rior living. . . .20> to S500.) Brown Fancy D.ap all Km k. White and
IivMoiirs. I vras persuaded to purchase box of Dn .. CaRsMinere Punts White and Fancy Linen qualities 5 ., 3 and c quarter White and
from this dreaded dic-.iso. T\IL\ diminution a woniuj . . . 150 to SOU Swiss, Mull. Jaconet CambricIUJl Fancy Colored| b.k.. for Mltnii Ii13
Pants White and Marseilles Vesta Fancy and sumahe-riChtti! | 4 end 6
Fancy ,
prpparj "S boy over ten veins living. ICC to C'lQ.' Dimity Bands, Edging. Grenadin, '
jt in the first of 1830 is ac t Pjaiii.ilkestf.. Siiirt, C'lllais, Cravats, Undershirts wears 7 Pnn'T I.Ulcluth.fcrfl-Sr. ana tatU stair
appears quarter IMS Printed.
j Fleming EK-S.. rittsbtrjli.: and bcfurc I had S Tke: )liigbist rstt will paid for all e < pt" the ing and flouncing. Plain. Silk Tissues. ('ri. ui,
31 cent from the Mortality of 1S5J ] LraaersGlovcs, Husiery. Ac.I Lin Imen auid Ci t cloth, ilaiu ant fhc'.t
infirm liched
p per them all vcfv fcnd helpless, and ii tlii"sz' Ca'os iut l* stlli Embroidered and IIcmi : CMW, T>emaeCariilirie UJen mton and riaiueen, *
used relieved. I CHIK
; wits cutiiely -
am now enij I JOHN PRAETOUIUS. Oiled Curtain. cornices Curtuu.ed .
and 25 per cent from that cf 1S53. : above! ijiui-jatcd ,j. C. CASEY.'Cnfitain I IIiindKerchiew. Lan-' ''Crane White an,il 1 CoWedt.h-ll.es gilt -
.> 'ill5 perfect health and cheeifully n-comnion 1 Dr.U'Laue'e April? 19. 18iC. 1C and pius, ae. -
The old friends 'Henry Clay, had a dinner U. S. A. __ I broidsred Bock Caps and Easqut-s. Orgm'jiogt| Prll,; Janets. Em-iban :

at the Metropolitan! 0:1: Saturday iMg'ni. : Celebrated Liver Pills to -iisj.lruly nlllitfcd. I I'i. Bioiikc. T.illljia Bay.I ircr 1tcya. Collars, Sleeves, &.C. ;ihrod red Swi- ', Chintz Brilliants Crockery.
I .tTri! 2 R. 13.; n. 17-S.11Am illC113. P minted Lawn Fan i
which Mr. of the at Brooks Ex-pie I lanre
jue \AILKY F.xnectod to nrrivc. The P.-i; A very I'hud
ainleirtineB. <; oghams.
: YOBS ilarch Cfi. 1 6.-)2. cv MU HW ciii.a. Piaiu Class; Wnre. I'rLoU
,- and Ex.Gov.lshngtnii Hunt, Senator | i'diiiance. jiL./ Ti.nt'3; winch will! lpath sides of Unniton. Mnltese. Valen -, 'tiiped .aund Plan n Jsc net,tJambriP. \Vare Common. Ware
'' :: r'tirci! will bo cau'ful to a--k for Dr. M"VnRMiFfGE I tor'Ui-.1 nb Vf Pti-t. liv-iii, her Inct trip for tl-i* R.al Plait' and Brussels Ware
Putnam and Hon. L. White made Si-n-'ou !letcin Nainsook. MtiHi
Jec'j: ] An UrEa' 7rC t'> nun nil an Onl >aiir" -mo"fiTec Eiialiah.1*> Tat ( i. j0
LNE4 CELEru.Trn PIuiUivill do l will to avail themselves of this Lice C..11.Umid SetH. ; '
speeches. 'Die afHyr: had a decidedly Know tnnuiifMC'niod byI j t'tj'tlii In prt vi'li.- ll.t I..t..o, p Uice u nJ C oportuiiiiy Scotch. Irih and French E.ubroid-1 I aIII Paris M"1ere.5 ils, indb Tvuned; Hardware.

S Nothing bias, ami will be turned to the h<" i !'LMNo >ROS. of Pitftkitrg, Pa. All other_ V .-rinifng !' G Ii. v T"tn nl of the C !'vf jz& 'pacdJi1.S of auppi\ing RICHARDSON'to Charietfii. & WniTAKER.Nrw Collars, end Sleeve White Fine Louug Bobmc-t.Cloth'- *fei*Ik rim lluiles l >iintt un !Cord lL1u40' dozen Pocket KOITM. Enivr 0_.

the leaders of thai The -s. in comparison, are worthlet-s. Dr. M'Lane 8 1Z5). : P..rt ii I ISSfi. aud Black Crape Collar,nud Sleeves. .
'account by party. Apt U. 16 Crapes. riVeilS. omiceand llurce !aud 1w ka. Curve, .LocLs Hatchet,
idea of bunging the Whig f> life is ol" r4liiineerrnifug nk<> his Celebrated Liver l'ill, ECT1oc: 1. 7?' it ntJ'ti'tfil Jitf ft' Intendxnt cr.J jaions.line Silks. Silk 1.touches. American.I:""'1 Bolt of oil kinds. Augurs.Bitt.1 .
paily .
1'l1hnsr.; Tint fiiii Bud] nfi
Counn of
Ci'y "Small Stores Candles 6tc.
nil moonshine. neither can now l bo hid at all respectable Drug Stoi es. jV // d Black and English aud Fn nch Fancy Print' Fih'S, Chisel Draw Knifes. Planes f
They expect White
course Veils
i UT the passage of this OrJiu'.nceit: dial! not be lawful Love Cast and

nor desire to do an\ thing of the Kind. It is'as genuine vllhovl i'uijnntuierif 10FLKMiyO I for any Slave 01 Slaves' within, the Corporate hrii!'>> 1seZ7.. Fancy Colored do.. Embroidered ,ic, ic. i JFnstncM, Broad Wrought Axes Hinge Chop, Axe BlinJ,

far beyond resurrection as the old I'niU-d J3ROS. j of said City to cwn or pis-ness in his her, or their ov, nI Lace do., Silk Nett and Berage j Gents Dl'CSS Goods. spring ailaricee.lVaiter..Tea Tr S

States Dank. Man worship is decidedly unpopular 1 Sold at all of the Drug Stores in Tulhihaseee and I right, iaiy horse, mare guiding or mule ; nor any dray, NAVy DirARTUE. for do. A'I, Wl ite. CnloreFashionable il tuiil Plaid Linen Tnice Halters and Fifth thaioX j 5'w
Bureau of Provisions and Clot hin
liy one in town in the j cart, Waggon bugiry f>r carriage ; and it shall be the Bonnets Skin and P.laok Ward Shovel
us ; hence nearly all celtbrations ] agent every South. : nrills. French D tie Robe Hooks and
among 12 1856.
April )
whm the fact of the ,
I duty of the City Marshall own- Bak
of Cloth, Fancy Qasimer. Tonga. 'iVndtrs. Fire Irons, Well
2 1R56. untrimmed.
of great men's l.irlh days, are made the April 17-lw i er- hip. or possess'ou of such property 'by anV Slave "1>ROPOSALS, sealed and endorsed "Offer for Trimmed English and Straw. Blond Drap de Eta, su pcrior Fn-neh do. \Vhefla, Patent Sad Iroa% Axle

excuse for getting up political capital. The. I or Slaves: comes Ui his kuoxdcdge. to rt-port'the same JL Small Stores," or" Cffer for Candles," or Offer French Lace Lace.and hair Colored Blond I Italian Cloth, S uitimer' Clotlu, tc.(Pullies for- Windows Sash Cnnl.HnnHx .
TRIBUTE OF RESPECTMCETIKG the Intendunt whose it shall be t to for Salt water "' *Offer for Mustard Seed. Lace,
observation of Wnshingioii's birth day-properly j to duly ihercujxm Soap, or and Hair Belgrade nail Cotton and Manilla Rope Uorsw
Hair Straw .
conducted a wholesome idea ; but, j jfcf" ROOM or FLORIDA RIFLEMEN, ) direct the City Marshall, 16 Seize, and after thirty Black Pepper." dc. as the case may be, will be received Rutland., Lace and Straw IlaU. Shoe Nail. Cotton.vW antnstTdrkey
days notice, {n Bell such"property at public Ruction to at this Bureau until 3 o'clock in., on Thuri- CnrtaluFurniture Darn IteU.
THCBSDAY Evr.v.Nc. April luth 1856. f rWITERFAS. ( p. Trimmed Pedal Huts and Horse Card*. Curry CoiiTl, WnffalIn
him have do
4ing we no demigods, nor the bidder and to the if said | 15th ut f next for and delivering Misses Furniture Dimi-
highest pay proceeds dny, dny May ; fitrnNbiug Print; ;. >u Harness. Stable J'orks (Jar-
tliis I
has learnfd with sincere and I Infant Lace and Straw ,
we need tn-. A nation of scnvieigns is Dot fiuii 1 corps(if thf removal fro-u: pro- pale after deducting theiefroiu all costs incurred by j (on receiving twenty days notice,) ut the United Bloomers.Hats. ties> Enihroi'hrs-"Skirts. Gra-is doldtfl Ht.ts and Rakes. Wrench
-jrnt : nm< us, by Trimmed
the people to cannonize party ..leaders.Satniday :the death of priva'e JAMES L HOUCK ng the Fi-izure and tale cf said property icto the Citv States navy yards at Charfrttown. Massaehusetteh ; :Ol>riel9' *"ir'fcl:]i.InJi Liner Lin jSawv> HatrheU. hlamm.r.. Braci. %
Treasury.SEC. j Brooklyn, New York ; and Gosport Virginia, such EiJP TrimeuTathlelama.1 Damask
Inrt d ? Uo.I.e..innd Bitts Spirit Levels. Stock ud
was a < liglitfi.l; dny ; \\atm %
TSifr'fnie bit Rcfilvfd. Thit, in tbn death of pri- 2. Ee furrier Onliintd That if upon the i I quantities only of the following .rticl< s(expecting the mings, &.C. Lace'Jloquttoi NetU. common do. Dies. >
with thunder .
as pimmicr, a .e.vcr at i.ight. rate HOCCK. this d>:iipany has lost & worthy nieuibcr I seizure of any property found in the pt>hses>ion nf aj i suit water Eo.ip and the candles, for each of which nice assortment of Rich Eon-i iTKKe Toilet OI ,vers. Table Stand] -ALSO-

Dtirv'g the sftrrnoo'ji Uioac'way watthioi.gid and a JHHN! 6"Mier. j Slave, the owners-hip of which is prohibited Jby the ; st-pjirate proposnl* anti contracts will be made) as i A std f I of the
with IndicF. .Winter clotMi g was, by no !! Krxnlrcd: 1'Iiatii deploilcg fc<* death of private i foregoing ectioh. any white j person hall interpn e a niiy.b.e rc-quircd orordcrrd from the contiai tor bv I ne and S'asbitibbSs' : ,colleCtion'of very >!
abandoned .thfj :orcK. \T(' al-'o ten ler our muIt'tiCArfleu' sympathies claim Iu the property So seized, Mich claim chal: IH- '! thc'diiff of this bureau or by the respective c.'m- uew$ styles a large Diaper. Linen an Cotton Toweling. Iron Sonop.. Ames *%"-
\\ ere
means and Summer
j-ei many gay fashionable lets
to his Iwreaved parents.Iit i made under oath and such claimant shall lw ma le inj i'flhi4iug, "tfi;cr c>f tbo said nnvy-ynrd, during the Sprmi sf.; cf Blenched! Shirti,,rV:: Slid Shying ;' and Spadca-RaiI Road and *"

.Spting dresses cut. The t-tictt, conscquuitiJv f>lffd: That these Resolutions, and Preamble j swear that he or he u thj b'tna t. !.' owner thereof ri-ci51 ytr.r ending 3"thf June 1857. viz : Tri ,irmtrs. also ansoitmer.t 7--n :i Sheeting!i I. Pillow Ca'e Cot-l'l Wheel .Bnrrown. Seed Drills

presented a motley aj'pearance ; furs, be lec-tr-led on 'he Minutes of this Meeting and that j and that the same is not owned by the Slave orSFavcpi ; R..aa.; t1t-i1g; India luLber Combs, course, India rub- TuIjF, ft.tin and Cap HrhbAio; Head ftvd ,tOT SLId Linen;Reached Jeans. I*<#'%Skkl-s- Owiu Cri.dl,.

S jxyhite crarx shawls 1 heavy talmas, thin i silks I a copv of the same be tianniitt'e-i to the parents of i r in whohe possestMY.n it was found ; or such cl..iiuuit Urnf; sh-lving her and Tassel.! Elastic Bi-lts Silk French Apron Chwcks white and Brow,: "l"1'8 Bj"w"-[ Annie and \ice .
the deceased. JGV F. jfl&QOMK. } his right of 1 1t b\ I I it ii-Tn'f Coiiiln fine India rubber.IJ'wt.s Dress, Einlroidering s-ic Cot R'fl' and Shot Guni. awl a hm
dark velvet hats, gauze, new head dresses, and ; 5' .5 cowt- i rlmll be required to prove pr.ipeity i set libbing 'Cotton. Bonnet Linings.Hollands Do'm- Ginghams. '
with the J. 1'. CRICULOW, j I other competent evidence: and if ujn.n iuvctiga'ion' shoes (;iucs for h.its coi king ton FLinnelH. BnTab"ic ,)wn Drillnnd Do- (-t Vrouhit and Cut alls. Uol-!
of Wreaths
incongmities miiTgled Jets. ,
manner French Flov.-'rs, twWars.Ae.ith" .
!j A true copy from the minutes i it shall appear to the' satisfaction of the Intciidmit I lrnhtes ct'tli; s .i.it-k k1iv-s i ; .;nIc3tic. Bed Tic'Fans king Twilled B..J..

moving panorama. The few specimens already A'ttest:-rll-'GH ARCHER., 0. S. I that such claim of ri 'ht is set ip merely to evade (tin- j iSiilfoii", n-ivy: vest Razors,in single cai'i ; .giig together w over ,Willow Ware Notion,,

shown, prove that the .Spring; fabhion*> j j, operation Df'this Onliancp, (he party go offending hlmlibe \ HiiUi'fts navy mniiuin: IJn7or stmp' Or-Jwat's, i Parasols, 6tc. 500 Pieces I I'rc.cb 0

for ladies are to 1 bj<2 even :more expensive and j deemed a disturber of the public peacs and liable I L vtioti3invy I Coat fVisMtrs 1 A very pretty selection of Fans. CotlonaJM f3bll Ivory mmd If.rn,C.r114.
to fine of not less than $JO( nor i&re'tbau ? (> ali iilt tint I,(f.iiii-i Umbrd American and I
.. beautiful than ever. Nothing hut the richest j j a j )% Par-si., Sun Slw.J.s and ftnd Os- Breshies of i.ilkiiid5, Battona. Nee.ueatie. .
( Hi Striped
h-nletteeiw. no ,
At Wauteenah. Jefferson 15th i the discretion of the Intendant I Blacking, boxes if.fi ; 'h1s. l'ort 3louaes
County on Tuesday I ls_ Puiiiit Bru.bes
tilns will answer ? and for these, from tweiitto \ ;,ia1Pcrs sr.a Linea Drills _
SKC. 3.: Be'it faitfir Oidjin'd. That from and after i Beeswax inlb. esikcs
a hundred dollars go for one drops, which [ April by the Rev. W. K Eppos,J.J. ALEXANDER | the expiration of four weeks from the publication of- j Cotton, pjNMih, of NOB. 12 jmrej und 16, 20J( yarns ctub; ( S I Gloves, Hose, &c. sllj' i & | Fly Fancy Brushes.S<> ati-1 Cologne Oihi! Extrncts.Ruling Pro anti.

will be thrown aside before Juno, for a more ofChailor-ton, S..Cto JIISS REBECCA ELIZABETH this Ordinance it shall not be lawful for any Slave i>r cords, equal part Ladies and OeiUs fcid6ilk and | Clot:hlng. i.Steak Mallets Hp Ice Cream Freezeri.*

cxjtensive Summer; toilei. A walk up Droad- DaugliU-r of ilaj. J. A. Edwards. Slaves to occupy any dwelling house or building, except Ilandkerchirfit. cotton, fait colors, S'2 by 40 inches Linen Gloves Gauntlets, Silk Mitts. 'tehui"to urnihiCastors, Lemon Squet-zers. Fanny

Way and Fifth Avenue on a dressy 'afternoon 1 as hereinafter provided, situate upou any lot or w* ight not less than 2 ()Z. each, text-.re 8 by 6 to Ladies Black and White Silk Iloba. themselves Gentlemen with vt iumiftUtf CoatsB| tcU. Painted P&iI4. Keela
limits of this inchNetdies Ladies Gents and Clfildreus White I
lots within the coporate City, apart or | Biifkots. Cln'ldrensV"a
will satisfy almost any one where' the'money j DIED it this county. April the 6th THOMAS OCARMAN detached from, and not contiguous and adjactnt to sowing, Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4, drill-eyed, be- Ulack and ColonCotton! do.. Pant and \ wts, can elet-t from 11TuhisVchl| aunt l ftiK3Th ChamberStta..he -.
[ in the) 55th \ ear of his The iecen l 5' V.'oik do Ludies and stock oontaiiang vcr 7oO? (Cmrnu-nt'-J01"
goes. npc. < We have just lost twc estimable citizens, was a native of Craven eounty. North Carolinia, but of sixteen under wJiose oiritrol/tnaniigcmeiH and KiOtoi) tJic. i.-ft French black, I 12 yards to the piece Dents Silk and Merino Shirts La- ''all new and of t ti latest styles'Under i Stands, Uihbrelia stands Ch&Jrmajlhrs V.

whose long lal orsjn behalf of Public Schools., fur the last eleven j'earswas a citizen ofthis tnte dirccliojj, fjjh Slaves shall in all such cases he Piv width, i :i inch I i dies spun Silk Drawers, Black! and Also Linen Bo-. ShirU, (.Chairs.Tooth Crushes.Steel PIM. ;

He was a con-Utoi.t and f.iithful iiiember of the 15ap ; vid-d, ntvrtlieiis* ; That the provibions of this ordinance ', Soap, shaving in cakes; each cake not less than 2 oz j Fancy Cravats. Stocks and Ties do. Drawers, C.i Ac Silver TLimblss. Gun LotUr I a
them tie of Caps
to gratitude good men list Chinch for (he Ijrt thuty j'ears of ,hia life, and hhall not be *<> constaicdas to prevent any owner -, Silk senins', blue-black ; wrapper not to exceed 2 i oz, i Gents Linen and Silk Pocket HandI H ats. }'uelsea Paper Trarellir -a.

eiervwhere. J'piI! McKeon, L. L. I)., and di-d in full assurance, of that lepsed ret that await of bui'd'.nps'! within this City from placing therein to the pound kerchief" 110 Dozen Mtj :n's audR.iy'sIIttti.'B.igs.I'jniid: Bnttaui.i p Coffee,.Pots, L '. '4 ,

Jov-jih Curtis bojii (lied on aturdmv. Mr. i t'thall tlief.na'ly faJUifiil of J PUF Christ Heleavesonly during his or her abiCiica a Servant- or Servants toI j Thread black and white, Marshall's best quality j Mantles. Fashionable Sit k. Lfglio-n, 1'ana 'Gilt Frame Looking Glasses. Eg rg fStiaw. t I

:?,IeK *oi v/as for tr.nrv .;; ':ir. County SuperlatvMVJcut. -,' four S-i .t'i tnoiirn that invtr.evab.le i"Si.bul they I pTCHecl'the'bftuie, t-uch :vti ntj.ee2d I Iwo in Tape, white linen 4 yard in length, $ inch wide i have of 100 Beau- ',m.i. EusrlMi. Cunad.aiJ.i Boilers. Marble Pastry Board* ncU pC.
nvw'ni ii'tas tlmse ithout hope for l,1esed are the number, iu the aire of thiir bein.sa and Tape.. black, twilled cott"i, 8 yard* in length } inch W> upwards :
| except Palm L uC Bath.
in \\r "h olTfO n? %.v n IVNIIV dcserwH I 1 iful Mantnfas, Talmas aud Scsrfi. Plain aud Fancy Japantd ,&q.,die.S C.
; dead which dio in the} !urd, fr-an henceforth ye, saith 1 wife and having young childrtn of age insufficient to J' -id e

gmmeisdation*, and! tliil much to pro the Fiiirit that they may test from >t'u.thJs, s ii.d j !:ir"nrH needing lln-ir pari-nts proti-cnon : Thimbles, 8-10 and 9 10
mote the jiro-pf-rity of our excellent eilucatior.nl their w'm'i K< do f.illow tht'.u. Sit: 4. Jicitjtut/trr i : O-dih.fd, Ti.it: en the rvplration -

>vs>tein. .Mr. Cuitis was lone jdentt'd, .' N. 15. Th. Gol Jbjro k> :>ubic.in! anJ Patriot, will of the time pi escribed i in: tic: f.-:'eg' j ig; tvciin j } WKJTI SU.T -irnr. SCAC_srpnrvte bid for 100,000. '

\\ilh the Public: School} Society, the -( 3-"f.;; it -hall! be the duty of the City ilarrhnil to give ni pcunJt.j :( flt {1totI ) tporimciit

flee in writing to the owiur or owiu-rs. or to the agent, j The bnp rntiat bo mannfncttir'1'] frrvn Cicos-nnt
liieli lreLtv! indebted to him
fvitero .v.is
i! or aseuts, of the owner cr owut-rs of such Slave or oii. atid be of the best quality denominated white
fr it sueccs. The Longest Pole Knocks Down theE 1 IS ail titile well supplied with Fresh Groceries,,, which we will sell fit prices as low as th Timwin1 we
Sh!: \ "? at are found living upon% or occupying any lot salt-water 'o.ip, ami be "delivered on sixty days' no- lit
Another Oper.frraron .'s prrjjnsrd ; the : 33 :3EL S 1 3MC O 3T [ cr lots within the corporate liiiiii. of tl.is City C'-ntra-' (tico.: in good Mrong IX'XPS cf about 75 pounds each, I admit. We lance nr>w ir Store large 1'itofJava i Uio Coffee, Powdered, Cruhe.l, Laif. Clanged soiL

M.t.jl.'iretzek the direction of.iffairfc. tu tl.o"f U'-V f r jin St-Jj"li ieqtiii- i ud. hft-.r in't'ortion.' the boxes must be hooped ati Brown Sugar. Black und Green Teas. Pepper. Spiels--of all! kin P. S-tteratus.Super Carbonate of Soda. Sperm,
Tftnu: takinjj CALL AND PRICE OUR GOODS BEFORE i rj ;; ;
I Adamant ine. Star and Wax Candle ; Fancy and Comr Lion Soap. Pickled! uhnoii. trJince.. Sha-I. Candies Slid
i ing such ov.ncr 01 owners or their agent or t tj toI end all the of the The
1t.ttmv succeed he is the agents i contractor. price
man cn exp.-Mne Nut of all kiails, Crac'ker.Valiiot nut Tomato CaNi ip.:; P.-ppt-r bauce, Ciipers, l'iceslili.3Iixed P.ckleeEng-
t-fleet tlie removal of such Slaves then ( witliiuI
than. Hut the event '.-doubtful. The enormous j n.m to be uniform at al! the yards. I, lish and Fu-noh Mustard, Durkees'Yen t'Powder, I'reserved Qiiiie., and Tamariiida. (,? rrunt. Apple SOH(
fiom Wit titito i-f MK-Ji rMfe ad if '
I Idi (days: ; : iiK n ,
I Corn Starch Chooi'I.it Broma. aMle
salaries 1 first class artists Q liricij Jelly. Cocoa
( tjcniande< by ;To..f uf fu'-h noJici- it fr'inll rtNii l lie inidc to -ni'ijon. 1 C.> Lrs-- >air Lid fur 50 000 pounds.I '
.rpa llice. Fire Prooi I'siiir. Cbitiu, Green Ge-
I ..Vhaite'iii \7ingsr App'I Vinegar ,
CAT Dried Bt-cf ,
i* r. dead break to the businosp. and almost CHEAP STOBE. ti..t! jiiiv [1t-ritn having the cojti; I Varnish, White Lead Pi.ltv Boiled Linseed Oi'. .Dfit yrx-rm dnw J ard d \. Cumphftie} and Barring Fla-
is ith loss. shall reitze to -tuo\e them, Q! tuift-r l! m to contini If laV-l I fit -trlnc.: six citndlcs to the I pal
given i : pound.
."TV.-- :Uemj up ( pnr.ie 1 ids, Powder and Shot, Enuff, SarsapauM.i. ll-i-plwrry and! Lemon Svre ,. Stuart's Kvst Syrup, New Orlear?
The second trial of Leu i is Biker for them i UI. in the ua and occupancy of any lOt torlotasafoi< 1 R 1 10 \\t\f\n\ t. in length effluiee nj tip six candies don''TxacLca -W Liortleberrries.'Backbr'ics! TolnutoeI *, Horte Radish, Siuperi.r Cigajft,"Choice Chewing and
-.iit E.ccoi.c7oc14f5 saiil. Filch EhallLc Labi to a Me of ?1U. tacit i ;
; peison pay N'o. 1. t' wcih not less than ii ounces b7 100 ;
rdr of \Vtn. Poole, called on Mon -.. Smoking Tobacco. tc., ic., : was
I :
'T) 1' 1) r.iontii MiHi save Iavtare allowed
(for or or be less than 1 Farenheit.
r.ot to 10
every ltg '
(1 -1 .Lj ,1 ; their kind I liberal solicit exaniaatio
With thanks to the Public for 'am: puir'niajo, we earnestly anIJODGKISS
day, in the Comt of Oxer & Tei'miner.- j ul'ercd( ti) be and continue in the occupancy of any iTli3; y;;Ck must be bi aided, and comjwsed of 78 cntton j many

There was a large pa:: l of Juror.-. in attendance BRIGS RKMIXGTOX: 4 -cl) MYSTIC : lot or hits con t nu y t<> the provi-iniib of thia Ordii.nncf-! threads of the best quality of No. 27 yarn. The can- I of Tadalasaee.our present stuck.I March. !2. 1S56. 12 SCOTT POOLfe.

hut, out o! :'. hundred names, only four iLr tfw York a large assortment uf Staple( :SEC. 6. All Ordinanct-a and parts uf Ordinance-* j dfes! to be dflivcr'-il oil sixty days'notice, in SMH] box- _____ __ -
Ff -
vre found qualifietl to feire. The others, Dry Goods consisting in part of as'follows : I conflicting with the provisic-ns of this) are lurcby rci j 05, coutaiing uliout TO jx>unds each) and the box to :: = -:

2i'5 p Prints, from C to 15 ct#. per yard!; Bro.an pen led. | !h. ina' .ed with the coutractor.s name and the weight Tallahassee Ran Road Bonds.T Late A1'frfralsofI
had made their iniidnd t' "' i
up ex; ress Passed in Council, April 14th. 18o5. i
1 Bleeched Slieetings awl Shirtings, from f> to 20 I of tixj-candlcs. '
ions of Baker's guilt, wi : ".- made it pecry ct,. p :r\d; Insli, Linens, Linn Sheetings JJro. and | K. El'1'E.S, Ictendant.j i I -VmT\\ E now offer to to invest.Capitalists$75,000 and in others Bofcds Inning of rive I SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.BV .

to set them h&Je.! A. '-,r exhausting the Bleaf-h'-d Jeans, Apron Checks, White and Brown j Attest-ClIALLTh IICTCinSb'ON." Clerk. MrSTAILL- HEED, BLACK PEITES, Ac.I Imndred money dollars each, issued by tbe Tallahassee Rail the late arrivnU from New York I am reecir-

panel and the day, ihe Comt ordered the Jli.liandf. Domestic Gingham; *, Canton Fl.-.nnul, Bed I j April 1t 1b6. 16 I S-Depurate; bids for-all that may he required for the 1 Road Convpvny having twenty years to run, bearing inr:' furn: that city, Philadelphia and Baltimore a

Ccanty Clerk to draw five hundred more T.ck.njr: 10: pq. lli lin.riom 12J to 50 cto.p yd ; usa.of tlie navy.to.be delivered at N.cw York only. evdn cent per annum interest, payable semi annually i- CoflttittC! sortment of merchandize of every descrip
Bi-Ttire de L4ineE and other fancies ; French and Ametican ; TO WOOL GROWERS. Mu tnrdH M'd. American, -Ln wnFvpper per the first days January and July, at the tion, to which I invite the attention fcf the public.I
and rued Jt i on
names aujoa to Wednesday. > Ci'ttonados, Gambl(tt-D8 Pl.liu uiitl SiripcdA |' FLORIDA AND GEORGIA. I black. Malabar | Baikofthe Republic. New York. I would enumerate iupnit : *

doubtful! if a jury can be got at all, in this nh. and Kentucky Jeans. Domestic; Had'Lincn Dnlln, A FACTORY in wool, I -.Bt'Hles, wtagon,f jr mustard and pepper'cojksfor j Ths Comp ny are re hiving their Road with a T i Plain and fcin'-v Divssen. Tlribsa.'Siimmr'Mantjlas.
| van
city. Almost everybody'has judged the'cnpf: metallic for the Spring and Summer Wear aud Fundn JT feed its Burr cxUacting lad" isittles.fljiie'egi'iflg. | r.iil wrigliinj: t-ixty pounds per yard, and htwood I Collars, GK'Vt", Hosiery, Ptrasols, Bonnet,. "EmbroiI -

OIP way or another, and those \\Lo have not. other articles iu the staple Diy Goods lite too uumer-j} Would ask the Fafmf) far and neurTo I Cross ties, many of them show iisg a frtee of fil'U-fii ir -I I deries, Trimming She -tmr etc *tct;' Clothing bf
PUS to mention. articles must be of the'best qiinlltv from outside! "outside.. ..Whencomjiluted I I every ui-riptiou for Gentlemen and 'Boys. Hats.
will their n.inds sire fixed for the Bend their 7'umt1djIecrriee.. clu-s, phtced'twc"feet /
say [purposecf ; "
and confi.rmnble m all resprrts to the samples dupotited will with lJtin.3.l, ? 8. Cap etc., c: (jyOCt1t.,'., Trench and
Boots Shoes and Hats. vool wail. this Road challenge comparison
dirt the ,
iid of tedious and thankless If. free from they
petiiiig a long, at s iiJ navy Yards anthiu this bureau, and { of the kiiicl the United States. Apple Brandies, Old! Port, Mad.ariSherry LihfliKi

job. If Baker is ever convicted, it will1 A hcutifn.znd] well selected stock of Gents.Spring Neat"IVill Monticello card, Spin thit weave'&it, in. a flash, 5Iti-ct to such inspection at the navyyardvhere de1 1 any The structure busiuc'ss of the iCmd in fiir the btt'z ysara war- and Chnnipiiirne.: Burgundy and Hcicktite&u.djjl; ,.
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be in home other county than this. ; an-! Suminpr R6M: Old Shots, Ladit-u- do. }i'ivs' do, Where. Cutttni Waand K )Fdling' Iiefrd abth chief of Ihe bureau tony direct, them ranta the bt-lit-f that the Cofnpatty vill be able to PVexpeitethc Syrups. C.in'ioa.! Soaps, etc.. etc.:; also a general as-
j.ud children dc spun. spcctlng o jcer to be appointed) by the-Navy Depart sorlaicnt of .nurdwarc, and Gbv
ir3ted"to Crockery
I interest the Bortds reeitiefrwt Ware
North Khvr na\ izni.n is now fairly] open. Where Oii Kate. ; S S the Roftd and a dividend of eurht per cent to I Chai.i Pumps &.. &<. Price a. unml, very low.
r.rA the fiwt of tow < Once seen to buy. it once catnptlt. ienAH
0:1 Saturday largett
be delivered ( of inciden- 'i wotiW
the articles to rue any beside the : beg of those wto Lave neglected to call!
An q.ortment cf the latest :'c and fastion eiiittLle lint of here iuld. its Stockholders from its yeaily earjings
a A we
BV price*
tmts, ever taken hy one steamer, left for AlKi'iy. J for the wml and make us glad j tal expense to the govtrument, in proper vessels or creatiiiu of a sinking Fund 3utS--iet; to pay off these ani nettle their last jer.r'd and previous accounts not

flm'reem e 15,0'JO( tens of merchun-j H aon.FINE Send' on ynur il.if Sotdhtin I pathiigec, rind th-} prce; of iu-h aitiele must, be the I Bonds at maturity. S I I to delay longer. My profits will niitjustifyi ch lane
j lio'.d! tr the n, men, I
SI dUe! hi the fiecL Yours ilxvayt;, GROCERIES.Java. I This -FACTORY" bfiil liadi the Van, i manic at.tjiisTospctive; places of delivery. 'Paoi igt-s J Jin The Georgia and P n acola Rail-Road Company I credits 'T > criable me to keep upYny owta credit' .t
S j niioh the above rti'-'cs arc deivtrp! lruustbemark_ | favorable must have after
prompt payments the close of each
(;OTUAM.1npcrtaut LaririR and Rio Cofft-e. L nf, Cn h'd, Pi.vred. In yiiiii g there's few can dr.relujulric have let to energetic contractors, on very
ihe.r contents and the of the contractor | otherwise I
ed vih; : name the of miles of their Road, and I year, am subjicted to great Tnion eni nre
I terms grading sixty
] ii
< Claiifi'-d and Drown Sugar. Gun POTTOT. with lucm.ipuie.List
> Imperial ( )
ari'J te fcuillc-i iit to insure their temporary[ safe-keep- J it is confidently lievcd the work will be pushed fur- I and expeuf.6. I hope this appeal will not be in rain.
from teolral Aicerics. Your.g IhtxJi: Tea Oolong Do. Black, Sperm and
A.i Ci4t.diku. Soap, J'ickled SiJnion. S. rdiues, Shads.I cf Prices Terms, &..c.Jtff t i ir./The conir..cior must tabli-h agencies at such sta- ward to an early completion, and must bring to (the 1850. 14 UA'YWARD.April5 .
i iTiie
WAMCEK'S [ business not
UF.ITAT or ;IN. Tiioors. b-terf. O\frtcrs, Clams, Halt-but, hernietrierxllveaVd. Tnllphajsec Rail Road a very forge now
CottonVol than his residence that arise
tiotis other
Thc rson Southern Rights no delay may
Asj-.inwall [>apers contain i terestlng j < Mushroom. Nut ..f all and kind-WnreeslfrHhii Tomatoe. John Bull. Wal Factoy, situated: lj milo East ofilontic'ello/Jcif! .-rsouCo { in furnishing what may be required ; and when the tributary The Bonds to it.cox? offered ,form one half the- anvmtt ta AT WOOD) '& BROOKS ; 4
nut. Ssue Pitklt-s
and impom [ant intelligence 3 in leyard& ,to Cen- Fu-ni'h and Lntrliah iluntanl, Yt-uet Powders, Choco- .. Fbi ida,on the Stage road to Alligator F'a.' ianowin j contractor or agpnt f.iils promptly comply with a be issued, and constitute by law a fhct lien upon the ,
full and successful employing the latent j if>qiii ilioii. the Chief of the Bureau of Provisions and
tral American aff.tiis. j'late. Hue Apples Cheet-e Do. Dried (1riLti0fl. I Road :lnd its fraoVhlges. Tbe Interest is guaranteed by PRACTICAL
Englinh Dairy and tliall be authorized direct ) to'be GUJf-SAKEBS.
Lotion Woilmanufautuihig.Machinery. to
both iu Clothing purchn'tes
Tiie of the defeat of Walker's improvement the Internal Improvement Fund of Floriila. ::1
news troop?, Beef, Beef TottgiM's, Yinoir.ir. I owder and Shot, Snuff,
thia Mill have thus far nude the under the to
The goudd from to supply deficiency, pcnilty bl embarrass their
bare ether d.
under Col. ScliK-ssinger, was brought to pan- Srs, Ras. and Lemon Syrup. Causes', Horse RadJixh brought the leading price, both in New York, Now be expri-ssed iu the contract; the record if a requiaiiuu finances.The Company- no HAVING eitablished themselves permanently M

ama by jhe. Dutch ijleamer Eniilie from San Gcllatitic Jellies, Jams, tc. .Orleans and Texan. ,. or a ipphcjito'opy! thereof; at tl e Bureau of The Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund they would offer their nervier tce
the Citizens of
Jote. Co). S., uith 400 men, was well fortified Cigars.Or.r The Company offer.for sale at the ,following prices, Provisions and Clothine, or at either of the navy-yards have sfedfestad their appreciation of the value of these the rnJiniifaettire Florida f and the surrounding State fr

at Hacienda, near Snta Rosa, when be stock is numerous and fine, prices ranging viz: i 9 aforesaid shall be evidence that such requisition' has Bonds by investinj $40.000 of their fund iu them. cud Pistol*a, which Duublc barrelled warrant Shot Guns, Rifles ; -
from j'16 Ui $70 M for best Havahnes rfnd choicc.st Superior Cotton warp, all Nos. a 83 cents a been made and received. For terms and other information ou the subject tobequaL.tG
was rtacktd the HOili ult. of ; per any made. All kinds of
on by a party repairing dune io
Bunches and sureties ih to any a neat and
40 Two ra equal
Lr.-uids, which Guard Bunch of 6 Ibu. by the bale of up or more proved aT which be desiredapply to
500 Cotta Uicanh under (;eii. Mora, and entiHv among are Light Operas. wards. the estimated amount of tim contract; will be required. may GEO. ANDERSON 4 CO. workmanlike manner, and without d laj.. jfl) work
Loiidie* do, Britamca, EIMimdo. E L Reeves, Gcn'l.Concha's J. is done
defeated. I Favorite, Coude de Mexico, Traquacica and Fur a less quality, one dollar per Bunch. .'and twenty per,centum in addition will be 'withheld March 22, 1856. St-12 -[Sent. copy.r at thjs hi. J.IKO w ten rrorni tj.. fiur inerraieCifUt
rifles, shooting nnde
Nineteen piisoners taken by the Costa Hi others. For Filling the same )r1ee. from'the amount of all payments on account target 'to order and
No 1 Oiuaburgs i Ib per >aid, 10 cents by the bale thereof an colhiteral security, to secure its performance, : n warranted to shoot with, pwclii from 100 to 4 40
rnns were court manialed nnd shot ; they Wines-Branc1es yards., f3f Shop, ST a cf the Rifle Monroe Hu ..
Cordials, of 1UU yards, and tipvards.- and not'in any event to be paid until it is in all respects RECEIVED *

'. erp cliiefly Iruh and Germans. '. Pure-Fi c'nch Bmudy vintage of 1 805, For half a bale, '10 i cents. complied with; eighty per centum of the amount JEST History cefEng'lind, VoL'l "4 4, April 51SS8; ;. 14-Cm

Some accounts feay that Walker's troops put up in quart bottles and gallon jugs For k-es than half bale or by the bolt, 12 cents. of an deliveries made will be paid by the nary agent Irving'n Life of Washington, Exectitor's Notice.

were surpiised-the Costa Kicans, after lirj"ig S to accomodate the ueeo'fnl. And aa tilgh.ly 1'lain ,wo lKersey, heavy, a 28 cents by the bolt. within thitty days after bids, duly authenticated' rCalhoan's Complete Works.BancroftVA.Bildre.th's .

the first voiby leaping the walls, and j recommeudcd by the facalfy1 ai 'large The wool department is worthy the attention of have been presented to oTifa. ,-< '- *- i"Blank UqiteJ States, SIX months nfter.date. w will present nmtraeeonntt
medicinal our Planters,Burrs are not objected to, as they arc forms of proposals may be 6btafned'bn upbhcfiilo Alone-The"lii tn-Path. voua-liers to the }IOU. JUdgo 'if I'rQ4t. f
';itli knife and bayoaet.cutting tloxvn all they for I'nrposes.Yittore?! reudilyremovi'd by a'machine for .the purple, but ; io the navy agents at' Portsmouth, New McDOUGALL 4 H66BY. the safd C&htjof Oa.aden, for fin* setleg., --d
encountered and ilUpef; taking the Sherry highly prised. I and dried before 1famrSbre ? tou Philadelphia, Balti- apply to be da.cbmrged,frou
ng cr rej j Old Maderea v inea, the Fool should I be washed clean of dirt ; <* Newport. April 12. 1856. 15 the

niiinder pritionerg. TKb Costa Kicans had J Sicily rending it to the Factory. The Co., solicit the '\nore, Norfolk, Pensacola, ah'd at this bureau.A Fillyaw .deceased.'

16 killed and iJ5 wounded. :An express which Old Port, Claret. I patronage of the adjourning Counties of Florida and record, or duplicate of the letter informing n bidderef Just Received, OWEN JL 4 JAMES A. FILL AW, !ztor's.

h4 oft' Holland Gin Georgia. This Factory is an experiment, that should ihe acceptance of-his proposal, will be deemed SACRED HARPS.. ->.' April 12. Io36. 13ia '
that and Brandiec
arrived at Punta.AreHas" 90 A.pple,.Ftach. Cherry ; lm been notification thereof within tEe meaning of the act of 1 00
not fail of support ; Florida long dependant a llcOOUGALL 4 HOBBY.
-Bonrbor and do. Jamaica.Sarta
aker's men were found dead, and it was Cruz and, Amerlcdn-do.Mouonghala? on'her Northern neighbors for lho e articles-the 'material l94B-C, ml bw b\A\ will be made and accepted in conformity &jrilj2, 1856. 15 For : I-
I PuppqFed that -otuers bad perished in the of which lies at her own door. All wool sent. with this understanding.I ; .
In Stqrrc'Westcfn Produce Ac.XTRA made mu'&l be accompanied(as directed
js. ., ehall receive trict-attention. I Every'offer Per Wm. R. Pettis

The official details from General Mora are. ? and Supe/fine Fl tjr. Wool Cbzsrs. kin the.lservice: ot of Congress for '1846-47 making, approved appropriations 10th August for the, FROM: NEW ORLEANS ':TRACT P. William e/Iand., called tho Tumoka property situated of Estate of QalilaK Joist

pulii htid iiv the. San.Jose'papers. ._ lBJCOJI Sides, Clear and Ribbed, For carding"in Batts for HatrnRsen' 5 cent" per" 11"w. nav 1846)) by a written guarantee signed by one'br.inoreresponsible CVA CASHS, Sides and Shoulders. Rivic;.. in Orange Co., about fi6 miles 8onth-1r oo t ftnra

; Previous accounts stated that Costa Rica -_ | Suear Cured Hanu, Plain du.Whi For Bolli Spinhig I 10 persons, to the efToctiimt he or they uuder- J75 ] bhs. Extra Family Flour, the City of St Aagnitioe. The said tract oontalaa

1.U 1n of excitement, aud that ke/. Lard, Syrtip..Oosben.llutter, To be weighed after it it carded. take at'the'biddei-amll.t jkiaor J their bid be accepted 100 Superfine 810 acres, more or less,and it well adapUd forth
t .. ngteitUte 1iichtriRbf old at email advance on cost :Jwool into Plain Kerseys the
all xrf t For luaninactdriug enter-into'an obligation'Jwjthin ten dayswith RectifieilWhiitkeT Culture of the Sugar Cane. For term
hkvarwai |>opularwiib n cUwes. ..Many'cfthel'orgh and.dwrgcs, for CASII CASH 1 1 csn MI! chafg.ls'l6 cents per pard, the Mill furnishing the good and sufficient soreReXJto'furnish tba .-'fbrjpliegproposed. H5 Mess Poik. ALBERT E apply HE&TZ.In

:"rVtdnthad te.ndered.51h ir LLOYD, .warn, or, (if prepared,) one half of the cloth. -"We .. The luffeau will not be obligated to con- 36 Prim Palatka. April 12. 1855, 15-Si. .....

4. services to the government, and a levy of,9, : Auctioneer and Commimitro ..4fercant.t shftlibe >prapareu} 'jb "Abort time to maBufarturotwHled L eider any.proposal unless acoompaui (f by the gmrantefreqnlr 5 .
Auction Sale ta next Saturday, 11click.. feoods, '0ur UrtQS are a h 'or i xcbatife 'for.wool law the competency of.the! Syrup, Just Recelvift
000 -otdered and Io.an of J.by ; guarau-
had been
men A : 6 Lard ,
: ...
17 jaka cotton vhcu -
market wa '
the price
8100.COO; flnnounted. Punta Arenas was S. jril26, 1856. ___ the price'i at ie itet above 8 cents. collector of the the navy age'nt, district attorney, 5 Ric ,- PER WM.R. f ET'MS-d eai 'SEW ORLEAJTSi,

"tull.'of: tropsvndeThron.Bdlaw.S Jot1ce.c5 JOHN PALSIER. Agent or-the attention of bidders portTh is called to the samples 5 Ubda. Sngir, 2 0 BBI& Ettfa'4 Siiflerfin* Floor,

/IV principal flmVv, ,000 strong under x months 1ftkrdgx. the"iinder igued, administm- Jrffersoo S. R.'Mahufkcturing's Co. "abd; deicrip on of articles required as' 'in the inspeotfori For sale 5 Boxes by Star"Candles.. R. H. BERRT. I 6) Brtgs prirhe.'Rio' Coffee,
Mile East of Montic1Io. C.
(fn. Mora, wa marching upon NidiraguaJini trix. of tlie &tat* of It. E. Gibsivdeeaiedivit1 li beftre ,receptioo just but i4id comparison will April 19. 1856. 16- I I3k IS ;sctauls flame
to the Hou. Aprfl 1 la,1856. 16-12t the article offe'ed l and the samples Shoulder.
would croBstbtrf ron Her in eight days.S .- present her.nccounta and voucher Judge be madi between -R'Bbla. Socar
for final BetUemeD receiving that fall below them and ben..5Lolsiea,
of Probate,fur thd&dou County oootract. none ; .
.funeral Mora, in a7lisp tch to the Miiimster'S. Bud.will.npplv to.Le: discharged from the adniinistrtorsinp' Rough Rice I Rough Ride-! an hw kttention i is-also p fipuWy.directed,to the>uitS2i for BH1 & \\hiskey, "
.. <'fu' stftftsilmt# ''the filibus'm 4iME. li BOXM CUret.
ir4 : the attack on of aid estate. Rice.Ttiby 1854, hbdaThebt of the -- -'
'A ) it 9 All whjoh Will l sj-i: 1 lera |1t. : :
Isbtc'd-fpurtcch'miuutei, vC'lirn they broke I FLORIDA A F.OnwnjC. Adtefr. -'- ? ,4h'aL '"' '-S t L'JhiE5I.- '

ad t d tmiSed. ly {hwvoc'3*\ *, toasei1 fei- .. .. .. 7:._' L3'L Las; -.-' -I-1! ..; J5.J.5z_' Ii I kvJuVM.Aptii 19 1.L1 4w-li 'I S .5SNtt


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Dr. Come' ei! Come_ 'All !tAD TO 'THE I I Notice: to Coatraqiora.. tot Cordial ,
McLANE'S LI9. THOMAS Omcx; or flrAn EKOIWWO BCXJ ATJ A, 1 .manufacturing -Liqocrm, EiTervcseiQ
CELEBRATED examine DAVID C. large and I DO CERTIFY that in the year 1854. I visited WTR O&AVOxMiii. P. 0., ST.Joan alTO FiA > .JJ.YmgJnf'jrAr. Bitie'n. Syrups

selected stock of WILNg by him- Dr. W. Moseley's. Infirmary at Griffin, .for the TV /MANUFACTURER of Tron Arjocar 20TH,'1855. ) E.etx.s Wines, de.

YEHMIFUGE self consisting not only of the relitie purlfd life.but also_ purpose of obtaining relief of a very painful and distressing IVl Ware,and dealer in all Fan- PROPOSALS will be rewired *t this ALL xvy* of UQ10a.x BC MAxmcrckSB rox 12 TO

those article well adapted t please all, only in CANCER of the nose and eye. My nose was ey Tin Wares, takes pleasure citizens! SEALED the 20th day of August 1 856, for constructing SOctxrs rca OULO'f,

4 A5DLITER quality and styles, but in prices. This stock is not only all entirely gone before I visited the Doctor besides Tallahassee and the surdlJcunty. that ho is Canal, with iU necessary Appttnd.'f OUTLAY of|2 will furnish the 'ppar.in.'

PILLS. large but selected particularly for tbe Florida markets a very deep ulceration on my cheek a about my now prepared to wait o, also tenders' but patronizehim thanks such* Lift Locks, Guard Locks Basin! 4ft from AN converting Whiskey and Wafer Into tb. ., !?.

which he feels assured he will be able t sell a eye. I am happy and proud t say >r. Mosely in his line of blsiness. He Lake Harney on the St..John} Indian. River a di- est Vinegar tat 36 hoars, at a costperrallon. oI't"o t
of the did relieve me, and bad it not been for my Imvirig to to his friends, and the public eenerally for the very tbe .
w oTthe best Preparation* Of thto Age. I low, not only for cFh and the produce countrybut been tancc of thirteen miles 3.410 feet ; iinlborlzed by .
which he has
also to those who have bn dealing with him expose myself t very extreme cold, bad weather. I liberal patronage with htrEtnrf General Assembly, of the State of Florida at iU .e The onlf vessels ..n'Y.. for tMt
[or years. AH! those wMiin) t purchase we would do believe that would have had no return of the favored, and hp Impes that J continuation of the grime lion of 1854-5, by An Act entitled An Act provide Wine of Whiskey barrels. fin"ta",.,. ar.

They are not recommended advise i to call and see these pplenlJI disease. I visited the Doctor a second time and he will be Irantcllllim.le for and) encounter a Liberal System of Internal Improvements they are filled for the porpose of making wJthhkb
Olaee. Chene. Satin striped, relieved me again; and *o far as the various leports wi constantly keep on hand a full npplv e.fnli in thi State. eanbeoundinanyoftheeetsofAm.Persona V".Deglr.>

as Universal Solid and Plaid Brocades. abut the Doctor's injuring or failing to relieve me, are usually kept in an ."tth1.lnntnt..rH! !, Proposals will specify the amount for which the without the 1 hf knowledge'
line of A full assortment () Iron.Sheet ) of t&uKn
Gro de Rhiues and Black Silks, of :1 prices and are positively fult. regards Dr. MOl'ellY'sskU hlilll work will be done, the mode and manner in which incas are led imprcptibly into the *"
in tbe Treatment I know Lend Lead SlwtZinc.! Cistern Pnnin., process of ma
Cure-aIls but for of C"Icn. of no Phy- ; Pipe3; DB"
bemsdewhetherinIndaOrmtflfY1.or which is by
simply qualities. are to factnre. no means eompucated.
in the world that I would sooner relv on than and a great other articles too numerous to men payments
Black and colored Veh'eL. many portion of each. Maps Profile and estimates Tins work i j. to be C)ond at N'<. 60
b what their name Solid and n! in the Southern States and TO BUILDERS.Tin .trtet.
pur- Solid plaid: and 1urer Delains.Embroidered t any ; I am bRppjtnsay addressing the undel'1'ilCtled Orange Mill Post Of site the St. Chsrlea HoteL Price f 2 o

ad black Alpaccaa that I found him to be a perfect gentleman and) Hrtofintr. Gntterin Copper and Tin Condnctinir fice. St. John's River, Florida." Proposals will also amount (two dollars)can be sent per per mail cy. Thi '

ports.The Black Dmblzines. Philnntbropnlt and advise: all persons afflicted with Pipes Ac., all of which, he promises to do in t the mostworkmanlike be received for constructing ft Rail Road over the and the work sent per return mail purchaser mult j 10
Debni efl, Ciorer, t the DOCTOR as soon as p<_ible and manner and st\le, and of thebe t miterinl F. L DANCY. '
VERMIFUGE for Spanish Johu same ground. 20 cents in stamps to pre and SL'
have their health restored. RANSOM Register
Ladies black and colored It.liRI cloak cloths, COOPER on shoitosl notice nnil mo t reasonable term State Engineer. Slat of Florida. Book. Address
and colored) and silk Talmas Rome. August 30th. 1855.C5y Having been engaged: fur the hist eight in
3t 1, 1855 35-ly HENRT WALTER CO
August ,,
expelling Worms from Enzlwb plushed Talmaa. Mr. Ransom Cooper finned the above in mv" buiiie nt this place he thinks. it unnecessary to re- PnnU.Iert.
----- New
the Dotted and embroidered lace V"i1 preoeuce THOMAS PERRY, Pout .c JAuto- eomniend) hi-nsclf any further to the publc; ns rearihi! Leon County Iron Works, twTh.. great value of this 'Work has Orleans L.
human Rome 30th "snffi
has August 1855. time he been
": Solid plaid nnd Bareges, his nWhani but at the same-
system, fnrel : !n1 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. ciently proved by its adoption ss a text book r"
Black and col also been administeredwith Welch Silk and Ute Flannels, Awful Case of Cancer Cured. cheap prices.having rpIIIS Establishment is now in full operation. All city of New To I.

Red and yellow Flannels Tins is to certify that t Col. S. II. Harris of Crawford removed from the old stand f.ornerlvknoccn L orders will be atteodedto with promptness,and. RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE PRESS.

the most satisfactoryresults Opera FInnnels of all colors. county. came to me in the year 1851 will a Cancer "Thill'.t Rhlq""r. ho will l-o found] at lois stand corner all woik done with neatness and) dispatch. This work will be found to supply (be dealer in K

English and Erench embroidered bands, (>n bin chin, of fourteen years standing the chin-- ( Of fo)t street, where he w ill be glad, to wait All kind of work, such as Steam Work,Mill Work: qw -, wine, vinegar. Ac, with a tbt.roogb tfacLeraDd?

to various animals Lace anllilln C. Handkerchief, bone and saliral glands had nil become much on :allis, f.i"nh,. THOMAS WHITE. Gin OeiuiiKj. Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery. guide amid all the varied and intricate proeetseu

Emb'd Collar Handkerchiefs. and Un.lt'rslceY9Efnhroi.ered disf.iped: and his constitution neatly ruined.very Mr. Harris J, lS,6 -is Slufting, Pulleys, Hungers. Plough Casting Brass this business.A" 0. Picayune. cj

subject Worms. ChNnoitl and Collarettes, had been under the trc.itnu-nt f - -- --- ---- (fasting tic.; also, Sugar Kettles, of any size krptI.'OIttm.th' It were a work "f,-rerogation to praise a book

Blue brown and Veil and ( 1:1'mintnt. 77J HDS. BC( on hand. All work done in neh establishment of YUII. LacourV writing. The volume
gre en Bareges! phician: ami>ng tht'l was the great Ir. Slicpard. I .1 : before tt ii'
:i Shoulders.! will l-e done by no, with a particular regard to remarkable fur its
The LIVER for Black love Veils, of Cha'ltlol, and also, I the Dr. Mir- : completeness and the exact '
PILLS, Thread Cotton and Linen Laces, } who treated) his (dl'hrte. "-itJautr.'rnIvilng ; 2 Plain I lul"I: the strength and dmability of the work. cal directions which it gives. Old manufaetnre praeti.1 .
.IIIII'f Ic..u. Ci"l twil 10 Lt.J. Mess Pork in store and for I"lt by,' Competent Woikmeu always in readiness to put up find all of the old modes will
Cambric and edirin anJ lascrtinjs, He entirely *
the of Swi'! ( finally: went to Dr. Mar[ upersed i Xbs'
cure HOPKINS i r.u iuel'. Ac. of the old
use would
Bobinet and Laces, a!he ird, the Ihild time, and he rcfus appear as the "htm
Mmtil .lial. lrleclc. 1. 1 IPfi.l.; 48KOillH1 Terms will be liberal and all work done strictly for ill the of
folly" of the
Colored rtrinne Id t do anything l more for him. Soon after t that time presence new ones icggnted in
all BILIOUS DE- : -- -- cash, or accepted orders on some business firm in this this work. One of the
Curtain and Di,eBB Calicoes, Mr. Harris he.ud the many wonderful fLat I principal objects app art to K,
fimbro-dered:: Lace Curtains had} made: and visited me at Grifiin, as a Olr.S last *. ItOtllH'l! place. Liberal prices paid fur old Iron, Copper and tf> avoid, an far as possible the use of apparatns

RANGEMENTS, SICK HEADACHE White, b'rtck and slate: !hosiery I treating his case, and in six \.ks r'lort I A I)I ES colorel'tr;w Bonnet. UrnI. Hxptnsive (to tbe operator)appliances of any kind or i Q

White and black .ilk hosiery C/nclr e.mmelc.t was removed. and} the sore nearly healed. J Ladies colored straw trimmed Bonnets, All I letters must ba addressed (post paid) to the manufacture (If liquors &c.-A'ne Yvtk 77,,,.

&c. Li: lies and Gents black and col'd Kid Gloves, This case w.is seen and witnessed by more ." plain 4' J. M. SHINE Tallahassee, Fla. This volume contains the art(.f preparing and put

Misses colored<1 Kid Gloves, I have the Cancer now il thllfvehUllrl'lllcrls. block 4' March 11 I, 185-1. 10 tine up the whole list drinkables,from a cbow. -

Purchasersvill please Ladies and O.nto buck and Kid Gauntlets, I peon can see it L b\. calling at my iiiv.pos-of- "" black white satin" and silk lizl. U U Most -Approved Corn AII11 in Uici1Cfop ; of Otard Dopuy of the vintage 1795. to a simple pip, ]!

October 13, 1855. 41 the, in in G nffiu. This case was witnessed by (extra ) iMid economical manner of making cider ilhotlhl'pJ. '
be THOMAS Children and Misses straw 1 the most approved LANIER CORN .... by fermentation. A friend bas
particular to ask for ------------ I JONES of ( applied the .
'rifc r
M H 44 Hut. H/U MILLS for sale the Subscriber. These fur 23
Notice. Dr. J. D. MARTIN, : bl cipe converting gallous of whiskey into 40 nl
Di C. McLane's Celebrated "E.] W. WILSON For Ale by DAVID C. WILSON.October Mills have }been for some time in use through this re :Ions with tbe most satisfactory results. Th, JatUr
months after the first publication of this: notice 13. I.T.5. 41 and !lower of and eat does
SIX .F. CIIENSHAW, gioi! part Georgia give perfect quality not poosms an equal amount cfibtoxicv
undeisicrued! administrators of the estate >f -- ---- --- -
( I do certify that and others of this: Uf.ietion. grinding with ease 40 bushels and the rise ting properties to the former though the 40
VERMIFUGE andLIVER Lewis II. Brlch. deceased, will precent &11 ir account place were eye WilH""b mJlef.91 the many above stated ease, For Sale. 1:1 tie! day, with less than the ordinary gin power arplipll xas of a mucb finer color tutte aud odor.-J\'nt York
and vouchers to the Jnde! of Prolntes (.f Leon Conn ..f Sea LdsndPotfc. Set! 1 to it. The maker furnishes hand to it : Jftc/anie.
and that Mr. Han is left pcifictlv well."A. 1 BUSHELS pure n a put up
PILLS, prepared by ty and ak to be dibchargcd horn their administration !. IIATTON. J 0 0 bv S. S. KNIGHT; and! every' Ine warranted to give perfect satisfaction. This much talked (.f book is at band. It conUins

( said estate. Griffin, May, 1-i, 1S52. Feb. Iii, I 1856. 7 I Call ant. examine. them at D. LADD'S. mass (If information that in perfectly astonishiug sod a
@ JOSEPH 21, 1855. 16 could )
< AU"' rs. ------- -- April hne1Jeencquired from actual..Um'ation.
\ ,\n\\n.: { uJ.\o JAMES:II. HL\XCI f Just Received. If you wish to see ingenuity applied.look in
Dec 29. 1S55. .. To the Afflicted .of =,1 Coirditioiis.I MILES NASH & CO. Lacour a cops of
BULS. vtllow Iiis-h Potatoes. For wile bv on Liquor. Practicability appears to lave bees
---- ------- dn!' certify that I was most afflicted with
horribly 20 the of the
design author. No delays
E. S. KNIGHT.Feb. Dealers In Medicines 6tc. are
Drugs, necessary !-
SOLE PROPRIETORS PittS- a Cancer caused indfsciibable.
Notice. on my upper lip Wllicl me piiu; iisceitam the results of an application ofa _
16, 1858 1 reeipe.
__ I After tr) ing skill ofn1Iihejno.itfiahtrul TUST received from New York per bark R II. Oamf W* speak from actual observation. Phil.
1 will accounts
date t-'vit.
IX ninaths alter
it burgh, Pa. and take no U and) vouchers.to the H"n. Judie prf'3ut of 1'iob.ite ofIlainilt.oi PhyMciaiis. that I could heir (If, all, that Bacon, Bagging &c. / blc. n general assortment of articles our line, This work will revolutionize the prewntsMeol.
without. I ic'icf. I gave up case n? hopeless mid. asI such Oils of almost kind. Fluin.
C.untfor final settl ineiit of tie'! my as every Burning manufacturing' liquor*.-N u> J'tri 1I1f'old.
other, as there arc various :DI'i,1 Moat! I late of said a countJcc'aed, and c.taf..f ask I tllnIlt.c ith death st'iiin!me in thc f cu. But f.r.tOtl.l. TUST received per hite>t arrivals from New Or. White Lead, Zinc and other paints Window Glass of Lacour's book fur iu-tnictinsr in the an of making

be aJir.iiiitrators.EDWIN. for me, I heard (>f Dr.Y.. IL Miwehij's great I and New York the following articles which best fj'ialuy Puttv. Bruthen. Potash. Soda. Sparkling and bottling effervescing temperance

other preparations now to discharged as F. IMJCCOS in the treatment of this di"CI. ann) sis a last: they offer at the lowest cash prices: elatinl'o,London Mustard, French Brandy (very belt,) wines, and pure vinegar for the table bevtrnges,.hl.uJd be hquora -

WHmr.EL7.nETB revit, I placed myself under his treatment, and in one 1 15 "Casks! Raeon, 10 Bales Bagging, fIr medicinal) purposes, Spices. Pepper. Lemon Syrup. in the hands of housekeeper in the _

before the public )1 month frll the time he cnmnuned' I was pcrlectlv 20 Bl.U. Flour, 15 P*. Sea Island; do. Inks, Quinine; Peruvian Bark. Fluid Extract: Buchu. The copyrights every furLicV! or we would give nut country.readers

purporting March 9-6m AJliuitmtol/ sound, and have been soever since. :30 CoiU INpe, 10) Bbls. Whbkt\. &'.. dc, amid a general assortment of Popular Patent this morning' some of the most valuable that
to be __1._ _1851)_ n _________ ELZ.\nETJ Jr KS. 200' 11/. Twine, 10 BIAs. Mess Pork, Medicines. We keep none but the very best and ever appeared in print. How so much information
Vermifuge Bulls County Ga, May 50' Kegs Nails, 4 can
18-6. merit
Town Property for Sale. hope to your patronage.MILES be given for two dollars the most astonishing fe lull
and Liver Pills. All NASH, A CO. connected with the book.-A'.w Turk T.mt
1"HE undesigned ofT'r at private sale, the follow Horrible Cnsc of Cmiccr Cured, Newport, October 27. 1S53. -13 :March 20, 1350. IS -LACOI-R ox LIQUOR.- -This is the most complete
-- -- '-- - -
described property known as the Jra\i ii Lots, -- --- work the
BY 1)11V.. t n manufacture of that
others in MOSELEY. D. liquors we ever mtt
comparisonwith \'iz : Lnt Nos. 3. ?S. 27. :30. 48. 140. 141. 142. 143, I dn that I was I fur many r afflicted In Cleancrr/-in Hamilton Circuit Court. HidesVanted.. with ; it contains an immense number of formulas fat

44. 22fi. 227. 235 23'9.24O, 241. 12. 213, 244. 215. certify years bodily Willis \V. Burk, Complainant making e eveiyvariety
BEEF HIDES Wanted for which ofhiquors.wines.cordials.
Dr. MCLANE'S with Cancer on my Lip find Chin, I tried all theremedies I bitten
are 218. 240. 250. 252.! 253. 254. 256. 7.25R. 2GS, nil .000
r vinegar tc. The work is
wid be Also syrup
Deer subscription
I c>ml in the plan of the city ofTallalia sce. Jul.n V. and Larkin McTyer. and El'aPilcher. the
origl:11 Stephens, subscribers dealers
; and
worthless. Illlof Dr. W. R. M-xtdey"! great SUCCeSS in the and Otter skill DAVID C. WILSON are importmof
-ALSO- treatment of Cancer affections, and visited I.im at John Pilcher. Thomas I'ilciier.Viliani! Pil- Tallahassee, September 20,1855. 39 'liquors in this city. This alone woufd! speak more in
Nos. .1 G 7 in S C n' chi-r. and Nathaniel Wieker. heirs at law of James lavor of the reliability of the work than could be otherwise
The Lt 1,2,3.4, ) qr. Oiiffin, and in the cotrc of siVCk3 he ha 1 the Cancer
GENUINE McLane'sVermifuge -A L s 0- all removed. would advise all that are: afflicted Pitcher deceased, Deftndants. A. B. CLARKE said.-y.: 0. btlla

with tIle disease vi-h und have upon p.ffidavit: t.) the satisfaction( of the March 1, 1856. 9-6m
and Lots \.1 4. 12. 13. 15. 1C. 22. 23, SO, 40, -18,611] tl l.il their healthrestored. rrapp'arin
I He i i", be\ond kind of doubt, the most the di famhint": Eliza PiU-her. John Pilcher TAILOR
ul Quit
6 1. i iu the South
The above J C.unh' quarter. belongedI skilful Cancer: doctor in HlulIl1 Slat,.! Wi'.lian: Filcher and NatliauielVicker, heirs at DEALER ix READY MADE CLOTHING A>'DGEATLKMEN'S Drinking Poisonous Liquors I
Pills can now be had at property formerly Cherokee Co.Ca.; EMANUEL DO.MIXGAS.lUhF.nt.NffA Law of J.iine* Pilchrr, cI\'Celql'l. rE'si.e(1).1! the LACOUR'S PATENT IMPROVED PROCESS
to Gov. Brown. further inf tion terms, ; FURNISHING GOODS.
I : >im ;ld :
J"lr jurisdiction i.f llis Court, tovit iu the dale of G. or. Fur
} which will IKJ A. Auiaker -Dr. J. D. Martin. Griffin Ga.; Dr. J. making all kinds of
I apply Perry : Esq.
ail Jlral. TOW receiving at the well known old stand for-
respectable Drug I YIf Pwkct Harris: county, Texas; Grcer gia.It Liquors and Vinegar,
Attorney a T.tlha..ct. Bishop ii ordered that the said \i.l.r'llIbnt] : appear an 1 .lA merly occupied by Clark
Stores. CIAHLE: 1. MANNING. UaSclnhn answer the c.iid, r.llI.) on or before the first Monday!: assort merit of Superior Ready Mace Clothing.Furnishing INSTANTLY, by tbe use of Lacour's Essential
Until scld tLc for !
:1.J\projiorty hI rent. in JUlie next else the fame will be taken Pro Ce.II'1 I Goods Cloth, Cassimeres, Vestings, &c., composed -
A. P'KRllY: AHAKEH. IJr(': '| ran be Cured. These Oils are obtained by Distillation at the Chem
in of
FLEMING BRO'S fsn, Provided I this order shall be published! in come part following articles :
February. 16, 1856.. 7-tf LFTTHEI'tBLI flEA D New!plpff: within this Circuit once week for the period I Fine Black Dress Frock Coats. ical Laboratory (parish of Jt'ir rsou) of Pierre Laeour.

'I 60 WOOD ST., PITTSBURGH, PA. - -- --- ---- Iv mercy to the afllicte l ali the rttitiiile: nnd, high of four Mcnthprior to ni'l 1 ti're.J. Black and Cord Siugle Breasted Frock and Author Lacour's Chemical AlIA J' .Lneour'Clinical '-

_, Sole Proprietors.SCOVIL $25 REWARD. opiuinii I ;ltl'rlllllf DI MOSKLEY: H!a Surgennand W\YLE." BXKER. Jue.Milrhell Business Coats, Manipulations.tc.LACOUR'S Laconr on the Manufacture .f Liquors .

ANA: WAY from tho Plantation
k JIEAD, 11)\ >cr. on the i Uh D c. 1tt. his imi'atto of I wife. hcpiug at the same I time that all persons 2, IS..C. 5 Black; and Colored Cloth Overcoats, OIL OF COGNAC. convert wotntl

!n. 111. Charters. New Orleans, W EST. He is abjit' : 8 I!inch: !iwibrh'rfi.t.d) may be I bonc.'itted by it. In the -- Black Doeskin Paul spirit to a superior imitation t>f Imported Brandies,

fleneral Wholesale agent for the Soathein! States, to cs high. about 25 or 26 JE'f old. all glittciing black part ( .* year, my wif hadrvvcral: sIIialIlunpstI GEORGIA A.\D FLORIDA! Fancy and Cord Cassimere Pants viz: Otard Sarzersc, Marett Cognac J'o' ltnf'r. Srit

whom .orders mot be addressed. I eyes. lie was rai-'ed in Gadsdeti c"unty. where he make their :appearance in her lreiit ; they. eontin- Black! and Fancy Silk Vests, netee. United Vineyard Properties.Castilh.and. -

Sold br Ames
Nub t"Ca, TalLh.6see," F1.& ; J. S. ). Dnison.Qnincy the county. HP is wrll: supplied with clothing DO I diseased maW, and, very pnilful I piocured the. I'rartiring t i i Dentist do. C"i\s do. Cashmeres, Rectified flavor and a beautiful sparkling color. Common

; Gardner
& Co, Waukeenab ; Mosely A P -pc. Madioou p.iy ?20 for hisarreai and lodgmcutin any jail, or 25 the caret all itliful attention of the most TIIO LnLLE. ((;A.. and, MONTICELLO) : : -ALSOA Oil of Cognac to New York Brandy Pine Apple

Palmer fc Bro. Monticello '. Palest en. Moiiticello ; f Jr Iii! delivery to me here. skilful ph} si.iaos, she continued to grow worse and IN :MADISON, FLA., and their n. pcctive mid I I fine assortment of Sbirts.Collar. Cravats Black Brandy. common Cognac Brandy, OIL OF RYE
W. Rngf'1"S! A (X, Chattahoochee; B,ltz .ll A Widgeon JAMES: ORMOND. worse, until they the case up 1!incurable! and adjacent counties. lIe iuIeu t" any iiumln-r of Aititioial White and] Colored. Kid and Silk Gloves self adjusting changes common Reetified -

3arianna: ; Nichol.n it Zeitjler, Bainbridge! Ga.; New Port, March 1, 1656. 9Notlc :111\i c.1 aniputat i'.ui ta\f. was ahic.lly maiivofmv. Teeth, fn.m ONE to a FULL edt on the l.iteht: ''I St ick'!. Cotton and Merino[ Under-shirt. Jean. Whiskey Malt ti Monongahela Bourbon Rye WbJ81r,1..uld Virginia -

D. H. Dickinson, Baiitbndge ; E. Seixas, Tboraasville, friends to visit DR. W. R fEI.\ Griffin, (;(u improved principle! iviiisj t thf-m that beautiful lif'- Drtwl'rDro\D. F.vncy. Cotton and Lisle Thread $ OIL OF Whiskev. WbiVkev, Ac
CEDRAT chants RectifiedWbiskey
Ga. c. which I did I, and astonishing may seem. A-- hud like appt'irance Iieii approaches Nature so nearly I IIosp. White and, Colored Cambric H.'ndkereMtft.lII1of common
to old Irish Malt
February 23, IfiG. 8-1y weeks after date I will to the Judije of her entirely eiirrd wr.lun: one l/It/ "cl'c ;t nine as to challenge( detection b\ the closest oli crver. which, ate offered to the public on reasonable terms article of; Scotch Whisker, and a superiur

-------- -- ._-- --- -- -- SIX of Leon County fur Ittl'rl of :11riri.tr in poodJt'iilth !! I would ate afflicted IVon net-iiuij Dent I opt'rations on their NATURAL and warranted as good as offered in this Market. Whiskey.OIL
OF PEACH cba Virginia
Piano Fortes.Ei:7E ti-n 0:1 the estate of John W. Ar )'le. l Ir.tf t (said with Scinhu, and Cancerous affection.to \i iit the Ti-cth. and with him to perform them can by Call and examine. Peach Brady te. Oil e Peach?common and Whiskey to -
Count .Jer'Rfell B. C. LEWIS. Doctor without delay as I am salisfl.cllY experience applvinjfsoox, have I thorn done at the following prices I November, 10, 1855. 45 will convert of Ct'gnw
: are prepared to furnish Piano Aprils, 14 inilobservnti'.nthat_ he is the_ physician which will be found to be MUCH lower than lus ever common Whiskey to Apple Brandy.

trii] 'I' Furies, t-f the very lest quality, -- --. - --- -- -- in the Southern States, in the treatment of that horrible been ofTi-red in this section of country bcfi>r>. to-wit ::. r Manufactured Tobacco. OIL OF GIN'converts the poorest Whiskey to Holland -

", upon i the most l liberal Uirps. NoticeSIX ducase-Cuucer. For filling teeth with Gold F.-il. Si 00. $1 50 *2 (00 I i 1" SHALL receive some 400 Boxes various brands England Gin.Gin.Scheidam tc.LACOUR'S Schnapps, Rose Gin, Swan Gin

They are second ii-jnc iu any .country either as WILLIAM II. MITCHELL, and i2 5\ varying acconlincr to size of cavity and, i J. Mullens" Manufactured Tobacco on consignment <
to t.r price. months-afrrd1tt. we will present our accounts, M. MITCHKLL.DiiitritilirfifJ. a-iinunt inatcrml: I ttcth in .'i CONCENTRATED ACID wiIli fin
quality ole ; Extructing OFFICK,, this Boxes tbe
F again season, 100 now on way out- hours after mixed
) Hon. Jud of Probate ofInmiIhn being change fire ot good
tverv- Iu uir.cut will be warranted. &c :e W.: udiuiy, Horn', Ga. oiilv r'') cents-out of I'lliw 1.JIi.t | Merchants will do well to bear this in mind and it and gallons
County for a final settlement of the estate Vinegar twenty-five gallons of water to tlirty
MILKSNA8HACO. Gu. October 25, Ib54.O fora f-ill lower eett of teeth '
Rome rnirE or on
'ijpcr will! be f O.t lower than same quality can be )laid down
gallons of the acid
Stephen ] late of Raid County deceased, and mcst Vinegar tbat can be found ia
February 28. Itjli. 8 1'f.1 with CONTINUOUS OUMS ifJlec '.) is
riATE. ( (<<;lr I for from usual markets, tad on time to good
par the market the
nek to l/e discharged Executors of said estate. By use Lacour's Concentrated
a only 6 per tooth, nUll pc Tint: sti:f.lctiun guaranteed tie DANIEL LADD.
.A. : ? cid
Vinegar cau be made for dollar
JAMES GILL, ) B one and sixty cents
Q"l1inin..e.JUST WILLIAM I BASSET, j f .1..xtis. ALL pen"'n.that ( availing themselves iu "Those"'I iipta"Ce.desiring ,his services in any portion s-( the. I Newport. August! 4, 1855. 31Executor's per barreL

Feb. 1C, 1856. 7 of DR. MOSELEY'S services will find Iir nt FOR MAKING LIQUORS. Lacour's Oil's require
received 600 Ofstrs Slllpll Quinine, alj ive named countit's or any other section of couutiy Notice.
f Ilraild, together witli prentatiety his INFIRMARY, BROADWAY, GIUFFIN.GEORGIA. can uppli'ation by letter to ci'her: of the above .I DOrtparatiou-ouy) pouring the Oil into the Wb kiy
upon months after date I will final
In Leon Circuit Court. In present my ac and shake well The thus
Cheif.icals. AMES & LIVELY.Aprils. Equity. SIX Liquids made will IHTS
cf naiiiftd Post Oificcs otherwise
pure : ,or receive prompt at and vouchers to the Judge of Probates for
boarded at 1 JlC month fine natural full
Patients per day or per aroma-a rich oily taste-a beautiful
1856. 14 John Mai tin Ininant tcntiou.
: Ct'l] FEES, in oases, be agreed _. Leon Gounty, and apply for a final discharge from color) and fine bead. Oils
- ----- al t upon hr.re IU.I.r.- --- transparent a Lacour's
cod-i,1\7.er- ti.John taken. case will be received into this esbihljh-! the office of"Executor of W. O.Hylton. deceased. exert three distinct in
REI EII. } : lES : properties converting rom:04
Ho"gin.au P. K.Savage and his I meLt unless B believed on examination, that it cnn: WILK CALL, Efr.Dec. Whiskey to Brandy Gin.ic. The first -
HESII I 1 he cured or of relit All caSes rejected will 22. 1855. 51-6m with and subsides in the form of Floculent
Clark 6. Cv. & RusblonV.For and Boiling Baker, Tius- ndmit ]O). J. L. SEWAUD, } psr-
fale by AMES i LIVELY tee, : invariably be charged ?5, for examination and novice JUDOE LOVEThomasville} Ca. Hides tides the whole of thc g'nin oil. (Amylie Alcohol

Aprils, ItlO. 11 Complainants. All letter', to entitle them t notice, must enclose J.S.W1xx.EiQ )V The whiskey is (bus deprived of that pecujiar irrits-
appearing t te the satisfaction of the Coin, that for the of and T\rANTED in quantity for which the highest and : I
be dir ,
-- ----- -- -- -- --"- IT :"btninp" payment postage cc- W. S. DILWORTII Esq, any ting burn'ng taste, and becomes a neutral) spirit
Dl'fl'oJllt John P. K. Savage, and) his wife ted to W. T T market price will be paid in cash or groceries. the second
Olive Oil.A Maitba the limits of Florida I lELFY. M. D., C. G. FIKB, E-I.. property consists in an ocly mucilaginous
I Savage rebi.lc beyond G 001-gia. } BROOME t HEIR. taste imparted to the Liquors which renders it niello! .
SUPERIOR article for Table l1pe. Jc!t re- viz: the State of Georgia-It is ordered that Grfn. Messrs W.tt 1 J. BCDD Monticello, }.a.
1856 37
1:1.* ctived bv" AMES 4 LIVELY.ApnIS they appear and plead, answer,or demur t the Corn.plainaut's February 23, 1856. y-8, Col. E. K BLACKBURN. _.September- -.- --, and imparts ao appearance of great age ; the tbird
ia exhibited in the vinous odor
2856. 14 bill at Rules to be held in the Clerk'l office - h January 12, 1856. 2 STORING AND SHIPPING! BUSINESSAT property rich nutty
that is imparted to tie which renders distinc-
--- of this Court on the first Monday in August 1856, NEW GOODS)
BOOKS BOOKS nOOKS! NEWPORT. ion from the Genuine Brands impossible.t. .
Flower Jars. else the said Bill will be taken pro confeito a against _
them. Itis further ordered that a of this Order TOWI/E & MYERSARE r PHE undersigned still carries on the above busioeea' 3& These Oil are put up iu quart bottles. each
LARGE assortment of Flower Jars various: Sizes copy received. from New York, the Jiu bottle contains snfficit-nt Oil for making SCO gnUooaof
JUST nil its branches. Buildings well calculated) for
A be published for thiee months in some newspaper published now receiving by recent "
Books fI.e Old
f Jew
Just received aud for tale byAMES flJJI : liquor. Full and comprehensive directions aCCODlpaDY
from New despatching D. LADD
in the city of Tallahassee. \ York.zufsh- wagons.
Homstead. Mrs. Ann S.
by Stephens the bottles. Price
$2 bottl
& ionable aud well stock Newport. September 2, HlS4. 35 per *
Done and ordered at Chambers, this 14th of Delected of "
Feb and her former woik, "Fashion and Famine. The wilt
April, 1P5 1\. 14 crr: One bottle of these Oils (five in number)
'mary, 1856. Watches and Jewelry, work exhibit: unquestionable power, command of lanunge be ) and lading)
---------- ----- Blacksmithing. securely packed shipped (with 'Hill of
Groceries, Hardware, &c. J. WAYLES BAKER. Judge. Consisting of gentlemen's gold hunting )levers, ladies vigorous description, strong passion aud dramatic free of cliarge. to any part of the country upon the
February 16, 18M. Sm7TALLAHASSEE gold levers, silver lever, hunting anchor, Icpine and force. My First Season," a new novel under the THE Undersigned have formed receipt of$10 1 to tbe address of

Just recehtdfrom New York and Xew Orleans ---- juartier Watches ; Cameo, Mosaic. Coral and all gold guIse of sin autobiography. It is written with grace co-partnership for the purpose P. LACOUR New Orleans.

and Extra Family Flour, ct LVc1y" bosom pins and earrings necklaces, gold and jet cros and Ixnulv, e]>uikles with imagination and is 8u lain. of carrying on the Blacksmithing March I, l8Sti. 9-tim

SUPERFINE and Crushed Sugar, sea, bosom pins and lockets for hair and daguerreo- ed throlld fifnit, : by oiigiuality of thought aud oppression. I Business in all its various branches. Particular ,_ _.

Rio and Java Coffee. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in types; gold and hair bracelets ; a large assoi tmcnt of ''J'livtiiuii fiom the ;pn of MiiJ.ua George attention is given to Carriage and Spring Work Advances on Sea Island Cotton.
fine diamond and San'It Roie Clark" Fern's last novel. to etli- and fo I.tying Axles of all kinds of Vehicles. The
and Soda Crackers < plain, ( ruby pearl g met, ali Fanny ;
Butter DRUGS AND MEDICINES. ony x shop; in convenient to the Livery Stable of P. B. Bro- ADVNCES made on Sea Wand Cot
and White Wine } cornelian finger rings ; gentlemen's diamond(! his ; er with Ilulh Hall: "Fern Leave, and Life and LIBERAL
Cider Vinegar, Surgical Instruments, kaw and special attention given to horse shoeing.- to Charleston, by D.LADD-
and Perfumer Dlestuf sleeve buttons, plain, cameo onyx and cornelian ; a Beauties of Fauiy: Fern.: Rose Clnrk upholds the rsputation -
Starch,and Soap Rice and Snuf Windows Glass Paints, great variety of studs. fine gold, vest, fob and guard of this distinguished female novelist. It ia Farming implement of ewy description done to or New Port, N:Y.3, 1855. 44
Rough Ready Fig Tbbacao
Fine ** hell. Putty Manufactured Tobcc ihains. seals, keys,gold and siver pen and pencil cases intensely interesting and claims the attention of (the der. P. B. BROKAW
Andersons cut and chewing and Glass Ware r.teutMe and gold, silver[ and steel spectacles, gold and silver reader from beginning to end. Abbott's Napoleon, H. B. FITTS. For sale. I
Black Green Teas
Superfine South Florida Arrow Root. Fine Sap Fine Tooth, Pure Wines and Brandies thimbles. complete embellishedwith steel engravings, beginning Jan. 12, 1856. 2.ly 50 A SACKS SALT i first rate order by
Brushes, for Medicinal,purposes, the birth. LJm -- -- \J KNIGHT.
Gelatine Flavoring extracts Ac, Fine Cutlery and Gnus. with Emperor's following through NoticeIs S. S.
Paiut Brushes Fancy Articles, and Banishment HM trials' September 1 1855.
the Empire 85
;. Pickles, dried Apples Burning FluiJ. have recently received a Large and Fieihtvpply and forks in setts, carvers and steel pocket months after Hate the
They fne style is unsurpassed by any American writer.. Subscribers to Hon. Probate Court of Garden Seeds.
ALSOA of every ,variety of articles! usually! kept by cutlery, shears, scissors and razors; fLe double to Harper Magazine are solicited. The Hamilton County, to be dismissed from the administration supply) of fresh seeds from TborbonV

larze assortment af Planters stel lives. drugJist Planters and Physicians will always find arrelled laminated steel and stub twist guns, common year begins ia January with Dickens .Little Dorret." of the Estate of Jam erf S. RosS,.lat of Hamilton AFRESH per Mutie and.for sale byMcNAUOUT
shot of various
Long Handled Shovels,Nails. at this a full supply everything nee- guns, pouches patterns, fine and. Apply to McDOUGALL A HOBBY. Couuty, deceased. i ORMOND.New .

Spades steel Rakes and steel Forks, ded, and on the moa liberal terms. I common powder flk.cleaning rods, Ely's caps and February 9, I860. 6 AMOS CHESHIRE. Admfr. Port, Jan. 12, 1856. 2
Stub and twiet shot Guns. Orders from the Country promply filled and satisfaction -. wads, wad cutter materials for gunsmiths. ELIZABETH CHESHIRE Ad.nfx. -

4ALSO guaranteed with regard both t prices and quality. I Silver and Plated Ware. Notice. Feb. S, 1856. 5

An assortment of Heavy Hollow ware, .. Physician's prescription Fluid carefully Extract compounded.Also Silver table, desert and tea BJDS. silver fork soup persons having churns or demands against -- Notice.SIX -. DELS.Yellow Planting Potatoes.

Wooden Ware, Ac, tc. Eppmg's compound of Buchu. and cream ladles, butter plated ALL estate of Cornelins English, dtCenseJ.late of 2 1) Potatoes just landing in fine of

For sale by O. 4 MEGI5NISS. JAILS, 186t. 1 forks and spnl. waiters, ctr cake and fruit basceta Oadftden county are hereby notified to present them months after date shall present my accounts der, and for sale by

tea communion service administrators itc to the Honorable Judge of Probate of McNAUGHTA. ORMOND.
the authenticated
March .. 18t&. 12t et. to undersigned duly ..
Wines, Syrups, &e butter, sugar, and cream chamber and parlor within the time prescribed by law, or this notice will Hamilton County for a final settlement as administrator New Pert. Jan. 12, 18 6. Z

Sherifi's Sale first Monday in May.BYTirtneof OLD Otard Brandy Sparkling Ojder, candleatek alt clars boquet holders, card and be plead in bar oftbeir recovery. And all persons on the estate of Deunis Doughtily late of laid Groceries.

Port Old Port Juice, fower bket.ad ware. indebted to said estate are requested to make payment Oouut'. deceased, and auk to be d Kharged from said r
a' writ offi fa. issued l twt of the Madeira Cherries administration. JAMES W. GEIGER. '
Brandy Miscelaneols Articles. immediately. Sugar assorted Beans, Linseed Oil uMcNAUQHT
of Leon Conuty Court, Middle Sherry, Sardines, satchels WM H. GUNN ) Feb. 2, 18M. & COFFEE ,4to. & Ik
Ladies leticules, work boxes, Berlin AUmlr8-
Robert is
Circuit of Fl'orTda 'ht'JIt'in plaintiff pal.
Gelatine Preserved Quiness JOHN SMITH
f tk ORMOND.
Sparkling ron, and morocco port pearl coral .
and William M. Maxwell is defendant I have Flavoring Exret I Pears, beads, necklaces and cr Ce Quiucy, March 15, 1866. 11-Ww Spring and Summer Goods.' New Port Jan. 12, 1856. 2 "
and shall for sale at public cra artet bracelet .
levied upon expose outcry, Yeast ., Tamarinds, Subscriber ,.
necklaces psom pins rings, hair rriHE are now receiving their of
the Court-house do.in the city of Tallahassee, tth supply
before Spanish Olives, Spices, hat shell buffalo, india rubber Wanted Wanted X Spring and Summer goods, .
Circular Saw Mill
on tbe first Monday of May next, within legs} Sours, Corn Starch, Pickles, bu.he nYr ad I Agency. '
to-wit vory china ad wax dolls razor strop and 50 NEGRO MEN from 18 to Goods, Hardwaw, Groceries Crockery, China and ,.
the described property, : The.E | of Sanoe Salad Oil purchase likely -
fo1owi Worce.lrbire belts, cigar cases, feather dutcrs. and 1"0 Glass Ware, also an assortment Summer' Clothingall undersigned Ha 'the agency for
S pailor : of for which the in I
Township 1, Range, and money 25 years age, highest price THE -
th Levied ofSeo the of said defendant English Mltad. Capers, door bells, bobemi>a glass and cbia vases and h Cash will be paid. Apply to S. S. KNIGHT. of which they will sell at moderate prices. I Herrick't. Improved Circular Saw Mill
i! E tp property Claret, Cocoa, tets, terra cotta vases and perfume. Oi & J-.MEGI5NIS3. eonsistinz of tfirW sizes for 42, 48 and 62 or 84 UK* .
aid writ offi. fa March 12
to & LIVELT.
ad .adin centre Circulars are decidedly the best kTns .
H.T.BLOCKER, jewel cases, 'UI lamps, March 22, 1856. 12-t i Saws. These .
\ to law. 1sitSitsa1t. Shrf January 5, 185ft hades, chimneys and wicks violins aud bows,gnjta-rs, BookBinding.HA'VL. baring several improvemeata the 'Psg."orsD/, '
; }farch2I,18U. accordeoos in use. Tie coat ia about 1800, $33 U"
I flutes and other Patent
Plows I Plows! ,- tburine. claoneta the services of Bindei Circular & Upright Saws. "
e' bj.[ strings, other procured a we and 1450 for varieus sizes according to extra cCsrriae- ;

LARGE lot John MooreVPlow. No. 1.tad J, .-emery, and a general uret foe of Toys.. prepared to do all business pertainingto HOE & CO., and Welch 4 Griffetb Circular SAWS ';Ac. For further tartkulari apply to

OH A SACKS of Salt tor ae by A lauding from Mystic, and for sale by Watches and jewelry reird promptly and in theSust that department on reasonable terms.McDOTJGALL !, 44S and 52 inch sizes, on band and for : DANIEL LADD-

UliHODQKISS: ,. POOLE, *, CO.neber MoNATJGHT & ORMOND. $ manner. 1 HOBBY. .tale by D. LAD l. Newport, Fin, Kovtmter :S;, 1SW 4*

i7I.85. i'M N w Tort Jan. l; 166. S i October 20,186 42 March 1,1856 0 New f'ortNov,8,1U5.' 44 .

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