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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: May 3, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY JAMES S. JONES. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA, MAY. 3, 1856. .vm----NO. 18. ,

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TALLAHASSEE MILES$ NASH & CO. Letter from Gen. Call. liberate misrepresentation before the public t errr or Southern men to repeal tho fugitive DEDICATED tO MBS C, OF StWTOBT, '.. J: .

FRIALEALABE1IYRev. You have mado one statement and Mr. Spooner slave law, that they would select Mr. Fillmore Soft band of Frl! nd bip.Oo ;

DEALERS IN LAKE J.CKSO14 April, 1950.( has made another statement. The pub. as the frslrument' its repeal ? Mr. Fillmore !- I cull from Hfe'a Ume-hooored tbor&i. 1.,

-0-- DRUGS ; To the Editor of the Floridian df Journal: lished proceedings of the Convention, prove ,!who signed tho fugitive slave law during Her brightest, iparkliny,-diamond ores; : .
W. W. Chillers, A. HI., Principal, 3S|, FILTH them both equally crronious. And it wouldbe the highest excitement and wildest fanaticism Go I pluck from Edeo't yernal bowen :.

Mrs. H. H. Brown, Teacher of Music. MEDICINES |5 OILS I & Under the common law and usage of the quito as just and true, to say, that your of the North-Mr. Fillmore, who in tho Per loveliest, fairest, aw fetes t flower :
-1)- c. press sanctioned by public opinion, every I misrepresentation is the act of the whole midst of phrenzy and abolition madness, employed .
itizcn whoso is called in Go! bring some flashing diadem. j i :J
; propriety question, :
tT: REFER to lion. M. A. Long. Pres't. Board of T\7 OULD inform their friends} and the public. that II Southern portion of the Demociatic party, as tho military arm of tho Government
Tr ste<>8, D. C. Wilson. E!q, Gen. R A. Shine, Dr. f.f they have on Land a good sortnanl of'ncharticles : in a public print, has a right to defend himself it is: to say that tho act of Mr. Spooner was to enforce that Jaw Select him to have it All set with pearla and glittering gomt; ,:

Miles Vh, lIon. T. W. Brevard. Oov.J. E. Broome.5F" as are generally kept in their} line of business, through tbe same medium. I offer no the act, of the Northern portion of tho repealed Ridiculous foll.Could. tho To those then add a crown M bright I J'
The exercises of the Academy will commenceon and will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their', apology, then, for this communication, but American party." American have given higher evidence of At atar around the Queen of night.'I ; '
shall be reasonable. I I paj y t i
Mondav. the Ilk inst. terms claim .
April S: 1856. 14 Tallahassee, April Sth ,J853- 14. as a right that it shall have its appropriate Such i h the "more con elusive fac?'you have their loyality' to the Constitution and the A proud. a pure, a deathless nAme 1 '.1

place in your columns. produced to provo your "assumption" that the Union, and of their inflexible determinationto Replete with hon ,-fresh from Fame; J J '

DR. N. G. MCDONALD, EDWARD 31. WEST. Had you published my letter or so muchof American party "has gone, utterly gone, into continue,' and enforce that law, than by the '. A life of long unsullied bliss-" .1 -

MOXTICELLO, FLA. it as \\3S necessary to make it understood, practical abolition, and that no man, having unanimous voto with which they have nominated All peace, all love, all happin vs .
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and
Attorney Counsellor at Law you would have: saved me the trouble of a the for th"e South i ..
re'l slightest regard can act Mr. Filhnoro for the Presidency of t "
attend with assiduous all
"TILL care, cases entrusted But Twiue all into a chnplet.eren "
T T to him. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. ply. you have given only a garbled I with them." Such ia your proof, and such tho United States. And can tho South have As at Angela are in Heaven .

Office adjoining that of Col. Dilwortb. April C, 1856. 14 tract, from a single sentence, doing me injustice ; your lo( ic. You write a fable, and then you I. a higher hope, or a better pledge for the pres. Aud pure gently 1 wreath It o'er her brovr- : .1..,
March 22, 1856. 12-ly and imposing on the public credulity. :1 1I write a fiction to support your fable. But ervation of all her constitutional rights, than .. .'
Notioe. I You quoto my language thus: I voted for it your ibL i L without moral, and your fiction I will bo found, in tho-eicctlon.. of this faithful A sovereign of thb laatinj TOW. ;J \_ .
WILLIAM P. SLUSSER (the platform under the that } I I round this heart of mine -
ALL persons having claims ngainat the! late frm I ) hope something without riiorit or foundation. -' 1 and accomplished Statesman. That tlosaly i .r,

Ta,1.1.ab.a.ssce, F1.a.: Murat d White, are requested to present the I would yet bo clone to render it acceptable." .1 But, sir, I am not yet dono with ycur editorial '. If tho American platform is not all that it Where'er I am, whatever clime, 1 fe'

MANUFACTURER OF COPPER,TIN AND SHEET same to the undersigned, and all peisom indebted to I You then add, '' Now it is very well known of the 5th inst. You proceed to say, : should he, it is at least better than the Demo. Shall Friendship's tendrils ever twine )! ,.

IRON WAKE, WHOLESALE AMI RETAIL i us are requested make immcdi.it": payment.CATHARINE MU11AT. that, as affecting the intrinsic character of the "yet the delegate from Florida has preparedhis : cratic platform. If it is not all the South desired As clings the ringlets of the vine. *. i ;" Ii:."

DE-Ut ix PLAIN, F'cY'iD JAPAXXEDWARE. B. W. WHITE. platform, the something" has never trans mir.d to accept the miserable .subterfuge I it ia all that was asked by Southernmen. J. 0. H., of Newport., I''.,

Aprils, 186 14 pired. It still pre erves its original conformation (substitute I presume,) with tho nominations If moro had been asked, more would t'.. r,

Stove Head-Quarter without the addition or subtraction ofa appended in full view of threatening. and Lava been conceded. Let the responsibility A Flattering In the House. ; ; .. ,.o".

_iL_ SPLENDID assortment Cooking Parlor DB. LEWIS, letter." Here is evidence of the dexteritywith disgraceful abrogation of the 12th Section, fall then, where it is due. Let it rest on the We have no desiro to institute comparisons .. : '

z-I &JL and Wood Stores trinunad with neatness RESIDENT DENTIST. which truth can be presented, and made which contained a fair and full acknowledgement Southern members of tho Convention. Had and particularly so when comparison* .

53 and durability reduced pi ices. TALLAHASSEE, FLA. to perform all the abhorent and revolting of. of what ho subsequently demanded aud they resisted the repeal of the old platform, bring to mind humiliating defeats and crush 1.

Out Door Work. fices of original and meditated falsehood. did not tho the with disappointments. But the most charitably .
PS now inserting Artificial Teeth on the get. and adoption of new tho same ing ::0.
Roofin:;. Ornamental Front Heads. Guttering Cop- & new and improved principle with The platform preserves indeed its original When did you become go enamored of the vehement energy that they did tho resolutionto disposed of the very largo number who wit- ...!!.

per not Tin Conducting Pipes Sheet Lead, Sheet continuous gums from one side to the conformation, without the addition or sub 12th Sectton ? When did you use the spur strikeout the 12th Section, both would nessed the scenes i in tho House of Representatives I t. ;'
Zinc. Lead Pipes, Patent Cittern Pumps. Shop werk other, without seam or crack, leaving: no place for the traction of a letter." But has not "
done at short notice. something" and the lance in its defence! After it was have been defeated by tho same decisive ma yesterday, could not avoid contrasting :
of e"cry'II.riety
lodgment of food, thereby rendering them perfectly transpired to render it acceptable" ?lIi it ceased to boo Just the exultant defiant attitude which thema
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r'p-alefl-after t
contour your jority.
Cily mid Country Merchants life like, and restoring the original of the face, ,"
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Are respectfully invited to give me a call bef l e pur- so as to defy detection. He will attend to all rulla it not something" affecting" the intrinsic party become frantic with admiration of Mr. Perhaps there is no man more responsiblethan j( rity presented on the first day of the session .:I.t

cluinj: elsewhere. in Middle Florida for Full S ttti. Those wi.hing Full character of the platform, that it was construed Fillmore after he lost the Baltimore Whig myself, but I will meet my re.ponsibili.ty with the abashed and dejected look .:. .'

r N. B. All articles manufactued: from the very S4IItts can obtain all necessary information by letter. after its adoption, by tho convention, nomination in '52. And if tho 12th Section -I will vindicate truth-I will defend the which they now wear, und which is frequent :;
material and warranted durable. No other article 1 He will warrant ne'y inp-t.aocraatiilll.ction, and on a rote of 141 to 00 to And forbid
reject
best was now re-iustated like Mr. Fillmore, it northern portion of the American party" a- ly made, as was tho case yesterday, painfully :
suit the time T Cash when called ;
prices to rnis or
will offered for sale. the prohibition of north of 36 301 t .
for. slavery would be derided and denounced by you. gainst the unfounded and unjust charges conspicuous. a f '1O
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June 24. 1854. 25 Was it not something" for the Convention But the "miserable subterfuge" Ii it indeed which have been made against it. I The subject under consideration yesterday ', :l
which bad jurisdiction over it, to explain and "miserable" in estimation t Thenis tho Bill Mr.
Co-Partnership Notice. your No northern man, so far as I am advised was Deficiency Appropriation i t \
FLOYD & HOLLAND, interpret its meaning by that decisive vote, the democratic platform "miserable." How bad thing whatever to do with the details Smith, of Tennessee, having the floor. Wo ;.
any
hare this entered into a co
undersigned day
THE in theWHOLESALE Attorneys at Law. and carry o-t!; thft princif.les of nonintervention you will consider it ? Have you compared it or construction of the new platform. It was have on more than one occasion spoken of ,".'..;

& RETAIL practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle( contained in the 7th SectionV:1S? it with the platform of the democratic partyset the result of men of the District of Columbia, this gentleman's rare abilities as a speaker and't t

BUBXNESSiundcr WILL West Florida, and in the Supreme Courtof not "scmething" rendering ic i acceptable ," forth by the democratic members of Congress it came in to tho Convention formed and a debater. Never, we venture to say wee 'I'.t

DRUG : the State. Also in the District Court of the United to drive from the Convention, and exp"l from which you endorsed so fully I If you printed, and was adopted hastily, without alteration these qualities displayed to greater advantage 1-" :::

the name and style of States in the Northern District of Florida. the American party, all freesoilers, Black Republicans have not, the comparison i ii worthy of your or amendment. Every ultra north than yesterday's tiebate. The latitude allowed *: : : .
R.J. FLOYD Office ApaWbieola Fla. and Abolitionists ? In your estimation attention. Here in parallel columns when in Committee of the
they are to members '
voted
AMES & LIVELY. D. P. HOLLAND, Offige Quincy, Fla. ern man, every Black Republican against 1 t
.- Dec. n, 185$. 61 these several results may be nothing.In the American: on one side and the Democraticon it, and when they found it could not Whole, was not abused by Mr. Smith. lIe .i

THEY will be plea i&t.1) sea their friends the political philosophy of your party, th-y the other. They stand in juxtapositionand be construed, and would not be interpreted confined himself the Kansas question with ', ,.;

> and patrons at the old stand of D.H Ames DB. MILES 0. NASH may be nothing-a party which though it may be easily compared by the Convention to exclude slavery from the collateral usuea of Abolitionism and i "
i where will full and general expresses such an abhorrence of Black Republicans AMIHICAX PLATrOilU. XVJ 8Afl NCBKASKA ACT. Know Nothing-ism. He drew hurried, but .
they keep a orriu HIS riorMeioffAL services TO THE CITIZENS: orUl.L.UU..IoIID I the Territory north of 36 30, they all retired, a ;
assortment of Articles appertaining to theIr I Sb&lOUMDIXb COU.TTKT. And such appaling apprehensions' The unqualified recog | The coustitutiou and all leaving only the conservative mencfthi' northto masterly sketch of' tho rise, 'progress, and },
line of bUJ nC81. D. II. AMES of a union between the Anl'ri'an: and free. oition and maiuttuaiice of the laws of the United This sudden extinguishment of the Kansas excite '-..:
act in harmony with the South. was i
M. LIVELY. the rt-M-rvtd rights of thcStatea| which are ootk>cal-
soil seeks fusion the
of hards and
January 1. 1558. 1 with Dr. H. NibiuMneditely eastof the era, yet a several States, and thely; inapplicable, shall hare all the South required. Southern men be. went, both in and out of Congress, showing i,
OFFICE soft, and a coalition with the Van Buren democracy that the mountain bad Leaved I,.,
to bring
cultivation of harmony and!the same fuioe and effect came satisfied with the new platform, and ony i
Notice. May 1656. SdT. as abolition as it is democratic, and fraternul tfupd will be iwithio the said territory satisfied with those with whom they are asso forth mousing committee. ,

snths after SUV X. KICBAKuSOV. i. TCHI WHITAKERHICIIARDSON
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late blackest Black several States Bud to this \\ithiii the United States
on the estate of Violet Harris deceased Republican. All this maybe in the found it to give a political classification t
national conservative
only party necessary "'
will his final accounts and & Yr'IIITAKER, end. non infirferenee by except: the eight section, pure 1
of Leon County preseit nothing to nothing with ,
you your party. of the House. hundred \ '
Of the
two
United States. Tho -
vouchers to the Judge of Probate for said)County. and I CIJJI1"e* tutf qneitium of the act preparatory! to only party whose'politi 1
Receiving and Forwarding Merchants But th! interpretations given to the new plat /Af.the aduiiaaiou of Missouriiiidvitiudl and members who the, .
t'uitty-four
ask to discharged. R. ASSHINE, Adtnr.December29 appri tuining tnltly cal creed excludes from its association, all compose ;
1855. 62- m form, by the test vote I have mentioned, and : Slates and nun- into the Union, approved men who are not devoted to the Union, tho House, he read the names of one hundredand f't
the l of the freesoilors from ranks itilervnlicn each tf/ur ;Martb 6, 1820, which, bev .
expulsion our bg ot
FLA. members clear the
NEW
PORT. I Constitution and all the institutions of the twenty a majority :
MEDICAL NOTICE.0 August 4th, 1666. SI is''something" in the estimation of the American ;'rt tkt fait qf any'ing iucoouttent with the whole House who elected
other State. (principled! of non-in em'en-' country. And sooner or later the conservative were as Kno"f
pnr'ty, something In the estimation of f The recognition of the'tionby Congrttt with lathe men of all parties wil! unite with this, to Nothings, or by the. aid of Know Nothing- ; H?

BUS. GAMBLE & BETTOTf DR. R. N. GARDNER, all men who love their country*> better than ri.t ./ notice ftornJTery! io th State. ndnafurilt'tfii save oar Lapuy government and to preserveour vote|,;-The readjnjj of thcao names was fol- '1

(' their Professional Services to the Pub his professional services to the citizens party, to render it acceptable." I intend and cjligfsss1TeIiltorlee:, as recognized glorious Union. lowed l.; some ncff gcenes-member.., by f .1f\f
O lic. Fgf Office opposite the Store of Messrsllivlgkiw. OFFERS ille and surrounding country. Office' not, however, to cast rrtloc ions on the whole of th* United States, per-" y the legislation called the of 1850, Your Fellow-citizen, I dozens, TOM in their places for personal ex, i :
.Scott t Poole. removed to the resilience of llr. John R. Crump. democratic There mant-utly residing in anycominouly( com- .
[party. are gentlemen a- is here. R. K. CALL. planations. Each name as'-announced ,
ttrritory"theieof, Jrante promise measures, ,. fcern- f
5 1856. 1 uation formerly occupied by the late Dr. Jacob Elkt.
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January them the North and in the Sruth, of f
February l. 1858 7 mon; in /Arir eonititution and'by declared' inoperative ', ed to carry with it the explosive properties oft t' ,; +
the highest honor and loftiest patriotism laws, end lo regulate th'iri.nd void; it being the true bomL-shdl-tho Southern Know
KICHA&D T. BIOCIIKTT. CHARLES w. DOWR15OBIRCHETT KG Debt and out cf Debt. Nothing f : ,
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re r r - "" A. P-EllK AMAK JK, men of distinguished abilities. But it cannot d.mnt and metal of- intent and meaning of this vainly striving to ridof their Abolition .,'
& DOWNING, be denied with propriety that a larg portionof /a>.. in their (*tn ,,moaeot' not hgitlatt,ilaverytubjfft Of what a hideous progeny of ill is'debt associations, and get the Abolition Know Nothings # j :
CLUBS ATTSS5SSY ATTALLAHASSEE. LA\1t vnlv to the -into' Territory or l
ITIOMEYS AT L.WGE TS FOR the democratic north U pro anj the father I What meanness, what invasionsof '
party completely tinnn oftht Tedfral Con-I\Slat", nor to exclude it apparently ashamed of the instrumentality : ;
NO. 490, Seventh Street FLA. freeuf il and abolition. And when the conervative ititution, wth; the right(therefiom, but to leave the self respect, what cares, what double deal which had given them the seats they occupied. 1
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21, 185' 10 1
WASHINGTON CITY. Hay .- democrats, shall, at the appronching if admitsi into the U penult thereof perfectly ing How, in due season it will! carve the ,. But not one of the hundred and l

; practice before the Court of Claims and VI'S. Cincinnati Convention, have diiven off andnpt.lt' jiion uh'nerer thfy hare free toforn and regulatethe frunk, open faco into wiiuklea, how, like a twenty called in question the correctness of ,., 'I.\I
WILL claims befoie Congress and the several P. B. BdOKA from their fellowship and association requisite population their dume' tie inttitutiontf knife, it will stab the honest heart How it Mr. Smith's 't j \.
i'oi, R'jirt tentative in'in their evil way, rubjetlCflrtffus classification. f :-1 1
Departments. LIf I1Y AID Sill STIBLIS these impure elements, then the Democratic has been known to change a-goodly face into Before
80 $ : Provided; al-;onfy to the Conttitulionvtiys closing his speech, Mr. Smith show. '
Jnly2Sl85. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. party and not until then, will be as that none but those vf the United Slalfi. a misk of brass ; how with the damnedcustom" up, i in the person of his colleague, (Mr.Zollicofler /\ \
and national a* the American who ore citizens of the United of debt, has the man become the .
pure fll\rty.- ,) another phrase in the
R. H. BERRY consistency J.'I''I'd
States,under the constitution debt and ,
,milE Proprietor would in- When this shall occur, and when they Shall callous trickster A freedom of of Southern Know Ndthingism Mr. Zolli-
J. form his lends! and the and laws thereof what bo found in .:
Auctioneer and Commission he found equally devoted to tin, Union and nourMfmg sweetness may
coffer it had
that he has rebuilt his and who hare A fixed residence seems, not only voted for thtt : .
MERCHANT.TALLAHASSEE large Brick Stables public,, at the old stand anti is now the Conbtitution, equally zealous fortheir sup-, in any such territorv cold water ; what toothsomeness in dry crut; Nebraska bill, but he claimed Whig paternity 1 : .

Fla, Sept 29, 1855. 89 prepared to accommodate his friends and customers port and preservation, I can see no reason ought to participate in what ambrosial nourishment in a hard egg.- for the great principle embodied in that bill. !: : '.J
He alto ha attached t., hU Stables, a go4d Blacksmith why those two pa/ties should not be united in the formation of a con?ti Be sure of it, he who dines out of debt, lIe wont further. He stigmatized the Mia- .
ws :8. MIIaIa Shop where be will have have, dnne all kinds! ol- the holy cause ot their country.But tntioD,or in tie enactment though his meal be a biscuit and an onion, souri ; f :
Compromise and
as unjust declared t ,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist, Plantation work, Hone thoting, sod Carriage aDd work di In. yon do not hold this doctrine. In your cf laws Stote.for said Territoryor i I dines in the Apollo." And then for raiment that he could not be deterred ,by tho of i' .'1'
and with cry
NEWPORT, FLORIDA. a the patch.Tery bet maaaer promptness editorial of the 22d of March you say, "all Read, mark well, and inwardly digest -xvhat! warmth in a thread-bare: coat, "squatter sovereignty" from voting for its .ro.- ,.:
intelligent minds are forced to the conclusion, and then in all truth and sin eri.y if the tailor's receipt be iu your pocket what '
ORDERS from Physicians and Planters put up November 5, 1853. 44 them say, penl. And yet, in the face of these antecedents : ,
greatest care. by theso treacherous and significant move *( My whether the "miserable subterfuge"he Tytian purple in the faded waistcoat, the vest Mr.S. showed, from the record that : :

February 2,1S56. 8 Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, ments of this party, (the American,) that they or he not less miserable than the Democratic not owed for How glossy the well-worn hat Mr; ZoHicofler had attended thof late Phil/i.' I. .. "..::
For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. have into practical abolition Is it not national more it'cover not the aching of a debtor Next
LIFE INSURANCE. gone, utterly gone platform. more deiphia Know Nothing Convention as a dels- i: :: ,
Subscriber hai received avery and that no man having the slightest than the Democratic platform! Is the home sweets the out 'door recreation of .
"HE just American, gate, and, in that Capacity, had voted for a .
THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO
: large supply of Carriages for the South act with them.- mindful conservative of the free man. The street door falls not a 1 .
regard can it not more more resolution which denounces tho of the :
repeal J
ACCUMULATED CAPITAL......$4,000,000. and harness, which be offers knell his heart the foot the staircase
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Buggies denunciation on ; on ,
Here is a wholesale, broadside weeping, State rights, and State sovereignty !j_ More Missouri Compromise! Union. :
Washington
THIS Company issues policies on the lives of for sale on the mOlt reasonable terms. of a whole party. One might patriotic, in excluding unnaturalized foreigrn though he live on the third pair sends no .! .. !. ',:.f'i,
for one or more or for the November 18, 1854. 46
whole poi persons of life OS THE MUTUAL years SYSTEM. -- feel vexed if contempt did not rise superior erS, paupers and criminals, just landedpn our spisms through his anatomy ; at the rap" of I Important News from Nlcara ul. I. "

Dividends declared to the insured on policies issued A.L.FISHER to anger, for such unmerited and unmeasured shores, from the right of suffrage, otnpbf the his door he can crow forth, como in, and By referring to the telegraphic column it .

for life. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. censure. This is your "assumption," and highest and most important rights of the his pulse still beat healthfully, his heart sink will be seen that the steamers Empire City : :r .

PLINT FEEEMAX, Actuary.-MORRIS FRAXCLIK, Pres't TALLAHASSEK, FLA., where is the proof onrwhich it rests? You American citizen. The right of self govern not in his bowels. See him abroad. How and George Law have arrived at New York ';'

tW Applications received in Tallahassee by practice in the Courts of the Middle District have given it in the next succeeding sentence. ment-the right to vote, the proudest heritageof he returns look for look with any passenger, with highly-important intelligence from Ni- t

January 19, 1856. B. C. LEWIS. WI and in Thomas County. G a. Here it is: If additional proof is needed tho American citizen-a right purchasedby how ho saunters ; how meeting an acquaintance caragua. It would seem from the despatch- .! .
in the ), 2d immediatelyover that in this might blood and toil of fathers. Will he stands and gossips :
tr Office Capitol story we are right assumption,we the our es which we give that the vanguard of Gen. t
AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO the room ff tho Clerk of the Supreme Court. give the more conclusive fact that the Northern you impair that right? Will 'you allow the But then, this man knows not debt-debt, Walker's J Kttle army, under the command of ,4,"

CAPITAL.... .. ...... .. ...1500,000. July_31, ..1'njTt 29-ly portion of the Philadelphia Contention native born and the naturalized citizens in that casts a drug into the richest wine; that Colonel had i I
Schlessinger been
tI A.i defeated ,
T IIE undersigned Agent of the above Companywill uARNARD$ Jr" telegraphed to the Black Republican Convene Kansas, to be out numbered and controledby makes the food of the gods unwholesome: indigestible near San Joso, the capital of Costa Ilica. t ::'

receive applications for and make insurance tion, sitting at the same time, that"the American unnaturalized foreign paupers and criminals ; that sprinkles ths banquet of a The Costa Ricana had five ". '.
apintlors by! Fire on Brick and Frame Buildings, Lucullus with ashes, and drops Boot into hundred men in ;
united. Raise the that
is like to Territory
WILL COimifCB Till party no longer transported cargo tho while "
}uruiture engagement, Schlessinger'a
,Merchandize,Ac. command ,
the of debt that like the '
an Emperor
Let there be farther 1" soup ; ,
Banner. aid association
0. LEWIS. Republican : no by the "emigrant amounted to four '
January 19,1856. 3 B. 1 I BU.SINESS I hundred-a dispari.
DRUG & MEDiCINE extension cf The Americans to the A. moth makes valueless furs and velvets-inclosing 4 i : ;
layerj. are But it is urged as an objection ty, judging from the estimate heretofore
OLD'STAKD, SIGN A1 the wearer in a festering prison, (the .;
JOHN W. EVANS, t AT THB with you. merican platform, that it pledges 'the party planed the "

ATTORNEY AT LAW, This is yonr ''more conrlruite fJ't." I need only to abide by And maintain all laws until shirt of Nossus was a shirt not paid for ;) the native upon troops courage of Central and America efficiency! of ; : ,::.i.

not then examine fact lews conclusive, shall be repealed or declared unconsti debt that writes upon frescoed walls the notsufficient t
BAIMJRIDGE, OEO OF TUB MORTAR, any they to account for this the first revere 1\
YITILL pive prompt attention to all business fn and if the "mitre conclusive fact should turn tutional, and it is said that even the abolition handwriting of the attorney ; that puts a voiceof in the campaign: As might havo been 1 ;

7 V trusted to his care,in the Counties of Thomas, i out to be no J fact all, then your "assumption"is ist may stand on this platform. If he can, terror in the knocker ;; that makes the heart spected, the defeat of ex- I ;, I,

Deeatur, Baker Daugherty, Calhoun, Early and Clay. Corner of Clinton and Munro stilts. Tallahsssee. unfounded, and your facts a mere fabrica- then the leopard may lose his pots, or the quake at the haunted fireside ; debt, that invisible these Schlessi'nger, under '. .i ;
r 1 185i. 7 tf peculiar circumstances baa not
I only
February
January 19, I860. demon that walks abroad with :
I that the his color as he can a man, I
Now easily
"" tion. deny, positively deny, African change as increased confidenc ami enthutiara of
.
? LO.VG & GALBRAITH, Glass, Oils, White Lead, Ac. "Northern portion of the American party," stand on this platform and be a bad citizen.If now quickening his steps, now making him the Costa Riians, but it has drawn tho ot .' ""
look all sides like hunted beast and I I.
such and I call and maintain the fugitive on a :
TALLAHASSEE FLA. 'ever sent dispatch, on be abides by Central American :
LAW any
ATTORNEYS AT BOXES Window Qlais, assorted sizes. 100 his er States from their neut. r
1\f A. LONG & J. B. GALBRAITII have associated 200, Kegs White Lead, pure, eitra fc No. 1. you to prove that it did. The "fact" is, that Flave law, he cannot violate it-be cannot death now bringing the to unconscious face the ashly hue looks of ality slid foreed Genoral Walker into a da. 4 ;' :

1VL. therosel res in the practice of Law. They 8 barrels I.in"eed Oil, the dispatch you have quoted, was tent by break it-he cannot nullify it. If he obeys as passenger fensive attitude. Costa Rica, it is Mid will 'c" :'
will attend the Courts in the Middle Circuit, the Supreme S Lard Oil Mr. Spooner of Ohio, to the Black Republican and supports all laws until they are repealedor glancingly upon him. Poverty i is a bitter soon have nine thousand in the,field I .
men .
Courts and the District Court of the United BO Kegs Zinc Paint, Convention sitting at ritts Then declared unconstitutional, unless the laws draught yet may-and sometimes with ad
urg. which will be
States at Tallahassee. JO packages Fire-proof Paint, (bbls. and } bt>Is.) in cit vantage-be gulped down. Though the largely.increS! d'by the leiioa ; t :
Varnish (xt day it came back to Philadelphia a are vicious, he must be practically a good
starrolsTrain ,
Oil 1 1,1 bbLCopal now making throughout other of .
Office opposite the Court House. drinker mako'wry faces there after all portions \
October 28, 1854. *. If *' SniriteTurpentine in barrels and"t retailAMES" Pittbburg paper. It was read in the Conven- izen. To obey the law. so long as it' is lawis maty, Central Amer c Td meet thia: .
LIVELY. and Mr. called for of bp a wholesome bitterness in the cup. But imposing t. f
tion, Spooner was loudly all that can be rationally required any force, Gen Walker
have
3.' S. KNIGHT January S, 18M. ___ ___ but Mr. Spooner could not be found, and to one. If our nullifying friends Nortqil qd debt, however courteously it be offered, is the mand some 2,500 mo may-including at his his com lat., '- I;! ",4:
best of and belief he submissive to doljps, cup of a syren, an-1 the wine, spiced and do.
the my know'edge was South will be so as reinforcements .
A CTIONEEft& COMMISSION MERCHANT Just Received. never afterwards seen in the Convention.- will, do all that is required of them they
P'LOJU'D..L Guava and Currant Jellies Prunes, of debt, though with a flaw in his situation a ears to be a critical r
TAUiAUAUEE, "r LEMON Tbis fact was known to the whole Convention citizens on the American, Platform, and jerkin, a (
Sardine, Pickled Ojrterc, Brandy Peach loyal crack in his shoe leather and hole in his. one but !it would be appal to indulge i* t
Of :
September 1, 1865, Lemons, Oranges,Pine Apples and Gin and to hundreds of others, and this. act under tho Constitution of the United States. a !
Preserved
speculations predi unsa until
"" es. hat still the we an ia 'i
Marmalade. Lemon Raspberry in which other seemsto shall hear more of."the higher is eon of liberty, free as the sing. .
Green Gage Syrop of one man, no person And we no of '
fuller
WlLtYAM_ SCOTTMONTICELLO ger do., Strawberry do.Pine Apple do., and Ginger have been implicated, you charge to have law"-nomoreaf the nullification of the fugitive ing lark above him; but the debtor, though from receipt and more reliable iatelUgan ce :

ATTY A if LAW, da, Raspberry Vinesrar Fresh Salmon.Lobster, Haddock been tho act of the Unarthern-portion of the Slave; law-ho more-of the nullification clothed in the utmost bravery, what is he bur the seat orwar... .
\
H lGbot and fchad. Assorted Pickles, Scotch a serf .at a slave! be -.- : 1 \
holiday
FLA. American party;" although the proof to the of the Revenue law-no more of disunion pon a -to reclaimed -- ./

July SO, 1853. 20 t 1 ja. Ale.ndenrter.30,000 Havana Cllinr contrary was before you, and you saw, or and gecession. I at any Instant by hia owner, the credo The immense increase in th. ,fre't &Ai ,'t

AMES & LIVELY. might have seen, a further proof that tho northern It is further urged as an objectioJtba itor My son, if poor, seo the wine running population of Illinois, is accounted for In ti* s

WILLIAM 8. DILWOBTH.( J&aa&ry 5,1856.FRESH 1 portion of the American party, voted platform, that it gives no pledge that the spring let.thy mouth water at least a week'i" fact that there are now not. fax.from.26O, ; 1 :\
in vote" subsequently will not repeal the fugItiveSlave tool I think threadbare coat the "o ly wear, !
with the Southern portion, a American party
Attorney and Connsellor,a, Law, GARDEN SEEDS. and acknowledge. a white washed garretthe miles of rail road completed and {la muaiag' J
given, which caused every Black Re. law, and that this was the artful design I :
MONTWELLO, FLORIDA. GROWTH OF 1865. publican to retire from the Convention.- Northern men, who havo the- repeal of finest housing place for a gentleman. Do order In that Stat,. .. ; 1 1.t'

s-s RUT Saga, Flat Turnip, Cabbage, Beets, tc. Now, sir, is it not lamentable to see a public that law in contemplation. Now is there this, and flee -debt., ., So thai I thy heart be atpeace : .CtT The Denjneraey of.Nortii. Cmj :

WILL practie in the Courts of the Middle Oir- re eived, journalist, tho conservator of the public morals aty man.of any party, BO ineffably.stupid as I and the fchen'fTba confounded. Doutf-, JUT-. .otaiDmlid Cor. Brace' frt

an4THon.' : and Lotrod' Cronty, Ga : AMK3 fc & LIVELY. and the teacher of truth pTaco such a da- to 1 li8nl that if it Wire the dwign .f Nrrtk'i. leI Jet .. IL y t E
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[oriitit: & Jounr.ilTALLAHASSEE : vC'-tt.1L: t y<>n. Wo 'ivit an 1 we will iv.t do it on tl.e Fpsinfiii'ld rlntform.! (for he lele\cd thit Jiiil- tianany! othorman i'i! the Luhn.cnl'snpon Mr. Old Lino Whigs Moving. Lafer from iIcaragua.
I : e lc.v.' ut OU ill JL ( tinj 'iruv. j rd I'i'.lmore was as Ci11 1 r.n anti t-Usvcrv mnn n' raiy
-. -----w New YorfctU-lt;at.'- .LVu't tftkelt-aveof New Yt-r'n. Republiem c.-uld !be ;ire utcil.) they w-i.ld carry -. Fiili, oi' fiieiids in Connecticut to defeat Mr.Tcuceybecniisu We oh'prvo a call in the Sentinel for ameetihim .,, ARRiVAL OP TOE ISAJJEl.

: She Mitt iitj3Ir. -." : l.o voted for the Katun-* and of the oM Line Whigs of Florida, to Tim $teamihip Isabel, from Havana, for

When for the Gov.fi x-r OuUo, >mJ>iicIu confjriou.!etl, there!prevailed was a for great St.me ftrvgsle n.o-. Sheets of Indiana, the immortal Shed t tof te Nebraska Till Tl.Is; F.-.ruo Mr. I'rooks V.T* be held in thU city on the 17th inst. Tlie Chaile&ton, touched off! our bar yesterday,

SatnrJay, May 3, 1S3S.TEKCCHATIC veiUage" memory, was not ili sn.-tvd ; ono of the 111 ulo l: voted !to forU.I the j-rol.i-number oft'uB call sats in a communication and sent.up her passengers and mails for this!

: Mr. Dirtlett 'fly.. rrt'iJirt of tlie Xaiior.al Council with the of the Conv ntion but tasted city by t'e Samson.
doings bltioKof: lavi-ry North of CO 30, but is now to the editor, winch also appears in tho Sentinel
obtained .1 hosiin ) TICKET- prtitlrmon! of the South not t<> K-HTS ns veL He them all the way through. He has rr-cimly disregarding it, .13 (this extract clcaily show*. of El Xicaraqueme. of the 10th instant, which Copy

p'.oaJ American*!quentlj j-aity. anilviili Vie Inve tears conquered f>r the our union pppontnts cftl'C f as the big Hindoo of the (Order in Indiana ; Mr. B. ?ays : mFor one. sir, I havo never despaired of the gives full particulars of iho late bat le of lllva
ron OOVLpXoRMADISON i!) KcntiwVy on the JKHO pHtfonn.! flit ice h'JVfmtJiii'Jlhtt issued a manifesto, which clearly indicates, j The mil. prsct'cal! r"<":ciijcf! ; th'Mlrjrn( in Cor.-t soTvinry of the ''ld Wl.ig party. It's true its between tho Nicaraguans and Costa Ricans.

yLztru htrtlltis tettk t, conciliate j the purpose of the party in (that State, to fuse n"ctiot.t H. vht'thtr or u.-t tJ. 1'i.ite J Si( '<" scrri'or, CflhhIfl: have }t.pri broktn its forces scatter- The official account represents' the los* on

S. PERRY, cur ftifiiilt of llie A"or/V. 1' j Toucjy, eh til be rc-le"e.l l tn r >j -fnt C .ni. We think we can stanil that'platli'rra, and arc with the Black Republicans : I f.'r six jrnr ncr ; nnd "nth bi-ing ho i.aw. non of
upon i been absoibed. the
Americana by The
with the or : wounded and 17 missing. Io>s ofth&
Or ALACIU'A ( OtXTY. wiling l.i lomc anil INDIAN S rBoO.To 114 in tLe North whu) iril'tnl; th* annulment of th* ,
co
try. Apil
irons,
Gov. Cill of FioriJa! -fcon'l and icon'lttand vpouin I AHumtiTi compact can te imliferenl to Me rffc'tioti,' Democracy. But I rejoice to know, that amid Costa Ricans is not given.

,.s ti< a* i>litft>riH theJffinbns of the American Party vf Indiana : We hope to PVC Cc>nructic :t fxi-hnujTe off Touoey the fusion, confusion and ditlusion of Among the killed of the Nicaraguans

FOR COXGKD*. It \\illl he seen in tieforogoing! quotation At a tiM'cting of the Executive Committee fur M'mtfiuoil, sensiMe Amciimn. who! h<>iivr>r anli parties Unit the Old Guard have every-wbere find the name of the following officers :-.

of the State Council, held at Jndiinspolis on GEORGE S. hAWKINS Mr. Bartlett of Kentucky, who was President the -i'r. *itti'ian, in principle in u1tittii'! f, and! ini Lieut.'Morgan, Camp General,
the 2d day of April, 1S5G, after a full expression i cpirit, viMi its : ". nd'>onrHv jon 'ing hy the narrow light of M dark lantern, nor Capts. Huston and Clinton, ofthe Adjutant

OF JAfKSOX COUNTY. hf the Philadelphia Convention boldly avowed of the members upon those questions! | i>Ufh m hiTe ever ben made from tha H*v the 'nstitution -I keeping i top to the mnbie of Democracy. IlI General's office. Col. Marchado, Commander

that the new platform was such a modification that have divided and distracted the American wnfonned: wlirn R' jr.r Sherman,in I'hi'mdtl-' I arn not very much mi-taken there i is to-day of the native forces, and Lieut Stale, of the

Gea. fall's Lcittr.Wo ofthe old one, upon the subject slakery as party in other States, the committee unanimously plii.i.' in 17!$6.11 ('(Tin tl <> North to."muk them, and a full regimt-nt of us true soldiers jn Middle Inspector General's department.
Jani' Mion l ld off in tie S<>utl>
base inserted on the liitt page t?>F thiepnpir should conciliate his anti-slavery friends of adopted the following suggestions, .' lt.-o our Cf'iChr.'fl jS, thnt no Connc.'Iiiit.hould Florida as e'er wore the Whig armor, and j jmv In regard to time resultaof the battle Elyicaraquense
and earnestly request the true fiiends of Americanism advice is, thut in the ipproaching crisis
communication addressed to Kceinita 'to pi eh iff*. -fction! in ord-r to oust
n lengthy the North, and that he thought (though not to with them in the h'eld of conflict says :
co-operate carrying Tour.s-, nn I th) rror roo rrvative he i is the more I.eb.ulJ they march upon ready
us as a reply tovwr brief iiotieo in th* Mori certain,) that his party In Kentucky would out the views of the Committee : piloh in;* t>r in 1814 Toncey broke conducts, to do battle on that side uLich ia their judge Take it all in all, the conflict at Rivaacinnot

iiiin of the f>th in?*, of l.is extended account stand upon it At any rate ho was willing That, as in 1851, we *1and uncompromisingly contrut"", nnl I obligution! solemnly made io 182u audID merit duty to their country may command. but be regarded as n glorious victory.Wo .
18SO.:
of the of the Philadelphia opposed to the present national Administration Sentinel ha ye lost indeed some good and va'Unt'
proceeding to home and But Gov. Call was not Net months ago, the oraculaily -
go try. many
Iu our issue of th* 22nd of March last
and tamil to hut their deaths have been
83 a party we ready men, atoned for
: Know Nothing; Convention which appeared willing: to make the trial: ii: Honda, but | pronounced the V/liigparty "dead beyond
co-operate with any party which aims to put th"r9 wan an editorbl article dedicnted entirely in the blood of numerous sacrifices. Th/i

in: the Si-nthul I n short line: ic&: GenerCV.31 :-] vowed that he COULD NOT AND wortn xorrrox an end to its nii ruh1. to tie! Northern wing of the Know the hope of resurrection," but it seems enemy are disheartened at their defeat, ami

r.sbume? for the common: law, and the .r tNU THIS MW: I'LATKOUM." This And, farther, we regard the repeal of the Nothing party, making not the flightcpt reference that the wiiter of the above La* little faith in although they have again returned to the fielif!

Kiaoiious of pulilic opinion, raoro than belong very platform, the meaning of which cod J Missouri compron.i-o an infraction of thr to tho Southern the the pronuntiarnentos of the Know Nothing of their disaster,they are impoverished of teal
flirted faith of the nation the same thorrMle wing, contuuiing and destitute confidence. Let them
article therefore ;
We the linger
them. ,
publMi "hare
to Guard hedpclares
have been well him the The Old ,
as inlerprcfed by as
restored ; and], if Sorts to that end fail, following sentence, : organ. within the limits of Nicaragua, and they, too
of
sr. l no: :frotn: obligations arising out of he would not sanction by his approval, pre rex, to admit any Slate info the Union to1 era- ? th*' e tresel'erou} and nificnnt movAmenta of and now is the time for them to come forth Liberalism-upon the altar of Democratic
this) (the American,) that they hive <**, utterly
e
J? 0 an'.vr usages of the pros Gen. Call, a* serving yet its original conformation! ," he now tin? slavery rnadefree' by that compromise. p gone rfy. info prnoiieal afxi'itii-n. "nd thrt) n- man and do battle on that side which in their progression."

r. ]v-lcun.! represented; a pi !iiic.l patty iniho endorses and defuidr. The? fill \\hichat first 'Jtierefore, we approve of the call for aPeop'e's Imriiti the slightest rt-gard for the South, can ftct judgment duty to their country may .com- The same paper contains a letter or pro.
Convention, to be held on the 1st with them." test from the American Minister Mr. Wheel.
: Convention :it PhiluM-; !:!.". ::nd roridereds : rnand." We have not the slightest doubt but ,
Muh was hSttiT, and nauseating, was afterwards day of May: n >xt, and enrnMly call upon (the To subserve a pnrpo e the writer has embodied er, addressed t> General Mora, President of

a awoust ol'i-is otiaLl ae'i-vi ss I. I capsuled by a mere vote of the convention, Amt-rirtan party: throughout the} Stte to send thh i.-olrited: extract in his comrnunication that if the o'd! GiHrd": will take ft calm and Costa Rica. It is accompanied by affida,its

Us r>25lv ;hro-c'i ihvir ollIoLl: orz n, upon; ,vo'K-hsafed to th? (leneral :: an exi>).inati.ji! i ;u: full delegation to th-U:, Corverti'in.v : ;rnr .irtwl; survey of the fiYI-J of conflict, they j from ppvernl Americans en Ye dee.-r.ed his oi.-l action? \ I. SHEETS I i: Prea't.j which taken bv itself. n.52ht b" regarded vice oldie Transit
]lis 1 txtam. | j Compar'v'srating that
will that to their
co-.ntry": point
pfits content*, \\hereupon he i is purged of !- -e "duty
oi"coniuu.u AttietV.. W. WIUGIIT.i as applying also to the Southern wing I Iofthe number of unarmed American citizens
r.sd *la subjects
ajcits proper j'u> ojvio-ilion; ( and marvellously! becomes (the j j to H Union with th'i DerwC'atic party as theorI'y werontfack
l"r l! wLo nJ !lit Le tlhpo eu cither to criti- i 'J'iie party in Pennsylvania, a'so disregard party. Upon the prinoipjt? of "an eye d by the Costa Rican forces under
i only: notoii'iu? defender, :.t the south, of thi hope of the Union and the rights of the Mora, at Nirgin Bay. the 7th of
for md h for tooth on
-i iul in cxTci e of this j Sm- i ing contemptuously the Genernl's intprpMvlion an eye, a too a we might t April,
*: or r.i'prt.ve, : ,
!J.ermaphrod tc! pIriril: spawn. "Oh, conUtt'iiry Soalh. when nine of them were killed and several
the
vote of the Convention, have msde n retort upon the Oenornl th'it h re is evidence -
ri l.t wo wrote the brief comment: ofLieli wounded.
tit thou The following is a hit of the kill
art a ji'vvil. A j latfonn too, similar fusion to defeat the Democratic party, of the ds'xttrity,*' A?., but AS it would
ed Michael
the Central: : Long Thomas Walsh
hilteily.We
\\ : complains! ?o Musical Instruments ,-a Ud,
of Licit ti.
v.; (- entire Southern delegation, (including -
ubmit! to the intelligent reader, whether upon the Compromise question. involve a FacriS'-e of fu-If-re'jKvt, wo refrain name unknown, Thomps Harvnegan, Thomas

it uoul-1 v.tii have been more cyns ieiit I : wo pre.ume, the delegation from Hor-j Setting aside Xew Yoik, we do ro*. know from eopyi'2f tha rssimplo. We clip from a Petfr Jitjrg paper (lie following Loyd, all citizens of New York WiUon,

i ida!) in that: Convention, were distrustful and a solitary; northern Slate, iu wl.ich, the know Such portiops of Gov. Call's commu'iica- complimentary rotice of a splendid( of Easton. Pa., A. Ladd, of California, and
law and had the (General
with usr.ge, ;propriety, a-hamcd, Piflno sold ht the store of Mr. K. P. Nash in Kenon of Pa.
as was fully attested by the Virginia ,
h answered will be
hive '
be in nothing party have endorsed the nomination tion as we not ro replied -
bunt his communication to published
; move at the close of the Convention to that city. Mr. Nabh has an agency in this,
of Mr. Fillmore ; but, on the contrary, most to in a future number. Frosi the Tampa Peninsular.
Lie own party organ.We abolish h altogether. Here are the placa for the said of his choice musical in.
were a little surprised at the shlc nndr.aunr significant of them have repudiated if, and in one instance April 19, 1S5C.
rcicaiks The Festival. stiuments! warranted to please in
of %
lr.
McCurie of every particular
of thin article. We wer not Virginia, prefatory (Wisconsin,) the council have nominated A detachment dl 50 men from Cnpt.
prepared to his motion : As previrujfly indicated, a FesJival pre and.we hope our Florida friends will Kendrick's mounted Company and also
Speaker B nkg for the Presidency, ignoring a
: to meet from his pen a pioduction so .' Mr MrCune. of Virginia: said that the National pared by the memlerofthe Presbyterian patronize him. Here is the extract detachment of 50 men from Capt. Johnson's
in the m iat omphntic manner, the n<>m
imperious, uncouth and illiberal, diverted ofiJl Council hail adupud I a platform which was pRti' fitrto.ry Church, came off at the Representative Hal! Passing down Sycamore street on Saturday mounted Company, left Fort Meade, one day
neitlur to the y. ,ti, nor tothe South. h"d bee of the national Council or Convention.
Th'y
and moderation.
the elements; of charity! List, our attention was attracted to the last week for Bowlegi' territory. They are
notr a j.Jatforrn ilirh wjt *at.f'ct'.rv to b''tf in of the Cflpit'/l on t'ie evening of Wednesday
End to deeply marked with the Mipeiioiity oi C-F; *h
the rmhnal over the mental and moral man. this Convention rwpudia'e all platform The motion lengthy consecution of irrefrncnl-le l.ist. It was v ,-ll aenrfd!( } by both sexes and concord of sweet sounds, which fell most it is expected that they will occasion the Indiana -

w:-. itfcuudfd. Hiid thereupon a great scvne <>feD proofs, against soundness and nition.lity: : : ''iberally p.a.froni/ Wh.it, with the richly gratefully and soothingly? upon the ear. Coniquering some inconvenience, if they do not capture -
We certainly did not-intcnd a perversion of fusion took in the midst i'f which t
place the vote was them.
and depress usual diifidi entered the some of The detachment
prepared viands to tickle the fancy, our nee, we are
taken on the motion, 1 1ut it was impoibe] of the Know Nothing organizition Noiih
his foranyonet
the truth by our comments upon course, I store without an invitation, and were politely commanded by their Captains
respectively
<> decide whether it was adopted or rejected. The from Florida the soul of the epicnr'*, interlarded with ,
and we think if that gentleman will re\5ew Presiik.nt was uiml.le to kit, bat he thought thit i is we will remind the delegate received by Mr. Riches one' of the courteous and we hare confidence to believe (that all

our comments, he will at least modify the severity was lo -t. On the other hand, the Virginians contended upon the reliable authority of the New York occasional and creditable displays of vocal salesman: of time establishment, and a gentleman that skill and courage can accomplished, wilt

thtt it was adcptc-d. In the midst of the confu- Journal of Commerce, that, out of the States and instrumental music, rendered tho occasion well known to the book trade, as weli : be brought to bear on the fastnesses of the
he
of the sentence has pronounced ClOD, a motion was made to adjourn tine the, and it
prevailed." Pennsylvania, and Ne.tr York, (we allude one of more than ordinary interest, socially as the purchasers pianos. The instrument enemy in the endeavor to force him out to
that !have
ngaist is1*. If political events recently -
This was after the healing vote about to the non-slave-holling States,) there cannot gastronomically, and pecuniarily. We that arrested our attention proved to be one an open conflict.
transpired; indifiting! : : the rapid decaif \ of splendid finish and unequalled tone. It is Detacbmnents.cf-59 men from Capt. Spark-
which the (Jin. discourses us PO amiably, be found thirty of the Know Nothing papers congratulate the parties in interest, upon.the of-the Louie XIV full p man's ; and
his favorite: Know Nothing organization! > palteru, .seven cclave*, Company 20 men from Capt.

Lave i.icrvt"l tL.i irascihiiiiy of his usually! AInch, however fstUfcctory to him, was not in all that region, sustaining the nomination gratifying success of the experiment. double front, with richly carved scroll legs 'Hooker's Company are on their way to the

j ;i-ir-b:1.T and cliic, mid: hjLoul.-. 0 lo tLc! Virginia and: other, delegates, who of Mr. Fillmore, and th? x*r !itis.i! non-de5rij,f | Tlic Supreme-3S.TyT Conrt.j and mouldings. Its mechanical construction 'Big Cypress. They are to co-operate with
; i is the best, both in strength and finish. the regular forces, now in that vicinity under
,
':;ir< rtni-'r.f-y! were not the of that roprt-sr.tig!; the nttiit-r exiremity of t th- Pi.il'tj j very
iisJ'iiH' hTsLi possessors This tribur'.il B dtz ll chief Justice Du-
7-:: I. c-iv liurlIr-7 C.IIK'JJS j > while its musical arrangement is so perfectas Maj. Arnold a' d C.ipt. Pratt. -

: : Xcrihiin Jillles \>ho hve gone ;n.ic! =j.-ri-tr.i: ; v>hch: marked with cci.it. : dolpl.ia tioket. And vet, by the rno-j* extri-j' [out, arid Pearson associate: Justices, brought to place it second to none for power, rich- We expect to have exciting news from

over tc iLc canp of ihcauoIi'JDn cnen-y, and the jio.'iiiral' evolutions! of our dfingiiiUheucorre'pondeut. : t ordinary and criminal infatua'ion, it is contended -| thv'jr} arduous l.ib-rs to a close in this city on ness, correct: graduation and beauty of tone. that section in a short time ; it being believed

It I that: this has an.itioinl csi teu-'e It has d of and 1 by that the families of the Indiana
: !s in no tantalyzing spirit ; party Wtuiipsthy: Iv-f. As 3f-on as can be procwrd a great il power volumeyet | many are
Lotfle and therefore entitled to snutho.'ii I makes each note clear and distinct. We ad- j near the scene of the recent battle, and that
Gt-ncrr.1. priuiof: our cuilori.il cri- no fj'n.tt' njif.n iin: : authority nearerione fiuppo't.The ; d, \ ?Vii! .&.lih as itfligenre; f-.itorest! | the main of concentrated
t i vi o all who wish to see and hear one of the body warriors are
1 it 1n1, : :- : Kapiiing the fuur.dation! ) of onc: of the New York Times, rdl'.i'Iii.g' lo t'ie' inevii I lo oir> FbrM.'i!: ri-a-Jors, n synoptical stitPrn fiiif-t instruments in the city to call and gratjify for their protection. The primary object is

'si.fl itiir.s rnTec'cd in (he! irtter u'ider consider- i table aborp'ion of: thit' Northern K. X. party .to surround and them.A
':; (o tue public (ciO'lul.'tr.; r.fl oiI- 'Mt of ito points adjudicated, in erich im- their! desire. capture or exterminate .

rev t'.u- ; I W-o l fr it {the f'Xtf.T'n; ur i11)T1. TLc tnyini-l! 1, the {iinthmarr own by the black republicans s'\s :
:
poitant case.
] -r i .r.c lInt -jnitlii z v/<*uldvt h; orgnn, was nit l.-nJ Vu tlivn a-ij. "Now jiiv.i ntLat. will never, aft/ l">dy vote t-r Mr. Fi'l-n*:-md The Kno'.v > t-i'i ht-ld in this entitled, A bill to the interfer-
w1k4t'rn fl? rilF'-ciJ-iq; tlie} i.'itriniiiian.ttt'r: t'ie (icn. 1 is right to lie Convention, to con- ] that they will tikf such R c >ur' p in the \ r< -1 i I -r.l'la! <; : incetiitjj THE Jo.TSTirrnojf.: mnpt amusing scene ; prevent

tLc j.VJ.-tm. tw n.s.t.i"j"} In? ievr ruc? jlufunr.s for him, speaks of it as fol- canva j>, as will without dainsig" t<* the e i.linjesi'j* city on Saturday Lir-t WHH, froai tho accounts lalt-ly tranapire-l in the Kentucky Legi l-- -i!itur once of judges in partisan politics." The
Ils-t-13 jiictrve> 'A l* >ri.i.i.s'; : '! C'>nf r,. ai.n i hiid "f their own or."iz-i"n.i be it first
"
en .it cor- section of tii! )
priiieij bill
} have heard much of foil > declares it unlawful
t'-e prolly a a re.Tiio In the Senate the Committee Federal -
iVtr-vti-mof I IKr.i rU'Ju I 1 ? on j
J-lili.i nr a : t. r. ws : tain to defeat the scheme of the Prod! very e.ndcr : H

<.rtl.# j :r.r: !.? to rlurm a" tinhl.ln.n nt ai'l: r< :l'i''i: 'jtfj t- inti'nittmn that 1 '
JH affec's. at
; th. n.'Lht la-.o conctrnrtMi o-ir they rn tip R'publi-: Tho has mon-xvealth to participate as an officer speak
letter extent. ,
: ; : y a and 1 1i.ittiir.I party evidently collapsed resolutions, which the Hen. Jonrr P. MARTIN
w ofris >r.ul awl iijc-tlitat-rcl fiU-Lo-Kl. lli<> plit .
; .'. .! itfuiin lat uith I oan would act t" u'l
I -i-rn jirecrs itwlccd! 4'it -ii.ntil 1 (l.If.iITrat't"' !!!. : .jr.-ili'Hij to iio. | Tlie: ixpujln.itui- .. C.us-itiu that>n is we the}IIHVi" fra-' which they seek in common. The election! of thcpnst in t'iis: County. Among the long list of dele of Floyd, moved to amend by adding the following er, or committec-mnn at any political meeting

Mitlj.*it the aiiiiili 'vr s.Miicti'.a: ,,< f a l.ltr.. Hu* ., rrtvnj! 1ai't; ', dviii! au-i thi-y u-'iuiiuteii! ilil.11 j year show <*.Iu.h1.ivilv! tlmt suHi an alliance i in nntur gates appointed to attend the State Corvrcn. : Resolved, that no religions test or assemblage for political purposes, under
}.n r"t f rm1l1--g -tr-; : :n- ? I* it n--t t..rn-tL..(* "jiFf' ctiri the iu jp-j 1 H'.nii'ii1': fr re ItcJiofi to t the Pri-oideiif-v" *'i ''honltitffiM tion of the 2d of June, are recognized the shall bo required as a qualification for any the penalty of five hundred dollars for
df and that i is But the handful of National
vfltia? s the ptti'mi again, granting to
elmrfltr! : cl tho j'litfrtii! that) it wa* c'>-nruc removal from office for
whidi stand. of who are reported ,
'in 'Re names gyver* gentlemen ofHce: or place of trtut. &c., copying the
its Ji'lt-ptK-n. l iiy tli<" c uv.-nlion ou a veil*; id f 1 1 1 {ts f> Know Nothings equal soundness with}
'il f,rt.i'i the ) This quotation solves the who to as being I to the Know Nothings U- the second or any subsequent ofTence."
to f'-jcct ); : 'f IaVr)' i''rti 'i my tcry, the Democratic partyupon the Southern issue, m oppose very language of the Constitution of the
H. S'') ? Was :t not B'dKtthin.j"' f:,r the C.nfntio!) struck and! who thus without
Billy -Patterson.Thr. pugilistic ares placed as di-legr.tes nU.sd States. the vote t ken
Upon being ,
trlucli liad juriiktion over it, to explain and iaterpritl the patriot who wishes not to throw away his Morals in New Orleans.-The Delta says:

; njeaar: bj that detiaive vote, awl carry out tLc low i was inflicted by the editor of the Sentinel vote, but to make it effective in this contest, their: authority and contrary to tlitir opiiion: Mr. MARTIN called for the yeas and nays.- "The fact can no longer be disguised -we
prinnj-l** of nn-ntervention c<,ntaiii<- and if the stricken is not too badly stunned and whbe The amendment voted down by a
"' will I with the was party are living under of
terrorism arbitrary
Wu> it not sorntthin rendering it "ac- very naturally sayif vote a reign as

"f.ttblto Oriv* fr"m the Coa eutiou, em] exptl we shall expect him to strike back.It Know Nothings, my voto will bo lost They Cc!.-Bteckbura of JclTcrsen. vote, and one prominent member, bitter in and feai ful as that which characterized
from :!.t American r :irtv, all rcesoilets, Black IlcrcblitaM -
is asserted by Gen. Call, that after the his antagonism to emanating from
everything
tad Ab-Jj are in an immense minority in tho Southern the worst days of the French Republic.
When last wek the of
lie frankly admits in the foregoing construing vote of 141 to 60 rejecting and States-having earned but three States out of ticing names a Democrat, declared that he voted against Public sentiment is listless and apathetic, un-
UKBC who addressed the Convention
forbidding the prohibition of slavery north of ger.tleinaii: it because it was ungrammatical and uncouth
the whole have len and
paragraph, (and we thank him for the acknowledgment South.they no power any wherein at Madison sort of inadvertence temporarily transiently quickened
30 SO, all the free soilcrs, Black Republicans by some in eipresston." One can well imagine
the North in feeble into life
galvanic during ?
,) that the platform preserves -they are a minority we emitted that of Col. Blackburn, who, by by some and appafl.lag
and abolitionists, left the Convention.We in (the House of hav the scene when Mr. MARTIN announced that Political in,
indeed: its orignal conformation, without the Representatives-thoy j common admission m.do: as g"od, if not the atrocity. honesty is merged

addition! or subtraction of a letter," as stated join) issue with him, upon this erroneous no force in the South-and the Executive is best speech delivered on that occapion. the Know nothing Senate of Kentucky had paiti anship, and manly independence and a

allegation, and proceed to adduce theproof. voted down the Constitution of the United
them. In the election fearless denunciation
do their
by us, but contend that the platform -was construed against coming they This old war horse of Democracy is corercd ofthings by proper
Mr. Brew.ster
remained in that Convention States and informed the member
pedantic
after its adoption! by the Convention not even hope to elect their candidate-they all with always names aqg .qualities and virtues rarely
scats acquired fightii.g
over
after the
voto above recited, and in that he was not reponsible for error in -
might if I and others like me, vote with them any found the members of this commu'nity.
on a vote of 111 to 00, to reject and forbid with the forlorn hope, with patrio'ic instincts among
the Council, was the proposer of this resolve : To, the construction or uncouthness of exprcssion "
defeat the Democratic candidate .
elect
the prohibition! of slavery north of 30, 30.- Whereas, the twelfth section of f the National platform as true to his party, aa the needle to and his innocence the> _ _ _
proving by reading
Now, is the South prepared like Gov. Call, adopted in June last vas nei'hcr) proponed bj! an ab |irionist, by throwing the election into the pold Scarcity of Street Potatoes. The Central

the great and vital! question of slavery the South) nor sanctioned bv' the North ; therefore Le'' that I Iiouse of Representatives which has elected exact clause from the Constitution -
upon it Alabamitn published at Elyton has the following -
i abolition So much for the know-nothings' knowledge .
to receive and embrace a political chart which Ilognlved, Thai the said section is LercLy stricken an Speaker. Military.
from the Plt'foi in. Addison of Manatee Ila. who with of tho very instrument of'which they have paragraph :
is so enigmatical: and diilicult of correct comprehension The Democratic party is organized into a Capt. ,
On nintiiiii this wa laiil ov r utAil the organ'zatioaof constituted themselves the The Seed Lost.-The seed of sweet potatoes
especial
the flatness thereol National in SLit of the Union a small detachment of men pursued a party of guardians
as to require the C uncil be completed. party every ? is undoubtedly lost in this of the
part
to interpret its meaning. Has it conic to thi-, At a subsequent stage of the proceedings and ia ranidly gaining stre.-gth---.and if the Indian and killed several of the number during ,-- State. As far as we can hear North and

that a i political! parly of this union have a. in tho Convention, Mr. Brcuster made a disinterested patriotic men of the country, tho tatt month, has been authorized by 1 .nvnr.RFUL -I AGACITY.astonishing .- South, not one has escaped the severe freeDs -

this who care more for the Constitution than th- 1Broome to rsNo a company of volunteers -m"nitv lOb I.
Assumed the rcFpoutibility of dispensing with speech, embracing language : instances of the 01 : of the past winter. Several of our citizens

& plain and intelligible platform, to make Mr. BtEW-sTEa-That i< what we came here for, Know Nothing "crotchets on foreigners and : to be received into State service. Capt.Addbon D.) g trai.spirt-d this morning which ever last week sept to Tuscaloosa hoping to

room for one which shall be understood by our and national the thnery organization.question is the I ask only that one the that twelfth disturbs KCtion Roman Catholics," will rally to its eo.pjort, lull here a few dnys since \\ith a came to our knowledge. 1:lip Messrs. Staud, procure seed in that (art of the State, but

the masses, only as interpreted by their file fehiill be ri'jxjaled. I shah oppose any prnposi- it ia destined to use to power, hearing with it number of young men who ha\o attached I obacconists.. No. 35 Congressstreet, closed none could be found.

leaders. Is this the intrinsic alteration boas thin to s'ave off this matter. Representing the ]Wtb the Constitution, holding it above tho waves theuifolvcB to his command. Tho Governor their store last evening, leaving their favorite
and Wefct he would that there ia -
say WM something Newfoundland dog inside. This -*
*- ted of by our correspondent f That the present the twelfth section which they ifnwred. and if it was fanaticism, and setting the Union once more has also authorized (through Cu!. M. Whit opening tie store, the.tioor in, the morning hack room on .

4 {J.aiform! is ambiguous and admits a variety conflict retained with the Xoi the tli South.and We TLe t North could never not go could into stand the on th* fair huis of justice and equality.4' .- Smith, the Adjutant of Johnson's brigade,) was found to bo on fire, and the dog was la- WASHINGTONApril 26.-The Union, this

of constructions, is clwtrly establiUied this section-it was repu iinut and must be erpung And woe be to that party and faction which Col. Wiight, of Columbia county, to proceed baring with hi? fore feet and mouth trying to morning, contains tbo Douclas and Lane car, .

by thii language of the Governor, when addressing He was in"favor immediate action, and urged a direct clinging to its little party altars, shall niternpt with a detactment of 20 men to explore Levy sabduo it. A pr.il of water which stood in respondence. The concluding parsgraph of
vote.
thoroughly and ascertain the of the room had been poured down the hole.- Mr. Douglas's letter .is as follows : Col.
do down the National county cause
the Convention follows drag Democracy to its
Philadelphia as Mr. Ely did not withdraw, and when addressing The faithful animal had so
sucessfully com- Lang calls me for such of
levtl and thus the disturbances which are attributed to the upon explanation
: the Convention, spoke as follows : own ; prevent its accomplishing batted the fire as to prevent its spreading beyond *
the high and noble aims it now has in presence of Indians in the Gulf Hammock, two or three feet How my language as will removalI impntatiOflupon
GOT. Call of.Floritk apofce. He uras laboring under He thought the twelfth section was alwurb and a spot square. in
of
a Jeep affliction of the lucgs,but a deeper affliction impertinent, and that DO Northern man could stand view." and producing the greatest consternation with long tho noble fellow had stood sentinel and the integrity his action or motives,

: of the heart The moruing lowers. He was an ujK>n it No Northern State could stand upon it He the inhabitants of that region of country. fought down the advancing flames can only connection with the memorial. M/ reply i is,

ultra uniou mao, aid Lad fought the Seetiotihste at the was in favor of striking it ojt" Now, for an application of the facts be conjectured must have been several that the e are no facta,within rpj knowledge

South for Jwfcclyeara; and had fought for the Union Mr. Win. S. Earnes of Mass. did which we have here presented. It will! be '
and mouth
not retire hours. His feet
in 1612. lIe epote in dtprecatiou of the course affair Prom Central America. legs were-badly which can remove all imputation upon th*

had taken here thU week, and eoid it would not from the Convention, but acted a prominent seen that we have emasculated the statement NEW OKLBAXS, April 28.-The steamship burned, and it U learned that he js seriously fmVgrity of niV action or motives in conn .

do. There arc now .to American partiea iu this part in every stage of its proceeding, and his that upon the Convention vote" all Granada has arrived at this port. Advices injured internally by inhaling the hot air.He .- tion with that menorial."
house barriers vhich
separated bj neither
can over food and is
in
refuses much
ti Jllack Republicans left that received by her give accounts of a dreadful apparently
Lam Mix the Convention.
constituents
leap. tatitjitdtfiat amalgamation ofdiff- rebelling against nomination
We trust the sagacious and faithful The-Amount of.forged land warrants alretdjadJscovered -
riot at 1'auama the 15th inst. pain.
trent pariui cannot tate this Union, aid I have dctermiiied iflr demonstrated on Large num
Fillmore Mr. Barnes clearly in this article that
of Mr. to conciliate creature is not dangerously injured. This ii exceed million The
therefore to withdraw from Uiii CoaTeotion.He hers of Americans were killed and wounded one acres.

bad faith in God, more tiian-ia inan to rescue and their support addressed them in the following Mesrs Sheets, Ely and Earoes, and doubtless llie mails, Railroad books and baggage were the same dog which discovered the man Lai- investigation is still in progress, and addition.
rvc this lorioas Duioa. Speaking of the dirisIOD others abolitionists the ice few weeks since. Ho
pee style.He. enough all conscience all destroyed. Col. Parker H. French had ly on a is.worth al frauds
of parties ia Congress, be eaid be could cot act, are daily coming to light
and ii"ver would act with that party which elected said ho could do more for the cause ftf freedom remained and participated in the pro seized despatches sent by Lord Clarendon to his weight in gold, and may. safely be pronounced

Mr. BauV; that party supporting the gallant Fuller and for the millions of slaver, by standing by Millard ceedings, who now set at naught the flimsy the Government.of Costs Rica, promising aid the noblest of his race. o- During tha search tb "
i is the party to which I belong and I will belong to uouil'vr. Fillmore and Andrew J. Donelson. than by bolting against Walker. No fighting had taken Troy Daily Time*, April 3. instituted" by
T 'U of the Xoith are suirrnng eeverely (win and.belie'.lng that,he wa* willing to spend his strength; restraint imposed by a mere vote of the Convention place. editor of the NI wevrkvTFmes for female com

-leijcn It flj 'nce --th Pope of Rome control* your aud a* much IKCHIIS as hi* puree would allow, in carrying which Gen. Call would substitute for Cholera and fever positors. it is reported that the following dialogue
tl'vrtkins.'e of the South are rt-adjf to i-ja! you in forward these nominations to a triumphant were making.great ray. took
Nimrod
snc- bold and and can you tell me vho was the place :-
striking down thi influence. Allwenfk in rrturn is tls.. [Loud applause.] The only thing for the A- a manly unequiocal declaration ages in Nicaragua among ihe natives and Brister" Good mprnhig. Mr. Henpeck
this, T1IAT WU WILL iE blU.NT OM THE SUBJECT OF StATmr. mcrican party in In! a<:hut ftt3 to downs, to come of principles. Erastas Krockz, who figured first man ? Adam Somebody ; his father
But refute to da t hit Blur und Americana inWalker's army. Some of Walk have you got any daughters that would make
you \you bring out ncbly honorably frankly, and sustain the in that Convention Nobody ; and he never had a mother on ac
: Jtrpublieini hei fiam Oangretiito il with me. Yt>urJO nominees. He belief that if the council ratified the conspicuously and enjoying er's people had taken the Enjlijh mail from good type setter t"
"
4 1'.d! nothirf to th South ; tb. South rait yeld nominations, tod went into the Presidential I
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f Mr. Editor: Having retired at n late hour and liiw" never failed of KUCCPSS when tiitiiJ | RESIDENT Important OFFICE, TALLAIIASSE, FLA. GOODS. I NEW SPRING AND' SUMMER GOODS. ;

Improvement in Artistic
last night, aril finding mvself unable to sleep, Purchasers will be careful to ask for Pa. II' -
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JOHN .
I candle and LAKE CELEBRATED VEEXIFUGE roanutsc'urc Dentistry, PRATOKiQUS .s.I ,' _
relighted my diverted by
my JY whi' the f tee is rM>t.>red to its original contour, I
thought fur an hoar and n half by attempt FLEMiifp Bgys-of JP ttibvrg, Pa. All other Vtimifuges .) and with it the Ws of the teeth supplied *> at> MERCHANT. TAILOR, HODCKISS SCOTT bOLE

ing a "clear, direct and complete solution" of in cotnparbon, are wortlile Dr. M'Lnne't :o elude detection. Samples of this improvement may Dealer In Ready M$4Q Clethlo--i and ,

Problem No, 4, which I had noticed in genuine Vermifuge, also his Celebrated Liver I'iil (be 8eto: ; alro tempuiary sets inserted on
your "
Gcntlemeo's EXCTTA'NGE
> Furnishing Goods. Are now opening at their CASH AND l ooiis, tile largest and most
can be
paper in the afternoon. rOW hactible: Drug Stores. AW/I. 4/itUia Purcfaa -_ of "
as&ortineul
For the benefit of your youthful readers, genuine vMout the uanatuieof 11 In a few Lours, so that persons having teeth re complete

who may think that such questions must be FfRMFS'G BROS. m'ivedcan hn-e a couip'ete Miltiiitiiie immet'iatelJi.iiirmV \.
S.ld at nil of the I-t ti, txtract.!. aud a Ivico jit; '-n t-i p.tifnUn SPRING AND S'JIYIMER AND SUMMER GOODS'They
solved by Algebra! I submit the following : Drnfj Stores in Tillaha&sce ftnd! rttjird to tin* ij.an.i;i-mtiit Mid I trtatturnt: oi the SPRING
To wonls. let A II C I) bone agent in towo in tlie CLOTHS
every Smith.
save represent t'ue several investments' it the remaining! May: 3. 1856. 13lw his'i.'io.ss! \Viil jir.ict'ce in tLc piiiifip.il tiii.ji. ] AM UOT re'eii in- nn cxton i\e assortment hare ever brought to this Market, to which tht\v wish to call t t'lie atteatJon of all who* -
of
terms in e.ich: cae, and W the whole amount !i.- iu.ci-t! : the Sf it**, lit fe-i;c: c c : t the iVu'tif C1.tht.t: .i ,iere-. V. Mtu!; Diap il'Kte. White: may desire to purchase their supplies at tho LOWEST CASH P rcs.'

of the investment1 To understand the solution -i: WAITED .de I'S.iu Ctepf! Dental; Stsjjtiy, nnd llioee whhe -> 1ro' *n mid Funo\ LinensMiite an-i Fijj-jred Alur .
is lia-iy fv-r. ,... -
.wti'g| !eele- nil! of which I -
arn prepared to make
it is first to find the ratio
proposed of >. 1855. upon
each investment, or term, to. the remaining i To Sell by Subscription a Complete Ii'trr 17 sliurt!> blu r.oitiv teruis.iu the most fashionable stslt-s and on roaoii. ; T IIKIIi STOCK omlraees. as will he m-wibv n-fcien to the following Oen ral Memornnila the latest

REMOVAL andm'. tdr ir..bl t\Us..f LADIES AND fiEXFS DKESS GOODS, II0 US EH OLD COO D
H in each find OF INDIANS. _
terms ( ) case; secondly, to the OF THEIaUHLaiJ ALSOA PLANTATION GOODS :AND: WARES and GHOCL'RIES:

ratio of each term to the sum of the invest THE \Var D"|>artciuiit 1tviIg! auh.'rize-/

ments (W,) and then to find! the ratio of the ... ': rewind 1 f-'r i.vltir In j.tir, '.vh'i may b VIW5E AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF Laces. of Silk, Lace, Brra-e, Ac, all new Boots & Shoes.
1U2U-1 .rtuj i in-iiii' ) READY-MADE and in the best styf.it i>f the IM IS .r i t> pn:'- in fr (-liii T.iti-in.! 1 will CLOTHING
K'veral term-} to etich other, \yhich will be the i White and Black Silk Lasa. A Lion will be pfvuaedat to cihibi 200 pairs Boots, Shoes, Gaiter*.'
;j. i_ u.e f 'i! >'\.t pun' iuu .> t'-r 1 Liti.e: Ii.ihii'is (''thvi.di inslrti'ii in tf C&-hwei-itt FroL-k we :
put j and nerican }1nbliti.I1i4tIt.it.ntn's.
S.uk Sipiny. 5ftHe Slippers a/id
the of Brinsoan Pump, (
Delain. 'talIqua1iIit.<
answer tq question all!! times.Ladies'.
t.> the CojRi.ti. .:a.r i/Ilictrj, at i\it Dm; k-j l'. Cirt'ti! -
< Free
> ori'ort ar.d Sack \ ,
Now n.-j ) : eiz
Kcady. One vol. octavo Wrap il'Ete F.L: ; Ijiju-h; Thrt-ad, r .a tnu >a. for Ladies, Gents, CLilirrn .1
By the conditions of the problem, \ve have: J'} rs-Suu'.I.Pn-ri.l.k. i i1'or S.1 idx! n.Ti I B-i-'uifc'r3.' Alpr.cei: Sack and U'ltinc' Wl.ite Plait und Rnicl Laee.Enibroideriec; -. Dress Goods. and Servints. .. 3

e.ich.irrior iii".j. . . .?.50> to J5u0 Hrowu i'i-l 1 Furry Liocu Coats, Black ',
Ut/A x 3-13 R=J W or A R hence Illustrated with Engravings D.\p d'Et" suid : &c.Sw Upward?* of UK) ll b Dres. e Matting Oil
= $ ; W l-IUiill . . . 160 10 :li'; ) I Su.'iuni r Cirucre 1'.nttVLite wid Fancy Liu r Jnfall Black. White and Cloth, 5cc.

by extraction, | A=(J-3-43)) R=31-n2R; Including a large Colored Jfap of the Ix.y i> or ten jc.JS Iiviz. H'O' io 2HO pantVhite and ftn-py Ktir-o-iilii Vp-t, Fancy p.tid i-i. Mull Jacooe Ciruri' I Fancy qualities.Colored Silks. f>r summer 345 and 6 fjuorter White and
seat of The highest rates w ill be pujd Lr a'.l txept th Pi-in Silk Vet. SJ.irt*. C<>llr.r3, Cravats, L'nJt rihirt.i (Ui.l L'i.i'ity UJDJ-, ITils in'j, Iri-'i-it j I fVIr>icJ MlitfliI; and C :
hence, by inspection, A==4-3 of 31-172 R= War. Also, a bcauttful( Chart, drawn ly very infirm >.uJ hjf.lt.s, and iu thte ca.-i u.t less Drawers, Gloves, Ko=iurv. tc. in: an 1 Plonacing Phtiu. Pri.'NJEoibniidored wear, Grrnruliui, P.riifed S. tm, ||Oilcoti! } rlonr-nnJ tables quarter stair
Artist I [silv; Twue. (.'rade ds Park, India
31-129 R. Therefore, Wr=31-129 R x 129- an eight mun'.lm in he Crimea. than ubo\e iuJicuud. J. C. CASEY. JOHN PRAETOPvIUS. I I mini] Henftiched Lin Silk, Borage, Clinton nul -Nank & Linn and Cil cloth plain and flied

a complete nil: -li.ilie! Captain U. S. A. April 19, 18M. 16 en Cambric H'in.lkerchiefs Kmbroid Oiled Curtain,gilt cornices Curtaiufbaudd I
BEING Crapt White aid Colored Challies.Onfnndii ,
129 R iOO-r29R lii-Urj >f the
hence r
= f
by
; comparison, from iUc. Al Ft Brooke, Tampa Bay. j rcd Book Caps and Basques. **, Printed .I.iconcti. Embroidered and pins, the beia April 26!t 15 J. J73mAn ci, tr1oitcz. .t
A=31-1GO W.2nd. acdiun : horn "ye a'ita-s-pa: and jiirtici- Collars, Sleeves, dtc. Sw lus, Chintz, BriUhu.td, : ; 4 -

K-7-53 R=$ W, or =JBR : pat will-ts receive ill the scenes dcscri! ..!. l'c! i'is wuJii'g c/t- ordinance.A'l ; "AlLEY Expected to arrive. The Brie A very lanre selection of the besl t Fmicy Linens, Printed Law a\ Fan Real China Ware In-n Stnn

a sample c-'j.y ant! m niitec.) b ;( is..i Times, which will leave with despatch styles of Oouiton, Maltese, Valenrienuvs. cy Muslins and Gingham Plaid CLhia .1 -'
jbence, bj' subtraction, 3 !>-=($ w 7-53)) RS1212R = subscription book, pcjshi e jir'-p-id by ourotlvt-s. th Orltnanef nmn.d a-i Oid.r.a'tremo'e: rjfectiiM'j for the above fo't. Bin her List ti ip fi.r tbi*season Real Plait and Brussels I striped timid Plain Jae net, Cambric) Ward, Plain Glass Ware J'reuch '

Lutter conUiiiiin full Irie'qL- 11 f thettir-. tv jr iilf fir th? loin .i>r p'jfire ari.l gun>i PLuilm will do well to avail themselves of this Swiss, Tarl -ton. Nainsook Miill Coin-non Ware,Stone Ware.
B.- r4-3 |
hence, by inspection, = rf \>ii- opor- [ Lice Collirs and Setts, English. *fc
; '
agents which ,
are Jtbtm ( r r, Htcfttf (.'Sf.lif'TrU..Jn -
tunity f ;
very .HLvj inj! h>-

hupphintr to Charlfaton.JilCIIAliDsOX. ScotrJi. Iri'ih, and French Embroidered -. and Paris Muslins, India Twilled t. .
R 51-10G1L Therefore, \V=54100 j. !bishn! ; 81-212 Hen
= the most vi the jnst 15 yi-us 4 WHITAKER. CwlLu's and: Sleeves, White t Long Cloth Berlin Bunnt-t Cord, 1.

RxlOG-10GR=lGO-10GR ; hence, by when desired.satisfactory reference will always tie giveti 4. -; LlJJ'iJ; ; \ 1. lit It inlcI ly tie TnlcwLinl nnfiJ N'r-; f'qApril 19. IS.'O. JO and JH.ick Crape Chr"ntd| sec' Fine Bobinet, Silk Thulc and IHusiooSv.'Crapeij 40 dozen PucVet) Knircs. Knirrs

dJrc-MS Cf'y Council <>f2''Hi// comparison, B=3i-lGO W. 131 M. MANSFIELD rnxKaEB. the passage of this Ordintmceit shill not be lawful "Small torts," Candles,'' &c.-. Veils. line Silk.'SiIk! oucL'e8.'American. and Bolts of all kind*. Augurs.Bitt.s

:31 C x 7.6RW, ori=jC x JR; hence, May York 3, 1856.Sired, Atv fIu\'cuCoun. fur any Slave! or Sl.ivo* wtthio the Corporate liuult 1850't37.N.tvy Love Veil*. White Black and I English and French I'aiKPrints? Files, Cui&els, Draw Knives,Planes. ; .

18 of eaid City to own or po'sess in bis her, or their owi. Fancy Colored ii.,.. Embroidered t-c.tc. t Cu: i and Wrought Hinges, BlinJ

by subtraction, 3 C=(U-7-G7)R) =39GSR; Report S right, any horse, mare, gelding or mule ; nor any dray, DErABTME, } Lace do., Silk Nt-tt and Borage 1 Gents Dress Goods. Faslners. Broad 4srs, Chop A v4,

iicncc by inspection, C=4-3 of 39-208 R= oi crra UnviiOja. cart, waggon, bugtry or carnage; and it shall be the Bureau of Pi oviionsapd for do. Spring B hucesWaiters"TeaTray. '
TUST Pubh'hed, by the HOWAED ducy "f the Cit% ilnr.liall, when the feict of the own Clothing. v Fashionable White, Colored nod Plaid Linen Trace Halters and Firth i hainv
1'IiereforeV=2l>-134 R x 134 fj ASSOCIATION April 12, 1856. ) Bonnets. Drill! French Doe Skin and Black .
,
Ward
JG-131 R. Philadelphia Robe
t-r of such Books
,
a Hep >rt 0:1: Sp< rra-it'-rrbuea, liip. or poeeoiua property by any Sla! ? T I Shovels? and
131 R- 1GO-131R ; hence, by comparison, St'tnizialVeakziess, Imp teLC.., the Vuv of Onanism or or Slaves coin** to hi* knowledge, to report the saa I.>ROP03ALS, "nealcd. and endorsed "OITer for Trimmed and untrimmed of Cloth, Fancy Cauiiucrea. Black Tongs, Fenders, Fire Iron. Well

= Ma-turhation, or Self Abut-, : 1 "'h-r! l\--ant> cf to the Iiitondaut, 'w1ine duty it shall be thereupon t( Small Storea, "or Offer for Candlos," or Offer French Lace, English Straw. Blond j' Dray de Ets, superior French cl\. Wheels, Patent Sad Iroiia, AxLe

U= W-1GO W. Sexual Qrjians, with a-i u -< it f t.e! l th. Hrc-ct the City Marshall, to seize, and after tl.irtj rSalt water Soap" or "Offer for Mustard Seed. Lace, Lace and Hair, Colored Blond, Italian, Cloth, Summer Cloths, Ac.j Pullies for Windows, Such Cord ,
hence. cejitious of Qiiacke. ai-J eir ;oi< tif .l notice, to 'll .b Dlack! Pepper, Jic., a* the can may be, will be received Hair, Straw and Hair, Belgrade and Cotton and Manilla
-liJi.: D-3-37 R=JW =JD x JR ; :''u 1 1---liuce to tl.- AfH-e ys s -u< property at public auction to this Bureau j Dry Goods. Hone, Hdr,* -
ted. by GEO. IL C.\L Jl'M iCoOEOX (lie bist bit] li.r. ai d Jo pay tie proceeds t fsaii at until 8 o'clock, p. ta., on Thurs- Rutland. Lace sail Straw Hats, Shoe Nails Cotton, Wool- and ;
>
tubtraction, 3D.=(U x337)R) ; hence, by <,f the AfcOClATlOV, U i- vtgeit: Ii- u- hale uft:>'r dedai-iirii; tl.eiffiutu all costs incurred bllii \ day, I 16tb duy of May next, for furnibLing aud deliverirg. Mii-.es Trimmed'Pedal Ha's' aiBciomer. ||j Cnrtaja" Jama-k3, Tuikey Ked.iFuniiture hI Ioztarde, Curry Comb. \VnfTeIron's ;
: t (on rec'-iviupr twenty da>s notice) the United Infants Lace and Straw I Prints, Furniture Dimiti3 j
49-14S R 19-11111. tablisliel by f1eeia1 si-ituiP UJjJ aie f isiuJ tLe ut j [ Harnces, Stable Forks
t Cit
D. = l-3 of = t-iwwj; ... 1itL : poj'rlty ibto I Gar- "
pertion, : Eoibroiderjcl Ori do.
Utte- Clurfeatowu. Skirts
ick and d'atressed, alii1 I -t-ft\lH ntvyaitl; at M-ifs'ivhuii'iUfc; Tniuu ed I.Iata.Ribbon3. d len Hoes and 1Rakes Wrenches
Tiiorofore V; 49-lll R x 111-111 11ItiOlllR = duuiic D.Wa't-s. wi.ij Viru'i-nt' aiid Kp:u : EC Jio: .Lhu. New Y"ik ; a'iJ Jusport, Virgiuia, such iCi-rsetK Mf.r*>*-n. Li-'h Linen Lin | 5.i (
= A copy of tLi- R1i.rt will SLC.2. further Orrf :W, That if upon th. Trimmings ; w?, Haf'-hets. llamm r.. Bmcaiid '
te
D 49- by tuuil (iu a sealed I'ELK Si.-it itizurt of any pn-pTlv f.'Lat in the >s-is-. of (1UaUtti4vflI..(/ of the f ''iLiwiuj rticlesexpectiig( the ,tnTable Dama-k, D.unask IoylitiJ1! Bit:; Spirit Levels, Stock njJ
hence, by comparison, = tmvl-'jje ) I-F CHAi.K pi >a : &c.A Lace ) (
; th ( : ,' ., '.tt water Bonp and the nilles, for each of which : Minqueto Nttts. c"mnion da i
*? rec.-ipt of Two STAVPS f.r JIT*'. t' 'o-viuT-i ip of u}.! h i is prciht it-.f bv thi Dies.
|> *ta7 Auiies> :.iate pn>(Ki uLi and cuntrr.cti will be niaile nice assortment of Rich Bon- I Tidies. Toilet! Cover. Table Stand! -
4 GEO. i:. CALHOUN foregoing section, white f4.ill ) ns -ALSO
Ko. nny ----
2. S uth Mjtii person interpose a ,
> Jst, PLila Lay Le rcq ji'eJ t r ordeifed fioiu the Coutin'tor lit t anti Sh: Ribbons, "f the ,-and ['latin Cs'vers, Furniture -Fringe.| %
.
by very
delpliin. Pu.UaySJ ,
:
31 ICO W13 511(30W --I L:* ? ic | ? &t -d, Ulll cli-U: t-tdll Uria Fan Corn
A HJ1W
Result : = = 'lie tl ifff ihij bi-rcuu, or by the j'tctive newest ,tyes! a huge oillcdiou of arid Lii'-es. iliac Linoii, Ui'd Eye Stellars, Straw ,
comniau -
.
i
> L j.I! uch eljiii'ant
1S56.; IS <- :n >< i <> : sb -20-100W : D=J9-1GOW ; hence, tin -'v-. r *'- !h... <'r s1 IH ili- b '/ '! -,f.n i T.er rhir--"! lu.rf fii-tis of tl e s-ij! u-iv\-yirii: : duiirg the f.iiliion.ible Sj:rr.ig and Summer: Din per. Liupnnnd Cotton iweliug. nn-1 s S ad Scnop, Ames ShovIs -
cnl \ toil.'u: 3tth bleached and |> ** Rail Road and Gar-
t&r fJuoe Shirtings Sheetings
-, lN viz tils.
>7, : Triranuiuis, uu iisaoitruent rf
numbers 31, 51, 2G .and 40 represent tinBv'veral 1;C ji i.t. and that the same. is not owned by the Slave or Slaves ;.-if.al nH'.< lu.au lulber Ci-u.L'9, cnuisc, India rub- | Taif Satin and Cap Ribb<* Coid Li at n Sheeting, Pillnw Cns CotJj Jj l len Wheel Jiirrow! Seed DriJK

'" ,4 S we are aaxi<> tu .u \\j'- j.u. > '.j(! it *uo 4-ji.r 1'; o: j.it.i c ii : .i -. : : ; LOll and Linen, Bleached Jenno. -icy the,', Sickles, J3n in Crad't
investments of% the four gentlemen. us co-e our bnes. we woid! -litli litr. .i -i eij.iv i/ her and Tiisso'', Elastic; Bt-tt. Head | 4 ,
Iii rit5.t f .
;: < iv h.rttln
2.JL ifqupat all th ise in.::< b ed to tii* Sruis of Ta.v tFrn- pr < p- ;! .v v-.. <-r'r>C'iu5 Coiijb! fine LrJia i-ubl-er Dresses, Embroidering Silk, French Apron CUck white and Brm'vi't imitLs Btliows, Anvil nnd Vices'kifles -
Proof :31 3-43 ((54 x 2G 4'9))= 160=40. H. CnchJow r ci-rnp. tent tvi-i 'ijCi : :ui.i i 11 ujKin i'.TtsticHtiH I ami Sliot Guns aul
t -
: x Bo and CiiolJi! Fi-her < l tl.e
5i53(31 x 26 x 49))=J 160=4O.q call mill fettle thiir aoo.>jirts, iru.utdij'ply. citht-r In th t.pn..ir; to but: riC.i'>ii of t'tu IrtuJ.ii : c.hts: J.ck L..ive-s Fru.ch F'ow'rs, Juts, WiuatLi, t. u" Flinnt-N, Brown DnlU nnd Do )u i-f Wrought aiid,Cut Nails, Hot 1
t it. MUM ci situ of' rUrl.l H I tn rv-.j.- *li .
cash or by note, or they will be placed iu the Lun.iV B rp niirt-ly *, navy vea i Ki-ura, in _.. ._ eao Tubs, Jt2. ,;,i. .' ,tB! I Tickiiiir. Twilled Ejg-j. I W f,Jkc.Villoiv C
26 K 7-67 ((31: x 54 x 49))= 160= 10. of an attorney fur C"llfction.CKICJ1LOU'. ''.p..rt'i'i ti.i-i! Or IJUIKV, tli") part .'o oJetiill;,? vii.i.; \Il :tUu>* tuvyn.rc.iutn liax.'ii ?, Ord\.a'd? -! b'g, I i.jpther with over \ Ware Notions
Je-eJ adi tjlur f strtps Fana &
rjc = : :;J.nptilPM. pfaee .vi-1 lwl-! !> Parasols, .C. \ ,
4: 49_3-37 ((31 x 54 x 2n<;)=J160=40. FISHER 4 CO. to a n' ie <.f! u it ln .in *'I H'. nor mi-re iLan J5i', i.: i:a'iiuiiHv> cit S/is 'irjrJuttor A : 500 Pieces &c. t ,
May S, 1856. 16Administrator's ?, n d-eje Spiouji very prr-tty selection of fans I
Although not deferred until the first ol __ __ the di-icrtlii-n of th> latpnd.int.SEC. i i .Cui'X,: L<'Xet. ofI Par.tsoU"Sun Shadi amid Urutrsrl f-rr.rriean attj l'aeicli C.n'oa1et. Shell Ivory timid Horn Cmts .
S. Le it fui ('i. r Oidnnnl That from and a'- CarnicUecru', and slnjx.'ii; ()- \jPLiri ;i-ii.Lt of lui kilt-Is, LuvtonIPS. 4
it is hoped that this solution, ?Totce.? I if es>ws*, in !lh. cakes L* j i
June next, pure U Port
M"iiit.
>let the fxpin-tiju of four weeks from the public&iioc of na1rS: and Domestic. LiumDiilU t Paint Bru Les
given iu pure fractions and concrete numbers .1.N TOTICE is hereby pven.tfcst the nndprei npi wi!' this Onliiiaifc it sljill not th- lawful f.-r any S'ave or t't'tt--u!, .spo.1 cf Nt-s. 12 uaJ 16, 200 yards each, 8conJj. Gloves, Hose, &c. I ILaJiuj antUcktte., F 1''ly Br;:-hes. Cologne. Extracts. anJ> 1

will be acceptable. at the expiration of six months! file his .vomit-r S'avcs! to i ccnpy any d t.liiri hou-H.1 or bnildice, ex- IIiiii'lkercLjc-fk! trqj&l parts and Gents Kid, Silk and j F'.iiiey S"iip and OiU! Ruling Piiu.
and a >ply for A fii &i c.-ttn, fast Colors, 82 bv 40 inches, Clothin S;tenk SInllets
Put to COIBCHM. dn-'l'srye from the ad-uiiiitiu tvpt i' h-rfi.nfcr puvidiJ. ti'ustc upon any let or1ruwitfiiri Linen Gloves, Gauntlet, Silk Mittut. lee Cream Freezers
tiou of the w -i-l.t; not lti tLau 2 ci. taoh, tcxt'ire 8 G
estate A'.itlit-n: Holt. JitH.'eiL : the c.pte limits of tlm City, arartordet inch by to Ladies Black aid White Silk Hose, Ocrtlemen .wiaLiu .to fumlh C;actors, Lemon q-1eezers. Fancy
29th AprilMARIETTA i
Tallahassee, PATSICK SiirTfr A.rtv ;irfc i: fioiii, f! J oot cn'wi"ia arid a.lj.ic..it ti.Pr : Ladies GfeuU slid Children W LiteP..uck tbeCite1eS with seasonable Coats, 3 asketa. Painted PaiU. Kcelaraubs \
May S.I856. New s, sowing, Noa. 1, 8, 8, and 4, drill-eyed be- \V.-11
13 ; ((-CUj( it-d by sur.ia white j iwris orer the twens :: and Colored Ci-tton do.. Punts and Vesta, can eplect from a Bu-kets. CLildrensVn-

Ua., April 20, 1856. --- >vpo <>f *Mztt'eu, ei'1.'r wbi se control, management and Ril.W the. be" MUses Open Work do, Ladies and stock containing! over 700 Garment! ans a'I;! Gig, Tin Chamber Sett*.
> t Frttici black 12
n. to the
Mr. ];dilor:-Will you be so kind aa to FRESH G'OCC7'E3L direction, t"jrh Sijvei pJiftll iu ull! such cist? Le : rio width, 1 inch yard jieoe, Gouts Silk atrl ilcrino Shirts Ladies all new and of the latest sty les-- ame Basjs. Coci a Dippers Tt>w il ,,'

PER "AS *d.d. fievnl>(It$' ; Tlrit the provibi.ra of tuis oruitl.f spun Silk Drawers, Black and Also Linen B'tsoru Shirts, UnderP''t lands, Umbrella stands. CLildVptj
for the A FISH. Soap, jlisvlnjj. m cakfs ehch cake not less than -
allow a short space in your columns O A nanct nl'iI nut I.e w cotetrucdat, ti prevent any own- Silk ; 2 oz Fancy Cravats. Stocks and Ties do., Drawers, Coll.irV.ic. 'C llnirs. Tooth Brubes. Steel Pen*.
SACKS Rio Cofle'. .r of bi.iidnja wtinin tLb City from 1Lc-ii Ut ewdtirir swioc, blue-black ; rapptr not to excued 1 oz, Cents Linen and Silk Pocket Hand Hats. i i,rer TLirnbleB, Gun Capa, Letter
jfollowing probl m. tj2o ooxi-s AJ .to tLe! pound .
rm.tirw I
i Ca9'lIes
id !
hia h'r &JseHe kerchiefs. r .
Foolscap
Paper
I have a piece of land in the form of atrspezoid. 10 M btt Sjjanirh SeZitr.4, ci.some, nwii scrvanta a servant uot tt or esc Srvaot< td two toJntnntct in Thread. I'ack! and white Manhnll'a best qnality ,1 lO Dorcn Men's anl; BoyVIIats.fB.l igs. Brittuuci Coffee( Put Travellim-g, Lsrjts a,. ,

10 Bbk Cnibhed Su ar, Tape, white 1ine n, 4 yatb iu f&nth< \ itch w ido Mantles.We Fasl.icnable Silk, Legho, Puna ilt Frame
aides each uui..biT in the care of tlir ir Looking GKssti. Ej
:
couth bcirg sod |
err.pf
north and man ;
The
5 DiieJ Api1i-| wife and kavi.gv'trng children of a je inauJSeieut: fo Tape black, twllLod cuttun, 6 yaida in length, inch hare upwards of 100 Beautiful ma, Etitli-4i. Stiaw, Canadian, [t- *
meet the east side at right angles, and the 10 Basket 11e.'ick 01 ampaicrne, )Lire anl -elin 'heir parentt' pn-tectioa TLimbl wide Mantillas, Talmai and Scr.rfj, Plain and Fancy Palm Leaf t Japaned Batbi, ic, tc. T'i '
ALSO *, 8-10 and 9-10 diameter. i
-
west side obliquely. The dimensions as follows Apple and Peach Brandy Hun Sro. 4. Le itjutihcr O.J 'infL TJ.at on the eipirati"fi -*. _
Port Wino. an-l
of the ttuie !> in the
and south sides ISO rods Msrwchiuo. for sIe by E. H. BEKHY. JTI-CU fcrejj'jiug beatuin WHITE SALT WATT SOAF-tfparate bid/or 100,000pound
The east it skill be th of the
Mareh.iii
: duty City ; to' give' notice S

each. The north side 110 rods. And the May 8. 1656. 18 i in writing to the own. or ow ntor to the a.r tor Tlie*.soap mast he manufactured from cocoa-nut (Dur:) ( r fttI) pfjiiirintfBlt t

The agents, of the owner or owufrs of urh Save!
Longest Pole Knocks or oil arid be of the best
denominated
rods I wish to divide it into Down the qmlity white .
went side 100 Sif; e M are found livinc utx-n or occupying lot -
line sterling at the middle ci- or lots vitJiin the corporate 1)Rie ol thw City any contra saltwater0hj>, and be'delivered on sixty dajs' notice IS at nl! tlniea well supplied with Fresh Groceries which we will sell at priors M low M the Ttrc s will;

two equal parts by a CALL AND rr to. tie prt.Yi.boO* of the f.-rmmufz MfCti.flt4 reqjirir.g in good ftrons; boxes of about 76 pounds each, admit. We have now ir Store, a large lot of Java and Rk CofftePuwdeied, CnifheiL L& if ClarifiaJ and

of the cast side and desire to'know( at PRICE: OUR GOOD BZr GEE swh owier or owners or their agent or agents to and, after ia'pectioo, the boxes must be Looped at Brown Sugar Black and Green Tean-. Spices tt mall ku.s. SsLermitus.: Super Carbonate of r Soda,Sperw.

the west side.I YOU PURCHASE. etuwt !l Ie ujit. ral ffouch s;avts ti.t-rcfroin within tteh eod, all the expense of the contractor. The price Adamantine, Star and Wax Candle ;; Fancy and ( omn&.oD SuapFic-kled Salmon, Sirdines Shail. Candies arid '

what point it will meet I ten days from the date of w>ch notice ; and if up<-n to be uniform at all the yards. Nuts of all kinds, Crackers. Walnut ad1\'mato. Catsup, Pepper Sauce, Capers, PicealiliMixed .es.n". i- 1

hope that some one of your subscribers pronfo.feUnh notire it elmll also be made to ILsh and French Muslnrd, Durkees Teaat Powder, Preserved Quinces and Tamarind Currant. Apple aiTtl

mathematical CHEAP (iASJISTORE. any jicrct-o having the cxuti"] <.{ su b app'arthat Sbha ,.- i CANDLES-trparate bid far 60.000 pounds. Quince Jelly. Cocoa, Broma. Corn Starch. Chocolate, Pine Apple Cheese, Starcji, Potash, White Bear.d 4
acknowledged a
who can boast of an rc "u>e lo remove tlieio, or SL !.T tlit-m to contir.ue .-i The can-lie1* muot be American manufactured of Drieil Beef, Bx'ef Tongue, White Wine Vinegar. Apple Vinegar, Rie Fire Proof Paint, Chrome Green ColPH [

genius will solve this problem and that -- in the me aitd oceu'ariey of any !lftorI lot. asaf'sr'- pnme l>-uf ]bird stearioe, nix candles to the pound.S Varnish, White Lead. Putty, Bojled Linseed Oil, Beet Sperm do. Ljud do., Cauaphtne amid> Burning*Flu- ,

3t1.tit ce1'zrociPER s-fij s.irh Jtr-n'Ii frliKil bf lubl-.i p y a fine of JlO. 1-10 iuch* in length ejctlufive (f tip. nix' candle lola, Powder and Shot, Snuff, Sarsapaiilla, Raspberry.and Lemon Syiup. Stumt'a Best Syrup, New Oilcans t '
next
its an wer will spjKjar in your colby.- for ;v -r7 nuntj} Biith 'ittvcr SltXt,'are j.llov-d orurfeied No. 1, WKi'hno lt-6S th\n 14 ounr4* 87-100 ; melt ill). Peaches, Whortleberrrie, Blackberric-s Tomatoes, Horse Radish, Superior Cigars, Choice Chewing and

The surveyor of a certain county in this to lxft'i i Ct-iitiijue irk the occLp-.r.rv of any ut; piiit D"t to J e less than 140 decroen FarenbeitTt.e Smnnlitig Tobacco, dc., & .. e. i

to solve MUGS REXIXGTOX AND MYSTJ&UROM lot or lot* e-inUwry to th5 5 rtnt'.oe t-1 th.a; OriiitiM.c- wick ir.urt be braided and ct mn.*eJ of 78 Cutton With many thanks to the Public fcr their kid: aaJ Jberal pa'.ronege, we earnestly iclicit aa. ezaminatico

State was non-plussed in attempting New York 1ire Sr; L. Ail O..Ln.jr.Ci.rf uid: L-HH of Oiuir.accervi'ia '{.rcf.dd of the bet quality c f No. 2ivarn. The can- tnf our present stock. '
SOLON. a *jrf'nrat of Stnple dlts to lie -ivfred! on fixty (laysflctiCe.rn&ood U>x- Talitl.aseeMareh: 22, 1856. 12 HODGKISS. '
it U} i tlud SCOTT POOLK .
cut e r.Vwd..io ol
iDry Go corsi.-Ung in of n
part RS fallows h-d. "a. coiitAiniti hV>out ?0 pounds each, and the box to ,
205 ps. P.mJs, fioia 6J M 15 p'a -- ---- ---
cU. f er vard BK.anJ .. r>u murkt'd with the coutr and the
; ctor.s name weight I
FaMed in Council 14th 1656.y i
Bleeched April Tallahassee Rail Road Bonds.
There is a tolerable prospect that in the Sl.wtnijjg to i SLirisn from -'J tn 2)cU. of the caudle Late Arrivals of

mountains of Virginia there will remain snow Bleached. per yd JtaLS; Inh Litcns. Lin CLed n Shet-tir *. Urn. ani J *>"t-CnxiLZs HoTCOfrviv.l-.i rKH.Clt-ik.IntenJanLAtt T \7"E now offer to Capitalists and others, having SPRING AND SjJJUIER GOO.DS i
Apii-n
Wjiit nd! Br..wi April 19, 1650. 10TO McgTAED DEED. BLACK PCPPSR, ta | I f money to invent t75,000 in Bonds of five ; i'

enough to afford good sleighing during the Ticking Hollands., CO Dumntic Muslin Gsr; J.hrn from?. Cir.ton FLiiLel, R..J! Separate 1-ids fvr all that may be required for the i hundred dollars each, iutd by the TulbLas-ee Rail BV the late arrivals from New York I nta rty-ir-

entire summer. A correspondent of the Hardy Berage de Lanes ps. awl other, fjuic-iVs U'J to J-'nrirh 50 ct*. pe i yd ; V/OOI. GROWERS. use of tin- nary to be deliverer! it New Tcrk only i iMuBtHrdp Ro td Company having t enty years to run, bearing 1 in- fu >n that city. Philadelplt.i as-1 aitimoe a iS.
; fin! A- doven cent per annum interest, payable semi-annually complete assortment ot merchandize of
per
*""!. American, brown very descrip
Whig, writing from Pendleton county, merican Asnb. and C-tfonadw, Joan Oamb! U-c-r.s K.Jr aud Striked FLORIDA AND OEOP.G1A. IVjipfr. bWk. JlaljiLir j! on the first days of Jnuuary and July, at theBai.k'i.f tion to wl.icl. I invite the attention cf tlo public. I

the snow in the Alleghany mountains at suitable for Kentucky the and Domestic, and Linen Drill-, A FACT ORV, in want of wool, Bi. H, ix-Jict-'n, fjr mustard and pepper j the Republic. New York. would enumerate in pu t : .
says Sprii Sa-umtr wear,and sundry To f ted its Uurr fztiddii! tool," Cnka, for b-ittlos. The Company re re-l yhg their Road with a Trail Phin! nnd ftnrv Dressts. Robes. Summer Mflatilh*.

this time averages three and a-half feet deep ; other to articles mention.in the staple! Dry Good hoe too nuuierOB World ui-k the Ftirm'i far ard near weighing sixty pounds per yard and li>;htwoodCruSfiio Collate, Glove*;, Ilosi.-ry, IVraaoIs, Bountis, En.broi-

and the writer is informed that it is drifted in To eud their Tani.Ldj1ccei. All the forgoing nrticlf-s rau tbo rf tha best quality many of them .hc\virtj a face of tiitetn incites d'-rits, Tririimin- SLtet.ni.f. etc, etc. ; Clothing of

Boots Sho-s wd"Hit j. If, free fioai dirt, the "wool they wash, and citif rnikblp :n nl; resjx'fts to the aample tlfpocited pltceil two feet from out-iile to outride. When every (k"cr.pti'ia Tor. leatlrrru-n and Boja. Ilata. .

some places to the depth of from one bur. A beautiful and -red Wt-d ztock ofCJents Snrrc'' Twill card, spin weave it, in a flj h, at aaid navy yards and in tLis bureau, and completed this Road will challenge comparison with Boots, Sh.-es, Caps, etc, etc.-, G.roeft' Kexi Monticello this is i done, any stricture of the kind in the U ittd St.ite: *. Apple Brandies, Old I'nn-t, Mii'leraSherry.
dred to one hundred and fifty feet, so that the and Summer Boote Hud Shots, Lndits dv. B-J.B do, subject to Kucb iTopection at the navy-yard where delivered Liben -
aud children do. Where. Cotton warp and Filling's spun. a* the chief of the bureau may direct, the in- Tile baiine of the Road f.-r the last > ix wars war and Champagne, BurgSJitly and Hock Winea.Curdi

top branches .of the tallest trees barely project "Where 0nabrz. (that nor.c xeele) peering officer to be ppoint lby the Navy Depart rants the belief that the Cow, any w.ll be al.le to pay Syrnpa. Caridi.-s, Soups. 6tc. eta; algo a. general aa;

above the surface. Hats. Once seen to buy, at once ewnpelt. ment. > expenses, the interest on the Bonds is-iued to recn rtment of Hardware, Gncktry anti Gi.tn.aVare. -

An aaRortmect of the latest ityh and fashion, suit- A list of prices here we add. All the articles to be delivered free of any incidental struct the Road,.. nd a dividend of eight per cent to Chain Punitc: He. &?. Prices aa inual, very low. -

The jail at Goochland, Vs.; was set o| ble fat the an. St-ad on yuur tooui und muke cs glad. expense to the government in proper vessels or its Stockholders from its yearly earjin s, beside the -I woi4a eg! of those who have-neglected to call

Bold, tot the r.klx of Southern tntnt packages, and the price of each article must be the creation of a sinking Fund sufficient to pay off these and settle! their last year's and previous accounts not -.

fire by a prisoner a few nights ago and en. FINE GROCERIES.Java. This "FAtTotT" still Ladi the Van, same at the rwp.ctive places of delivery. Packages Bonds at maUnty. to delay lonarer. My pr9fiia will not justify such long ; e

tirely destroyed. Tim incendiary was con- Laffnria and Rio Coffee. Loaf. Cni*.h'd, Pow In yiw f'y, there's few can dare in which the above articles are delivered must -"mark The Georgia and Pensacola Rail Road Company credits. To enable me to keep up my own credit \ ,

dered, Clarified aud Brown Sugar, Icijri l Gun Pow (laj'ilric) with it lucumpau. *d with their contents and the name of the contractor, hive let to energetic contractors, on very favorable must have prompt payments after- the ctos of each t .
Burned the flamna.A
by der, Young Hyson Tea. Oolong Do. BLick. Sperm and and be sufficient to insure their temporary safe-keep terms, the grading of sixty mile* of their Road, and year, otherwise am ailbjcted to great inconvenicijo -

Ada Candles Soap, Pickled Salmon, Sardine. Shads, List of Prices Terms, &c. ing. it is confidently believed the work will be pushed forward and expense. I hope this appeal will rot b 'ia"v jj. s

MAX WITH NINE WIVES.-The notorious Lobster, Oyrtere. Clams, Halebnt. he The contractormust, establish agencies at such station to an early completion, and must bring to the THOMAS -UAt! \VAED"
*metrically The Jefferson Southern Rights Cotton and Wool .
Nathan Brown, the most remarkable Sealed, Nuts of all kind. Tomatoe, John Bull. W J- :Factory situated 1 mile East Monticello Jefferson other than his residence, that no delay may nri ein Tallahassee Roil Road a very- large business not now April5,18155..- 14 I-

nnt.jUuhror and Worcestershire Sauce, Pickle Co Florida,on the Stage road to Alligator KU, is now furnishing what maybe required; and when the tributary to it. r- -_
bigamist known in America was brought The orTered.fortn halfthe amount to I
Bonds
ever now one ,
and
French fails to with
English MuUrd. Yeast Powder Ch contractor or agent promptly comply a ATWOOD)
<* Deration
o in full and successful the latest &
late Pine ChdeIe employing the Chief of the Bureau of Provisions and be issued, and constitute by law a first lien upon the BROOKS
by officer Elliott the other day, from near Appl** English Dairy Do., Dried improvement, both in Cotton and Wool manufacturing requisition is ; :
its franchises. The interest
guaranteed
Beef, Beef Tonjmes, Vinegar, 1 owder kud Shot SoufT Clothing frhnllbc authorized to direct purchases to be Road and by
The from this Mill have thus far
goods
JefierEonville Machinery. PRACTICAL
Indiana, under a requisition Sar Ra and Lemon made to the under the the Internal Improvement Fund of Florida. GUN'-JlAiERS.
Syrun. Catidiea, Hone %d-- brought the leading price, both in New York, New supply deficiency, penalty to : :
from have dish Gellatine Jellies be in the contract the record The Company have no other debt to embarrass their :
GOT. Chase. He is reputed to Janis, tc. Orleans and Texas. expressed ; of a requisition established .

iiiae living v/ives His practice has been to Cigars.Onr The Couipany offer for tale at the following pricee Provisions, or a and duplicate Clothing copy, or at thereof either, of at the the navy-yards Bureau of finances.The Trustpes of the Internal Improvement Fund HAVING they-would themselvesperraanently offer .thiver'iees in to '

live with cch about throe months, get hold stock i? num ;n-us and fine prices ran/rir:<: vir: aforesaid, shall be evidence that such requisition has have manifested their appreciation of the value of these the Citizens PUrida and the surrournfeig States for -- -
Cotton all 'NOT. a 80 cent a the manufacture
Snpcrior warp, Bonds $40,000 of their fund Ia them. ef Doable barrt-lUd
from f 1C V> f 70 per M for bt.t Ilv.rtia: wid cli -f 1 been made and reived. by investing ; Sbot Guns. Kifl -
of their property and desert them. He is nowwfe cent brands, Bm-rip whifh re Li.t! G-mrd Oj>cra Bureh of & Iba. by the bde cf 40! Euucbea and upvcnis. Two or more approved sureties, in a cam equal to FtJ. term* and auy other information on the subject: and"Pistols, which theywairaafc to bo rqual G> _

in Butler county jail, at the instance f Londre do Bi-tsmci. F.I Mi-ivln. K L ]{**v 4, (;en1Concb&'s the estimated amount of the contract; will be required which may be desired,apply to any ma'de1 All kkida of repa'trin die in a neat and ;
Per a I l-ss quantity, one dollar Bunch. J. GEO. ANDERSON A CO. Wjorkmanlik* manner and wicho .
Fa per t- delfly, all
Coude aa work
ont his evcnth wife, a resi lent of this city. TheM other For Filling, the tauie pii os.i held from the amount per of all payments on account Marcb 22, 1S5G. 8t-l'2 [Sirit. eip.W iad'inett-t&' trtoe when poptniaed. Our inereaif ,
N' 1 i li yard, 10 cent by thoba'eof taut rid*, foe
i O-'a.iburjrs > jx-r target shooting mad
years age, Wine: Brandies! Cordials! j ] : c warranted to vboot with C.
6i'iO yurds, an J npTTW.Js.Foi 'rnd not in coy event to be paid until it is in all reseoniulled preci.inn from 100 to 440 .
married thre wive's within two years. Pure French P.rjrHy: vintage .fl 803 La'.f a bale, lui ceati. ,, witli! eihtr of the TUST RECEIVED: yards. C3T'Shop: Sign .f the Rifle, Monroe lIsuni. -
>centum amount
-r& put up in qtv.rti.ttl.and gidonju.2vrn'n !! For Jt-ts than huJf bale! t-r by the bolt, 12 cents. .I.f'f.-all-d'-lirt-riea--- made:, 'ailib r I paid by the navy agent tl McCaulcyV History of England, Vol. 344, April 5. 1856. H-6JU I ; -

Plainwfxil Kerw-'y, heav a 2d cents by tie bolt Irving'a Life Washington, :
DEATH JCDOE WonxniNOToif. The J;: .te L'jf Lie.-'UtL Adaet-h; within flub!y days after bi.h, duly authenticated,bhall Executor's
or ly n-c mirended J/y the facalty ut Urge The wool cI -j- itDi-iit is worthy the aiteuti of have been presented to him. Caflo'utt' Complete Work, Notice. :

Bltimoro Patriot of last evening : ow PLinten"", liui rp arc not objected to, MH U..y are Bancroft' A HiWreth's United States, months afterdate, Jwe will
says for mtdjclnal urr-osc s.ViUoffd }Blank tornis of propo ah may be obtained on ap SIX present ouracconnf?* :
ifmnvi-d by n machine fur the Lut Alone-The Hidden Path vouelere- the Hon.
rt-iJilv:
purpo-e of
Judge Debate
for 1LerrLbly pi cj. to th'* navy at Portsmouth, New for*
Hgcr.ta
"The Hon. W. G. D. Worthington, 01 1 Msderca th o.4 l fcLouH be washed clean of dirt wui thicd tvfvie nV.ition HcDOUGALL 4 HOBBY. the.ftaid County Gadsden, for final settlement and. ,
wwt' Hampshire Ui-ston, New York. PhiLvklphia! Baltimore -
tayyefJs one of the associate judges of Sicily s-ndiuij it U Use Factory. The (.o., solicit tin! Norfolk( ; Ponacola, and nt this bureau.A April 12. 1856. 16 apply to be discharged,from the execuloKhip of b ar < -

Old Port. CSsTt-t. p-itrtiruigi1 uf the adjur.nuoij CuritiH of Iriori duplicate
Baltimore last or
city court, died suddenly night cxiifiiuieut should Just Received ,
(: Thib artory u an timt OWEN L 4 JAMES A. FILLYAW. Extort '
Apple, Peach nnd Cherry Brandies; Ilolland Gin, tier of the acceptance of his proposal, will be denned
of at hlslodging& in the Globe Inn. n'ot f.ul, cf >ii|port ; Fbi idd h.iH bet n L l>!t apoplexy, American do l 7Jourlx-r i.nd il' nonghala do., Jaomii-u. ?i notification tlw-reof. within the meaDinj of the :net 'f184fi
.
tut hi-i N.H I l.'ii, neighbor f r thoe-artklte ma lUU McDOUOALL 4 HOBBY. '
Jodge was formerly of Sarta Cruz and AmericaT do.' and hi* UH will be made and accepted n couformiry -
Worthington governor U-riol ut which lies ai her own iK>or. All wool icntbhbll 12,1856. 15 --- !

the Territory of Florida and its first delegate In Store Western Produce, &c. recei-e kinct attention. Every with t-ffer tbis nude understand nm-t l be hi-conipanlci (as directed April _ _ n For Sale A

r! Congress. He also filled other public poitioM. EXTRA and Superfine Flour. Wool CIiurc.For in the act of Congress making appropriations for the Per Win. R. Pettis :
_ TRACT
Side*, CVur and Ribbed, carding in Baits for Matraai.s 6 cents per HI". naval sir vice for 1816-47, approved 10th August, FROM NEW OILIA NS. ti.4 of nd, tha propertyof F.atate pt oir' t
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; retched the of P. illiains
--He bad age seventy. .uar Cored Hams, Plain do. For Kolls Spining 10 1846)) by a wriiten guarantrr, signed by one or more ca1Ie Twnt-ik-a.aauaed or/ lilar .
four remarkable Lard Svru to the cffi-ct that he or they under *) fCASI1S.. Sides and Shoulders, River in Orange Co., about 50 miles S mtl-w,
years,jujd.was for his unra7'ng Whiskey, p. Gotten Buttt-r, To be weighed l after it is cardeu. responsible perHons < t froia -,
all of which vill )be: &ld r.t n smoll advuace on cost For minuiacturing wool into Plain Krrseys the take that the bidders will if his or their bid b"e accepted U 75 Bbls. Ettra- Family Flout, the City of St Augustiue. The Wid tract contain.

/ good hotrior, his read j wit, and for the aDdcb.s-rgtefrcAu1 I c.ssl1 CA H!111! d'btrge w 16 cents IHT pard, tie Mill furmsbiijg the enter into an obligation within ten days, with 100 Superfine 810 acres, more or lew.nnd is-well adapted forth* i .

beiwe.nc: tudidndoess of his disposition." .!. R LLOYD, warp, or, (if ptcfeied,) one KnlfiTlne cluth. We good and j nflitient sun-ties, to furnish the supplies 60 -"" Rectified Hess Pork Whiskey, Culture of the Sugar Oane. For tenni applr"toPalatka. '

JiUctiontfr at uI Canir.isn .1to'diant. ..hall l be prt-purcd in a uhort ume to mnoufucturetvullcd propowd. The bureau wilt not be obligated to consider 25 April'l ALBERT ; t 4 -
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wijoris |3y Auction Sale on n. x' f'litnnl-ty, !1 o'clyck. {guinbt. Our terms me civ h or exchange for any proposal unions-Rccoinpanisd by the guarantee 25 Prim 1856.r J4..st I Itinst

April C6. ir-3. 17 WU&Ji ct tL uiarktl prli e, we will take cotton when required nv law; the corcretcncy of the guarantee 6 'I Syrup, -
be certir1 by the ant, district attorney, 5 Lnrd, .- Received :
13T Varioottliaorlet&'re'bBen' iUuied_ relative tluj unc i* Drft ar ivo & cart to rwvya ,
Notice. .JOHN M. PALMER. Ajrent.Jvffutoii ir the co eetor cf the port. 6 Rioe6 ,-- PER WM. H, IBmi3FROM NETIT OlLllW '
ttbe origin intestinal worms,juid _jet th f question Hhds. Sugar, I"
: fc--K. ilamiSuotunn! CIt \ The. attention! of bidders is called to the samples ')r PBL8. Extra and

i jS itfll a vexed one mong me .antborities.. Of months rJrcr dde. the ir.JerignJ. adihrn! Itf1* East of ilonticello. and de4eriptQn.I1art1cle1 req ired. as, in the inspection 5 Boxes Star Candles.' 'hi S Bag* prime Rio Snrfine Coffee, Flcor. if

.L coe fcet, however, all are inforraed.-ind ra which Uffr SIX of tie"f Ti. E. t.'ls.n. df c--ased. ill April 19, ISf-C. 1C-121 before reecptin.ajiwt but rigid comparison will For sale by : R.H.BERRT. t Tierces &-C. Barns ,
j lior Tf ind vourfi*-r tr t.! IIi mad between the articles offe-ed and the samples April 19, 1856. It f
;4L *- tb. fatal nature of the influence Ibey.exert onAudren. preaent i : >n. Judijo be 2 Casks Shoulders, ,
I of Probate, for Gads l 'n 0&iuaiv, for final Bettlenn, and contract,receiving none that fall"below.them;and t Bbls. 4
At this Mason of the year, the attack*cfortn and will apply to be discharged f.om the admiuLtru- Hough Rice !I Hough Rice their attention is also particularly directed tolhe joint j Line -For Bale- 5 ,M. Whiskey Sugar boat,, *r-Mdlait!- .7*?* -

ire most frequent as well a> most dtuignow.I torship of said entate.- ') A BUSHELS of Rmi b Rice. Resolution ot 27th March, 1854, and to the act of the onOU BBLS. of LIME for Sale -. BozeamClaret. __ .

\v. take p-cat pleatare in directing the attention 18 4w-l .
Trnti to the Vennifoje of Dr. M'Lane, prepared bf yarohl,1U4. April 19,1855. 1tk,18. 'I- .L&1onr :

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Dr. McLANE'S Come One Come All TO THE PUBLIC. I rO.A1T/tJTE, Omen of STATE EXCINEIR For tnanafacturhig Liquors,' Cordial. Zffee'i.ss t I r '

CELEBRATED } examine DAVID 0. WILSON'S lanjo and I DO CERTIFY Hint in the year 1S51. I visited Iron OaAacz MILL P. 0., ST. JoHNs Dcn"ATttA.I B rerage., Vinegar. Bitten Sjrnp.

A Al selected stock of good purchased by; him. Dr. W. Moseley'a Infirmary at Griffin Ga. for the. MANUFACTURER in of all Copper 1 kinds of and Plain Sheet and Fancy ACOCST 20rn, ) EasEneesWMseL&4. .- .

VERMIFUGELIVERIILLS. Relf, consisting not only of the realities of life, but also purpose obtaining, relief of 1 very painful and distressing informing thA ; \ BALED PROPOSALS will he received at this 'At'1C'I or UQVoa TA" It KATrtrrAcrntro FOB IS r60cacvi
in
CANCER of the nose and My nose wa- Tin Wares, fake pleasure (ti7( 1 S
all, not only in eye. PCE OALLOflJAN
those article to for
wel adapted please before I visited the besides Tallahassee, and the 5urroundingcUfltry, that he IS Office until the 20th day of August, 1856, constructing
AND quality and but ra This st
large, but (tlete pCA for the Florida markets a very deep ulceration! on my cheek nbnlt my him now in prepared his line of also tenders bis thanksto such a* Lift Locks, Guard Locks Basins. tc, from converting Whiskey and Water into the strongest .

which he fels 8 ( wi be able to sell as eye. I am happy and proud to say that Dr. Moeely his friends IminNIl generally for the very Lake Harncy on the St. Johns to Indian River, a distance Vinegar in 36 hours, at a COlt of two to Uire,c,at
did and baa it not btfen for to
relieve public
fJlwo oCthe bcltprpargitlonaofhA1.- low, not only for cash. and the produce of the country me. my having (liberal with he ha* heretofore been of thirteen miles. 3.4 1 10 feet ; authorized by the per gallon.
cold I
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hut also to thom who have been dealing with !himforyeais. expose myself t very eitrcme balltnU.er patronage that continuation of the same Of'neTJll.l\fIlf'mh1.r, of the State of Florida at its session The onlr trwels necessary for tM purpose are
would! have had return of the favoied, and hp hopes
do believe that : 1
AH those to we would n entitled An Act to barrel The-Iob.tanca with .
wishing purchase will be him., of 1854-5. by An Act providefor Wine of Whiskey which '
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second and! -
he
disease. I visited the Doctor time
They are not recommended advise to call and see thee plendid a the various grRntr' on hand a full supply oal and encourage a Liberal System of Internal Improvements they are filled. for the purpose of making Vinegar
Glnce. Chene. Satin Plnid and striped, relieved
as Universal Solid ami Plaid Brocades.! about the Doctor's fulse.injuring As('1 regards failing! to Dr.relieve me, !line ortl of bii ines.usually A full assortment ofSheet Iron, Proposals will specify the amount for which the Persons without the slightest knowledge of thi bu*.

Gro de Rhincs and Black Silks! of all prices and they are positively Moseley'sskill Sheet Lead Lend Sheet Zinc. Cistern Pumps, work will be done, the mode and manner in which incas are led imperceptibly into the process of manufacture
;
I know of Pipes
Canttr, ;
in the of no Physician
: 7'rflmrlt ,
Cure-aIls, but simply for qualities in the world that I rely on than and great many: other articles too numerous to men- payments are to be made,whether lands or moneys which w by no mean rompll ted.
Black and colored Velvets, 'IItloonlr tion.1 or portions of each. Maps. Profiles and estimates This work is to be found at No. 60 Camp tmt I.,

what their name Solid and plaid Cashmeres!and fcrnO him. AsnSUrWEOYnntllYIrAXhei9quI TO BUILDERS.Tin be seen at this office, and any inft'rmationobtained: by and at the booklltort'.NI" 4ft Si. Charles street, oppo* t.

pur- Solid plaiJ and figured Dlh; le. t any that I found him to Stat.be ,; happy t fluttering. and Conducting addressing the undersigned at Orange Mill Post Of site the St. Charles Hotel. Price $2 per c .pjr. Thi"
a perfect Roofing.
Embroidered, plaid all black Alpaccas say gentleman CI.ppr Tn. fice. St. John's River, Florida. Proposals will also amount (two dollars)can be sent per mail in gold
Philanthropist, and advice all afflicted with pipes Ac all of huh 1 he, to in the mostworkmanlike
Black Bombazines, persons be received for constructing a Rail Road! over the and the work sent per return mail purchaser mostea}
ports.The C.mcer visit the ; and and and of the. beet ma
t soon
n
D"OD possible manner h'I.
Spanish and} Mohair: Dcbnizcs, ( n : same. groand. F. L. DANCi, close 20 cent in stamp to prepay and ReguUr the
VERMIFUGE for have their health restored. RANSOM tcriul shortest notice and reasonable term
Ia.litf black and colored Itiliin roal cloths, COOPER on tOt State Engineer, State of Florid. Book. Address
Rome, August 30th 1855. been engaged for the last eight in
Having yean
Black and colored and silk 81, 855 85-1 HENRY WALTER do CO, Publisher
expelling Worms from English plusbcd Talmns.Dotted C3?- Mr. Ransom Cooper signed the above in my business at this place he think- it unnPI"r to re -August y New'Orleans, La.

aud embroidered, !lace V"ils, prepuce. THOMAS PERRY, Post Matter. cmmfnl hi'I"fl any further to tbE public as Leon CooBty Iron Works, J3P The great value of this work ha been efficiently .
time hassures
the human Home, August COth, 1855. but at the name
has capabilities as a l JCI/miC.
system, Solid pl.-iid and figured Uar'll'! favor him with A call, good work and TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. proved by its adoption a* a text book by the
Black! and colored ( a]t.nt various liquor manufacturers. t the city of New York.
also been administered Welch Silk and crunze Flaunels, A\fll Case of Caurcr Cured. cheap price rpHIS Establishment is now in full operation. All
Hayinz the, old stand formerly knownas Jl. orders will be attended to with promptness and RECOMMENDATIONS I OF THE PRESS.
Red and l yellow Flannels, Tins is to certify that S. II. Harris, of Craw T4movt.llrm
; with the most Opera Flannels of all color' ford county, came to me il Co1 year 1 b51. with a CanCer Whit.t Singer he viii found at hi* stand corner all work done with neatness and dispatch.All This work will be found to supply the dealer in H-
satisfactoryresults will be glad! to wait kinds of work siu-has Steam Work,Mill Work,, wine tc. with
Knglinh and Ercnch embroidered bands, on hii chin of fourteen years standing, the chin- ) foot street, .llee >. quota, vinegar, a thorough teacberaxjj
various animals Lace and linen C. Han.lkrchiefe. bone and ,salival had(all Income very much on all hi* friends. THOMAS WHITE.Dec. Gin Gearing. Sugar- Mill, Circular Saw Machinery,, guide amid all the varied and intricate processes of

to Emb'd Collars. lallk'rchil'f.1\,1, ln.4r"ltevef! diseased and his glands nearly ruined. Mr. Uari 1, 1B55. 48 Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers. Plough Casting, Bras? thi bu.inesi.-JV! 0. Ptcnyvnt. CIt

Einbroi, lercd Chemoi""tp: Claret I, i ri is had: been uuder the treatment of : eminent --- ._--- Castings, &e.; also, Sugar Kettles, of any site kept were a work supererogation to praise a book;

ubjcct to Worms. Blue, brown green Vei Bareges, : and among tl(1: WHS (the great many'Dr. 10 lDS. CO constantly on Land. All work done in inch e-tablihrnent of Mons. Laeour's writing. The volume before us LI

Black love Veils, Ihpicnn.. 't6ton. and also, the celebrated Dr.Shfp Shoulder n1! be done by us. with a particular regard to remarkable for its completeness' and the exact practical
The '
LIVER PILLS for 2 Plain Hams, of the work. direction which it.t8..
Thread Cotton and Linen Lnces. Mhall of M who twice without the strength and disability Old manufacturer will
icon. hiI case
!
tlcatft 10 bbls. Mew Pork in "torf and for f"lf bTJHOPKIN Workmen in readiness to find all of the, old modes
Cambric anti \ri-w,odjjingH and Insertiujs, removing the disease. finally went to Dr. br.phal ME01NSISS.Dec. Compel eut always put up entirely superseded. The
the cure of LIVER COMPLAINT B'lbinet nnd Mantilla, Laces, o as he the thud,time and he refus 1 o! En'C l1f'fo. iic. use of the old formulas: would appear as the foam offolly"

,Colored Merinoes, to do! anything inflrlc'llmc.mure for him. Soon after that time 1,.1855. 48iisznet' Term. will be liberal, and all work done strictly for in the presence of tbe new ones suggested in I
all BILIOUS DE- --- cash or accepted order on some business firm in this thi' work. One of the principal objects to be
Curtain and Dress ClicO, Mr. Ilanis heard of the many wonderful cures that I ;; flohlIi4't. appears
Embroidered Lice Curtain", had made, and vi"it.e me at Griffin, as a last resort. place. Liberal prices paid for old Iron, Copper and to avoid ns far liS rx>s ible. the use apparatus or

RANGEMENTS SICK HEADACHE White, black and! ihte hosiery, I commenced treating his case, and in six the T I DIES colored! straw Bonnets. Bias exj) nsive (to the operator) appliances of any kind in

White anti black silk }hosiery.: Cancer was all removed, and the sore nearly wc.k.- J Ladies colored ifruw trimmed Bonneta All letters must ho addressed (post paid) to the manufacture of liquors, and col'd Kid Gloves il" J. M. SHINE Tallahassee, 71. This volume contains the art of preparing and .
&c. Ladies and) Gents hl\.l: This cas-c was ECCU and 'itltfStllv, ii.ore thnn fire black putting
Misses colored. '. !hundred persons. 1 have the U< ctr now iu my J)4)5. March 1], )8:4. 10 up the whole list drinkables! from a choice pip
Purchascrsvill Ladies nail Gents Luck and Kid Gauntlets, ocs-ion.and it"b white: satin and silk "- of Otnrd Dupuy, of the vintage of 1705 to a siropl
please any person ean see \ calling at my tif- .. (extra size) Most Approved Corn 'III.--- rse-
October 1 3. 1S5S. 41 flee, in in Gnflin. Thi coe was witnessed by blac'I. end economical manner of making cider without apples

be ask for I THOMAS JONES of Griffit Cbildrtn. "! straw. 1 ffOF the mClllt approved LANIER CORNJUVj by fermentation. A fiiend I bums applied the re

particular to Notice.SIX Dr. J. D. MARTIN! HnM. C. MILLS for sale by the Subscriber. These cipo for converting 23 gallon of whiskey into 40 gal
.E. W. WILSON. For sale by DAVID WIL'0 Mills have been for some time in use through this region Ions with the most satisfactory results. The latter
Dr. C. McLane's Celebrated : months after the frt publication of this notice .F. CKEN3HAW. October 13. 18!: 41 and lower part of Georjna, and. give perfect sat quality! does not posseses an equal amount of intoxicating

t1.ler1ignt11 administrators! of the eftate ol f I do certify, Ihst myself, and many others, of th's,; For Sale. i.fU'tlOn.llrindil with ease 40 bushels! and the rise propfr'ies to the former, though the 40 gallon

\T ER\IIFUGE and Lewis I I. frnch. ( ( wi presenttln-ir nrountlnn.1 phice, Were eye wit ; ees U> the above stated ill the day with le. than the ordinary gin power applied was of a much finer color, taste, and odor.-J\"ew York
\oUII'IR tl\ Judge! ( Probites: of Leon C"II- that Mr. Harris left, perfectly well. oalt.aud A A BUSHELS of pure Sea Island Cotton Seed to it. The maker furnii-hes a hand to put it up; ili taUjC.

LIVER PILLS, prepared by ty all ak to be discharged from their administration A. 11. 1IATTON. 1 III ) by S. S. KNIGHT.Feb. and every one warranted to give perfect satisfaction.Cull This much talked of book is at band It contain. a

( f said estate. 0 ___u __ ___ Griffin, May, 14, 1852. 1R, 1859. 7 and examine them at D. LADD'S. mim information that i is perfectly astonishing, and
G .J qf.J"o JU EI'I; BH.\Cl. J AdmrDec April 211855. 16 .;iild only haveJbcen: acquired from actual observation.
JAMES II. j[ Just Received. If wish to look in of
BRASCI ,
\ob. you see ingenuity applied a copy
To the Afflicted or nil *.
-t\\1.\\\1 i 29,1855.: :fr Con.1Uon OA.1 BBLS. Irish Potatoes. For 591''f bv MILES NASH & CO. Lacour on Liquor. Practicability appears to have been
I do certify that I was mOlt horribly afflicted with 1) 'elo1 the of the author. No
S. S. KNIGHT. Dealers in Drugs Medicines &c. design delays are necessary to
SOLE PROPRIETORS, Pitts- Not e. a Cancer on my upper lip, ; me pain in Ft'h. 16. asccitam the results of an application of a recipe.-
dfscrihahle. After trying the skill of Il the m.!trminrnt 18:8 received from New York per bark R. H. Oam- We speak from actual t'rvJ.tion.-PJil. fun.
*
fX months after ate we present cur accounts JUST I
burgh, Pa., and take no O and vouchei* to the wi. Judge] of Probate olHainilt' Physicians that. I cuul heir and that I Bacon, Bagging &c. a general assortment of articles in our line, This work will revolutionize] the present style] ofmnnuacturing
without relief, I gave ease a- hopelcs an 1. as .
up my siK-h Oil f almost kind. Burning Flui-i Yi-rk Iltratd.
<
as > every liquofil-Nt1D
'!) Count v. for a final settlement of the estate i received latest rrit.iN from New Or-
other there various I thought! with death st.iring me m tIl f ce. But fortunately TUST per White Lead Zinc and other Window Ga! s of Lacour's book for instructinemthe of
as are : paints. art making
of David Mont, lute of said county, deceased, and ask for t beard of Dr. W. R. and! Nw York, the (ol.wing urtiflt* which
Mmeley'a (
hiI. Lest Puttv. Brushes, Pota h, Soils nnd
jn.at quality, Sparkling bottling effervescing temperance beverage. li-
be asadmiiiitiatoiR..EDWIN t the lowest cash
to discharged ( offer nt price :
other F. IUCCl'st in the treatment of this disHe, lJc H I a JI"t t hey (Gelatin, London] Mustard. French Brandy (very best,) quor, wines and pure vinegar for the table, should be
preparations now WIIEDE I IS Bacon, Hi Bilf" Bigirinig.
resort, 1 placed imsclfundir. his tri'.itj.eiit: aii'I I in onenuuth Cn"kl : fllr medicinal purposes, Spices Pepper. Lemon Syrup, in the hands of every housekeeper in the country.-
ELIZABETH MOAT.Administrators.. 20 I BbN! Flour, 15: HHH J
before the from the time "l''Ulllt1t.., Ill perfectlysound 1. lald1.. Inks, Quinine, Peruvian Hark.Io'luid Extract Biichu The copj richta forbids, or we would give our reader
public :< K-pe, M'' SThikey.2t0 :
pur- March r 1,1WR. 9Cm and hare been !v ever. .iurf. t C.ill\ TV ine, 10 R11. M Pork, &'.. te., and a general assortment of Popular: Patent this morning, some of the most valjjjiLl Je recipes tbat
JINKS. BLl. C'6
1i. ediclllt'3.V but the best and in How mnen information
ELZ.\BETI
keep none vtry ever appeared print. so can
porting to be Vermifugeand --Town--- for Sale. Butts County, Ga., May lt46. 50 Kegs< Nails RICHARDSON & hope to merit your patronage.MILES be given for two doUarsis the most astonishing feature

Property WHITAKER NASH A CO. connected with the book.-A''w York Timet.LACOCH .

Liver Pills. All TIF undersigned offers at private sale, the f.-llow- Horrible Case of Cancer Cured, Newprt. Octohtr---27..--1855.- March 29, 18:6. 18 ox LIQVOE.-This ia the most complete i

described propel t v, known .the Jravis Lot, BY DR. W. R MOSELEY, M. D. In Chancery-in Hamilton Circuit Court. work on the manufacture of liquors tbat we ever met
others
in comparisonwith viz: I>.'t" So: 3. ?5, 21.! :3d. 4 140. 111. H2. 143 I do certify that I was for Hides Wanted. with ; it contains an immense number of formulas for ;
many
144. 22 I. 227. 235! ?:'.2-O. 241. 242. 243, 244. 246.> with Cancer on my Lip :and Chin years, I llly"Dcted (. Willie W. Burk.,. C\.mplftiuant BEEF HIDES Wanted for whicim the making every variety Iiquors.wines.cordial, bitter,
Dr. McLANE's 248, 24 G. 250. 252 25:;. 256. 257. 258 268 all al roln <
are 251 remedies I could hear of, but found I tjtJhigheftt will be paid. Also Deer syrups vinegar, Ac. The work is published by subscription
and Lhrkin and Eliza price
nortle. finally / Stephens McTy"r.
in the of of I
worthless.The or1II plan city TaluhaleeA heard. of Dr. W. R Meley's great succe Pier.! V.. .; | Tlionms. Pikher.'Willmni: Pil- and Otter ekina. DAVID C. WILSON ; the subscribers are dealers and importers of
LSO- 1."I"'r. liquors in this city. This aloe would speak more in
treatmt-nt f-f affections and visited him at elmer and N Wicker, heirs at LiW of James Tallahassee, September 29, 1856. 89
ni.l
,
Lots Nos. 1,2,3,4, 5 1, C, ', iu S. Counly qr.ALSO (;JiilHii, in the course of lil wee'k.he had the Cancer Pilfhcr at Deft udamita.) lavor of reliability of the work than could be otherwise -
ant
GENUINE McLane's1Vermifuge all \ I would a,Ivi!e all! that are afflict>-d ct'Cfhi A. B. CLARKE : .-y.: O. Delta.
affidavit to the of the ,
TT appearing upon f'tiAfarim March J, 1856. 9-6m
with the (Ii4Pase, to visit him IU'l l have ir henlthrestore.
and Liver Lot* Xo,. 4. 12. 13 15, 1C' 22, 25, 39, 40, 48,61'' .!. He in, beyond a kind of doubt tl, the meetBkilfulCaucer _L Court tint the d. fondant F.liea PillItr. Pil- MERCHANT TAILOR,
i 62. in the South A County elmer Willian 'iutbnwlVitker, heirs at
'uarLl'r.T doctor in the Slat.; l'ilc.hfr. ali ; : Quit Drinking Poisonous Liquors I rL1COUR'S
above described property formerly belongedto SOllH1 Law of .Knit" Pitcher, deceased, reside! the DEALER IN READY MADE CLOTHING AND
Pills can now be had Cherokee Co., (in. EMANUEL DO beyond PATENT IMPROVED PROCESS
at ',v. Brown. For Anther information and term, IXG.S.IbnIlscEsDr. jurisdiction of thia Court,to wit iu the state of Geor G;f'TLF.JIF.'S FL-I1sztrNG GOODS.
J. D. Martin: : Ga.; (lr. .J. For making all kinds of
UrilI
all respectable i which will he liberal, apply to A.Perry Amaker, Esq., Y. M. Pucket, Harris county, ; Biab.u', gia.It TOW receiving at the well known old stand fcrL -
: Liquors and
Drug Law Tallahassee. Ylnegnr
Attorney at Griffin, i is otrec l tint the s.xid] dtfendnntaVo appear and _1 l merly occupied by Clark t Stillman. a general

Stores. CHARLES. P. MANNING. GR answer ;, bill, on or before the frt Monday assortment Superior Ready Made Clothing Furnishing TNSTANTLY, by the use of Lacour. Eaieatial

Cnti eolJ, the above property will be for rf'ut in June next. el.e the same will be taken PrO C >n- Gi">tU. Cloths, CH4simerea, Testings, &c., composed JL Oils.

FLEMING BRO'S A. PERRY AMAKER.. Scr.nl Breast can be Cured. fri-9," Provided thm 'nl.r"hal b published! in some in part of the following articles: These Oil are obtained by Distillation at the Chem

February 1C, 1S: 7-tf LET THE PUBLIC READ Newspaper nithm thn onCe a wetk the period Fine Black Dress Frock Coats. ical Laboratory(parish Jefferson) of Pierre Lacour

60 WOOD ST., PITTSBURGH, PA. I.v mercy to the afflicted, and! the gratitude and high of four Month prior to aid tiup. Black and Col'd Single Breasted Frock and Author ofL'teour"Chemical Analysis.: Lacoor's Chemical -

e $25 REWARD.lJ" opinion I entertain of DR. MOSELKY n a Surgeon J. WAYLES ]BAKER. Judge. Business Gnats Manipulation, Lacour on the Manufacture .f Liquor .

)i _.,_: T.', Sole Proprietors ANA WAY from thp Plantation of the and Physician. I deem it my duty mention/ the case Mitcfl"Rn Stewart,Solicitor for Coniplaioaat 44 Fancy Cassimere do. d). do ?, taLACOUR'S ,

u\ L c\ 1LiiU, Ecriber..(In the i 5th D -c la.t. his Sub of my wife, hoping at the same time that all persons! February 1856.CEORGIl. 1 Black and Colored Cloth Overcoat, OIL OF COGNAC convert neutrAl
to imitation
N(. Ill Charteia St. New Oilcans, WEST. He is about (feet 8 or 9 inch similarly afflicted may ho bencfitted by it In the -- AD FLORIDA. .4 Black Doeskin Pants. spirit a superior of Imported Brandist.viz .

0",1Vh; ,ail* ..<"it f .., .'.., 3'uthern States, to nhout:5 or 26 years old and glittering black first part of ti" year, my wif had several small lumpsto Fancy and Col'd Cassimere Pants, : Otard.. United 81JcrncIarett. Cognac CastilLon, Poultney and, 8eignetee. London -.
in Gadsden where he make in her brea-t continued Black and I Silk Vest. Vineyard Properties ,
"b4r all 1 or.ler must bo addressed was rid county, appearance ; they Fancy
DR. T. J. CUR LEE Dock ]Brandies. The will have full fruity
at Mr. W. II. and relative! increase sire until the whole beast became Velvet do. Liquors a -
o iu U. .\....-!- u. L.\'... llarnarJ. Jr. Mile a Gibson's, *allovcr to in Fancy flavor and beautiful
Nash & 'Co. T.1nahaee.; ,' Fla.; J. S. M. Duislln the couuty. He i ia well supplied with clotIing.1 I a aiseased mass, and very pinful I procured tbe Practicing Dentist do. Cass. do. Cashmere, Rectified a will be sparkling color. Common
Gardner! & Mills, Newport W. T. Carpcnter cannot say how he was 11nI'll .'Jc lie best medical aid in the city and notwithstanding White Marsaillei Jc>. D.B. Whiskey changed, by the use of the
Qnincv; ,; lef. Oil of New
THOMASVILLE, GA., and MONTICELLO Cognac, to York Brandy, Pine Apple
and MADISON. FLA, and their respective and! Brandy common Cognac Brandy, &e.LACOURS .
Palmar & Bro. Monlictllo. S. Pulesten.! Monticell-i. fur his deliverv to me here. hkiiful > she continued to grow worse and A fine assortmentnfShirts.Collars. Cravat, Black
JhJliciaw the incurable and adja vent counties. He irt*ert. ImY" number of Artifioinl White and Colored Kid) and Silk Gloves self OIL OF RYE change common Rectified -
W. Rogers .t O, Chattahoochee; B.ltzei I: M.iri.inna: ; NiclioK
D. H. Dickinson, Bainbridge ; E. Seixas, ThomasvillcGa. friends:to visit DR. W. R. MOSELEY, of Griffin, G u improved principle giving them that beautiful, lifelike Drawers. Brown, Fancy, Cotton and Lisle Thread 4Hose. OIL OF Whiskey CEDRAT Bourbon Whiskey &.
Notice. which I did, and. tnni.hiC as it may fffI hi- hud appearance which approaches Nature so nearby White and Colored Cambric Handkerchiefs, all change common Rectified

February 23, 1856. 6-1 y weeks after date, I will apply to the Jude, of her tntirily curd vi'hin one mouth and ,''e M "<..tcHI ItfI to challenge detection by the closest observer.PCron of which are offered to the public on reasonable terms article Whiskey! to old Irish Malt Whiskey, and a superior
of Scotch .
SIX needing DentI-I operations on tl.eir NATURAL Whiskey.OIL
of Leon County for letters of admini<>tra- yixijhealth !! I would e.1 who are afflicted and warranted u good as offered ia this brkel.Call .-
--- '-'---- \
Teeth and wi-h him to perf rm them can by OF PEACH changei common Whiskey to Virginia -
witlt ScirrLtis, and Cancerous visit the and examine.
Piano tion on the estate of John W. .Arg 1 h late of said af.ction. t
Fortes. ) have them done at the followingpricea Peach Brady, Jto. Oil l Peach and Oil of Cognaa
County C. LEWIS. Doctor without delay H* I am ftatint l by experience applying; soon November 19, 1655. 43
decealtd 1 which will be found to be MUCH lower than has ever will convert common Whiskey to Apple Brandy.
/ are prepared to fnrnifh Pianc April, and observation, that ho i is, the most skillful phy ican!: -
f WE Fortes, (If the very beet quality -,-----1 -- in the Southern States, l the treatment of that horrible been offered in this section of country befor1, to-wit : Manufactured Tobacco.I OlLOF_ GIN convert* the poorest Whiskey to Hoi-
the mcst ]liberal tcims. disease-Cancer. For filling teeth with Gold! Foil, $1 00. $1 60. f 2 00 land! Gin Seheidam Schnapps, Rose'Gin Swaa Gin,
lJlOn SHALL receive 400 Box of various brands
NotceSIX and $2 60, varying according. size of cavity and some England Gin &c.LACOUR'S
They arc second to none i ia any country either as- WILLIAM H. I Mullena" Manufactured Tobacco
to or price. months'aftcrdate, we will present our accounts, M. E. MITCnELL amount material used I; Extracting teeth, in orriac on consignment CONCENTRATED ACID wi11io five

Lvery quality Instrument writ be warranted. TOUclerl Ac.to the lon. Judge of Probate of DatnjhUr. of J fTCHYLL. Rrudw'y, Hone, Ga. only 60 cent*-out ofefflec. tl. again Merchants this season will do, 100 well Boxes to bear now this on in the nund way: and out.-it hours after being mixed, change five gallons of good

f MILES NASH & CO. (. County, for a settlement of the ettate Rome Ga., October 18 His PI.ICC for a full upper or lower sett of teeth on will Vinegar and twenty-five gallon of water, to thirty
be sold lower than be laid down
Fehru'ln" 3. 18r,6. 8 of Stephen Kcreh late of said County deceased, und PLATK. (with CONTINUOUS HUMS if necessary,) id same quality ean gallons of the mcst acid Vinegar tbat can be found in
ask to Le discharged a Executors of said estate. only! 16 per tooth, and ptr/cet satisfaction guaranteed for from usual markets and on time to good par the market By the use Lacour's Concentrated A-

JAMES (JILL. )i A C-D. IU It.ry insta?,ee. tie*. DANIEL LADD. cid, Vinegar can be made for one dollar and sixty cent

Qu..inin..e. WILLIAM BASSET, f Lit i-s. ALL persons : themselves Those desiring his services in any portion of the Newport, August 4, 1855. 31 per barret

Feb. 16, 1856. 7 of DR. OSgIEY'S services will find him at above named counties, or any other section of country Executor's Notice. FOR MAKING LIQUORS. Laconr'a Oil's require
FUST received 600 OOCES Slllpll Quinine,
his I Fm 1RY, GRIFFIN.GEORGIA. can upon application by letter to either of the above no preparation-only pouring the Oil into the Whiskeynod
J Farr Brand, together with a great variety In Leon Circuit COllIn Equity. named Post Office,or otherwise, receive prompt at SIX months after date I will present my anal ac shake' wed. The Liquids thus made will have a
ot pure Chemicals. AMES A LIVELY. Patients boarded at |1 per day, or 'J 16 per month. k'utiou. u and vouchers to the Judge of Probates forLeon fine natural aroma-a full. rich oily taste-a beautiful -

Aprils, lS-:6. 14CodTLiver John Martin, Complainant,. FEES, in a1 cases, to be agreed upon before under Gounty. and apply for a final discharge from transparent color and a fine bead. Lacour's Oils
Oil. v taken. cape will be received into this establishmert S&-EII.JMOEM : 'the.offioe of Executor of W. O. Hvlton. deceased. exert three distinct in
John P. K. and his properties converting common
Savage unless it is believed on examination, that it oan JVPGI COLK Macon Georgia. WILK CALL E'r.Dec. .
Whiskey to Gin,Ac. The first
Brandy combines
"
A PURE (If the celebrated Brands He wife, Martha! B. Savage, property
FRESH be cured, or admit of All cases will HOH. J. L SEWAIID 22, 1855. Si-Cm
Clsrk A Co. A Rushton's.For and Boiling Baker, Trustee rl.lc rejected ) wit hand subsides in the form of Floculeut par.tJclt -
sale AMES A LIVELY invariably be charged for and aavice. JCIKIE LOVE.: }} ThomaflTilla, Ga. whole of the g"ain oil (A my lie Alcohol>
by Complinant.IT All letters to l'ltitlt them t notice, must enclose J. S. WreN! .., ) HIdes whiskey, ia thus deprived of that peculiar irriU-

ApriU, 1656. 14 _ _ appearing tc the satisfaction oT the Court, that a "etarap" for the payment of postage, and be directed W. S. DILWOKTH, Esq \TANTED in any quantity, for which the highet|L and burning: taste, and becomes a neutral spirit I Ithe
Olive--011.-- Dccnd'ml' John P. K. Sn\ngC and lal wife to W. R. MOS E LEY, M. D. 0. G. Fir Esq.. Y I' market price will be paid in cash or groceries!: second property consists in an otly] mucilaginous

Martha Savage, reside beyond the'lilit8 Florida Griffin, OeorlO Messrs W.k J. BVPD, } Monticello,Fit, BROOME 4 HEIH. taste imparted to the Liquors, which renders it mellow
SUPERIOR article for Table use. Jnflt re viz: in the State of Georgia ( that February 23, 185 Col. E. E. BLACKBURN. September 15,1855 37 and imparts an of the third
A celved by AMES A LIVELY. they and plead, answer,or demur to the Corn.Ilainant's appearance great age ;
appear January 12,1858. 2 -- ---- is exhibited in the rich odoi-
----- -- -- -- property vinous nutty
Apnl 5, 2850. 14 bill at Uules to he held in the Clerk's office STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESSAT
that is to the render dist
of this Court, on the first Monday in August, 1R5G, NEW GOODS) BOOKS BOOKS BOOKS KKWrOHT.f tion from imparted the 'Genuine Brands Liquor which l@eible.ur
else the saul Bill xvillbe taken againstthem.
confetso ns
pro
Flower Jars. It is further ordered that n copy of this Order TOWL13 & MYERS received from New York, the PHE undersigned still carries on the above business These Oils are put up in quart bottles] each

I.A RG assortment of Flower Jars, various Sizes bo. published! for thi ee months in some newspaper ARE now receiving by recent tlI' ,JUST new Books: The Old JL in all its branches. Buildings well calculated for bottle contains sufficient Oil for making SOO gallons of

A Jut received and for sale byAMES ]lishcd: iu the city of Tallahassee.Done pub .. from New York,afaehiotiable Ullmtf'all1 Mrs. Ann S.Stephens, despatching! Wft ln3. D. LAUD liquor. Full and comprehensive direction accompany -

A LIVELY. and ordered at Chamber, this 14th of February and well selected I stock of and her former woik, "Fashion and Famine." The Newport. September2,1854. 35 the bottles. Price $2 per bottle.

Aprils, 18;a. 14 1856. Watclir.s and Jewelry, work exhibits unquestionable! power command of language E3y One bottle of these Oils (five in number) will
Blacksmithing.pHE be securely] packed and'shipped (with fbill of hiding)
J. WAYLES Judge. of gentlemen's gold hunting levers, 1 vigorous dt ription, strong passion and dram.
Sheriff's Sale first Monday in Ma February 16, 1856. BAKER gold Consisting levers silver lever hunting anchor, It-pine rif'1 In,1! atic force. Mv Fir.Season," a new novel 1 under the Undersigned have formed free of charge to any pArt of the country, upon the
receipt of $10, to the address of
of n1 wrt offi fa. issued 'font of the -:- ]uartier Watches ; Cameo, Mosaic Coral and s guise of an aut"bi') laphy. It is written with grace JL a co-partnership for the pur.
: oJ P. LACOUR
New Mean
By"irtte office of Leon County Court, Middle Ames &, L1'c1y, bosom pins In,1 earrings, necklaces gold and jet and l .auty, tp\rklts: with imagination anti! i is sustained I pose of carrying on the Blacksmithing March J, 18.56. 9-6m,

Circuit of Florida wherein Robert Mitchell is plain- TALLAHASSEE, }'LOlIA, I ses, bosom pius and lockets for hair and daguerreotypes throughout by"originality! of thought and expression. Business in all its various branches. Particular -
gold and hair bracelets large tment of Tavcriuo from tie pen of Madam George attention H given to Carriage and Spring Work,
I ;
tiff and William M. Maxwell is defendant I have Wholesale and Retail Dealers in ; ; i awoi Advances
Sand. Rose Clark Fanny Fern's last novel, together and! to Axles of all kind. of Vehicles. The on Sea Island Cotton.
fine diamond, and met laying
levied and thall for sale at public outcry, f plain, i uby, pearl g (>ny
upon expose ) : DRUGS AND MEDICINES. % at with Ruth lInn.""Fern Leaves," and Life and it convenient to the Stable of P. B. Bro- ADVNCES
before the Court.house door in the city of Tallahassee, cornelian finger rings ; gentlemen' diamond ; shop Livery LIBERAL made on Sea Island Cot-
on the first Monday of May next wil bin ]legal hours, Perfumery, Dye.t.u SurgicallstrumenL. J sleeve buttons, plain, cameo, onyx and cornelian ; I Beauties of Fanny Fern." Rose Clark uphold the reputation kaw, and special attention given to horse-shoeing. ,to Charleston by D. LADD.

the following described l property,to wit: The E 1 of Spices Snuf !, great variety of ttU I. flue gold, vest, fob and guardchains of this distinguished female novelist. It is Farming implement of every description done to order. New Port, NOT. 3, 1855. 44

the N E i Section 16, Township 1. Range 1, S and Oils, Vanishes Putty Manufactured Tobacco, seals. keys, gold and siver pen and pencil cases intensely interesting and churn the attention of the P. B. ROKA W.

:E. Levied upon as the property of eaid defendant and Gus W ure, Patent Mediciues, and gold, silver! and steel spectacles, gold and silver reader from beginning to end Abbott's Napoleon, H. B. FITTS. For sale..
Fine Fine Tooth, Pure Wines and Brandies thimble! complete, embellished with steel engraving begin Jan. 12, 1856. C-ly ,
and to be sold to satisfy said writ of 6. fL according Soap T A A SACKS SALT, in first rat order \y
Brush, for Medicinal, ning with the Emperor' birth. following him throughthe tlJJ
to law. II. T. BLOCKER SherilF. purpose, Fine Cutlery nud Guns. NoticeIS 8. 8. KNIGHT.
and, Baniohrnent His trials
Paint Brushes, Fancy Articles, Consulate, Empire I
; March 2g, 1855. 13 Garden Seeds, Fine Havana Segare. Dinner and breakfast knives without frkl knives and triumphs are related with great strength, and the I hereby given, that we shall make application September 1 1858. 35

Salt-Salt-Salt. They have -cently recfivec. 1 Laige and Ficshevpply and forks illett carvers and steel single, fine pocket style is unsurpassed by any American writer. Subscribers months after dale, to the Hon. Pro \te Court of I Garden Seeds. -

of every variety If usually kept by cutlery, 8ci'r and razors ; fke double to H.irper's Magazine are solicited. The Hamilton County, to be dismissed from the administration
SACKS of Salt for sale by artees barrelled laminated steel und stub twist guns, com- iu January with Dickens Little Dorret. I supply of fresh seed from Thorburn'.
begIns
(!druggieU. Planters and Physicians will always find year of the Estate of James S. Uosa,.late of Hamilton AFRESH
20 0 UODGKISS, POOLE, A CO. at this establishment a full supply everything mon guns, idiot pouchts <
-,. Noeiuber 17, Jeli5. 46' led, and on the most liberal terms. nee common powder flaski,,vcleinin: rods, Ely's cap aud February 9, If1M 6 AMOS CHESHlRE..Admfr. McNAUGHTiORMOm )
wud nnd materials for New Port, Jan. 12,1856.
wad, cutters, 3 l.
Orders from the Country promply filled and satisfaction gunslitL. ELIZABETH CHESHIRE Admfx

Groceries, Hardware, &c. guaranteed, with regard both to prices and quality. Silver and Plated Ware. Notice. Feb. 2, 18:6. 5

Orleans. Physician's prescription carefully compounded. Silver table, desert and tea spoons silver forks, soup persons Imving claims or demands against Planting Potatoes.X ;
York ALL
New and New
"1 Just rtceivcdfrom Also. Epping' compound Fluid Extract of Buchu. and cream ladles, butter and pickle knives, pated! estate of Coruelins English, dt"CPlAledlate of Notice.SIX 2 BBLS.Yellow! Potato**, iott landing!In fiat .r- 8tJer

and Extra Family Flour, Jan., It 6. 1 fork and waiters;castors, cake and fruit baskets Gadsden county, are hereby notified to present them months after date 1 shall present my accounts u and for ia.1. by

: SUPERFINE : and Crushed Sugar, epns tea sets and communion service, to the undersigned administrators, duly authenticated &. to the Honorable Judge of Probate of McNAUGHT& ORMOND '

Rio and Java Coffee. Wines, Syrups, &c. butter, sug.and cream dishes, chamber and parlor within the time prescribed by law, or this notice will Hamilton County for a final settlement as administrator New Port J D.1, 1858. --

Butter and Soda Cracker, Cider eandlcstick salt cellars, boquet holders, card and be plead in bar of their recovery. And all persons on the estate of De.iuis Doughtily, lata of said -

: Cider and White Wine Vinegar OLD Otard Brandy Old Sparkling Port Juice,, fower bssket and brittannia wae.lllcelaleols indebted to said estate are quested to make payment County deceased and ask to be d scharged from said Groceries. S

Starch, Soap and Rice Iort Articles. immetlinttly.WM. administration. JAMES. GEIGER. /COFFEE AyU
Cherries Sugar assorted Beaca Linseed aDd
Brandy Oil
Tobaooo H. 0 UNN, )i ,
aDd Ready and Fig Feb. 2 185G. 5
Jtough Sherry, Sardines, Ldie jeticules, eLlhels.! bxl partBerln JOHN O.SMITH, ] Aamlr'Qnmcy \J Whiskey,4ta., ctc. Ac.
Fine
cut cbewing" .
; Anderson Gelatine, Preserved Quinces, morocco port mouaies, MoNATJOHT ORMOND. f
irn eaet co March ll-8w
Sparkling 15,185G.
Superfine Black and Green Tea, : Flavorn Extmc Pears, rl beads, coral fcklace and armlet.jet braecltf. Spring and Summer Goods. New Port Jan. 12. 1839. i -

South Fbi uia Arrow Root Yent Powderl Tamarinds, necklaces, and bosom pms, napkin rings, Lair toth nilE Subscriber are now receiving their supply of .. _ .

: Gelatine-Flavoring dried extract Ac &e. Spanish Olives, Spices, brushes,hat reviver shell buffalo, India rubber and Wanted Wanted X Spring and Summer goods, consisting or Dry Circular Saw Mill

Pkkles, Apple Cam SUrdi, Pickle, ivory combs, china and wax dolls, razor strops nnd purchase 50 likely NEGRO MEN1, from 18 to Goods, Hardware, Groceries, Crockery, China and Agency.

: Burning Fluid. Worcestershire &ne, Salad Oil, I money belts, cigar cases, feather duster e. panor and JL 25 years of age, for which the highest price in Glass Ware, also an assortment of Summer Clothingall 'THE undersigned baa the agency for the> w. of

ALSO English Mustard, Capers, door bells, bonerni glass and china vase and baskets Cash will be paid. Apply to S. S. KNIGHT. of which they will sell at moderate prices. Herrick' Improved Circular Saw Mills" J.'

A larire assortment af Planter steel Hoe, Claret, Cocoa, terracotta vases and pitchers perfume bottles, March 22, 1856. 12 G. AJ.MEGINNISS. consisting of three sizes for 43. 48 and '62 or 64 inch _

:! Long Handled Shovel;Naila, AYE LIVELY. jewel 1 cases, centre suspension and side lamp!lamp ; March 22, 18M. 12-6t Saws. These Circular are decidedly the bet in ns'

Spade steel Rake and steel Fork, January 5, 185ft shades chimney and.wicks, violins and BookBinding.HA having several improvement over the '.Page1 or soy.

Stub and twi.t ebot Guns. banjos:tambourines, ac dens, clarionet, lute and procured the services of a Binder, we Circular & Upright Saws. other Patent rn pa. TL. oust ia about tsOO, $350 A
Plows I Plows I and strings, fine cologne various sizes extra .
-ALSO- fife, guitar vIln to do all business and $no for ,according to esrriaj*
; now prepared pertaining & CO and Welch & Griffeth Circular Saws
,
asortment of
and
:I. assortment of Heavy Hollow ware, LARGE h.', John Moore' Plow, No. 1 md 2, I perfumery, a general Toys. to that department on reasonable terms.MoDOUGAJ.J4 HOE and inch i Ac.. For further particular apply to .
An A and for isis) by Watche and jewelry repaired promptly and hi the 46, 48 52 sizes, on hand and for DANIEL LAOT:,
from A HOBBY. .
Ware t cte. lauding
Wooden < % M.to sale D. unn -
best manner. by l N'ewpoit5FlaNoembtr 1,1i%. 44
?& uJa by 0. J. YEG INNJ88, A UOR c ORMOND. I I Cctetxr 2 leU 4! March 1,18S8 t F.TV Port, NOT., un. 4* '
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