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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 17, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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EVERY'. SATURDAY MOn IriG. AFITION ., '. TEBMSTHBEEMIUES jtf Off iSCE. i
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BY JAl\tES_ S.'_ JONES: A. MAY 17 1856. VOL. vnr m :20.

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TALLAHASSEE The, Responsibility for Assassination I j Ex-President:: Tyler's Lecture on. the : [From Punch's Boilin Coirespondent.] 'Stampede U North a Ciroliia. r
NASH &
: MILES CO.. I Ii of Sheriff Jones in Kansas.We Dead ,of his Cabinet | Effect of Eating Horse .mu.&. Raleigh} ,Standard giw i *.,cheering indications I Il IlThe

FEM'AtIIDl1mY 'j I DEALERS, 11' I have seen nothing in criminal device On.the} evening of tho 25th ulL, cx-Prrsi- There i is a Professor in Berlin who has of tW prospects'.of Democracy in 1 :

oIILRev. !! dent 1''II'r delivered a lecture in Library been an eater of horse; flesh! for the last ten ;
seeks throw the the old North'State.: .Old lino Wligi by
DRUGS .. PAINTS i so cool as that which to responsibility :f
W. W. CWMers, A.,31., Principal, :' of the assassination of Sheriff i Hall, Petersburg, Va., on the Dead of our !I years. Two months ago he woko up his platoons are wheeling into our ranks. In : J :

H. B. Brown Teacher of Music.p MEDICINES (his Cabinet before crowded iencl'- i wife in the middle of the night by neighing I
51rs. : j B OILS&c.1 'I Jones on his own friends. Horace Jreeley : ( ) a :1u : loudly. The( wife expressed her nrprie, nnd t that paper ofihe.Qnd inst, we find UM (oh.
i The furnishes the
o- iTT'OULD inform their friends and the public.that leads off in this disgraceful attempt at d(> Petersburg Intelligencer the surprise made the Professor laugh; but lowing: J JA
REFER to lIon. M. A. Prcs't. Boird of J
Cl'p'l
Long following notice of the lecture
Trustees, D. C. Wilson, Eq, Gen. R. A. Shine, Dr.Miles j 1 T they have on hand a good assortment of suchartiele i tion and falsehood, as follows : : I such a laugh, it was a decided horse laugh I correspondent of the American Banner .

Niwli Hon..T. W. Bre\ard, Gov.J. E. roome. as are generally kept in their line of business, The shooting of Jones :Mr. Tler commenced with Hugh Swine I that elicited a response from all the horses at Edenton I i
j I and will be receiving regularly fresh supplies./ Their I attempt to fix the (a new paper just published )
:r The exercises of the Academy will commenceou 1 ton Legare, his Attorney General, and for a ; on! a neighboring cabstand In the afternoon '
terms shall be reasonable. j on the free State party will prove a total failI i I states that J. W. Alberta, Esq., of Perqui-; :
Monday: the 7th inst. Tallahassee tltL time acting :Secretary: of State, giving an account :1 his wife had the in
difficulty
5. 1856. 14 I April ,1853- 14. I! ure. As a body they totally disavow and : greatest getting won, has not changed his political opinions f I.!
April of tho in which he and
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I! i I condemn it, and wo doubt very miflHi whether I manner i! past a seed shop where'a quantity of oats and joined the Locofoco party, us stated bjr J .;
EDWARD M. WEST. South Carolinian first became .
J gifted acquainted I was spread out in the window for
DR. N. MCDONALD, 1
1 the person who fired the shot was a free : sale'-I the Raleigh Standard. Mr. Albertson was '
:! and Counsellor Law State It to and relating the prominent circumstances I Soon afterwards his hair (which is of formerly the Whig representative in the Commons "
MOXTICELLO, FLA.TiUeftd Attorney at man. seems us highly probable 1
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I of his life, during their official connection.A .- auburn) began to to a tremmendous
all (that the whole border ruffian I I grow from Perquimons. He'wiD in the :
with assiduous care, case en- thing was a 1
< t I '- TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. more accomplished scholar-an abler public and and
to theshape
"TILt I' I II : length, assume more more
theBanner's
of
to him. trick. It is not necessary to suppose that opinion correspondent, eat ; i :
Ph1scrt1u' I I Aprils, 1856. 14r cou sellor-a truer pl\triot-and a better of a mane. His face, too, was coveredwith
of Col.
Office adjoininj that I Jones consented to rna e a sacrifice of his ; I his vote for Fillmore and Donel.on.-.Ui1. J ;
---- ----- than the lamented did
March 22, 1S5G. 12-j5f DR. LEWIS i life on the altar of border ruffianism. Thei : man was Legare, not hair, and he gave great amusement lo mlngton Herald. 1 ::1
I breathe in his day. He in the ]littlp
was of Berlin
-- : ever way.orIi4y boys by appearing one
USS"WILUA i plan probahly was lint mnlly to hit }\\m.\\ or The statement of the Standard is true. lie I
: P. RESIDLNT DENTIST I I 'I or the honors winch were. oontprrplupon l 1.111.y In the streets with pair of blin _.. __. .. ..
j nt most to him slightly. lie came into n :it ..*n c.... ClIm; ..._ : T\ i *., t. ) J:
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. i: graze I him; and the nation had cause to mournover I ders. will cordially co-operate wiG the Democratic i *
:E 1L.IAtJFACTUJfl.U .
the that he had been fired
Ta1J.ahasf3Ce, i tent alleging at
tho bereavement which it sustained in Various other changes gradually came over I in the approachingcampamgn. Mr. Al ;
COVIEJTIN AJ) SIIIET i -- now insertlrgArtificialTeetb! on the 1 lout of doors, and perhaps it was intended to party 'i
OF
) __ : his early and melancholy death, which occur- : him. lie would start as if frightened nt" I the .
and with bcrtson slavery question i 3I
as \
IROVVAKK, \Vnor.F.s.u.E ANI!h RETAIL __ new improved principle, I have the soldiers as witnesses to the fact of : regards paramount
I continuous gums from one side to the I i ed suddenly in Boston in the mid-t of the the crack: of a whip, the scream of a railroad I to all other questions; and, believing _
Fxt'YXV JAIANXKDWARE. : : his shot That he should have "
DgALEIN PLAIN, other, without seam or crack, leading no place for thelodgment being at. been festivities with which the celebration of the whistle would set him off galloping nt full I the Democratic to be the only national party ,;

I of food, thereby rendering them }perfectly wounded so dangerously might; have been a : Bunker Hill Monument was mingled. speed, while the sound( of a trumpet would now in existence, and therefore the only organization I 1 1i

Slovc Head-Quarter j i life so as like to,def and restoring detection.the lie original will contour attend to of all the face calls, mistake or an accident." !' Mr.: Tyler next considered the characterand : make him prick up his ears nnd distend his I capable of upholding the constitution ,

A SPLENDID assortment trimmed Cooling%.)ith neatuess Parlor i in :Middle :Florida for :Full Setts. Those -wishing Full I., The whole thing a border ruffian trick," services of Abel P. Upshur, who under i nostrils:! in a most equine manner. ItVa! and saving the Union, he will act ace or. : ....
Jand Wood Stores, I' I
\ aud at reduce prices. i Setts can obtain all necessary information by letter. j quoth the veracious editor of the Tribune-! his administration, filled the offices sncces : noticed also that his cars of late had grown dingly. Mr. Albertson has recently been in :
durability : He will warrant in evciy instance, satisfaction, and : of of the and of State. : lln One he missed I t'
Out Door Work. i We will not look for language to characterize sively Secretary Navy considerably ( er. night was this City on a visit to his friends; and we are ;.
to suit the times. Term! Cash, or when, called I Ii
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prices W. (lihner who he found
Then he Poke of Thomas! and after considerable search was authorized by that gentleman himself to make .
Ornamental Front Heads, Guttering Copper I candor and truth
ItMlin : : for. so gross an outrage on ,
;
| of the and described stretched full the in the i <
his Secretary Nary, i at length straw
Sheet Lead, Sheet was upon this statement.
nn-1 1 Tin Conducting Pipes, J June 24, 18t>4 25 1 .
Zinc, LeI! Pipes, Patent Cistern Pump Shop\verk I ---- -- ----- but give the facts as they are stated IlL a let- i in a touching manner the sad catastroph onboard stable. When his poor wife approached him, We have further information for the Her- J i| :i

(If ereiy variety lone at .hort notice. I FLOYD & HOLLAND, | ter addressed by Col.! Win. I. Preston and i of the steamer Princeton, on the 28th : he began rearing and plunging in such a no- aid, in addition to that given recently of.prom. :r? '
CilJ' aiitl Country ;Itlcrc-liaiils i Attorneys at Law. Thomas M. Crowder, both of Virginia, to of February, 1844, by which Upshur and 1 lent manner that it was only by putting on inent Whigs co..oJ>f'rating with the Democratic : .

Aro respectfully! invited to give me a call befoic purchasing the editors of the Lecompton Union. These I, Cilmer; and Kennon and Gardner, were burned the kicking straps that he could be kept in I party: Gen. John Winslow! of Camber. '\
elsewhere I "VYTILL practice in the Circuit Courts!! of Middle into in and the : the still. Other curious ;
eterni y a moment, convivial least symptoms soon land formerly Whig Elector and at time tan
one
N. B. All articles manufactued from the very I T" T and West florida, and in the Supreme Court gentlemen were present, and witnessed thei I ;
fjp declared themselves. He could be induced
I of which prominent not
they were
bo8tmateri.il and) warranted durable. No other nrti of the State. Also in the District Court of the United i I party active 3d degree K. N., .is with us; and .. :
clt will be offered fr sahe.October I I States, in the Northern Pi-trict of Florida. ,I whole affair. membeis, plunged all at once into an abyss to keep on his boots ; and as it. was his voice will be heard and will tell in the .i

\ 20, 1S55. 42 R.J. FLOYD. Offlori Apalarbieola} Fla. They make the following statement: I of horror and grief which no language can found very uncomfortable to allow him to runabout pending contest Anti.Know Nothing meetings {

--- -- --- D. P. HOLLAND, Office Quincy, Fla. and Gilmer side by I the drawing-room barefooted he
: ] -Mr. EDITOR : In compliance with your request portray. Upshur were was have recently been held in CleaTeland 1 ;

Co-Partnership Notice. 1 Dec.. !!2, 1855. n -:51 -- _. -- 1; we give below a corrprt statement; of I side in the Cabinet ; they were side by side removed, and permitted to indulge in his eccentricities and Rutherford Counties, to appoint delegates t "
undersigned Lave this day entered into a eo- i -- - : on tho deck ot the Princeton, when the fatal only out of the house. He would ,.
THE DR. MILES II. NASH the immediate facts connected with the assassination I I II to the Democratic State ,Convention ; and i
:\ in thcWHOLESALE I i of Sheriff Jones. i explosion occured; they were side by side spend whole! afternoons in the different stable- I John R. Logan Esq., together with
OFFEKS HH PROFESSIONAL: bERVICES TO THE: CITIZLJ.: OTOFFICE many t
&, RETAIL I, TAI.I.AIlAf'SEE A.lI CaUOLDING COT TR'f. : Being in Lawrence on the 23d instant, we I in death ; and now, on the map of Virginia, I yards ; his favorite associates were ostlers I II Whigs in these two Counties, have rangod ,;I

DBUGaUSIN"ES: : !:\, i j j baw the peaceable arrest of six persons byI they are side by side in the two counties to |I and omnibus conductors; his favorite haunts, I themselves under tho Democratic banner.Mr. .- 1 1.
under the name and style of I which their names have been given. j the offices of the ciliragans and the most fashionable I
i with Dr. M. Xal llinllJ1cdiatctn'86toftlJe. I Sln-nfl Jones, with a detachment of United Logan is one of the most influential men j ::
AMES&LVELY.ThEY e. : States troops under Lieutenant:\ cllltoSJ.i ..- John (,;. Calhoun, Daniel Webster, and : : beer houses-; Nothing pleased him in the two Counties. His Card, giving his } .

-__ 0 I, May191855. 20 i Et'cry thing went oil' quietly till just before i John Spencer;; the two first of whom presided so much as to sleep( iiv-a stall. ; reasons for his coun.e, shall appear in the t 1

will be plea! d to sec; their friends t ----- ---- dark, when some men, congregated about in over the State Department, and the last | Alter a while his feet began to harden! and' Standard soon. A friend, who is well informed 1. t

and patrons! at the old ft.ind of D.II Aim'swheie :; T. J. M. niCIIAnlWiX. FLETCHER \\TITAKERIIICIIAHDSOX | different places, abused the pro-slavery men, ; over the Treasury, under Mr. Tjler, were : it was observed that a hard substance, not I as to the state of public-s timent in !

they will keep a full and general I & AVJIITAKEIl, General Pierce, :Sheriff:; Jones, &c. Several I the themes of his warm and grateful eulogy.All unlike a hor :e's hoof, was forming over them. i Mr. Clingman's District, writes us that hundreds i

__ __ assurttneutof! Article J appeitaiuinsj>. H. AMES to, their Receiving and Forwarding Merchants times in the evening we warned Sheriff Jones these distinguished men Webster, Calhoun ;t The same peculiarity became soon observable of old-fashioned Whigs in Polk, Rutherford i '.

line of business.: M. LIVELY. I (upon information being given us that possibly : Logan: Upshur, Giimer! :Spencer:; have on his hands. From this time forth he ;, C'leaveland and throughout tho west, .

January 1. 1AM. 1 NEW PORT. FLA. an attempt upon his life would be made) died bince 18-12: in a period' of thirteen years, refused to walk upright, and DUO frosty morning II have taken and will take the same stand occupied :

----.- -- August4th,1SS& 31 ; to be cautious circumspect With Lieu. a circumstance to vlncIi Mr. T\ler feelingly)' he was found on all fours outside of a by Messrs. Clingman and Logan. If : .

Notice. I' -----.---. '- tenant .Melnto&h, we, with a gentleman by ; alluded the close of his remarks. The lecture 1 farrier's shop, stretching out one of his feet the Editor of the Herald expects to carry ;

C IXr *.nths! after date. the undersigned,administrator late : DR. R. A. GARDNER, the name of Yates, went to the camp, intend- t was a chaste, classical and graceful pro- ;, as if he was anxious to fie shod. Since that the State for "Sam," he must look elsewherethan t

of I'J Leonn the estate will o'f present Violet his Hams final deeonsed accounts and 1 i his professional services to the citizens j ing to p3SS off time and spend the niht.-: duction, and well merited J\ic\ attention with ', period he has been put under the care of a I to :Messrs. Logan, Loping, Alh<>rtAon.

,oidi.rs 1., the.'u.l".f! Probate for slid: County and] OFFERS \ and) surrounding country. Office j Soon alter we had made preparations for : which it was listened: to, and the applause ( veterinary surgeon who gives but faint hopes I Ransom, Terry, Window CM ecu, and the t tII

ask to be discharsed. R. A. ShINE I dm'r. i i removed to the residence of Mr. John R. Crump. situation !i sleeping, :Mr.\ Jones came in and commenced which it receJM'd. :i of his recover)-. His face," he observes in Western Reserve?' t
i2-Gm formerly occupied by the late Dr. Jacob Eliot. written the I II
: memoir is .
Deccmher2 185.; : i a on subject, growing
7 I talking in regard to the arrangements for
i i February 16, 1856 DAn.-Tbe following !I month 'Tho i>r>oa T...' r-'i' __ *. I : "
1! "x :SiirRiiA; C.\J.!': : lomrec cierv Only In SeIC-DtteJlCf. !
the
the for the of : "ri "
night care prisoners
,
MEDICAL NOTICE. 1 1 line with the forehead the
: : the weather has beer. a straight ; ties
-1- A. PERRY AMAKER, Luui''ii.uu MeiiiK'bii::; .'11'. Junes, and one of uhl dish ot rlnme, on '
The of Rev.
War,18"e.
inordinate apologists
'' < trils have expanded to an size i Henry |
DRS. GAMBLE\ & J5ETTOX i A TV@i\rffi! 1f Gl l' {bEl "J us, (P.,) went a few pares: from the tent tog | st\' led Sheridan's Rhyming Ca'endar : 1 i 1and the mouth has stretched! itself nearly cher, Rev. Mr. Duttnn, professor Sillimsn I"
of While .
ItItCR their Profeitinal! Seni"1to the Pub- TALLAHASSEE. FLA. 't a glacs; water. so engaged "' Jamnry snowy, July moppy, : three times its former width. There is but
and Miss Dutton alarmed the 1
O lie. tT QffiC (opposite! the Store of )1<'6H\. i: May{ 21, 1S,3. 20 -nme peisons came up and inquired where February flow"", August croppy, 1 little doubt that in time nil traces of tho hu- ; Mary at storm ; i

: '". Scott, L Poole. "! --.- . ._- -- -- - Sheriff Jones was, and made insulting remarks ; :March blowy, September poppy, i i man: face dixine' will be walking about a pitiable i of indignation which their ruffianism has rail. f': t :

January51856.i 11l.1C'"II.RlI P. B. BKOKAW'S.LIVERY concerning his courage, when he (J.) April showry, (October) breezy, object, with a verifiable horse's head ed, now whiningly Insist that the Sharpe rifles j i "

cIIAR1.I. w. ftOWNzNG: : arose from the stooping posture he was in 1 :May Howry. November weezy, his shoulders At his to be used in self-defence."
T. BlR< nFTT. AND SUE, STABLE $ on present only delight f were only f
,
I I .;: and reniai ked, I More I am, gentlemen, ami' June IIUWI'y, December freezy.
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bit into his mouth.
&.DOWNING, is having a put To this the New Haven Register : r .
BIRCHETT : when in crowd I says
TALLAHASSEE: FLORIDA. again stooped, some person a i
I
I Whether the tiansformation will
ATTORNEYS AT LIW & AGENTS; FOR CLIIUSO. I i : (.tan ing near fired into the party, when the j Rev. Theodore Parker having received a : further it is impossible to say. One proceed fact, I His [Henry Ward Beecher] appeal to the i. l lI

:\ -190, Seventh SUvcl, I _.''HE Pr"prirtor"ouh his friends and) the inform i remark was made by P., Jones, you are 1 letter from an Al.ibarninn, calling him a I I however, is pretty certain, for all the most I congregation for rifle contributions was to ;S t ;
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WASHINGTON CITY. I : shot," and upon examination; it was found I ,1 d white-hearted, slave-stealing scound. aid in carrying out what with audacious impiety r .
pnl il if; that he hn rebuilt hill. _,_ j learned philosophers of Berlin are unanimous t
WILL practice before the Court of Claims, nnd I : large Brick Stables, at the ..M. !stand, and is now I that a bullet had pa-scd; through his pants I' rd." :Mr. Paiker says he never before had the point, that this singular absorption ho Raid that God ordained'-battering 1
upon
claims before Congress( and the sev'rral I prepared: to accommodate his friends and customers.., i without any injury. I the titlo of D. D. conferred on bun'en in i ol (the man in the animal is entirely owing to down or blowing up the fortresses of the con. t

Departments. He also has attached to hi- Stables! a good Blacksmith I! The party returned to the tent, whore, ; small letters. in for stitution itself like the rocks .at Sebastopol. j'

July 28, 1655. SO I 1 Shopvhere he will. have' have. I"L done all kindol)' i I when we commenced t talking about this dastardly I ..... j the pnictice perserved so many years The sort of self-defence that he talked about .
nothing but horse-flesh. The Professor
worK m I \LtclrINisVe I of eatinir
-- work Horse shoeing, ana carriage : SKWINC : mh'el'lIse'JIlg'
Plantation
R. H. BERRY i the very beat manner and with piornptncts<: and dis and hellish attempt be drunk at assassination intruded himself a. !! ers' :Sewing: Machines, but Snooks is right : i has been "n hipjHtpage to that extent was to give the contents' of the rifles to the t A t
to of the under '
pretending
mm Territory appointed : .
patch.November. : Snooks says the prettiest sewing machine I that he has all but become a hore' himself! governor '
Auctioneer and Commission I 5, 1853. 44 I into the tent!, in our opinion for the express he saw was about 17 years old, with The phenomenon has created the greatest the laws and constitution ofthe Union. Kill 1 "
!
MERCHANT. I and Harness- ---- I purpose of finding out the position of short ever sleeves, low neck dress and gaiter sensation in all the equestrian circles of the em' was his watchword, and the clapping oft f t '
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Carriages, Buggies! :Sheriff:; J Hlle He took a seat, when he was hands in all parts of the church testified th.- |
TALLAHASSEE, Fbv, Sept 29, 1 855. 39 I Ivv I hoe Prussian capital. I Horse I flesh, in consequencehas ;
For Sale by P. B. Brokaw.; I told by the fcheriff that the party had no use ts. I' fallen fully fifty cent. approval of those who heard him. It is i not- ; "

B. :ILLS: I Subscriber has just received n for him, when he immediately aro'e and left, 1 A female lunatic in the Utica Asylum is a per to be wondered at that *nch procf'eding&i i

Wholesale and Retail Druggist, THE large supply; of Carriages, I, and, in less than fivj minutes, as we were I lady of enlarged ideas. She talks of bccom- ; should have called forth the severe and Ire&.. t. i
between Austria and the United
II'II'XlWI'OUT which he offers Trade
FLOUIlJA. for sale the Buggies most reasonable, and Harness term", 1' conversing together, Jones fell, exclaiming, II ing the empress of the world, and using the : States. I ing comments of patriotic men all o/er the r

nnd I on 46 i Oh !" lie attempted to draw his knife and next rainbow for a waist ribbon.A I country, irrespective of their former political .
ORDERS: : from -hysicians Planters put up j November 18, 1854. : Vienna, (Mar 8,) correspondence! of the London Time i
greatest care. find the dastardly scoundrel-worse than a subscriber writes to a western editor, I I Idon't association ; or that Senator Benjamin, of tf .

February 2, 183G. 5 .. j A. FISHER I: fiend, who would thus, under cover of night, ; want your paper any longer,"-to : About two months since you were informed Louisiana, (an old line whig,) shtaU have : ,
between Austria and the
-- --- ----- -.--- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. i iT.U.LH.SSII attempt the life of a low-being! ; but the : the 'itor replies-" I wouldn't makeit i that the relations noticed them, in debate.We rejoice that 4
LIFE INSURANCE.THE which e ,
:, FI.A., I II wound was such as to prevent his rising at : if did its length I United States had not only greatly improved, New haven has already, by an unmistakable' i.
I longer ; present
you
LIFE INSURANCE CO any between them
NEW-YORK TILL practice/ in the Courts of the Middle District all. The shot came from the hind part of i suits well. but that something was passing Vote, wiped out the fonlfpot from her fame : "

ACCCMW-ATED: CAPITAL.?I,000,000.' '\, \ and in Thomas County, Ga. the tent, and was aimed at the back of the I me'erJ' which was kept from the knowledge of the which these proceedings l had placed there.- t

THIS -Company issues policies! on the lives of J2g-! Office in the Capitol, 2d story! immediately shciifT. We have no doubt ourselves that the F. Randolph writes to the In- public. The mystery is at length cleared up. The infamy instead of resting oat tkis oonu- t
for one or more or for the of the : Court. rEdward Commercial
years Clerk Austro-American
persons the room of the Supreme rascal An Companyis *
over whole matter was concocted-the I I munity, or the: State, has bc. n repudiated in
THE MUTUAL SYSTEM. that
whole periou of life, ON 21,1855. 29-ly I telligenccr, from Iowa, a granddaughterof about he formed and the Ministerial
dvidcnds declared to the insured on policie issued. -July- __--- _ hired for the express purpose assassination; Gen. Nathaniel Greene is now an inmateof to the spot where it stuck, aauk'now only clings t

for life.PLINY E. BARNARD JI, and that there are many persons in Lawrence the house of Dr. Geo. M. Hinkle, of Deca. the Austria establishment explains, that will be the to principle aim direct of to the skirts of those who attempted to dib.-. !
a
FEEEMAX, Actuary.-JJoiuns FBANKJ.IN; Pres'tC concerned in this matter, who areery desirous in that state. Her father John open grace us.! }
WILL CONTINUE THE behind this foul tur county, trade between the United States and Austria,
Applications received in Tallahassee: by to shield themselves I Neville Greene, left five children, who are orphans : iSzIoc&INGAFFAIRAT

January 19, 1856. B. C. LEWIS. DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS, and dark scoundrel, unwoithy even the name and destitute. The grandchildren of "so that there lor- agency shall ,no warehousing longer. be. such, occ.."heavyexpenses it. I .. HAKPZK'B: FKBR.- i; ,;

AGENCY tiT THEETNA INSURANCE CO W AT TilE OLD STAND, BIGX of a devil. the man who was second only to Washington need hardly be said that the Austrians wishto A correspondent of the Baltiroorn Sun, writing .

1 THOS. M.\ CROWDER, in the( services rendered to his country in I import their cotton, coffee, &c., direct from Harpers Ferry;.V4oy gives tfce'ps 1
t CAffTAL,.?500,000. WM.: I. PRESTON.LECOMFTOX .
the charity '
the revolution, are dependent upon from instead of them ticulars of a shocking tragedyresulting:in"' ;
J uD enngned. Agent of the above Company. OF THESOf MOKTAE, K. '1'., April 24, 1850. America getting sec
,
r TIlE receive Applications for and make insurance We confident that the assassin of strangers for their daily bread. ond-handed from Liverpool or London. No. the death of a young man named AlKaon, 1
P. S.
t against! loss by Fire.on Brick and Frame Buildings, are Jones in thing has yet been openly said of a Treatyof whose father keeps a tavern there, and aman\
Clinton and Monroe struts Tallahassee. knew the exact position of Sheriff
Corner of Aor.n GRo.-Thc Shrove- named Joshua Ingle. Some difficult
r Furniture,Merchandize; ,tc. DEATH OK AX: Commerce between Austria and the Uni. previous ,
3 B. Q. LEWIS. January :19, 1856. 3 the tent, for had he shot at random anotherof last had occurred between them and Sat :
January.. 19,1856.. : ... ._ I Jone's I port Democrat, of Thursday says : ted States, but there is a strong impression ty on- ;
LONG-- -&-GI.BRAITH- I JOHN W. EVANS, us might have been in Sheriff pres- .. We have to record, this week, the deathof on my mind that at no distant period one will urday evening last while Ingle was standing:

ATTORNEY AT rAW, ent position.'F. probably the oldest man in Louisaqa-the be concluded. Can it be that Austria is endeavoring near the door of AHisonVUwr ,'t-th. sew ad.vaneed .. r
ATTOJtEYI AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.MA. M. C.W. known Dr. and :with of kind
imXBRIDGE, C.r.O old black man Jim, usually as to play ofl'the United States against a weight 'some'
.LONG &J. B. G.\.LBRArrH have muoci- I. P. morning the 19th struck Ingle avioJentblow over fhabra4i ,
prompt attention to all business en Jim. He died! on Saturday England ** f
( themselves in the practice of Law. They WILL give to his care,in the Counties of Thomas, Mr. Buchananthe instant, aged one hundred and twentyfouryears flicting a wound which Itft : tope oPbw-rr.. .. f
xrill attend the Courts in the Middle Circuit, the Supreme ( A resolution granting Perhaps, remarks the Savannah Journal, it
Court and the District Courts of the United Decatur, Baker Daugberty, Calhoun, Early and Clay. t"ree months and twentyfive days covery. Allison was tat once arrested.Ilia.' ,
I Hall in Philadelphia
States at Tallahassee. February_17. 1865. 7 tf *' use Independence He was born December 24, 1731, in Fred. is tho United States that is attempting "to father however gave bail the sum-of-$500for .

Office opposite i the Court House. Just Received.--- -- --- -- on the occasion of his reception! by the citizens erk-ksburg, Va., as the slave of Capt John play off" Austri against England, by carl). his appearance on Monday::'morniag. ] !f

October.. 28, 1854. IT Gumra nnd Currant Jellies, Prunes- of that place, gave rise to a rapid political Carter, who served as an officer during the ing out Mr. Baylor's scheme of establishing Ingle's case being a desperate one;. oSwi ]

-' GHT.AUCTIONEER I LEMONS !!, Pickled Oysters, Brandy Peachcs debate in the Cemmon Council, and was Revolutionary war. Jim was the body.serv. a continentaldepot for cotton in oppositionto day:young Allison ww re-arreftfedi 'a&oorn ; 4

s. S. :! cs, Preserved Lemons Oranges,Pine Apples and Gin vote cf 33 to 20-that ant of Capt. Carter and others through the I Liverpool. That an arrangement of this veyed to the county jaifj afc Chariestown, a" :

&. COMMISSION MERCHANT I per. Green Gage Marmalade. Lemon Syrap, RospEerrr rejected by a party and Democratic whole period of the Revolution, was well acquainted kind might be, and should be established,mutually I bout eight miles dhtanft He bad beeD.thntt- F, j 1
(10..Pine A pple do., and Gingerdo. the relative Know-nothing l
do. Strawberry being and of but
FLOKIDA. Fresh Salmon.Lob-Oer Haddock with Gen. Washington most advantageous to the cotton growers of a few minutes. wWny. with a


Sept.emb.erl,1865.TALLAHASSEE, 05 ., Raspberry flallibut and Vinegar Shad. Assorted Pickles!; Scotch strength. In the Select Council, a the other distinguished generals of the war, the Southern States, and the cotton Manufacturers known to be in his possession; the, treforto-

Ale and, Porter. similar resolution was lost in the same man was at Yorktown and witnessed the last decisive of the North of Europe, has been nate young man blew hb own- btBmouti.

WILLIAM SCOTT, 30,000 flflvflfla CignrM. ner. Tlits is playing the political game "/oirdoirn" struggle for independence.HOW our belief for years. Poorlnghe djd; notch.1I1 tIll i Siaiday.night-

TMONTICELLO LAW AMES &: LIVELY.' As maybe appo <*d,-&. ahaprodcedt. ;

ATTORNEY January 6, 1856. 1 _ _ Ma. FILLMORE .RESPONDED.. AFTER: deep excitement through the, entire.ntighbar-
FLA.Jidy2l,183. j v There Banks in the United
are seventy-one
lork
1 GARDEN SEEDS. A POLISH SKTTLEMENT IN TEXAS.-One HIS lilTJATIox.-The Albany (V..ew ) .,.hood. .
SO 1 jan FRESH of
million
Journal that the ex.President States having a capital a dollars .
says
:GROWTH OF 1855. hundred Polish families, mostly farmer,have Evening each. The Bank of Commerce al .
order in or more, '
DILWORTH ..was; initiated into the know-nothing WASHINGTON April 39.__IBa* Cwnt of -
WILLIAM S. ,
; Flat Turnip, Cabbage. Beets, itc in Karnes Texas, near the New York baa the n'"melv
Baga, settled' county, his library, and it was so stated at the largest capital, .
Law RUTA t received, : private five millions of dollars. The Merchants' Oaimr hay.: d ei4e Attorney .and Counsellor_ at > AMES & LIYELY. San Antonio river. The Texan says: time. The Journal adds: The brother who

MOOTJCELLO FLORIDA.W January 6, 185, 1. They are quiet but energetic people confirmed the' degrees and imposed the obligations Bank of Boston is next; having four millions, interest on the East FIorSd- >&..... .

fast, andHJiave in Mr. F.'s library concluded the ceremony The Bank of Louisiana, New Orleans" incurred'daring the years lW2Ji: *':t$ =-- '
acquiring our language
are
Per Win. R. Pcttis they will make Presi. comes nearly up to the game,mark, $3,993- '
by saying, 'This you lodge S however of the Middle CirTOft aro, :
tb Courts
fa including
*
ILL practice built quite a city, :
already The American
.sod. Lownde ConnlT, Ga. FROMNEWORLEANS.ACASn8 op dent of the United States,', to which Mr. Fillmore 000 capital. Exchange and. aDd '
aodThooui
12-ly Side and Shoulders. 1 Pa large-and beautiful church that is now fin. responded 'I sincerely hope BO."-Ex- Metropolitan Banks of New :Yoik have each 'a rehearing oraa1been as .
\ ,
h $ .:hrpc. hiV) 76 Bbla Extra Family Hour ished." change. three million{; and the New Orleans Cans,, granted. The amount at Bjfertlwv. : lTd'
.
GI,41iwktto: Led, A.e. 100 '" Superfine become incorporated and Banking Company, and ''tbe. Bunk of, over ,5goQO.:; ":
SAM( HOUSTON.-Letters from Washingtonstate This will 'doubtless : ........ .' I
1BOXE8 Window OllM,MOrta MM*, 100 "60 Rectified Whkkey into the ceremonies of know-nothings in ini. Charleston., C;, have: 'about the asnea- .

2' OO ..EegsWbili L ad.! ,par*. extra& No. 1., 25 25' "" Me Prim. Pork-" confidently that this gentleman i i. to Presi.run tiating new'members.-, The new made lantemite mount. Ob-:: The. .Or.gcQ-In'dkft. I.sr"," so fe las, '
the '
8 barrel flzedOiI. 6. Syrup; as an independent candidate for will be assured, ""This will make you.. cost the"tnltedState*' 9lX3jm.
,
I 6LwdOil,: that Sheriff Jonet Dead. .
.4 Lwd, We have,seen no movement in sheriff,or : '
5 'dency. constable policeman, city_attorney,
VO Zioo Paint, 03Coui rfcU' *5D bS % State,
Keei
CHlC \fay7.-The Platte .\ *.
*
'Rice county.
1 20 pMkage* 'Fire-proof Taint, ((1,"'.. and | trols.) 6" direction, e'oer t on:the I part 'bYs* ), bimseif.,. associate justice," as the case may be. The '
Hbda of tbe 2d thai Sheriff. "'Jo... who Biiuk ?.
Varnish. 5 Sugar "I sincerelttoDe gas, sa.ys ; _of Cbyfeston S. C are :a:cUcu: &-
-p* *rnsh Train'01,1, bbiCopkl friers\hey'bave\ not sUowuthemselves. know-nothing wilreply\ .
5'Boxes Star audlca. I If he has \ : yet 'C.
SplriUTnri; uliwiuLrfllaDdat retail any: J"T was sUoi, at Laurence Kansas, is dead. tion.fl .
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:: louto.TALLA{ << t : (L : : ,vls Mr. ,Fillmore' _. a Know' Nothing.We The Savannah_ .Ge !i2! "..... 0 The Amerlcal.JUow, Nothing. Party an otter ;want c1 u
t jou: \ I WbtbefrProspects t; political 1 .t secure the
attention of anti- This Journal for werksdjfecontinued,
; big leave'focalI some 2DC
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- ---- ,- .- :. : } { Nothing in jhia Siate, to the ..bL4 Leen.unHedtbt, ,! Q. .eteoing-Joarnal, ''JMr.: .Editor : tl:may not fee Impertinent to. support. ?" 31.pp.
1' I IL Fill&re .ntI" thM
$ ; Mr.
laril| of ,
". i J i [ ;: j&rticlk transferred fro0' tli'Knox... aid b th'papers'are najv jm i ishep1 ,unttertho L Consider breifly the'alwer t th above in'' r.

) 1'- t.1. ; !: Whig, edited by4P ion Rifowtilow, of :jsjjjle! :) bf the Savannah Daily Georgian
Saturday, May IS -.1 )) ; greasy Done1s.n ". ot t6 net.r';ahd.lhe ac !. ?.&r. Hilton so well. known" 'in.., this- State" mcricn, is indeed the only true, American ; ; for IJ& 1in, 1 serve as a,

: ... "' ,i leader of.the know,Nothing par. .itlieperfect, geatleraaiv and" forcible writer, ..party of iho country', timed ii'aroncc becom, :l*Yor'iJui of that

DEMOCRATIC TICKET- in Tennessee. will preside over the editorial department the duty of every American citizen to unite South they say take thcandidate's

I Lo, here I stand! See Brov nlow smile I assisted by Mr. S. P. Hamilton. The con with, it and secure its permanent: and perpetual and let the platform slide," at tfie

FOR GOVERNOR, He waits the while. north, it is urged that the platform concedes '
impatiently solidntion: of the two papers gives the new assendency. Butif on the other, should,

MADISON S.; PERRY, ( ) To jump and Through yell in all Black Tennewec Hawk! style' issue a very large circulation in Florida. turn out to be a wolf in sheeps clothing, hy. o every thing they have fdeiired, and tbat Mr.

OK ALAC1ICA COVTV.FOR Dtar 3
", On greasy meDOlrl301l.; -' i" Jndpc Hawkins Accepts the Nomination or practice, then it is equally importantto consistent repudiate i ii afrwJrd" This,"'
Many Whigs, who abhor the principles of ,
COXGttESS, 1 inclined to It will be seen by tho letter below from tho country that its true character sh&uld -is quite an ing iius co ) catching
Know
Nothing party, arc sup from
votes
Judge Hawkins,, addressed to Messrs Ward- be exposed in such manner that the masses opposite
that I axtremes.HAMILTON.
: GEORGE HAWKINS )Ir. Fillmore, under the impression I '
law and Smith that he in understand its and fix .
: has nevcrjoined the prosciij.tiveorganiZfl Pope accepts may hypocrisy, uponit .
: OF JACKFOX: corsxv.
I handsome and terms the nomina- the of their disapproval, so effectually
j, appropriate stamp Our N .
.
tion, and, consequently, if he becomes a can w.Jork'orrtSpDdence. -
I tion for Congress, and conjunctively with the as to save the country from the consequences I, The May ,
win will have
Our patrons discover\ an improvement I ate for the Presidency! no sym :
.. I the of I other nominees will give the State a thorough I! of its triumph.[ The only legitimate Week-Our.Public Schools, 4.C..
for principles i .
in the of the Floridinn 4'$ Jotirnzl ; ) or encouragement '
appearance
I l3rovuI : canvassing between this and October next mode ascertaining the true charact and; NE\V YORK, May 5, .
In-, the substitution of nev and different order.Vliat a delusion :Mr. I ,18.
j ,,,.. who boasts of Know Nothing in I Col.! 1\''TJ't) letter of acceptance has not principles of an individualis, to measure tntm' The unfortunate denizens of thia Metropolis \
I
lilieral and unrestricted sense of the }been, recl' vel. b hit acts ; and tho same rule applies to are just now in a s ate of the moat disagreeable
I
most
length! of the columns!, making an increase of i I < .
of Mr. Fillmore's sworn :1111.II parties and associations of men. Let us then doubt, dust and confusion, growing
leading matter amounting to a column or I speaking
with the order : MADISON:\ C. H. April 18, 1850. J i review breifly tho history and conduct of the I out of tho abomination, of desolation set up
,
more. We shalFissue proposals in our next says
for a campaign nper, nnd .shall, expect our ,I II "To come more directly to the point, tho lion. GT.OKOE: S. HAWKINS: I so called American party and see how far it I in every third house by .the annual May morn-

I should! be, is Fit more a Know No I Marianntt Florida comports with our notions of National political ing. This periodical overturn begins in earn
friends to aid us in the effort to give it a very :
I ? Mr. Fillmore was in Rome in Janu fidelity and patriotism. est about the 28th day of April, and lasts a '
general circulation, in Florida at, least.: "last, and, in company withlr.: Jewett, DEan SIR : We have: been appointed a
J I Foote and young Cass, attended the committee to inform you of your unanimous It is a significant fact that the defeat of week. And such a week. Only imagine

LAND UJC<-EIVER.-Wu have been requested : i I of the Jesuits, as any other I Ameri nomination I by the Democratic State Convention Gen. Scott" in 1852, was the signal for two or thro; thousand parts and wagons, with

to state that :Mr. II. Bond, the successor : i : would have done if they had been there. as its chosen candidate for a seat in the disbanding the old whig party." From that a dozen persons interested in each, toating

to J. W Argyle, deceased\ has been qualified', : I :\1 r. (sass, the American :Minister, who was moment we hear nothing more, from that household furniture of all descriptions, from
lower House of Congress. Feeling confi-
ami L now cngeJ in the discharge of his I Minister to Rome by Mr.:\' Fillmore, tho brocatclle and rosewood of Fifth
'-' '-' :: ) both tlout that ill not ilecliuy I once powerful political organization, but by avenoo
I'IIImOn'llh \\
a pujition so!
I <&\o<> n jwirlv tU ;\1 r. : & u.i." you !:
....1.1: ,1..ti..... : ; I dIed om to the dirty pine of tho Fve
and For all this, the dirty it without
-- -- : proper. flatteringly offeredand, equally confident that involuntary consent passed away Point;

The domination for the Presidency. : :\ I papers of the country are crying I the cause of Democracy will\ not suffer in I a struggle. With the defeat of their standard with all the confusiOn of moving out while-

The Convention which assembled It Madison 1 : ; "Making: a Lion of Fillmore at Rome"Fillnore : your hands so long as you are its standard bearer, the leaders deserted their colors, and others are moving in, collissions of tables and:
Catholic in
!
in April last adopted a series of resolutions J : I enjoying preaching temper, breaking of pier and
'' bearer take in for nil and still if glasses patienae
I Olni' -"Fill more nominated by men sworn we : pleasure performingour a season was quiet as no
which have: met the concurrence, not of <4< scratching of fine furniture and faces, smashing
I proscribe Catholics, &c. All this is not duty and beg leave to subscribe ourselves party strife had ever disturbed the equinimity

tho! Democratic pr.ity't alone, hut in like manner j I tl'nt withrr.: Fillmore's position as I of our political horizon. of crockery and craniums, blacking of

of many intelligent old Tine.., Whigs" :. I! candidate of the American party. Very respectfully, But like the stillness which precedes the bedding and eyes, tearing of carpets and Goat ,

within! the bowlers of this State. _Among : !I We assert, and we know troubles whereof in Unllalo we Your obedient servants, storm, this state of things was destined to be ; and choking with the Uust, disturbed for the
) that during the ,
theso! resolutions i is one endorsing with great ; t : 1;I Mr.: Fillmore resided, several years B. WAUDLAW, ) of short duration, the defeated leaders and : first time since last moving day, or, what Is

emphasis the administration of President : < o, between the Americans and the F'o- B. C. POPE, Corn. I disappointed expectants, having failed to win worse, drenched by A north-easterly rain,

Pierce; and having been a member of that I i \lr. Fillmore was a member< of the CARAWAY SMITH.MARIANA ) ,I in the open field of honorable combat, had only which seems to take malignant pleasure in

Convention made use of the opportunity I >iiiiic\v: LiuuiM:, which was formed to i and b make
: : : i I retreated to some place of safety, that they pelting your person property
to ascertain the sentiments and wishes of the ; the native citizens: against the airgrcs- : May:\ 3rd, 1S50. have and leisure to draft I work for doctors, and cabinet makars. This
iun( of foreigners :and unnaturalized citizens. i might quiet a new .
delegates generally p ctinci the action of I: : Fillmore was also a member of the Or- GnNrLIEN-A: temporary absence has programme, provide themselves with more I is a faint picture of a sad reality ; reality

the approaching Cincinnati Convention' in j (' of United Amcricdns' before he was I prevented a more speedy reply to your com I i powerful armament and fully equip for the which is over for this season. Kbe out of

the! selection of a candidate for the Presi : : idl'nt of the United States. His whole i munication.The i I every ten have solemnly sworn that
I contest to come off in 185G. The first indication mo\'er

dency.We. of conduct while President shows that i nomination for Congress tendered me I given of their movements was seen in they will not move again; a promise that

are proud to sav. that the Con\"t! >1Jtioll : ], I! ure/ the, lie was present thoroughly American imbued party with was Ame or- I in so complimentary a manner I accept with I the mysterions and astounding results of local eight of the nide will break next Spring. J

was a unit upon this subject, and invested : / : ; principles.) the most grateful emotions, arid while duly elections-men whose names had never yes ask why so many people move e"e

beyond :tll cavil, a lu-aity preference for the I j j ice Mr. Fillmore's retirement from the appreciating the deep responsibilities incident .1 been heard of as candidates, were elected by I May in New York, I can give you. no better

present Irhief Magistrate! the Deinociatic i\l..ncY, he was initiated( into Council 177, I to the honor conferred, I hope I shall not be I I reason than that it i the custom."
I New York, and took the three degrees of overwhelming majorities, regular, party nominees -
nominee for the presidency[ which indication! : I I I
: found of the I called
trust confided The Week" it is
: unworthy
high; ; tome defeated Anniversary as ,
were utt.rly by
; .! Order-took the utUhs of the party: if the I opponents JI
would have taken the form of a resolution in- : I '. please-and, if again elected to the by the united Democracy: of Florida. I wholly unknown to thorn ae such, until the commenced on Sunda}', when half a dozen

btructing their; delegates to act accoidingly; : ] ;i as we are confident he will be, The coming contest will be fraught with : votes were< counted and the result made annual sermons were preached, mostly by

but for an indisposition to hamper them with i is; just! the man to carry out his engage- I I clergymen from abroad. The Society
] i t'; e most vitaj consequences. The problem of i known by the figures. regular
"
restriction-: which might have been (!h -(truc- and to comply with his obligation! :
}; self-government, the bai i.. of our institutions! I Theso results took tho whole b ; meetings will continue for about two weeks,
live of harmony and good fl.'diugwhen in : ; No one will venture to contradict the cor- ;! country )I
: I j I i3 to be solved, and the stability of those! in. during which time some twenty anniversarieswill
convocation at Cincinnati. The Floridadelegates > ; (' of this statement.! Mr. Fillmore has \; I surprise, and so complete was the management I
ititutions te tC'd. The struggle will involve i be held. The most important are the
that for a time it was impossible to determine

actuated much their .' been with st-crttly nIh Ii-
as by own predilection : charged having
i I he existence of our hitherto gloriou I meetings of the Tract SocetJ., Bible Society,
very from what the
eminated. -
?:, as the well understood \\i-hea (if f with tho proscripti\e order, anJ he has i! party movement
; ; ; i i Union, for that must cease to be, when i ij : The of this I Missionary Society, Colonization Society, AntiSlavery -
success new organization -
their will denied i the
political constituents, cheerfully j! either directly or indirectly, |!
ceases to have for itsbasis justice and equality ; Society, and Unin.i .
that it carried thousands Congegational
cast tlu-ir votes for Franklin Pieice, M> longas : i ?nticitv( of the statement. It remains unonlr.uicted I was so unpamll'led
the several States under the i These annual bring our eity
(f rights gatherings
there is of his nomination : i Then how among of sound conservative men upon its resistless -
; in 'I
a hope ; any shape1. can ;; h
'! Constitution. !, a great number of clergymen and professors
The! Florida look in the : ( for Mr.:\ current, who perhaps never reflected
Democracy spiritof Nothing.Whigs vote Fillj i j the
of most diverse views and faith and
caIIllia'i.I This equilibrium} is sought to }be destroyed for a single moment upon its ulterior designs, provoke
hone ;pride and hope to the nomination ) without a sacrifice of principle and can- !, I
f diverse
-. /*:-_:_....A: .*f ri\ t> Pi.*r*.a t|U.JIILO ,Il'1 1 f I I ) or act hypocritically f They must do Ijy parties at the North, embracing all shades or devoted an hour to an investigation of the among our newspapers uan.

regard liiry as n statesman, eminent in :-:( '! ; or th- other./ It mil ,lhc.oil:4n ,.r ,,njira]; ] omnions. but nil ultimate consequences to result from its tri comments. With the people'who lo on, it

*'ice, faithful in trial, national in Fcntimcnt, : I agreed and united in one sentiment, hate and umph. The merit of great skill and tact maybe is :period peculiar interest.I .
Indians in Levy County.S'e ,
democratic in principre; and what i i- otjiiallv' ; I >pp.jsition; to the principles of Democracy.Jur .- I justly! awarded, its original founders. Few am told that there.is a committee from
\ have before stated that (; '. Broome i
; : ( 0\ brethren in that section of the Union have I Charleston, S. C., in town, examining into
important, and nil important in the present [ plans ever been better drafted or more
!: ordeied Capt.' .\.1. T. Wright, with a dt' I the
of Public Schools
conjuncture of affairs, possesses the confi- I actuated I by the mo-t comprehensive patriot- successfully laid, than that upon which theyset working our our modes
: !
to proceed to Levy with !!
county ism, discarding all sectional considerations and had teaching, style school architecture, equality
lence of the whole countrv. His career has i I out, they possessed the patience and

}been marked alike by consistency;: of depoitmenr '! ] I to make. thorough examination j disdaining to become the dupes of reckless I ski to work out their} schemes 53 first adop- of text books, &c., with a view of improving .
the (;ulf Hammock and all other
j
suspect- the schools of tho South.
purity} of life, and by a never failing! : | politicians or converts to false philanthropy} ted it would require but little prescience to We are justly!
I and should he find Indians j japturc
; to
pl-iees, of Common
Schools
and invite the
proud our
ability and stability to which few men in the : I and, religious intolerance, aie preparing boldlyfor predict the result. But the leaders thcmsehcs ,
: or distroy them, &c.Ve are now I
claim. has I the fight with their! and astounded I closest scrutiny into their principles, or Principals -
Republic can justly lay He been opponents ours at their own success, became restless
I
make the I I
fiom
': to following extracts and '
the unflinching! enemy of !fanaticism and }big- j in defence of the Constitution, and as an in- I lest the party should get beyond their operation.
official of ,! of the Gth }
Capt. Wright
reports I
I As for mode of its
olry in all their forms, presenting a more honorable ; [ : j I cident and a result, he rights; of the Sou'h. I immediate and absolute control, and hence our teaching, great measure -
!? : II of is sufficient
success a comment. Our
record in this regard than any other ::; j I Let us profit by their example-let us pro- j their real designs, (self :aggrandizment) bo I
I have made an examination: for Indian: J, noble school edifices also speak for themselves
man north of the Potomac. For these rca- !| I ',i &c., ill this (Levy) county as far as: my :;I pent a united fm,omit to opposition I from any defeated at last. Their rituals and political I I and our text books are selected with the,

sons he i is the choice of a large majority of ;: ': and a proper regard for the safety of j i quarter and victory is ours. Let us invoke dogmas all at once became too simple, it was I

the people of Florida for the position he now '!' men under my command would permit. j the patriotism of those who may differ with not enough that the Federal Constitution greatest care from works which are generally
:; 'in that examination) made: !by scouting in I the result of the experience of the ablest teachers
fills. : : should be
1 I us on minor and non-essential points) of political acknowledged by the order, and
I : between: the (iiilf Hammock and swamp I in the country. The furnishing of textbooks
Rain and Crops. 1! r the .)UWWllel', I, as well as the officers of I creeds, for it cannot be denied, that the those wishing to join "it," as the supreme for schools has come to be extensive -

Wo havo liad through this region of country i! ( I detachment! under my command" are fully i great and absorbing' principle in the coming: I Ii I political authority of the country, and to renounce I and most profitable branch of a very the publishing

I : :) cd that the Indians arc in this: county, i! struggle is, slavery. It is war on tho South, I all allegiance: to any and every other
within few several refreshing
a days past, business in this A numberof
in considerable fOI'ce:1.s their' I great
i sign can who political: and but ciJ.
I i and let every one loves his cour.trvask power authority, new and
showers, which were needed to resusci- I ; (- found in every direction in the neighbor I V I the most substantial Publishing Houses in

late the drooping condition of the vegetableKingdom. i ( of this place, (:Martin's Island.) The i Ii himself, which is tho party most likely! to I Ipro'e additional conditions were imposed by every town are largely engaged in this branch of

The air is now cool and bracing, :' I II and public manner in which they! leave efficient and! successful in resisting the I I pretended convention, or council which assemble the the trade, prominent whom are the
trails and the number and 1 size of them it. The I to doctor their rituals and decree among
communicating health}) and "igor'to the bodv, j I : ( I assaults upon/ response is plain-let I vp Appletons, who turn out school books by tho
i i iI mo to suppose) that they are in sufficient further dogmas for the of the
j I that espouse be the guide to his action, and government
and cheer to the mind. The
growing ; :
crops make them careless of They excel-
I to : discovery cargo. are just issuing a very
Hence
; let it not be that in the De- party. thousands who became members -
are represented to }boin a gratifying stale of \ i pursuit.' >if # forgotten, case lent text book called Cornell's High School

imjiro\etnent, authorizing the prediction that I "I on yesterday/ discovered' a trail, made. I mociacy are borne down in the conflict, the of the order under tho simple conditionsfirst "
Geography, accompanied by a"
in the of that day that elected imposed and with the most solemn assu- Compn.
the yield of bread-stuffs the present ,year will ) : morning by at same Congress an abolition ion Atlas the
.1 i t 15 or 0 Indians. This; trail was within with if not facility raticcs that these" contained and set forth by same author. Te
Speaker) equal
greater
exceed that of the may)
greatly previous one. I is
1 or it miles of this place) ; on the edge of the elevate a Black Republican: to the Prcsi- the entire objects and aims of the order, when I II a duodecimo of something more thl 400
!
I ;uhf Hammock, ) and leading into it. In addi I pages, containing numerous and appropriate
Hon P. Herbert subsequently called to subscribe
I !i dcncy.In upon to new I
to this trail, on same day we discovered illustrations. is divided into

This; gentleman: one of the Kepresenfatives ] open trails in the vicinity of the Su- I conclusion, I will add that I most cordially conditions and additional pledges wholly incompatible !I Mathematical I and Descriptive,

from California, who was committed to: I : ( ) .Swamp, and abo on the public road I concur in and endorse the Resolutions with the letter and spirit of the Ph'sica Geography-a
of which treated in and
arc a plain popular
from Long Pond to this place. great charter liberty, (the federal constitu-
f Jew since for
jail Washington city a days i : that which .
passed by body r<: -
you present.t The
In time neighborhood of I manner. introduction of the .
Killing one of the waiteis at Willaids Hotel tion) they absolutely declined so to do element'.of.PhJsicn
;
,
: Enoch Daniels the citizens have mostly t As one of the standard bearers of our party, many Geography is a desirable feature -
hi seIfdefece, has been released a bond i iI however, infatuated with a curiosity to know very
upon iI I their houses and! gone into the fort I think I can give the assurance, that our and will add greatly to the value of this
of 810,000. <:d at this place," &c. '* the whole, went blindly on and took the de
banners which inscribed the Constitution
upon are ; work. The atlas is well
Under all theso circumstances, and feel ; grees. Now, it requires no great arranged,containing
': We are under continual obligations to our I assured that the detachment under my : State rights; Union, will be borne to perceive in this sagacity 31 maps, including the\Physical.branch, andis
cxtraordinarp movement, '
Senators and Representative in Congress for J :\ is not sufficiently large warrant boldly and without doubt triumphantly in a delibercte and determined the enriched by a comprehensive and elaborate

. valuable Congressional documents, for which,, : I in continuing the scouting: in the county, the approaching contest ; a contest upon .' hostility to Pronunciation Vocabulary. Cornell's Primary >
I believe the Indians here in force I national Democratic party of the country'
are which thin existence of our Union and Intermediate
we tender them our kindest acknowledge very may Geographies of which
concluded, under general instruc and a fixed and uncompromising"purpose to -
ments. We are also indebted to the lIon.S. I' your depend and deeply affecting tho cause of fabulous number have been sold, ow-.
to secure a position!: for my men at this break up and destroy its political power and A
A. Douglas and Gov. Marcy for similar I keep a watch upon the Indians in the freedom throughout tho world. standard text books in a majority of the
no matter what the experiment
and await reinforcements," &c. Believe me most respectfully, influence schools in the country, where the author, .
cost, or what perils to tho rights of the
1avors.'A The above extracts from the report of Capt. Your obedient servant, migh name is as familiar as household vrecdV>
: States and the
Kew Dodge. integrity of tho federal compact -
removes all doubt as to the presence GEORGE S. HAWKINS.To There is in circulation that,
I The last Sentinel contains bo a rumor private
; a communication might incurred. That t'.is". was the
1 Indians, in considerable numbers!, in Levy Mossrs.:\ B. Wardlaw, B. C. Pope, we have a Republican" or Abolitioniai;, ,
purporting to present "facts for the con. real design of the originators of the new par-
; and Gov. Broomo immediately dis Caraway Smith. in this lie bat the.
ganization
. tidcration ofthe people! of Florida," with reference ty needs no further confirmation than thatto city. I may M,
to Col. M. Whit Smith Ad
Acting is not visible to the naked
to the movements, both State and be found in tho official acts and declara. party yet eye- .
General of the Johnson Brigade, the Donelson Immigration. the Tabet
. Federal, that havo been had for tho removal tions of their several! Stto and National councils The was a.no-party meeting at >
necessary for the temporary subsis- As Know Nothings havo taken up men, nacle a few days since, whereat a few defunct
of the india L It conceived in a partizan I and conventions. further proof was
of two mounted companies, with in. and seemed to have forgotten principles-let I politicians tried to get up ergynlution
.
: spirit,containing fallacies and erroneous statements necessary is to be found in the apparent a
to order tho balance of Captain i foist themselves which! would
us see what Donelson in 1851 wrote about vpon some party.
p -whichwe have the this
not in
space disposition now manifested to (use and coal
company and one other company of I immigration, that Sam made once such a give them fat offices; but they dared not even
. issue to expose, but will. .do so in our next.- esce with the several abolition and free soil
Brigade (having reference in the selection.. :: fuss about : assume a name; aud the whole thing ended
i We understand: appreciate tho.purpose of I lactions who arc equally anxious to put dotcn
expedition and efficiency) to repair without' in The fact is the
city of New York.s .
: I: am glad to see this from snoke ,
: the writer, with ,,'lwm"e differ very widely immigration tIe National Democratic party, in order to
[ )" to the scene of action, and to, pursue the old world. It brings us the physicalforce almost unanimously, opposed te eetJcB 4
as.i0.fact&Jid deductions and shall make
upset for a sectional abolition free toil
capture or destroy any Indians found.- we need to fell the forest and build our rom agitation af any hind. 'people 'here, go
-ingeniously:i concocted scheme to throw Wo have and will administration of Federal Government.ft T ;
companies are further ordered scour improvements. yet, have th for the Union as An4thCuly get $

.. undue odium, ,tho! Fedcrnl and State authorities all suspected places in the county for many long years, scope and verge" enough is well established that 8 long as the Dembcratio candidate of the ,iru ia.i"ivulojul iamp, a map'
account of the troublesome for their industry and enterprise and it
on unavoidably ; continues in the ascendent the .
thereto. party '
Levy, or adjacent who will do wd eu to aU
relations with.the Indians. will be time enough to commence tho discussion Federal Government will administered e
The Democrats of Galveston have;) nomina when another attempt is made by tho b lections thajiU1 gitQhfcvg&largett

: In our last, it was-' mentioned' under our Jqdge Thompson for the Legislature, to Federalists"to revive the principles of tho upon sound national'principes, and sectionalism lea! and the largesIronate: :inijority of,

nhio news, 1ft head*, that\ the* brig, Geo. T. Ward tho vacancy occasioned by the resignation Alien law. with it Qfevi consequences any city or ,town iiit tfi *lTnifopi 'The heart.

Lad j come up,to,ihe wharf at St.,Marks, drawing \ -Mr. Sherwood. The election takes place placed So by where Donelson'a his hopes own of success testimoney can, he only is utterly discarded. of> tho commerci metropolis Is.sound to,the

over 11 feet water.. Since, then,_ the Ward the-15th iust. come from the atteraps of Federalists. to renew The present position of this c new" party cae: nn cannot corrupted by.the factious

J ii;,s been Lrough'l up 'fo vlhe wharf at New : Judge Thompson is a'unlive of Savannah, the principles of the Alieu' laws Florida is as equivocal and unta'i! ,factory:M its past lemagogues.whd are trying'to ridaiato powr -

puf: ,'ivlfhvul\ 'lighteiing :any' of her cargo.- for many years a resident Florida. Ho wants neither Federalism, alien laws, or Fillmore history." I seeks to secure success, by.a Q this or thai t section .'ftfttriy 'Yours,

II.,,,,,11ft Times.- formally a Whig. I or- DOlcon., sort of double dealing, which simply indicate1 GOTH..M.

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DEMOCRATIC flr.TO I KANSAS.-Wai rants have bt'i-i issued- for I Late 'fr Washington- : I L f t'1Tmi.01t; .%? it jo'tittSfAul\ V".' J', ;8T P} S'1'O'plr 8TOPlt!;: 'Cd '; '> 7f 6s. '

The the arrest of the secretvtwelve" who sent I The. officers of the California steamship I. : ,1\ ,SEth ,
\LAH.vMA ELECTION Montgomery + Mr. Editor: understand the most concise GALL IN;> AT'lLLOTjys! m'. .. .

idrcrliscr of Thursday says that the lale the warning note to Sheriff ot Jones' before he Orizaba, have been officially advised, forcibly resolution! of Mr. B. Del& i fs.I"ouith Pro. p BYfbtlate'hnitolft'ingrom fWeI.. ADl(D"i&m'. .7

that State for County officers ha? was shot They are alleged to bo a band to resist die British frigate Eurydice, should CHEAP"QASH 'STORE -
in of.
election:: blem requires. 'critical l attention to the .influence ,: conrpfeU! ; s.wt/nentOT m.rchnai ery dracnp-

for the most part, resulted in favor of the I sworn to kill J om's. A correspondent of the she in future attempt to board tho former 'at i ofzecondurij t ratios. Wie You Visit1 Tallahassee.fTVHE ; ..tiontobeh ioiL1i! jrtfrntipo oh fi,. c. I
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t1
Louis San Juan. : would enumerate pUt
Democrats.PHILADCLPHIA! j St. Republican says, that three hua. ; A,B C,.D will represent the several investments 1". -.t...: '. Plain and fiuiof Drew f't' EotvSuma r.Colltrt. Zaati1I.,

LLECTI: ON.-fl20 I'rnnxyJfanian 1 dred U. S. troops are to be used in arresting DEPAUTCKK FII.umsTEnlhltimore, :' R tIle sum of the remaining three daily patronage extended to this establish1. OKrt<'ffMteryfl: ; tfbliiBW6r,'eC.ci..tU CIOIZii'gOIevery >1'denes' 'thbi '

these men. May i H.-A) of 130 left here to.dt inen't induces us still further to enlarge our law- : Trimmlngn, Sbfetingt; ; '
of the 7th, is in ecstacics over the I / party men ) terms in each case, F three-fourths the t in the Dry Goods, Fine Groceries, and deceriptiou for coMenif tO'11 L
Staple
Philadelphia! elections. It speaks as follows: He says also that Whitfield and his friends said to be destined for Nicaragua per steam amount of the capinal firstly and finally.If : ness Western country Produce }iu(. We now offer to the Boot, Shoes, Caps etc,ete.*; ffrectri, zreucD .Dd '

I so insulted at Lawrence I Oriz ha. into citizens of Tallahasseee Middle Florida and S. W. Apple Dan Je. Old Fort MaeSet,.. nj,,
were constantly er
I' We Imvo made clean of the city so : They were organized two j '
a sweep from to make eqnnl and Hock (-.
I unequal capitals, (ie()., such inducements and bargains ni can not fail to and Cb'ampai,Burgundy
!
Controller Receiver of 1 jostled about, cursed at, hissed and annoyed companies, and were mostly from the interior al o It., t I
Soapietcete
Solicitor show Goods SjrupaCandieii,
will afford to our
Major, amounts among A, B, C, D, A gain 3:13R: : pI'II>{' It ( us pleasure ,
and Commissioner ud the I in the streets, that they have left the town of the State. I Ij and rr.icE thcm'bffore you purchase elsewhere. Our 'rtment of Uard Taxes, City B lose 7.r: >3R, C gain 7t: 7R, D lose 3:37R: stock now comprises every thing suitable for town I Chain Pumps tc, &o. J'ricea as tu\ul rerf3oJ,

"' tirth-place of Know Nothingtsm has he- and formed the Congressional Committeethat j MISSOURI WHEAT Citor.-The St. Joseph. then, by secondary ratios, A gains 3:40F: ; B : and country Trade. ; I would beg of thos who bare .urgUetW w tell
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come its gr3\'(." The country owes this they will have nothing to do with the investigation J I Gazette, of the 23d ult., says : loses 7f.OF, C gafns 7GOF: D loses 3:40F.: I I Staple Dry Goods, Hardware, &c. i j 1 to aud delay nettle longer.their last My yearaud profits will pretioo not justify aeootroU so h Jwy ool

victory to the Democratic parly ; but it is due unless it be held at some other I We learn from all parts of the country thai Whence, by com. denom., we have x ft 120, FINE AND FANCY GROCERIES, I credits. To enable me to k..p up ,y OWD' cr.4it I ,

: that } place. the growing crop (,f wheat is one of the most I IJ.1:120 I I musi hut prompt jnenbi tAt/.w* 101. lkeCl
to the conservative Whigs to say they j : K 14:120: 9120.: Now these j jI FRENCH BRANDY WINES, I'ORDHLS. I year otherwise I am subjected to great iocgovwienc.' '
that 1
-- ( lias'er been in this
acted in perfect harmony with the Democracy j The Florida Rail Road. ;; COIIIJt"promising As there was a greater seen number of .1'I last numerators are the gains and: the losses, 1 I, In State and now nttieing per i!| and e pcM*. I hope this THOMAS appeal wilt HAYVARD.April not,1 b b, wsic. ,;# .1.
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for they both now stand to all intents and [ The Jacksonville News of the 10th i ins!, acres sown- than ever }before, the supply of I and the com. denom. 120=F; therefore F x J.i r J J5: SCHOONER&E5 I 5, J858.-- .* 14 't i( I ,

purposes, upon the same }political! platform. I tin* great JleCC'SSlry"ill be plentiful.PUE'IDENTIAI. J 1:3: =40, each man's final capital. But the I II K W. R. Pettes & Wild Pigeon & ; I ..-.-- '.
says : I II I ORLEANS
FROM
extend them the hand of fellowship il1'C'stmentsI'e 40 9 31 A NEW : :For Sale. ;
We to light MOVKMKNTS.WA original = = ; I
i
We learn from the Secretary of the Florida I IIIX<{- ,_ TIERCES cured llama J
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1 for their noble bearing on yesterdajUl }- Railroad, who has just returned from the TON, May 13.-Mr. Buchanan arrived in this I 4 1 11--=51=B; 40-M=2l(j=C; 40 x9)=4'> : I,) 3 Casks plain Sugar: do.C i 4 TH;CT of laod.lhe ppertyofEat4siciloInr : ?

who have contributed to this unparalleled, ; North, that the Company has just purchasedfour city to-night, and took lodgings at the National i iI =I). Q. E. D. i, : .' SbouldeiR, I 2\ P. W'iUiuns,'caUed Twmoka.situated on.HiHlaxHiver. j
1 Ribbed Sidt-s, : in Oraugo Ctx, about 50 miV!Bo tli-Tbtf frum
*' deserve well] of their ." : thousand tons English Hails, sufiieient
success couutn' Hotel. His friends him a cordial the of st Augustine. T1e said tract conriiia
gave : Clear City
1 to iron about forty miles of their road t hccHH'rJ 1 On Such Subjects the Testimony of '
THE FIRST Gr> FROM DJLAWUU-\t i of which will early in, August I private reception, and honored him with a : .">0 IJbls. Extra Superior' St. Louis. Flour. I S I 0 aerl.'s, more Oresl. .and is well terms adapUti [.th.' .
commence WOMAN ?nouLi in: COXCLUSIVI 40 StiH-iliue| Culture of the Sugar (::100. For Hppl/io'
the municipal election held Wilmington, i so that the Company will be enabled! to I serenade. I I SO '* Ohio I .E.HfcBTZ.

Delcware, on Tuesday last, the democrats i open about that much of their road to the i The political l leaders here have so arrangedthat l i ii Nr.w YOP.K, August 2, 1852. I 2'J' Molasses, I Palatka, o\priI12, 1SS& r -st
Mrs. of No. 272 Sccoivl Street Iwlicvirig .. __
Clutf\ -
Box nUll Lemon"
J3T ,
20 '
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: Oranges -
about the first of next -- -- ---- -- -- -- a
tlected their entire ticket: by eighty majority. ; public These year. i the entire Northwest, pxc'ptfirllifm\ : her child! aUtut thrpc years 101,1, to he troubled i 2 I Ibis.. CUl'OIl Nuts, I Just Received,
foity miles will bring the Florida shaH cast their YOtl':1S a unit at Cincinnati: ,
Last year theknow-nothings carried Wilmington : Railroad to the where I I \vtb: wornn, purchased one bottle of Dr. M'Lixnc'a 1 lot Pine Apples nud Banana", I PER W t. R. PETHS". FROM I NEW ORLEANS :
or to it intersects
near point I for either Pierce or Douglas. Michigan holds 150: Bbls. Rectified U bi.key, I .
I Ii
liv about three hundred majority.From the Central Railroad! the grading on i out, and insists upon Buchanan as the nominee. Celebrated Vermifuge, prepared by Homing' Bros. i 20 Mess IV-rk, I Ito O fBRHS.. Extra and Suj,(rfino Flour., 4 ".'

I which last is also being pushed fOl'wml'ith I Pittsburgh, Pi, and gave it two tea-spoonsful, which i Ke s Lard, w W 5 Bugs prime"Rio Cgffee, :r.s
the Atlanta Georgia Intelligencer I 1 I
Tierces S. c.-n.me
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had tie effect the child to tli 4 Bbls.
causing hnrge a large
that friends -
the
in interior
dem. i is elected l great rapidity, so our I Ii I 2 Ciuks bbouldcr*, :
Whitakcr Ilbd. Brown
that Mr. 6 Sugar,
learn i
,
: number of The child is
we
and the Middle\ portion of our State Latest Indian News worms. now enjoying good 10' Slicks Rio Coffee, I 2 EbU.Sugar house Mi&sses, J.

city judge over W. II. Underwood, k. n. Last j will soon have a choice of outlets to the At i F Nothing of thrilling interest this week. In I Lealtli. We would advise all parents who may suspect J5! Bran. FILD YOUR Cow I. 5 .. Whiskey, ,...

know carried the cit.of Atlanta ; lantic. their tbi'.drjn'! to be troubled with; worr.n to lose : 12 Boxes atar Cwndles, C Boxes Claret. ;
fall the nothings fact the have i is that six indians
I I only news we : I All uf whicL wiilbe sold low
tinia but ] administer 12 Cheese, byS.S.KtfJGUT. .
= -- no immediately purchase :m ;
by a large majority. I I : were seen, at the Six Mile Creek, six. i 4 Kegs Butter, No. 1 Article, -
A Chance for an Investment Dr. M'Lirie's Celebrated Y crmifuc. It will cure.- ; -
; miles from this place last : :12 i Boxes ]; Cheiriei '
on Sunday, by a Brandy ,
INDIANAPOLIS (Ind,) 31 ay G.-At the nuinicipal l- I The money will be refunded in all cases where it does NE-vV BOOKS' '
\r c clip the following from the editorial ; negro man. He re-ported the facts to his 2-1 K+""is t'plcl/c.1 Pig feet
election, held in this city to-day, the i I not give sat {antion., f 2i0( Sacks Salt. CHEAICHEAP! THEM-I I! I i RECEIVED"I
columns of the South Side Democrat, published i master, and the place indicated was immediately _- --_._._--:-_- ------ I 10 Tierces Cam. Hire, at 7c. prr lb.Xow I" f JUST History of England, Vet s &'4,
democratic ticket was elected by a examined and five tracks I II I
entire j in IVtcTsburg, Virginia. After stating I moccasin OBITUARY. is the only time ti. purchn- Cull and see Irving'a Life of Washington, t

majority: of four hundred. The capital city that the chief used the I were dieovei cii. Tho report is, doubtless, Died i-i G.uls'lun county on the 7ti! hut., of n i(- me, corner of Jefferson -.nd Munroe Street. I Ctilhoun's Complete Works. .
argument against nomination authentic.-Peninsular. vurcand! painful: illness oiigin/ttin in vh'topinj J. LLOYD, Bancroft' 1t k Ilildreth's United States, I

of Indiana utteily repudiates know-nothing- i of General Pierce in the South' is his I I -- t tI ootiirh. Krr.Kv NL-.VVV, aet-oud daughter: of L. G. ind I tiftionecr and Cirnimimiun Merchant.MnylT I,'I Alone-The Hidden Path. .,
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if-in, abolitionism! and black republicanism. ,: I N. J. McElvy, agt1 .nIS, one inonlh., und 1C days. i 1S3C.: 20) McDOUGALLAlIOBBY.April :
.. supposed want of availability:, in the North, I A PERILOUS BALLOON DISCJ.\T.-The I II j --- -------- 12. 1S5G. 15 :' .
Havana the New Orleans The loveliest rose }bud on the parent stern, i :__ [' .
I that journal proceeds as follows ; I correspondent of j : FOR SALE. I --- -- --- ----- '
Backing Out i I! l'icayuno writes on the 23d ult: U[ withered blighted era its i bI)UIll. Just Received, .
I A Maim supporter General Pierce in Ami! the brighest gen; of home's pure dindern, : TWO IIUXDKKD hEAD lrShan-I
; Mr. Godard; made his last VBOUT SACRED HARPS. :
The Richmond Whig, the K. X. orrr11I grand ascent ]] i-ed at death's dark .1. Cllickoiiv Price dollar pair. 100
1 this vincity, who is a man of eminent sagacity I e ]) OIlCl.y gloom. one per iicpouo ALL & HOBBY s, .
Sunday less than five I -
accompanied by no Fur further information enquire at this 'flice. .
South, says:- : Thou wert by nature foimed 5') 'heavenly! fiir, April 12, 1SJ6. 15'
and f with the
times
always liy np byway 1 young gentlemen! among whom I noticedMr. t May 17, ISG 20 !
nil : Su much perfection in (thee jOiorie, _. .
Strive Lar .
the Fusitirc t
Thc signer cf 1 :: -- -- -- I
of showing his confidence! in Gen. P.'s : Perez, who is styled tho King of Awn ,
HiMVun lli! ;oY"rc,1 thou! wt-rt f"r earth) too pure, lime For Sale.
the inn.ie.rate' of Black liepublicanism, ; availability, authorizes us to make the following ., ing-\ftI\erE.: Just at the appointed time a I And carl claimed thee f>r its owu. I Board of Commissaries of i BBLS. of LIME for'Sala t

and Abolitionism in ;tll) iheir protvus forms, j jl heavy shower commenced falling, anil the skylooked Police and Health. i 3(C)) by 3.3. KNIGHT. i t
The of the --- -- ----
!he l (Fillmore) is pre-eminently the man for'' proposition.] name gentleman ; very black and oveicust. The public! April lilih, 1859. .
cf tlie South.! be} had tLis ollice) I Walter Gwynn N obedience tu the requisitions ofOrdiance I 3. I : -- -- p
oft -
deceived at -- -
the people : can by parties desiring : however! insisted on Goddanl's starting, and :, ; f hereby appoint the fo!! i\vinj imiividu.il.-j CUhIL5- i -- i .

. While the Southern N. N. press is boast-i; to make an invc&tuieiit : I, the lines Avere cut loo -l'. lIe was soon! lost OFFERS his services to persous, wibhing to cntr nrii-s of Police and Health in the several Wards of I NEW COODS.
] the U.S. Land U11 Lund I
( ( by loe.itmg : .
i ig:: of the att of rillmore in singing the Fu. '' 1. I will bet SxJ.'iO that the vote of Pennsylvania ; t-ighl of behind the {lt.ise! black clouds, and, : \\anutit.4 or otherwise.' He will also give prompt the city Ward: 1. J-irvtiouof St. with B..ule p.Is.
In McCnity
in the next pie.-iJential election will ; as the wind was blowing: 1'rl't1fresh! from altfiitMii[ tn" such busiK".i! ii- be intrusted to him :
his'e Have law, as his claim for the sum ages } I may \nrdtothehmit5ofthe, city North and West P. T. i ipr.l'J JOHN PRATOEIOTJS
be given to General Pierce, should he i be the I northwest, the balloon cro.ed the hI\' southof iu tiilu-r! <>f the otln-r: ofriees in the Capitol. Chrge ; Ksq. .
<,:':the South, the Auburn American, publi i- ,, : ami descended al/ont nine miles \vl!1 be rfason.iLltscorrci-pojiling: to services performed.Rihiij .
and from Monroe
t nominee of the Democratic Convention to assemble Reyla : : ; In Ward :. North of VJRjinia St. : MERCHANT TAILOR, .
l.d i liy the Secretary of the State organizationo : in Cincinnati on I the, ."ith of June i from Havana. 'Th intrepid a-ionaut :td his : ;; Deputy m the yt.xtiLand (Otliee, ha of eM E= w lllJlJ..c: no charge fur bu:iuej3 in that Department ; In Ward :I':. North of Viigiuia; St. and from lIl.IrI'CI Dealer) in Ready Made Clothing anti 1GfutIrmen's
( Know Nothings, i js apologizing for that next. passengers came! I near luing; their lives. The : May IT, 1S5G. 20-ly : East D. Crw., Ksq.: : Furnishing Goods.

and that did *' '!. The same amount, on the same term valve got nut of order, and, when (;(.dJarJ .I II and e
let, as a COIHl.ulsJrY one) one : I In Ward 4. South of Virginia St. to McCarty ._. -- I
: necessarily meet his approval :- jj j as to New llimphite., .. attempted: to let the eras escape: he found that ;, Broffht to Monticello Jail. from Monroe to BoulevardSc't T. J. PFKKIV. E..fJ' I 1JtPJ.:1\Bl

no J. The same! amount, on the same terms, he could not open the! valve. I He immediate.y] Nlu I: Negro man: wlw call: himself! Ambrose, and In Ward 5. South of Virginia St. to McCurty and i

j :Hooted hi pdt ty that repudiated) the exorcise ; as to Maine. I informed his companions! ) : of the nature of thedanger () says that he belongs to Will H. Maxwell, nearTaII.tIia&e fruai M uiroe Easr: C. (U. EXGLISU. E5( i SPRING AND SUMMER !

: ofthe vote power despotic, and made i iopp in which :111 and : said man is about 26' years of n!e, of Iu U'ard 6. iloC'arty St. to Auguvine! and from
: they were placed, !
4. The same amount, on the same terms, I M-niroo to Boulevard \Vent, E. B. CUllaq.. i CLOTHSANDCASSIMERES.I .
Mtion to its exercise as one of its caidi- |1 rather dark complexion quick fpoktri, all! ut 5 factS :
nJcrtlati\'cs-.jther
as to Connecticut. i proposed two to continue ini-hea ]hi,li and weighs abo'it 170 Ib:. i In Ward 7. MeCarty St. to Augustine awl from ; assortment of

nal !iiiinciples he (Fillmorc: ) obeyed its be1 1 .' 5. The same: amount, on the same: terms, I in the clouds arid: wait for the condensation May 17, lb5C. 20Planting Mjuroe East, 1)U.! AMES E->'. Cloths AM now, Cassimered receiving Vesting an extensive, Drap d'EteVLJta 1 t .'
}las--, jmdltcn he received the (Fugitive : In Ward 8. Augustine St. to limits of city South I. '
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of the and make a descent by night,
as to New Jersey. i ga I' Brown and Fancy Linens, White and Figured Marseilles : .
laIJill from signed it. This i iL and from Monroe to Boulevurd! Dr. J. P.DI/VAL. "
Coup ess
) *' 6. The same amount, on the same term, I exposed to all the dangers of so perilous au Peas all of which I am prepared to make up on .
Ward 'J. Augustine St. to limits of South, t
tct did not r.csarihcommit( him to an tipi i: as to Illinois. I undertaking in an unknown place, or tear the A f\ BUSHELS, for sale by i awl In fioiu Monroe to limits of city, East llou.city J. W.BAKER. abort notice in the most (hiotiabld btyhs aral ou reasonable i: .. ,,

jirora!of that 7I'a.mr When it became a .' 7. The same amount, on the same terms, balloon, and make an immediate, rapid, and iV/ BUOOME & HEm ; ; term1 j.f .-.

!Jaw (Jf the land, he, as President::s }bound ;, as to Indiana. ,1 equally dangerous one. The passengers' M.iy 17, IS5;. 20 I In Ward I 0. MeC.irty St. to Augustine nnd from I -ALSO- r f *Ji

by his oath to auiuinister it f:1ithfullfulh'. ., chose the latter and the balloon immediately Boulevard We--'., J. li. LLOVI, .' ;
S. I will bet c I,000 that, should Gen. was i A LARUE AND WELL 8EIECTKO STOCK OV
1 JlincLingly.Ve! Mule Strayed. I In Ward 11. Augustine to limits of city South end I j
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; ) tot E'N'IHJJtbOlJlrbt that 11mevhtd .
Pierce Le the nominee of the Democratic: ; llI. from Boulevard to limits of city West, B. WILLIAMS, READY-MADE CLOTHING

\ have heard of a great 4i iny political .: Convention, lie will I-e the next Pie&idcnt: of "I all been: killed! for the frill was very rapid. :: STRAYED from fcized T.illaliassee dark eoor.AnF: on the! 26th of MULE ApriL, I !]"']. Consisting in part of Cashmerette Frock and, Saolc,

dodge?," OIIl'' adroit( and some wonderfullyEudde the United States. The balloon .tl uck a palm; 'tree and re- alwut- 'J) years ci.l. tail .--}--liaved wart in her left ear, I i F. EPPES: Intendaut ,; Fancy Colored Frock not Snck. lr.p d'Ete Frook. '

:;, but this exceli them nil.Mr.. FILL- : .'l'f. I will bet 61,000 that the nominee" ; iiuumled about two hunched yards. One of and sid'-s I iu!!!>ed "oll1ewhat: by pear. Any person I ABSTRACT FROM ORDINANCE, 13ii 44. Sack and Business, Alpacca Sack and Buaiuws.White

I whether: G cn. PicJ cc or not, will be elected. ; the young men-Louis Zayas, was badly injured i Ctidhc her who I will uddrei me at Talloka/Po."t: Of- i Duties of Commisaries1'0 visit frequently their i. Brown and Fancy: Linen Coat Black D.ap ll'Etand I
the
JHIKE lunning at the South r: champion ] : in the fall, and -lr. Perez had his leg : ticc; L(>wudcd Co., (;a., will be suitably rewarded nnd respective Ward*-to report Violations uf Ordinuuces Summer Casshncre Pants White and Fancy Linen

of tli Fugitive bill, and at the North :::5 the 1' These s\'eraI1Ats mr.y be accepted, as a broken. The others received some slight; i ii icccivcthe thanks: of I ; Ntiiauces, ; ; Collectiuiiy: of Matter deleterious to Pants. White and Fancy Muraeilles Vests, Fancy and

: whole of them bo acoepted : REDDING B. WOOTTEX. i Health; Vagrants ; and to act jointly as a Board e>f : Phii Silk Vests,Shirt Collars! Cravats, Undershirt, p.
the victim of or any one may i bruises but leturned the about J H> o' I
: of the veto :.yd to city Ac.
eticmy powvr )1 Health fur the and such, the Drawers, Gloves, Hosiery .
( I! IP c w I City- us ou occurrenceof
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ih.\t: bill, presents a fce: of duplicity, that a ]; separately, or the accepter may group nny clock, p. m. The Campo de ;\Iarte was Epidemics and at other timi., to nuke suggestionsto JOHN PRAETORIUS. .

Hindo.i! with hundred heads could : two or more of them together to buit him I crowded with pedestrians and volantes. Among I Madame Chegary'sBOAEDIK i tho City Council, which may tend to the better t Apiil 18.56. 16
Deity, a i the ladies there was one who seemed I preservation of the Health of the City. i tf I <
; self. I AND DAY SCHOOL FOR :E'cE1:: ? I2.a11OtI1.
Lardlv out-do. > Tallahassee, May 17, IS'.C. :O i
much aflecte.l. I her lover
I was Ii ._ I
very suppose
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sides be ---- arrive. The
both to to Biic
It The money on depositedin YOUNG LADIES. Expecteil
t i one of the passengers of Mr. Goddard. _._ ._ Notice.I fJA1LEY wInch will leave with despatch '
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The : the Bank of- on the day acceptance,
Maryland Whigs A REPORT having become cunerit that M'n.c for the above FurL Being her List trip for this Mason
t
to await the- result of tl-c election, and this I I Jcnfral Joseph \\Yarren.-It seems that a JCheEjary wab about to give up her ecbool oLe I HEREBY warn all persons from trading, fur n :! Planters will do well to avail themselves of tLU opur- .
The MarlzPdVhig Convention, which ; note, given by me and Joseph Williams, nnd i
will continue in force front this few weeks since the late Dr. John Warren: respectfully informs her fneuda and the public that it I madr payable t', IL 'Jarbett, and H.de, given name I! tunity of supplying to Charleston. t
}held its session last week in RuUimore, came proposition disinterred fiom (the family: tomb! underneath I is her iuteLtioa ta; continue her establithment, Mith it? I Ipretol'lIt not I itcollected for throe Hundred dated 2 let RICHARDSON & WIiIT AKER. i .
t day until the 15th of June next." : St Paul's church the it-mains of his uncle organization il'me.C's.niece,Jl'me 1'revint t, I NewPort, April 19, 1856. 16 '
wry near making nn assignment to the Democratic I Ii Apiil.jind made payable 17th May, 185C, the CorbiiieUition i f .5
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(j Convention, then in session i in that i and take an active part iu the direction aud super i I A. D. D. S. "
I Conidetation, and I determined not to ,
From thc Patterson (X. J.) Guardian. the memorable Bunker's Hill has am pay
fight ;
upon C. is 1 t
The I i t-iaa of the cslalJj"hmeut.l'l11e. prepared to I said note unless law RESIDENT OFFICE TALLAHASSEFLA. J '"
-ity. measure was formally proposed competed by I 4
A XIcc Family rendered his immortal in the annals of : wh I
Women name the Those
Fast -Elopement 1 receive pupils during summer. >s>c jaireiits MATHEW GRIMSLEY. \ 'S
in Artistic
mid discussed in the Committee on Resolutions i of Sisters. I lour counrv. 'rite'Nt' placed in a stone reside at a dUtai.cc, will pa.ss tho !?\ utilaJauie Jackson, Co., April 28, 185C. 20-4w I Important Improvement 1 '

which sat the Mr.1 ; whichin had : CTs. country residence, situa-ed in one cf tl.e) ". _n. ------ Dentistry, .
on preceding day. .$ has been created at West I urn upon appropriate epitaph i I,
Much excitement
}healthiest and most "plt-asant | a.td..it New Jersey "NOTICE. I which the face restored to its original contour.
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Pratt, of the U. S. Senate, was warmly in favor 11' Mil.'Vml' by the elopement of Mrs. Sarah I been engraved, and, with those of other members The School will close July lot, u/.I: t icf.peu MA asu:.!. BY and \\itli it the ]loss of the teeth supplied so as i itv ,

of the measure. The most that is now Courson, with Mr. David White, of the tame I'' of the family, were taken to Forest Hill ou Thursdav the 11th of SepU is,boi. AS we arc anxious to close our business, we wouldrequest elude detection. _Samples of this improvement may .
nil those iudebic-d the firms of Thos.H. :
Cemetery. The skull was luite perfect, the May 17, 1556. 20GrandSpeculation I bo seen also temporary sets inserted on Z
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hoped for by the opponents of the Democratsis I place. This is the third time that this lady _____ _____ I Gnchlow it nro, and CricMow, Fisher fe Co, to ,' .
1 Behind of the
i : : has figured as one of the parties of an elope- chin still remaining. one ears I call and sc-ttlo. thtir accounts immediately! cither by Outta Purcbn

that the Whigs of Maryland. will vote for I ment. Her first elopement occurred at the was seen an aperture, which indicated tho c.ifh or by note, or thy will be placed in the hands In a few hours, so that persona hating teAth re-,

f the Democrats without declaihuj themselvesof I when slid left her i place where; the fatal ball enteied which ended of an attorney fur collection.CIUCIILOW. i moved can have complete substitute numediatflj.Cliildren's j
I It' of 20 thereabouts, i
or
age I 11100 PRIZES 00,000 DOLLARS FISHER it CO. teeth extracted, and advice gi,eu to parenUin
t' ihcsii.Oa : mother's residence with her first lover, and : his brief but glorious career. I MaS;, 856. IS regard to the management and treatment (the :

York staid came Lack I Havana Plan Lottery W teeth rati All warranted to suit the most .
New a spell, epfratioii8
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I went to
\ York in
The ew boys Nicaragua. I
the evening of the 2Slh ult., Mr. Soule i I __ __ I fastidious. Will iu the town
practice principal
home with n child in embryo, never having Monroe Restaurant. i
made an informal address Nicaragua : A correspondent of the New Orleans Deltagives JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY throughout the State. Rderence: the Faoultj of
upon mlrripor at least it is so said. She I
been B Y ANTONIO J3OTOLO. the Ohio College of Dental Surgery, andthosuhe who
I of board
the scenes on
afiairs in the rotunda of the St. Louis Hotel. became a mother, and resided at borne about following picture LOTTERY. j is for. .
: daily opfrating
He followed Parker six months when she went off on of a steamer on the San Juan River. He I F HAVE made arrangements by which I am enn- I! 17 .
was by II. French, and ;I, or a year, i ISbled to st1pI'IYtntlcmcu. at short notice, with I; April2G,1S36.( lit

three or four thousand dollars were subscribed a tour with :: man named Armstrong, a New says : [BY AUTiicmiTY OF mi STATE OF GEORGIA.; ] the best the market can afford in the eating line. I J; --REMOVAL" OF INDIANS. '

I If will be in of Fresh Fi.-h from New i
Yorker. constantly receipt !
f on the spot in aid Walker's cause and I She was afterwards married to a \1 r. Cour- i' Among the recruits Their on first board, discipline 10,000 Numbers only 1 Prize to 8 Tickets! Port. Pickled Oysters. Mutton Chops, Eeefatakea,Ham i 1 ,I HE War Department having authorized a ptr, 4

the re establishment of New Orleans. whom she tesidcd till the 25th of I was not very exact. exploit was and Eggs, Roast Mutton, Roast Beef and in fact all JL capita reward friviI4/ Indians, who may bo
I If son, with j to take possession of the bar and to drive away CLASS N. kinds of Meat Game aud Fish will be found at my es- j I captured or induced to come'in for emigration. 1 wilD' I

March last, when she again l left West Milford ; the bar-keeper. Lyrne was a perfect tabliahrnent in its reason, which will be served up in '! pay the following pr'mium"for hostile Indiana el.li Iv-. *
f To Slop cxl'eri.1 r'HO be drawn Juue 16th, 1856, at Concert Hall,):-
POTATOES ROTTING.-An to meet the said David White, before spoken i deil= and Alderman Kerrigan took a part in JL cou, Ga., uuder the sworn superiuteudeiit of Col.Geo. the best style, to those who nay; patronize me. Give j I ri ed to the Commanding Officers at Fort Biookeor I
enced that about six
agriculturist informs us wheic the two took the me a call. < Fort ilycis SouthFIoiida.
of at Sloatsburg,
I all their eccentricities with a swaggering air, ; M. Logiin, and Jas. A. Xisbtt, & .
1) For each warrior .. ..f 250 to $200. I
1 years ag.. he applied! slaked lime to potatoesthat which time May 10 iS5iLContracts 19-4w living
since
and nothing
cars went west, I difficult to describe. They got drunk during This LotU-ry is drawn ou the Plan of the Royal -f-. | 14 woman 150to SOO. I'
\veri- partly rotten and that it immediately is known of them. She left her child of llautunu of Single Numbers : this bus only
Lottery
more
and God knows "
and a
the whole day night, for t boy over ten"years living... 100 to 200.
f ] arrc feted the decay. Potatoes that were by her first companion at West Milford. I how quarrels and fights occurred a- 10,000 Numbers and the Havana Lottery :SI.UOO Trestling. Tim highest rates will be paid fur all except1 the '

partly rotten when the lime was applied, remained This Sarah Courson is one oft tamily of many Numbers-the Havana 249 'rizes-tLili 1200 Prices. OKFICE PENSACOLA AND GEORGIA R. Co. t I very infirm and helpless, and in these case not less, .
them. One of their mo-t quiet comrades interest! Now i is the time. Tallahassee
mong Look to your April 29th. 18:6. f '
as they were, the progress of the rot six sisters named Ryerson, five of whom have than above indicated. J. C. CASEY. ICatainU.S.A
Thomas Craig, of Texas, was tho "TROPOSALS are invited for the con .
being stopped, while! potatoes to which the left their husbands and eloped with other men. special butt of their insults and oulrllgesI .- CAPITAL $15,000 ; JL struction of wooden culverts and trcstling FL Brooke. Tampa Bay.: '

; lime was not/ applied continued to rot and All six have been married, and not one of tho I During the night time, they robbed! him of all 1 Prize of.$1 GOOO is. 15,000 on the line of the Pen'acola and Georgia April 26, 1S3G. 17-3m !

were lost. Since then he has made it constant six live with a lawful husband at the present him 1" .. 5,000 is i .C, beat
his clothing and money, and so unmercifully Rail Road to the Suwannese! River. Some i-f the work
pracaco to apply] slaked lime to his and the remaining I 1" .4,000 i is.4,000 AGENTS WANTED
potatoes five having eloped, only ,
day of his
; him
as to deprive senses. 1" .:ooo is.3ogo is required immediately. The construction of the reot
as be takes them up. He puts a thin one deserting her husband, or refusing to But morning being come, just at the moment 1" .' ,lItJU is.2,000 may be deferred, to be completed as the graduationof To Sell by Subscription. a Complete History. j

]layer ofli.ne upon the floor where the potatoes live with him. We doubt if a case of equal wo were approaching) Castillo, my attentionwas 5"' . 1,000( are.6,000 tho road progresses. For further piuticuhir Iud for

are to be laid and sprinkles some of it singularity can be found anywhere in the U- drawn in tho direction of tho forecastle, 10" .500are. .. .. .. 5,000 pious aud drafts, apply at this office.E. OF THE

over the potatoes-about every ten inches, nion. iU" .50 are . .. 3,000 C. CABELL, President. -
SB they a o put down He considers this as where violent words were being used. Accompanied 1 O.. .25are.3,000 May 10, 1850. ly) TM1! LU.1
Colonel Fisher I to ---
by repaired .
500 Approximation l I'rizes 20 10,000 i
perfectly protecting them from rotting, as he A COSTLY INKSTAND.-'l'he inkstand used tho spot and beheld Craig surrounded by Ker. JOIJ" .. 10 .5,000 ICE : IODE3 '

has never had a rotten potato, since he has by the plenipotentiaries was specially manu rigan's 26 men, whom ho was accusing of Any Quanity of Ice. Now Ready. One vol. octavo I i I

practice it ; and he believes also tlftt potatoes factured for the purpose. It is a splendid the theft. 12,00 PRIZES, AMOUNTING TO $60,000 !

&UK used aro rendered better by the action work of art, in the style of tho first empire "You are all of rowdies and scamps," Tickets SIO-Halves 85 duarters 8Z, O. LOTS of the genuine cool stuff just arrived, and Illustrated with Engraving
you
of time.r c ad vibe the farmers to try and the cost estimated at 11,000 francs. better than Prizes Payable without Deduction. sale by the wagon K-ad, cwt. or the email '
said'he and your"chiefs are no Colored the
D. LADD. Including large ; jTfaj of aevzi vf
By
this 1Ian! as it can easily be done by them mail need not fear its
| Persons sending by '
English Paper.
with thievesin money
alL you are. Lymc used to associate being lost. Order8 punctually attended to. Communications Newport, May 10, 18:6. 19 War. Also, a beautiful Chart, ifrtncu by

New York, and Kerrigan is no better. confidential. Uftt'k nutos of sound banks an Artist eight months in. the Crimea ,

I It i is said that further letters have been received Fainting in Corgress. I At this moment Lymo came up, and, ad. taken at pur. Citation.State a compleU and leliabJe) Histof/df Uia. J .

showing beyond doubt the complicity In the United States House of Representatives dre-sing himself to the Texan, began to in-' Those wishing particular numbeis should order im of Florida )t To the widow or next of kin of BEING from iU oornmeniiemeot to jls ck>s.. AU. t

of England in the affairs of Nicaragua in on Thurspay, Mr. Giddings, of Ohio, suit and threaten him in the grossest manner. mediately.Address. County of Len j f Richard Regan, deceased l: the accounts being from era .ita.< aod'tpMtk
JAMES F. AVINTER, has been filed in parts in the aoenoa described. Fen aeodiac |200
attacked the item for the His companions immediately drew a ring a petition my of- |
advised Costa Bic to delay earnestly expensesof Manager, Maown, Qeor ia. WHEREAS will receive sample aud buund '
having no longer around him and him to pitch into" granting of prob.ite of the noncupative a copy rnorroeco gilt
} urged
the judiciary in Ohio, and was warmly May 17.-1856 20 will of the said Richard Regan, you are hereby subrtcriptiou book postage prepaid ounel voa,witha
action. in making war upon Walker. condemning the application to discharge arrearages Craig-n, thing which was immediately done; noticed that I have appointed Thursday, the 10th Letter containing full particular! bl the term with ; Ii

JMra. contracted for returning fugitive but the latter, drawing :i revolver from his : New Groceries. day of Jul/fept t for the hearing of said petition, and agents which are very.hberaL Having ,been, in Utb *.

(Lr Rusk; wife of Gen. Tbo J. slaves to Kentucky when he suddenly fainted pocket, fired two shots and wounded Lyme Received on Consignment which we offer you are hereUjr cited and called to appear before me publishing buaincas in New Hava the past 1&jeais. '

Rusk; U. S. Senator from Texas, died at floor. The members immediately to the heart. Reeling two steps backwards, JUST for cash. at the Court-bouse in Tallahassee, on the day afore- the most satisfactory refewoce- will, alwaja- b.. girt. .
Nacogdoches on the 25th of ApriL and fell to the Coffee said at 10 o'clock A. is!., in order that you mal con when.desired. A-djresa i ; -
him ho fell into tho arms of Kerrigan. SO Bags '
rushed to tba scene, and conveyed test the if think fit. M. MANSFIELD rauawcv .
Hrs. Gen. Rusk' was th. daughter of Gen. 10 Tierces Rice, same: you .
Cleveland Habersham Ga whichhe to a sofa near a hoisted window, amid great He has killed me, Jim, he exclaimed"; 100 Bbls. Lime, T ,-i Given under my hand and seal of oPuee, 131 York Street IVew llaTeut-CoiuiT" isI

ooantp, excitement. Mr. Giddinga'soon returned to dispatch me at once, for I cannot recover. 500 Sacks lu f J this 7th day of May. A. D., 1':1:6. May 3, 1856. 1& ,. < ,?. .. .,. '
of
} 1853-
represented'in the Legislature consciousness and was conducted from the A few seconds afterwards, he was a corpse.This Salt.RICHARDSON & WHITAKER. D. GWYNN., --- S
GROCERIES.
aud 54. The of the country FRESH .
sympathies Judge of Probate.
Ho returned to the event produced, during a few minutes Newport May 17, 1856. 20
hall his borne. finally
to '.
with the distingauued. Senator from Texas, May 10, 1856. 10-COdaya PER".ASA FW'U.,4. ,
i in Hall, and concluded his remarks on the sub an awful silence among tho filibusters. OA SACKS Rio Coftra *; .;.'.
bereavement.BOBTOX Notice.
pjeUttcbolyi. Executor's
ject on which be was engaged at the time be Craig; who hid beeu temporarily arrested, 'If /20 Bozea Adamantine CamlkV
$10 Reward.
State fainted. was immediately released. Monday the 26 instant, I will offer for sale before 10 M best Spaaah Began I
American
May 'T. The The body of Lymo was buried in an old ON the Court-House door in Tallahassee the RUN A WAY from the subscriber in Leon Connty, 10 Bbla.Crushed Sugjr5 ,-. -' ,. .
Council have laid thc.tablelhc resolutions and instead of the 250 of land summer residence belonging to the estate of John S. boy SOLOMON, about 35 .years old, of DrittdAJ*: .'
acres
tomb
repudiating-Mr. Ffllcnoie.. A J portion of the The Inkstand used by Jefferson in writingthe Shepard. deceased situated in Bell Air, the lot cou- dark complexion a about five feet ten inches high. 1 lOBaiteta HetoVuek. I aig !
did not cost which he had in perspective, he. was obligedto Term will giv ten dollars reward for tho and ... j
delegiteshow.ever, bolted, and having assembled Declaration) of Independence aiDs ten acres of land, wore or less. mado apprehension, ALSO".i: i- i
/ th .llctjOU of the majeri. one franc, and the writing will stand long after content himself with tho six"'fe by three kuowu on the day of sale.ROBERT. tolivery of said negro to me. uninjured, at my plantation Apple and .Po*'Brandy,,Rum, -Port Wiu.: m I'Mara ,
repudiated' Paris has been buried in the piece ground assigned to him in tho cemc- : 11. ( 3, and appointed delegate* to the Cou'fel1t the Treaty I 17' 1S.C.; -0 May 10, 155. IV Mttj 3, 1856. i 1$
t 'xtu.'. I ( of( the ancient illibusers.S ( May
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: FLORIDA AND GE ItcHA. I For manufacturing Liquofi, r r"
CELEBRATEDVERMIFUGE AU exMnine ,AVID C. WILNS largo and i DO CERTIFY that in the year 1854, visited I Beverages, Vmrgnr. BrtU-ry Sjropv .
selected stock of by him- Copper and Sheet Iron I FACTORY, in'want of wool, ,, .
MANUFACTURER Dr. W. Moseley's Infirmary at( Griffin. Oil. for (the i i I A I ,F15.euft!, IO..l. .
M1 cotuwtJiig hot only of the rwliUet of )life,'but also I : all kinds of Plain and Fancy of obtaining relief of a painful and distret'sing 7b feed its Burr,extracting lool, uvar'itth
very ,
all not in Tin Wares in the citizens! I propose Would ask the farmer far and 1I'arTo KIXDS or tlQVOa 'AC.BE. Foa 12 r.roOcxxrs
( I) artkle .(1 adapted t please ; only takes pleasure informing CAXCZU of the nose and eye. My nose was :tta. OALLoaJ"
quality ami I style but prcel Thi lt\! not only Tallahassee and the surrounding country, that be is all before I visited the Doctor besidesa send their Tangltdfetcc* litrr.
i entirely
: 'LIVER PILLS I large hut f 1et particularly for th nwr- I now prepared to wait on all that wish to patronize deep gone ulceration on my cheek aud about my If. free from dirt, thc'wool they wash, AAlt N OUTLAY of$2 will furnish tM-I.rP.8ratu.t for

5Tvof which be .assured he will be able to 1,1 a, )him in hilt line business. lie also tenders his thanks' I and proud to that Dr. Mosely Twill card spin weave it, in a flash, converting "VVhlskej nnd Water Jftto.tlie strong.
lets am .
-- happy say
, th beat- Preparations. arm* Ag*. Jow. not only for cash and the produce of the country to bin friends, and the public generally for the very did eye.! relieve me and bad it not been for my having I Near M on tied to this is done est Vinegar in 38 (hoars, at a cost of two So'Uifeccent: '

t : '. but also to those who Imve ben dealing with him liberal patronage with which l he has heretofore been expose nmelf to very extreme cold bad weather, I I Ii i Where, Cotton warp and Ftlliny' spna. per llo .. t'"t"" '
: for vcar All the wishing t purchase we would favoted. and he hopes that a continuation of the fame il.i believe that I would) have had no return of the '! Where OmulJ/lrglthnt none excels) The 1 %. fflrix)8e are '

They are not recommended advise tl) (':l: FCC these splendidOlaee. i will be granted him. ,i (diseaoe.! I visited the Doctor a second time and he I Ii j J; Once seen tn buy, at once comjieh. Wine orfill"'y barrels. Thesnb tance.irltb: wliiefc

Cenl\1 Satin Plaid and striped, : He will eonstintly keep on hand full supply of all i relieved me again; and so far as the various icports I II I\I A list of prices here vt add.i they nre fillet, for.the purpose of making Vinegar r

as Universal j Solid Brocades, ,! worts of Ware usually: kept in an establishment of his I about the Doctor' injuring or failing to relieve me, j I i Send on your wool and make us glad. can be found in any otthe forests of America.

liro dc Rhine and Black Silks, of all prices and line of business. A full assortment ofSheet Iron, I they are positively false. As regardsDr.. Moseley'u Bold, for the rAf of Southern men, Persons without the slightest knowledgufth?>$
Cure-alls but for Sheet Load Lad SheetZinc Cistern j I This "FACTORY" still leads the Van, iness are led i imperceptibly into the inisnV
I
simply quaUuie.Black. : ; Pip, ( ; Pumps : skill in the Trfntmenl of Caiiftrs, I know of no PhyI process o(
i and colored Velrets, j' and l\ great many other aitick-s too numerous to men- sieian in th* world that would sunnier rely on than j\ In ytmlifp, there's few can dare factcre, which is by no means complicated.This .
what their name I Solid and plaid CI1Inerc4 and Merinocs '' tion. him. AsaSURGEONnndPHVcJlClAN.hcisequal j i (Ini6rc) with it loet'tnpaie. work ito be found nt N, Co Camp tre,' *

pur- Solid Delaines TO BUILDERS. and I i ij and at the book tore.No. 4ft St. Charles street '
plnid. :1.1 furl.1 | to itnv in the Southern States ; am happy to o
J Embroidered l, plaid black Alp.icc.i3; j i Tin Roofing, Guttering. Copper and Tin Conducting I II j cay that I found him to bv a perfect gentleman and List of Prices Terms, &c. lite the St. Charles Hotel Pric > per copy: 5K *
dollars
ports.The Black Bombazines, j Pipes tte.. all of \\hicb he promises ft' II., in the iiK*ti i pil.inthropisl| ( and advise all persons afflicted with I j[ The Jefferson Southern Rights. Cotton and Wool amount (two ) can be cent per mail in sold*

VERMIFUGE for Spanish and Mohair Dlhai I! i work-man.like manner ami *t\lc, nnd of the best material !1 Cancer, to visit the DOCTOR soon! as possible anti '1. Factory shunted 1J mile East ofMonticello.JcflVrson and the work sent per return mail parthn:ri'mutt w

| Ladies black and.colored Italian cloak cloths, I on shortcsl t notice anti most reasonable terms have their health restored. RANSOM C'OOl'EEt.Ruin. '!I Co.. I'Iuritlaun the Stage road to Alligator Fin, is now I i close 20 eenU in stamps to pre pay anti Register the

expelling Worms from ; Black and colored and) pilk Talma!, j j Hating[ been engaged for t the List eight years in | .'. August 80th. 1855. in full and pucce-s"riil, 1 operation, employing the latest Book. Address HENRY
| English plashed) Talmas. bu-inecs at this place he thinks it unnecessary to recommend 1 cwMr.. Ransom Cooper signed the above in my '| improvement both in Cotton nnd Wool! manufacturing WALTER & CO, Pnblmher.

the human has Dotted and embroidered late; V-.Is, 'I him elf any further to the public as regards '. preACIII THOMAS PERRY[ Pout Jt.lrl". I; Machiiu-rv., The goods from this Mill have thus fur I I New Orleans La.

system, Solid pliid and figured Barege, his capiibilitics as a mechanic but at the same time he i Rome, August 30th, 1 J i5. i i i i brought the leading price, both in New York, NewI Z3T: The grpnt value of this work has been mfficicntly -

also been 1 1 Back alll c.lured l Shallcys, ;1 as'inrs) all that favor him with a call, good work and l lI I I i I Orleans and 'I'exas. : proved by its adoption as a text book by the

administeredwith Silk and puaze Flannels:, j I cheap pril.I ('. Awful Case of Cancer Cured j j The Company offer for sale at the following prices. t: various liquor manufacturers of the city of New York.

the Red ami yellow Flannel, 1 liming lemoved from t the ul.1 stand: fvnneily known ;,I Tin is t. certify that Col. S. II. Harris of Craw- i I viz 1 : I RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE PRESS.
most satisfactory Oper.i Flannels f nil color he \\v found at hi" stand! I IlH'r I Cotton all Nos. a 80 cents a !
will
( ns White ct SIu-er, cor- foid county came to nit in the year J 1K31, with a Cani i'I Superior warp, Tbii work will be Sound to supply the dealer in U
results English and Ereneli ellbr.i.er.J band, of 200 foot Ftrect, where he will be clad to wait ft'ron IllS chin, of fourteen yeais standing.lhe chin- Bunch of 5 lbs by the bale of -10 Bunches and up. quors, wine, vinegar, Ac, with a thorough teaclierand
i
to various animals 1\CI.:1.111n C. Handkerchief:, on all his filends. THOMAS WHITE.D.c. 1 | Ixinuanil saliva: glands had nil become very much wards.I guide amid nil the varied and intricate processes of
j! (-"liars, and UnderHleevt", 1,1805 -18T : For less dollar Bunch. this bueineu.-\:
i 111lk.'relit'fl : (diseased: and! his constitution neatly ruined MY. Hari I n quantity one per I J'icayunt.
subject to Worms. !! Embroi h-ied AI.1 Collarette, j ----- ----- -- --- ----- the
Chtm.itte I II For Filling, same prices. : It were work of
\ i is hud! been under (the treatment of many eminent j jplivieinns supererogation to praise a book
Blue, brown green Veil lan.gt, I ltoniaeI nOllnc'ls. I and among them was the great Dr. Shep- No. 1 Oiuaburgs $ Ib per yard, 10 cents by the bale I of Mons. Lacour's writing. The volume before us is

The LIVER PILLS, for I Black love Veils, : AHIESt'nlor'llf'lrnw I) Bonnets.J I, iird.tgf Cliv: lesion, and al-n, the rclehratid Dr. Mari !! of 500 yards, aftd upwards. remarkable for its completeness and the exact practical

j Thread, Cl.t"n nUll Linen Laces ; LadiYs colored Mraw: Iriniincd !Bonnet". I II i!. --hall of Macon.'who treated his case twice without iI |j For half a bale, 10i cents. directions which it gives. Old manufacturer will

the cure of LIVBR COMPLAINT Cambii and Swi,,fillings! und Inicrtinjs, j I plain" I II j i cunning the disease. He finally went to Dr. Marj For Ices than half bale or by the bolt, 12 cents. find all of the old modes entirely superseded. TL.
Bobinctnnd Mantilla Laces. black, to third j I Plain wool Kersey, heavy, "a 28 cents by the bolt. I of the old formulas would
j use "
< a shall: as he informed me, the time, alHllle refused : appear as tbe foam of
all Coloicd M 'rilfI! "white satin nnd silk 'I I The wool department t" worthy the intention of in the
o BILIOUS PE- I to do anything insre for him. Soon after that time folly" presence of the 'new ones suggested in
Cm tain and Drrss Calicoes black (extra :tize) 'I Planters Burrs not to as they are I One
i Mr. Harris heard of the many wonderful cures that I |j our are objected this work. of the principal objects appears to be
RANGEMENTS SICK HEAD- 1tn1'rotler.ti;; Lic> Cuitain Children. and lli.:,.e, tti. aw -hi.ti made and visited me at Griffin as a last resort. readily removed by a machine for the purpose, but I to avoid, as far ns possible the use of apparatus Os.expensive .
J, White, bl.ick aid slate hosiery, : to Hal. the wm.llhoulJ be washed clean of dirt and dried l before to tbe
commenced and in (
I treating his case, six weeks (the j I operator)appUances of any kind in
White and black silk hosiery: I For !nl'y DAVID C. WII..cO sending it to the Factory. The Co, solicit the the manufacture of
&C.Purchasers I Ii Ciin'erVitS nil removed, and the Bore nearly hcnlud. j liquors, &.-AVw Yoik JTm...
ACHE Ladies. I Gouts Mack and(col'd Kid Gloves, October J 18,15. 41 Counties of Florida nnd
i an. 13. of the adjourning I This volume
i, This case was seen and witnessed by wore than five : patronage contains the art of preparing and put.
will Mi se" colored Kid Gloves ----- --- --- --- hundred, persons. I have the Cnncer now in my pos- \ Georgia. This Factory is an experiment, that should I ting up the whole list drinkables,froro achoic,pipe

pleasebe Ladies nt1!f.nl. Luck :1.1 Kid Gauntlets, i j Bacon, Bagging &c. 't."iOIl.IIIHIIIIlY person can see it b) calling at my office not fail of support ; Florida has been long' dependant : of Otard Dupuy, of the vintage of 1795, to a simple

ask for i October 13, ___ __ ___41_ !1 1 I'ST received per Litest arrivalfiom Nv Or.f' in in Griffin. This, ease wwitll'icd( bv on her Northern neighbors fur Ihose articles-the material ; rnd economical manner of making cider without IppIt's
particular to i leim and N"rw York, the f.illoing articles whichthev THOMAS JoNES of Griffic. : of which lies at her own door. All wool sent by fermentatioa A friend has applied the rcipc .

In, Leon Circuit ( our(. In E'uil! ofT, r at the lowest ca.-h price: Dr. J. I). MARTIN! shall receive strict attention. for converting 23 gallons of whiskey into 40 gal

Dr. C. McLane's ele- Ji-hn Mai tin, Complainant, l.l"Ci: Bales Basrsinrj.; E. W. WILSON, Woof Charges. I Ions with the most satisfactory results. The latter

r*. ] 1! 20 RM.. Flour, !.", ':. Sea L-land: do.SO I F. CRENSHAW, I' : Duality\ does not possess an equal amount of intoxicating

b/ated VERMIFUGE and John; P. K. Savage. and) hi-. I : i Coils R)pe, lit" ). ". WhikeyJnOlb |I Ii do ccitify, thl\t. myself and many others, of this I II j For carding" "in Rolls Baits: for" Matrasses 10 5 cents" per" lln." I properties to the former though the 40 gallons

wife, M-ntha: B. Savage, 'i *. Twine, 10 ],: Mess I'ork, : place, were eye witnesses to the above stated case, i For Spiuing i was of a much finer color, tatte, and odor.-.'1a York
LIVER PILLS prepared by and! Boiling P.tki-r: Tlus-I' 5u Keg Nails, ii j ji and I llmt Mr. Harris left peifc-ctlv well. I To be weighed after it is carded. I Jfrchanic.
wool into Plain the
tee Complainants: j tFT i i'i RICHARDSON & WHIT AKEH. I "A. H. IIA T'IOX. !i Fur manufacturing Kerseys I This rnucb'talked of book i is at hand. It contain a

G; appearing t the MtUfaction <.f (the Ct'urt, t that Ncwpoit, October, li 55. 43 Griffin: May, 14, 1S52. iTo j charge is 15 cents per nard, the Mill furnishing the i mass of information that is perfectly astonishing, and
I: < .. or, (if pretereu,) one half of the cloth. We |
lc' --- -- --- --- warp
-
Q?1 \ I I I f'I.llt.I Ji'hn I I'. K. Savage and. his wifeMarth.i --- I' :i could only havejbeen acquired from actual observation.
( shah be in a short time to manufacture
tLm.\ Hamilton Circuit COllrt.WiJli" prepared ;
In eUll/CPrl-ill ;
15. rc-ide! the limits of Florida : If wish to see ingenuity !look
0 .L't j C buyonil the Afflicted Oof nil Conditions. IJ { twilled goods. Our tt'rm:1l\re cah or exchange for i you applied, in a copy of
viz: in the State of (;cvgia-1L i is vnUred that \V. Burk, Complainant, j Lacour on Liquor. Practicability appears lo have been
I}
PlttS- do certify that; I was most horribly afflicted with j wool at this market price, we will take cotton when ,
SOLE PROPRIETORS they sr aiiJ pit-ad > demur to the the design of the author. No
i delays
npp' hl'n r.lr CI'Il1ilnlt r.' j are to
i I Cancer on hp which caused me |"min in the price is not above 8 cents. I necessary
at *. to be held in the Cluk'j! ce and, Liukin and Eliza my upper ascertain the results of an
:li Ilk .' 'Im V. Stephens, McTyer. ; I application ofarecip*.-
skill .
ilf'cribabl>'. After trying the ofallthemnHt t j JOHN M. PALMER. Agent.Jefferbon
burgh Pa. and take no t. ,'n lii.$ Monday Angui, 1 1856 I Pilcher, John) Pileher. Thomas I'ilcherV illiaii, Pileher t We speak from actual er\"ation.-Phil. Sun.
(sit lilt Ii I I Pltj-ieians that I could hir .1, and I that I S. R. Manufacturing "ro.I .
else the i-aul; Bill! will lie taken pro fniffint ;as n liut and Nathaniel Wicker. IK iis at law of James : | This work will revolutionize the. preent sivle of
without relief, I gave up my case as hope h.!", and, as Mile East ofMonticello. ,
other, as there are various them. I i i" fuither oidm-d thlt) I copy itf this: OrI'rk I Pilcher ceased, Defendant ; I tliiiihit, with death staring me in the f cu. But for- ,' April 19,1856. 16-121 : manufacturing liquors.-Nrtr YurK H,rout
published time i j iiisoiii.' > n<-\-papt-rpub-- i Lacour's book for instructing in he
f.r O"IJtl. appearing npon atlidavit to the !ntin of the tumtf-lv for me, I heard of Dr. Most-ley's greatmieecs i art of making
other preparations now ]Ji i-httl in th city (.f Tall h):" f( IT Court that the defendants Eliza Pih-her. John Pilcher. -.'in the treatment (If this diseaseand: as a last ;; Notice. ; and bottling effervescing temperance beverages, liquors -
and! ,.r at i this: 1 llth of Ftbluary wines, and fur the table
D't lcr.J 1: Willian Pilclur nnd NatitatielVickcr, heirs nt ; resort, I plated myself under! his tre:Unit-lit, and in one : pure vinegar should b.
before the public l s56. : Law of Jame-i PnVher dccea-ed, reside beyond the month trout the time he eomniMied, I wns perfectly t SIX I months after date, the undersigned, administra : in the hands of every housekeeper in the country.-

pur- J. WAYLES: 1.K ER. ..Jiidr. jri.JictiIJn: ) of this Court, to wit in the state of Georgia. sound, iiinl have been so ever siiICe. : of the E-tnte of It. E. Gibson, deceased will I The copyrights forbids, or we would give our reader
February 1C, 1S56. ni7Ame : and vouchers the lIon. this of the most valuable
her accounts to Judge morning some that
porting to be Vermifugeand __ __ ____ __________ i I ELIZABETH JINKS. I present recipes
--- in
i of Probate for Gadfden for final settlement : ever appeared print. How much information
It i? ordered that the said (Iefdndanti(1oap4aran1answer : Butts County, (;:.. May 27, ISH County so can
Liver Pills. All t ct La1'cre1y, the said bill, on or before the first Monday { nud will apply to be discharged from the administra-i be given for two dollars\ the most astonishing feature

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, in Jun next else the same will be taken Pm Con-I torship of said estate. i connected with the book.-Xne York Tune

others in Wholesale and. Retail Dealers in f<'' '," Pro\ided this order rhall be published in some j jNewpaper lloi-rlhlr Case of Cancer CM rod, I FLORIDA. F. GIBSON, Admfx. :. LACOCR ox LIQI'oR.-Thig is the most complete

comparison f : within, thi- Circuit once a week for the pi- BY 1)11V.. R. )MOSELEY M. I D. April 26, 185ft IC-Gm work on the manufacture of liquors that we ever met

DRUGS AND MEDICINES. J'l'erfumlry ti"ll..f four ;Inntlis. prior to !:aiil time. I IJ. I do certify that I was for many years JodilyafJ1ir.- ; with ; it contains an immense number of formulas fur

with Dr. McLANE's, are I DJlstuf, Snruic.il In!triiinen(
Spices. : Windows Gla: "s. Paint:, : t.dlfo1l!! and 1 Slewait.S'jlicitorsfor I Comjilnmant.Fibinary remedies i could h'-ar of. but found I 11111 relief I finally ,_AAA BEEF HIDES Wanted for which, the syrups tinegar, itc. The work is published by subscription -

worthless. Oil., Vaninbes. Putty)' Manuf.icturi'd Tobacco, '-'. IboG. 5 : heard of Dr.) \'. R. M-,s.-ley's gnat: snccc.-s in the t\J\J\f highv&t price wi.l he paid. Al:o Deer i innd ; the subscribers aro dealers and importers
I and Gl.ic Ware Patent Medicine : treatment of Cancer affection": and \hittd him liquors in this city. This alone would speak more in
: -- -- -- --- - --- at I Otter "ki"g. DAVID WILSON 0Tallaha"lel.
The GENUINE McLane's ; Fine Sonps Fine Tooth, l'tiieVine( and Biandics i BookBinding.flAYING I j Griiiin, ;nnd in the course of six we"kslleha.IIIt'I C.in- S"ph'mlJ.-.r 29 1 15:. 30 favor of the reliability of the work than could b* otherwise .

and 1 lair Bnvjhcs, fur Medicinal, : the serviceof Bindot J c-ornll! rcmo\ed. I would I a.vi.c all that aic afflicted : --- .- -- .-- .-- saidO.lJtlta..

Vermifuge and Liver : Paii.t Brl"IH"r, Fancy Articles pUfI0r8* 'I piepaied procured; to do all business a i pertaining we ', with the disease, t') \Nit him and IIItlll.ir: t health A "B"CLARKE March 1, 1856. 9- m

Garden St-fds, Fine Havana Segar: I ie.isson.ible restored. He is beyond) all kind, of doubt, the most i i --

Pills can now be had at They have i-ccntly received I Lanir and jOt I to) 1 llwt depaitniunt on tcrms.MrDOL'GALL
v7Ip1'I.!! .f e'ry8 ity of nrt '-!"s usually. ktpt I bvdruiab i Cherokee, Ga. EMANUEL DOMINGAS. \ 'I
Planters nnd March I -l.l856! 0 _ i DIALER IN KK\DV{ : MADE CLOTHINO A DiKXTLKMK.'s
find LACOUR'S
always _
ail PhJlrIUIS11 HU'F.lu5ns-lk .J. D. Martin, Griffin, Ga.; Dr. J. "T "T IMPROVED PROCESSFor

respectable Drug I at this eMaUi'jbrnunt a ful supply ofevrything needed : NEW GOODS) i Y. M. Puckct, Harris county, Texas ; Gictr Bishop, ,IVI ( : Fl'H;I I1IOH GooDs.I I making all kinds of

Stores. and on the m(tliherl ttfU. Win, GaL.ScIriIiii. i TOW receiving at the well known old stand formerly j I
Orders firn the Country proinplf filled and atiftic- MYERS j I Liquors and Yinrgnr.INSTANTLY .
I, r.rO\VLE & --- i .L occupied by Clark it Stillman, a general j
lien piiaranteeil, with r g-sru both to prices and 1 quali I assortment of Superior Mac'e! : CllltLicg. Furnishing ; ; by the use of Lacour Easeatial
FLEMING BRO'S I A, RE now receiving by recent Breast' can be Cured.1.E1' \ Ready i X Oik.
ty. 11ivsicti'n preset ij't ion eaiefully ( V Goods' Cloths! CftHi'merfs, &c. }
Yorknfa
ollolnII"1 L arrivals from New \ [ Vestings, com-
WOOD ST. Also Ejping'compound. Fluid t ,"- 4. THE Pl'IlLIC I HEAD | These Oils are obtained by Distillation the Chemical -
PITTSBURGH PA. ,
0 i"nat.le: nlll well selected stock of j poeed l in part i-f the following articles : |
J.ULS, 1850. 1WlnesSyrups I Ix mt-rev to the afflicted andtheiriatitndeandliiph Fine Black Drl'ss Frock Coat Laboratory (parish Jefferson) of Pierre Lacour
I -
Sole Proprietors. : Watches ami Jowrlry, I opinion I i-nttrtain of DR. MOSELIIY} as a Suigeon( I Black and Col'd Single Breasted Frock and | Author ofLn ur'S Chemical Analysis. LacoQr4 Chemical -

SCOVILA-MEAU, &c. C"nsitinf{ of g utleinen's gold hunting levers, ladies and Physician, I deem it my duty toiiicnli I the case: ; Biiip) Coat. ;i Manipulations, Lacour on The Manufacture .f Liquors
gold levers silver lever, hunting, anchor, K-pine and | of wife, at the saline time that itl i ito :.
No. 111. Charters SL New Orleans, Otard Brandy Sparkling Cider, i mv hoping t p'rslJn.sI'illlilarly Fancy Cas-iinere (he). do. do
OLD Watches Cameo, M.o'-aic, Coral and! all gold '1 LACOUR'S OIL OF COGNAC convert neutral
qtiartier ; afflicted be boiicritted b. it. In the i Black
General WlK'lfbale agent f'r the Southern States, to Poit, Old Port ; may ant Colored Cloth Overcoats, j
whom all "t be addressed. i Madeira Cherries.I\ie' lK>M>m pins and I earrings, necklaces, gold and jet cros j'I first pa it of tins year, my wife had several Miull lumps I Hl.ik oe.-kin Pant spirit to a superior imitation of Imported Brandies,
Brandy
mu J
Sold ore E. Jr. Miles Sherry, Sardines, : j sos, }rjouoin pins) and lockets fur hair and daguerreotvpes ; to make their appearance in her breast ; they Cf>:itinued to Fancy and Cold Ca.*imere Pant, I viz: Otard, Sarzernc Marett: Cognac, Poultney, Seig-

Nafh t"i bf Am.', Tallahwee.! 1 fm plain, diamond ruby, pearl and met, and and I 1 don Dock Brandies. The Liquors will have a full fruity
I : g onyx a r.Ueu"l ma", very painful. ptucured the Velvet do.
; ( at.I'4 r < Mills l: New'portV.; Carpcnalin H.ivorin Extract, j J'eais Fancy ,
\ I cornelian finger. iinggcntl'meu's) ; diamomf( ine) ; Lest medical aid in the Mty of Rome and I in>lwithstaii'lmg I fI do. C.ir.3. II Cashmeres flavor, and a beautiful sparkling color. Common
)
t"f.c... rUkflllh! : IM"\: & l'op'!, h.li.n Y "a.t P iw l -if, Tnmnnnds, ] ( ,
: sUeve button( plain, cameo olivE and comedian a [ I fillfl1ll1tlc'uli"l1, I Rectified Whiskey will be changed, by the ns of the
; IK the
!* : (Oli\e I I cart! :-t all' most : I 1 White Marseilles do. D. B. !
A- Bn M Piien.1)t1tic.1li
T I.ti.1n. : ; i :Spani-h; Spices, : of "-hids fine gold, vest fob and guard Oil of Cognac, to New York Brandy, Pine
n'ataril.ty
!! eontimu'd Apple
\\-. ]It"g"r C,... ,!I.oII,. e; ] A. Widjjc51. i Curia Starch Picklei : i! &kilfullI'Jiria.' !, io to ;row'orl and j Ii -AJ.SO- i i
(,n. Lt1an'; c' Nkb Clt.!.. Z"iJtr,hllz..1!, ., ( (;:1.; Wuico-tei.liire i-nuce: Salad Oil, chain. seals kegold and iver pen and pencil ca- 'I worse until theya'e the case up not incurable, and I Iadvicd A fine assortment of Shirts,Collars. Cravats, Black i Brandy common Cognac Brandy
?*, ljc'ii-oi) : I'liiil/n-l.;e ; iScixa: *, I't.zniviHc, Englixh Mustaid, Capers] '! scs "I'd' i"ld, J-ilver and toel ijieclack's, gold awl ailcr amputation. I was adxy'suil by many of my i i White and Colored. Kid and Silk Gloves, selfadjustlog :j OIL OF RYE changes common Reot-
Ub.: 1 i Claret, LVKma \ tl1 m1)ltl. friends to visit IHt.V.. It. MOSELEY, of GritHn. Ga". | Stocks. Cotton and Merino Under.shirts, Jean, I it ell Whiskey to Monongahela Rye \VhlokeY.Jld Virginia

Fa'y: lSrG.: 8-1y i AMES A LIVELY. i j Fine Cutlery anil Glln4 i which I di.I1J.], a.-luni-hing' as it may seem, he hud \ Drawers. Brown Fancy. Cotton, and Iile Thread -J !' Malt Whiskey, Bourbon Whiskey, ;.
:: I JOT tilt; citr'J fi'liin one month and .IC it 1I01I i iiti OIL OF CEDRAT changes common Rectified
| Dirn) r'r11,1 bieakfa-t knives withoit f.-iks knives Hose, White and Colored Cambric Handkerchief, all :
--- --- Jnnuaty : 18:1. rintiilhrulth; !! I would n.hise all who, afflicted i Whiskey to old Irish Malt Whiskey, and a superior
nre
-- ami f".1ill. ettp carvers und Bled single: fine pock- of which are olfered to the public on rea onable terms j
Piano Fortes. i Plows rOWS! : t-t cutlery, Mi'-urs; ,ci"ur11111 ra/-i-, ; fu.u double I I with (.rrhu., and Cancerous affections, to visit the' and warranted as good as offered in this Market.! j article of Scotch Whiskey. .
OIL OF PEACH
;. arc prepared 1', funii-.li Piano: j jI John M' .re'.s Plows Xo. 1 nnd, 2. 1.Jrn-II.,1 1 hniinatcdtled: anti stub twist guns, com- I I Doctor) without delay, as I am satisfied by experience :. Call and examine. Peach Brady, Ac changes Oil Peach common and Whiskey Oil of to Virginia
WE J.\UnFlot j and -crvntion, that ho ithe most skillful jhysic-nn: Cognac
November 10 1R55.
A of vaiiouiattein line and I 45 I
Foites. of the l kt moil I guns, shot poiwlicii ] ->,
very rpiahty j oin Mvbtiand fir wile by will convert common Whiskey to Apple Brandy.
ff landing t llask-s rods and I' in the Southern States, in the treatment of that Loi-
clcaniiig
most liberal! te ms. I McNAUGIITA-ORMOND. I common powder : Ely's eaps ible ,1asclLt'e-Calll''r. I Manufactured Tobacco. OIL OF GIN converts the poorest Whiskey to Holland .

are cond to none in any country cither as I New Poit t, Jan. 12, 1856. 2 '; wad, wad cutters, :1Il.1111al:1 ial: : for guusmiths. I WILLIAM II. MITCHELL, 1' I Gin Scbeidam Schnapps Rose Gin Swan Gin

t \erv Instrument will be warranted.MILllS !. I Cod Liver Oil. silver Mullen Manufactured Tobacco on consignmentagain I CONCENTRATED ACID
tabl.descit aud tea SJ.OOHS forks soup I of J. HI Riudbitty, Rome, Ga. wiHinfive
NASH A CO. I : the celebrated t nLnI1"" He I and I en-am ladles, butter and pickle knives, ],!atcd Rome, Ga., October 25, 1854. I this season 100 Boxes now on the way out.- hours after being mixed, change five gallons of good
1850. 8 PLHFtf Moichiantsvill do well to bear this in mind and it
FLruary23, I 11RFSH' : and 1 communion service will be sold lower than same quality can be laid downfor of the mcst acid that be found in
gallons
AMES: LIVELY I *, electro plated tea scK I Vinegar can
I f"le J chamber and A. C.A.B.D. i from usual markets, and on time to good par the markets. the of Lacour's
I Concentrated
ApriU, ISSfi. 14 butter, sugar. anti cream di-hes parlor By use Acid -
Q-inine. ,
-- ----.-- candlesti'-ks salt cellars, boquet holders, card! anti I :j ALL jKTson that an* I.irolof availing themselves i ties. DANIEL LADD. I Vinegar can be made for one dollar and sixty cents
JUST rcti\ OncES Quilin. I, GEORGIA ) flower bJ ktt5.. anti biittannia ware. i iitIixcellaiiooiK of DU. MOSELEY'S (services. will find him at Newport, August 4, 18:5. 31 per barrfL
Brand, 1Igllher\ilhagn'ntnuiety \XI 'LORIU.D I 1.I I NFIRMA ELY, BUOADWAY, C RIFFIN,G EOR.U i i ------- FOR MAKING
Executor's LIQUORS, Laconr's Oil's
require
Ai I'Hclc Notice.
f Chemir l AMES LIVELY. j IA i
( pure J 1 : I no -only the Oil into the
H. T. J/CUR preparation pouring Whiskey
LEE
Aprils 5, lS.r,6. 14 Indies itticules! satchels work !)"xeM, poarl Berlin I Patients boarded at $1 per day, or $16 per month. I SIX months after date I will present my final ac and shake weiL The Liqnia thus made will have a
-- - I Practicing Dentist) iron, anti morocco port monaies pearl card cases, coj I j FEES, in all casesto be agreed before under- I and vouchers to the Judge of Probates for
Olive Oil. ial I }beads coral necklaces and nimlcts, jet bracelets -L_. ... _.." _..,__ I tT'1? ." _._,.".' Leon and for final j fine natural aroma-a full, rich, oily tisste.-a beautiful -
I laaUI. O.M ea'-p win ue received hiLt UH eULUIIl- I Gounty apply a discharge from color and fine bead. Lacour's Oil
.t SUPERIOR article f.,r Table use. Just re IN TIIOMASYILLE. GA. and MONTICELLO 1 r.ecklac-j-s and bosom pins napkin rings hair and tooth I i tiu-i.t unless it is liclicred, on examination, that it can the offioe of Executor of"W. O. Ilylton, dec"ased. exert transparent three distinct a in
.t A LIVELY.: and MADISON, FLA. their respective and I bruMirs.h.it reviver" fchell. buflalo, india! ruU'tr and properties converting common
<>ived by AMES : fnc .J be euied or admit of relief. All cases rejected will WILK CALL, Ex'r.Dec. to Gin Ac. The first
Aprils, 28S6.; 14 'I adjacent counties. Hein-> any numbt-r of Aitifioial I ivory combs china and wax doll>, razor strops and I :I.1UlIJalllIC!: I charged I I"5, for cxaminiation and advice. 22, 1855. 51-6m Whiskey with and Brandy subsides, in, the form of Floculent property combines

Teeth, from ONE to a FULL Kelt, <-n the latest money belts cigar cases, feather dusters pailoraml All letter, to entitle them to notice, must enclosea particles
the
whole of
the oil Alcohol
Flower Jars. I i 1, improved principle, giving them that) beautiful, lifc-! I d I K.r bdls, liohemi glass nnd china vases alit 1 baskets I "-tOIl1/" for the payment! of postage, and. be directed I i Hides I The whiskey is thus deprived grain of, (that Amylic peculiar irritating )--
likeapjvi.iiauce whi'-h approaches Nature so nearly terra cotta vases and pilchi!, perfume bottles,
t to W. H. MOSELEY. D I
in for which the
quantity highest
LARGE assortment of Flower Jar various Si- to detection the elopcst observer. I and side WANTED any and burning taste, and becomes a neutral spirit i
j a challenge by jewel cases; centre suspension) lamps lampshades I
Griffin
V Geoigia. price will be paid in cash or groceries j the second in
consists
zei, Just received and for sale l byAMES | Pt-rtons needing Dental (operations on their NATURAL chimneys nnd I wicks, \'iolin'l and }bows, guitars 23 1856. property an ocly mucilaginous
.1 February ly-8 BROOME & HEIR.
J LIVELY. .Teeth. and wish him t perform them, can by I banjos, tambourines accordeons, clarioucts ilutcs and I taste imparted to the Liquors, which renders it mellow,
16 1865 37
April 5, 185(. 14- I ISalSalSal. applying soox, have them dOle at the following prices fifes, guitar nnd violin strings, fine cologne and other September. .. and imparts an appearance of great ,oge ; the thhi
Leon --- -- -- ------
which will be found to be MUCH lower than has ever perfumery, and a general asortmcnt of Toys. County Iron Works, STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESSAT property is exhibited in the rich, vinous, nutty odor

; been offered in this section of country befor to-wit : I Watches and jewelry repaired promptly aud in thebest TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. that is imparted to the Liquor, which renders distinction -

I For filling teeth with Gold J.'oi ?1 00, 1 50 f 2 00 Ii manner. rrMIIS Establishment is now in full operation. All NEWPORT. from the Genuine Brands impossible.

200 HODGKISS, POOLE, k CO. and ?2 5", varying according Mze of cavity and I Oct ier 20., 1855 42 1. .orders' will ho attended to with promptness,and I f PilE undersigned still carries on the above business 52 These Oils are pnt op in quart bottles, each
Noembcrl?, 1S-55. 4&' : amount of material used ; Extracting teeth, in OFFICE, - --- --- -- all work done with neatness and dispatch j I -L in all its branches. Buildings well calculated for bottle contains sufficient Oil for making 300 gallons

____I ._ ____ __ __ __ only 50 cents-out of office, *1 I NoticeS All kinds of work, such as Steam Work, Mill Work, I I despatching wagons. D. LADD liquor. Full and comprehensive direction accowp*
His l.ll'F f.r a full upper or lower pdt of,f teeth on IX montta'aftcrdatc, we will prcs'ntour accounts, Gin Gearing, Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery, j Newpoi September2l54. 35 ny the bottles. Price ?2 per bottle.ST .

Notice. I-LATE (with CONTINUOUS) GUMS if necessary,) is I vouchers Ac, to the Hou. Judge .of Probate of Shnfting, Pulleys, Hangers, Plough Castings, Brass I : One bottle of these Oils (five in number) will

81 m ntli alter the first pHblioationof thi-n"tiel : only *6 per tooth, and jnrf< ct satisfaction. guaranteedin Hamilton County, for a final settlement of the estateof Castings, &c.; also Sugar Kettles, of any size kept I'' John McKarspencie ) In Gadsden Circuit Court. be securely packed and shipped (with [bill of lading)

Iho-nndersiifned, administrators of the estate. of 4 tvery instance. Ii Stephen Kcrsi! late of said County deceased, and I I constantly on }hand. All work clone in such establishment \1. l J- In Equity. free of charge to any part of tta country upon ft*

Lewis. II. Branch, deceased, will present their accounts i Those desiring his services in any portion of the ask to be discharged as Executors of said estate. will be done by us, with a particular regard to I Mary McKarspencie ) Bill for Divorce. receipt of $10, to the address of

and vouchers t the .Judge of Probates of Leon C
ti tv, and ask to be di-scbarged from their administration can upon application by letter to either of the above WILLIAM I BASSET, J "XtI'8. Competent Workmen always in readiness to put up .. .of, D..P.- Holland. soliciter. for- the. complai-- -. I March 1,1856. 9-fim
< f said celnte. named Post Offices,or otherwise i receive prompt at Feb. 16, 1856. 7 Engines. &(. ant that the tlelendanl resides beyond the junsdicj '
JOSEPH BUAXCII. ) tentiou. .-. _- -------- Terms will he liberal, and all work done strictly for j I tioti of the court, but within the slave of Florida. Advances on Sea Island Cotton.

JAMES H. nUAXCI j A' rs. .. Circular & Upright Saws.nOE cash, or accepted orders on some business firm in this j I It is ordered, that this cause be set for hearing upon T IBERAL ADVNCE3 made on Sea Islaad OtJ -
l RKFEIIENCES : I the fact in the bill
Dec 29, 185! 56a A CO, and Welch & Grincth Circular Raws I place. Liberal prices paid fur old Iron, Copper and I 1 in charged; on the first Monday ton for Shipment to Charleston, by D. LADD.
1S5 unless
-*-- I JUDGE COI.E Macon, Georgia. Brass. September, the defendant shall on or
46, 48 aud 52 inch fcizcs, on hand and for before that New Port, NOT. 3, I85. 44
HON..J. L SEWARD ) day enter his
Notice. sale D.LADD All letters must bo addressed (post paid) to appearance and demur,
JL-iE LoviThomasville} Oa. by plead, or answer to said bill It is further ordered
J. M. SHINE Tallahassee Fla. ,
Port N '. 1855. ,
New S 44
0\ ,
S iX months after date we wi present cur account J.S. Wixx.Esa., ) March 11, 1854. 10 that a copy of the above order be published in some For sale.

and touchers t(he 1 Judge of of \V. S. DILWOKTH, Esq. ) Notice to Contractors.OFFICE -. - -- -.-- newspaper, weekly, for three consecutive months previous SACKS SALT, in first rate order by
Hamilton County for a settlement of the estate C. G. FIFE Esq.. I IMesrs Most Approved Corn Mill in tsc to said first Monday in September. DODO and 500 a 8. KNIGHT.

of David Moat, late of said county, deceased, and ask .< J. Bcnn. }( Monticello, Fla. OK STATE ENGINEER, TIt'F.SA VISTA, } passed at Chambers, this 6th of May, 1856. September 1 1855. 35

to b discharged as 3 mini6tnt rR I Col. E. E. BLI'K lu. OIIASUE MILL P. 0, ST. JOHNS HIVEK, FLA., V -f A A OF the most approved LANIER CORN J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge.

EDWIN F. WREDE. January 12, 183C. 2 AUGUST 20m, 1855. ) JLUU MILLS for sale by the Subscriber. The8eMi11s'have May 10, 1856. 19 Garden Seeds.

MOAT, PROPOSALS J will be received at this been for some time in use through this region
ELIZADJTH SEALED of fresh seeds
the 20th day of August, 1856, fur constructing and lower part of Georgia, and give perfect satisfaction AFRESH supply from Thorbtrrn'u.
BOOKS BOOKS BOOKS Mistic and for sale
March 1, 18M. 0-6m I a Canal, with its necessary apppudagcs, grinding with case 'JO bushels and the rise ATWOOD & BROOKS per byMcNAUGHT i
"UST received 'from New York, the j such as Lift Locks, Guard Locks, Basins, Acn from in the day, with less than tho ordinary gin power applied ORMOlf
folowmg new Books: "The Old I Lake Harney ou the St. Johns to Indian River, a distance to it. The maker furnishes a hand toput it up; PRACTICAL GUN-MAKERS New Port, Jan. 12, 1856. 2

Town Property for Sale. fI ( by Mrs. Ann S. Stephens. !] of thirteen miles, 3.410 feet ; authorized by tbe and every one warranted to give perfect satisfaction.Call .

THE undersigned offrrs at private sale, the follow- i Wo "Fashion and Famine." The j, General Assembly, of the State of Florida, at its session and examine them at D. LADD'S HAVING established themselves permanently in Planting Potatoes.

deacribed property, known a the Jrai'ia I.t power, command of Iani i of 1854-5, by An Act entitled An Act provide April 21, 1855. 18 they would offer their services to 2 K BBLS.Yellow Potatoes,ju t landing n floe orO -

viz: Lt Nos 3. ?5,27. SO, 4S, 140, 141, 142, 143, guage, description, strong passion and dram : for and encourage a Liberal System of Internal Improvements -------_. _- the Citizens of Florida and the surrounding States for der, and for; sale by .

144, 227. 25. 289,240, 241, 242, 243, 244.245, atic forc .My First Season," a new novel under the in this State. MILES NASH & CO. the manufacture of Double barrelled Shot Guru Rifles McNAUQHTA ORMOND

U8, 248, 250, 252, 25 3, 254, 2M 27. 28, 268, all i gufe of an autobiographv. It is written with grace Proposals will specify the amount for which the and Pistols, which they warrant to be equ I to New Port, Jan. 1!, l8&. 2
in the original plan of the city Tallahassee. and beauty, sparkles with imagination and is sustained work will be done, the mode and manner in which Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &0. any made. All kinds of repairing done in a neat Aod

-ALSO- by originality of thought and expression. payments are to be made,whether in lands or moneys received from New York bark R H. Gam- workmanlike manner and without delay, as all work Groceries.

LoU 3 4 J B 6 7 in S. .Taverino," from the pen of Madam George or portions of each. Maps, Profiles and estimates can JUST a general assortment of per articles in is done at the time when promised. Our incieate
line
Nos 1,2, County qr.A our ,
Sand. .Rosa Clark," Fanny f'cm'l Jat novel. together be seen at this office, and any information obtained by such as Oils of almost every kim]. Burning Fluio, twill rifles, foi target shooting, made to ordei and COFFEE. Sugar, assorted Beans, Linseed Oil and
t80- with t lut liaR, .Fern Leaves, and .life and addressing the undersigned at. Orange Mill Post Office White Lead, Zinc and other paints, Wiudow Glass of warranted to _hoot with precision from 100 to 140 V Whiskey,Ac, Ad, Ac.McNAUOHT.

LoU Nos. 4.1 IS, 15, 16, 22, 25, 39, 40, 48, 61J' Beauties Fanny Fer" Hose Clark upholds the re St. John's River, Florida" Proposals will also best quality Putty, Brushes Potash Soda Sparklin* yards. %g Shop Sign .f the Rifle Monroe House. A ORMQND.

6t,in the County quarer. putation of this distinguished female novelist. It is be received for constructing a Rail Road over the Gelatins,London Mustard, French Brandy ( best April 61856. 14-6m NewPortJan.12,183& 2
Th above described interesting and claims the attention of the ground. F. L. DANCY very ,)
prpperty formerly booe intensely same for medicinal purposes, Spices, Lemon Syrup -
to Oor. Brown. For further information ter reaer beginning to end. Abbott's Napoleon, State Engineer, State of Florida. Inks, Quinine, Peruvian Bark, Flmd Pepper Extract Buchu,, Executor's Notice. Circular Saw Mill Agency.
which will apply A Perry Amaker, complete, embellished with steel engravings, beginning August, 1855 35-ly :., and
a general
t
libl assortment of months
b E. Popular Patent after date will
we onraccocnti Jeof
with the birth following him through SIX present THE undersigned ha the age ey for the *
Attorney Medicines. We
L" e Kmpors keep none but the best and vouchers to lbs Hon. of "
P MANP the Consulate, and Banishment His trials very Judge Probate for .Heryick's Improved Cirrobu SaW Mills,
Blacksmithlng.JHE to merit
Until sold the CHARLE f.1nt and triumphs are related with great strength, and the hope your patronage. the said County of Gadsden, for final settlement and, consutingof three ue tot 42, 48 and 82 or 84 iocb.
abve property "i b is unsurpassed by any American writer. Undersigned have formed MILES NASH, & CO. apply to be discharged from the cxecutonhip of Oscar Saws. Th M CircuLirt'are d cW* ny tha best In nsa.;

1C 1856. A PERRYJlKER style to Harper's Magazine are solicited. Sub ___________ co-partnership for the purI ." March 29, .1856.. 18 Fillyaw deceased. having vend improTemtnti ttm tM *Page1* or any
February S -- -- -----
year begins in January with Dickens .LittleDorret" pose of carrying on the Blacksmithing Notice- OWEN L. & JAMES A. FILLYAW, Extort other Patent in nsa. Tb. oot U aboct f SOOt f35C;

Apply to McDOUGALL A HfBBY. Business in all its various branches. Particular April 12, 1856. 15InnAdministrator's and $4 50 for varioo SUM,aoeordtog to extra carriage,

Notice. February 9, 1856. '. 6 attention is given to Carriage and Spring Work, IS hereby given, that we shall make application, six fa. For further partknlara apply to

months Afe date J hall present my acunt and to laying Axles of all kinds of Vehicles. The months after dale, to the Hon. Probate Court of Notice. DANIELLAUDJforport -

SIX t the Honorable. Judgc of Probate of shop is convenient to the Livery Stable of P. B. Bro- Hamilton County, to be dismissed fiom the administration "VTOTICE is hereby given,that tb Fla, November 8, liss 44
Wanted Wanted undersigned will
CoiMttr or a fjual crttlcinent as adminUtra- kaw, and special attention given to horse.bocing.- of tile Estate of James S. Ross,late of Hamilton -L i at the expiration of six months file hu vouchers

Hlmit."0 tbecsttl of IJcrnis Doti'htity late of laid TO purchase 50 likely NEGRO MEN, from 18 to Farming implements of every description done to or- County, deceased. and aply for a final discharge from the administra Rough Rice JEtoQfhKice !

I Giiwty. and ask lo, beiscbsrgod froni said 25 years of age, for*which the highest price in der. P. B, BROKAW, AMOS CJU IIIIm. Admt'r. I Lion of the estato of Nathen dolt,'deceased. O A BUSHELS
dcae
.;nlinlslJtinf. .1'AlIES W. GEWEltFeb. Cash will be mid. Apply to S. S. KNIGHT. U. B. FITTS: ELIZABETH CHESHIRE: Ad.ul'x. PATRICK SMITH, Admt'r OU Forgd RoogULi
; hy 8.3.KKIOHT
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