The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: June 7, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY JAMES S. JONES. FLA., JUNE 7, 1856. VIII...NO. 23.

The Floridian & Journal MILES NASH & CO., BY AUTHORITY.LAWS ous length of twenty 'miles of each of such Adventures of Captain Ryder Amongthe LIFE'S VicasiTCDEi. Very recently wo

.. Is published every SATURDAY, by I roads, may he sold and so from time to time ArabsAt heard an eminent man, now living.in; Mau-

JAMES S. JONES: EDITOR & PROPRIETOR, I DEALERS IN OF TIlE UNITED STATES. until said roads are completed ; and if any of Sea, off Cape Barbas, West Coast of chusetta, relate the ensuing exploits dims.
said roads within At that time bo inferred
DRUGS, H PAINTS are not completed ten yearsno earlier years. as may
Africa, February 3 1860. I will
. At TIJREE DOLLACS per annum, in advance. I i further ale shall he made and the lands give you from his statement, prosperity and ranown
II a short Account of battle with tile Arabs
I MEDICINES JFJ OILS &c. Public unsold shall revert to the United States. my his ken
TERMS OF ADVERTISING. I [ 10.] on the const of Afri *. The third day ofNovember were beyond :- 4 .
JOINT RESOLUTION for SEC. 5. And be it further enacted. That When I was 52 years old. I commenced(
One square of 12 lines!, or less first insertion!! $1; 00 : V\7"OULD inform their friends and the public that: enlarging:: the the 1855 we went on shore, having IS
United States mail shall be in establishment in Cincinnati
.. .. have custom house, office and court houseat transportedover working a veneering
each subsequent 50 TT they on hand a good assoitment! of sucharticles post been on shore the'day previous and traded
Professional and Business: Cards inserted at 10 p I as are generally kept in their line of business, MilwAukio, Wisconsin. said roads, under the direction of the with them, when they seemed quite friendly but getting into difficulty with thn
sumntt. r.1 mid will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their I Post Office Department, at such price as but I did ; proprietor, I had to leave. I concluded togo
lie it resolved by the Senate and Home of not like their look.!*, although, wo
AJveit'scments not maiked with the number terms shall be i ensonable.Tallahassee Congress may by law direct : Provided/That down the river, and took passage in A
I Representatives of the United Slates America I were well armed and did not fear them. But
Insertions! will be continued until foibid, nnd chargedaccordingly. April 9th[ ,1853' 14. : of until such pricft is fixed by law the Postmaster steamer for-no place ia particular for 1
zn Congress assembled, That the Secretary this day: I bor.owed Capt. Tuck's gun because I
tiT"Certificates of publication cf liyal or estate EDWARD M.\ WEST. I of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, I General shall have. tho power to determine it had two barrels. I went on shore had: no plan for the future but trusted all to
will not be given until the advertising fee i* I the! sim: fortune. Being very nearly strapped" I
notices authorized before.
to extend the building now in daylight to shoot some flamingoes. I
paid. Attorney and Counsellor at Law I Approved May 15, 1850.Col ( had landed about eighty wiles above Yickshurg. T'I
process construction ct MiKvaukie, for a my revolver with mo and feared no harm.I .
and went to wood with other
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. I custom house, post office, court rooms, &c., Schlesinger's Antecedents.A took my bow-oarsman: with me, and left cutting two
men, whose financial: resources! wore as scant
TALLAHASSEE Aprils>, 1S6C. 14T I not exceeding twenty five feet, in length, and four men in tho boat well arnv-d with instructions ,
--.0 _____. _____ I erect proper vaults therein if, in his discretion compatriot of Col. Schlesingc-r in the not t') leave it. After waiting a- !j as mine. Wo got along i finely, camped in a

ALEAABEILRev. {; I >TEi vv BOO:5.S.: : I the public interest i it-quires the same :- I Lopez expedition, who is at present engnged while for game saw some natives coming 'I largo hall and cotton-wood lived exclusively stump, kept fat bachelor's meat and pk 4 _______
I on 1.
1: JUST RECEIVED Provided, That such extentiou: can be completed as a compositor in the St. Louis .\nzcigcri I towards us. Suddenly three camels: came
-o- History of England..ol.: 3 i 4, i I with and i white beans, which variety was: cooked iu
not fury us cut off from the j
:1t:11expense exceeding thirty upon us
IF. If. Childcrs, A. M.! Principal, I Irving's Life (if \\ nshintnn; j three thousand: dollars, including the ton percent i lea cstens, has j,ublished in that journ, I boat. From these dismounted three men who the hrgest fragment of a b oken krltle. I
Calhoun's I
Mrs. II. II. Brown, Teacher or Jlusic.0 I Bancroft's C.'mpleteVorks& Ilildrcth's United, States, I for coiitingeuccs, which sum, or so I the flowing( details of the past life of the camo towards us armed with double barrel i don't know that I have ever enjoyed mys U
I I better( than I did then but I do_ know that I
Alout:-The Hidden 1'atb.iJcDOUGALLA. I much thereof as shall be necessary, is hereby i "distinguished' patriot." They are evidently I ed muskets and thirty or forty on foot came i ,
i have been thousand times ducon'en-
(;F REFER t- Hon. M. A. Los,;. PitVi.! Hcmd of ; HOBBY. appropriated out of any money remaining in i penned! by one who] bears him 110 good v ill, I armed wi'h knives, muskets and creccs. I Ii u more

7rll"tcI, 1). C. Wil on. Er]_ Oen. R. A. &hme, Dr. !j --April---12.- -1-S-:-G.----15----.---- I the treasury not otherwise appropriated :- and bo : i waved my hat: for them to leave us, but they ted.r e got along finely.l One day our
NiQs i Nash, Hon.T. W. Brevard, Gov.J. E. Bfl.I t_-The exerci!es of the A ,1dem will commenceon ; I "Colonel Sfhlesinger is the son of a C t-r- mhat those days, a very fancy buggy. Unfortunately 0F
I A A SACRED HA UPS.IVV ) be paid under this joint resolution until the I to the men in the boat to come to our
MoI1Iv.: : the ;th inst. man Hebrew clothes dealer of Great Kaniaha before he left felled
: relief. \vu a largo tree
April 5", 1f 55. 14 knOUGALL & HOBBY. i i Secretary of the Tieftfiury shall contract for i : IV they) had done so I sho'ild no: have
____________ i ,i! April 12, 1856. 15 : the completion ol said building so extendedat Hungary. lIe served in the Austrian army, got hurt ; but they ran off with the boat and across it, and shivered it to tplinteri. Ha
MCDNA1 ----- in which he advanced to tilt rank of stormed and swore and drew knife and
DR. N. G. -- -- --- ------ a corporal left a ,
us to our fate. On the
; a cost within the sum heretofore :and he e- came pirates, the
FLOYD & HOLLAND, i! by appropriated. but was for some reason, unknown to worst beings on earth. As a last resort I threw threatened to exterminate us, but finally ",'outoff L (.
MOXTICELI.O, FLA. at Law.TILL the water, discharged. At the commencement hat fiom poorly pacified. Things looked bad-pro.
Attorneys Approved May 15, 1S5G. i my me to warn them off but it was I II
11TILLtteni with siduous care, all case: entrusted >. of the Hungarian war: he lived with his all the them bably we should have to pay for the wagon.
!' to liim. ; \ practice: in the Circuit Courts of Middle I 1-- .I I same: to their object being to !1
father and assisted him in his business but t While council of .
we were holding a
Office adjoining that of C1. 1>;1 worth. i! TT nnj Wc t Floiida and in the Supreme Court I j [Public 17. i plunder and then sell us for slaves. But they
March _2, 1856. 12-ly I of the State. Al.() io the Ii"tiiut Court of the United | ] soon thereafter he entered tho Ilungaiian missed their aim. I determined not to give I i I a large raft came floating: down the river F'e -;

-- -----1!1 States, in the Northern Ui-trict of Tloiida. AN ACT making: a grant of landi to the army as a corporal. During a !short furlough 'I up' but to die on the spot sooner than betaken. I I without a person,11l'lr it. it had! probably -

WILLIAM: P. SLUSSER Jl.J. FLOYD. Office A\ilHrl.ieola.] Fb.I State of Iowa in alternate sections to aid he purchased at Pesth an ofBc-r's uniform in I soon snw they were a di.1V/ent tribe : I I. broken loose in the night and had not
). P. HOLLAND, Offioe: Quinev" Fla. '! in the construction of certain railroads inEald which he presented hims-lf to his antonished I from those had I I: been retaken yet. At t! at time-, and (perhaps! f,
Dec. 22, 1855. 51 we Seen before. I spoke to !
Ta11ahas.seo, 1ZL.MANrYAcrrIEn I -...-- i State. father. The latter's astonishment increased them in and now,-for 1 have not seen the mighty Misais- 1
SpanMi, they replied: that they :
or CorrcKTi: AXD SHEET I DR.'MILES: II. SASH I Be ll enacted by.the Senate and House of however, when, some months later, ho learn were fiiendiy. I then extended hand to) .: ippi for several years,-wholo Frees seventy :

1R0V= Ant:, WHOLKSALT: AM RETAIL ILJR I OFFERS: HIS TEOKESSIONAL I SERVICES: TO THE CITIZENS; OF Rcprescn'atites of the United Stales of A.. ed at Pesth that Lieutenant" Schlesinger the Chi'f t, and held my gun in my my left hairf.Ho : and eighty feet long were Clashed togetherand

D \ i\ PLAIN: FANCY AND JAPANNED 1 TALLAIASSEI: ANI)SCa1tOUNDflG cot; Tr.T. I mcrica in Congress Assembled, That there be was still Corporal" Schlesingcr.] ( offered his left hand, holding his in floated down to tho river-side cities, and .' 't'4

\\ .UI;. -_0- and is hereby, granted to tho State of Iowa Concering his heroic deeds during( tho his right, when, quick as lightning, he gun seized ; sold for wood. The result of our deliberations .

Stove Head-Quart'? I' OFFICE with Dr. !II. Xash: ,immediately rut of the for the purpose of aiding in the constructIon war nothing has transpired. It was known my gun ; but I was on the watch, and kept I I was to hook the rafi-go down and

A SPLENDID assortment of Cookia ', Parlor I I of railroads (from Burlington on tho :Mississippi however, that he vagabondized from ono my gun with ease. He drew !his. short swordto sell it. Speedily launching our dug-out and IIi, fIf- ,

"T E\. anj \VoiJ Stoie-, tiimmoJ with neatness!! I May 19 1855. 20T. liver to a point on the Missouri river place to another, always bearing in mind the try !Us skill with that but that could not not being encumbered with any personal

-. and durability reduced prices. I J. M. KICUARDSOX. H.ETCIIEH.; VTIIITAKER near (the mouth of the Platte river; from the fact, tho greater the distance the better the I compete will the butt of my gu). Turning property or baggage, we soon overtook it 4

Out Door Work.Uo. i, IUCIIAHDSOXYHITAKEH I city of Davenport: via Iowa city and Fot: shot." At length he came to the surface a- to lo.jk. at my niin, I saw: the Arabs dragging and took possession. Thing looked pros

fiu Omimejital: Front I IL-aJs Guttering. Copper | Des :Monies to Council Bluffs ; from Lyons gain at Comorn, shortly before the capitula. him off to the camels. Ho had revolver perous again. We floated gaily down stream yJ

, IIfll 1 Tin Coa lu' tit? Pipe!*, Sheet Lead, Sheet i Receiving and Forwarding :Merchants I city northwesterly to a point of intersection tion of that fortress. Hero as at Rastatt, which I had given him with instructions my making the boats dodge us for wu could.not r
I Iof not
?Li:2. Lead: : l'i -'C3. ; .I"lIt Ci>tcm Pumps. :SShcpwoik:
variety J -D** athit iot'e.CHy : i io I with the main line oh.the Iowa Central AirLine there were more titled oflicers than privates, to shoot till I Lid( him. I bid him shoot them dodge them, and an encounter was moro 4ti

; every and Co iili-y JI( n hans NEW POUT, FLA.August4th i Railroad, near Maquoketa, thence on consequently, Schlessinger appeared in the I I but ho: had los hh courage and could not than they dared hazard. An old wood raft. }

Are respectfully invited"to give me n call befojc ptiritlscwhere. 1855. .31 j said main line, running as n arS practicable libt as a Lieutenant, and on the surrender of j.I help himself.! I did not dare fire for fear one I' has sent more than one steamboat: to thC bot- ;

: cba9ing: I --- --- ---- --- -- ---- ---- to the forty second parallel across the the place' he was with 'the other! officers, set I barrel: would miss fire, as it had done b tom. There was no procant on botr.I, and

-' LT :;;. B. A'l articles jniouf.vctr.cd: from the very IH j DR. R. JV. GARDNER, said :State: to The Missouri liver, from the city :at liberty-with: the rank of first lieutenant j I tUI tied round and saw th:; chief aim at fore'l we in our moonshine dream of prosperity J

les>t; matTi-.l: and warranted durable. Xo: other aiti J Jcle I OFFERS liis )professional services! to the citizens 1 of Dubuque to a point on the :Missouri\ liver all the oliicers! of the garrison advancing: onegrade. '. and commenced jumping to and fro tj I had not thought to bring.any be ins nJH1g.-
t. will be offered f.'r ss.le. j \ and burIoundin.r countiy. Office with branch from the : I So making a ;
j near Sioux city ; a plex his Itirri. In doing so I up pony puise, rsent< ono
f' October 20, 1S. 42CoPartnersliip :! removed the I'csi HeiCf saw one on my
to > of 3Ir. John R.
", Crump wtuatiou i mouth of the Tele Dos Morts to the nearest From Comorn Schlessinger directed his light with a I levelled\ at also and man ashore with tho dugout to get some eat-
--- --- --- ---- --- -U.-- formeily occupied bv' the late; Dr. Jacob Eliot. 'I gun me at .
. Notice.---I February 1 f>, 1856 7 I point on said road, to be completed as soon course to Hamburg, and from thence to L n.i that moment they both fired: lodging three ables.! We saw him land but have nut sc'him n t p.Hil

. # I 1 : as the main road is completed to that point, i don, where ha moved in aristocratic circles, ball. in me. The balls are of crystalizedquartz l since.. We remaining two wont on-
E Lave iLSs entered into
1"11 partnership undersigned; :tu theWHOLESALE Jay a co- I A. PERRY AMAKER, i every alternate section of land, designated by having large sums of mone.It) his disposal! I each barrel containing two of there was no other alternative then. -and

J. & RETAIL I II : &TT8BHBY r ATALLAHASSEE L7 | odd mimbeis, for: six sections in width on I but which vanished: just as unaccountably: :ISI One ball passed through my l left thLjh, thrm.1 were soon enveloped in a thick fog that row

t ;i each tide of each of said roads. But in case I thy crime. I II' to the bone ; another\ through fiinii the river. We could not see forty
right leg I u1
>:R.UGBUSINESS: I : FLA. it shall appear that the United Statos have, 'Soon; thereafti'r :Schlessinger; turned up I and! through the! bone three inches my ah rye fie yards in any diifclion, and were in iir.mineitt

uudcr tLe Lame: md etyle of i May 21, 1853.: 20. ... I when the lines or routes of said roads are definitely I' in America as a major, withh reputation knee and the third passed through mv right: i i| danger of being run down by a steamer.

, AMES&L'.VELV.I ---P.-B.- -BrlOKA-- ---\V'S.-- -- ; fixed suld: any !sections, or an, parts I of having achieved miraculous feats of bravery thigh, lodging in my hip, and glancing up I When the fog cleared away wo were nut

--- i thereof, granted as aforesaid: or that the right I in the hungarian: war. Through his where it now remnaius.: I then fired at the far from the shore and persuaded a man to'

THEY will be phasl! to PC* t1r friend3 !j LIHRY kIND{ BALK STABLES, I of pre emption has: attached to the same, ]knou ledge of languages he made the acquaintance I chief who fell dead with fourteen pistol bullets I come out to us \ith.n. skiff I gave ray last

> and patrons at the old staid of D. II Ainu" \ TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. I. then it shall be lawful for any agent agents of some Cuban jntriots, whose respectfor I through his head the contents of one eighty-four cents to my companion, whu .a

where they will l.eep a full t1:1 general: 1 : to be appointed by the governor of said State: his deeds of valor knew no bounds. lie barrel.: Tha other missed fire. I then took I went ashore to get some provision, andS

assortment: of Articles! apju-rtaiuint] : :to their I = Proprietor would in to select, subject to the approval of the Sec. especially gained the friendship Lopez, and the butt of my gin and dove: them from me. would join me a milo or so below."
Jr -?
line of business.. D. H. A IES, THE I his friends and the retary of the Interior, from ths lands of the soon his former talent of raising money again Thin I (picked up my hat and the chief's I I Th* next time I saw him was three years .'II

. January 1, 156. M.1 LIVELY. !: public that he has rebuilt his_ _ I United States nearest to tho tiers of sections developed itself.Vith the rank of major ii: which is now in my possession. My pants gun i : it 'r, in Lol: svilll.. I floated three or four I

___ I large Brick Stable!, at the old stand, and is now above specified, so much land, in alternate the general staff, he accompanied Lopez on I were cut in sl'rerall'laces h)" the bullets but I miles. and not seeing my comrade, concluded .

Notice. I j prepared also to has accommodate attached to hit his Stables friends ,and a good customers.He Black.. sections, or parts of sections, as shall be equal his Cuban expedition, without: however, establishing I with the help of Proudcncu I escaped( and 1 he had resigned his stock in the speculation 4.- ,..k 4.,

S nths after date, the undeisignedadministra- !' smith Shop where he will hare hare done all kinds of to such lands as the United States have a reputation for braving danger at ran lor about: mile distant. They took me to mj ; and,. being sole owner I went .4 1

t .S tor on tie estate of Violet Hums, deceased, late j Plantation work Horse shoeing, and Carriage work in sold, or otherwise appropriated, or to which the cannon's mouth. Ho was captured and on board the bark F. BUllchin. Capt Tuck, down the great parent waters" alotie.- _ _
of Leon (;,.uut1, will present Lis final accounts! and I IvoHchers the very best manner and with promptness and dis. the rights of pro emption have attached as aforesaid transported along with other filibusters-among where they extracted two of the bullets. I When night came\ on I was cruising through

to the Ju J;;e of Probate for paid County and i i patch.: ; which lands (thus selected in lieu them the writer of this-to Cueta: in was trans/erred to the schooner Mountain an uninhabited part of the country, aid,
ask to be ischared. R.: A. SHINE, AdtnV. November 5, 1853. 44 I :
December, ;18:55.: 52-6m I I of those sold and which pre emption rights Afri a. During his imprisonment he managed Spring Captain Young, wio! carried me to could discover no one to tako'ilia off for 1k'Q.

--- Carriages Buggies; and Harness, have attached, as aforesaid, together with the through his knowledge of ]languagesand tho Canaries, where a surgeon dressed my hjnger had tamed my enterprise and by that

MEDICAL NOTICE. I sections and parts sections, designated by insinuating: manners, to gain many advantages wounds. Tneuce we went to Cintra Bay time a Sew blue devils were flitting across

For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. odd numbers as aforesaid, and appropriatedas over his fellow-prisoners, and after whore we arrived after a passage of fourteen the bright rainbow of promise" that 1 had .

DRS. GAMBLE & BETTON I JL HE Subscriber just of received avery aforesaU.: ) shall be held by the State of the lapse of nine months, with the aid of days, an-l: I went back to the 1"'. Bunchinia, seen in perspective. But I resignedly sat ,tt

OFF ER their Professional Services to the Pub- I .. .Buggies. and large Harness supply which Carriages be offers, Iowa for the use and purpose aforesaid : Pro. some Cubans, he contrived to escape and return where I remained (for thirty five days, per. down .on the !logs and floated away. I badno

J2f" Office opposite the Store of ileaars.llodjkiss for sale on the most reasonable term vided, That the land to be so located shallin to America. Subsequently he was fora fectly helpless, but received every attention means striking light, and consequently .II Lj(

Scott; t:: Poole. j November 18, 1854. 46A.L.FISHER no case be further than fifteen miles from short time in limbo in Charleston not, as that could be Iav :shed upon me by Capt. was in danger of a collision with a steam

January 5, 1856. 1 i the lines of said loads, and selected for and has been reported, in consequence of a romantic Tuck and his wif_. I slowly recovered, and boat. Bine devils danced fore and aft on

ICRb T. BIECHETT. CHARLES W. DOWNING I 'i on account of each of said roads : adventure, but on tho charge of theft. resumed my voyage) arriving home April 21, my raft in high glee. Sometime near midnight -
""--- "-': '" ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Ole Bull became his and if I mistake I to sand bar
BiRCHETT & DOWNING, I I'rovidedfurtlier, That the I lands hereby security, 1856. ran on a and stuck. Th
TALLAHASSEE, FLA., not, Schleisinger was afterwards acquit. I write this stern oar flew around and knocked off
for the benefit of those me
for and on account cf said roadsseverally whose
"'TILL practice in the Courts of the Middlo Dis- shnll be exclusively applied in the ted. business calls them in that direction, that theymay from the knot on which IVas sitting into LI '4,
\b. 490, Seventh reel, VV trict, and in Thomas County, Ga. I construction of that road, for and or account "Schlessinger is, in fact, nothing more guard agiinst the treacherous Arabs of I the water. Fortunately I could reach the ( I.
WASHINGTON CITY. Ejf Office in the Capitol 2d story, immediatelyover than skillful ad/enturer for bottom and the -
a ready anythingthat tho Coast of Africa. regained raft again. I could
the room of the Clerk of the Supreme Court. of which such lands are hereby granted, und
WILL practice before the Court of Claims! and July 21,1855.; 29-ly shall be disposed of only as the work promises to pay. By means ol his S. A. RYDER. just see the shore about onj hundred yards
claims before Congress{ and the several ._ progreSses boasts and his colossal sharnelessnesa lie ingratiates from where 1 stood. I could wado ,1
-- ---- --- Piouncetown 21 Probably
and the same shall be applied to r.o May 1856
July Departments.28.: 1855. 3(1RIlIBERRY B7 BA R N A R D7, Jr other whatsoever : And provided fur himself into public favor, but is a ashore-possibly I might encounter an alligator .
purpose coward from the crown of his head to the Dying Expressions. among the water reeds near the bank ...
and all lands heretofore
WILL CONTINUE TilE ther, That any reserved soul of his foot. All the stories about his Don't the if I uid! ; but preferring to hazard the dangerof :;
United Stales act of give up ship.-Lawrrnct'[
Auctioneer DRUG & MEDICINE I BUSINESS, to the other by any heroi ; achievements in Hungary and Cuba I'll be d-d if I don't think I'm djing." I being eaten, to etarv! tioo personally, I put ;
and Commission in manner by competent -
Congress, or any
are: falsehoods.IDOLVTIIY: out and got to land safe. The
L AT TUE OLD STAND SIGN J [Chancellor Thurlow. next morning i'i
for the of aiding :::1) ..
MERCHANT. I purpose
-- -- "Don't let the awkward squad fire 1 sold all right and title to tho raft for ..
'l'uunusu, Fla, Sept. 29, 1 855. :;9' any object of internal. improvement, or for ix AMERICA.-The San Fran- over my eight dollars.
OF Till HSQf MORTAR any other purpose whatsoever, be, and tho grave. [Burns.
pico! of the New York Herald "
correspondent; Raise mo that: I behold the I.
w-. B. J.tdJLLS: : JS same arc hereby reserved to the United I up may sun. TEHHIBLE TORNADO ix TKXAS.-The Galveston -
Wholesale and Retail Druggist, States from the operation of this act, except writes that Bhudaism has been formally [Schiller. News has the following notice of
of Clinton and Monroe n
Comer fctietts, Tallahassee. Sej how "
NEWPOBT, FLORIDA, January 19. 1856. 3 so far as it may be found necessary to locate inaugurated in California After many dis. calmly a christian can die. terrible tornado i i.a Dallas county : ..

ORDERS: from Phygiciaaa and Planters put up the routes of said railroads through such reserved appointments the Chinese population of that '. Blessed be God all "[Addison.. Mr. M. Mil\ e ol FLaiant Run, .I a :
JOHN W. EVANS ; is well. -Richard
greatest cr.re. lands, in which case the right of way city have imported ;wooden god, undo all tho las county, is now in our city having arrived

February 2. 1866._C_ ATTORNEY AT LAW, only shall be granted, subject to the approval paraphernalia: their worship for the son." Kiss by the steamer from Houston this, morning.
me Hardy.-NelsOIJ.
; [
;Ei LONG & GALBRAITH BAINBRIDGE, OEO of the'President of the United States. \\'e have not seen Mr. Miller, but the acounl
WILL give prompt attention to all business! en SEC. 2. And be further enacted, That and erected them as a permanent institution I have gain'd the victory, and Christ isbqlding ho has given to others of tornado that.took

(. AxronxEvs. AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. to his care, in the Counties of Thomas the sections and parts of sections of land in its midst. Tho festival, as it was out both hands to embrace me"Rutherford. place in Pleasant Run week ago last Tue.day .
:- LONG 4! J. B. GALBRAITH bave associ- Decatur, Baker, Daugberty, Calhoun, Early and Clay. [ .
MA. which such shall remain to the United commenced tho 4th and exceeds
7 tf by grant called, on was continued any we have ever beard of in
17 1855.
themselves of Law. February not for hut
the practice They __ : Weep me yourselves ; I ,
six miles each side of
States within on Texas.( The tornado blow
t Trill stteuJ the Courts in the Middle Circuit, the Supreme to the 8th, occupying five days. The to the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ whono from the south ,
t CourU and the District Courts of the United Just Received. said roads, shall not be sold for less than edifice in which it'a3 held erected in doubt will and commenced about an boar before sanseSon '
was ;
) tSUte at TallaliaMee.: Guava nnd Currant Jellies, Prunes, double the minimum price of the public lands receive me;, though a sinner, the above day. Mr. lHUf'fUS bimaalf) ;
: Office opposite the Court House. LEMONS Pickled Oyster, Brandy Peach when sold ; nor shall any of said lands become 1853, and is situated in Pine Street. It H of through the mediation: of our Lord Jesus absent from home.

t.-:. October 28. 1834. IT es, Preserved Lemons, Oranges,Pine Apples and Gin subject to private ontry until the same a singular stylo of architecture, the entrance ChrHt wher6' I hope we shall be er'e long to Ho: says building he had
Marmalade. Lemon Syrap, Raspberry and the every was car'ned
( meet
J Green and
Gage sing new remain
: ger
S. S. KNIGHT, do.. Strawberrydo1'iueApple do.. and Ginger.do. have been first offered at [public sale at the being through narrow and devious passages, happy forever in a world without song end-amen.' away, and not a vestige left His partner .

: .. "RUJ>berry Vinegar, Fresh Salmon.Lobster, Had- increased pi'ice.SKU. having on each sfde high walls. A general ;John whose namo we have not learned,.was .
f AUCTIONEER COMMISSION MERCHANTTALLAHASSEE doc, Hallibut and Shad Assorted. Pickles, Scotch 3. And be further enacted, That invitation extended to the people of San [ Banyan.CAN'T killed, also his *clerk and a womanand two :

t ,- FLORIDA. Ale and. Porter. the Eaid lands hereby granted to the said was DO WITHOUT TIlE 03lEN.-A children, making five lives loat'n bis' *n. .

Septemberl,1865, 05 30,000 Ilnvarm AME3 Cigars.A" LIVELY. State shall be subject to the disposal of the Francisco, through the press, to visit the Hoosier! in Kansas has been making his for. premises. There were also four Totben' per- :

January 5, 1858. 1 legislature thereof: for the purposes aforesaid, frrilding, and all who availed themselves of tune out of a woman's diess. There.being' soul killed in the immediate '.neighborhood

WILLIAM SCOTT, __ and other and the said railroads shall be no women" there, the him dollar nine all
no ; it were treated: with politeness.- squatters give a making: i ip and some six ,or: eight .:
TTY! AT LAW LIP!] INSURANCE. and remain public highways for the use of a sight and a pre emption claim to put a wounded. Some of his goods were carrUd _

'. fMOllTICELLO: FLA. THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. the government of the United States, free CONFAB: BETWEEN A lIA'iVUO WANTED' pilhw in it and give it a squeeze. to a distance of fifty miles, in .T:&rfant'eoon- I,

July.SO. 1653.30 t1 jan AOCPXULATED CAPITAL,..... $1,000,000.) from toll or other charge, upon the transpor. ins PAPER STOPPED: AND OUR DEVIL-. Paddy's description of a fiddfe can't be ty ; and one, of the children was found dead 4I

Oompaoy Issues policies on the lives of tation of any property or troops of the United tell half mile distant from.t1t. bos' This tor- '
z WILLIAII 8. DILWOBTfl, THIS persons for one or more years, or for the States. .VanSee boy, you may your beat ; ho says : nado extended

Alttrne and ColI senor'at. whole period of life, ON TUB MUTUAL SYSTEM. SEC. 4. And further it enacted, That the boss to stop sending his d-d paper to me at u It was as big as a turkey and fat as a south -frqm About sixteen miles ndrtk' and
} Law, Dividends declared to the insured on polioie t issuedfor Grou4 Gu1t".ticvil : being 2pO t to 300'yards ih'. '!ifth:
I :t .r" .r '.',- r....* .. lands hereby granted; to said State shall be goose-be turned it over on its back, aud Over this tract Ute toro do' '
life.PLINr ; -" Where then must he send it?tIt swept; carryiag-
- :b MONTICELLO. ...FLORID.o.r' .. \. of by said State only in manner following took a crooked stick, and drawed! it across .
disposed "
II ,-, -. :'. FKEEMAK, Actaary -MoRRW FKAXKLIN, Pres'tApplic4ioui Man-" Send it to A-Z. away or prostrating ererythjn la its COO,.
J1LL practie i..tWICourtof! the iliddJe! Cir. l.1r- received iu Tallahassee by : that is: to say, that a quantity of)land DecU-" All right-you'll be certain to get its belly, and 0, Jasus, how it did squale I" killing horses, caftfr, :bogs,* and:, otbtrlanW .

: .':.! '. P aA Th.s& .-. 'qnd. r..owDdu.- Couety; Ga.4 .- ?a47. !; 1886. ,: : :/: 'B.C. LETO.THEETNA1N8URANCECO. not exceeding one hundred and twenty sec it at that Post Office.-[Port Gibson Re.. 41 You bachelors ought to be taxed saida mats; Without'being able Co-seMrIflJr: -

_, lI\at b.'t. 8:_. $ nilt.'i'. 1 J a --pAGENCYOF tions for each of said roads, and i included veille. lady to a resolute evader of the noose mat: :cannot attempt tu,state, farther. ,portion*'
zt- ",,: ,! '" r" 1; 1' f' : within 'a continuous l length of twenty miles lawe ." '
rim nia1.
,. if > ng with you perfectly, mna'm''vas ; / _, ,
What is their in
hogs they y
;.t&jl MU !tf; r.9r ,\ !: ../....... ..... / ... :t.1.ooOOQ'"CAptTAL. I of each of said -road5 may be sold { and are cured utility afterwards I t killing -the .reply. "bachelorism*certainly i is a c' Senator Wfloohairg.T* o;oi'ilJeD, jf -

DPKXE$ f!' Q L $1tl, 100nv :mnE dtAgent.of) toe.'ib Te; Company ; when the governor of said State shall, certify "" ,- luxury." ed by _Mr., BBOOK'I,'fbrslgftal1fl! $ 'hW1o.t
/ Whit. Lead, tztra & .,0.1. i"r wm t .. waUoofrfor.and.fjoafce insurance to.thej, ,Secretary the Interior that any : "-- "
:..."1mTtl1"LJiileecroa pure::J.....,..' -!\') Oa .p.inatlOl' by Fire on Brick and Frame Buildings,' :I' continuous n.iles of of said roadsIsiompteteH'then An eiebang? nsks very i innocently,if_it is Among the new. and) appropiiata: names duct; in the Sumcwr1.. imtt r"asf bntt4on. dd.ardly "

1< ''a..f. t.'tJL.IIIi .."''''''''It ;' ,,, _..-, FunmureJdereb&lJ'bu4&, .f 'r .. .' I twenty another any ( ,Bny.harrpoyoUJg'( 'ladies to.sit in the lapse for ladies' mantles are V %VWe' bliw" the \ udthui'iet: bI-.. 'aftP'
.t, 1 f JarJ49.l86, ,:Jl. .'.1Lwis.c : I quantjly'ol'landhertby of ""Husband's torturethe *. .tho Around toa$ UfepoiteJNfbpttif a
: ':J 'I ptod'tiot to exceed one hundred nges. ,. .' .' ..,Banker., terror, ) : .. ,
1t) 1f1t!: t;(6\111 r d'i"bd.t ,. Oar i is'that it all l the the assMlua'he. will .I&ndJjm Ci' CWbjwStJ4 '"
I.'l f.,4.. I 'raII ih\ ry -JtmefI'or'lkl.1 "I- and.twenty sections fdr eoch of i aid.roods? i opinion depeods on 'tNot.ary'sjoytbe 1 Poor Man'sJiVrror\ .. r

"' :!r.U'JtI;rarNntiQC m J..rell.. &d at retail. 3h. LS: et t LXME1brSaI4: 'f<. .L -, bsving.tivenlytco.ntinuou.s: mileq i cqmplejted.<<;\ I kind pf gcs"selected: Those! from eighteen tht.'*'Riih'.l\Ian.1... dread;" th. '' Msi1er'sjov, ," ik. _boriSt ;t...

-I'A .H.- 'er--"- ,q, At&LtVYfX. I : b1 ... .' H. .. IUflGRIApii a. iloieiaid( aud included, ( within a continu-! I i to twenty five. W. think, are rather,hazardous: andfthe GirlV delight' ) ." h,'lovtd {fIimothy.t

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& The Americans would hoi i the linc% the foreigners hU\H llhe knee to the slave power-you, who lh\v l lIon M. S. Ferry's Letter. Slate U'hiclJ dcriffl ,POU'Cr8 from no su. New fork. :('.orrespOflhItDCe. #

Jtorfoian J0nrnal could draw the burdens. The foreigner etltrcnts ever tKe"in ready order to to parnfiee ott:iin the plncc! intercj's r.ad iifAver of your-you.con- 1 We take pleasure: in presenting to the citizens periof source, but is'ilseJf the origin of all j NfiwToaK, May SO, la.

*J_a---___ ,..,._ _"'*___.." should not be allowed to make our who were elected lYesidrut of tins United Stnte of Florida the subjoined letter from the poorer end authority, whether exercised directly I TinGro fr:1 Anomtilry of the l'reJb1&

laws. He fore under them and sit"ply bmiwc you were ktvurn to be a traitor to the by itself or delegated to be exercised church both new and old School! are ;
TALLAHASSEE might must his ir
: known
trte ii'ten-sts! , O obey them, bat he should have no voice in a creeping, crnwlinpc. pliant, rer.dy to lick tho dust of the nomination tendered him hy the by agencies .<>f its own creation." For instance session here, but their proceeding do not ,al-

from the feet of the Southern} u,1garch-y.l, who the sovereignty of Florida i.? in the much notice Tbere a slight
Saturday, June 1856, the making of them"Thus have wielded the power of the f IQllll eoverununtthm i rpcent Democratic Convention, which. had tract \n rip-

v discoursed, in eubstanoo, Gov. Callon pinced in your hands with the direct object cf I been delayed, until the reception of the resolutions pcopl" of the State-all officers bclrg chosen plo in tbe new school bouse: by the lubmij.
-- extending the wont de.poti'nkllown on lie facu of I and official done, in their name
all acts being sion of twO, n-port1 on tht constitutional:
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.FOR Monday List in speaking abont Know the enrth. and to crush out the liut vestige of the I parsed by that body.

Nothingism, and we wonM) regard thee on- ar irit of liberty in tbis onr boasted land of freedom I FORT Crane, ."'iay 13li! 18o6. I and! hy their nu thorit J'. Now, U such the j PowEr;I of the assembly-r. over S.i\elnlding| *.

you, who stand indicted before Ligh Henvcn for the r case in the territories of this Union ? Is al! i iI t the churches." A committee of five av.
GOTKKSOR, kind and inhospitable! sentiments simply as murJcr of Dow of Barber nntl of Brown-you, we Gl::;TI.r.'lEX :- :

MADISON his own, and attach no blaruc'to his party for sny who. have done oil this, are now letting loose the Your esteemed favor of tho 18th ultimo, I official authority in thesa inchoate States, derived I pointed last year on this matter; four' of thr-//

S. PERRY, dogs of war on tbe plains of Kansas After having informing me that*' at thu Democratic State from thepeoplo of the same, or fromongrt'ss Rev. Dra. Albert Barnoa, Asa D. Swltb
them, wero it not they were applauded and given jour official sanction to tba most daainahlo! ,
OF AL.U'OLcot' "n'. and Tillsnifs the Convention, held Madison: my name was ? This i is the question, and any Win. Jessup andIfred P. Hascnll signedthe
endorsed }H tho members of the Convention. outrageous ever'perpetrated upon in nomination its candidate I for the! office -
rights of freemen. the Ftnnding army of the United put as man who would,answer it in any other mode majority report and one, Rev. Dr. Burif;,
These Benthneflte animated the British Parliament States is now employed by your orders in harnusing, of Governor of the State of Florida,
roii&EOR&3 (
'NGRES, / in 1774, when they contended that persecuting and thr4teuiug wilb destruction, as reached me by due course of mail, ant a reply than that which denies thU authority in the of Virginia, disagreed, and gave in a minorl.

S. HAWKINS brave, ns loyal], as intelligent and as orderly n community was delayed until the reception of the territories, needs not the certificate of a physician ty report as the questions: : discussed ar
taxation without representation was right, of J lived the f of the earth, .
men as ever on \v .
OF JACKSON ccgc1T. and it wan enough to afford protection to the for the sole crime, if crime it be, of choteiog liberty Resolutions, passed the by Resolutions that body of the Endorsing Con- in order to claim for him A place in chiefly on minot prints of discipline, th reports -'
E freedom rather most cordially
rather than than
.. _.__ ,_ slavery bondage. the mad I house. I aro not looked upon with any extraordinary ( -
: .JI Americans against their enemies, and) that "Fianklin Pierce! You have done enough 1 Your vrnlion, I will say, in the language of another .

Foriuian! & Journal for the Campaign they had) no right to a voice In making tho cup of iiif.uny ia full and running over. If-in after that it is an office' that should neither be { Every one knows that Congres- establishes i I interest" They are wire-dra-vn sub
years the mothers j in this and oilier lands a.k their '" I therefore territories and territorial governments tleties which do not touch tho.
refused and main
VTe sought nor accept subject
propose to issue on the e-ecoaJ SaturJ.ij io laws that govern them. And yet tho Americans prattling Uabes tbe qticstiorm, 'Who was the first
June :titI! continuelntil After the Presidential elootion convinceand! the man r 'Who was the oldest nun?' 'Who WCR the with diffidence tho high position assigntdme. and if it were. to confer this authority upon at all.
were not effortto 0
th$ Campaign FloruHan ami Journal at tbo fv\- inreleBt man l' Who was the wi!cst man I' They the squatters c\'el, still they would not be of the venerable
convince them cost Britain an empire.Vitl .- may jet add the question Who was the most infii- Tile recommendation of President Pierce Speaking Prts.tIAr
would be
lowing rates: their
Americans, then, arrogate the tyrannyof moos manj and the pioperrcepoufe wil1 be FRANKLIN was expected. The emphatic representativeof soi-creign, nuthortJ' I church, ono i apt to revert to specimens .
To a ringk Subscriber. $100 PEARCE t If your object I has been to make I derivative. Suppose for instance,congress was otler
the Kansas issuc-thl'Southern heart: should I I mentioned
Britain and refuse to tho who antiquity. in one of
foreigners to which shall down to the latest
yourcell a name
To of Address
Club P.
a 3, Mme O, !2 00 go the I
To a Club of 5. ., a 00 como to cur shores what in 1774 she con generation. that object i is already accom pi ishcd. No beat warm towards him, and his namo excite to con er unrestricted power to squatters my letters that remaikable. feature of Broad
more blood need stain the skirts of your garments to the enthusiasm of our people. Let us go into to determine for themselves the subject of I
1 44 7, I. 6 00 tended was the inalienable right of way, the old applo Woman Scarcely!
every make the name yon bear, for all coming time, stink the campaign with our banner floating
has been done still
uhich they
10 ** 7 00 freeman-the right to be represented if taxed. with infamy most foul. Stay, then. Jour bloody proudly in the breeze, having inscribed upon slavery, ( never ) I bad that I letter gone out, wh."1 she died, and

The money must invftnalilr accompany the order] hand, before the fires of civil strife which you are its folds .the Constitution and Union State would not be sovereign, their authority being r taken hex-
But Gov. Call reveals the deep rancor that trying to kindle shall burst out in all their fury and was to long home. She was a

to insure attention lurks in the bosom of many of his put: consume you nUll the vile traitors to human liberty Rights and tho Rights of the People to self- derivative and not inherent.No German by birth, and was once a woman of

who arc acting in concert with yon." government, religious toleration, and no pro that this authority baa
ono pretends and
when be would make the Americans the standing regard but that
LOOK OCT.-Tax Payers will do well to The above is a fair specimen of the frequent scription American citizens, wherever born, ; vas many !
of the territories
notice Mr. Demilly's Tax notice in another drivers and the foreigners the drawers of our ;i Black Republican and Northern Know and victory will most assuredly crown our been delegated to the people years ago and the present generation knew i ri r

column.! burdens, and thus make men of our own efforts. -. in any case except that of slavery ; and her only as the dccrepid (doubled-up dried- ,I
attacks the President and the
Nothing upon For the kindly manner in which were they contend that this assumed delegation of j!
I color and species hold an intermediate posi- you up wrinkled-peddler. Once on a time. ton.
-- I i Democratic party on account of the national I .pleased, to communicate the action of the I renders sovereign. But see II I she did i
j tion between our slaves and ourselves. How I one power Ihr the State good service, which blIp I'it
The Democratic Ratification positions assumed by them with reference to Convention, accept, gentlemen, my sincere I
j the sentiment how what If the dtlegation of unlimited I pened thus. While her
revolting dcnorzdizir.gthe the important questions now agitating the I thanks, and permit me to tender, through I sophistry. dozing over basket,

Meeting.We I| selfish pl'Op sition. Invite the oppressed j i public mind. I you, to the members of the Convention, as- I pow r in every case, will not confer $f. [ 0:1: tho steps of Stewart'i store, moro than

have been requested to state th.it a of other lands to your shores and then deny i J burances of my high consideration. 1 I ercignty, which wo InVo !seen i is the case- .' a dozen years ago she beard a low conversation
I I Col. Webb, of the New York Courier and Ir
meeting of the Democratic party of Leon will them the noblest privilege enjoyed by the j With sentiments o'f high regard, j fortiori, the legation of i in one caso !' ; between two men standing near bar.
Enquirer, wailing about the Brooks and
be held in this city on Satuiday the 21st inst., .I American citizen. You make him contribute ;' I I' I have the honor to remain, (that of slavery) certainly will not. : She could not sec them without turning so
I Sumner difficulty Washington, complains I 1 j! Your obd't} servant
to nominate candidates for the Legislature, I tj the support of your government. work I II M. S. PERRY. Notice our territorial acts and see if they i she pretended to he asleep and Jisten d-
that the Northern Democrats in Congress
and ratify the proceedings of the National I upon your highways, march against the -I e- ; and the administration justify the conduct of j i j|. To Messrs. B. Wardlaw, B. C. Pope I do not recognie Congress as tho sOurce of !I Ii They were not particularly definite; bat from

end State Democratic Conventions. Let, e\-- mies of Jour country, and, as a requital for j j and J. C. Smith, Committee. i! th the r.ssailai.t, while the Black Republicansand !
ery portion of the county be w-11 represented. I all this service, he is disfranchised, thereby i ._- : and that of Utah which became a law in breaking opcr:1tion11 1 perhaps a murder
Know Nothings ronleml111'. Brooks r MICANUPV 20 1850.
Right here in old Leon, let the ball be started, stifling the patriotic emotions that fill the iI j as May i 50 with the other notable compromises, will ; was on foot.9 noon as they were gone she
having committed an which has At of the citizens
I bt thc music commence, rot to cease until I bosom and actuate the conduct of the unfettered ;i outrage no I a meeting ofMicanopy I be sufficient for our purpose. JUDGE Doco. :; seat a little girl to Old Haya" wbo was
parallel in the history of Col. and its held the 26th
i onr country. i vicinity, Micanopy on
the great battle is fought for the continued ] citizen of this proud Republic. God j I LAS declares besides, that the corresponding i| still high constable, though almost too old *o
Webb, alluding to this difficulty, : i inst. the and resolutionswere I
says following preamble
pre-eminence of Democratic principles, and I forbid the recognition of such sentiment_ by ; "And this solitary fact and thp which viz I provisions of the Nebrcska bill of :4 were I do active dl1hlie came, und beard her
consequences j .
the preservation of this glorious: Union. :, the people of Florida. It originated with men i naturally flow fiom it, i3 conclusive as regards the demoralizing unanimously adopted, : ,! framed in the exact terms that were used ; story and description of the men, whom she

We cordially i in rite the attendance: of all I II tendencies of an institution. which the present I WHKRKAS tho measures adopted by the Gen in the bill for Utah and New Mex '
in this nation politically obsolete, if not dead, r rI I organizing ventured to peep at as they were walking off
administration under the dictation
acting of the oral Government the time
.. I to ,
old line Whigs" who ac: with us in sentiment and whose record will scarcely furnish a i slave power and aided) by unscrupulous politicians of I up present I ico.". The first section is as follows : J: Why, mother, "said he," they aro two of the
for the of tho Seminole Indians I
and feeling, inspired by a sense of patriotic 1 I creditable And j the North, are endeavoring to force upon the free I II' expulsion I I Be it enacted by the Senate Jf-c., that nil most notorious: English burglars at larel-!
epitaph. as though they i
soil of Kan!as. To this end, the entire influence and I' from the State of Florida, have been wholly I
duty, which will rot permit them to re- I would display their weakness while proclaim I' patronage of the Government-its civil, military and : that part of the territory of the United States j In coLlsequencoofber revelation they were
gara with indifference the peril that i is threatening moral power-are all direc'cd; and alongside of these, inadequate for the purpose, and Indian within the limits it forth in
I ing their strength, they have the folly to getup prominent and threiitinin stands the bulli/intj of the ;I I outrages on both the lives and the property following [setting dogged, and two or three days afterwards one

the existence of this proud Republic. I meetings which cvorybody perceives, so Slave oeracv. hon tingly) pointing to the bowie knife, I fI' metes and bounds] be nn. is hereby created j was caught packing up tho s-Iver: Wl.rtin a ;,

Come on.*, co no all, and contribute to the I j far as their proceedings are conccrped), to bej 'I' the the entire pistol Nor'h.and. the" bludgeon, and impudently taunting milled ol our fellow with impunity citizens,, are and being whereas daily, corn- into a temporary government [no sovereigntyabout j house the occupants of which were at Sara

success of a party which is battling for the many it:1:] by the name of the territory of
j grand abortions. We arc cognizant of the i taga. He went to SiogSbgfiraevt'Jt'3r1.
Union of the States and the ights of the A Sudden Death fertile and fair portions of our State are I Utah &c.Congress.
fact that many arc leaving the order in this : aid: his companion, some two years after
fast for tho want of
States, with the national inscription upon its State, finding it neither honorable or patii- : It becomes our painful duty to announce I Ii becoming depopulated I forms a temporary" government 1 ward, traveled the same road. i.
suitable and efficient armed and
banner. *' no North, no South, no East, no I I otic to fellowship with th! abolitionists and i the premature demise, on Thursday morning : protection' ; and retains the In the !r It is not only unsafe to speak of plans and
West but with the of God the wholeConr.trv. whereas also \\'c deem it no less the duty I socrcgntj.
; help I j I schismatics that now t-ont'ol! it at the North. : last, appojJi-.xy, of Mr. J. B. Bull, who ; next sections (which we wi quote) Con' I plots withih hearing disance! of the most in-
of the General Government to our
: I
_' I:i Many! gentlemen-in fact a large portion of ;: has been one of our oldest and most esteemed, I citizens in) the enjoyment of their lives and I gress delegates the authority to exercise leg'islative i I significant anywhere, but it is especially risk vj
I i
The Nominations. ,:(: our leflocting men: -friends of law and order citizens.: ) His remains were followed to their r property than it is her privilege to require i i eiccvtivc and judicial functions in i j in this city, to'attempt tho common practice

The Know Nothing: COI"cntion1lich as I'; -arc disgusted with the state of affairs in : resting place on yesterday morning by a large. : cf f us obedience to her laws. i the territory. Would you then call these j:p of cloaking your meaning in a foreign Ian-

the Wes-teni and Northern concourse: of his nuviving fiiendsho, sympathize I bodies ? Not this but all laws i I New York is
eembled in this last nomi :j iitstc-s, resulting sovereign only gung eminently cOJm polii -
city on Monday 1. Rcsohcd therefore. That we the citizens I
from and deeply with the family of the deceased, this shall be submittedto i German French and Italian
nated the Hon. David Walker i f Tallahassee secret organization the elements : of Micanopy and its vicinity, do in unI I passed by community j tan. Spanish

for Governor, and James ?I. I'aher! '!, that govern it. They perceive the! insecurity. on: account of this melaneholly dispcnsation"" :i ij it qUl'.if l'd terms, censure thc tardy and inefficient I Congress and if disapproved shall be null j are so commonly spoken! as to create no re-
Esq., of Columbia cuui.lv, for Congicas.This | of life and property: the prevalence of crime, ;t j of an inscrutable--.- Providence.- ----" movements( of the General; Government I and void. futher still, Congress retains tho I'' mark. Dutch Danishoor Norwcgan.Swedish,

IF | the insolence cf ruliiani, as displayed at : power to appoint the judicial officers whose Hungarian, Polish and Portuguso are less
is perhaps the strongest tickrt that : in proiding the requisite means for defendingour I

4. can be presented by tl.e opposition. The I j Louisville and other plaivj, and the influence !1 The Apalachicola Advertiser informs the i State against the evils of a savage warfare I j prerogative is to construe the laws. We.I heard, but are by no means, un ommon.I .-

S I i arrayed against the! administration of tho laws, t that it is in of to will go no farther. I would be an insult to i iI I Many ludicrous mishaps occur io consequence -
nominees: r.re gct.tlvincn! of character and in- I public process arrangement and in expelling from her borders, a race I
i as for at New Orleans. We have 1 of this polyglot utterance but they
example common sense.
Ha. in i
iluence. Mr. Baker we have known cs a follow : place Apalaclucol.i: Telegraphic com1 of beings who are wholK devoid of every

town-nvin: for many 30.11, and we cheer too much confidence in the patriotism, intelligence I 1 munication with Columbus, Ga.; Should so feeiiie of moral obligations. The opposition (that is some of them, among j:I I generally end harmlessly. The moat laugh.
fully accod to l/.m all the merits of an excellent '- j and rcl'gious: to'eraiion of the intelligent : desirable a project bo consummated, Tallahassce [ I 2. Rcsohctl, That from the course hithert- whom we note the Sentinel) assert that j I able instance of recent occurrence in the

citizen and the accomplished gentleman. yeomamy of Florida, to believe for one | like Matianna, must effect an interne- ; pursued by tho Government deem it unsafe the Nebraska bill sanctions squatter sover. :I case of two ShanghadoTns who were lounging

While v'c thus e.doise: the nominees ac men. i: moment, they will endorse the principles of a di.ite connection. i iI and hazardous to wait for relief and pro eignty. Let us examine for a moment. The '!: over the backs of their seats at the opera.

that violate the laws of .' I and in most intolerable Italian discussing the
prrty: \\'nu humanity, I first section reads as follows: :.
we regret that we cannot commend them! as : tection commensurate with our wants from
in.:;.!t til,' ge::!= of our gove/iiment ami'! ont- Destructive Fire i i good points ofa l lady who sit in front of them
made the : that SEC. 1. Be it enacted that all that
politicians liey are exponents i I source. : \ nart j jof'tbe
V"i. the WaLulla that
: k'I from Times
> :; on # I Their comments not frro but disgusting
''lie fefliii'js of fellow who flees were only -
n! a man
ad: advocates of principles which we cor.rcienl. : ; ; of hbt\\eek the Oil Works and TurI I 3. Resolved, That in view of the foregoing territory of the United States included ;
( f<"->:m i:'" opi/rv'fsion: of Europe to the! freedom Fiitlny I so much so as to annoy the lady and!
judy deprecate, :!:1d could never sanction facia we earnestly solicit his Excellency within the follownghimits: &c., &c., be andjtho
( i p'l1t1e! StiU; of -lr. E. C. holbrook of that j to rid herself of tho'nuisance she
: of _' rica.Ve carelessly
*even r.s a private citLen! much 1 less .Zl j v.r.: : :!!' consumed fire with the loss of James E. Broome Governor of the State of same is hereby created into :temporary government -
!; }place, were by j dropped her handkerchief over at the feet of
nalist \.::cre province it i is.'o gad: thu j.ub- ;( \ tlo not say that Gov. Call wilfully :, the life of Patrick Collins an industrious and j Florida to take such measures in tho premises by tho name &c., and when admitted'as I the Both seized the
capital -
lie weal \igilant1y agiriit: the assaults; of misrepresented the views and feelings of the : valuable citizen. iI j I as will most speedily and effectually prevent a Slate or States, the said territory or any portion puppies.and opportunity

the! honest though! d.-lu'le! I politician: the pntriots of the revolution upon the subject of I( -. -- --- I future Indian depredations without further I of the same, shall be received into the Union simultaneously presented it, saying
ill English of course Madam, allow mo
ulo 1 and susrcplilioa ; rttacks 1 of the demagogue. ,, foreign; immigration. That he did misrepresent ; Personal. I delay, in waiting on the action: of the with or without slavery a their consti
': them, however: some of his own political !! Three of the gentlemen nominated for elec-I General' Government\ and that if necessary in I tittion may prescribe at the tjbflC of admission tho pleasure. Imagine their phrvlioks"when

l friends do not deny. : tors by the Know Nothing Convention of Virginia I she looking them sharply in tbe face,
tlitstandard) beaters of ; order to accomplish! the desired end, an extra Does this smell of that .odious doctrine! 1"rl,1
The nominees are : have declined the nominations. I returned her thanks in perfect Italian) ,adding
As of. the dtlusitat I I Ii session of the General of the words ? Can
the of which have a Fpecimen: many ( Assembly I II you require stronger
Jesuitical principles !
a patty I that it lent additional interest the
Ochiltree of Texas of
I Staten ment; made I by Gcu'l CMII on the occasion i, Judge a gentleman State of Florida, be ordered at the earliest I !language he more explicit ? But you may sa operato
been condemned by ('n rtl.e. holding t j distinction and heretofore the leader of the I ) be seated in the neighborhood of such attentive -
Union and referred to, he shocked the sensibilities of his date practicable. that the 14th section says that the I peopleare
the Kentucky Mary I ,
excepting .
I Know in that State has and You
j polite
-land. Florida will en'ibt uuJtr the banner audience by stating that ( en1 Washington Nothing party repu'I'I' 4. Resolved, That in view of our present left free to form and regulate their gentlemen. may
1 do-I
dialed Know Nothingism and joined the that the fellows heard: precious I little
I often declared in his daj- that he had dangers, this until mcstic institution in their guess
of that party, whose mission it will ]be, to : no confidence meeting adjourn tomorrow own way, I
: mocracv. He the new party wont do. music after that. In five minutes they were
rebuke tbe presumption of a political organi- in any foreigner who participated in I says 12 o'clock and then meet again for the only! to Site Constitution of the United Stales.'
; i, The lion. L. A. Thompson, formerly of swearing over tbe affair at tho bar of the Union -
ization that i is actuated by no feeling in common : our revolutionary struggle, save Gen. Lafayette. purpose of organizing a company of armed So it docs But does not the italicised portion -
this has been elected by the Democrats Place Hotel but not in barbarous Ital-
1 ; city,
save the overthrow of the National Democracy : Can this be so I Is it true that Genlhad I : Volun'eers, for the purpose of proecting: our (subject only to the Constitution of the ,
of Gt'lvr&ton, T to the Legislature, de- ian. Tbe reader append as a moral.
and the persecution of foreigners. Washington no confidence in Alexander: ysas homes, our lives, and our property. from the United States) secure equal rights in the territories may
i feating his Know Nothing opponent by a I that of all the learn the
tongues a man can
Hamilton, one of his cabinet "appointees and sudden attack of our unnatural and heartlessfoes. to citizens coming in from all
We hjve presented for the suffrages of our ; large majority. I II th only one always reliable! is a qivil tongue
S confidential advisers ? Can it be true that Stales, welt as to properly person ?-
citizens Col. and Judge Hawkins a t
Perry gentlemen
meritorious and gifted with Gen. Washington had no confidence in Montgomery I Kansas. II 5. Resolved, That we recommend other It says thpt the people aro left free to form We are soon to have tbe second and con ,

equally of the Know com.en.1 who fell upon the borders of Canada Since thc taking of the town of Lawrence, communities to pursue a similar course. and regulate their domestic institutions thj nominees Nothing I
endeavoring t:) stay the progress of an invading I which resulted in the dispersion of tho aboliI 6. Resolved. That tho papers of our State but when are they to do this? This clause years View," a.work of raro value to .U! wlte IIi Ii
tion ; having: the principles immeasurable immutable advantage and riational ;'i army ? Can it be true Washington i I tion traitors, things are settling down into be requested to publish the foregoing Resolutions does not say. Where then must we go for desire to be properly informed of the political : I
upon had no confidence in the brave and accomplied I i a state of quietude ; and a permanent restoration and that a copy of the same he sent information? Why constrne the whole bill history of this country. Col. Benton is
in their charai ter unalloyd by fanaii- ;
and sectional design Of Pulaski, who fell pierced by the balls ,I of order, and submission to the laws is to the Secretary of War. together and not take garbled extracts ; and one of the remarkable men of the age. Hh

cal the success prejudices of, ths democratic ticket by an j J of the enemy while gallantly defending a I confidently expected. 1 G. W. MEANS, Chairman, doing so we are told in the first section that long experience, cool! judgment, and eapec-

overwhelming majority we have not a single j Southern city ? We night go on, if we had I Col. II. S. Titus, formerly of Jacksonville, A. W. COOK, Secretary. they must determino this at the time of ad ially wonderful political erudition nake

space, and cite innumerable instances of timi- I Tin., has been appointed to the command of mission." This is the only fair interpretation.Otherwise him: a sort oracle. He stands (100, betwixt
1 iloubt. Florida will t t4kc her stand by the j
Squatter Sovereignty and the Nebraska
and far devotion by foreigners to our strttggles for ,I tho regiment of cavalry, detailed to aid, the you would. make the bill dispute the present and past and deals with facti, ,
tide of Pennsylvania
Virginia, '
: I independence, which not only commatided United States marshall in the performance of itself, and be nonsencical. all of which he saw> and part of which be
otherStates combat alike the treasonable conscquentt
to It seems that tho having been .
was. Ho went into the United State Senate -
tho gratitude of Washington, but challengedthe his duty.(
the black ol the North But again, the opposition say that this bill
designs republicans admiration of the woilel. -_. .- foiled upon every issue before the people with the adoption of the Missouri Compromises -

and the intolerant and proscriptive purposes Diplomatic. having witnessed the disapproval by the A- is copied from the Utah bill, and that Mr. ; he went out of the Senate with tb*

of tile Know Nothings of the South. i It is well known to every one conversant Mr. Crampton has been dismissed arM has merican public of their unholy crusade a- Fillmore signed.that, consequently be is en- Compromise of 1850, and ont,of Congress altogether

I with the political history of the times, thai titled to'all praise. Your leader D. S. Walker
gone home with his finger in his mouth. He gainst the rights of man and the sanctity of the repeal of the Missouri

The Know Nothing Convention.As President Pierce, discharging the functions Esq., makes a hobby out of this.- upon
;J is accompanied by tho three Consuls who citizenship, have settled down upon the catchword great Compact. His reminiscences are invaluable

; fl : previously advertised, the above named of his office, has had an eye almost' single to were J 1& accomplices in tho .enlistment out squatter sovereignty, as nleverby which What position then are you placed in. Why and will of course, have an immense &..

Convention came off in this city on Monday the interests of the Sooth, as exemplified in rage upon *ho )laws and dignity -of this Gcv- they hope to overturn our social and political you abhor Pierce and the Nebraska bill, because
There miracle ntd. here
-:last. It was well attended and composed in the enforcement of the fugitive slave law and ermuent. Gov. Marcy's exposition of this universe, and in the general confusion man- forso th, be sanctions squatter sover- was A hap

4 4iii .".;tho. mam intelligent gentlemen, manifesting in the management of the Kansas difficulties. whole matter as' given in his las letter fo Mr. age to get their avaricious claws In the public eignty.. But you bug Fillmore to your embrace The other Common day which Council think, voted deserves, without record be.ag.

.,j.considerable interest. for the attainment, ofF Notwithstanding these facts, both familiar Dallas; exhibits very clearly, that tho respon- crib. For the hope of public plunder who you any signed a bill identical asked to do so, to Increase the salary oft- .

one great object, which we need not say is and incontrovertible, President Pierce did not sibility of this movent rests, entirely upon Mr. the only cohesive element which their faction with this, and from which it "3 copied and

: kr destruction; of the Democratic part- escape .the bitter denunciations of Gov. Call Cramptiorj Irimself. can boast. Let us however give our therefore should have tho praise hhnsl .- city officer from 82,500 to t .OOO take per year it.i.- .
and the absolutely refuted 10
"General: Call presided over its deliberations, and others in the Convention. We desire'to subject a cursorary examination.By Take your own statements and Mr. Fillmore
"", *Assisted:"by Vice President, and, upon takthe" direct the attention of the reader to* the fact Later from Kansas'. this phrase, as interpreted by oar friends must be an advocate of squatter sovereigntyor Your, wonder, however' will be cufctsially [

'Ag : chair, favoretT the Convention with. thai these hyena assaults of modern1 Know CHICAGO, May 29.-Advices' from, Leav- of tho oppositiop, is meant the doctrine which else you tell an untruth about tbe Ne. modified when I add that this singular gwitt. ,

i.p1ng&hy" address" predicated upon two Nothings upon President Pierce are not con ensworth dated the 24th inst., state that Gov. assorts that the supreme political power in braska bill. Consistency is certainly a jewel. was Anriah C. Flagf. Citj CO4bOlf ttesT tad;
He i is reformer of
: ra r Ideas"only,, to wit:, the demolition of the fined to a Southern latitude. Shannon had called'out ,the troops stationedat the territories resides in the people thereof YOUNG AMERICA.FBISBET.Te a practical fzp ofiftc r/
almost the only oa. {a th.. army of
the different The Missourians
ptl national ,party of the Union, and the We subjolh an extract from tho EranV leJournal' most of whom are squatter upon the soil
White river, in Arkan paid from the elt.r-Tnu' ..
dOOSui!1iementl' o( foreigners fleeing (rom a Know Nothing paper, published in .were returning Itome.Governor Reeder arrived (and hence the phrase) and-does not reside 'a ha overfown its hanks, fed the The meeting ia th. Park "Mjlji'ui;-..

Fillmoro'a district in.New, York the hero yesterday en route for Washiogtotr. where tho constitution vests it and where whole .
..the despoti'ma ofthe, stcr':1 hemisphere tovIegesof Mr. .. V country, washing away fences hing to aympathitt_with fltn.WaJWt-v*,the..

: j t.!;fi.ih': !; ,freedom 111 tillS.i' spirit of which harmonizes fery.well with that alone, by common sense, it can reside, in the destroying crops and lisa stock, and in cauif Nfeartgo *%et *ferr$3& dmooetratior'tt -

S; lortfaa!; Itngtuga of GOT. Ford, .otOhio,the evinced by some of tho speakers whom we ST. LOUIH. May '30.-Tho correspondentof Congress of the United States. of many hum Inatnce-a& hoasv is ftartrL$ have causing tbe washed loss fat'ai. _nt-motrfl li;'.

heard on Monday Last Hero is the extract: the of this that First then, let us determine 'what is under lfe. ben .** '4.* ,l'NA ". ".sI 'rTf t
'U Know eight
Republican city
Febbrtjifl:1:l A 4crc1 Nothing party says away. are concerned:' ThPADRS ._ t

uJr'\htt< ?StkteGof.'qall; declared, in sub- "H Ln. VHJUUW ISUy your 'y hand, Fmok- pro-slavery settlers at' Powtawatomie Creek stood by the term sovereignty as it exists in The VlckslJufgfWbig, says : Vioo th* neW-N ai* IIlDiatlC'

tia"he: was: opposed to. 'foreigners, : ''ean linPerce1'you, Wo!, How you think far towtrd crowd the! a nation vergs.of of'civil freemen war had been killed by*an organized band of r Free body,politics ; and afterward examine our I We 'regret to' 'learn tt'.the levee near who U sojourning for Yfltf'mf fctfc city

,with Mfcty to' own worfbfe wneckor without, Stata The other settlers bid tukfd territorial acts and see if this ,sovereignty is the mcralh ofthe Yjuo ghenwAyvand would .- .Mlptd
I)g 1s1t' 1 'blfjktmitted 16,.com to this. your men. that flood of make a epwch on,tfeperbtps

: -a--- ij ; ._ : ,'. ...-,:.. ,' t t l Imminent, ., ... danger" !of..,.'drecobinj, ,m frmttraal;tWod the ttGnv. Shannon for 'aid. ,.AH wat quiet'at:Law-. '':rested, in Congress th-' local' '..jutei.'ttiw't' valley of a Ufa Yazo, river.water, Tim is'ponrtngjnto damlg done the td" w fl'U 'throng, ;. ''U' Qully,

___j t'.1,1iII__ i- il_ c.' .!ntr_ .Gtllt. m Wrfanterttttth' vallejhwitb lmuiens,." the at** in,rtftnl to"Nie"Ht.itrN"
jjjn'oj BiMtaK Mi .MB__ i l .

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York the array spcnkers actually on the ctr The C Border I baLr
TimeS ont of the Whig FO .
rather small nnd .4, II I II PROCLAMATION Br .P.P. .Lewis
eland vrai Insignificant com- pro-slavery organs Western Missouri, published UDJlQU.- 3
I -
,',rrd with the announcements in the bill.- at Weapon, took down the name of f II I ITJAMESE. '- IVES wxte to Ma friwfc aad pafJT A'BOaTT.OBUBI aI e"W..

did Mr. Fillmore, which had been flying at the I BROOME ,\ rooa thatb.IaoowmpQSsIiiQO'ftmprov.m.ots i F. Iurtbtr Iafnnn.de IllClt at this .. .
Padre Vigil not make his appearance in 1 all UM latest ia Dart**-

'.-e Parke. So nbout 9 o'clock in the eve- head cf its columns, upon learning the last I rOOf of tie State of Florida. try. lit, Tb. rxtmoUoa of TTWdi whb *t producnjf roXa1 17, "' to, .. '._-r

platform adopted by the Know Nothings at UN aid i of. application, wLida ooedfU '
HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD- pam..by Board Commissaries ofPofloeiadKis1L
ring the meeting broke up and marcbed in Philadelphia. The name of Mr. Douglas in applTio' an artificial freezing mixture to the part* of

roc'ssionvith music up Broadway to the now occupies the place lately occupied by -, until full? benumbed 21 The imiMduUinMrtkxiwf ;
Mr. Fillmore. a Temporary Set 1. on (Oott Ptraba 11 bkh can be
Metropolitan! Hotel-the temporary !liead- worn with ocmfort and MM till the Gums are fully >di oc to the TIQUW1kSI ofOn&oes 1*, I.

quarters! orD the Nicarn embassy. Here j From Central nn atrocious murder wa committed prrpand for a p nnao at Set; then Inserted oa IN. appolat lb. Lllewkq SodiTidaJ* iiu..Lsane.
juan ANOTHER CANS FOR MR. BROOKS.We I NEW YORK June 1. the body .f William Millicnn in the County that beautiful plan called eoutiauoia Gums vbteb a.re of PoliM tad Health. 0 In th several Wards. (
They formed in one compact mass,numbering understand that a very large meeting of the f in thi State, on the night of the first of 10 much worn And admirer!, for beautr.strcogtU Hid tiedty *-' .

;e\"er111 thousands. The Rev. Envoy soon ,. students of the Universi'y of Virginia, was t I zaba has arrived: at this by eon* ]wrson unknown. Now therefo', perfect oleanlintM. In Ward I. JtnrtJonof MeCarty St. with wi1i.
held Tus 1 Nicaragua. She ends justice may b< Kob frfd. and the May 21. 1856. S* rarJ U the .limits "'f ibis, City .:uxth.and West 1-.T.1'r.It'tl .
hs the J on I\v evening, to fake into.confideiation ,
1ule: nppcrirance nn 1 :iicony. ncccnpnnlon :- 1 } I .
t nf .Nicaragua L t the I Costa lin-'j't t c.oa Jiin punishment; Know --- --
for.}hit i SecrrJnry of Legation. Haviijg the rc-rnt Attack of he lion. PP.-E- ther had t- k I J.-itucR Irnoll1*'. Governor of the Slate' .tf I Iii WaM t.: :N .rth) "f Vir.na 'fit. ss1 fir-im '.
j ton S. Brooks t.c. (': rc"! Sunnier. !, in the I' lighting -n d..lllrl.IJ"IT'r the KKVACD of ?800 for the ; Important t Housekeepers, rue to tJoulrvkrd Wed Un .U.!hQI 1I :

been introduced :lie made: through his IP- I j''I'-. Senate chamber.j I i: Walker was at Virgin tlli..u of,:'illlt'rol1, upou r\idoiit.-o nufticient : FARMERS FRUITArthur's GROWER' ( W art.1! 3. N.flh <>f Virpinia. it.sad (nu 1I.etM.
AM < -
tcrTptor, nn ::ddicsi thu.king the curious Several. viryloq ent : de- : route i h again Opl'lI.'n( l his >nvn'fi,iti. I Est l>. Wiu-os.. E&q. _
j j f-poechcs wero the at { .. rc..f. I hAte hereunto et I In Ward 4. South of Virginia.tn MoCartr nd
ins ameng troops[ I II >ny my -0--- i
crowd for their sympathy nnd reg.iidhcn !i! litcred, all of v\hici! fully app ovcd the course : anti rnurd to bo sfHtftl: the Sml of the! from Monroe tu Ijwuleranl W t'tt T.J. Pa tint. ".;

; .of) Mr. Hrooks, and a'resoljtionvis IIf i Patent Air-Tight 1 In Ward .. 8.utb nf Mrginia St. McCarty sad
tw.: qij. ?' Jy disperse1. 'j pass-ed, ; Late from [ ] Flnri.l.i. Done nt thc Capit-'l. in the
to purcl.nsp forJ l r. P.. a splendid C\l1l'- !I .'. "'f Tallf h3."t' this 19th day of( ilav, A. and Tunic- :! from Monroe Rut C. U. Ertousai: K.q.i .
i Frr \ Fruitt
The! Licitiajr news from Knnsarnnd the WAMIIMSTOX, JI:1,' :31. jr-errtig
185C. CIANS/ I i In Ward 6. McCtrtr St. to Au iuilo. anj fro-.
: The i is tn hive head (
: a heavy gold : SI inter 6V. Thi article eitetisirt-
of violence at I stih for Eaii'-p'? next JAMES I E. ItROOMC.Governor Monroe to BoglerarJ West,E. B. Cue Esq..
rt-cent scones i
arc j I
I .
used in la't
which ill bo -uitl1Jh; lu'rrjhed, and also I.ly, the Eut and Northern State eaon,
I The British will ; f Florida, In Ward 7. St. to nuvl trim.I .
I McCarty Aogwtiue
legation i'
of f 'i111.x introduced the citicutis of Tallahassee and i isurrounding
tV ru-rosatrig tnpi s conversation in the 1 bear it\ ih'Uciof the human head : t
upon Gorci Attest Monro( East. PJH. E .
:, e j the
city i jut now. In regard to the Kansas. bus. badly cracked and brtt'.teiu! Tlie chivalry 1 of '. Private aJvices from ;' : : 'I }'. L. ViLtrrjf.cf.Socretarv the excliikire eumintry light to by ni.ifiufaetnre undersigned in this vineiuity s'uw fut In Ward 8. Augustine St to limits of city South

: the South, it seems, h.s been thoroughlyaroused. of Floi ida. i and from Monroe to BuulerarJ Dr.J. P..rYAL.In .
:-.f c. t ere i is s. wide diversity of opinion as total rout ofr lkl'r. the owning 11'1It i i. only nc-owry to call "an-1
i i [
i : I. t f36. 24 Wan! 9. Augnstb St.t- limits' of wtj Sonlfc.

!,) vLivli pai'y, if cither, is in the right 1 but :: -. --- I,I them]. I _____ _u_.___ ._ ___ j; till t'ltlUl1inc person their who r.rtielc have used mind. th-the.:ui tn'rum'r",1.ti'ua..f be convinced that>f .ji i from Monroe- tu limits vf city, East Hon. J. H.HAKCX. )

'he ?:;vnge lS ut' on Mr. Sunnier appears to On St1urd:1.Ilsl:1I1. extraordinary hail ;I Incinnati--- ; ICE ICE ICE : they the arc the b..pt. most offered simple the."Onomi.a1 They nrtictfir > I I lu Ward. 10. McOnrtj St. to Augutttn and (turn
t... ur.iwrsilly condemned and deplored. ; stn; m, prccedt-cl] by thunder and lightning, : John E- Ward Elected I QUANTITY OF ICE. br UKcd purposirer by the ni<.t unskilful person, without can thelightest BoulevardVtt.! .J. 1C LLOYD. EM}. ,
; In Wani 1 1. .\uCUlhne to limit, of citj South sail #
Yovrs pa--cd over a portion of Ful'on New I ( risk of fiilurr.
county, an to be .\ BY I '
(runt DunlcrarJ limits of citT. WMI. B. Wusii.
Purchaser with imlar
I I tF: are npplird a ct>ntniuinij I
; says : 'I CJ\\\TI. June 2.- I Xo&lJ.
i i
full and reliable directions 'for putting up fruits
j In Johnplone there was not a window : Buchanan) ) will be : 21 I nud toniat.(.)' in the} I e C.UlI. placing tbo whole process Y. EPPES. J It.odsmut.t .
Convention of the Radical Abolitionists. I within the reach of t ArWTIlACT FROM ORDINANCE, IX 41 ..
; ;Mind or piece of lattice work in the town (Tuesday,) probably on the Rheumatics i convcuirntly every housekeeper.A p.

SYRACUSE, (X. Y.,) May 29. I Ii Itll:1t was not broken. The window glass : the third, Douglas having & Others, large supply i.f t the Can will be constantly kept i Duties of ComnuMarift z-'T'i visit frtqavftttWir) .
i j in IItlOr" Person wishing to supply them.elvr*shouhil( rtiru Ward*-to VtoUtiwns .if OrdSoari-
i ised the withdrawal of his | suffering from Rheumatic Complaint rrp report
The Convention of radical abolitionists, was smashed, small houses and barns: were j otTer n pwitive filmed iu Jayt Stimulating: i apply immrdintely. ni the fruit irnxii. :Rican at hnnd. I rCs; Kuiuacfs; CuHtcduru of Mattrr Ul.t rtotu U.

r.ler nn animated discussion of the rolic to torn down, large trees uprooted, and those I expected to lead off for I It has bw-ii elf -lultl) in tie nurrnnneiit All Cum ioUl ire in.u'e by" the unl..rlll.'O",1 and warranted n"llth"Agrant.. ; anJ to net j-iutJj a. a Board I ul ,

that withstood the gale: were denuded of lUll! ballot to he followed I .,,, and Rhtnnjntic dit :''. Thouiaml ': snfr. WM. I' SLUSSER. Health for the Citv-and as .ueh. oa UM Mvormie*

1,0 parsuod by them in the present political] their branches and leaves. All the fences ; and Tennessee. d.ult' been rescued fr*>rn au untimely death May 31. 1S.a. 22 _. 1 of Epidemic and at otLer times, tu make soge tiurst

i-'i.-os.i Jioip.iij.nte3 Gerrit Davis, of New York, : were levelled, and irreparable damage done : Ward) of Georgia, will lie ti if this great remedy. I -- ---- --- --- the Cite..unl'il, whivh traY tend to Ue ,tt rprcirrialUHi
: nf the Health (the .
and Wholfpalu Bell-Air ; Citj.
by Dmgp tg generally at
for Prfsident, URI Samuel McKarland, of to the fruit treeji an \ gro\\lug crops. Sever- i Convention. il. bv AMES LIVELY. Academy. Tnl'aha-m-e) 1IJ1 j 17. 1856. !I) (

i :il men were ]Knocked senseless and) it is : [ iroM> XEAR TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. i __ _.____ __ ----------- : pxaz
iVnns\Irinia. for Vic? Ptfsideiit: and then re- > iitr.u ] '( May SI 1, 1C56. 22ly'Plantationfor '

sojourned sine die.Th I ported that oi.e or two were killed. The I CINC-INNATI, June :3.- : .- r I MIIS Institution too lone and fun-mlily knjwn t,) ii! COE

.t.- i I cattle s'.so sulTered severely. The storm 1nstfd ; of Georgia; has been made ] Sale. JL require ii Jeicription ofits eonrmience, kulubri- i Any Quanity of Ice. ri

? Abitigdon: J Irinia. :, !learns thnt txven :I but half ni: hour, 3-01 it , a tv ,- jrlLle miles North i! hut MONDAY i damage: in that short I space of tUHC'. Some Missouri have }boon admitted..No \'ry'd plt1Iltati..n.! ten i LOTS
were isonod a fow days ; PiiniHn' and lvanr0il branches of Engluh. Pritim- sale by the the waul''.
tv-ce pcis-ins p. ago \ : ?- ct'iitniuing fuur hundred acres of i wagon 1.laJ. *t. nt
: tll>! the) hail; flones that lay unmelted in the report yet made as to ) nod inlvmcnl M.ithfc'natie tin X tural Sei'iict, D. LA DD.r .
g-roliig.]! : at the residence of PKTER.MozEEi Oak nnJ Hickory. nod pine lau r.t :i i 1 in: two lioisrs after tin! storm was over were ; from Ne \* York, yet ti! fifty of whic'i'! is under cultivation. : the Clnsnu-a. and all branches usual in Southern Initi- ( Newport May 10. 1856. Itt

*" in Scott cO'lty. Va. Fev<=ril aieFiioasy four I times the tize of n hen's (HrfT'0: : jjtind the best chance for on the premises a comfortnblr dwelling i tution. will be tnuglit, ,

ill;i, but hopes; T.JO entertained of : Arrangements have I (' no"essury out houses with a new pin 1 The sub divisions i f the Sescion' and) the rates r( ;, Just Received, .

: Sr.\Mfii l'Liir ; o: \llL\ Citrz-XICA- which Dut1rI.lS.i.lds l for- w. Firbt rate well water and good i i Tuition ns previously niloptr'i- iji\en below, will 1 I PER. WM. R. PETTIS" FROM NEW OaLL.'g ;
i .trrecovery.: It was Mjr.riosed by, some i I h to .'\>il on the plac" For terms of sale :: remain nn.h, ncd. Any further particulars desired I
RAGt'\ TO iK r,I.UC:,.\IilI.-\"Cz.: Yurk May I ap BBLS. Extra and SQ".rfi&l' t'i..tr.
promise for 1800. may l 1) asciTt.iined bv nppi! <*:ition to the uudersijriic'lJ. I
t subnet ibvd. rvkulinj the 2 0
occun-d : on pren\i o
itat! t the liom chick- !
i: eating!
:J\-Tbe) 1 Ileiaid's 1 E Havana: concppondcnt :m.I DANIEL L IIOUUK. J. ALEXANDER.KitHnf : 5 Bags prime Rio Ctt11'cto. .

ci! rooked i ii: a copper; vessel} : hAt the; phvti- :I nonncos t tlc!! saiiir.j: : of a Spani>li fleet for : Cincinnati t. 1856. 21 Tul'on prr Sr'on of fire funthii .- S Tierees S. C.Hams, '
I I : Casks Shoulders,
4 ians KIV that it was occasioned Jjy nr.->eii- i Yoia t.UZ. can\ing J ICO I) guns. Four ollnrenls .; CINCINNATI: June 2.-( I i Puynbtt Qcoittrty: X Bbls.Sugar bout MulaAst. p

-h.. I I \ \\erc to i f lluw. 'ihee: was a great Ohio hag been chosen ( Cradles, Hoes, Straw j 1 For Reading, Spelling Writing. Primary 0 .. Whiskey, ; .. .

-- i excitement at Havana.It of the Convention. The I ficogrAphy.: awl Priirary Arithmetic (Oral.) $10 00 : 6 Boxes Claret. a .
I OU.: "t era, tc. purViiiten, Arithmetic, nail GeographyContinuctl. : AH! of whiob will be sold low l. '
Tis (RovI'it: c:Ol.-\ft'r n careful was Ftispected that ihe object of the : from Missouri forced their y
I 1C 00 i iFor I .
}llIn' -eeiveil An ainoitmejit Grain CradlM 1.8.X1O In' J'i
perusal of the accounts respecting the crops I t1.'t was connected with Central Aiueiican Wilt ion hall amid great I :\ Gaiters Weeding and liiilin' 1-1nCII.- En h:h Gruditiifr mid other Kn; ;lUh |I _._"_ .- :

| affairs.j down the door-keeper. N sizes.: Steelyards, Scale Beam, Ac. Ac. :udies. .. . . .. ... ,. . A'* Uv j I NEW
i ia all the jirincip.il grain-growing States the COODS.
: ) : j I A ISp'.-'bl message had been sent to Spain froin New York has .vet -'ALSO- F.r the -*. U5 00
Journal; 1 of Commerce and we come to the to the the necpssity i May: 31 1.1855.. 22TAX..ASSESSOBS : mf 4|
i urg! upcn goveinment = u ller? pn Itnny, Copper Belt rivets, Blind
conclusion] that, should nothing unforeseen 1 of immediate aciion against: t ( eneraIVaI.\. i \WASIIINCTON line 2.- I : I 'I a g.iol 1 ortmeut nf Carpenters tu-il. ,, ? NOTICE. > 70HN PR f\.TORIOUS, jfln

al 'tar, and favorable weather continue; for the : letter to the Senate to-day hardware. t?. .(t. F..r nle by I '
I ker.The infract the \ I 0. t J. MEG INNISS. --0-- I MERCHANT TAILOR, j
the Fiench: ship of f war Peneloje hnd It-ft purpose to pr S

r.t three; weeks forthcoming'a t j j Havana for San Juan. Nicaragua Ind:! been the dignity of that body. I : 13iC._._ _.._ __ 214rNotice- ______ ,I I, All Persons Interested will take Notice 'I II Dealer In Ready Made Clothlor and

crop will be the largest ever prouuced)in their bl'-cknuod} on the Pa'-ifir. coast t 1 by;, two Fienchvecsels ; The Committee of 1 \( I ?JHATtheTax-Assesor's Books will ;: Gentlemen's Furnishing Clod,. rj'I

ro'ir.ti: !V. of war, ar.il |1':: ecni"rs irom (Califor1 I It I House reported a resolution! : i be closed on theFifteenthDayofjune. -- f

-' -- 1 were lint permitted to land.; and censuring Keilt and i 1/V 1:3. Milliner. begs leave to inform her !: PA8->]3S3A3lESPRING ] .

: The London ] huis Ciimean eorreFon.i t --- interfering when they knew : that she will leave fur New York in A I .

;; 'nt sets down the;, Ilussbn losses in r.nd i I Tilt IiooF.s An\VILsoNCInspoN.: ;I :\r. Cobb, of t (;Jeorgin. and, will return by the last of September, I i All persons who have: not rendered AND SUMMER
.e and fashionable! assortment of goods in I i
around Sebastopol at 53,000 men, while 100-, i IJr: {..-A Washington cnrrfSp'mdent rf ,: ty' report denying that: ; a f business, including bonnets trimming, &c., j i their Taxes in by the fifteenth of June, j CLOTHS AND CASSIMERE8.f'

'i under the Constitution h-id will dispose of on the mUltI reasonable! may expect to find themselves Doub-J I AM now receiving an extensive M*.riuirat e/
003 perished of lat'gae: and u'ise.is Itriv the New YOlk lIa :!.. writes : I
:nen < i ; j ji .
!; -- -- ] Ic 1'ax d, nnd blame themselves for j Cloth C".imtrt'A VMtiiiR*, Drap d'Rte. Wl t. ,
: th-y would not have been ablt to sns- ;i I send: you the) correspondence between j jMessr lS5rt. 21 taxed I be found all Brown ansi 1 lime, Linens WhiU anal Figured itarurillv
: =. I Brooks andVilnj.1 !. Wilon! lias Quincy Male ____ _. I being so as can at | *. nil of >*hicL I am prepared tn NIl .p wilt
th2: themselves hnd J
: many days longer not r's Notice. timei at the Drug Store of E. BAIINAKI I I| .'rt notice Li the} must biotiable *tylr .u.J] MI foaiiable ,:
fi.' tCout contra to th of hi. | ACADE
: ; ( expectation: .
pcaco) been declajcd. .irI I i ), Jr., corner of Munroe and Clinton *' term
fiiond Biookstoie to \\ IHIII that ho
j : having: demands Against th,estate of .
& i
r. IIK n.t So ion will 1 h p' in (, i Streets Tallahassee Florida. ALSO-
U. S. Govr.2Nii.Mr Fru"nTH: : : Texat ;; had denounced. his: :.irult: on Suninos a? Vf. Argvle, late of Leon county deceased, j: ,
in and continue five ) i I
July L. C. DEMILLY .
notified to them to the leri i ,
present 4
: be
cowardly tlrciw tn a judge of
I debt! 's now rapy; ?! bw-Inj audited; r.t tbeTr.nsujy :tsuing; oldest awl nm!t penrann! ill- ( : I ninistr..t'lr, duly authenticated within tlteI j I Tax-Asxcxsnr. \ '
i; tru<' cou r.ig4' ; tlial \V."ilv had also repeated j the state and! h.ss; be'n for nearly j READY-MADE CLOTHfNO,
Dl'p.lI 1mcl.t. A TUT piying liningfcfven i l ly, avowvd. that for asnahing: he might say on '! dir the charge of its present ; I '-( V-y law,;t'and r this nil notice will indebte be plend! to j j Ii X. I>.-Persons: making affidavit bcI{ 'uiting in part of Caihmerctte Frock aDd 8.ni.Fancy .

million on this scnre, intlu.ling interestf I the floor of the Senate: beheld himself! rosponsible .. del with a large and valuable: I:1 arc recovery required 1 to make immediate persona payment tore a Justice of the Fence: of their ti.\- | Colored Frock anj Sr.ck. l>r.p d'KU 7nx>< I
cnl and Mathenatieal: :iipjmratu, rcech'I{ Sack'aml BiuineH. Alpaeca Sack and Business.WLit.
lse-tvhere. Brooks then D. C. LEWIS, AJiiifr. I able the same will be
there Mill, it is said, be a surplus at the close I or : II j nn extensive cabinet Aiii'-raI-: property, Brown and Fancy Linen! Coats. Black D'ap d'Et a,.1
1S5R.! 21 I ; J.
their Taxes.
: ed!
of the fiscal year, on the thirtieth of June, I wr.'tl': hog/I to :fludoots pciince. as Summer Cascimere P at. White and Fnrxy Lines
" I I dt-sirc [to know whc.j; and where I cnn : ful teacher, are employed! in tlie. GwynnI Tallahassee. May 31 1856. 22 j Punts. White and Fancy )(.r* iUfS V.*t.. Fang .s .
estimated at over seventeen millions.ANVBODV to & Walter ji Plain Silk Ve iti. Shirt. Collars Uodr
meet yon out of this district.To averaging one every twenty/ i Cravats. Ur l.
of instruction i i ii extensive. Drawer HOI;,. ta ,..
Gloves ,
i I i .'
. Line 11-1 ain't anybody this Gen. Wilson replied as fo'lows : be prepared fur entering the a his services to persons, -wishing to enter Insolvent Estate Notice. JO'ln.PR.\&TOkICS. :
Your note of the 2th} inst. was ylaced in in the t. S. Laud: Office, by locating Laud
I'm marrie.l 1 ain't bachelor lege and gentlemen I April 1*, 1850. 10
a any longer young may or otherwise.i He wiU also give prompt State of Florida, ) .
-This ain't 1113- home ; "titn't my caniage, my hlnds:1t twenty minutes past ten tins j nivrcial pursuits or for entering t<> midi business us may be intrusted to him I Cuuuty af Le n. )) I
lenrned A limited For; Ohar1e 0-
I charafteiized the .floor oldie professions
on Ii i
morning. the other offices iu the I
my horses my opera box ; oh! no they Irelrs. i both be aroommodatcd Capitol. Charges per.n havin claim against the Estate of I '
i! Senate the..assault upon my colleague as II scxf-s may onI1Lle.I."rrepon mg to services per'ormed. ALL Jinkins late of Lcou .iRD. } Expected to urtite. Tb BrW'
; Smith'! I'm not John K. Smith, the family of the Principal.; J'oard ] county, ileceased I
Times. which will 1 1'are
and cowardh" I the State Land Office, he of course *hh d.atrh 4!
murderous ,
brutal, thought are hereby notified to present the same t<> the Judgeof I
richest broker : iu btTerul other families the
on MoiVgoniTy street, but- Iii for the above PurL her lat
for this
business in that Being trip .
no"charge tot Department. ,
1 have Probate, of Leon at hi? office iu Tallabas- -
i so tben---I think so nmv. no qualifications ing from ?10 to 12i month. } County I
that fashionable Mrs. Smith's husband! per 18iG. 20-1y Planters will do well to avail themselves uf tJ i
before the fir Slondny) in Decembe'
: see, on or t next
i.i these ticukrs of tuition.
Xtlley clown to the of1ie ; : whatever, to inte regard to respecting rate tunttv mippUine to Cliarlwh-n. ,. I
came jrslcrdacweet
} ; for payment: ratll. I[
N. II.STgV pro
NelJey: she alnioct.coascles papa ferI I| words.! I have uev r -nt< rtriincd or e rCSE- apply June 7. 1856. 23 Mule Strayed. D. W. GWiXN', i t KICHARDSOX'4 WniTAKBB.
New Port, April 1J, 18M. 19
chew-here the idea f
r.hie\ i cut s ; clasteiing cuilf! Line eve ,- ed in the Senate or t tho 26th of Judge of Probate. -__ _ _ _- -
i personal rcspoi.sibi iy: in the Ense of the j from Tallahassee on April. I May 24, 18:0. 21 j ---
dflt' .7''U{\ : sized. dark colored MARE MULE, A.W.DAVISD.D.B.RESIDENT .

. Whose lovely]. iId i is that ?I" ; duellist. I have :1\\a\ s regarded duelling j old, tail shaved!, wart in her left ear, I -I OFFICE TALLAH ASS K. PC.". t

c* Mrs. SsiuItliV' ; as the lingering relic of a baibarous: civilization j rnb>>ed somewhat by gear. Any person Jiotice.I i Important Improvement in Artiitio

Oi'course U is she don't bvlvjiig to me- which the law of the coi'ntr3' has bran.t who wril address rue at Tallokus Pt-t OfI I HEREBY warn all pt rsous. from trading for a i .
t ded as a crime. Whd! therefore, I religiously Co, Ua., will be suitably rewarded and note, given by me and Joseph Willi m.s, andmade Dentistry,
*>h, certainly not 1 uish i I felt a little: more of self defence in thanks of payable to R. 'fHrbctt, ami Hyde, given name BY which the face i il restored. its original enut"- I':!
clear oa that point That expensive plate believe in the light N 0 '1' REDDING \VOOTTEN.. not recollected, fur three Hundred dollars,date l 21st and with it the Ion of the teeth supplied as M. 1 Ito

just going homo longs to Mrs. Smith !- I its broadest sense, the laws of 1113' country 1956.:__ 20-3 __ April.. and mode payable 17th May, 1856 the Cor- elude detection. Samples of this improvement DI.f

What if I did pay for ill I don't I belong to I and the natural c-'mvictions of my whole !life sidetation fur which said notn was given is n..ti valuable bo seen; also temporary sets inserted tin

forbids me to meet 3 oa for tho }purpose] indicated 9i'Withdrawal Speculation Considetadon. nod I am determined not to pay Giitln Purcbn
Mrs. Smith oppressed women theyhave I said unless .
in your letter. i of note compeled by lair.MATHEW In a few hours, so that persona having t eta re 1 fel
all their and half of
: only own property OUIMSLEY.
DOLLAR- mCJYedun have a complete substitute iramediateJ *J
their husbaitd's by hand the test by possession I II PRIZES 60,000 Jackson, d ., April 23 1866. 2o-Iw Childreo'.teethextracted, and 1.
We have been loss known the FLORIDA AND advieegif to paraaU
at to
nlw-vjs a lij -- ---- -- -
} ; but they need more rights.! Where I I I Plan in regard to the managroirnt and treatiMat of the t
public looked with x more lenient eye upon the counterfeits Lottery I NOTICE. teeth tratii. Ail warranted suit UM
rights are trr ng, I wonder what words the I I ..... operations to meet t
of n popular medicine, than tbe counterfeit of we are anxious to close our buinecs, we would fastidious. Will practice in the principal UWTM .
petitioners would' use! And than t the idea of N pursuance of the act entitled COUNTY ACADEMY AS
!* I'm I'm I a}bank Lilt. We IhiLk the crime of tIle former of a I public lands, in alternate I r request all those Indebted' to the firms of Tbos. throughout the State. References: tie Faculty *f '

calling me anybody a cipher I much deeper dye than tbe latter. The one robs you Florida nnd .Alabama to aid in LOTTERY. H. Cnchluw & Bros, and Crichlow, Fisher ft Co, to the Ohio College of Dental Surgery, snJ tho. vb .
an animaecule I'm a t.u1ble-tjlck.o' lantern I certain railroads in said Stntes," call and settle their accounts immediately, either by be is daily operating for.

-a iisi on. I'm absorbed-swallowed! of money only ; the other of both money and health. I 1856, nil the lands lying within cash or by note or they will be pled in the bancfi April 26, 1855. 17 f

up-extinct.The We call upon all good citizens to denounce both tile side of the following railroads and \ or THE STATE or GEOftOIA.] of a-i attorney for collection. -- oFlNDIANB. ---

1 l.n'r and manufacturer, of such epuiious trasb. We i said net, to wit: From St. J"hn's CRICHLOW FISHER A CO. REMOVAL .

Cincinnati Times, (Known Nothing,) have been assured that Dr. M'Lnue's Celebrated Ver t ville, to the waters * from Amelia Island, on the --- 1. capita ward for living lodiarw w"b boa
y may
and Liver Pi1s! have been so imitated, and i in. I
explains that :Mr. Fillmore signed the Fugitive mifuge Tampa bay, w.ithL branch to CLASS N. Monroe Restaurant.BY I captured or mdnned to come in for emigration. 1 viM

Slave law not because he approved itl a style well calculated to deceive. Our reader will I Gulf of Mexico, (except the Tampa pay the following premiums for hostile Indiana d tiered ,
therefore be on their guard when they want either of of junction with the Cedar Key ;) ) rawn June 16th, 1856, at Concert Hall,Ma- ANTONIO BOTOLO. I to the Commnndis Officers at Fort Brooke m
but bjcause the Whig wa opposed to acola Florida Ga, uuder the sworn superintendent of CO! Fort SouthFloridn.
party I valuable medicines. Fleming Bro of Pittsburgh Pen to Myers .
tbese HAVE made by which} I ,
aud Jas. A. Nisbet, "J" arrangement am fOil
from this office Esq. For each .. .... *
by instruction X warHorlrving.. ..f 210 to Mf* .
vetoes. It says. j are the sole proprietors nnd manufacturers of Anther i i. drawn oa the Plau of the Royal bled to supply gentlemen. at chart notice: with ,' .
sale and location, unfit woman UO t 300.
Tlio simple fact that Millnrd Fillmore Ae genuine article. Each wrapper is signed Fleming } Given under my hand at the Hurauna of Single Numbers: this has on tho best the market can afford in the eating line. I boy over ten years living.. 100 to WV
will be constantly in receipt of Fresh Fish, from NewPort
ed the Law Sign'j at the of Washington Numbers And the Havana Lottery 34.000 The highest rates will be fur all the
Fugitive Slave i is no proof Bros. City Pickled Oyster. Mutton Chops, Deefstakes. Ham paid except ,
the Havana 249 Priaes-this 1200 Prices.
he is in favor of slavery however .. =-_ --- -- ----E- day TIIOS.of May A., HEXDRICKS 185G. interest! Now is the time. and Eggs, tout Mutton. Roast Beef and in fact all than very above infirm lnareat and helple t. and J.in C.these CASEY.CXM eel" Ieie.

be urged against him by .Abolitionism or kinds of Meat Game and .Fih will be found at my establishment '
may Wonder lie Was Thankful.
No June, 165';. 23 Captain U.R1.
CAPITAL $15,000 in its reason, which will be served in
Jls .'ct':. Will those who endeavor to -- up )UlroocTvnraBai .

Construe that act to hs;: disadvantage remember EEAD AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELVES. t CityCouncil 1 of. .. .$15,000 is. . .$15,000! the beet call.style, to those who may patronize me. Give April 26, 18M. 17m
me a
the fact that in the election by which he ROCHESTER, October 19, 1862.MESSES. .. . 5,000 is. . . ..5.000 May 10 1S5B. 19-4w -__ --.- .
AT a meeting of the City . .4.000 is.-. .. .4.000 AGENTS'WANTED'J' .
was declaied tho President of ibis Union, the FLEJIISG BEOS.CP 1856. It was .. .. 3.000 is. . .. .3,000 : < > .. .

one main veto power was a nnn issue, and Gentlemen-Having experienced the benefic'ul RfloltJe, Dy the lutendant .. ... ... 2.000 is. . .,.. ..2.000 Contracts Trestling.. To Sell by Subscription. Complete IlL4orf .

that in repudiation of that power he was cho effects of Dr. M'Lane'a Celebrated Liver Pills, pre Tallahassee, That the clause in .. .. 1.000 are. .. ... ..,5,000 Omcz*PLNs.tcoLAD Giotou R. R.Co. ) .

sen. The Fcigitivo Slave law came before pared by you, I take great pleasure in recommending I860, relating to hawker and .. . .500 are., ... .. .. .5,000 Tallahassee, April 29tb. 1856. f OFTHE" .t.-.t.ai&
strued as to conform with the law . .... ,000 .
( ... . 50 are
(or his signature after it had passed both them t: the public. I foci warranted in saying that to from ill penalties TJROPOSALS .are mvilud for the con .
ns except ... .. .,.25Ilre..a.OOO: '
'Houses of Congress, bearing by such passage they are a certain cure for liver complaint and nil atlases, not boob ordinarily BO t Prizes 20 are .. .. 10,000 t struptjoa the line jroodcn the eulverts and ties- wiio'
_: tling on of PewacoU) and Georgia
the sanction of the will of a majority of billious diseases, no matter haw difficult or long stan From the Minutes. C. 10 are .. ... ,5,000 Rail Road. from thee junction-'wi tlie Tallahaure '. .. r

tLe people of the United States by their rep- ding. I myself was afflicted with tbi dreadful disease June7,1856. -23-- Rail Road to the Sowannee River. Some of the workis Now Ready. One Tol. octaro,

imotation, and upon no other grounds than for over two years, and oh bow thankful I nm Notice PRIZES AMOUNTING TO 60,000 required immediately. Tho construction of tbe rest ...

its unconstitutionality could he have withheld that I heard of these Pills. I purchased of one of 1O-HtlTei 85Qa rteri 92,30. may be deferred, to be completed as the graduation Illustrated with ,Engraving?! .
persons having tlaims a without Deduction. of tbe road programs For further particular sod for
lils signature. It was signed, nnd the fact jour agents three boxes, and before I Lad flubbed the ALL W,Mann, deceased, Payable mail need not fear its plans and drafts, apply at this office. Including a large Colored Map ofthc'aes *f
that he affixed hia name to it as President of third box, was completely cured. I verily btIeve! ty, aje hereby notified present sending Orders money punctually attended to. Commu E. C. CABELL President War. Also, a beautifvl Ctotrt, drtam Syan

the Union, '8 no more proof of a pro-slavery but for Dr. M'Laue's Liver Pills, I abonld have now signed Etecutrix within the time confidential. Bark notes of sound banks May 10. 1880. 19 Artist eight month tn the.Crtmf c. .
this notice will lllf'clead iu bar
than that he entertains Abolition or
proclivity been in grave; but as it ill, I am now enjoying the and reliable '
a complete
my ,and all those indebted are Citation.State History of the
ccntiments. As an opponent of the one man best of health and stand a living wiiness of tbe efficiency meut immediately. particular Ditnbm should order mm. I BEING from'iUonranaenflepMat U jts d<.e. ..AU .

veto power an Issnc in his election, and of Dr. M'LaD Liver Pills. Besides recover- MARY of Florida )t. To the widow or ext of kin of the accron'being from eye .Ua JAMES F. WINTER,
mad the to whom he owned hi.1eclion June 7, IBM. County of Lfe.n f Richard Began deceased: ports in the seeoee described. Persops ft Oft
so by party consider that I have saved in pocket seeding
I: \Maoun. Georgia.
ng my health, Manager ,WHEREAS, a petition has been filed in my of will rec Te a sjuaple copy andmorroeeo'feuniHsabseriptica
he could not do otherwise, so longas 20 -I
dollar 186 of
some two or three iondred physician'sfees. Notice. granting probate of the nuncupative book;postage prepaid brVoratfim> tJi
the sanctity, oftbo.Constitution was not will of tbe said Richard Reran you are herebynatiJed Letter full I
a emtainiag partkolar*.4*iarn>t fritfiagents .
WriDied upon. I with the greatest pleasure IX weeks from date we shall New Groceries. that I hare appointed Thursday. the Kwh ,:which; .rerj fiLejal Hating been in Ma ;
Tbis give S
testimony you Judge of Probate of Leon ) day of July next, for tbehearin o/said petition, and publishing,.baaiaesa io New JIue the past 11 1-
l:" LET. TOTS- .- JqcxB RALLY TO THE Rts- and hope it may do something towards making adminUtration, upon the estate of Received on Consignment which w. offer you are hereby cited and called to appcxr btfore meat most satfs&cWnr refereoee will always be ye.rsthe fite

crt!If Under' ihi.-h. .dthe Columbia (S. C.) jjs invaluable Pills known to all who are suffering said eountv r, deceased. cash. the Court-bonne in Tallahassee, on the ooj. aforesaid when desired. A ddrm ,
Coffee. at 1 0 o'clock A.M,in order that you HJ 1 contest MMANS71LtVLlsltiI f
Tune li cU-&t public meet- with liver sompkit. the if ,
pobli WILLIAM HISS, Rice, same you think fit 131 York Street,New. HaY..CJoJla. I
inrort; t.itif| o(Cfrjorabia,ao S of ti b. May 2-1.1858. Lime r L. .1 OITMO under n>Y band and seal-otfW May S, 1SS6. It J
\.t.la"i diJt .4oph Ip rea c lflP I Traveler iu'Western New York.tarParcliaien Salt L -J this Tth day of May. A. D. IS36 _- 4L. .1'_.,. .

''". oll.B..Book. fpr bii will!* careful to ask forD .- .uQQ.TPq Burning
.r tnauaJkctnred by May 17, 1856. 20 Judge of Probate. .
tee oM.eHIf ft'l t.io.to..iu no.Ipt ,,Cu-KUATto VwiciKJex k4 '"
May 10, ISM. IJ-. P'AsA7Sa'
superior Quslity, Just .IR .
Ver. a .
All other
,f.P H I lI tl-Setit { .Chane.Ser Ttumto Baos.of- PMdvrg,' Pa. OF by ) Executor's ice; 1 aIK '90'\OQ.&II r
')1f.M4. 'i: '. '. ,: inifugei,in compftrisoq,ar e"'orthh'L (Drt M'Lane'sVenok May :31, 1858. 22 '. -. : to IJftzAdamaitil..'t 1SIOKWtE ,
.. $10 Be ward ,.
.1'e i.J ; 's 'Vermjraje eJ liotU C1sted14ver Pill*. dy..tbe 28 Instant, I wOloffiarfor.l. be '

--r.-c.- ,, be kllrespecUVU Dr gSt.ra NQnI FRESH GARDEN the cr9Ut't-B ae door:(0 TaUbssA the RUN A.WAY from the .. io Leon OoontT, J ,
: *.11t..f an now. Jofcn 8. ,
> -.- "11 nc e bcloogmff to the'efUtU of negro bey SOLOMON about 15 years cld] of
e nomipavjfiFSSSW Ir.I "ln't* ; -. / ,\_ ..v., .OBOWTH. .OF,) r.situated fa Bell Air, We'lot don-: datk completion, about five fete bcies feb.. I .. -
Hd Ro..1Mmt the1r. for r G.B O UT Aiteg .Flat-Turnip, ont at Ugd,;toor ;ft I lew... Term toad. win give tea dollars reward lot.apprehension,, ao J oi: s. ,, :. y.d -
G : f i' it.J ; ,;Sici 71i11hri. ana .R Ift4. .the.d '1tt. !, d lrrery .f ati.l umo to 1ft6r nqi i4nrid,at D t plsats- : _.. ..

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r.r: Mcf AKf&'S.:) Come One! Come. AUv! THOMAS- 'WHITE' TO THE .-P.UBLie. J -.TO WOOL GROWERS. For Biaimfixtnrirc Lacour' Improftred lAjuort. -.FteeeM.Wet T., .

AD CERTIFY that in the- 18M, I visited Beergr Viiegr. fljttrp,
teletted albeit of'good porcnated by blm- TV, "ANUFACTDRER Copper and Sheet Iron 1DO W. Moloy's Infirmary.at yw Griffio Qa, for the A FACTORY, in want of wool, EWONUW'iZIeS: ,e.

T self consisting not only of the realities of fife bat also JLVJL Wart,and dealer in all ktoda'of Plaio nod Fau- purpose of obtaining relief of a rery painful and distressing To fudtftBwrr extracting loot," ALL K1M orAIT UQDft c.ur IZ VVIVZZp .J 1

;- .... those"article well 'adapted to please all, not only in ey Tin Wane takes pleasure in iatorming the citizens CANCCI; of the nose sod i'ye. My now was Would'ask the faraurt fa and near Ocgrism LLCft W

quality and styles, but in prices. Tbi stock is not only uf TullaliaBsee and the surrounding cotmtryi; that he i is all entirely before I visited the DoCtor. besides To send their Tun lfdjleecti AtFe.I : of mil furnish .

LITEIt, PILLS. large,bat selected particularly for tbe Florida markets now prepared to wait on all that wih to patronize gone ulceration cheek and about It. free from dirt tbe wool they wash, OUTLAY I 1'JIUa&et s.r
a deep on
my Water
,, vhlch be feflls assured he will be able to sell as him! in his line of business. He alsn tenders his thanks very I and proud my to that Dr. Mosely I -Twill card, spin weave it, in a flash eaa"mJar Wlth&ey'aad into tIm.eit ttnec.
eye. am happy say boon at ooat of
19 two
Two*f the bc PrcporaUous of the Agt low, not Only for cash and the produce of the country to his friends, and the public generally for the very did relieve me and had it not been for mJ having to Fear Montieello thit b dens : Vlppaia a to thmttaU

but also to' those who have been dealing with him liberal l patronajje "uh"hich he has )heretofore been myself to extreme cold, bad weather I I Where Cotton worn and Filling* per gtOaa. .

for years. All those wishing to purchase we would fivo-cd; and be hopes thai a continuation of the same do expose believe that I very would have had on retnrn of the : Where Osnabvrg (that none excel'; I It The only ftIIH.barrels.neeexary Th.'substaxmeesthey fcf this pwpe eitM

_ They are not recommended advise to call and see the*? splendid will be granted him. disease. I visited the Doctor a second time mid lie t Once seen to buv. at once cow pets. Win of Whiskey the of with hki

p j O1A e. Chcne, Satin Plaid and striped, He will constantly keep on band ft full supply of all relieved me again; and so fur as the various icports A list of prices here tw add. I are found filled in for oft porpoM forests of BakingViW*

as Universal Solid and Plaid Brocndes sorts of Ware usually kept in nn establishment of his about the Doctor's injuring or failing to relieve me, Send on your wool nnd make us glad. can be any Amenta.
i! Gro de Rhiuos and Black Silks, of all prices and i line of business. A full assortment Sheet Iron, they are positively fKlsf'. As regards Dr. Moseley'a Bold, for the riff/ of Sou/Ami men, : Persona slightest knowledge ttUbuj

Cure-alls, but simply for i qualities I Sheet Lead ; Lead Pipe3; Sheet Zinc, Cistern Pumps, I skill in the Trratmmt of Canctrs, 1 know of no Physician I This "FAcronv" still lead* the Van : Incas are which led imperceptibly is by inlo the 'proem of manu

; Black and colored Velvets, and great many: other articles too numerous to men in the world that would sooner rely on than I In gwililff, there's few can dare facfur, no means complicated
Tins work i ill be found at No.
wEat their name pur- Solid and plaid Cahmeres and Merinoes, I tion. I-him.. As a SURGEON and I'll YSICI AN,he equal (lnjnbric) with it toCumpUlC.I and at the book to store No. 46 St. Charles 60 Camp street
I street
; Solid plniJ, and I figured Ielains TO BUILDERS.Tin I oppo
to in the Southern States and I am happy to I
any ; .
the Charles HottL Price
:I Embroidered pli*i J and black Alpaccas I Hoofing, Guttering, Copper and Tin Conducting say that 1 found him to be a perfect gentleman and I List of Prices Terms, &c. I amount site SU(two dollars)can be lent?2 pVr mail e.ny! ThIS

ports.The Black Bombazines, Pipes 'I and the sent return mail purchaser
VERMIFUGE for i Spanish and Mohair Debai cs.I work-mJn-like manner and style, and of the best 011I I Cancer, to ,isit the DOCTOR as soon as possible and Factory, situated 1J mile East Montieello.Jcff-rson close 20 cents in per to and must.

I Ladies black and colored Italian cloak cloths, terial, on shortest notice anJ most reasonable terms j have their health restored. RANSOM COOPER. I Co., Florida,oil the Stage road to Alligator Fin, is DOW Book. Address stamps pre pay RegitUr the

expelling Worms from Black nnd colored and silk Talmas, Having been engaged for the last eight years in I Rome. Auirust 30th. 1855. in full and successful operation employing the latest HENRY WALTER & CO, PnWistiertl S

'I i English plushed Talmas. I business \t this place be thinks it unnecessary to recommend I :2 r'? Mr. Ransom Cooper siiyned the above in my improvement. both in Cotton and Wool manufacturing: ff
.14 the human ,: Dotted and embroidered lace y.il I I himself any further to the public us regards presence. THOMAS PERRY, Pout Muster. I Machinery. The goods from this Mill have thus fari ,at value of this Orleans La
has i tThe ifork has
system: Solid plaid and figured Bareges i ibis capabilities as a mcehanio but at the same time he j Rome, August SOth, 1853. i brought the le\dillgl'riee, both in New York, New I : pr its Wen suffi.
ciently proved by adoption text
as a book
B'ack and colored Shnlleys, J I A.snrc8\11 that tavor him-with a call, good work and j Orleans and Texas. by the
also been administeredwith Welch Silk and Flannels : various liquor manufacturers of the city of New York.
gunzc i ii cheap prices. : I the ,
j Awful Case of Cancer Cnrrd. The Company offer for sale at following prices I Iviz I
i Red and yellow Flannels. I i Having removed from the old] stnn-1 formerly' knownas I II RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE PRESS.

the most satisfactory Opera Flnnuels] ofl co11rl I White A Slusscr he will be found at his stand corner I THIS is to certify that Col. S. H. Harris, of Crawford I :Superior Cotton warp, all Nos. a 80 cents a I This work will be found to supply the dealer j io Ii-
to in the 1851, with Cnnvr
: English and embroidered bands, of 200 f,'ot street, where he will be glud t<> wait county came me year a Bunch of 5 1 Iba. by the bale of 40 Bunches and up.I i I quo, wine, vinegar, it, with a thorough teacher nd'guide
his of fourteen the ehin-
results to various animals I, Lace and linen C. Hanikrchirfg. on all his friends. THOMAS WHITE. ( un chin years standing wards. I amid all the varied and Intricate
bone nod salival had all become rnnrh of
Emb'd Co'lins l ) Umlcrsleevcs, glands very
ni' Dee. I, 1855. 48 Bunch. this buiineac.--.iY.\ 0. Picayune.
For less one dollar
diseased and his constitution nenily ruined. Mr. liarri.n : a quantity per
subject to T arms. KmbroiJcred Chenioisette and C"lJT.te II treatmcn-t I For Filling, the same prices.No. It were work pf supererogation to praue a book
: Imd( been under the of eminent
: Blue, brown and Veil B UOnIlCI'i. nOIlI) tS. many
green ircges the bale of Mons. Lacour'writing.. The '
1 OJnaburgs-ilb yard, 10 cents by volume before
j and them the per us i
The LIVER PILLS for Black love Veils, I A DIES colored! straw Bonnets.; physician, among was grentDr. Shep-- of and remarkable for it* completeness and the :
COO upwards.For
I yards, I exact
ard. of Charleston and also, the celebrated Dr. Mar r practical
Thread, Cotton and Linen Lnces, _
I / Lrttiu-s colored straw trimmed Bonnets directions which it ,. Old
half bale, 10J; cents. give mannfactnren
.. shall, of Macon who treated his case twice without I a wfll
the cure of LIVER: COMPLAINT Cambric Bobiuet and nn J Mantilla Swi s erl ing" anJ Inserting f, j ., I pIa in""' 4' I removing the diK'l\ e. He finally went to Dr. Marshall I'f I For lees than half bale or by the bolt, 12 cents. I find all of the Gold modes entirely \periej The

I.CtI I blnrk .is lie informed me the third time and he refused : Plain wool Kersey, heavy, "o 28 cents by the bolt. use of the old forroulaa! would Appear as the "IC lJD ol'
all : C.'lorcd MenIc4, J white satin and silk I The wool department w worthy the attention of I II folly" in the presence of the new ones
BILIOUS DE- i tit do anything more for him. Soon after tbat time suggested b-
Curtain and Dress Calicoes I'
black (extra size) thU work. One of tie
Mr. Harris heard of the many wonderful cures that I I our Planters, Burrs are not oljectcd to, as they arereadily I' principal objects appears U
Kinbroxlered Lace Curtains. : Children! and MifKes straw : removed by a machine for the PUtpofle but to avoid, as far as possible the Wo '
had made, nnd"ilit.d at Griffin, last apparatus or
SICK HEAD- me us a resort.I I
RANGEMENTS, White, blRek aril slate hosiery. i 0 Hat. commenced treating his case, and in fix weeks the j th* wool should be washed clean of dirt and dried be- expensive (to the operator)appliances of any kind fu

White and black silk hosirj., For pale by DAVID C. WILSON. fore pending it to the Factory.The Co., solicit the the manufacture of liquors, t.e.-Nn< Yvtti 1W.,
&c. Ladies and Gents black col'd Kid Gloves, Cancer was all removed :and the fore l1elr1benlerl.- i I -. -
ACHE, Misses colored Kid nld. : ___October_ 13. 1855.___ _______ __ 41 This ca'elS hcen and- witnessed by n oie than five patronage of the adjourning Counties of rloriaaauueorgia. His volume contains tne art of preparing and putting -
: This Factory is an that should I np the whole list drinkable,from a choice
Cancer I Ii
hundred: ?. I have the now in experiment pip.
Purchaserstill Ladies and (}*-nts buck and Kid Gauntlets, Bacon Bagging &c. jR-is-ob my posecfcbion -
of Otard
pleaseb of the
13 185j. I and any person ran see it b\ calling at my office i not fail of support ; Florida has been long dependant 1 Dopey, vintage of 1795. to a simpUpud
October 4 ,I JUST received per latest arrivals from NPW Or. in in OiiiSn. Tbii case ,witnessed bv ; on her Northern neighbors for those articles-the material :I economical manner of making cider without spples --

particular to ask for In Leon Circuit Court. In t and New York the following articles which I THOMAS JONES of (riffit of wlic1lli's at her own door. All wool sent by fermentation. A friend has applied the recipe
Equity..YohnMartin j
they offer sit the lowest cash prices : Dr. J. D. MARTIN, shall rccci-e strict attention. for converting 23 gallon of whiskey into 40 gal

Dr. C. McLane's Cele- : ,.Complainant, 16 Casks Bacon, 10 Bales Da2' mg. I E. W. WILSON, It Wool Chnres.For i Ions with the most satisfactory results. The latUr

,*. I 20 RbI!, Flour, 15 Ps. Sea Island do. .. F. CREXSHAW, I I quality does rot pMsesss an equal amount of intaxSea-

brated VERMIFUGE and I John P. K. Savajje. and his) I 80 Coil Rspe, 10 BWs. Whiskey, I I do certify, that myself, and many other, of this: I carding 1:1 Batta for Matrasses 5 cents per 11.s.I. ting properties to the former, though the 40 gallon

wife, Martha B. Savage, I 200 II,,. Twine, 10 TIbls. Me:s Pork, I place, were eye ivitae'.ses to the nb.>ve stated cast, .! For l liolla Spilling; 10 was of a much finer color, tarte, and odor.-Ar, Tori

LIVER PILLS prepared by and Boiling Baker, Trustee I 50 Krgs Nails, I and that ilr. Harris I left item fecti!, well. To weighed after it is carded. .trr/nir.

Complainants. i .mr.HARDSOX.tfIIITAKEIL I "A. II. IL\T10\ ,. For manufacturing wool iuto Plain Kerseys the This much talked of book is at hand. It contain .

ajtpearinir tc the satisfaction of the Court, that j Newport, October 27, 1&55. 43 i Griffin, May, 14, K"2. charge is 15 cents per pard, the Mill furnishing the I mASS of information that is perfccUy astQfl lbiDi. a&4
IT II I -- or, (if preferca,) one half of the cloth. We I could only hare: from actual ob
Dlend'mts. John P. K. Savage, and his wife I wsip. acquired ,.
e3) mlm1 QXo1. Martha B. Savage, reside beyond the limits ef Florida j In;;: Chancery-in llniltolJCl; ;- Court. shall be prepared in a short time to manufacture If you wish to see' ingenuity applied,look in acorn of
To the Afflicted tof Conditions.
viz: in the State of Georgia-It is ordered that Willis W. Burk, Complainant: twilled goods.! Our terms arc cash or exchange for Lacour on Liquor. Practicability appear to have otttt

SOLE PROPRIETORS PittSburgh they appear and plead, answer, or demur t the Cornlainart's |r[ r,. I do certify that I was most horribly afflicted with I wool at the market price, wo will take cotton when the design of th. author. No delays are necessary U

I bill' at Rules to be held in the Clerk'soffice I| John V. Stephens, and Larkin McTyer. and Eliza a Cancer on my upper lip, which caused me pain; in the price i ij not ahoy.8 rents. ascertain the results of.an application: of a recips.

Pa. and take no of this Court eln the lirst :Monday iu August. 185, j I Pitcher, John Pilcher. Tliomas Pilcher, William! Pilclier describable. After trying the skill of all the most JOHN M. PALMER, Ag'nL We speak from actual observation.-7'Ai/ $**.
eminiiit that I could hear of and S. R, Co.
that Jefferson
else tho : lil"ile taken pro cotifenso as against !' and Nathaniel Wicker, heirs at law of James Physician* Manufacturing This work will revolutionize the present sf vie) ot
other there various ; them. ILls ordered that a copy of this Order i iI Pilcber deceased, Defendants. without relief, I gave up my case as hopeless, and, as : 11 Mile East of Mor.ticelio. innnuficturing liquors.-N<' Ycri l/rr lJ. "

as are I be published for tluee mouths iu some puhf j f I thought, with death staring me in the f.ce. But fortunately April 19, 185G. 16-12t t Ivicour'n book for instructing in Ihe an of makinr
newspaper I appearing upon affidavit to the satisfaction of t eCuurt. for I heard of Dr. W. R. .
other lished iu the city of Tallahassee. j IT me, Moseley's great nod bottling effervescing temperance bevtr ge7aquore -
that the defandants, Eliza Filcher, John Pilrher -
preparations now Done and ordered at Chambers, this: 14th of Feb- Willian Pilcher, and Natbnnel Wicker, heirs at success in the treatment of this disease, and as a last II Notice.SIX \i ines, nnd pure vinegar for the table,should be
'. resort I placed 1II'sclfundcr his treatment, and in one in the hands of in _.
ruary, 1856. months after date. the administra every bookkeeper the country.
before the Law of James Pilcher, deceased, reside beyond the undersigned, ,
month from the time he commened I
public I I was per.'ectlysound : I
pur- J. WAYLES BAKER Judge. j jFcbnuiy jurisdiction of this Court, to wit in the state of Geor I and have been since. of the Estate of R. E. Gibson deceased will The copyrights forbidsfor ve would give mr readers
16, 1S56. so ever this morning, some of the most valuable
recipes that
be gia. I I present her accounts and vouchers to the Hon. Judge
porting to Vermifuge -------- -- ---- -- ELIZABETH JINKS. ever appeared} in print. How so much information
Gadsden for final can
It i is ordered that the said defendantsVo appear and Butts of Probate, for County, settlement
and Liver Pills. ACS c3 Li'c1y; .: answer the said 'lull, ('II or before the first Monday CuuntJoGa. May 27,1816. ; and will apply to be discharged from the administratorship I be given for two dollars! ia the most astonishing feature
All connected with the book.
jWte York
'J.LL\IASSEF.FLORIDA, in June next, else the same will be taken Pro Con- I ; of said estate. i Titatt.LACOCE .

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in gJ : f-si3-," Provided this ordi-r shall be published in some Horrible Case of Canrc- Cured, FLORIDA A. F. GIBSON. Admt'x. I II : ox LIQ OL-This_ is the most complete
in comparisonwith BY DR. W. R. MOSELEY, M. D. I 16-Gm I work on toe manutactuie of liquors that we ever met
f Newspaprwitlimri_ this Circuitonee_ a week for the pen | April 26,1856. _
DRUGS AND MEDICINES. ) : with! it contains an immense number of formulas
H: .>J of four ..Months prior to said l tirr.e.; I do certify that I was f>r many years bodily afflic- I ; tot
Dr. MCLANE'S Perfmicrv, Dn S urzica1 -fruments. i making variety of liquors,wines.cordials Litters
are itu: : J. WAYLES BAKER Judge. !' ted with Cancer on my Lip and Chin, I tril.'d'nil the HidesVanted.. I every ,
Spices. SI11; : Win jows Gla"s. Paints; ,, syrups vinegar, Ac. Tb work is published by subscription -
Mitchell and Stewart, SoIicitorHfor! Complainant. I j 'rerIleies I e iuM hear of, but found no relief. I finally! BEEF HIDES "Wanted fur which the "
worthless. Oils, Vanishes. Putty Munnf.trturtr Tobacco, February 2. 16. 5 I lizard! of Dr.) \\. R. M'-ley"s great success in the : V OOO highest price will be paid. Also Deer ; the subscribers are dealers and importers
aud Glass \are. liquors in this city. This ator.eTou'd hi
il .icine -- -- --- -- ----- ------ i treatment of Cancer affections, and M.'ited: him at and Otter skins. DAVID C. WILSON ipvak more
T..th Pure : i iavor of the reliability of the work than could be
Fine an-J otk-
The McLane'sVermifuge Soaps!, Fint Wii.rs BranJics i
GENUINE BookBinding.HAVING Griffin; and in the course of six wi-ekshe had the Cancer Tallahassee, September 29, 1855. 39
and Hair Binshes! f.r j I erwise slid.Q.. ltlta.
)1t lclll, .
jiurposes procured. the services of a Diadem we I nil removed. I would advise all that are afflicted -- -- I

and Liver : Garden Paint Brushes Seeds,, Fine Fancy Havana Articles.! iin-p.ue-l to do all business pertaining :! with the disease, to vi.it him nnd have their health X B. CLARKE : March I, 18iG. 9m
Scgnr : -
to that department on reasonable terms. restored lie K beyond all kind of doubt, the most -------

Pills can now be had at They of have rr-ct-ntly received of articles: Li'ijc and Ficslixiijtjily MrDOUGALL) i 1IOB3Y. skilful Cancer doctor in the Southern) Slates. MERCHANT TAILOR, i Quit Drinking Poisonous Liquor?!

every xaiifty usually: kept bv Marelml.lSSt 0 I i Cherokee Co., (;In. EMANUEL DOM1NGAS.Ktn.r.LNcns .
ift:1. Planters and iivici.ins will I\LIJt ix IK\DY{ MADE CLOTHING AMGENTLEMEN'S > LACOUR'S .
all -- ---- --- I -Dr. J. D. Martin, Griffin, Ga.; Dr. J.
respectable Drug ,' at this csiablitfb'nent a fu -upply. of cvtirything: LCciled NEW"GO oTTsTTOWT"E i Y. M. Pucket, Harris county, Texas ; Greer Biehcp.irinin Fruxisinxo GOODS."VOW For making all kind of
and the mo.-t liberal
Stores. I tet.! I (; Gu vScirrhits receiving at the well known old stand for- : Liquors and Vinegar,
Orders from the filled
and gatifc-
; Country promply : & FLYERS
Clark J Stillman.
-li meriy occupied by a generalassortmemitof
with both I by the \t of Lacour Essential
puiranU-fJ : to juices and
ti'l regurd quali- INSTANTLY
FLEMING BRO'S ''t /A RC now rcetiving! by recei.t Ill'cast can hp Cured. Superior Ready Maoe Clothing. Furnishing I
t\\ Plcau'l prtrsciijtion; carefully cl'mpoun.t1 .:' .1 \ arrivals from New YIII k,Rfash I Goods, Clot LII, Cassimerea, Vesting, &C., composed 1 These obtained "Distillation
-uud Fluid LET THE PUBLIC READ Oils are by at the Cbeuj-
Kppimr's coi5: > .f.
60 WOOD ] !: .
ST., PITTSBURGH, PA. : 11m.t .Ii ionnble arid well etlecttd tock of in part of the following articles : ical
.o JarL5, 1850. 1 I; LaLorat(1tpnish( Jefferson) of Pierre Laeour
IN (to the afilicted. andtheer.atitudenndhi.rhopinion
mercy Fine Black Dress Frock Coats.
AValclics and Jewelry, 1 Author of Lacour'o Chemical
Sole Proprietors. : Analysis,Lacvor's Cba-
----- ---
--- '- I < utt rIma cf DR. MOSELEY as a "
I Surgeon Black and Col'd Breasted Frork and
\lnrs, Syrups tc. Consisting of centlemen's gold hunting lever, ladies :! nrd 1 Physician, I deem it my duty mention the case Business Coats, Single ; ie.nl! Manipulations, Lacour on the Manufacture .of LiI .
: ite.i .
:No. Charters Brandy, Cider > gold levers bilver lever, hunting anchor li-pine and I of my wife, !hoping at the same time that all persons Fancy Cas!imere do. do. do I quor,
St. New bpnrklmg
OLD quartier Watcher ; Cameo, Mosaic, Coral awl all gold i converts neutral
General OL! Port J ui ', similarly afflicted nm be beneritted by it. In the Black and Colored Cloth Overcoats
Wholesale agent for the Southern States tovbon I I : imitation
bosom pins In 1 rnrring*, necklaces! gold and j jet crosses spirit to a superior of Imported Brandies.I .
Madeira, Cherries first p.irt of this year, my wife had several t'malllumps Black Doeskin Pnuts.
all 1
] orders must l he addressed.S Brandy viz Otard
1.I.1II titiil lockets f hair and : Sarzerac Marett Cognac Sei-
i ina 'r S 1J\ Ames J Livflv! E. ] arn3rJ. Jr., Miles Sherry Sardines! col'l and hair bracelets a large assoituientof to make their appearance[ in her breast ; they continued i Fancy an-1 Col'd Oasslmere: Pants, :I netee. United Vineyard Properties.Castillion aDd Lonj -
Nash t t"Cj, Tallahassee," Fla. J. S. M. D.ivison. Sparkling Gclntine! curved : types; ; I to increase in size until the whole breast became Black and Fancy Silk Ytsta,
; QJncel don Dock Brandies. The
fine j>laiu, diamnnd! n.I by, pearl and g met, onyx nod oiseased arid i Liquors will bare a full frui-
Flavoring : a mass, *cry painful. procured the do.
Quinev ; Gardner i Mills. Newport ; W. T. C.irpen- Etrlt Fancy flavor and beautiful color. '
diamond ins Comma
eornelbn finder ring gentlemen's ty a sparkling
J Yast Tamarinds ; ; bfst medical aid in tli3 city of Pu>me, and uotwith- do. Cass. clo. Cashmeres j
ter C W.ukeenah ; Masely & IVpe. M.i-liMiii Iu\'Jtr" 'I : I Rectified will be tbe
sleeve buttons, plain cn.neo, onyx and cornelian ; a Whiskey changed by Me of the
Ftin ling tie! earnest and fjithful attention of the most *
Palmer' 4 Bro, }Munlicello 8. Puiesten. MontiMl J ; Spanish Oli\'I, Spices ,I : White Marsnilles do. D. B. Oil of New York
: J.rcatlri.t of stud. fine gold vest, fob and guard i Cognac, to Brandy, Pin Apply!
W. I I Corn Staieh, Picklyo.Wurcesteisbire i skilful physicians, she continued to worse and ALSO
Rogers A Cn. CbitLihoochee! ; Baltrell llIlloi Brandv.
chain seals. andncil common Cognac Brandy
keys, gold Hr cases I
Manama 'Iuce, Salad Oil pen ] Morse until they gave the case vp '.s incurable, and : A fine assortment of Shirts.Collars Black
; Ntchon! 4. Zei.lcr. Rtiubridge. Ga.: and irold, tilvcr and steel spectacles, gold and Cravats j: LACOUR'S OIL OF RYE changes common Reetified -
i). IL Dickinson, I3.\ 3briige ; E. Seixas, Thomasville, :! English Mustard, Capt ,- thimbles.! silI I.I ndvi'td amputation. I was advised by ninny of un ;, White and Colored. Kid and Silk Gloves, self adjust-i, Whiskey to Monongahela Rye Whiakey.old ""Vir
friends to \isit DR. W. IL MOSELEY, of GriffIn Ga". '
Ua. Claret, big Stocks. Cotton and Merino Under-shirts, Jeans. Bourbon
Whiskey. Ac.
Febrna-v, 1?:I. 8-ly AMES J LIVELY. Tine Cutlery and Guns. I II ,! which I did, and, aMonibhing as it may seem, he had I Drawers Brown, Fancy, Cotton and Lisle Thread I j ginia OIL OF CEDRAT clmrujes Whiskey common, Rectified

------ Januaiy 5, 1::r. I Dinner and )breakfast knives without f-iks, knives I I kfr entirely cured tri hil/ one iioitth I and s'te in nine I. Hose White and Colored Cambric Handkerchief all ,, Whiskey to old Irish Malt and
Whiskey, a superior
and frks in setts, cam-is and steel single, fine pock. in yui.dhealth !! I would advise all who are afflicted r of which are offered to the public on reasonable terms article of Scotch .

Piano Fortes. ,; Plows Plows .. 4-t cutlery, nhears, hcis irs and razors; fLe double ,with Scin 1111!, awl Cancerous affections, to visit the i and warranted as good as offered in this Marke.:.- ':, OF PEACH Whiskey.OIL chmgncommoo Whiskey to Virginia

rE arc prepared to furuirli riauV : LARGE lot John Moore'b Plows. No. 1 cud 2, barn-lied laminated steel and rtub twist guns, common i Doctor without delay an I am satisfied by experiencennd Call and examine. Peach Brady., Ac. Oil of Peach and Oil of Cognae
tnT tl Fortes of the l IlCl't shot pouches f'f various patterns, fiue and observation, that he i h the most skillful physic.au November 10, 1855. 45 |
very qa ltllt\. ,,1 landing: : from Mvstip.J and! fur ale by I guns i will convert common Whiskey to Apple Brandy.
upon th: most lit, rkl lei ins.Thev I McX AUGHT AORMOND.New I common powder flasks cleaning rods, Ely's caps and I in the Southern States, in the treatment of that horrible OIL OF GIN converts the poorest Whiskey to Hot-

are second to none iu any country ei bens Port Jan. 12,1856. 2 wads, wad cutters, and materials for gunsmiths. I ISih'cI' ducas-e-Cancer.WILLIAM II. MITCHELL : Manufactured Tobacco. j land Gin. Scheidnn Schnapps, Rose Gin, Swan Gin.

to qualiiy or price. --- -- ami Plated .Ware. SHALL receive some 400 Boxes various brands j, England Gin. dc.LACOUR'S

Every-:Instrument*ill warranted.. COt Liver OiL I Silver table, dcs<'rt and tea spoons silver forks, soup 1 M. E.J. MITCHELL.Daurjfilrr W. Brad JJomr, ; I Mullens" Manufactured Tobacco on consignment 1 CONCENTRATED ACID Trillin five
uf Ga.
MILES NASH & (if the oolebrated .Bran Jt, He I and cream ladles, butter pickle knives, p'.atedj Rome, Ga., October 25, 1854. way gallons good
February 2:. 1S:6. 8 ; FRCSII Clark d C('.A Ra1ol' j forks and spoons, waiters, castor, cake and fruit bas- Merchants will do well to bear this in mind and .it Vinegar and twenty-five gallons of water, to thirty

; For ale by LIVELY kets, electro plated tea sets and communion service, : will be sold lower than same quality can be laid downfor I gallons of the rocs acid Vinegar that can be found in
Qu..in.in.e"JU'STr : .A pril5, IfcSG. 14 J butter, sugar and cream dishes, chamber and parlorcandlesticks ,. c, B. D from usual markets, and on time to good I par I Ii the market By the use Lacour's Concentrated

.I ___________ __ 1! bait ct-lluis, boquet holders, card and ALL persons that are desifous of availing themselves i ties. DANIEL LADD. j cid, Vinegar tau be made for one dollar andaixty cents
ch' COO Dt-xccs StiIpli Qisini iu. GEORGIA A\D I'LORID.D .\, 1 flower baskets, and biittanoia ware.Miellaneons of DR. MOSELEY'R services will find him at I Newport. August 4, 1855. 31 j jExecutor's i per barrel.

Brand together with a great vati.-tv '. Articles. I bisINFIRMARY.BROADWAY.GRIFFlN.GEOR- FOR MAKING LIQUORS. Lneo r'. Oil's reqnra
c f Chel;':' AMES A LIVELY. I Notice. |
pnrc GIA.
no preparation-only pouring the Oil into the Wbsi
Aprils._ 1856.: 14. n. T. J. CUK LEE. Ladies u-ticules, sawhel, woik boxes, earl. Berlin I Patients boarded at ?1 per day or (-1C per month. : SIX months after date I will present my final ac- I and shake weiL The Liquids thus nude trill have.

Olive Oil. ----- :i I Practicing Dentist iron, and morocco port monaies and ,inlets pearl card eases, co- I FEES, in all eases, to be agreed upon before under 1 and vouchers to the Judge of Probates for I j fine natural aroma-a full, rich, oily taste-a beset
rill beads coral necklaces jet bracelet.
taken. No cane will be recvived into thin establishment Leon Gounty, and apply for a final discharge from I ful transparent color and a fine bead Lacour's Oil
., 4 SUPERIOR irtiele f'r Table! 111' Jn!t re ;i iJ i I X THOIS\'ILLE. GA., and I TICELLO necklaces and bosom pins, napkin rings hair and tooth ; unless it ia believed on examination, that it can I the office of Executor of W. O.Hylton. deceased. | exert three distinct properties in converting eeaaoom
X FLA. and their respective und : brubbes, hat revivers bhcll. buflalo, inJiu rubber nnd
ccived by AMES A LIVELY. I be cured or admit of n-lLf. All cases rejected willinvariably : WILK CALL, Ex'r. Whiskey to Brandy. Gm,Ac. The first property ec--
256. I adjaeent counties. He inserts any number <.f Artifiiial 'otcnd,!. china a'il i wak dolls razor strops snd I
April 14 j be charged 5, for examinmtiun and advice. Dec.22,1855. 516m bines with
and subsides in
Teeth, from ONE to a FULL on the latest L Its cigar cases, feather dusters pallor antI! I I _____ I II the form of Flocoleot particles -
fet inoiK-y AH letter entitle
--- --- *, to them to notice must enclose the whole
of the
-improved principle riving th ;D that autiful, lift;. !! d >>>r btlU! lioheiniin glahs and china vases arid bas I HIdes I Ii grain oil. (AmyIks Alcohol))
fr the
Flower Jars.A like : which Nature nearlv and, bottles a "stamp" payment of postage, and be directed The whiskey is thus deprived of that peculiar irritating .
approaches BO kets. terracotta "a"l'S jiitcheis perfume !
LARGE assortment f Flower to appearance detection the closest observer. i I and -ide to' W. !t. MOSELEY D, i, "V17ANTED in any quantity for which the highest I and burning taste, and becomes a neutral spirit f
t> Jars, variu Sijk. j. 1 challenge by i i jewel ca"'!!, centre EuspciiMun lamps, lamp I
Griffin, Georgia. T T market will be in cash tbe
.l U', Ju t received aud for rale bv Persons needing Dentil operations on their N ATUUAL i i shades, ihimnej and wicks, violins and bows I price paid or groceries. property copsUts in an ocly mudlagmou

AMES" LIVELY. Teeth and wis-h him to j>crform them, can byapplvingst.o !j banjos, tambourines, accordeons, clarionets, guitaril'l February 23, 1656. ] )-8 I BROOME i HEIR.Septemberl5,1855 taste imparted to the liquors, which renders it BieQov
.__ ___
____ ____ __ ___ ___ i 37 and of third
: have them done at the fine n i imparts an appearance great age; the
Aprils, HM. 4. : following prices i j i fit'os, guitar and violin strings, cologne _
: which will be founJ to MUCH lower than)hs* ever I perfumery, and a general asortment of Toys. Leon County Iron Works, { property is exhibited in tbe rich, vinous nutty odor

: Salt-Salt-Salt. : been offered in this section of country tfor", t<*wit :' I j Watt-he" and jew elry repaired promptly and in the :I TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. ; STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESS that is imparted to the Liquor, which renders distinction

SACKS of Salt f..r sale by For filling teeth with Gold Foil. $1 00, 50. *2 00 I Ii ; beet manner. r"MIIS Establishment is now ia full operation. All !. A T i'EWrORT. I from the Genuine Brands impossible.

20 0 HODGKISS, POOLE A CO. I INoember i und fc2 50, varying according to uize of cavity and I II | October 20. 18S5 42 JL orders will be attended to with promptness,and I f PHE undersigned still carries on the above business I mTheee Oils are pot apia quart bottles eaob
bottle contains sufficient Oil for
17. 1S55. 45* I aUlwlt material used; Extracting teeth, in OFFICE, -- --- -- ----- ---- -- all work done with neatness nod dispatch. I JL in all its branches. Buildings well calculated for making ZOO gailoassofliquor.

--- --- !I only 50 cents-out of(fcc. f 1 Notice AH kind of work, such as Steam Work, Mill Work, despatching wagons. D. LADD I bottles.Full and comprehensive directions accompany -
the Price (2 bottle.
His TRICE f..r a full upper or lower of teeth onPLATE. months'afterdate will Gin Gtarinc, Mill Circular Newport. September 2,1854. _. per
Notie. Saw 35
set Sugar
4 I I present our accounts, Machinery,
with CONTINUOUS GUMS is SIX t' One bottle of these Oils (five in number) w52
I ( necessary.) t&, to the Hon. Judge of Probate of Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers, Plough Castings, Brass .
Six i months aUy! the Cwt publication this notice only ?C per tooth, nnd / un-lerfcigueJ, n-izninifctrators of the estate of in tvery I i-,. V In Equity. charge any part country, upon
Jstn( Stephen Kersh late of said County deceased, and constantly on baud. All work done in such establishment -
Ixwii Braodi, deceased, will present their accounts Those desiring his services in any portion ({ the I ask to be discharged as Executors of said estate. will be done by us, with a particular regard to Mary McKarspcticie: ) Bill for Divorce. receipt of $I 10, to the address of

and voucLex to the JuJge of Probates of Leon Couuty above named counties, or any other section of countrycan JAMES GILL. | the strength and dm ability of the work. IT appearing to the satisfaction of the court by uf5 I P. LACOUR New. Orleans.

And oik to be tlikdiarjed fron their adl\Distration upon application by letter to either of the above WILLIAM BASSET, f Extra. Competent Workmen always in readiness to put I davit of D. P. Holland, soliciter for tbe complaiant i March 1,1856. 9-m
uid named Put Olflces otherwisereceive I up that the defendant resides the
S e ,or prompt ntteutun. Feb. 16, 1856. 7 Engines. &e. beyond junsdio
t.aJOSEPH BRANCH. ) I lion of the court, but within the slave of Florida. Advances on Sea Island Cotton.
Adm' -- - ------ Terms will be liberal, and all work done strictly for

4 AMES H. BRANCH, j} (1\ w---w- Circular & Upright Saws. cash, or accepted orders on some business firm in this It is ordered, that this cause be set for hearing upJD ADVNCES made on Sea Island Ot-

-i Dec. !9, 1655. 82,Cm IEIX&E1CJS : d t CO., and Welch A Griffeth Circular Saws place. Liberal prices paid for old Iron, Copper and ( the facts charged in the bill, on the first Monday LIBERAL to Charleston by D. LADD.
CoLa Macon, Georgia. HOE in September, 1856, unless the defendant hall
I' JtDGE 46, 48 and 52 inch sizes, on hand and for Brass. on or New Port, NOT. 3, 18U. 44
.5 Notice. Hoy. J. L. SEWAD' J sale by D. LADD All letters must be addressed (post paid) to before that day enter his appearance and demur, .
JIDGK LOVE.Tbomasi'iIle, Ga. .
plead, or answer to said bill It is further ordered,
New Port, Nov.3,1855. 44 J. M. SHINE Tallahassee Fh.
Q lX months atter date we will present cur account J. S. WIN N, ESQ, ) March II, l85-1. 10 that a copy of tbe above order be published in some For sale. .

U and voucher to the Hon. Judge of Probate of W. S. DLWORH. Esq, -- ------ newspaper, weekly. for three consecutive months pre. X\ SACE.SSALTinflntrteord.vbtJJ

Hamilton County for a final settlement of the estate C. G. FIFE Esq. Notice to Contractors. vious to said first Monday in September. Done and 8. 8. DJOJl't.September .

of DuriJ Moat late of said c uity, dccesedand ask Messrs J. BLT>D, }Monticello, Fla. OFFICE OF STATE ENCINEEE, BCEXAVISTA ) Most Approved Corn Mill In Use. passed at Chambers this 6th of May, 1856..J. 1 1855. S3

to discharged aa administrators. CoL E. E. BUClJl'B: OEANUE MILL P. On ST. JOHNS Rivr&.FuL, v 100 OF the most approved LANIER CORN WAYLES BAKER Judge. -

I. EDWIN F. WREDE. January 12, 1S5G. 2 AUGUST 20rn, 1855. l MILLS for sale by the Subscriber. These May 10,, 1856. 19 Garden .Seeds*.

.. ELIZABETH! MOAT, PROPOSALS will be received at this Mills have been for some time io use through this re A FRESH supply of fresh seed fro -n.1Ian'a.
v Administrator. SEALED the 20th of gion and lower part of Georgia, and give perfect satisfaction ._t-.t. landing Mistk and for sal* *
day August 1856, for constructing per
fs BOOKS BOOKS BOOKS with Per Wm. R. Pettis :1
Marcb I, 185C. ft-Cm a Canal, with its necessary appendages, ,grinding ease 40 bushels and the rise MCNAU'HT OR3IOD.

received .irom New York, the such as Lift Locks Guard Locks. Basins, .c., from in the day with less than the ordinary gin power applied FROM NEW ORLEANS. New Port JAD. 12, 1856.Pb.iii t

Town Property for Sale. following new Bob: "The Old Lake Harnoy on the St. Johns to Indian River, a distance to it. The maker furnishes a band toput it up; ,
t ." Mrs. Ann S. and every one warranted to give perfect satisfaction. CASHS, Sides and Shoulders.
l' by Stephens, thirteen miles, L4IOfeet ; authorized by the 20 ; .
.THE ondermgned offen at private sale, the fillow" "Fashion and Famine." The General Assembly, of the State of Florida at its session Call and examine them at D. LADD'S.April 75 Bbls. Extra Family Flour, t Petattes.

described property known as the Jravw Lots, tioble power, command of language of 1854-6, by Au Act entitled An Act to providefor 21, 1855. 16 100 Superfine 25 BBLS.now t.to.JiD" "

Tii{ Lots No.- J.; 55,27,80, 48. 140 141, 142, 143, despto.strong passion and dram and encourage a Liberal System of Internal Improvements 50 Rectified Whiskey dtr.and for 1. by ',_

144 *26.-*fl. W5 J3H.240. 241, 242. 243, 244. 245. atc fot VIgrU Fist a new novel under.the in this State. MILES NASH & CO. 25 Mess Pork McIcAUG3'TewPoetJin.12,185& C1UEOJr1)')

t 4e.t46,259, t52, Us. 254, 251. U7, 28. 268, all guise of no autobiographv. It is written with'grace Proposals "'iIl8PPlfy the amount for which the ?6" Prim. ,

.1.1t !-' '.10 the origtual plan of tbe city Tallabaoee. and beauty, sparkles with imagination and is sustain work will be done, the mode and manner in which Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. 5 ". Syrup,

-- .-ALSO- cd thronjjfiout by originality of thought and expression payment are to be made,,whether lands or moneys. received from New York per bark R. H. Gam- lo. Lard, .

LoU yoa 1,2fl. 4. 5. 6, 7, in S. CounJj: qr.A A Taverioo." fro tbe pen of Madam George or portions of each. Maps, Profiles and estimates ean JUST a general assortment of articles in our line, 5 Rice, DJI

1.10- Sand. "Row Clark, Fanny Fern's lat novel,toet be seen at this office and any information obtained by such as Oils of almost every kind, Burning Fluij 5 Hods. Sugar. COFFEE. Supr. rJd at ,

e with "Rut HaIL"1 .Fern Ue" and ad Vddresaiug the undersigned at Orange Mill Post Office White Lead, Zinc and other paints Window Glass of 5 Boxes Star Candle ;.& &,,'&* '
-Ida 4. It. 13. 15, 16,52,25, S9, 40. 48, 611 Beauties Clark the St. John's Itiver }Florida. For sale by R. J'D!
D FaD FerRe uphold reputation Proposal will also best quality, Putty. Brushes Potash. Soda, Sparkling! B. BERRY. -
'Ct 8octb'i Oonnty quarter.Tb : of fae nvUat It is be received for constructing a Rail Road over the Gelatin,London Mustard, FrenchBrandyvei-y( best April 1>. 1856. 16 New Pbrt. Ja,'11. 151 ..2ir :-
above deaenbed ,)
praperty formerly belonged intensely interesting nod < tbe same ground. F. L. DANCY for medicinal -
t Ateto.of purpose., Spices, IU
Pepper LemoaSyrup
toGov,Browo. For further iofurmatioa and ,
terms reader tra beginning to end.. .Abbt' Napoleon, State Engineer, State of Florida. mid,Quinine, Peruvian Bark. Fluid Extract BucLu Executor' Notice. *1
which-will t.liberal to ,
apply A.Perry Amaker, Esq -
embellished with steel
Attorney AfLav.Tallan&Mk complete with, the birUu engvins. beginning August SI, J856 35lyBlacksr&ithing.
Epor' hi trou Medicine'Wekeep\; non !but tht best ted voucher *to'tba Hem .
CHARLES P. MASKING. the Consulate, and Banishment' very Judge of PnfctU for #'W.Sti
to merit
t ; U DtillOt4eY, property hrfll 'U fat rmL and related with great strength,and the Lop your patronage. the said County of Qadsdea, final settlement' and
.*, A.p feRBY AMAKER. tup MILES NASH CO. apply to&i discharged,from the Oscar -
.' style dhjr aeS jAippncau writer. ?Subscribers TftutersignVd have formed March 29, 1858. is .deceased.A exeeotoohip : *' *
Fur/aw .
Febrnar,11185'tt. haiWf S l*J
Harper*Clagaxin iie. TheearbegIuiiJaniiazywithDicken. iBmII for the
co-partnership .
t fhclte. I pur. qJfD L.J AFlLL W
", 1W
[ of the Blacksmithing ,
carrying po ,. A 1: 18$8': .ok :
Apply t McDOUGALL & HOBBY. ., BusJnei in all it*rations branches. Partwalar N0cr :l .a\\' '.- ;. Ueni, k < .
'r.J tat. l'i February I. 18M. ,, attention 'to and IS hereby shall I >
aAer"t'l.Jsan 1 .t' if-girco. Carriage Spring Work giTon that ws make application,six I
SYiog4irsA* ,thi BCflbJ present my arcountity :, aud. to laying(Axles of all, kinds; of Vehicles. The .- J-nu, tbaafer'Hale; to"tfce' :.Ho* Frobato Court of'' ... ministrator1* N t1te0T.t -

: ; for fi.a..u1 sIge & teot7.rki < Wanted hop U convenient! io the. urf1,Stabt. of P. B.'Broluw Htnriitoir Uottoiyj'to oe dicmUsed.froBTtV7 ;dminittratioo i -: that the---a m t*$
a __ Wantejl J
Wiltra- J) Uatioo iven'to of the Estate of Jam *' ci -
; tdf ?' aoditpecyrl a & 8.floaa'Jaiti. of Hsmit l.\ .iW'j' -
tor on tb.estaU IVanii Don fnity.ifLita'.of aid rT\ purchase CO likely NEGRO MEN, from I 18 to Firming implement bfevefy; descriptwo duos to or too Connty; and fw'.. ;
aSfjy -
Croat r. deoe&ied, and ask to be d sclisr td from raid .1. of fw; which tbe io AMOS dfeb&rf* 1
:. J5 rears age, highest price 1 der. P. B. BROKAW CHE3HIRB. AdnH'r.T tioa *f-T -VtfTilhm -!ttw oA'wmfitflfjH ii 1tL

4 a4itrti'n.. JAMES W. GELUELLib j Cub will be nakl. AprJy to 8. '8. KNIGHT. 'I IL B. FTTT8.Jan. ., ELIZABETH ORF3HIRE .A m'Jr. nICK 8IITj* ''Alfmt': 11.C *MWT*

Fib. Uarrli 12,1MB. 12 1- 12, 1854. My Feb. '. 1814._ I l )fay *.UIS. It +-tite1, <

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