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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 14, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY JAMES I S.: JONES TALLAHASSEE, FLA., JUNE 14, 1856. VOL.YIIT--NO. 24.




The Ifloridian & Journal MILES HH$ From Bunion's Thirty Years' View. to published i 'in their action ; and that there was less injury or perhaps some last wishes respecting his crosa his coat being half blaclc! ami half

IB published every SATURDAY, by in a few days by the Applctons. to the country from the honest mistakes I family. The excelleht Slazy, physican to white. He was coni'enlnetl io hard Uboc

JAMES S. JONES, Ewrou & PROPRIETOU, I4EALER IN Death of Silas tt'rfclit. of the people, than from the interested schemes the prisons, was some years since constantly! for life. Those destined for tho mines arn

DRUGS PAlXTS : of corrupt tin I intriguing politicians. He present on these occasions, and was one of shut o'jt even from the light of heaven ; they

At THB.EI. DOLULS.S per annunf, in ad ance. He died suddenly at tin* ng of fifty two- was born fn Massachusetts, came fo man's the warmest philanthropists ever known.i .- not only lostvrank and riche but, hy..i reflnemeiii -,
and without the
TEEMS Ol' ADVERTISING.tqoare MEDICINES, 5J OILS frc."V7"OULD which usually sufferings the and mortal premonitions transit < estate in New York, received from that'State ;i his exertions on behalf those urihappy j of- cruelty, are deprived! even of J

accompany : the only honors ho would accept; and in 1 convicts were inces ant ; his labors evidently tliir: name, and a number given them instead

bn .. of 12 line, f>r less first insertion *l 00 inform their friends and the public that from time to vtt'rnitA letter that he was ch'-oring his pla-.e: of residence in it cavcpron' thrve of a love that rnadi- him deem no by whic'i th! 9 driver of each bam I cal.'j wrj>n t-
rach sulisequt-it 60 T T tby Inve on baud f. good aspoitrnent cf pncharticles rending was fwn to fall I'mni his hand ; a '
of hi ni.i.v'-t, rcliri:) unpretending: rncrifict1 of ti'ru* or comfmt too HeI he Ji.i1? n.-ed' tn ad res? them. [Kxcinnge.:
great.
1YI.i I-jin CjrJf in-oiled
sail F* at $10 per ns are goiK-iJil1yi'p}>t ill tl.eir lino of hu Iiunnd \. j.hvficiaii! \vn<> called hud in t two hours hov.s .
4
nature fateaof:! L following! his ( -S ----- :;----------------- 1;?.
annum. will be recciriuir le ularlv fresh *uppi.] Their \ (ieail- tin! prwVsMonin I wris a lorrnrin, from: Cologne, and r.s keen n
i apoplexy : cause. From tiV Mihraukid Svntintl. j
Advert semen's not niaiirJvitii the number : teitna shall be irn<..mnbibscr '. tho comis'firi.tl or political capit.-il: of his 1 !Ionian: Catholi" as that zt-alom cirv cvvrj '

in'ertInfl xriil be rintiUJ uirtil f.Mbid. end cbardbcerdingv. -: Apiil .Mil 1S13- 1 j.EDWARi j. Though di.ig l ( at thsrge deemed! you) !):: inp. state, whfie thorc v.-ouj-l bo demand and revar.J j!i s'it forth} ; and i it wo.dil b2 v.-t-ll for mankind, United Slates:; Soldiers Eatin: :: their Own
: sts-.tetman, IIP hail attained all that Jong: life .
for i.is Uile.it, lie J-onslituted iiinsiIfaNi'la : if half th" vIFI(1 only possessed as much of (Companions;
t: <-riiftCa>s of publiculion of ifal or estate ) M. 'VIST. could give----high ollioe, national: f-un, fi\od
twtj( V.1! Z'1. bi' g\tfti uulil the ndvoitislnf; Ire i* character: and( j tUIiVrS'L1( esteem. I Hi? !iail
Attorney and Counsellor! at Law, the eauvr of honors in the .Stit; of New inTtimciousU refused t;> change; J eithT. In 1 lint' ro i i. letter received in this cily by the editor oft! .

= S.-- : -___ a.i outbid? i-oiinty, on tho e\treihe bolder of Spauovv's Hiil-for <*n is the place n-m'od, Military Arjjus : ,:
\oiu i
--been and Senator in
TALLAHASSE: TALLAHAhSEr.. rLOIUDA.April Uepre.-ent.ilive ti! ?, Stat: taking! its name o} St. Lawrence, from which the doomed band depart; -is"it- KOST I'IUCKC. .N. T. March 13. lS3( ,
Congress----had refused IiI(pI C.:i rid IIigI! '-, I than
_..: o, lsr-0. _14_ _ ho ever accepted [fie re'uscd Cabinet fi .o th-< liver which wts-hed its noithrrni } 1 nated at some litanco from the city: and i is i .V mo.it iidrribTj s.Tfii; happened Jxttrfen

[ :i->- I -i K and tlividing the United St.i'es t fini not a p istm, as might be imagined, but con-' here and Sioux City in December last, which! !
lElttALfi AuAbislfti.Rev. w : cx pointments under his fast 1 fiieiul! Martin Van j I (
Hriihif.! Ameiica( -and in one of the. smallest sits of: a mrnbcr of log-huts, united by a almost loo hideous fo relate. Three sol f
1 LIST JECEIVED-) flu;et:, and under Mr. I'olk, whom he l'e
iiav towns of that and in ono of the least wooden diidiil diers named Wicker and Cornell
tt McCanloHi
TV. H*. ('hildcrsA.M., Principal, Irving's Lit of Wavbin ton.Ca.lhouus hTJch: } ol the Federal, Supreme Court he ambitious houses of that modest town, lived into: two or
airs. H. II. Brown TeaOiicr of Music. Ciin;>li-Te Wfirk'. ths ; rojcefed and died tiii-> patriot statesman!,---a g.>od hav: guarded by st-Jttirie's. In the first cf those. Dragoons About the Lit of December, and

Hanoroft's & Ililihf! tbV UritpJ f5tat:<>->. instantly nomination! of I 1831 I for i band I (he hH; no children)-a good nekrhlnra ?, ) sex s r.re t to b seen rriinilitig India. ted'down the river. Ot; their way tlier
Alone-Tl-p Hidden Pnih.McDOUGALL. Vice President of the! Urt.'d:| State: t ?, when
kind I relative-a fast fiitjid-exact t and | ciiminately, atitl nil dirsscd alike in long Ins-1 ovtrtu-'k !four persons from thi* place, who
t-J? UEFF.il In Hoi. M. A. I.' i Pr. 't. Hon; J i ofI A IIOIJBV.A the nomination was t! e ci-ction.! tie refused '
>. C. \91''n.! K c-. Geti. R. A. SKiiif. Dr. pul 12. IN": >{!. 1.1 to lie put in nomination) : : fur the I'reMdenc '. punctual' : in every dntv, and the exemplification g uttcoat?, mad"-of a Kind of gray tIoti! : the were p/oceecling; ia: the same* direction, and .

M1e' ;-ihh, IItii. T. \V. Trvs"nl.? Gov.J. K. Brnm. Just Received He refused to aeciM't' foreign minions.Ii ( } of eve; v social :and civic \irUi". or.lv: I distinguishing, mark \i. that the men as fcdf-preservaiiori a :ggested tilt idea of

3The Vci e'< of the Asa.lemy vil1 e.nienVT I I ---S-S have: tlieir heads: shaved, whilst! the women strength in nu-TiFierJ, thi-y were mutually agreed -
e .tprnt that! time in declining office which
( ) Momliv, ti. 7th! i -1 rr SACiiED riAiii'. Tfoa Law of Tornadoes rrt.-iiu their long hair-a privilege: also grnnte" to travel! ii cornanv. Up to this tune,
prii- ; U SI 1OU! <;.\LL ,t HOIIBV.l2 ; others did in winning i it t ; and of those! lie did -
Tiie | :.! to the: tnen :is re :nrd their lie-trils : which and! for ?om* ten or twelvo ffays after their
1% IMil !S.n.; 13FLOYL i accept, it might welt be( paid i they were i tornado which pas-ed over this city ;
DR. N. GATI McDONALP.MJNTICELL ''' 'j decoration! is-the j-riJ*' and; deligiit both of junction, the father !b.ul lieca rcniarkahly
i /7/ri/-. nji.-n: !IIIl. (Ofiiee. nr t grratnrt-. 'I on Saturday week has attracted pnMie! at-
I the mcrciiant cln.-ss auJ ia.titrv." Tlicvin mild and ieSSi't A fVvv after how
) & MOLL,AND, tention ; ; tlayi ,
: was tiru! >t UIDI!$ : him. 1 ; \\-K bnr.i gi oat. i anew to the cause. The yenorally
() I .t.
1 i :; It-d tlience! i.ito ae'*!>ii.l COW t, v.h-re ever, licrfvy siiows, accompanied with infensn
Attorneys at Law. above office nnd tuiwi'lingly de.-cend ii to it received opinion) ( is tiat: tliry originated re- !I
TILTS Attca i Wia iiluih care, &:'l cose eu- ; cold in which
thtir also their crimo set continued
with
n.-mci art regis'e-ed, as but little
,I oid\' touk j it for 1 moldy ill an ovcr-heited, surface of the! di. V.
\ \ trsstcd Li.a. T tand it=; hmdi-n :and t'i satisfy eai ,
to practice in the Cnc-iit Ci'irt= of Jlid f> t
:
I I intermission for
antl hitorr. Here th''v Uak' t tiitir
\TILT. thirty
i ( petitions: or forty days, during
Office a-lj'0nn! that of Cul. I>ilvr.rll: ;. f \\\>$t FI.-iMi.j nnd in ti'! < Sjprem Ouit"f an important) puhiii: demand.; ..i md, rnarners I producing an asceruiinc! : current and a rush \

1Lr(b 22IS. 1-iv ( the State. Alw) in 1 ll'-: Ui-tiio: ft! urt of th > Ui i moral, ti-mju-r, haliite, united in him to of ;air inwards: to supply the vacuum ; and i il onu! Eo'ltUi'ig: leave to travel by the sid" of which time but little progress \ras made. At

5- ted Statc in tl.rin the character! tiiUa pcrfei't. hotii i i l>;'ujrim tidy/ i. iii.' iiifcting; of (t'vo a'cii inlushing |; a brother a fellow exile-a poor consolation. length their scant/ stock cf prdvsioh: gavo

WILI4LIM P.SLUSSER IL .T. I'LOVJ). Otil.-.- Aj ihrl.icf.U. T.i. winds th.-it.! : ff being togoth-r! in diegrace ; but the out, and starvation seemed Inevitable, forthey
in
public and pi5vtt: <- life, amt to give him the ; icsuiling n gyratory movenx'tit j '
1). P. IIOLLAXI, O'liots! Quin.-y. FKDec. i b.'uti is nailed witli! the at least two hundred
grated, greatest were miles in & direct
similar to that of.a v.hiilwind l in the
22, IS. .',. 51 example: o'a |);ifiii)' citizen -of a lairnerftatesmin |
11z24E3$3oO, 1I.MANrr.tc I r. A woman will also sometimes petition line from the nearest settlement.
Another theorv however is held J'e'
-of uhieh wo have rc.-iii in Cincinnafu water. ( by j

rcflr.R OF Corrta.TiN .VNI> i>mErIno IR.) MILES H. NASH Cato, and C'-n i.i Ir. Maron( ai'd I j.onir> m-leorologists, especially) by n I.Uo: j ji | to af.'comp.inj her hiiiband ; but only in rare For six days, without particle of food,

> ViAitn, %'JI.sU.r .vxn RETAIL C<*-FU.S ais rr.oFEfisio.vAi. scnvicFh 10 iiu: cyi7j.OF ome others of t'ieir' stamp-created bv na- i write*. T. H. Butler, who has devoted much c.tses is tiiis p.-rmitted. AcdorJing! to the i they continued their course down the river, r

DCILEU iv PLAIN, locvM> J.vp.\N>Kn : TAI InA aEK AM' riVUEl rMUNr.CMVXTR V. tine-.-formed; : in no fhool ; and; ofihioh! '} :- i attention to the subject. laws of Rus-i.-i., the ninny marry again, for i but made very little progress towards their **, ,

WARU. 5--- _S__ __ stance? arc so rare and 1 bet\\ei. I Mr. Cutler is a believer in tho agency of banishment of the Ivsband cancels marrir ge- destination. Under thfsi* accumulated sufferings
mg
Mov? Dr. J. Xa>biintnedLtly ca-tof the His mind! was clear IIP.-5f! -fng. hijudg- [L mngneiism) as the cause of hurricanes, monsMuns. bonds: r.s completely as death ; but if her | the soldier Cornell died, and the others *4

,.- \ SPLEVDII) 50it'ncnt Cooking. Farlcr OFFICEiih( tnt :tt sulid, 1iis ( ignition smoot'i$ nnd ( (JI1thIt! t rnados< aid: ail other tempests. pra\er \1'* granted, goverrnu-nt [piys her exPCIFC to appease their hunger, cut up his body

0 jTV an-1 Wood Stovi >. tiimmwil with r-c-itiiv's Jfav: 19) 1S. -e- lijs crinak-ipg alwaldpsicd t-> t tii'!] under.Tiding |j I His;i rhief f reliance is on the: f-ilsity of the i : and she!; ase'rit t'io convict dress, and eat his flesh. The following night ono

4 i_* an-l at iuiiv.vj price not tiiv f- tiers of the civilians died and his
durability i litut that winds hl..v though body was disposed '
'id al to-
i. 2. M. ;tWflAIn'oN. TLtTriIEL ZiIT.IEI1ICIIAIIOY :: vty enchaiiting. the attei-i :, popular invariably! |
Out I) Wotk.Tlooac ( The children of convicts after five of in like On
ir r years manner. the succeeding
& WiIiTAKET I lion of ttio-o \\'io' in mind to understand. wards a heated surface, a notion contradicteil : -

OniaMcntil Frnl IIsJ .
atul Tin 'niiictin l'ipo Siu-et J T.iad.! ii. ft Receiving and Forwarding Merchants Argiimenta-J! tinva:5o'n: propric-tors in fie Territory are the [party was discovered chortly after, the .'.
tion others that of the S.V.. '.viii.l off the
ET*, LA! Tip*.*. Patent CUt cm Tumps. SIu wk ( was always! thi! line of his; spivch.( fie by '
I tli-j western c'rLt t of Africa, wiiicli! blows !not: di-j-'Jsed to relax, as thj b' y?, at least, living werfl spared the necessity of making .
of erf-rv variety ;o I to head, not tio! pa- 'ions ; :ai.d front .

: sLnd Country lcrc1iuit :; i\v r-onr. FI.A. } wouid a\i liti-i: ci-C! (>'ie-"iio.l: I to >> *> ;(m\hodv in-teacl: of (lovtirIs the dnt I: of 1 Sahara, the i sor-c mtrnati-Iv. so tar as to I turm-li tile conscription < rny farther meals upon the. dead bodies of ,

Are rMpwtfull* invit J In gv.: iic n call hefote pin- Aujru'.t; 4iif! 1S5. si ; lariyhor! :; ciyat nnytiiing! hcsaid. His thoiighti t hottest region on the lnhc. 1 In default! of for tie army. tlicir: comptnions. .

chafing: tlscwjimJ -. : evolved' spontaneously, ;in nati-d t:; I and the vacuum: origin, he suggests that of niagj j The examinatio i [past, the exiles are led They wero found by a part of MajorHowe's
proju-r
N. IJ. Ail; article m.-inuTnotijoil from the vcrv || DR. R. \ GARDNER, o'ier, clothe J in languag": of fore" and clearness netic currents, a plausible theory, though J to a third court, where tVtters are juiced upon command, and when first diseoverrd '<.

he liaatcml anti wnnaiueil durable.! No 'ii.r rtjIe OFFERS jirofeseior.fil f-tr\ice to the citizens ; all so natura'ly and cleaily conceived sufficient data, peihaps are vet wanting to the whole band. This is a most cruel : they were regaling themselves upon the arm*

1 will be offcrwl for salt.-. ? aid 1 'hurroundiuj country. OlTic<> establish! its truth. circumstances and brutal alTiir.; The felters: consist of a j and legs of.tieir!, unfortnnnte companions.
that h conclusively Many -
Oct..bor20. 1SP5. 42 removed to the residence of Mr. John K. ituatian an extemporaneous Fpoe or the first .
Crump. of iron for cac"n The survivors
couple heavy : rings, 0:10: ankle were Liken to Major Howe's
formerly occupied: by the late Dr. Jacob Eliot. draft of an intricate repo t, had all the corrcctnces | however, point to magnetism n Co-Partnership Notice. I! February 10, 1856 7 of a finislifd composition. His man 1 the true causes of tornados, at least. j united by a chain, not adapted to the i camp, and under proper care and attention .

Mr. IJutler forward several of these size of the poron anti his length of stride, ( have all recovered.
r 'his entered ir.to usciipt had no blots-.1 proof tint his mind brings j
un1erad"i hivt - :
A. PERRY AMAKER hut of one tinraryhig lengtht, about two feet. --
for of which verified
part4icrsihip in tbWHOLESALE I had none ; and he wrot-a neat, example, sortie were < (
compact t
i | last No. wind is felt outside This i H eomiecte-l, by tneatn cf lirrks from \ From Cincinnati. [
a RETAIL TTMV TTALLAhASSEE hand, suitable to a clear and solid mind. j jHe Saturday. ever i ij V*
four to tire inches wit'i another chain Asin.-vr.Tox, June 2. ?
long I -Despatchen
: came into the Senate, in the beginning j j of the track of the tornado; which would be eceiVed -
1E. octindtr- FLA. fastened around the waist. The around here from Cincinnati Boo-
ropes represeat
of Jlc'neral Jackson's IIniIictration and i the case if the tornado was the result of two j
the name and stle cf 21 1863. 20 *> remained hanan In the
May 1 the anklos are not fastened hy a padlock a-t ascendant.
,
i winds and The '
;, during that of Mr. Van Boron ; and i iI opposing meeting gyrating. j

AMES&LJVELY.TIIIY P. B. BKOKAW'S. I took a ready and active part in all th great !! track is ulvvajs distinctly tnaiked going j ji so as to bo removed at night, but are j jliveted cz- The wife of General Lnue, who figures -
the executioner who drives
1 debates of thd-e eventful limes. The ablest 'i through a forest, for instance, like a path of ( by an so extensively in Kansas, has obtained

will be jilca l tn ie* their friends U1TK8Y AMD{ SUE STABIES1TALLAHASSEE I speakers of the opposition always had to an- i reapers through a field of wheat. Fences, and iron careless bolt tin oigh: tho ridges, he and often by mi.ses strong, a divorce from hi-n, it ia stated in Indian*.

nn-1 patrons at til*" old *tntid"f D. II Ames. | FLORIDA. I Rwer him ; and when he answered them, they trees and other things, which fall before a Irunmeringfor: FROM KVXSAS.
flesh Ex-Gor. Reeder
-
the mark strike the flattens the Conspirator
Out a
E wbcrt> they sill keen a fall and general ; showed jjy their! anxious concern, that the tornado, are seen to shoot up intO tile air.i .-
ussorLaer.iof Artielos appertaiuincto their i Where resist its violence the doors bolt at both o.ds: in such a waj* that removal -Emigrants Returning. Si. Lovis,
buildings ,
i 'THE would in- adversary was them whoso force !
i.e of bj tnc _. J>. IT. A Mrs.iL ii wP JL Proprietor upon they burst the leeward ends is impossible except by m'airs of the file : j Mo., May 51, 183(;. Col. Eldredge has arrived
form liia friends and the dreaded most. Though taking his full i ii open on side gable
LIVELY. public, that be has rebuilt his_ _ all part i fall out and roofs are tdrii off oti the same and with these chains, the poor, weary foot- in this city from Lawrence, K. T.? tn
finance
January i subjects, was his !
1 upon yet
1.1S5C. large Brick Stables, at the old stand, and is now ular chairman partic- side, while the windward side of the building SOlO wretches, are to walk every step of a j route, for the Eas!; to demand damages of
accommodate his friends and department, always of that the Government, for the destruction
to customers.
; prepared journey wh'ub takes them only a few days j of
in the late tornado prrp. ;
1 is thus trees
Notice. uninjured :
j| He also has attached to hi* Stables, a good Black- committee, when his patty was in power, short of six months. Meanwhile a j arty in Lawrence.
cnths after Jatc the iniierigneJ i ,adrninistra- raith Shop where be will hare have done all kind of and by the lucidity cf his statements making and fences were prostrated on the leeward sergeant Gouernoc Reeder
SIZV. stands! who for their securi- down tlie
t
the estate c-f Violet 1Lin-i deceased, laic Plantation work, IIore shoeing, and Carriage work in plain the most intricate moneyed details. He side of houses, which one would think rnos1 by, must answer escaped
I
cf Leon County will present his Qua! nccounta and I'I the very l>et manner nnd with promptnt-m nnd disKoveml had a. just conception of tha! diiTc-rcnco! bo- protected,. and not on the exposed windward ty with his own life, as ho takes charge of j Mississippi River as deck-handi on board n

roMchers to the Ju ij of Probate f'.r aM County and pateh. ; side. Clothing i h often swept oitt of house, i them during, their pilgrimage, and he sees j steamer, landed at St. Charles passed into t
tween the functions of the Finance Commit-
ak to b* discharged. IL. A. SHINE, AdmV. j r Z, loJiS. 44 them properly secured and fastened together i iin Illinois and thus reached Chicago. HU
i tee of the Senate and the Committee of through open) windows, chimneys, or holes in 5
December, 1855. f.2-6m : Ways trunks left at Atchison r
fours by the wii.-ts. At the head of the J are and it is said that
and! Means of the House little understood the roof, without any opening being made
=
and Harness o
j Carriages, Buggies, they contained letters from
MEDICALNOTICE. line stands a little table, covered with parties in tlm
for the air to blow in. is often copper
Vegetation
in these latter times those of the latter foun-
For P. B Brokaw. i ; j East, him in
Sale
by coins, from which every man receives in advance ] involving a conspracy against
scorched in the track of tornado result
i dcd in the prerogative of the House to a a |
DRS. GAMBLE & BETTON Subscriber has -just received n oiigi-' j unless the i a certain part of his daily allowance ; t e Government. ,
'JHE certainly inexplicable through
of CarrxeBuggies | nate all revenue bills ; those of tho former to > Kansas
large supply *, Many have
for his
government giving each maintainanco emigrants arrived I In
Professional Services to the Pub- of These and other 1 1i
which offers act the from tho House agency magnetism. ,
OFPteRUierr and Harness he upon propositions this their
I foity-cight kopeck's-a fraction less than city on way East. .
the Store of Memre.llodgViss. j
( oppcnite | for sale on the most reasonable tenn. without originating measures whicli might i facts, induce Mr. Butler tn believe that a continuous |

.Scott & Ptv.lc. N'overrAier 19, 1B54. 4t1A.L.FISHER affect the revenue, BO as to coerce either its stream qf electricity exists, during five-pence: a da}'-ami to each} woman permitted i COST OF Tftfc 1frm>-'The Ldnddri time?
5, ISoo. 1ZLICHAtlD
January
'. increase or prevent its reduction.! : In 1811 I tornados, from the earth to the cloud ; that } to accompany her husband half that i iturn. estimates the cost of tho late war to Great :

T. nrSCHETT. CiIACLES W. I tWVI>G ATTORNEY-AT-LAW., 1 hf left the Senate, to stand f.r t'-e' povrrnrrof 1 this stream collects fion: :he northerly; ads t : This ceremony over, the gates are 'j Erit.-iin at not much tinder one hundred' millions

--S- IcTT New Yuri md did hh svlfng utieI lv sUi. 0:1: tho magnetic pieriilrm: in i thrown op-Mi, and the wtM.I ceases to exist pounds sterling. Immense as th's is.
B ;
& DOWNING, silil) ; ; ncvr-r -
T \M.Hsrr, fr. \.. for tht'in. It is! surprising tt> witness: the i the
of
1 current witli which moot in expenditure! Great Uritiin in
nn-Iur two ( ? ;: pulaiity, the ciosig -
tri il.
lTTOa\'ETS IT LAW i AGSXTS FOR SLlliSo. SL.l teiipr: o a stronger: .
TTLL ict'ee: i" t1.! f 'iifs fr'-e.' iti-Jlo; D.' $. tin ir tho cairn: bearing: tar sal b-it resigned looks of [ of the
pr : centre. yeir Napoleonic; war excerdod it
or'nbmit pr.e.-age; up
: t'fl sciin-f%. 1 He l lihcd: j
% 299, Scvenh '! 1r c 1 tri't.nn-l in Tn rias ('" :ny, (I.t. grrater that nv I.-rrclr ly r.3 e-il'i-ig.\! Hope is now i .
1 1I It i i-j ce itinly{ curious: that tic: force of very grzt
he Serrate ho disliked tie!
V.-ASIIINOTO! :; CITY. J Oilie-j in iJi. C<,ipilot!, 2l I ftiv, immediHtely : ; goveinnishipeven shoot dead and i-i its pLdJ a dim, vague g'tramer'
the of the (1.! k of the) Conrf. I to absolute Hut it said to more wrid should ) a tiMise upwards, as j
over room "r h'rpremc L roj.ugiiar.ee.: V..T; j GrrrEztjze.-Jn digging nvfll at Munbi
; L efor the dutto Claim 1 1 I appears in the diitmcc ol li.'e, to which ttie '
practice rn if from tho cellar, when tiio could notpossibly }
WII g.-ilo
July 21.4555. 2'JlyI him and tll'l I Idiiud ar.d afterwards '
c1aitn efoc nd l i I ( truly, as : wth recently, the worktntrt diacovsred lar
the
rsr.e Octnjji fs at into the ceiiar fn lot ;, perhaps m-jra a dreamy curiosity a fr
sullic.'ent volume
*ral Dopnrtrncita. : p.ovfd) thai I the Stato would be lot get than with active of fragnirut of a printing-press the mi.?
BAItNARI I \ [J ) T t any : feeling terror or dis- bearing
r ft certain that if .
is .
i as magnetic j
curicnta -
July- 2S. 1653.R. :D O j to Mr. Poilc! i.Miless: M r. \Vright, was :ie-ocia-: pair. tids of Guttenljurg, and the date 1441, in
I irt.* supposed, the difficulty( at once: vanishcp. -
WILL V'OTZIr TIC : ted with him in tho canvas'and; to this argument j Roman characters. '
H. BERRYAuctioneer ; he yielded lie .triotl l tho canvis: Electricity could produce the sudden 1 'I he .tes throw.i; open, the exiles are

and Commission i DRUG a MEDICINE BU.SINESS, for the governorship-carried. it-and Mr. i; vacuum, the currents of air, and all the other"! handed over to a strong guard, employed exclusively A QUARREL IMPEXDIXG. distinguished J.

r AT THE OLD STAND, SIGV 3i Polk with bin ; au'I caved the presidential I phenomena ; and a mere expansion of atmo j on this duty, and each soldier bads gentlemen, whoso nose and chin were both J.i

MERCHANT. !lection that I .phere, caused: by a hot sun, could! not.- i his gun in thir presence ; there is also a very long, and who had lost his teeth, wherd

TALL1UA'.t r, Fla, Scj't. 29, I8.WI. SO i ycnr. mounted -cort, w.ith! th commander by the and chin
Tlin MORTV7! Judgment was the ciiaracler: of Mr. V Tii, i ts It is a No Ilot4 ions that tornados are always j spears ? nose wero brought near together
i Or
: TzLaxa: fcSfg mind ; puiity the quality of his heir Timugii! j attended, li\e! that of Saturday! with great | of which carries a long whip, to lash thocav.ihvitu1 was told-' I am afraid your nose

electrical disturbances.: t tTo into order ; and they nuve on, thomiles and chin will fight ero long, they 'approach}
Wholesale and Retail Druggist, valuable in,:tlhi- lii-ld of dcbat, ho was still
j Confer of Clint>in and Monroe Htiotft", Talhihnf tP. j valued, at tho council tabK where sense etibli: whether tie: tnngr.clb theory firs't then the carts and, lastly, the femnl's. each other very menacingly." I am afraid

Niwr RT, } LmLtDa. January 19. 185< S j and more honesty are most demanded General is right or wrong, meleoiologUts should examine | 'I'i): : (Jay's journey is from 2'2 ID r-f it myself for .1 great many words har I

OUDCRSfryni Hivsi'-uns$ care. an.I! Iloi.ters put up JOHN W. EVANS, | Jackson and Mr. Van IJnrcn relied nn him r.s it thrrougLIy. and impartially, should i 23 veots (Iron It M-3 to Hi 2'-3 miles Enrr- passed between them already," replied the

carefully collect facts, and should lill.) Persona cl rank arc not treated other- I gentleman.:
AT LAW as carefully I
ATTORNEY
_FVbruary, 2. 1S3S. ft one oftluir safest COUI.S; Hors. A candor [
j. I make; their induction?. Mr. I5utler w isd tii).in the! lowest sc-rf, noblemen being *
UAIXI151I1)012, CEo which knew no: gnikaiit.tegrity; wl.icn I TEXXESSEE.
LONG&GLUILtITH, prve prompt attention to nil business eu knew no deviation}-wlticli worked light on, {I makes out a stro-.ig case, prima facie, as lawyers compelled to march the dreary jonrnev A democratic

ArrouNir s AT LV.V, T.vr.LiHA&sni, FL.t.I" WILL to his rare, in the Counties of Thomas wi.ich I would say, but he may be in error after t foot, a-iil as lira.ily chained as the vilest fet convention was recently
rncil law of
A. LONG
theniSL-lr ia tho practice*>f Law. They February 17, 1S55. 7 tf j it was unconscious-were the inexorable conditions Dollar AViTiV u/vrv 2:3//i: tilt.TIi2 I teil mote harshly thai; even the r.jostfcro- I purpose of selecting a presidential elector.

t-ill attend the! G urta in the iliddle Circuit, the Supreme of Li* natme, ruling his conduct in ciou ? criminals ; and although, c'uring' tha Samuel Towel, esq. of Hawkins county, wa

ConrU and the Distiict Courts of the United Just; Received. i iT every act, pnMic! and private. No fl::1 legislation Exiles of Siberia cor.tist t with Poland, there havo been unanimously chosen. In the report oftb*
State* &t TalUnasaee. and Currant Prune, from him. The may
EMOX3, Guava Jeliies j ever emanated jobber, proceedings'of (ho convention, as published-

Office oppocite tho Court Th.m.e.Ockber JL/ Pears, Sardine. Pickled Oyster", Brandy IVai-h the speculator, the dealer in false: claims, .1Iio: Whilst Russia and the Russians are the exaggerated accounts published in England in the Nashville Union, it h sfaTed. that Gen-
2S. 1S1. ly Cs, Preserved Lemons, Oranges, Pine Apples and (Jin- j in all circles few as to the numbers banished, there is not the
plunderer, whose scheme rerjuinul an act of prevailing topics a gather oral Thomas D.
ger. Green Gage Marmalade: Lemon Syrup. Hasp- j slightest doubt as to the cruelty exercised on Arnold, an oloMioe whig,
ed remarks those victims of Russian
S. S. KNIGHT berry do, Strawberry. Pine Apple do., and fiinr | Congress ; all thcsu found in his vigilance upon all who wero so. During their short rest at and formerly a distinguished member of Congress

'd<>., *Raspberry Vinegar. Fresh Salmon, LoUter Haddock and perspicacity n detective police, which} policy, the poor exiles, may: not be deemed linked being loudly called for by the conven
like
Moscow they were togethei felons -
AUCTIONEERS COMMISSION MERCHANT Halibut and blind. Assorted Pickles, Scotch discovered their designs, and in his integrity inappropriate ; and as the laws of the empire tion, appeared upon the stand and in mot
a
: treated their jailors like brutes. The ,
Ale and Porter. that nil' those condemned in whatever } ; by
,

TAi.i.AnA"sr.nt FLORIHA. a scorn of corruption which kept them at a require happy address entertained the contention fcra

September 1,1865, 05 3OOOO Havana AMES Cigars.A LIVELY. distance from tho purily of his atmosphere. part of the country they may have received Times,of many facts years which ago have, gave been rj. touching since con.account considerable time. He announced the fact

January 5, 186. 1 His temper was g'ntle-his manner simple sentence, should pass through Moscow firmed. One I undred and! fifty Lithuanian that lie was an old-line whig, and, ttrangoto
WILLIAM SCOTT their to Siberia the traveler, who
laborious ,
-his intercourse kindly-his habits on way tell his
was without .
party
now
nobles mentioned organisa ..
were as having been met
LITE INSURANCE. and lich the freehold of have chanced to be there during the
ATTORNEY T LAW upon fifty may barefooted tion and defunct. It had either turned knewnothiug
and chained
their march -
MONTICELLO, FLA. THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO arres, hi much part cultivated by his own weekly gathering will have little difficulty in Siberia their on to or fused with the democratic -
sentence paify.and
July SO. 1 653. 30 1 1 jan ACCUMULATED CAPITAL... .. .$1,000,000. hand. In the intervals of senatorial duties recognizing facts in the follow ing account. should -bo put as common being soldiers, that into they the therof was left him no other alttrnctive. t 1

nnitI9 Company issues,policies ou the lives of this man, who refused Cabinet appointments On reaching that city, they are allowed a than to unite vtiih the

WILLIAM S. DIL1FOHTO, JL White persons fur one or more years-or for tho and I'resL'entinl honors and a seat tho I brief rest in the convict-prison, their daily regiments of the "Caucasus, Oienberg, and the democracy and.rare j
upon country from the vile!
whole period of life, Otf THE MUTUAL SYSTEM. calculated that tho Siberia. Tho two young Crunts Tyskiewicz, pollutioni of know-
Bench-who measured strength journeys being so separate -
Attorney and Counsellor at Law insured issued Supreme nothingism.
the children
almost
declared
Dividends to on policio were so loaded-with heavy
with Clay, Webster and. Callioun, and on bands all arrive there from divers directions

MONTICELIALORIDA.. for life. Pres'trgT whose accents ndmiring Senates hung ; thIs each Saturday night. After resting chains, as at each step to ink into the There aro five hundred and eighty ninVi

Pu T FREEMAN-, Actuary.-Mounm FBAXKLW, his neat suit of broadcloth and fine linen throughout tho ensuing week, during! which ground ; anti they held! out their little hands, applicants for a passage to t Liberia frr th f

WLL; practice la tbi Court* of the Middle Cir- AppltoatioTM reseived' in Tallahassee B.C. LEtTTIS.by man exchanged, (for the laborer's dress, might bo term they are relieved of, their chain, they imploring charity fo buy lighter fetters, which American Colonization Society hp! which!
nd The njs nJ L9inxl County, Oa January 19,1856. tht ir guards refused them. At Choracewiczo is (to leave Baltimore time
band the
*rcbtL.18r,6 .12-h seen in the harvest field, or meadow, carrying are despatched in one common on some during th i

--- AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO tho foremost row, and doing the cleanest second Monday after their arrival ; but ere was tn bo seen Mr. Warcyntki, the marshal present month, and Savannah early in Jun<>.

Class, diis,: White, Let* &C. CAPITAL,.. .. .. .. ..1500.COO.rpHE work ; and this not as a recreation or pas their departure the Government appoints a ol hiz Osmiand murdered, the in same inarch town where the Kirg INDIANA ALL mpaf.
four
of the boT Company. time or to others but as n committee of piison authorities to control the a hundred women -.
nndemgn encouragement ,
Agent
BOI.ES5'W averted 100 The
m4o! QltM. BISM. Democrat "
and children Ho LMisTillp Th
.200 ; JL will rewire *ppl &tioo for und make insurance work wjiich was-to count in the annual cultivation !- jailors, and see that they do not use nnneces- wan rested in an layi *

brr U LfnMtd 03. afftioct low by Fire, on Brick and Frame Buildings, and labor to be felt in the production a.ry harshness. These members also em. open wagon-a blessed privilege, too, this Democrnts Indiana have caitied very f Jty and (own
jn
ia : ? ithTMth"1 Ae. of the needed powered to bear statements from the prison. was cnnidered-his hands and feet were by over-wrhelmin/f ratfAiHiet, ir'th

zo Th&Psfr ? J&nv&ryTL)856. 3 B. O. LEWIS. crop. and in to redress chained and connected to his waist by other the exception oTJfrmontiTleand thee thy
His principles were democratic, And innate ers, many cases, grant -
2O ? Piuot, (bbU. wd i tlV Lf.th.e For Saleraw. still Such interferences do not, of course, extend links ; collar of iron encircled his neck ; Ids have gained! 100''voles ffoe* Ibo tlretioni
rT1I1 founded in afeeling, more than, a con
1 U long pray beared flowed over Us breast lnjtre.ir, All fjnil, Inilan! !t1TtjJi 'tear**
Bal hut ;
**priti; and rare fiction that the manes were generally Tight to the quashing of kga proceedirgs
Torpeotla trf barrels at r.tsU.i
her for the
85 g-IGR?. tn tho romfcrt his henlt'' and his bead was shaved in the form of a Democratic nomiiw forth* Pr. ?.
prisoner's ,
< + >MW *LITZLT. S m fhir sentiment though .omttimerwrong merely dency. -
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_ flirr-ibian Imirnal. Late ladiaa News.Col. Democratic prospects fa Florida. Meeting of the Democracy of Centre vlllc- I of Washington County hold a Convention Democratic- : N'atIocaIonTentIonVjft- j' ; -- w

M. Wfcit S-uUh arrive l in town oh the We are ia correspondence with intelligent Capt. ADAM GKJLMBLING was called on the 3d Saturday ia June, at Vernon, for Dayte Proceefi&gs floatations for

of the 12th from the teat otvjrjidian the purpose of nominating candidates for President &n4 Vice President.
morning
gentlemen in portion of the State who
_; -- Sec.retary.
every to the. Chair, D. W. UARTTKS: appointed Sen'ttornuid Representative lo the next Legislature / VBriow *-*
troubles Levy county. The object' f his communicate : wo givt'tfie fifth nod last day's .
TALLAHASSEE : to us tho pleasing intelligence, of Florida ;. au'd that'lhe Democrats, pro.codings

vuk was to confer with the Executive in reference that the Democratic party is Animated by the Mr. R.: C. Williams explained the object (;each Precinct in the County bo requested of th<| .Democratic National! C.:n.ventiort .

Saturday June 11856 : .to the best measures to be adopted greatcsrconfidencc of success,gaining strength of the meeting to be, to appoint delegates to to hold Precinct meeting to appoint Delegates ( ,

; *for th' irur.icdi.ito.protection of the exposed r.lmost daily in the accession of old liae the Ci'tireulion to be held itrr-Tall\hassoo on to attend said Convention. CIXCIXXVTI fl June 0.-The convention re-
cf the frontier not heretofore 1th. RcsolrrJ, That the County Holmes assembled at nine o'clock, and
parts provided immediately
have resolved
Whigv.ho to discharge a noble Saturday the 21st of June.Tfle be requested lo send delegates to the meeting -
.. DEilOORATIC TICKEP- for. Wevero permitted to look over sever.0.! uuty! to4luir.contry: ; by throwing; < T the following; Resolutions wj'.s introduced Veinon, on the JJd Saturday in June, i commenced to ballot for a candidate for

roil PRESIDES, of the officbl) reports ofv officers under Col. fitteis of a name am! nuitovithi party vhidii by R. C. Williams, put to vole, and unaiimmisly !:- I (to nominate a candidate! for the Sennte for I President, with the following result :

Smith's command, who have recently been i potent fur intioral; good ii: strength and : adopted : j I Washington pud Hc'ines-'! Buchanan. Pierce. Douglas. Ctw

: JAMES BUCHANAN in the Gulf Hammock and Which werp unanimously adopted. Hon.Geo. 15lh ballot! .1684} 3 I '
on scouting duty p.'ir.eij.lcs; and not detracted \vith the wild $ 118J 4$
Resale ftl, That we hic'artilv of tho |
approve[ S. I Hawkins i .was then introduced to the I 16th .168
From these? it is evident 121 tf.
OF PEXX8YLVAKIA. vicinity. reports and visionary notions of the fanatical leader* nomination made by the late Madison Convention meeting and addrcsstd th-m in his usual 17th ..290After'
that some of the savages Lave taken up their who arc endeavoring to ehcumvint its patriotic down cheer after
for Governor and Con rcr*, believing epiiited manner, bringing the fifteenth ballot the
FOR VICE PRESIDENT, abode in the hammocks: of Levy county, and purposes. Wo give an extract from a should they be elected, that the inteitst of cheer from his t-nthusiastic! Learers. I Franklin Pierce was withdrawn by the name New of

:J. 0. BRECKENBIDGE that the apprehensions of the people were not letter received from a gentleman of fine intelligence our country, and U'e principles of the Democratic William D. Barnes, the Elector for the Hampshire delegation. The convention theo
West )b called also addressed the
; .itig ,
without foundation. One of the official reports residing in the southern of i upon adjourned until afternoon..
portion party will ever bo their chief objects. meeting at length, iu a able manner.
oF RTTPCRY. 'Iluded t) was made by Capt. Alexander very Since the nomination of Mr. Buchanan thu
'I East Florida, w ho has heretofore been a Whig, On motion of( Geo. Underwoood, Esq.,jt
Bell and it all reasoablt doubt city has been the scene of constant excitemerit. --
--- removes but like'Putnam and others! feels that it wou'dbe !
Resolved, That we the Democrats of Cctitrevillo I Various clubs from
waaResolved. Pennsylvania
Tott GOVERNOR of the presence cf Indians in Levy county.- criminal dereliction of contribute That the Mari.inna P.alriot and ,
to.
a duly wishing be represented in the next headed by a Philadelphia! hand, and "bearingH
Amongst other things, Capt. Bell says, that to factious the Floridian cy Journal be requested to publish monster banner paraded the
MADiSON S. PESHY a opposition waged against Legislature have called this meeting for the the of this stree-ts. The
r on tho 3d, while :iiarching up the Gulf Hammock only national in the Union. He proceedings meeting. Young Men's Union Club, of New York,
:
P party says purpose ot appointing delegates to the county The meeting then adjourned.Sx .
OFi \eiirAFOB torr. dis- fired salute, and much enthusiasm .
moccasin tracks
numerous wero was man-
: I wrile you ta send mo your regular paper Convention lo meet iu Tallahassee on Satur- f UEN DAMLLS: Sr., i Tested the democrats.
j covered and pursued to where they united and among
and also your proposed campaign; : paper.Wo div the 21ct of June.iul Chairman.
coNonI
| made a trail as large and distinct as that all anti-Knov here and B. F. I Hurru.v I Sec'y. AFTEUXOON BESSIOXi
are Nothings | .\ lo instruct them to secure if possible!
GEORGE 8. HAWKINS, 1 made by the detachment in pursuing it, which will stand united, as :ill Sou them iwn should i On reassembling a resolution, pledging air
tlio 110:1.inntioii of Dr. Tiiompson 15. I4aioa: i r [Foa TIIK 1 LOKIDJAN AM) JOCK.NAL.j the cons'itotional powers of the

or JACKSON CC'iTY.t consisted of twenty-two nun. This trail was be, the present cri-is. 1 lfa\- in times past [ for State <. ;iiator, believing him to bo einiIKutly '- Georgia military iusfitute, Marietta.ilu. to the construction of a railroad to government the Pacific

|I vigorously pursued by Captains Dell and co-operated with the Whig party, bat cannot qualified for the dice. Pioude-d we I Icar.i.ot EDITOK :-Again. I ask of you, a tlio.t was adopted bv ave 205. nays 65._
t;: FOR ELECTOR! Danu-ls until their efforts were obstructed by I go the new organization, and prefer the lion- npace ( The convention then proceeded to ballot for
; secure the uiouuiiuia'hum of Dr. Lamr.i: : in vo'r vnliiaMc papa fr the [jtibhc.itLof nnotli .M. A. LONG PHILLIP DKLL i the heavy rains which frequently falling] : a candidate for Vice President, with tho fol-!
t were j est sweat of an Irishman to the amalgama- to the Seuute that we recommend him as reprtoiMitative. t v.Lich! I bei1c{ will pio\c ta le Lterest.'Dfiioii result
W. D. BARNES. We are much gratified! to learn that the Executive i i ion odor of Know Nothinfism alias abolilion- : :;h to some of your matlieni-.ttiv-il, fiiein.f! to enlist hewing :

-- ; has directed! Col. Smith to call four !i iso). Dining the campaign 1 shall I : tLeir enttgies! in giving; us a plain auii! correct soLiti John C. BroclunriJgp, Kentucky . 55
present j The Chair appointed the fulltiuiug gen.le- ; Jolm: A. Quitnr.ti: of Mississippi .. 59
Floridian & Journal for the Campaign.Vc i companies of t infantry volunteers to cooperate I feel myself constrained ia tho present position I uWL'it. I
Linn of
men as delegates to the Convention in Tallahassee are tLc fiiui ftuJ uii..ci.s.oi, of the. Bojd, Kentucky* .33
: \ propose to issue on the Fccon-J SaturJny in.Icne with the two mounted companies already !; of affairs: to idetuify myself with the Dcrnoj : on Saturday 21st June: s strongest Benjamin KiLzpattiek, of Alabama .. .11
of timber
pisce tLut (be Leva frou \ S feet
nn paity :
patty i
j upon Samuel C. White! Dr. E. Bradford' in illmieter. CADET SOLON.
tini, tc! Campaijra Flondiin: and Journal: at the fclrinj of the exposed points and in pursuing the cue' j jI \\hieh the South can or ought to rally." i Dr. A. S. Cole Thomas Biadfotd ;i herschel V. Jo'ms.m, of Georgia. .. .31
'. Thonir.3 J.
rates: I my. His Excellency i is determined to do all ; -- ----- -- .' Mr. BUOOKS, has been burned in elTigv at ; Husk, of Texas. 2
A. P. ( rnri; Elint, John II. Crump, ,
ii. i Oii
Ton tiogle; Stibsciiber. tl 00 in his lid the of these Democratic St Johns Caibtidg3: Mass. Te!: Connecticut Legislature $* t}
To.iOiubof3, adcln-B&E4jio F. 0* :! COT power to country &avj ( Icetingin County. Capt. Daniel Houck, Dr. R. W. Gaidiicr, has adopted, resolutions! : calling for the J. C. Dobbin, North Carolina. 13

a Club of 5. X 00 j ages, and in. the mean time to protect the peo- { The ever ardent and unflinching democrats Jacob Felkel, James I' Hailey. i, expulsion of Mr B. from the House of Heplesentativcs. A second ballot was entered into, when

4 7, II 5 00 i I pie while! llii Indians remain : and we are as- ;' of St. John's. County convened in .St. Angus- j James J IVikil I IVa&k. O. Felkel, ; In the Mas.nchusett5 House of Hon. John C. Breckinridge, of Kentucky,.

.. .. 10, .. 7 00 j I surcd that a much larger force would be tine on the 21th tilt, Col. (j. Humphreys in Thorn-is Lnversage, J. C. Crenshaw, li-prcsentati\es on the 2Cth( t.lt., a resolution 1 was ur.anitr.ouslv'cho en.Crxci .,

The money mus't invariably aceocapanj the ordrto called out at once! if i it were possible for the the chair ; and adopted a series of spirited A. R. Combs, Vm. M. Bradford was introduced instructing the Adjutant General : [sEcoin IJISVATCII.]
insure attention. of the State to furnish each ofiluir Senators >NATi,June 6.-At 10 o'clock, a. ru..
Executive to tii.j5t i them ; but this it is im- resolutions endorsing with!,
great cordiality Win.
Cpt. Letter AVm. Bradford
:
I and Uej.ri'sentativfs in Congress two the President called the convention to order.
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-- posi11e for hiiii lo do at pie ent. The Governor the nominations made by the Madison Con- IX W. Barnes, R. If. Bradford, of COLT'S six ba.Ti.-l tovo'vers.' If, instead of The hall was not full when the balloting commenced. -

t Democratic Ratification t has alieady as-unvd heavj' perronal re- > \er1tihI.'e' shall publish the proceedings Stephen Saunders, L\man: Sniih; i.-velvers, says tho Baltimore Sun, they were .

Meeting. ; i.otiIiiiiiiie| ; to p.ocure; fluids to subsist the in, our ue\t. W. W. Saunders, N. Green her, furniahtid with bioui; national: views, and When Maine was called for her vote she
gooJ common suiee! unmixed uith"fanaticism cast seven for Buchanan and ono for Pierce.
"State i.ouin tho field and vflI
ALL crrizsxs OF LEON COUNTY FAVOIIA : troonj not The Hon. ( II. J. J. Whitehurst
I'aiibatdis
liorge : juid DrWesleolt :- Dr. A. C. F. Blake, 1 and
minded! Vermont called Mr.
)( narrow bigotry, j it( would be far When was Hilhard,
BLE TO 1.IIE NOMINATIONS MADE UY TIlE heiH.-iU- adopt any just and proper njea- addressed the I*. Ct'eo. II. Fisher, \\'m.\ J. Felkel better for and
meeting. Maj. tlier.i: tlve-, and! redound to th lion- of New Hampshire, rose said, that by a
VIXCIXSATI CONVENTION. JAMES BUCIIAXAN sure that can: 1 be made a\'iilallc to obtain F F. lYitiiam: also add i'esscd the ar-sCnbli"e! ; : D. :i. Ucveily, Luke Smith wick, or of the State ot f .Massachusetts.Acci.lcnt } unanimous cote the delegation, having thus

FOR TIC PllGSIDENCY, AND JOHN: C fiiTds with which lo procure subsistence, at j announcing) I hat ii: the coming contest o he Adam; Grambling; John Grambling!i far supported Mr. Pierce,bad now eletermineil

BRLCKINRIDGLFORTHC! VICE rUESlDHNCY 1eut until the} meeting' of the next Geneial: should cast his lot v.ith the democratic party, t R. C. William*; Henry Bradley, to Mr. Yen JJuren.KINUERHOOK [ to cast her vote for the choice of Illinois,
AND THE SUCCESS OF THE STATE DEMOCRATIC Stephen A. Douglas. [A'pplnuse.]
: TICKET ARE REQUESTED TO AS'SEUBLE A C'tnbly.) and fu-purt; its nomineeWe are proud of L. :M. While, James Grambling, Jiuie 5.Ex-President Van North Carolina then led off in the same

IN TillS CITY OXSATURDAY TilE It i indeed deplorable, thai after so long :i { tii-! \aluablc accession to our ranks It is a l.om.s: .r. i K>
21ST INSTANT.IT i struggle: as thai of thu last war with those J compliment to the piincipes! of democracy James Kobe-its't James liar,i i lug but,not receiving considered a severe dan wound< .upon Li>.head Mississippi, Florida, and Texas. Tennessee

IS EXPECTED THAT NOMINATIONS savage*, oar ciiivMis should ngaisi: be driven j which ihuuM' and \\ ill endear him to the Tiomi! ; > II. IJuriictt. John S. hLv, I jeious.i cast her twelve votes for Buchanan, and Mr.

WiLL BE MADE FOIL THE LEGISLATUREAXDTTHEREFORE. from their homes anl compelled to huiellc tojrether m-sses as one nmie! wedded to principles Hiulon: Saandtrs, Daniel C. Felkel, i 'itcXoinatininXcwYorJ:. Pierce ran down to three-votes.
IMPORTANT THAT > K The New York softs went overdo Mr.
IT IS
EVERY PORTION OF THE COUNTY SHOULD : into foils and"jiens for mutual protection j than name exhibiting an amoui.t of independcrce I James: '1'. Kilgore, John ICvans.No -. New York, June Tammany Hall is Douglas on the IGih ballot, and Maine con-

BE FULLY REPRESENTED.On of life, loa\ing their possessions ;ind their alike honorable to the man and the :: further( bu-iijfs being before us the i illuminate'd to-night in honor of the iioumaI centrated her vote on Mr, Buchanan. Ohio

1 nl! to be [pl-indi'red: and destroyed by the s.iv- occasion.We : meeting adjounieJ.: I lions of IJui-hunan and lircckimidge, and also gave him two more. Kentucky cast all

j' congratulatory meetings are being held in her votes for Douglas, having previously gir.
i or \ici-is; nnd thievish white nic-n, or to
:'I'ALE.-TYo interesting literary contributions ages | gi\c btlow a letter fiom this gt title- ADAM GRAM15LING, Ckairmnn, 1
numerous other placej. -. en him but seven. The half votes were re-
arc 0:1 oar table: which wero crowded go lo waste from fldert.Iany\ pooret! man defining his position and the icasons fi.r j I). %V. U\KMS: Secretary.Ccitreille j. = 1 jected by the Chair.

out tliis week. itidustu ions citizens of Levy and llprnando ;: ; it, which wi comnifd: : to (the sutious June 7h: 1S5G.Dr. S.vow ix JL'NE-A correspondent, Mrit'ng After the annoucemenfof the result, Mr.

-- > countiy< are literally! ruined: by this calamity: I nllci.tion of those Whigs ul.o arc in- .-- -- -- fiom Madison county, New York, under date Preston, of Kentucky, said tint his delegation

Ma. FILLMOKK. The \Ya;!iii'.jton:, rorrebpindent their half made crops arc left uncultivated, di>po rd to unite vrith an organic jtin based The Sobci Second! Thought..e j of"June 1st, closes his letter thus : had stood firmly by Mr. Douglass to this
I might :mention that 1 found a snow but he felt confident that the
point, now convention
of the Sav ir.nai (leoi jian 5c ,!oii- and nianv of them have not the means tono-1 : i upon] the luins td f the old Wliig path'. \\' give place: helow to a sensible letter bank a little beyond Georgetown yesterday demanded Mr. Buchanan. He was

ual-\vrit5ng sinco the iioiiuatioi: : of 31r. HiV cure subsistence! foj thc-ir needy fan.ilios from j Sr. ArurvriM:, May thJ, ISM. j from Mr. Lee Lott, ofGads'den! County, in ; which must have b-en three feet deep" equally confident that the friends of Mr. Doug.

anan, states that it is believed ir. Wa !iiigtfi.i: : other source"1, nnd, therefore, in all jiiobabiii-j CIiM'LKiAx: : : :-i I have ri.t'ived jour very Mhlch he ;pKunplly cscheus Know Nothinj'- --- las would best conform this wishes by

generally, that Mr. Fillmore will nut accej.t. : ty, inu'-h s'llFcring' from want will bo lie re1suit. '< politi* and: ll.-itU'ring note this date. in\iiin u <; i'.m: and gives the reasons for so doing. Conacc1k& Sena'orship. yielding at once, and cheerfully, to the wishes

He \\ill bo wise if he does not. us'to attom! a nu-ctiirgof the Lerioc) : racy and ; G.YDhDE.N; COUNTY, June 4th, 1S.)0.Mr. XLW HAVEN, June 4.-Tho house to-day of the convention. [Loud, cries for an
all! ethers 5-1 tii! < opposed to thy vitvs fleeted James Dixon) the know nothing and expression opinion from the Illinois delegation.
--------- ------------ ---- -- county j 1'li'orl I h."ve for sometime in'ended -
The Democratic ociinations.Th Here They Go, and I j.rincip'v! [) > ol( the Know i iNolning" abolition candidate, United Stated senator .]
a-uty, to 1.1 on Saturday: eveiiisig i making public through! your columns myirlidraw.il for six years from the 4th of March next.- Mr. Richardson said that, .without 'advis
thrilling news is now abroad over this .W', stated la=t week tint the Know Xotli- ; Host ifi t.i-! > city. Mid j in ieplt\ I beg \\ ( from the older cammcnly ktiov/.i The vote stood-Dixon, I 115; Toucey, 101 ; ing with any gentleman as to the wishes of

land that the model talesman and p.lrjot lug paity in: Vvimont, assembled in Convention j L-avu to say that it :affords me ploasiMe! to accept as Know Nothing Americans, but scattering, 7. Chas. McCuidvas elected 1 his constituents, he felt that he had a duty to

: James Buchanan! of Pcna>yhania! rocdeJ a fi w tlvs l past, and i evolved to unite your iuvita': ion, and that I u ill! attend have -reiofore defeied it. I tiow desire 11 judge of the Supreme court.COLT'S perform to them and" to the State he reprc-"
Don't withdraw
sented. Cries of him.
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: tie nnanhnoas vote of tha Cincinnati Con with the Black Republicans in the piesidential unices l pi evented! by circumstances bt-vond -
: that I he from all
; say it byithdraw lie could contribute
control. conneci REVOLVER*.-It has been estimated ; He felt that not to the
lily
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vention for the highest office within the gift nnd rongression.-il elections. The statemeut tion with the "Know that of the oat the views
.. j Wi.ilst} 1 since:e-ly lhaik: you, gentlemen, 'i Xotl.ing or Amer lean | over 400,000 pistols have been turned ; success party or carry
( of the people of iho ITniuJ! .States. As slated i )!.: : tine. A few days subsequontly ] for Hi'- very grati:jing i: compliment conveyed jiaity-and sincerely hope that all others ;, I out at the manufactory in Hartford. Of i of Mr. Douglas by continuing him longer in

S bv Washi-igtoii Unio'i, tho Deino'r.tcy! the Know Nothing Council O| i in ihe e: pressrion( ol jour r respect nnd confielence connected uith it \\ill do likewise. these, over one thud mare been sold in Callfornia. ; the contest. [Immense applause.] He had

would have been invincible in the approaching J Rhode Island met at 1'iovidence, and confciJeiir.g I cannot but( feel that I have been :My i -.sons for this The United States have been furnished i received a despatch from Mr. Douglas which
taking
'! more honored than I desene-d. course, are with sis thousand, which, at a cost of '1 he desired to read, and after that lie would
contest with any cir.diJiVj whom they might :Mr. I'illmore's nomination, tepudiaivd '! For I was a zealous and ardent j j Fit-st-I I have seen the F.Icphant" and don't j &2S, would be 103,000, added to repairs, !! withdraw his name.

have nominated on tho platform of the Cincinnati it by a vole uf 01 to 20. :ifihe-renl! many of a years powerful, and respectable and j n i j like his looks, he is a monster of hideous -which would amount to several thousand !! Mr. R. then read the despatch from Mr..

CoJVw'n.Son.: V.'hh the' ditingui-h- i, :.Still:; later the National Know !Nothing; : resj-f-ctod political partj": partaking of its vai i! mein," and I want to quit him, Secondly more\ About 2,000 are annually sold in Douglas, stating that from the telegraphic*

noiucj ns tiiC1flIO'i, succe-s 5= a fact, ;, Cojnoil coinened in New Iou k, numbering :' riti! fmtunes of uccess and defeat, nnd I II '' am satisfied from experience, that no man J! New York city byjobbcrs and the retail trade, accounts he felt confident that a longer continuance -

fore'iadov.j! ci4i-.iotiy to *!h" Ain..tcaair.rid i.bnat a hundrod delegates] ; including only I w a--con-trained!: in I suppott of my political j can belong to that concern and feel himself i! 40000.which would amount 1). average to neatly I would tend of his to name disturb before the harmony tho convention of the
conviction battle with j
as :iy fula.v cv..it can b :.5i
fruii: : many f thvj or.iositi-; >:i jtzs Ca aniivo'actarv i 01"whom! vo'f.1 rg.iins*. the i lalificnti of '.1 r. <: nnd i hiac no right, now that I am a iioliti- i: cates are isi manj'; respects diamettically- Later frqm Kansas stating that he believed the democracy

cofi'S'ici: of tie iruta of I'M*? ie- Jj.JIUIYt.. This ui ii the uxrrk also resolution ctflde. of the 2d that J. M. candidates now before the convention-either
Uaynard
mak.Xo. F.IVC : ) parsed a gioisly States and says
| ; consequently aught \\ithdan-
;' The i-arly of which I was ai: humble: lint left St. Be.nard for Wcstport on Friday last, Mr. Pierce or -Mr. Buchanan. Iminensapplause.
Mr. Biooks fur his attack
jmbllc! inn fvr itool in ;: mere i-tcr-: deiui'inciiig up- 1 j | g'-r to the people. Thitdly---because I have and .]
honest innibfr has be-en nalitnuil'idifxoJcrd? > having not since been henid of, is sup-
eating aid iuipreSiU-e rc'lti-: : to the ;,- u-o: : ,n umni', aii.l to our utter astonishment the and out of iu ruins there has grown tp; a i i found tJ: t pre entatioaj made to inc \\hmi j 1 posed to have been murdered by abolitionist Gov. Seymour arose find rndt ftvore*} to

of tho Uni'cJ btates, than does Mr. Uuc' anan i Southein! Kr.ow Nothings voted; for it, inclu-i' new political organisation, a'-suning originally 1 I joined-ts.t! ; !is, that there was to be no D. H. Hamilton and John! Lux went in address the convention, but vras for sometime

at this moni3it: His royit tion a- a rational ding Hutnphi Marbhall of Kentucky and ( the 11:11111-: of l Know Nothing," and more j| party in it-that it was only intended to do | search of him, and wero taken by the aboli prevented by the uproar and- confusion.He .
and for better effect that tionists. said that New York had,, up to this
'ohn M. Wilmot Proviso Bolts of ; recently, ptobably j
Virginia.
Ktatcsman, fctoadiiy enlarging through a Lig I of" American." j| away and put down patty stiife, and elcctioneeiing j Maishal Dnnalson anti seven men on Friday time, been united upon one point, viz : the

series of years, (for he has been i-i our public i GJIII this) be gratifying lo our Florida Know ,! J r had, for a long time, looked on, and observed schemes and projects-not to bo : last were fired upon near Lawrence by a propriety adhering to one or the other of

councils for nearly forty years,) is higher asil Nothing friends. If bo we hope they will i j its woiking, its progress, its changes > correct, for it is all paity, and nothing but party of fifty aboli'ionists. A conflict en- the nominees now before the convention.

more brilliant now, thr.n! it ever wus. The !: give borne public demonstration of their gi at- j and( ulifications.:) I examined its principles I party, and that a sworn in party-which in j jmy sucdf/n wliich several of the marshal's posse They had adhered to Mr. Pierce as long atho
and wero wounded. had a vote in the convention. They hadi
retrospect of his public life, criticised as itiniy itication.t i propositions as they have; ben thrown [ opinion is thievery worst of all parties.So .-
; II. H. then cast their vote for Mr. Douglas. That
that
; ito:: various: platforms, which have been from j CurLy states some men belong
bo, fchous no act or \\ ord, or thought ; now fellow citizens having come out from i ing to the attacked candidate had now been withdrawn. The
same
1 Itaprovcnieiits In our City. !j time to lime adopted, and :igain successively company were and!
; of infiJelitv*rthreatened to the Contituion! or the Union, \ repudiated ; and being honestly convinced, among them, and once more feeling myself a all seriously injured, by abolitionists. He softs desired to do all in- their power to harmonize

as it sometinies Las been ii: -i-;icm t have noticed with feelings of pleasure that the spirit which generated this new party freeman, let me exhort you all to steer clear j came for men ai.d horses, and twenty five ol and consolidate the vote of the con
j the spirit of improvement that is beginning to ami animates and I'uford's party will immediately start for the vention. [Immense npplause.J
qirarters, and throughout there has k-e.i now governs if, is iiiconllicl of that Bogus" concern, calling themselves i
1 actuate the citizens ot Talhhasscc. The most with and rescue. Captain Pattis'a went to The seventeenth ballot was then taken.-
private political; sent"-" company
the of active duty as Representative my _t mid icans" alias "Know and
performance Nothings" \ New cast bar vota for Buchanan
s striking ad: agreeable evidence of the pi PS- i mct:! 'fj tlieicfoie, crnnot have my -sjinpa- Hickory Poiut to suppress outrages, and were Hampshire
as Senator, as Cabinet Minister, and enc, of an enhanced spit it of enterprise, is thy! or suppoit ; nnd futther i becaus in nov Ii?l us put cur shoulders together in the coming i attacked by abolitionists, and two of them Mr. Hihbard maiiuj .speoah in explana
ii: private counsel. The Demociatie patty of i j jj opinion, it is cilculated if not checked! to exi election and upheld and sustain the old I IDemocratic'paity killed. Another light occurred between th-< tion.

this Union: has great leason to be proud of j the new bank building just completed, situa- j ert a malign influence upon the prosperity of : in its opposition; toall the same pai ties n.ar Black Jacks ; uinoaboli- Every delegation which., arose had some

Urn, and it means to say so, nnd to say it | ted on Monroe street. It presents a neat and our common Country, 1 deem my opposition isms of the land ; and because it is the pat ty tionists and (hitteen pro-slavery men were thing to say. ? >
attractive front, and an interior anangemcnt to it a< not only: proper but justifiable. Hut I killed, among whom were Captain Pattis Mr. Ludlsw (for-tke sofia) sa d, although,
\vlth: acclaim louder and wider t-i.in has that has built our glorious Union and elevated
3 ai indicating at once an admirable combination: bow was 1 to make this opposition available I IHy up and Jas. MeGee. Captain Long's company the softs cauwj- into the convention oud been heard before in IVt-aldenlial c-li-c- fls as a people far above that the of desire to dot
ever a taking part with my old political adversaries a/iy Wyandot Indians were united to Pattis's every disadvantage, they.had
of and cotufoit.j .
what
essential for
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tpn. The Convention: which nominated Mr.Uachanan I H utility : who although their political dissolution world has ever before seen. command. aught to promote the continuance of any
j \ are indebted for this ornamental: structure faction ia the State of New York.'hiiey .-
: was strikingly harmonious, adopting and ruin had been pronounced, I found! still LEE LOTT.flerno5raticMcetlngJuU'ashhIngton great
disiincl i to cur enterprising fellow townsman Ii. not only maintaining tluir organization in SOUTH AMERICAN SXAKES.-_In this part therefo)e, cast their eighteen votes for
containing a
a national platform .ot'the Orinoco
L. whose financial strength but tho only maintaining we repeatedly saw water Mr. Buchanan.
Rutgers Esq., ii.U-iesting great party :
; recognition of the lights of the South \\ilh relations with the commercial nationality, and soundness on tho question Conn* snakes swimming from one island to another' As scorns the balloting commenced Captain

entire unanimity, meeting boldly and uneriuivosl'y community, of our elumes'ic institutions. I have, there I ty. and in some instances they passed over the Rynder's gun was fired, roaring forth,

tho question; of slavery in the territo- will IOOFO none of their inprtance by the i fore openly and publicly) avowed- not only A Democratic Anti-Know Nothing meet boats, to the great alarm of the passengers, the announcement to the outsiders, and the
from the old to the held at Vernon Fla. the but without attempting to do mischief. convention in of the wildest
continued
ri33, and abjuring tha odious heresy of squat agreeable change new my disapprobation of the New Party, but my ing was on 19th any a stole
j I o cal ity. I lepolvo to use my) e-ffoits to defeat it ; and ul t. They are ofa light, green color, six or eight excitement, as State after State gave ft.
?;r. ter bOcreiguty. There is a i3i Uclness, bold ----- with this view, to co-operate with the Democratic On motion of Freeman G. Irwin, Esq., feet long, and swim wilh about a third of plumper for Mr. Buchanan'

;. ness, and honest independence: exhibited in The Fernandina Road.A parts for the accomplishment of that Stephen Daniel, Sr., was called to tine Chair their body out of the water ; propelled them Mr. Avery, of North Carolina, said that
: the platform which will c.iptiv.-it gentleman writing us from Feinandinabpeaks purpose. v of their tail. We were informed by the convention that four. be had beefl
and intact the most effective organization In the expression of the foregoing sentiments years ago
4 prcssrve of the Democratic party.Yc ihall thus flatteringly of the progress of this I desire not to be misunderstood, and The Chairman explained the object of tho boatmen that their prey consisted principally their first choice. They then yielded %him

work : that should not be deceived into the belief nice I ing.Oii of water rats and young birds. The steers cheerfully as they now yielded Meurs. Fierce

4',. publish the resolutions as toon as ofiicially "The railroad from Fernandina to Cedar that you I am a Democrat now, or that I intend motion, a committee of three were appointed men of the launches always endeavor to avoid and Douglas. North Carolina came herewith

? ILUI3IIUOCOJ. Keys is progressing finely. There is thirty to become a member of the Democratic to draft resolutions for the consideration sailing under the trees that overhang the river a desire to support the candidate who
of the meeting. The Chair appointed lest the mast might detach some of the had proved himself truest to the Union
Tlic Hou. John C. Hreckcuiidje of Ken. miles graded. Tlie marsh between Amelia party ; my polit'cal: ciced and tendencies are sat
Col. C. C. Yonge, Dr. D. W. McCranie and snakes from the, branches.We the constitution. To this end tloy *
distiuguishoJstatesman Island and the main land is piled and reEdy Whig. Hut although I am not one of you, Iwill h4.Ct
t tacky a coiiparatively: young an for the iron. The draw-bridge was finished light with you in what I consider to be Col. A. II. Miller, who returned after having frequently saw numbers of them, exhibiting their vote first for Mr. Pierce, then spr Mr.

and ardent patriot, received on the 3rd inst., on which day a steamer a just and common cause. rpti'red a short time, and through their Chair- tho most brilliant colors while bask Dougjas, and now they gave Ujeif! eitir

.f the nomiaatioa on the ticket with Mr. Bachanantrfor passed through the draw. The biklge is 123 I have the honor, gentlemen, to be, r i nau reported the following resolutions: lug iu the sun on the trees.' An European vote to Mr. Bu<*hanan.
1st. Resolved, That we are now, as ever, traveler who visited thefce parts in 1838, lay Colonel Medary
the Vice Pretidcncy. He tsijojsan feet in length, and is BO perfectly balanced With great respect, congratulated.i, oswei.
..' enviablo in the Western and that one man can turn it. It i& a beautiful Your ob't serv'r, I warmly attached to the principles! of the. down to sleep upon th? banks of the Orinoco, tion that Ohio had no lo&ger a fractional vot
reputation piece of mechanism. All the swamps in this .,. B. A. PUTNAM. Democratic party and we believe the safety and was presently awakened by cries of alarm to cast upon the platform'of the eontin pn-
fcjoatlieni Bt&tei aid hi* nomination will of the country involved in their maintainance and horror. What was his dismay Ohio was willing) to figbt UndeMh
: county, aa far as the Duval road to Alligator, To Messrs. (J. llumphieys, M. R. Andreu, icmpe.
awaken an amoUht of enthusiasm in, Ken- will be bridged in l lees than tllree months from Silvero Meranda, Paul Arnau, Geo. Center, and triumph. when he found himself encircled iu the folds none woold yieM rao. e "chcerfmBy thanbip .

tuciy which willexpicato that State frbm the this time. The work i h progressing rapidly. F. P.-Feneira D. Fontagne, Jno. Ilsina, iJd. Resolved, That we heartily approve of ol innumerable snakes ? Tno native boatmen, self, and k* wouldtajr.'tbXsAJWJ en* .

1. dominion KnowJNoUiingtan. We aro de- Tho iron for the first 10 miles is daily expected G. A. Pacetty, Jr., liartolo Pueetty, Ser., the nomination of M. SPerry as the candid whose cries had aroused him, proceeded to tire tfeiegaUaa. As OJuo.kI h i* ,

-was purchased in New York; that George H Fairbanks: L. Andreu. ate ol the Democratic party for the office of deliver him from thcrhideous'coils in which hitherto in mathemaUcalN' rrcdlag $er,..va
4 lighted wiihftbe' nominatioas, and feel a proudj ioi._ the next 20 i is engaged iu England, and Governor of thw State, and of the Hou. Geo. he was enmeshed ; but the traveler never she would now beeoUreqemhr qnila a ex cl iu,catting
conscJoffjn M of &h amount of superiority 8. Hawkins as candidate for Congress, and completely recovered the shock'which he bad the for Echinsa.1 -
% will bo liore.in the full.. The Toronto Canada Globe that -
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., over their idea that war will out of the dis.< and he died delirious "
bout
grow four
S any Jsfrpportin'the pending canvas? strung years "
"Presidential i is
tho
he.-lth of
4.l ft contwt ia tho >ioaching look will. The : country
: apj j niit1] of Mr. CramptMi is ridiculous. 3d. Pfsolved, That the Democratic p.itty afterwards at Porto Rico. (fl'npqie7ti. RichardsxjD, pf lllwpji,tajd %** evei1


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member of the convention had endomd the Ozfbe Hon. t-cwis Cass I !. r. ; "
thus concludeshis
political! 1 course of Mr. Douglas, which any speech on Kansas affairs S PHOCLAMATION DrP.P.; lewis : :.
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man might be proud of, and h* could assure BOUT TWO H .
Mr. President BT IVES notice to ha MM'J and pfct- A Prift. dpIl fW-
the convention that while Illinois choice many and Bignalhave been bal CtolCk _
was, astiutheknowinp'sseuionof4L.LzxIfy
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the JAMES E. BROOME (t for further inform Auo tnpSn at tbu
interpositions
ProvidencO
of her favorite he in our favor I -' Dent5
course son, yet .yielded his all tIle la'.e-t improreroKiUin -w S
State in appreciation of the political character nIce thu comtneuceineut of our national ex 1 GCt'rrnorof the Slate of Florida. try. 1st. The extmrtion Tt-eth. without produeinj? )(ay17.18t8. '

Junes Buchnpin.! : istence. We have been cnn it'd forward in a THEEE HUNDRED DOLLAES EEWAED"VT7HEREAS p.-iin. bv the aid of a )lora! application which eofnioU Board of Coiimiijaftti of 1
career of in applying artificial fretriujr mixture to the prti
pro d in
Mr. perit.ulE'xampl the history
-, of Arkansas, pledged the Jargestcomparative of
of the world. uuti! fullv '"'lmbcd. 2d. The immediistetnet1)0 Police and Health.TK '
majority in the Union for the Difficulties and dangers a TcrnpraJ'Y Sd. on Gutta Pereli*. bicli caD be .
have bet us upo-i the! right hand and .- fully otadieooe to 0.III 0rd1aMe 1. I
nominee, patticularly if the choice of his upon worn with wmfort. and eue till the Owns are
State for Vice President should be satisfied the left, but \\ e have sa.My passed through --- -'----- an atrocious murder was committedV prepared for a permanent Set; then inserted oa JL herebyftppofeltlWowaiIpdititok| ooiL.-
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th'm The IVcws. f of William Milliean in the beautiful called continuous Ounm which are g&ri.s of Police wI' S iD &be Mrcnd Warda of
their cand'-'ia'e for that"office was Gen. Quit. ;] gathering strength in our prog-esstil!! I on the body County tint plan I
we have nothing to 'tear but ut 1 Marion in this State, en the night of the first of 8) much worn and admired, for beauty, strength Wid ie citT >- .
I ourselves and Mr.J Duncan the American JinoKra of fit lost.-
candidate for March by BOMJC unknown. Now therefore, perfect cleanlio .. la Wart! I. McCarty vitht.rdto I
person
the
man.Mr.. Inge, California, said his delegation | just judgments of God. A question is Lieutenant Governor of Iliiuois, Las declinedthe that the rods justice: may bo subserved and the M.y Z1. 1856. 22 t tUlmuUwftU titKurtb .udT.' t. P.T.PXAACK. .

came here with the choice ef every ruembci j around us, among US exciting angry passions, guilty party brought to eondipn punishment; Know -- -- - I Eaq-] "

fixed on the nominee but :j and arraying one portion: of ts: country against non.inatioti. Mr. Archer had pretioablydiHJinfd ve that I James E. Broome. Governor of the Slate of IuWJ2.orthvfViina! St. M J fr.maMu.u- SI
present ; they came to Housekeepers
Important :
another-a sectional the! .the noiniu tiou of the same Florida, do hereby oflVr the REWARD of f 300 for the rtc to Boulet.ru Wet D. B. JJKcnau, E q. .4
also with instructions to secure the question, party
expression In Ward S. North IIC Virginia St. and fn> u Mocro
of the convention in favor of some easy j tnott difficult and delicate with which we for Governor. Both I1rt" unwilling to run a- aj to>'irehensi IcftJ! to Jis(>ii of coaviciiun.saiJ:person, upon evidence sufficient, FARMERS ANT FRUIT GROWERS.Arthur's I I Fast D. C. -:, EM.Iu .

means of communication between ihe \tlutic ;- | have to deal. And a way has been found to gai:) t tjo! Kt-jublicai) : t ti-l-tt. In tchtt'Uuiiy: \\here f, l'I I.!%:TP hereunto wt my I -1)- I, W..nl. South i.f Virginia S!. to McCnrty and

; and Pacific ClIS:tS. He le1it"'dtr.! ": deal with it v.hich inquires no sacrifice of -- :S hllll, and camfd to b
Buchanan did not concur in the opposition principle, of ptiJc, or of opiinmi, l h.r one) put : Responses to the Nomination! of Mr. ['SEAL,] State: of Florid. Done nt tile Capit"! in .the Patent Air-Tight In W rd5Syutbof\'irs'u'St- JlcCMltl II4IJ
: City of1',idja5"w this 19th dItit A. from Monroe East C. G. E.>GC;. I'q
of the May, ,
confederation the other f'rtt'i Fruit ai.d TvmuJ -
hut '
to
to the exeicise. of all constitutional power to j : their Cccuanan. :. It) 1836.. ( A\S. fu l'T iteming la Ward B. MoC rty 'St. tu.Auguslne aaJfr< &
,
j-ecure an easy postal communication betiera i mutual l submission of the cn.troversy to theOIeUtiOfl I,. JAMES E. nROO Ir.. J"\;.:fT C"This arlic'e soestcnsivrtuisfcr iionroe to Iloulpvar J Vest, E. B. Ciunr Eq. 1
of the :' CoNcor.D, !\. II., Fiidnv, June G l II33. ly used in the 1>lot gui Northern SIt: last fot"nC.\I.
: the two ocean Tlu-y therefore cast jrrcat doctiine of ihori! ht of ; Govern 'r of FK>riJi.Ily trill ho introducevl l to the cilixuns: Tallahassee andS :,, Iu Ward 7. UcCartj St. tu Augustine and (inca

: votes for 1 1W. man to govern hiaist-If: the only solid! "basis: ;i. The Democrats of this city coidially nsjiond the r. nn'r. Attest:- .siirrouiidin( country tr the uii'Jersii'neJ, wh > hn. rent MOUJO.- East D.! l. Axia E.q.

Mr.J Dauaon, iVniijtlvaiiia ia, in a happyf i of icpublican gon rllllh'lItd the ii! pen- : to the ncmination of :Mr. Buchanan, und F. Ij. ViiLir.t.L'E.Secrt t lie: exclusive: 'ht to niruiu .ieinre ill this vnitinity fur i In Wiuil 8. Augustine St. to limits' of city 8.Jatb _
_
j and from Monroe to Boulevard Dr.J. 1 .OCTAL.In '
of Fhri !in.
t.-xrv
.'"\.;, expressed iLe thanks of his State :Jori |i' been rations marked of Pros idencc towards us Lave; never !I one hundred guns ue now )being fired in his I May 21 l, 1S53. 24 ]. ct\a.ine the earning these seawii.illicit.: It.* i is and only the'ueit.ts.iry rewnm'Idilis..f to: chllawl! Ward 9. Augustine St. to limita of city 8.>utb.

::\' Luiinr dot her through their endorsen.rnt : v.lh: mnrckiHdness] than in in. I S I. and from iluurcx: to liiulti t dt'f, Unit IIou. J. W. j
I honor. --- ---- --- -- -- -- who have -d them to be conuaced tnt
I : the u* -
cli persons
: : ig: the Iiea''t- of the Amt-iican : t
; oi'iicr fcvurite son. Alter lie had taken peO-e to r ICE ICE ICE !!! lliJT are the bc.-t. most s'inp'; !his: sw.t he again! aroce snd said that, in teek: refuge fi'C.li; flI9i 'udnig danger in this! PHILADELPHIA, Fiidny, June 0, 1&30. f,r the purpiMc ever otlcrcd l t, thf public. They can Ward 10. ilt-Oartj St. to Augustine aDd (nlal ,

'! the otily! means of aveititig: it. There is no The i'I' I ANY QUANTITY OF ICE. l-c used bv-the n.cst: unskilful: wit --fUtg le! claims of slu candidates hi had .I : 0 Ice of The Peansjlvania ia ilhnuinattd !1 pvrwn it Wan,) 1 1. Ao:uutum to limits of city South an-t

:i"u; ::otUn to name Franklin Pierre. [Lsu- other ground. 0:1: \\.u-i! we can stiiid togeth: to-niglit, in honor of the nomination of I -1 3HSALE BY I ("slightest:i r-k Li'.ure.: % circular from Boulirarti to limits cf citv West, B. WU.J.UJlI.q '
Pu chasers iupiied5th a ct-n-
The tJ : are .
er. \\ of ':
bi..O:1 discover .1.
mn can ho HENRY nEHI{ : ,
and chen lie then his
declared
&: -
; l'r ] approval ; f..ll and rf1i.IIJIedirl ll"n. Jor putiin fruit:
| other. Hut this ii Buchanan. A number of speakers lIe addressing I l3G.I 21i ir.inii4 !up F. EPPE InUndmnt
holy giound, sanctified by |, May 21. A1
of the course of the administration! ; ;.n.I"tc.ct l in these Cans p'uicliig the hole process :
which would. teceiu1 from tLc pcoplf on his ,1 1: a living: l"incilI.t:1| : rising above a woilcl a crowd in front: of the Luiiditig, !but i! ---- ------ _-_____ -- __ convcbiiKtiv: within the n-aili of every homekeeper. AUSTRACT FROM ORDINANCE 12 p. 41 44. f ,

itliuiei.t. the cnlorcmeiit of Well tloue.tioj of waters, which has boen Spl ending out over although thero is ren-1al good ffclr.ig: the I To Rheumatics Others. A large sbCi'h' l.t thtsc Cans Rill: be ctJiisUintly keptin Duties of CumuitQriesTo ,is.it frequ.atly their 'J
; the land. I trust it will the flood ftur(. Persons wihhing to supply themselveb should I respective WarJs-to report Viol fion of Ordiaao- 1
and faithful servant. yet stay detnons'iation is fl1Oall! suffering from Rheumatic :
good not l'nt.wsl\stc-thc persons Complaint !
.
very : the fi nit r near nt Land.AH of Matter deleterious
: Nuisances
:, road cpplv immediately: cs season ces; ; Collections I"
fionj the .L
lescue us only the! ,!ftr remedy SdfnulnlincfLinimntt. 4
jK'ril'hich
.. ; we a positive Juy's :
The 'ote was tli-n: announced, beiny ii9G 1 hurrah": I 1 boys being all id Cincinnati.BOSTON Cans: II.)'. l r.ro'mai'c bv the undersigned ar.d warranted i Health; Vagrant* ; a.dtol\ctjointlas a Board of
f,,'.- Mr. Buchanan. [!-.......&.:".,. clieetij-g, which I patriot: cnntetii]Lies v.i i h dOlt and :Irprcll.CII :; i It has been effectual in the pen>iuncut eafo. V.'M. I' SLUSSER. I! Health for the City-and as such oa the occarrrDC
of Clnotiia nud Ilheu'iiutic diseases. 'uliruandI ,
------- ----- --- - ---- -- -- I tbe Council l. wbkh trod to the better
to
}.id len given for the IWlli 1lel".] ------ : announcement! of )1 i r. f Buchanan's! by the use nf this great r\'meiiy. City re ay
|I
FILL. JORE of the Health of the
STOUM: City.
| I IN OHIO.! iX2AR i preservation ;
I T'-r sale "cucralhIIJ at \Vhi h- iile Bell-Air Academy
bv
Tiiifc ci.tiUMistic! cheerscrc '! UruigwU;
nomination
i-qnally caused
; We : ; soiit-: sensation in thi- Tallahas.ee, May 17. 1&56. 20
the !!
toAYES
give fulhnyir.g 1 from th New York
: ; I and I Kctail. bv & LIYLLY.Tall.ihas.ee .
givt-a for 3Ir. Dcaglas, :::d three! more for TALLAHASSEE, FLORID'A.1 i S -- ----- -- --
.Mr. Pierce.A Heiald, (i-xtenuvdv, quuti-d by Southern[ city. It is said one hut drcd guns will! > May 31, 166. 22-ly j I IOE JOE .

: I know-Nothinps.) Al'Urpiahiugof; the fired to-moiro\v honor of the 'PHIS Institution ItO lonsj and f.ivorahly known to '! .
posectof : : e\ent : '
motion was tioi Kia.Ii to nominate a ) llie} Ohio lId the mack : Plantation for Sale .L require: a description of its.conHnlt't'e. salubri- [ Any Quanity of Ice.
< audJ.ite for Vice I'lv/iiier.t: nud: f.ien ad- | Dt.'niocacy: PKOVIUEXCI:, Ii. I., Fiiday, Juno ,G, 1S3G. I tv of l'K.-Hti.ii and advantage, will be opened oa the I j
will sell! bale
] ] it : undesigned at private a
.!. -: .:t'd till 2, P. 1:1.viich; motion was v. ih.: Republicans" \\ : :J'c : :| The nomination of Mr.J Buchananvas re- S- :a([ .1'11'8 desiiabK! plantation, ten miles.. Tortl* first MONDAY of JCNK, proximo. j LOTS of the genome cool stuff just arrired. and f
.' ; hlslid: ufitlrng about the Fillmrt: Primary and advanced branches of English. Priiuary sale by the wagon Lad, owt. or the anuli. 1
o sv/n. 1 1Cul. East of Tallahassee.! conUiiiiiig! : fur Hundred acres of
:' toUts: for ,: ccivcd by the Dc-nii.ciats! leieith en- : Ivaneed Mathematics, the Natural Sci-uctra, j I
has yieat arid D. LADD.
nobody aii\ thing to nbotitthirn. By
bay excellent Oak and ainl haul One hun-
!. flack! Hickory pine ; J
of :
.
Pennsylvania, la\ing thereturned !I .hliev si '. nut roaiitt-d in: the: ft';lit.i .- 't!! .ia3n.: One hundred: guns were fired this died and fifty of which is unJvr cultivation. i! tbe CJ\&sics. and nIl branches usu.il in Southern lu .titution ;: Newport May 10, 185C. 19
lloor; thiiiKflor( the unanimous, vote i' ?, will be taughtThe ,: ---- -
wl.ich had bovii cast for Jr.mes IJuctJsr.an in i TLi-y arc that nisc.bo: tiji; .g, the: third party, : afternoon! in honor of the event. ; There are on the premises a comfortublc! dwelling i sub divilli"IIl': of the Scson: au J the rates of j: Just Received,
homo ail 1 necessary out houses, with: a nw gin
l.Is iOtiuks 1\ I land there is no )jjubabiliry that nioi: than BiLr.\sr house I r.nd I Ilusihh Tuition r.s previouflv adojitfl! and gU en below, will i: PER WM. E. PETTISFROM NEWOr.UUSi.
: pkiging ms'h'li:1; to con- Me., Fjidar, June: (G-G P. :. al. sen w. First rate well water good I
,'. ilevoticu; to the 1 I fifteen ur t\vor.ty thousand y.tt.s111 be i fiij'eJ on the place. For terms ol sale apry ,' remain unchanged. Any further particulars desired S. Extra and
t :: : t tIt. liis i n.rIs: The nomination of .Mr. Buchanan bthe Le ascertained bv apu'icatiou; to tie undersiKiitd.: O fBBI Sujxrfioe flour
I
thrown
thi-ni. '
.
u.e well! recthed.Ti.e away upon : to the subscribed, leji-Jing ('11 the piemisiDAXIIL -!. ,, may J. ALEXANDER. I! w \J 5 Bags prime Rio Coffee. ,
: How does Sam: like his prospects ? They Democracy was leccivpJ here with great L. IlUtCK.I 2 Tierces S. C. Hmu. 1f
; resolution: endorsing the l) : :11- Ii iff l .'iiu1 S.&.; Oi1 of Fire jlnh-
present Nay 24. 1856. 21 : of ptr
are cecrfWlv i idcd.: I ; 2 Casks Shoulders,
itni'x: tilln was then introduced: }bv. 31 r. |!;" -u- .enthusiasm. A large ciowdith a band o' : _ h_ ___ ____ ,__ __ Payable Qrartrrlir : 3 Bbls. Sugar hoist ol:14s",. I. t..

lI..L! resolution }btiig noes"1t'p i G-ography. and Privary Arithnii'tw, (Oial.) -0t'0! 5 Box* Clnrct.All .
put some j J fctiii l IJ ; salute. .
I are ft ? f l1ld cliiiiri i:; to the k-rn a
i-a$
'ndeJ, but the President C-i.1"ters, cc. I'or Wi'ittcu: Arithmetic, and Geography 1 ; of which will be sold low bv t

declared the I' pier in OoWt-go hnsbor, New Voik I while the! -- --- ---- :=-. ,. --- ,;E have reieivcd assortment cfGrahi CraJc! > i' Coiitiuucd .. .. . ... . .. 1500For S. S. Kl l0UT. i.
Vte unanimous! in the !iIiuiiJuv.! I an
: i jMr. j ,
lake
captains stillleI"1I r t cnnsidi.Tale;! :n- r ) 'I Enjluh Graiuuu-r and other ICuijiish -
qu i \ ) 'r' rr Straw Cuters 1 hiiliiiij Hoes.Nails
) ; 1 "Wending an -
. Peck, of :Michigan I : laid he protested j! titles ol ice floating! en old O.tao.: : iv I,._ H.l -M 7 J iJ 3 ; of all Sizes, Steelyaidd, Scale Beams, Lc. ite.'ALSO Studies. . . . . .. . . 2f o 00 WfcwncpDS.JOHN ;

r..:..hist sUthl c'ojicio.j.i lie would never ;;I --- -CC ---- -- Oa the 5th iiiit., l l's Itev. Jo oiLus[ AnJcrson, Mr! : For the Classics! . . .. . .. 25 00 1

coasect thit! the goat: Xoithwcit: should lie JciatiJereJ J I A Richmond contemporary whose in JAMES P. CniCnLow, to Mias i AMAMJA V. SMITH, all j I India Bubbera Belt rivet, Blind :, MayS 1,1356., -22 -- -- !
; pix'-king Copper ----- -- -- -----
aid stultified: by the supposition : (!:1.trnnJ* talents (our readess are under lastt :j of Leon County. ': Staples, and a good assortment of Carpenters tools- i TAX-ASSESSOR'S NOTICE.I. PBATOBIOUS.
lit the endorsed tin? administration: of Mr. : tc. s.ile
:; : I Building hardware itc. Fur by
j
I':.' CO. I :ing obligations. (le!: Dispatch) grows amus- : The EMTOE avails himself <,f this oppor. _; (;. & J. ltEG IXXISS. ;I. _' MERCHANT TAILOR, i

."'!\Vrigl.t of PeK::<\lvuia: hoped that irglyittx over \\htt! liC-jungcnly tTmsi I: tiiuity; to it-turn his: ackujw lodgements for the : May 24, 1&56. 21-4w I All Persons Interested will take Notice Dealer in Ready Made Clothing and J
: ---- --- --- --- -- --
t!:t, majority; rejoil cn :,t.\v Y fork should be i' A SHAHUUIMS<.-The fellotVs lhat Lati.some! and delicious cuke which accompanied tLc, i! T1LiT the Tax-Assessor's Books will Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. S t

--irkei: f fioni the and ii oider I tranntiun of the above iutcnstiu5 notice. Notice.JItS. i the 4p------ I ,
t. muios ; : that have Let 11 tent to Kansas J the _\IJUIiti l1 on 5

:.!: (!i isTt-KT.cvb wi;Lt be settled, Le wculd ; Eruijjrant Societies hive btc-n driving a harp -- -- --- ---- DAVIS, Milliner begs l leave to inform her i! Fifteenth Day of June. ; tr JJt1 J iL r.1:

tl-ra :'oiXilutivi Tt conin. both OBITUARY _.j thit slie will leave for New York .iu a i ; :
siinjj tecoirb SPRING AND SUMMER' 'i
business: with Sharp's! Rifles. Instead of an ,! f.-w days, and will return by the last of September, : All persons who have not rendered

::: to agco: upon holdinj: a State convc-n- i!I instrument of d<>atli, tlu-y have Departed this life on the 5th iut.t. at his residence i with a, large and fashionable asaoitmeut of floods in ; their Taxes in by the fifteenth of June, I CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES. ,
lion t<. settle! nt II nu orjiiuization and makejircitr.ra very sensibly ia Madison Cuuuty, Florida, Dr. JEREMIAh D. REID, ;i her line of business including bonnets trimming. ic., I
!iois fjr the uiMnati- fl i'i converted that into which will of the 'i may expect to find themselves Double I AM now receiriag au extemiv uaortm4W' of
n ( single remarkableweapon: a I in the fifty fcixth year of his age; after a long and ,. bhe dispose on moat] reasonableterms. I
"Taxed I Cloths. Cassimeres, Tt-stiugv, d'Ete. Whit
i I Ii and blame themselves for Drap 4I
t Ifc: >ti.i ticket. staff of life. Instead of shooting down IJor- protracted iUuest.hich, he bore with that resignation :i Brown and Fancy Linens, WbiU and Figunj Marseilles !
1
May 24, 1656. 21 I taxed I be found at all 3
Judge UeaidJey! (on tho part of the bards) der Rulfians at eight; hundred yards, they \hiih cbaricterizes thcLti.tin.n.. He leaves a deoted i being so as can ; all of which I am prepared to make ap CM *

;.ESUii'd the convention that the national demncratis ,! wife and idolized and relatives Notice--i times at the Drug Store of E. BARX- short notice in the most fashionable stjlw Iud 04 rea.i .
daujjhttr numerous Administrator's '
1 i i have shot dowI: their brother Yankees at i
party ef Xrvrork would woik and fiends, to mourn this irreparable loss he AnD, Jr., corner of Iunroe aud Clinton cuunblo terms.

hect'uly! and persistently for the success (,f 1000 miles. IJeecher, Greiley and Co., sup- A LL persons having demands against the estate of Streets Tallahassee, Florida.L. ; -ALSOA ,
!
effcctionate and devoted and
was husband father -
an j JiJohn W. Argyle, late of Leon deceased, !
ti.e ticket f for the union of bothailic dL'aliuir the of freedom with county C. DEMILLY ; I.4Kcm AM WVTT, ..! .-t.-r.. ._lOr nv
ily
; { ;, ai< { champions Sharp'- : warm and sincere friend, and a kind and indulged i are herehy notified to present them to the undersigned I! ,

;pad ciilfieuhits.Mi. Rifles which: the said champions; box up and ; master; and for many years before his demise a con- 1, administrator' duly niitKot.t.c.ted wlihin tne I :J. tlJ-,18sel. i READY-MADE CLOTHiNG,
Ludlou time prescribed by law, or this notice will be plead I Ij B. Persons affidavit before
shiiiiuriows X. i of Ca hmerett Frock
t-xpiescd on I sistant member of tie church nhich he I making Cucsi ting iu part and S.ok.
I East ,
1 send] back to the selling them at reduced : Baptists of their and all
bar indebted
iu
to j
the put ol the sotts.t 1Gur. j recovery ; persons a Justice of the Peace of their taxable I Fancy Colored Flock and Sack. Drap d'Et Frook
proved by his orderly walk and conversation. said to make immediate ;
estate
and then are required payment t
price, demanding snore Sack and Business. Alpaeea Sack and Buaioeaa.TVLita
; eynour rose ::id maue .in able and I the will be received I
B. -
C. LEWIS same
1 when and Co. lie sleeps in Jetus and i is blest thereof Admfr. j property, I Brown and Fancy LVneo Coat Black D.ap d'Et. ADd
COlt'II.torSiC.i, i.liudi.ig V.t I. arms, Ireeley purchase up May 24, 1956. 21 { their Taxes.Tallahai:3ee .
How sweet his slumbers are.1 ; as : Summer Cowimere l?anU. White and Fancy liuen
"l'tf1 the democracy,' cf New York was uni the identical weapons and bend them again : --- -- May 31, 1S5G. 22 I Pants. White and Fanft/ Marseille Vesta, Facer lu,1!

ted, aiid promising to return to those! hll"Jj|j' to Kansas, where they! are foitlnvith, bored : Walter Gwynn, : Pltin Silk Vests. Shirts Collars Crank, tiodera t. ,
I Hosier .fcc .
0:1 dave. Groceries j Drawers Gloves -,
up again, and so forth, ad infinilum! the proceeds i i OFFERS his services to persons, wishing to enter Insolvent Estate Notice.State : JOHN PRAETORIU8.
The :esoluiio were then adopted and i : Sides, Shoulders and Ham, 1!| the U. S. Land Office, by locating Laud j April 19, 1855. 16
the! convention tilL! 2 going: to buy bread Iud meat of the BACON Warrants otberrise. He will also Florida, ) !
adjourned p. I Plants Extra, and Superfine, i] or give prompt | } -
1 Missourians: and miserable vhibkey to kcej : Coffee Rio, !j j attention to such busine ns may be intrusted to him i County of Leon. J I For Ch.a.rJ.es1oD..

GEO. P. BCI.L editor of the Democratic : up their drooping Fjiiiits. It is a sharp business i Fur Sale low in lot'to suit the trade. !> in either of the oilier offices in the Capitol. Charges j I In'ilI.Le ALL person )havin! claim aguiiist tbe Estate of I

Review stabI I of Yankee round, and tiuly: ) ed'fung Ito j! B. C. LEWIS. i reasonable corresponding to services penormed. IBc'iug { Jiukina, late (.f Leon county, deceased, D.1ILEY Expected to arrive. The Brie
was dangerously I if not fatally I which will IrcTe with
in Land Office he ofcourss dupatoh
June 14, 1S5G. 14-St i iI Deputy the State | are hereby noti6ed to present the same t. tho Judgeof I
bed, Wednesday tveiiing. during an if-- behold. ; j i ii will mak no charge for business in that Depaitmeut. | Probate ot Leon County. at his office iu Tallahassee fur the above Po't. Being her hilt trip fur this season 4

, fray in front of the Ilurnct House, jL'iucinnzti. i ; Male i May 17,1855. 201yGrandSpeculation j I on or before the first Monday in December next !I PlaDt.ersVIll do well to avail themselves of this Op'..

j I Ia A Ilkh'Scraion. 'j i Quincy and Temale!;j I i I for p.ivment. prorata. tnnity of supplying to Charleston. ,I''

'" -- *- i; Where is the man: with his harp of a thoii- ACADEMY. I I II'JOO D. W. G\Probata.VTNN.Judge New Port April RICHARDSON 19,1856. 4 WHTTAKB5.18

"I S1ZZJ) Cop :cd. : ,__ I II
sand stings ? 24, 1610. 21ifotice -- t
May
NEI% YOUJ:, Juno .").-Thtbrig CLina' : TIxt Session will bp-'in on the firt Jlon lay j I PRIZES 00,000 DOLLARS j A.W.DAVISD.D.S.
---
rl"IlE -- ----- --- --
i I The following lich extract of a sermon July auJ cllfItinuc.c M nilhs. This i is the t
" }hence for ---- -- -- ---
. Philadelphia, cap r'll off the Hock RESIDENT OFFICE,T TALLAHASSK FLA.
olJtt and iTifisit <*ruiuuent insiitutioii! : of the kind ii .
Iocs much of its humor, because we cannot p Havana Plan Lottery ;
ic a squall on Tuesday evening. The crew : the state, and ha! lieui for u.'iiily fourteen years und I I IlEREB warn all persons; from trading, for a Important Improvement in ArtiltiC. ,

were saved. put in: print the sings i nig ttylcxind appropriate >-r the charge of its pi esent Principal. It i is proid..d JASPElTcHJNTY ACADEMY note, given by me und Joseph' Williams, and Dentistry,

1 gestures that accompany it : : with a l large and valuable! 'CLemi'l\t, PlllluliophiI I made payable to R. Garbtiii, and Hyde, given name y which the face nfttored to it* original con tuor,

,! cal and Mnthenatical! apparatus, which, together with I LOTTERY. not recollected, for three Hundred dollars dated 21st B and with it the low of tbe teeth
The supplied ao a*
Canvass in Il iana. )) friends sin makes the
purtiest
i ly young nu extensive cjblOetol.\1\Ocral! afford superior.ad van i Apiil. and made payable! 17ih May, 1856, the Cor to elude detection. Samples of tbis uflproTeineot
The cnnvass i il Indiana is progressing man or ooman' in the woild, ugly i.h. And i U.irt& to students in fcitl re. Able, efficient and faithful I j jBY sidetation for which said cote was given is not a valuable be seen; also temporary sets inserted on mal

with great sj.isflt.1; The Louifville Democrat ;: i'il tell oa how I know ah ; as I was comin teachers, are cmplovcd in the several departments, | [ ACTUOKITY or THE STATE or GEORGIA.] Considetation. nod I am determined cot to paysaid Gntia

1 chuich, Ih. I in : averaging one to every t"'el.ttu d t'IiU. TiicCr.urfe ]! I note, unless! eompeled. by law.MATHEW. Purcbn I
: to to-day saw some men
f.IYS ; up i is extensive. Studeitsofcitberscx Gln ISLEY. In a few hours, so that having te t& .
instruction parsons n
: maybe .1'| 10,000 Numbers only 1 Prize to 8 Tickets !
The raioas
: anil a volunteers on the rostrum :: purtiest young man I ever saw in my life au.AflI h-ge and young gentlemen may be prepared for rum imc'ieial CLASS N. i irr'O __ n __ __ ,_ ,__ __ ., __ I' Children's teeth extracted and advise git en to parent I 4' -

have issued appointments in vatious, sections : as I drew nigh unto him I discovered pursuits or fur enteiiug upon the ctudy of the HallMaI I NOTICE. i in regard to the management and treatment ,of the
learned irofoewons A limited number students of be drawn June 16th 1856, at Concert S teeth gratis. All operations warranted to suit th
most
marvels and !
oif ihe ijtaleto address the heal 1 If daily, cointneneing .' that they were playing uv they sexi-f| > mov be n'cummudl1tcd with board u tbe j jboti I ->u, fta-. under, the sworn superintended of CuI. j AS we arc anxiuus to close our business, we would 1 iastidious. Will practice in the principal ttnra S

between the 10th j.nd 20lh <.f June. j' all drew nigh unto a place what they called family of the Principal. Bnard may also be obtainedin I Geo. M. Logan, and Jas. A. isbet. E.q. rt-qiH'st all those indebted, to the firms of Tho& i throughout the State. References: the Faculty of

Vi'Hiard and Morton, the two candidates for taw ab, and they marveled ah. And this bcvetal oilier tnilis in the towu. at prices varying This Lottery is drawn on the Plan of the Royal I IL Cnchlow the last to marvel Lottery of Havanua of Sinle Numbers : this has on. j call aud settle tbtir accounts immediately either by I he is daily operating for.
governor, have met in debate several times :1 purty young man was one ; from ?10 to S12J prr nu'iilh. For further par
of tuition &c.. lc. Iv 10,000 Numbers and the Havana Lottery 8 .OOO j cash or by note, or they will be placed iu the bands i Api128, 1856. 17
1 i ind Willard Las fliycd Morton alive. Mor- I all, ad when he marveled, he jumped up.and tic lurs retpectiug rules regulation, Numbers-the Havana 249 Prizes-this 1200 1'rice. of uu attorney for collection.CRICHLOW. -_ -
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1t t ion is saiJ, however, to be very small l pota- i i flapped his hands like a rooster does his WIngs apply June to 7, 185C.* i3! -, Principal. Look to your interest! Now is the time FISHER i CO. I REMOVAL OF INDIANS.- 5- .

' toes, and Willard ought to have compassion i ah, and says he, I wish I may }be d dif I May 3, 185C. 13 i -
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t. upon him. The democracy L/diaua are i I I haint fat ah" And oh my friend, theni I CAPITAL $15,000 -.- iI I TIlE War reward Department for baring authored aJHr' ,,

" all sound the issues of the day, i| I thought that was the ugliest young man I I 1 Prize of . .15,000 i is. . . .$15,000 ;, Contracts for captured or induced to living in for Indians, who may be ,
upon great Trestling. come emigration. I will
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1" . .5.000 i is. .. . .5,000 i I
in life h. And I i
i and will roll up a tremendous majority for the j i ever saw my : opened my : i 1 .. .. 4,000; i is. . .. .4,000I i' OtTIOE P1 :3.COL.UD GEORGIA R. R. Co. I pay the following premium for hostile Indiana d.lir- "

. democratic candidates for President and Vice J mouth and spake unto him thus ab, says I,' ': I . . 3,000 is". . . .:3.0'JO' Tallahassee, 29th, 1856. ) ered Fort to the Commandiag Officers at Fort Broolo or I
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': J1t sident." *: young. man. this_ .is, not the.. wayto_ -salvation.. I I I Ij I 1" .. . .2,000 is. . . .2,000 ;; "13ROP03ALS are April invited for the con For Myers each warrior SouthFlorida. ,
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I living ...t250
*" II .. . .. .. . to f 300. j
a-- i And said he, cia nor-e, H you han een sai1 j ji 6 l.OuO are 6.000 1 .; JL struction of wooden culverts and tres- : 44 .. "

{ 1 i irated as bad as 1 have, YOU wouldn't wantto I II NOTICEOF 10. .. . 500 arc. . . .5.000 I tling on the line of the Pensacoln and Georgia ; woman 150 -JOO. .
Rio! in Cincinnati. Aid CO 44 . .. ..SOare. . . 3,000 Rail Road from the junction with the Tallahassee The b"yonrtt'Dyearaliring.. lOOtot'oo.< cf if,
CINCINNATI I hear talk o[ al\'lItioll"! now my j jI 120"' . . . .25 are . . 3.000 l ail Road to the Suwanuee River. Some cf the workis : infirm highest rates will be paid for all except UM t.-
June 5.-George P. Bucll, said he very and helpless, and ia these aWt I lew.
I j friend/, when that ar' young man : 500 Approximation Prizes 20 are. . .. 10,000 required immtdiately. The construction of the rest than above iodieateA uses

editor of the Democratic Review, published! : was fut, ho told a lie ah, for ic was as lean Withdrawal I ands inFLORIDAANDALABAMA. 500" 10 are. . .. .5,000 may be deferred, to be completed as the graduationof ,J.Captain C. CASEY.u.S. &.

at Washington, made a speech last night in as that liungrjlooking bister over thar that's 1 the road progrc.es. For further particular and for I Ft Brooke, Tampa Bar..
12,00 PRIZES, AMOUNTING TO $60,000 !
plans and drafts, apply at this office. :
while the hat is April 26, 1838. I
front of the Burnett House tho I always a praying so pious 1'-1.
denouncing : ,5 E. C. President .
lllves S -Qaarters 82, j CABELL
Jih And Iwends if Tickets 810- O. i i.
around -
: bein' passed my ; 10, 1856. -
j jJ know-nothings and abolitionists. He was in. 1 Prizes i'ayablc without Deduction.! | May 10 i AGENTS WANTED .
jI J that young man hadn't been blinded by sin, I ...4. I ---
I terrupted during his remarks by an individual I he coulJ mistuk for old horse Persons sending money _" mail need, Dot fear 'l ite 1 Citation.State
an To
never a me pursuance of the act entitled An act granting I Sell by SubscripU'on. a Complete llitforyor
IN I Orders attend 1 to. Communications -
in the crowd ; and the matter finally cameto : lh. public! lands, in alternate sections, to the States of being lost. punctually j
1 1I aid in the confidentiaL Bar'k notes of sound banks: I of Florida ) To the widow or next of kin of THE
and
I Florida Alabama. t construction of
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blows. In the melee, Mr. Bach was stab- -- --- -- taken at par. \ i-f Lecn ,| Richard Regan, deceased :
I certain railroads in said States, approved 17th May, County I I
bed in the back, tho knife penetrated the i What Do the Physicians Say cfj ; 85C, all the lands lying within fifteen miles on each !' Those whhing particular uimbeis should order im- \\J HERCAS, a petil'ou; has been filed in my ofT

and j If.tAXE's VrttJIIFUGE TEETAEED BT FLEMING BEOS I IpST" side of the f.llowing railroads and branch named in mediate: ] T flee for the granting of probate of the nuncupative Iffit 2il I'A'L. ii.ii.Now
lungs, inflicting a dangerous wound.- Address JAMES F. WINTER
f slId: net, to vit : From :t. John's river, at Jacksonville will of tho raid Richard Recan, you are hereby
; His condition! this morning is critical, as his 1 Listen to the testimony of nn eminent plnbi- to the waters of Escambi.i bay, near Peusacola; Manager, Macon. Georgia. nutifvd that I hare appointed Thursday, the 10th

, ivouiid bleeps i chin in favor of M'Lnne's Vermifuge \vhich is tow from Amelia Island, on tho Atlantic to the waters of I May 17, 1856 20 day of July next, for the bearing of said petition, and Ready. One ,ot octa\"o.

internally. 4 | universally acknowledged to be the best in use ; even ;< Tampa bay with a branch to Cedar Key, on the -- you are hereby cited and called to appear before me I j

i members of the meuical faculty (who arc so often opposed Gulf of Mexico, (except the Tampa bay portion southof New Groceries. at the Court-house, in Tallahassee the day aforesaid Illustrated with ) ngravings .
The Methodist Church in junction with the Cedar Key branch ;) and from at 10 o'clock A. iL, in order that you may contest ,
Episcopal genrul to the use of patent medicines,) cannot with-i I Received on Consignment which we offer (he same if think fit.r I "
Pensacola }Florida: to Montgomery, Alabama, have, JUST you Including a large Colored:Map of ike teat rf.
conference at Indiauapoli, has had the I j Lold the approval of this invaluable remedy: 'I I ILIXD by instruction from this office been suspended from l for cash. Given under my band aud seal of office, I War. Also Chart ; :

subject of before it for several Stark Co., Ohio, January 8, 1819. sale and location, until further orders. 30 Bags Coffee, l L> "M this 7th day of May. A. D, 1S56. a beautiful dramt by"
slavery days r
j (: 10 Tierces Rice D. W. I an Artist eight months ia tAe Crma; .
GWYNN.
I have used Dr. M'Lnne's Worm Specific, prepared Given uu/ler my hand at the General Land Office -
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on a proposition to introduce iu the church at the City of Washington, this twenty-third 100 Bbl Lime, S Judge of Probate. a complete and uliable] History ofth'"

discipline a general rule forbidding the traffic by Fleming; Bros, Pittsburgh, Pa, in my private praej j day of May, 1866. 600 Sacks Salt. May 10, 18M. 19-60day BEING from itacommeneenientt its elo*..' Alt

tine, anJ am prepared to say that the umparallleed THOS. IIENDRICKS, Comm issioner, RICHARDSON & WHITAKER. tho accounts being from eye ritn MM aDd parried
in slave and the boding: of slaves for selfish success with which I hare prescribed iU use, %Ht June 7, 185*. 23 Newport, May 17, 1856. 20Executor's parts In the scenes described. Persons leading Y3 CO

or cierceoary: purposes..- The conference, of- for children and adults, induces me to say tIle iuo t I $10 Reward. will receive a wimple copy and morroeeo bid ih-

ter a Ions debate, vated.it dou-a-123 to 02 in its favor of any specific or patent medicine ever before City Council Notice. Notice. JLl T) UNA WAY from the subscriber, in Leon County, a subscription Letter confining bo*. age full partietUan prepaid oil by tlw onmiTeawiOi ierips with

-as .QQvvise introduce. this subject now. brought to my notice. The mode of administration AT a meeting of the City Council held on May 29, (ON Monday, the 26 instant, I will offer for ul. before dark; complexion negro boy about SOLOMON five feet about ten 85 inches yean old, cf agents -which are rery liberal. ,Earinf be.DIa

.'the smallnMS: of tbe dose, and the ceijainty of 1856. It was the Court-House door, in Tallahassee, the will give tea dollars reward for the apprehension Iiigb.and J publishing business i fc few JJAthe past luis.

HopEtEssLYDEKA\GED. its e&eacions effects give it, in my opinion, a decided Retolvtd, By the Intendant and City Council of summer residence belonging to the estate of John-8. delivery of said negro to me. uninjured at planta. the most satisfactory refereue.'irin alvajs U fir*'
my
regret (says in Bell Air the lot 'ben desired. Mdre.s "*
situated
medicine of the kind before Tallahassee, That the clause in tbe revenue law of' Shepard. deceased contain tion near Centreville. JOHN C. CAENSHAW S..
other
the Louisville} Courier) to learn from a gen advantage over any 1856, relating to Hawkers And Pedlrrs I be no construed ten acres of land more orluu. Term made May 10, 1856. 19 )I. M.ANthrIELD: PpLXIXU,

that the publie. as to conform with the law of the SAte, to far known on the day of sale.ROBE1tT. 184 York SU"eer.l'I B.Ye..c...
tlemanrojp/ Barren county the Hon. pyParcliasers will be careful to ask for Da.- !1'- as to except from iU penalties venders of charts and H. GAMBLE, ExntV. May 2, 1856. II .r

Jam 'G. Hf rdj.lieutenant governor of the LAVKS CaLDIU TED YmuroGr, manufactured by atlases not books ordinarily so termed. + MaIn, 1856. 29 BumingPhuid'fly f '
RzsU GB
Slate, is deranged rather has sank into BfLOL 01 Pitltbtirg. Pa. All other Ver. From tbe Minutes. C. HUTCHINSON, Clerk.- ,' qJ1 8!_
or a FLmnto June 7; 1856. 23 Hoties.ALL a uperior Quality, Just received and for tala PER'JUWL FISH.1

tate of almost,mental l imbecility. His raem_ mifuges, in Comparison are worth].. Dr. M'Lane'sgenn'ine '-F by .AMES & L1VLY. ICES: : Jli> Cdee, .

is' Vermifuge, also bis Celebrated Liver Pills, Notice.S persons having claims-against' the estate cf May8l,1856. 33 30 20 Boorea M'tWtba 6fi,. '
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Dry entirely gone, acid his mind i i.hopeless W, Mann dsceitsed late of Oadsden oountr .
'to K
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I ly shattered. HU physicians think he will can DOW be had at alIrapctabU Drug Stores." None weeks from date 10 shall apply to the Hoa BJe hereby notified torpresent them to the uzder- FE sii'GARDEN"S EDS. 10 BbJa. 1Ipi Iiid t.h.

genuine without the ttynaturtof 18 Judge of Probate of Leou county for letters of s; edEre utrfx-withra'the time prescribed by law, I.
not recover. _Mr.. Hardy has long been in FLEMING BROS. administration upon the estate 0f J.veGremlate( of 'on this ooUea WIU be plead in bar' of their, recovery, GROWTH OF' IMS; "I '1 k pa1

bad he 1th. Daring-the-seseion.of the legislature Sold at all of the Drug. Stores f id Tallahassee and eaid S cpunty, deceawi. .'and *n those indebted 'are 'ftqc l ta'inaks' paj.. T IV TTtA .flag*. Plat Turnipi Cabbage. Beeta. to .5 .-A1Q .0 ir .
juat ;
JOHlfDL'GGAR.AIJF.V meat immediately. rM6.ecf. .
the' pvt trinter he wu confined -to:his"a I by ooo agent in'encrjr.towti in theflontb.Jnn OUERN. MARY MANN, ExtrV.June S AMES i LIVELY. l Md buJ'. :!.i.B.'f'W'-.i1t'-

-t.'fn Inrvo* ration of tho time. 14,1MfI.4hr h. 21, 18M. 21-6w 'T, l6*. :.- a Jawxtry 5, aUA' 1. .' KM 1J11H. : ...: r. j ._ .
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TllOIWASWII'ITE For tnattufacturirg Liquort,"Cordial, !CT r
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FLORIDA AND GEORGIA.t .
r .- .IflB > WHIN'S
Al examine DAVID 0. largo nnd DO CERTIFY that in the year 1S54,1; visited BesrngeVrnegar.Brtter..Srup,
; selected stock of gnods purchased by him TV/TANUFACTUREU Copper and Sheet Iron I Dr. W.'Moselcy's Infirmary itt Giitlin, Ga.. for the I FACT ORY. in want e.f wool. L.cnecWmrrt,, &e.
----1 VrEfl. itFUGE self, consisting not only of the realities of life, but a1o JL\JL Ware, and (IC tier in all kinds of Plaii and Fancy of obtaining relief of a painful r.ii'.l ditressimj *- J:\_ Tofecoj its-Lurrztracting "
purpose very ALL l3 OF LIQUOH TAX BE JtASlFACTCBED fCt 12
those article well adapted to please all, not only in 4 Tin Wnrcs, takes pleasuic in informing the citizen CAXCEB of the nose and eye. My nwe was Would ask the Fanner it far and near OcxxT rtn: OLio (' TO

I qualify: and styles, hut in rk.es. Thisstock.is not only of Tallahassee and the surrounding country, that he is all entirely leforu 1 vial ted the Doctor, besides To fend their Tannltdjleccei.
s JbEEER: SILLS. large, but selected paiticr.larly'Tor the Florida markets now prepared to wait on all that wish to patronize I a very deep gone ulccration on my check and about my Jf. free from dirt, the wool they wajh, AN OUTLAY ot2 will!! furnish time appamlujfor

*" ? ;-- which he feels assured ho will be able. o sell! a? him iu hi-i line of business. He also tenders his thanks I nm and proud to that Dr. Mosely Twill card, spin weave it. in a flash, Converting Whiikey mind Water' into thft'ifftjng.
low, not for cosh the his friend for the ye. happy say JV>; Montice-1! tiiii is rLIJP.Whet. eat Vinegar in 26'hours, at a cost oftwot thfe'ecec
Ttwotibe Preparation* ef the Age. only and produce of the country : to and the public generally very it\d relieve me. and, had it not been for my having to .1 )*
but also to ihoseuho have been dealing with him liberal pitronflie: ; with which he has heretofore Wen tnvflf to extreme cold bad weatl.i, I i ido Cotton \f-irp md Filling* *pun. per callon.
expose \cry
for y cat s. All those wishing to purchase we woulu favo-rd! and In Impra that a continuation of the satan believe lint I would have had no return of tl.e Where O.'cta'trg, (unit none excel) Tire *-nlf! res,eh necessary: for Ibis purpose ar<

I They are not recommended advise to cull and see these splendid will be traioted i him. dfcea*. I visited the Doctor a second time and he j' Oreo seen tu buY, nt once c'niipfh.A Wine of Wli-key: barrel. Vubtanoes with which

; Qlnee. Chcne Satin Plaij and striped, He will constantly keep on hand a full "supply of all relieved! roe 'rg.miu and so far as the.( various leports !II list e-f price-s here ice add), they are fillcil. for the purpose of roaJiirtf Vinmr*
as Universal I Solid au 1 Plaid! P.roeade, 0 soils t of Ware usually kept in an establishment of his I nliuut the Doctor's injuring or fulling; to r.i.vo me, j Send em 'tnmr irw/ and tnnkc us glad.15od con r>43 found in any cf the h-res's cf Amencn.

Oro i de Rhincs an I Black Silks, of dl price- antI him; of biiMiuxss. A full 'assortment, of Sheet Iron, thov are positively faNe. As remuls Dr. Mu.stIeys tour tint' ris.fili! of Sntithnn infn, Persons without the slightest knowledge of this bus.

Cure-alls, but simply for quahtis.Black. Sbri't Lc-icJ ; Lmd Pipe'; Sheet 7.inc, Cistern Pump, ; skill in the Trentmrnt of Cancir*, 1 know of no 1'hy- This "FvirroiiT" still Iccdi tie Van, mess are led imperceptibly Into the process of tnnnufacture -
anti colored Velvets anti otber articles too to In qunll'ij, tilt-re's few can dare whie-h i il by no means complientrJ.
a grer.t jnany numerous men sicun in th} woild I thnt I would .-.>(oner rely en than: !II
what their name I Solid and plaid Cashmeres and reriiioeq. tion. I him. AsaSUKr.L'ON'and( ) I'JiVSl'L'Nhe!: is equal j (\\njulric) wiiii il t.ctmd'aIc. Tints work U tt, be found nt- Ko. f:) Camp street
$ purports. Solid, plaid, and figured Ditti.s.: TO BUILDKKS. I anti at the book store I7i>. 40 St. Clan ,t street,
Io any in the Si.iilhein States ; and, I am happy to j opposite
Embroidered, phi 1 and black AIay that I fiend him to bo a perfect gentleman and j List Prices Terms, 6cc. the St. Charles Hotel. Price $2 pet ct,py. Tha

*. Black Bomlriziu-j: Pipes Ac nil of w hieh he promises to do in the most Philanthropist, and! advise all perni3 afflicted with t The Jefferson Southern Right*. Cotton and Wool amount (two dollars) cnn be sent per inkl) "in golili

The VERMIFUGE for Spanish and Mohair Idai.e4. work man-like pittimcr nnd style, nnd of time best ma Cancer, to visit the UOCTOU as soon as possible and Facte-ry, situated 1J mile East ofMonticell<\Jeff-nonCo and the work sent per return mail purchaser must enclose

Ladies black and colored Italian cloak clotb*. teii.il, on shortest notice out! most reasonable terms I have their health restored. RANSOM COOPER. Floiidu.on the Stage road to Alligator Flail's now 20 cent in stirrups to pre pay and Register th.

,; expelling Worms from I Black and coloi cd and silk Talmas, IIa\Iiiij been engaged for the ln-t eight; years inbusines I Rome. August SOth, 1855. in full and successful operation cmploving the latest Book. Address HENRY WALTER' i CO.

- 1 i English plushed Tulmas.; at thi-s plaeo he think it unnecessary to re- &f Mr. Ransom Cooper signed the nboVe in my i improvement, both iu Cotton and! Wool manufacturing ; Publwliers.

the human Dotted and embroidered lace Wila, cnnrncnd, : himself any further to the public as rejrnrds pre-iiee. THOMAS[ PKRIIY. I'o system has i $o1id. pl.iid and( figured Bareges, I New York New The great value\ of this work has been suffi.cienlly .
his cap d/.lii! aa a j/iech.uiie.; but nt tie ame time he.istjrt ; August COth( iSCo.Avfill brought the leading; price, both in ,
also been Black and colored Shalley. all thnt lavor him vith a call, ijivid work' and I II OrlennH and Texas. proved by its adoption ns a text txv.k lv the
administered I I Welch Silk and various liquor manufacturers of the city i>f New'Ycrk
Flannek. .
1 cunze; I cheap; pi id?*. I Ca".e of Cancer Ciivcri. The Company offer for sale at the following piicts.Viz .

with the !i! Rod and yellow riiimiels! Having; i leniuvcil I'nuil l lime old -f: lld f.irnieily known I THIS ;it t. certify that Col. S. H. Ilanu.: of Craw- : RECOMMENDATIONS OFTH PRESS.llib .
most satisfactory Opera[ Flannels of all coWs. :as Wli'titSius; ? : r. he wiJl l.r found at 1m stand corner with Snpciior Cotton \\arp, fill Nos. a SO cents a work will be found to supply the dealer? io Henmr
in time Can-
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.4 results Iln Lnce;lish and 1'reneh cnsbn I i-lere various and
to animals \ linen C. Hindkcrchiofs, WHITE.
- > .n nil hi, friendTHOMAS luaatia s.diviil glands had all become much *. guide amid all the Varied and intricate proeesscis of
alit very >
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: j CoU.irs, IlanJkcrchiefi and UnJersl* Lee. l. 16.)5 4S di-eaaed. and his constitution neatly mined ilr. lliir- Fi.r a les quantity, one dollar per Bunch. I this btiincss.rica 71ulre.

subject to Worms. I Etnbroi Jercd Cliemoi ette and[ Colhrettei i I ris had been: under the treatment of eminent I Ij For Filling, th; J.une pric.: It were a work of sbptrerogation to prawe a book
; Blue, brt'wnan'l preen Veil B.ire"es kouiit i'ii,, ROIaItt. many Ib 10 cents by the bale of Mons. Iieour's The
No. 1 Osoabur } per yard, writing. volume before
and! tl the Ir. us It
j physicians, among :em! was great Shepnrd. -
Black
The LIVER PILLS for j KneVfiK T.\DIT.S I)I -ooied! 'tra w Bonnet-. lit Cii'I.'stoii. and also, the relebrati-d Dr. Mir-: of 500 yards, and upward" remarkable fur its cotnptetehef and the exact practical

Thread, Cotton and Linen, Lae-s, colored tinntri'nrned ''lonnets shall, of Macj'ii, fthn' tf-atcd his c.te twice wititit! For half a bahll lr i cent. elirtctions which it give Old manufacturers will
the cure of LIVER COMPLAINT j Cambric ani 1 riwisj edojin and Inserting, '' -' I i I ieiiifiug the liisca-e. lie finally went to Dr. Mr.ri For Jess than half bale or by the bolt, 12 cent find! all of the old tnt-des entirely iupr eeted. The
j Bobinet mid Mantilla Lace b'ac-k 'I Plain? wool Kaisov, heavy ue ns the Stain
i Ia I I, as I ho informed I me, the a thid; t time I arid he icfus- appear of
all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS j Colored Mennoc 5 M-lite -:otinm( nnd ;ilk I j v>d to do auylhiiig; matte for him. Soon after that tirn.1I The wool ih-piirtment; isvoithy the aitei.tii'n "f folly'' in the pre-cnee of (the new ones scgge tnl in
j Curtain an-1 lre
: Lace Curtii.-<, l Children and! Mi-sesslraw I meatOriflin readily removed by a machine for th* purpose, but to avoid n* far a possible line use of
SICK HEAD I hal! n.udc, and! tistted a m. a lust recoit. apparatus or
White, black and ?lute lm nrT.; '. .. 4. I.tti, I eum.uenced: treating his case, and in six \\veks t the the v'l! hoidd be. washed clean of dirt and dried be- I expedite (to the operator) appliances of any kind in

&C.Purchasers White and black nlk hosieiy"Ia Fo.rtr.lehy D.vwVIISON.. Cancer vas alliemoved: and the sore neatly; Ironical.Tl.i. .- fcre."ending it to the Fuctorv. The Co, Roheit the tire niaunftietiire of l.fjtirrs, .tc.-AVic Yink Timt.
ACHE, .; case was .seen and witnessed, by n ore thin five j. ,, : preparing and put
Misses colored Kid (Gloves; .lt I. ----S gIS I. ti ,.
inn is -an- inainoyiu img .: u.u wLoLe IIM 01 ; ,
I hundred 1 have the Cannr now in I 1se r1:1.: ractory oxpernneut- up i rmmsnwes trfin a Choice pipe
persons. my possrseion
_ will. please Ladies and O >nta buck and Kid Gauntlets, Bacon, Bagging &c. and! any per on can see it b\ calling at my office not fail of Mipport ; Floiid.i! has [been' l ng dependant of OtarJ Dupi.y, of the vinfapcof 1793, toa limpla
October 13, 1855. 41 her Nun Imerii r. ijl.bors f>r u ihojc articles-the na- and I'CUDOIIIWHI mannir >f niiikit cidor .
TL'ST received per latest arrivals from New Or- "i in Gnflin. 'I his ease was witnessed bv mi < ? iriintutap
be particular to ask for L ---- ------- f I l2.n: and New York, the following article which THOMAS .JONES. (;, iffir.. tom ial of which has at her own door. All wool! Serf [plr.s, by fermentation. A friend Las applied the roI
Til Leon
Circuit Court. In qui1ij. i they offer at the lowest cash prices : Dr. J. D. MARTIN' I ilnll receive strict attention. I I eipe for converting 23; gallons r.f whi-fcey infi.10 gal

Dr. C. McLane's Celebrated John Martin, Couijilauunt, I 15'Cai.ks Ij.ieon. 10 Bales llagv.iiig, "U W. \V I LSON. Wool Ciiar! es.i l lmns with the mi..t satifacttTy fejult*. 1h latter

rs.j j 20 BbK Flour, IS Ps. Sea Island do. '' F. CRENSHAW.I I I Duality does not p<-* e-ss nn equal amount of intoxicating -

VERMIFUGE and j John P. K. Savage, and his 30 Coils R. pe, 10 BbN. Whiskey, do certify that myself, and many other.-", of! this For earning" "in R'.IM BittS! for Matrasses 1 n 'ciiU" per" lbs.I } properties to the f..rmer.tl o\gh the 40 gallons

wife, Martha B. Savage, SOO !b*. Tm. 10 lJbk. Mess Pork place1, were ye witnesses to the ab >ve stated case, I I For "SpinitijjlO! a ns of a much fio-.r color, lacte, and odor.--V LIVER PILLS and Boiling Baker, Trustee I 50 Kegs Nails, and that )Ir. Harris left perfectly well.A. I: T<> be weighed after it is cattle) 31 .l.(ink.
prepared by wool into Plain Ker the
Complainants. J KlfllAKDSON ,fc VnilTAKER. H. HATTON. j For intnuf.icturincf eys Thi much talked <-f bJc 14 at l aiid. It cobtaiM a
i is 13 cents the Mill fuifiiahing the
appearing to th* satisfaction of the Court, that Newport, October! 27, 1S55. -13 Griffin, Uliy, 14, 1S.V2.To charge per paid mass information that perfectly astonishing rind
if I unit of the cloth. We
TT 1)deudinto, John P. K. Savage and his wife j warp or, ( pieforel,) one could nly have'bf aeq'iirfd from actual cbserTntion

umuoo Martha B. Savajje, reside beyond the limits of Florieb In Chancery-in Hamilton Circuit JourL : the Afllictctliof all Conditions.I shall twilled lx goods.prepar.-d Our terms in a s-hoit are cash lime I or to exchange manufacture for If you wish to see ingenuity applied, look in a copy of

viz in the State f It is ordered that Lacoure-n Liquor. Practicability to Lave been
e> appears
Georgia-
: Willis %V. Burk
Complainant,
do certify that I was most horribly afflicted with I wool nt time inaikct price, we will take cotton when the design of tire tiuihfr. No
and demur to the Com delays are to
SOLE PROPRIETORS Pittsburgh they appear plead, answer, or I necessary
v.
I Cancer lip, which cau=ed me pain indescribable the price U not above S cents.
a on my upper ascertain the rctuU fan
bill at litiles. to be held iu the Clerk's office application nih n recipe.We .
plainant'* /iihii V. Stephens, and Lnikiu McTyer.[ find Eliza
skill : .
After tryitt the rut'all tin: most JOHN M. PALMER. Agent.J.nr.wri
Pa. and take of this Court on the first Monday in August, 1650, Pilcber, John Pilcher, Thomas Pilcher, William Pilcher. p* ak fn-r.i aetna! au'ervaticumr.1iI. .uu.
no t.tuunt I'hysi'-'iana that I could heir of, and that S. R. Manufacturing Co.
( This >r'-c ill revolutionize the
else th said Bill will be taken asjaiii'-t wi v> present style ofninnut'.idurinir
pro cot'frsfo as notol Nathaniel Wicker, licit at law; of James
without relii-f, I case as hr.pele, ninl, as I li Mile East of MontJcello. I
gave my
up Yurie
them. It is fin thtr ordered that of this Order tiqwr.-e Ic IL raid.
a I Ij
.
other Pilcher defeated Defendant"
there copy ,
various
as are be fc-r months in I thought, with death staring rne in the f cu. But fur- April 19. If.'r; ;. lC-12t .acour'fl book for instructing in I he art ef snaking
thiec
"otae pubj j
published
j newspaper appearing upon affidavit to the satisfaction of the tu'i.itelv: for me, I heard'! of Dr. W. R. Moseley's great ai.d!
IT bottling -rvesvinj liejunrs
Iilieol iu the of Tallahassee. temperance beverages, '
other I city Court Hi the defandants Eliza Pileher. John I'llchf of this disease ami! Notice.
preparations now :it : encec&t'm the tieatnu.it: as a lat wines and for
vinegar timetable
Done and ordered at Chamber", this llthoC Feb.ruarv pure th..uldb
>r, Willian Pileher, and NatbamwlVicker, heirs at resort, I placed myself iuder: his treatment, and! in one the hands e-f hoase
1b3e. ; IX nunths after date, the undersigned ndniinisfra- in every eeper in tie country.The .-
,
: ;
'
before the Law of James Pilcher, deceased, rebi public, purporting .WAVLES BAKER. JuJgc.Fclm.iry L ) trix. of the Estate of R. E. Gibsi-n. deceased will ctp\richts! foibid, or we would give i nci readers
jurisdiction cf this Court, to i\it in the state of Geor- and! have been foeversince.ELIZABETH. this
of the
: K, 1836. 3m-7 JINKS. I present her accounts and votcheis to the Hon. Judge I morningr, some most tamable recipes that
to. be Vermifuge gin.It I of Piobale, for Gad-den! Courity, for tinal fettlement, ever appeared in print. How so nir.ch inforrnatic can
is, ordered that the sa-d defendants and! Ha '; '
appear Units County: May 27,13H5.
I for dollar is the
.Lme3 c iTreiv I and will apply to be discharged from the aJmiuNtntvrship i>e given two most a t >nihirg feature
,
answer the said nil, on or before the first Monday)
,
and
Liver Pills. All cornecled with the bexik.-iV w York T utev.LACOIR
I of said .tlte.
*!'s
'i ALLAHASSEE FLORIDA "
in Jane next else the same will be taken Pro Con-
X I.JrI'II)1] others in comparisonvith I Wholesale and Retail Dealers in .z4 i fesso," 1'roxided this order shall be published iu some BY DR. W. K. MOSELEY, SI. D. 10-Gm work on tie manufacture of liquors that we ever met
week for the
within this Circuit
Newspaper once a period
DRUGS AND MEDICINESPerfu'ncry with ; it cemtaius an immense: number of formulas for
of four Months prior to saul tin.c. I do certify that I was for many years bodily a filleted -
:
\\ Dr. McLANE's are Dyestuifi, Surgical Instruments, J. WAYLE.5 BAKER, Judge.3Iitchel with CniiCir on my Lip and Chin, I tried all the Hides Wanted. making every vsriety of iqnirs.wine.cordials, bitters
te. Time work is
j Spice" Snuff, Windows Glass, Paint, and Sfewait, Solicitous for Complainant. remedies I could! hear of, but found no relief. I finally ""Xnnn Ir![: IIIDT'-S: Wanted fr wlJchtler syrup vinegar. published by *ubeiipllon *

.worthless. ,..- .' c)Vanishes., Putty Manufacturer! Tulacco, I'c-biu.'iry 2. 1S5G. 5 'j hcirdof: Dr.) W. R. M--i-ley's great succors in the ) \)+ ) \J ILjhtst price vii be paid. ANi Ia.cr : in; this the! city.Mi'jscritVr! This aUi are oeahrs wou'd and impciUrsoilicpiois
and Glass Ware. Patent Medicines j treitment f Cni\r i atfrciions, vidited I ; ; him :itj and Otr>r-kin' DAVID C. WILSON e ;pt-ak mere inI

The GEuiNE\'fcLane's I Fine Soaps, Fine Tooth. Pure Wines aild Brandies; j BoozBindii.g.JpVIN j GriiYin; and! i-i 11 e o u-- 'i!< Ai.-ik.-hch'id I time (_'...nI 'rl.I.asiu.! Sc1atnLo-r I:5: ;;. I I: ve>r f>f said.th** reliability A' ft.Mutch Delta.of lie work tlan could to otLtrwie -

| and Hair Bi Kibes, f>r Medicnrd.[ purpneH, I ccmll lein-ived. I would'! advisf :ail th:it ale :iflint.uI t I Ia -
( pioei-.red the rvices of a Isindei, we 1 1. 1s5 :.
: Paint Brushea. I'mcy AiticU-*. 1 1with the Vermifuge and Liver '.w l to do :til 1 1 lii.-incss! eitainiiv.* !
:paled |
| .
Garden ijte-J*. IVia lIavani.Scjii mblo J r..-'t"red. H'v :'-. l-\_ !: :Li I !liia'I! f d'u.t! the no *t
Pills .' They have I'-C--ntli, r-'Cri1 ":! ft L-ny!;? bel] had
can now at I' Chn.-kvcCK, f.i.: KMANl'Ef.: HOMIN'TAS.I .
.' 'f Mtu-Its! usually kept
i 3pp1!/ ( f *' Vi-.i'icty i by j March 1.133i 9 D :. IIt CN t1) 'rIui: Cr.o rurz.urxi'riir's | LA COU R'3 PATENT 131!PRO VFD PROCESS
'Lujri'iM-*. Pl..nt tiid rhy.-icians w ill tlwaxa find j I anrycms-l'r.: .J. D. Mr.rti-i, (Gnflin. Gn.; I Hr. J.
ail respectable Drug artTilscvcr\t.in.j! neej I "NEW; GOOD'S"; j Y. :M. I'lK-ket, Earns county, Texas ; (;Ju-er Ci.-v! >p. ( : : rr1L'1surz (; ( &;x. Fr< ni.: .iri; ; all kinds of

j ded, and on th-s trm-t !ibr-d ttnns.Orders (irlilin, (;:t.5cit.ii2its. \fOW' iccriviri-j nt the well known old slaiid fir- ; Liquors :iml Viucgu%

Stores! ) fr--ni ti.- f .r-.tr.: f-ron-ply! filled ;iiiil ati-fjc ; T L10 \V L K & } L Y15 H S Ll rii-r.y ocetijiicd l>y Cark! it Stilhunn. a ijenerulioafitmeiitofSiipiior a bv H.e ue of Lacours Essential

PLE1ING. 1 ti"ii 'iiranxe-l, wi'h i ird hth t.i prices and qu.ili- % jg n'.w reeeiviuI. bv receiit : l4'a'.t Et3) I) CUlt'1. : ; I;, ady M 'ieClotLicgr.; Fuicirhiuij ; INSTANTLY:; .
\ I3ROS t._ .'.'iI4 fiorn New Yoik. fa-'j-' Good; Cl','l. (Cnimarcs: Vesting*, Jcc., composed 4
i ty. I'hvMcU'i's' : pre.-erii.ti'iti: en'f-iully C.flj(1UtiJt'I.Io.lppiil.s I Oil j : I LLT[ THE 1'L'BLIC! READ) | Tl e. c Oils! are oitr.ined by tiIIationnt tF.eChtw.
- Wnn i Fluid E\tra of Buehu.Jaa anti well sele-c'u! stock! of i'i p-ut: of the filhiwiitpj! :ii ticks : I
.Mfl : ooiiipi.ui i icnl Laborati (parish mf.Teti'ers.n) of Pierre Laeocr,
., pI ; Is nuicy t to the afi'ietcd. :mdthe'ratitit-! 1 high Fine lil.ick I Dr) s Frock Coat ry
5. 1 <:,1J. 1 1! Author e.t Licour\ Chemical i I
%naiVi4. nw.ur's
C. t\ So'e AVnlciif.s :i it1 Jewelry, ; Cheat
: Prr jprietors. opinion 1 t nii.it.a of 1)11.) MCHKLEY r.s a Surgeoni Black: and Cord Single Breasted Fiock and
-- tilll of lOMlCl t l.t *; l'V.v Ll'ln i--d )t.mrdpuLatiun.a{ I i xur cu Manufacture cf Li-
Coll-'i gem.v inrf ; 1 i'.I I kimit ilutv tomenti"1 p
V/ities, Syrups, &c. I ILD L'luYSiCi i .n. ( my !the c5: (> Tii's: : Clt ?, .
KOW ITA& 31JU, trold levers fcilvi-i ieM-r, hunting, ai!<'iiir. Irpitf und, j of iiI) wife. !ha.J>IHJ; at the -sisi.e time Hi.it :i'l 1 ptijoii-j L- : n.y C'.t--hfK-rt Oh': t]l4b. Jo (jUC'rP. & .
Nc.. 3 Ciiir ( \ Otur! Bran !v, hpiikhng Cikr, Cameo M' "aic, Coral am! all 1.1bosom I.AC)1'tt oil. OF CnCNAC. converts ceutral
SL Ntw Ogkiii quartier Watc-hes ; : ? < ; similarly afllirtcd may Iw bci.etUttd: by it. In tho Bhc-t; atvl C'doteJ Ch'th Oterc..ata,
tJencrnl XVhi-lca-ilvS ngoi.t for t.ewbora Stu'iri) States, to j jJ Old Port, 0d! I PutJuiw.Mi pins :ii: 1 eat rii.,", necMa-e. "ld am} jet ciosscs ,; iilrt put r.f thi* car, niy\r''? h.i.: | *evui| .m: !! Itaij.atO [ 'S liaek; 1)o.s L I'. it spirit to: a upeiior i'i'itatiun rf Imported Eramiics.viz .
aUcrJtisiauttbcadJiT! toil Brandy Ch. nie fi-r hair nn-1 hv'jcnco- : Otnrd, S:uzcrnc, Martt>, Os Ponltnev. S-;
a. ljo. fni f in- :.u 1 I.M.-UUS : rnakii tiitir nppfiiranci'in hi'r I tva-t ; *!IHV <*..jtitinue1 Fancy and'! CoIM ('aimaere Pa&t3, ae,
.: Sold by Ames & Lir Iy. ]>.lrJrj. jr. .MOSi ;; SliOii", Stdiiip: types; Rold I and! h;lir br.i'ht ; a larjjo af-oi trnent of to in''iease in sZ"; until the! nhilo bre.v-t: bcearia: I Black and Faricy Silk \'tt4, rete". United, ViiK'yanl I'rf p rtieu.Castillaun: and Li uelon -

Wui Co, iH.Iitir.Qnincy iL J. S. 31. Dvibon. Sparkling Gelatin; ?. 1'ioerved Qjinees, fine Jtii!, dinir.onrl rubj. p !-til I MI 1 % intt. onyx aud | a uisc.isid iii.<-'<, :rid iy: p.iir.f.ij. I piocureil the j jj '" Fancy \\-Ivct ml!,'. Dock Krandit#. The Liqat-rs will have a full frcityilivnr. -

: ; Gnrdner A !:ik;\.IcwpcrtV.' ; T. Caipea- Fhvoii'ig Kxtr.icta.; IVais.Ye.tsl cornelian linger ring's ; i;>'iitlernen's diamon l ins ; j best tiiedica: ] aii 1 :am t t'ii' ( ityof: !Ror'n. :mmm.1 I n.twith- j do. Cass. ilo. Casliinerw, and n beautiful frpirUicg color. ('cmtrt'mr

ter t Co, Wuukctnr j.j .jy & r, pe.> M.idi ->n 1 1'o-v.Iers, Tanmmd sleeve bnttcn pui-i, .-.t.neo, onjx :,.nd rnelian ; n (t..uiili;; the* earnest and fulti.ful altdition of the most i White Marsaiiks do. D. B.AL0 Uectified Whiskey w-ll be changed, by the use of> th ,

Talm-T-A Br*->_ MRSivJ .0 s.'Pulesten. M'-uticc-llo; Spa-iiJi! CTives. Spices, great variety of btudtiie( yoM, vest, fob and puard fkiilul phvfii.'u..<, tho Pfi'iinu'd to growirrc and I | Oil of Cognac, to New York Branely, Pine AppbDrandy.

IV'.ii-gcisiCo; Co.t j.joj.jn.eBaltzell A WiJ.-a- Corn St.*!.. Pi'kU-*. chains teal*. k.'ya, goli and -i\er pen and pencil c-i, worse, until I they g rye tie tar-e up :" iiiomatJe ni I j A the a-"soi tment .%f blurts. Collars! Cravats, BIf.ek, crinrr.on Cognac lirandr, itc.

on, Marianna; NituJ1u& Zei k-r, B.iuibiidg GJ.; WoiC-'Stoi-'Ii'ie: S.d.id Oil, ses, anl :s:tuthl: silver atjd. "-teel sr-ectacics, gold and] silver advis,d I amputati'-n. I was ret iseih by manv of niv White nnd! Colored. Kid! and Silk Gloves, self adjustinj LAC-qiTIi'S OIL OF KYE changes common R. l--

D. IL DickJnsna. Tj .a1irie K. Seixas: Thon.usxill. English Mastdid,' Caper*, thimbles.Iliiiiur lends toisit DR. W. R MOSELEY. of Grifriu, Ga". j .; Stocks. Cotton and Merino Under sliirts. Jcan ified WLbkey t" Monungaliela Kye Whiskey,*. old Vir

: Ga. Clarcf, 'LOCOI.A Flue Cttez'y :i1zL 5IIq. I which 1 did, nnd :a 't''iii .hin2C as it miy seem, hi lied .' Drawers, BIO-\II. Fancy.'C.uttmun, and Lisle Tlirend i V ginu Halt Wl.i-key. KourbcnVLuker,itc.
MESA LIVELY.Juniiaiy [ I her cvrtd >ri !in: inont/i nnd i I OIL OF CED1JAT ehanse' common Rectified
:: February 131S50.. 6-1 entirely ine jue < 111,1* 11(30.luite and C.lm'retI! Caiiibiie Handkerchief, all
1 kmves
y ) and! breu'nf.i knives uithost fik',
.*). IT-O. in ffnt'd lit'itli/t !! I Iv...>iiil .1.iuuv all who are afihekd | at which are offered to the public "ii rcna'iiabl terms Whiskey to old Iri-h Malt Whiskey, and a superior
and for ks in setta, Car Vel S :.nd I stfeliii Se, tine potk- article of Scotch
: witli Ciii lai,5, and! C.mct r m- a.T.vti IH, \iiitliie. rout) warranted as ouvl as o.'Frvi in this Marke'.- Whiskey.
Piano Fortea. 1 Plows PiofslA et c'lt'.urj. thnars.in irur, nut rri2di ; ii.e: double OIL OF PEACH chmiirejcon.mon Whiskey to Virginia
-
without I sitfed
Doctor ri3 am : : by .
delay experience f Call: and'I examine.Novembrr !
I.uiiiiittfdfUtl .ui.I! ftn'o twi
bandied i.'t *
: comtnon -
1 J'.hn Mo-.re's No. 1 and 2V guns that lie is time mott skillful Peach Brady, ic. Oil of Peach and Oilcf Ccgnno
ervatit'n '
%fl f'JniKh Piano LARGE lot Plow.s aol e> physic an ( 10, lSo5. -15:
arij
( fj -ii"iits''f i' liue and
rrcijarc shut > Vat ts tat I ems, will
: gnus; p j convert
to .
/ fr a'e' 1 States the treatment tf that ir.'r- common Whiskey AppleBrandy.
and Southern
in the
Forte*, of th best landing Iiom Mystic ? v in -
j
rriil ,
very q'l.ili'.y MrNAUG; ct ORJIOND. common powdir flicks elcirilncf rot l'3' Ely's caps and7i.i '! rible dmease-'umaeor. Manufactured Tobacco. OIL OF GIN converts (the poorest WLiskeytoHot-
the most liberal terms.
------. upon wail cuttel?, said inat.m nas f.r gv.us.riiths. land Gin. Se.heid.rti Rose Gin Swan
Schnapps, Giu.
,
2 WILLIAM II. MITCHELL
They are second to none ia. my country ciiht-r as New Poit, J.n. 12, 1SU6. SiJvcr auvl Ilitrtl Ware. F SHALL receive some -100 U'ixe3 of various brands England Gin. &c.LACOURS .
M. E. MITCHLLL
-- ---- ----
to quality or prize.Every"Instrument. -- -- L MuIkmm"! !
Manufact Tubacco
urea on consignment
will. be wai ranted. Cod Liver Oil.: silver table, divert and tea spiy.r.3. j-iivrr fotka! s"jp i icrtam II DiiVfj'iltr t'fJ. H" Tirodl>utyt Tiom', Git. CONCENTRATED ACID willin five
this lOu Boxes now the out.-
again on
- MILES NAS1I .t Co. Bran-o' II. ; ,, L-ieiieJ; butter nnd jitkle knives, jatcd! Rome, (;a.,0ctobr'25., ;. 1 51. season way hours afttr being mixed, eliarije five gallons of good
?R:1r: & PURE of the celebrated ) Merchants will d<> well to bear this in mind, and it Vinegar and twenty-five gallons cf water, to thirty
February 23. !S:.5. 6rUSTreceived I JL1 girnan Clark & (Jo., itRushton'st.For.aleby r forks and! spoons, w.iiteis, c.ot'rs. and commuiuV-n cake and fruit service bao.ketselectro will be sob t l kwer than game quality can be laid down gallons rf the mrst acid Vinegar that can be found in
Ua ret ,
AMES A LIVELY plated for from usual market and time to lire
: atnl dishe-, chamber and en good par market Dy the use of Lacour's Cocetntrated Acid. -
;
butter, Luar. cream parlor
tLii1iI1EI:: Aprils, 135o. 14 I c.imlk'-tiek, salt eeflmis! Ix jut-t holder', ejird and ALT. persons that are desirous of availing themt'eivis tic?. DANIEL LADD. Vinegar can be made for one dollar and sixty cents
4 of DR. MOSELEY'S services will find him at Newport, Ati-u 1, ISf.5. 31Executor's barrel.
60 ruiltl l witha great vaiietycf Ard'clc' Notice.
Fair l 1
.
3 : ; : no preparation-only retiring the Oil into the Whiskey
pare Chcmie-H!&?. AMES & LIVELY. DR.rr. ---z-ii: ; r.Kt: icticaJes.! salcbcl work l b.. nl. Etiiia ; months after date I will dial
Jjiai j ac
i'alients present
I ; s \f-i j- boarded at :81 per day, or :16 per month. SIX my and shake wed. The Liquids thus made will Iiavee

: Aprils. 1853.; lj Practicing Dent1.; ? iron, and morocco port mouaies, yier.rl card cases, co- FEES, in all eases, to be agreed upon before under and vouchers to the Judge of Probates for fine natural arorr.n-a full, tich. oily taste-a beaut

Olive 6TlTA ).ol Leads, cc'inl necklaces and at inlets, jot bracelet*, taken. No case will be received into this establishinei.t Leon (jounty. and) apply for a final discharge from tnt transparent color and a fine tend. Lacour' Oil

a: ; TN THOMASVILLE, GA., nnd MONTlCEf.LO nccklicc, and! bosom! j-in<, napkin rinq hair anti tooth unless it is believed on examination, that it can the c-ffioe of Executor ot Vs'. O.Hvlton. deceased. exert three distinct propetties in converting connnon

SUPERIOR article for Tab!* a.e. Jj't re J. nnd MADISON, I-'LA.. fm.l their respective :uid brushes, bat re\ivtis. lime1!. buffalo, india rubber and be cured, or admit of relief. All cases rejected will WI'LK CALL, Ex'r. Whiskey to Brandy Gin te. The first property combines
& LIVELY.
eeived b/ AMCS adjacent Counties lie ineits any number of Aitiiioial I ivory con.b china and wax dolls, razor strops and! invariably bo charged $5, for c.xamini.ttion and auV'ce.: Dec. 22, 1853. 516uiExecutor's with and subsides in the form of Floculeut particles

ApnlS 2856. H Teeth, ficm ONE to a FULL sett on the l.ileitT I money lull.*, e-i 14mr; cases feather (lusters par I.rand All letter4, to entitle them to notice, must enclose n. .1 e.Cl the whole of the g'nin oil. (Amylic Aleuliol)-

improved principle, qivm them that beautiful, life d >r Ulls, hioiel1i .n glass and china vases and l>naket a "stamp'* fur the payment of postage hint bediiec- 5 1 U ; Thu whiskey is thus deprived of that peculiar irritating -

Flower Jars. like appearance which approaches; Nature so nearly <, tciracotta vat-os and pitcl.vis, p rfume bottler, ted to W. R. MOS E LE Y, M. D., WANTED h any qu-mtity, for which the highest and burnfng taste, and becomes a neutral spirit !

t LARGE Assortment of Flower Jai, vnrtoujJi i- as to challenge detection by the closest observer. jewel eases, centre Finpe-ft-ion arid! tide lamps, lamp Griffin; Georgia. price will be paid in cash or groceries. the second property consists in an rrljr mucilaginous

JL ze Jut received and for sale bAMES Persons needing Dent d operations on their NATURAL | shade, ehimney* and \vkks johns* and bows, guitars, Ftbiuary ?S, 1SC(5.( ly-8 BROOME A HEIR. \ tate imparted to the Liquors, which renders it niellcw.

i :; 14 applying SOON, hare thc-ni d"n at the following pi ices I fifes, guitar nndioliu! strings, fine cologne and other Leon County Iron Works, property is exhibited in the rich," vinous nutty odor
April, which will be found to be MUCH lower than lr" ever perfume, and! a general iisoitmcnt of Tojtf.Watchea STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESS that is imparted to the Liquor, which renders distinction -

Salt-Salt-Salt.OH been offered in this section of country befor., to-wit : and jewelry repaired promptly and in the TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. t'r NEW1'OUT. from the Genuine Brands impossible.
For filling teeth with Gold! Foil, Si 00, $1 50. ?2 00 best manner. f"MIIS Establishment is now in full operation. All t 3$_ These Oils are put up in quart bottles each
fi SACKS of Salt' for sale by and *>- 50, varying according to.size of cavity and October-20, 155 42 .1. orders be attended to with promptness,and f r HE undersigned still carries on the above business bottle contains sufficient Oil for making 300 gallons of
JL in all its branches. wll calculated
for
t\J\J IIODOKISS. POOLE t CO. all woik done with and Buildings
neatness
dispatch.
atiiount material used ; Extracting teeth, in OFFICE, liquor. Full and! comprehensive directions accompany
3o mbcr 17. 18S. 44'k only 50 cents-out of ufiice. 1. Notice All kind of work, such as Steam Work, Mill Work, despatching wngons. D. LADD the bottler Price ?2 per bottle.

1 _--------_ --- His mice for a full upper or lower tlt of teeth fni nionths'afterdate, we willprespiiteMiraccounU1, Gin Gearing, Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery, ewpnrt. September 2,1S."H. 35 3T" One bottle of these Oils (five in number) will

# Notice. PLATE, (with CONTINUOUS OUMH ifneee.saiy.) i is SIX Ae, to the Hon. Judge of Probate of t Shafting, Pullers, Hangers. Plough Castings, Brass John McKarspeucie ) In Gadsden Circuit Court. be securely packed und shipped (with ftill of ladiug)

months after the iir t publication this notice, I only ?p per tooth, und p'vfca satisfaction guaranteed Hamilton County, for a final settlement of the estate Castings, Ac.; aUo, Sugar Kettles, of'any size kept vs. | In Equity. free of charge, to any part of tire country, upcntiw
> hnuel. All work done in such establishment -
SIX mstarcn. dvcpare'd and constantly em of 10 to the address of
said
of receipt ,
adniiuiatr.ttors, of the estate of latveiy cf Stephen) Kereli late County Mary McKnrspcncie ) Bill for Divorce.IT .
undersigned, Those desiring 1-is sen-ice? in portion cf the of said will be done by ns, with a particular regard to P. LACOUR, New Orleans.
Lewis H. Branch deceased will their account* any tisk to be discharged as Executors estate. appearing to the satisfaction of Ihe court by affidavit -
present above named counties, or other section of ., the strength nnd! dutabdity the work.Competent March 1 1,1856. 9-8m
nod Touchers to the Judge of Probntcs of Leon County any country JAmIESUILL. J of I). P. Holland, soliciter for tfcj! comt Ini-
aid ask to be discharged fion their administration can upon application by letter to either! of the above WILLIAM BASSET, f tu'9Fel Workmen always in readiness to put up ant, that the defendant resides beyond the junsdictioii \

..f f aaid estate. named Post Offices,'>r otherwise, receive prompt at 1C, 1856. 7 / Engines. 1te. of the court but within the slave of Florida.It Advances on Sea Island Cotton.
< Terms will be liberal, anal all work done strictly for
JOSEPH BRANCH. tcntion. ia ordered, that this cause be set for hearing upon IBERAL'ADVNCES made Sea Island cotJL -
Adm'rs. Circular &. Upright Saws. cash, or accepted orders on some business firm in this y oo
} the facts charged in the bill, on the first Monday
JAMES H. BRANCH, R E K E R E S C E S IJLI place. Liberal prices paid for old Iron, Copper and / ton for Shipment to Charleston, by D. LADD.
c ct CO. and Welch & Oriffelh Circular Saws in September, 1856, unless Ihe defendant fihall on or
Dee. 9, 1853. 52-6m HOK Brass. New Port, Nov. 3, 1855. 44
>GE COLE, Macon, Georgia 46, 48 and 52 inch sizes, on hand and for before that day enter his appearance and demur,
HON. J. L. SewAttD, } ). LADD All letters must be addressed (post paid) to
enle by I plead, or answer to said bill. It is further ordered,
'4 J. M. SHINE Tallahassee Fla. For sale.
Ga
Notice.S" JUDOE LOVEThornasvilte, New Tort, 3,1855. 44 that a copy of the above order be published in some

fX month* after date we will present cur accounts J.S. Wi.v.v, Esq ) March 11, 1851. 10 newspaper, weekly, for three consecutive months previous 500 SACKS SALT, in first rate order by
: of Probate of W. S. DILWOBTIJ, Esq, to said first Monday in September. Done and s.s.inowr.
and vouchers to the Hou. Judge Notice to Contractors.
C. O. Firs, Esij., Most Approved Corn mill In Use. 1 1855. 35
Hamilton for finJ settlement of the estate passed nt Chambers, this 6th of May, 1856.J. September
County,
a
Messrs W.& J. BCDD. f Monticelio Fla.Col. .
.: OFFICE or STATE ENCINLED, BCENAVISTA, ) OF the most LANIER CORN WAYLES BAKER Judge.
and ak
.f David Moat, Lite of said county, deceased, 1r approved ,
E. K. BLACKBURN.
b to be discharge! M a1tninWratoN.t 12 1856. 2 OHAXCE MILL P. 0, ST. Jonss KIVEH, FLA., > JLUU MILLS for sale by the Subscriber. These May 10, 1856. 19 Garden Seeds.

h EDWIN F. WREDE, January At-cusT 20TH, Ib55. ) Mills hare been fen some time iu use through this re supply of fresh seeds from Thorbarn'i.

ELIZABETH MOAT, SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this gion and lower part of Georgia, apd give perfect sat AFRESH per Mistic and for sale byMcNAL'GIIT
the 20th day of August, 1850, for constructing Per Wm. R. Pettia
Administrators. BOOKS BOOKS BOOKS isfaction, grinding with case -JO bushels and the rio i ORMOND.
L't March 1. 1856. 9-Cin % Canal, with its necessary appendage, in the day, with less than the ordinary gin power applied FROM NEW ORLEANS. New Port, Jan. 12, 1856. 2

_ _ _ _ I I ""UST received TOW New York, the such as Lift Locks, Guard Locks, Basins, tc., from to ft. The maker famishes a hand to put it up;
? following new Books: "The Old Lake Htirncy on the St. Johns to Indian River, a distance and every one warranted to give perfect satisfaction,, ')r CASHS, Sides and Sbonlders.
Town Property for Sale. 4 Homsteatl." by Mrs Ann S.Stephens, of thirteen miles, 3.410 feet ; authorized by the Call and examine them at D. LADD'S. _, 75 Bbls. Extra Family Flour, Planting Potatoes.

nnHE undersigned offers at private sale, the fullowJL and her former woi k, "Fashion and Famine." The General Assembly, of the State of Florida, at its session April 21, 1355. 16 100 Superfine BBLS.Yellow Potatoes,just landing in fine rder

ing described property, known as the Jra vi Lots, work exhibits unquestionable power, command of lan of 1S54-5, by An Act entitled An Act provide 60 Rectified Whiskey. 2 and for role by

: vit: Lot No*. 8. ?5.27, 81,. 48, 140. 141. 142. 143, guage, vigorous description strong passion and dram for and encourage a Liberal System of Internal Improvements 25 Mess Pork McXAUOHTi ORMOND
144, 226, 227. 225. 23-J.240. 241, 242. 243, 244. 245. atic force. My First Season" a new novel under the in this State. MILES NASH & CO. 25 Prirao New Port, Jan. 1!, 1858. 2

'4 348, 246.250, 252 253. 51, 256. 257,258, 268, all guise of an autobiographv. It is written with grace Proposals will specify the amount for which the Dealers in Drugs, Medicines &c. 5 u Syrup,
r io the original plan of tb city of Tallahaiwee. and beauty sparkles with imagination and is sustained work will be done, the mode and manner in which S 6 ', Lard, Groceries;

p ALSO throughout i>y originality of thought and oxpres- payments are to be made, whether lands or moneys JUST received from New York per bark R.II. Cam- 5 Rice,
iion. MTavciino,*> from the pen of Madam George or portions of each. Map*, Profiles anal estimates can a general assortment of articles in our lino, 5 Ilhda. Sugar. /COFFEE, Sugar. assorted Beers, Lins f J Oil, se'*

'p. Lot NOB. 1,2, 8, 4, fi, 6, 7, in S. County qr.atso Sand. Rose Clark." Fanny Fern's last novel together be seen at thU r nVe{ alto! any information obtained by such as Oils of almost every kind, Burning Flub, 5 Boxes Star Candles. Whisker-
with "Ruth Hall.""Fein Ieave ," and! Life and addrcssiug the undersigned Orange Mill Post Office White Lead, Zinc and other paints, Window Glass! of For sale by R. H. BERRY. MrNAUG A ORMONP.

-. pLot.. Nns. 4. 12. 13. 15. 16, 22, 25, 89, 40. 48, 61J Beauties of Fanny Fer-i.1 Rose Claik: upholds the reputation St. John's "River, Florida." Proposals will also best Quality, Putty, Brushes, Pota.'h Soda. Sparkling April 19. ISSrf. 16 New Port, Jan. 12.1856. 2

; ez,h the South i County quarter.Tb of thU distinguished foini'.e nov-liet. It is. bo received for constructing a Rail Road over the Gelatin, London Mustard i. French Brandy (very best,)

\ &bov. described formerly belonged intensely iuterejting and claims the attention of the same ground. F. L. DANCY, for medicinal purposes, Spices, Pepper, Lemon Sym up,
.ill to GOT. Brown. For .property and term?, reader from beginning to end. Abbott's Napoleon, State Engineer, State of Florida. Inks, Quinine, Peruvian Bark, Fluid .Extract 'Bucbu, Notice. Circular Saw Mill A gencf.

Which will beliberal/apply to A. Perry Am&ker, Esq, complete, embellished: with steel engravings beginning August 31, 1855 S5-ly itu., Ac, and a general assortment of Popular Patent SIX months after date, we will present onfaccounfs undersigned has the agency for the tISTS| 0f J
JltlonMT at JAW,Tallahassee. with the Emperr.r's birth following him through Medicines. Wo keep none but the very best and vcuehiera to tire Hon. Judge of Probate for THE Her-rick's Improved Cirenlar Saw Mil''*,

t : ChARLES P. MANNING. (the Consulate, Empire and Banishment. His trials hope to merit your patronage. the said County of Gadsden, for final settlement, and eonsistimr of three sizes for 42.48 anJ -52 wr M lUSh

Until soIJ, the abov property will be for rent and triumphs nre related with great strength, and the BlacksmithingrUIE MILES NASH, A CO. apply to be chnrged, from the executorsbip of Oscar Saws. These Circulars are decidedly the belt in liii.

A/PERRY AMAKER.7tf style i is unsurpassed by any American writer. Subscribers Undersigned have formed March 29. 1856. 18 Fillyaw drcenged. haVing several improvements aver the "Page' "DT

1 ycbr1e; 7856; to llwper's Magazine are .solicited. The co-partnership for the purS OWEN L..& JAMES A. FILL YAW, EiWe. other Patent io use., The cyst U about 1800, ?3f
year begins in January with Dickens "Little Dorrei." pose Tarrying on the Blacksmithing Notice April 12, 18.56. 156mAdministrator's and $450 for various >i s,Recording to e'xtracarrug' .
McDOUGALL A HOBBY. Basinets in all its various branches. Particular "
) Applv to &e. For further particular* apply toe .
Notice.ilate February 9,1858-. ; 6 attention 5 is given tri Carriage and Spring' Work, I S hereby given, that weihall make application, six DANIEL LADD.

*w : ftftlrr 1 tlisll present my accounts an.1 to hying Axle ofali kmnda ofVehioIes. 'I'he .1. months after dale, to the Hon. Probate Court of Notice. Newport, Fbi, November 3.1S55. **

.ISIx'1n4xthl l4 tfl th Honorable Judge of Probate of limp is conenitht to tire Livery Stable of P. B. Drokaw Hamilton County, to be dismissed from the administration NOTICE is hereby given,that the_ undersigned will, +

: Hamilton County for a final settlement AI admiDutra- Wanted Wanted airol special sttento given to horse.sboeing.- of the Estate James S. Roes,lat of.Hamil- expiration of bi month* file his vouchers Rice Rice !

i. fir D f.ini, Do-Jtfhrity, 1&U of said rpoporchasa 60 likely NEGRO MEN, from 18-toL Funning-implement* of every description done to order. ton County, deceased. and anply for final Oiscuarga fronv tb
$ and *sic (A b. d chire d from .iaidOGER. 25: yeixrs of nge, fur which the highest price ia P. 1). BROKAW, AMOS CHESHIRE. Adait'r.' I than of the estflt* *f Natnen dolt, rleeeaied. o\ BUSHELS of Roogh RIO.uJkJ .
: Cash v H ba pat.1.- Apply to R, S. KtflQHT.J2 H. Jl. FITTS.Jnn ELIZABETH CHESHIRE, Adml'x. PATRICK SMITH Admfr. P.r rue by S.'B.K5IjnT.March's .

__flsrA fl, iR4. ** 18, 16. My F i.b. ', 1856. & May 315a. 18 1P5<1. I*

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