<%BANNER%>

NEH SLAF UFPKY LSTA



The Floridian & journal
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079928/00495
 Material Information
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 28, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00495
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

Full Text
-. -
-w- -- .

--J--: *.i: -.,- _: L-.. -- 14.-- I.- 1 -
1

/
,- --. I n L. -- .-. : -r ,- : ..-- ,
r --
I j 1 .L ;
--j - T --'f -- : = L",





f $: uurn.aJL;: _" .J I.







-
t. .

..7prlLNfED--- Jd .

-- .
EVERY SATURDAY MORNIXG.
OFFICE OVER R. H. !BER1S /UCTfQX R00.1I. TERMS-THREE DOLLARS 15 ADT- .UCI.
"
.
.
+ -
: : -


BY JAMS\ S. JONES.The TALLAHASSEE, TLA.,' JUNE 28, 1856. VOL. TOT-NO... 26.. .


k .- HI J.'I' u__._ .. _
-

Floridian & Journal 1 I! EDWARD M. WEST. i MEMOIR OF I Ii _It -H said that-; the grave covers.I-fill, that -I ba'o to his-slendid. _abilities- --.1 St. Petersburg I during the debate on thentnii'sionofMich.s 9

Is }published every SATURDAY, by 1 Attorney and Counsellor at Law i James Buchanan, of Pennsylvania. I malignity halts at the portals of the tomb, I paid during the proceedings of t I.e Convention igan that ho used these memorabb words,

JAMES S. JONES EDITOR & PRorKiExon, I The reputation of our public men constitutes and that from its peaceful bo
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA.I of reconciliation, and forgo I fuln ess of all j 1830, by his immediate successor in the Ameriean I Senator from Pennsylvania :'
At TEHEE DOLUSS an important clement in tho Iiietoty of I
per annum, in advaacc. I I April 5.165G. 1* evil Those who TIle older I the more I am inclined
''our country. It cannot be too far above re passions. now mourn over legation at that court, the lIon. WilI I grow

TERMS OF ADVERTISING.One NEVV: BOOK-B. proach. The cxnmplo of an upright statesman I the humble yet immortal grave/ of Jackson !I Ham Wilkins, shows something of the habits lo be what is called a slat 'righl$ man.' Tb 3,

1 I his I rarely: think of the calumnies which pursued I and! e.-ipncities: of ;Mr. Buchanan. I peace and security of this Union! depend upon -
tquart of 12 line?, or l IOM. first inscrtiou, $1 00Professional !, RECEIVED-- duiing lifetime, is a source ofprittp
JUST him liiii; ; so n.any; unsleeping fun s dm lug his | Shortly nfter Mr. Buchanan's: return from giving to the Constitution a literal and
.ltdJ h Cllllle Ilietorr and I his
of .
111I t'1 Ut'llt t ) England: Vol. 3 t 4, :: power t to countrymen; and a consoling I I
: an J BUMUCSS Cards inserted at $10 per I Irvine's Life \Vas.liin>..rton and living i lejiiembiance. } after lie has lifetime. In thu universal homage paid to i the Russian: mission the Democrats ia thui fair construction( such as would be placed

uonuin.Adreit'eements. Cnlli'inifs) C"l1Ip't.t111 k. :, !('en gather t.d to Ins fathets.! In James I I his memory, which Uses forever like incenseto i Legislature i of Pennsylvania mnde him their I Iiritiidatt' upon it ,by a plain intelligent! man. and not 'S
] not iimlvodvitli: the n':mljfr of ; BuicroftV & Hildi-rill's United State?, Buchanan find the skies! how seld.m'c. recall the bitter t : ( for tie! U.:S. Senate, and doe ted bv ingenious constructions, to increase tho
fo"crtu a : chargeIeeorJauiry. !3cDOUGALL IIO DY. !; or IH\II.; During forty of ac- !' ('pitlll'ts'ith, which lie was attacked: til\ ill :, him. I lie remame I in t'ie' Senate from the 'I powers ol this government anti! thereby diminNh i.
ye.-irs
I' I Ii his i'Justiio'! is career And vet that he irus ((5lh; of Di'CPinher. 1SS4:: until his :' thos of the States. Tho right ot
C35T'Cuiieatrs: *f publication; cf le.nl l or cstntccanoes April' 12. 1S5G. 15 i live and almost. constant sen ice in lii"1!i ; resignation, !;
will not be given until the lJ\....ltbinS" fee, i is I positions I lu j has maintained the" -ame poliiical I II j alt1ti'l'd. and I that: he teas persecuted: almost: i 1 March :U, 1 1913 J having; been twice re-fleeted tie!! States reserved to them by that instrument

ptiiJ. Just Received, tranquil depnitmcnt, the : scrupuliius! te- i beyond pI'd I el, i is so. Hut lie outlived detraction j during: Mat; period .f titflt'. It is not neces- |' ought( ever to be held sacred If then i

;: 100 SACRED II AH PS.ikDOUOALL. I gard; lor the tiuth, I the same allle.dignified avoid- !j mid i long before he passed to his final t j saiy :. re-'apltul.ite: the distinguished services i the Constitution leaves to them to decide according
& HOBBY.A .
TALLAHASSEEFHffAIISAeAUElffY! :i 2,185G.; 13 an-o. of rcinupt conij.Iinnces i !) and comliinaI : account, most of! I his ('I1'rnil'S'C'\( trans ': rendered/ by oar: great statesman, in i the !highI [ to their own discretion, unrestricted I. .

I I! Ij'n5. The jiosteiily of the fiifiiih) :-iinong; :i lat'd hit:> fii ml?. \Vu m-iv S:1of JamesBuchman I c-( !I.'i lati\'l' body on earth so ivdl and so nr.d unlimited, who shall be electors, it follows

:FLOYD & I-IOLLAND, whom h( spent his .\outli, no }lixTiig around : that although .Mid( ; in the st' emigth i winVty; :.ire I they i reinemlieied.( III the debate! ; | a* a necessary consequence that they

,, Attorney! at L "T. him! ; and the prophecies! of those, who saw of | ullic) usefulness he too !has outlived de- I oil 1 th" .vinussion of Arkansas: and Michigan' : ; j flay, iI they think proper, confer' upon resident -

----- the promise: 01' 'I.:, ....''j' "..., ...0 ..,Ilvd tr c.i i m, and that the echoes of slander; which !; in hn: opposition) to the designs of the nbolitiouM : aliens the I right I of voting," &e., & .
Re,. W. W. ('hulderstM., Principal, ,:,:7ILL practlc- in ti! <:j Ciicuit Cum I. ..r MM.iU. l Ir y their! tfescendaiit*, who y lejoice ill tinnn- sotiiut op fiom the deep oblivion m .im-n '; ; In his remittance and exposure otiho < AHU at tau *.i...- 4:_-. .. flIP'erV samo

Mrs- U. II. Drown Teacher of :Music. tie. State.milVest 1 A'4..F'1.rit.i." in: tho nn Di-tiict I in' 1 tho Co--.rt:Supreme of tie,! Cimtof Uui tUlil) of I.is intellect the sagacity of his the: accu.TMions upon his charlcl1.1.; : beenconsigned schemes, of f the.IlanL of the United States, I speech from which the above i* ,r.j.j0l.*; f%6
I fall,I I faintly: I : the ear of (the iiti.it! had b-on transferred mad the t eloquent allusion to tho
ted State*, in tl -1'- ) J. FLOYD.) Office, Ap.il ( -11. Fh. lie I present nen-ralioii.! In the long ca'.i.igue of as a \'Itt political moneyed monopoly ; in !his; nl"'pt'-d! citizens :
) :l1l1ll'rivlt) vim tties, as [the abundant; fi.l- {
)KEFEH t. lfo M. L nPies't.. Ho ml of >
A.
t'r. :: > 1). HOLLAND, OSiou QjLcv, : lli. hi i public services: a-ul p ivate: \.i, till'', welose opposition to a pmfu.se expenditure of the The t territory ceded by Virginia .tho:
"rn tt' 1.). C. \\ 41.bvI. i.q: (;"n. R. A. Slnne. Dr. W filment of t the piedietions of t tiuir fathers.
Dec.:22. 1F55. 51DR. i.dlt,: of the false; charge of the personal public fur t iho creation of United States, was sutlicitnt'y! extensive for
1Iet3 1 SI III. H.m.T. W nr.\u,1. G".J. E. Brontri.1w -- Personal, m.-dignity has; never yet intlicleddishonor ( revenue! an nnnec-i
-
Jie cxom's of the Academy will c rnmenc\ MILES- --- --II.---SASH- --- upon Iii, good name. Jshnder: exiiustiss foe, ii i: the I luminous: nod 1 splendid aggiegate: i-ssary public debt ; a government bank of an immen-e empire. Tho parties to this

on Motd.iv.! ilu 7tli ituL of (tl.o: patiiotic: l'haradr'iell: he would :mItigii | "di-coi'nit, circulation, and deposit, under the! j compact of cession contemplated that it would I {
in
its and ii ,
: "
OKFEES ins rROFr.s ioNAt. ra\icEs: TO TIM: > resources: unsleeping) ;
CJTIZLNS
Apri1 :, ISCi. 14 I OF.tLLAUASSIJ # British l iranie' of Exchequer ; a substitution: of i, form five sovereign States: of this Union. At
: : \ D StfliOU1)JUCOUXy.: it* vi-ngcaiicc', has failed in attempt against |
DR. N. G. MeD ALP.IOXTICELLO j! i hiI1.:1tii every j J In IS'2,0, James Buclrwt1J:15: elected! o ;, paper inonov! for the con.Mituti'inal currency that! early peiiod, we bad just emerged fromour ,
: : I tho I IIou I ;e of I J'epresenlative'[ I !, and i i retained i of silver and gold! ; th: surrender of M'Leod : revolutionary struggle, and none of tho
i with Dr. )! j contemplate! : I'uclinn.n: : at this i .
FL.t.I OFFICE .. Xaili.iminediattlv. caMof tie ( 1 Ii 1 i-position( in that body for; ten years voluntarily upon th, jnsnltinjr, demand: III'(' England( ; the J JI jeal'-usy' was; then felt against foreigners and
? dav, ni-t' as one whom envy and \vionir! !have
ILLnttenlvituassiJuous I Care, a'l 1 cases cu- : ilav. 19 18;5. 20 I ( l.ut as a pubhu cliaiaeter: t ijjfisfcuted roUt: ing alter I the Gst: Con.. ess under I nnjn-l I. diitiibntion: of the public! revenue, to !. piiticul.trly against Irish fOI l'gner,. which
trutcil tij; liirn. great the .'.dLni1i't! I:ition of Andrew Jackfon: I He'was ;: tie Elates: ofthU Co: fttlcratioii ; in 1ifour I now appears to haunt some gentlemen.
Office :Ijoininj that! c-f Cul. Dilworih.Ma : : T. j. M. r.icn.\r.Dcox.) rLvrcp.r.r.. .V.EER who has"passed: I hrongii the liery lurnance: ) t tl! c waim and :arc'c it defender oft'ie admiiistratioi ag(0iis hostility to l'ecitll'ghlttillI, no mat II j There had then been no attempts made to
cli22, 1S5G. 12-ly : without the smefl 8111111\e hisgaiments, j
'! RICIIARDSOX & \VII1TAKE11, and who stands out t ready upon to uIJIIlit to the : : : o"Mr.l Mor.roe J t tIe! ai t ve opponent ,; ter how coneealeii ; ho co-operated with .. get up a Native Am'l can parry: in this. courr-

WILLIAM[ SLOSSER i i Receiving and Forwarding Merchants test of :any l'I'lItininto his nductas: a cit. |, I of tl.e aclministiation of John Q. Ad.ims; i I \ ig'it.: Woodbnry. Beatrn, !King, L ni: anti! ,1 1othlj. tn'. The }blood of the gallant lUsh had
ill'1IIId ; and the cviisistent! ami trusted l fiieiid i i ( of Audi :. !le-iding democrats of that day.: As i> flowed freely upon every ,battle field in de
a states-man.: The day his: come
Ta11ahn.ssoo: F1a.. ew Jackson.: The proceedings! : "'!iovv that clll rrr:1I: : of tlc Committee: on Foreign Rej j fence of the liberties which wo now enjoy.- ( 5
which: is
; NEPORT.. FLA. tn pMive: :that siu-h talents.; as Iii -. [
M.\ Cori'ER.Tiri SIIIET 4th. 1S55. 31IR I while he retained! a seat in t the popular 1 branch: l.i'ions during)! a sc ril'S of years, in the Seni i Besides, the Senate will well recollect that ,
U.-CTtma OF AND ;; August i Mich exp[ < lifiice( suih; integiity, stHi fixed i1I11It5 |
IRON "' WHOI.K-ALI RETAIL of Congreshe) : took $ prominent pat iti alj : ate of the United, Stairs, 'he sustained the tho ordinance was: passed beforo tho adoption
.un: AND i iPC I -- ------- of wi is.e forec.ist: arc essei.ti I to the !
ALES ix PL ux, F.sn.01 JAVAXNEU ;; ) R. r. GARDNER, | great destiny (for which he seems to have j the debates upon gi cat questions. As eailya : honoi cifllie I! nation, I by his uiian wl life de- I i.four present Constitution, and whilst}, rt
: I 181T;). he eiiteitained: ( opinions hostile: to IIInll trii'ill:: <-f l the light of each Slate to pun- the power of naturalization: "remained with
WARE. liis ''r'.fsi.'Ta1: 'Fervic-s l to llio eituns:: t been I lesetved by I.i. (countrxmen, w'.io: al|I. >
OFFERS exilic nil 1 b'nrouMiIimj, 11'1'Ol licorenmroil til: constitutionality):: : of the Hank' of tle; Unite : i ish a f-.ieign; murderer( who in time of peace, the several States. In stme, and perhaps: t
M'% r, n. :ul.Qu U' I'r- ways demand tin highest qutI ttItS or 5':111'1 !J1lJ i
ttl 111 rt.Hilrti "if )1r. ,J'.1tn |n J Crmi; .lt- ,IISliI 1 I States, :1111 I in I the fierce struggles whionen ; M Is :i ii Aml'!I Init citizen upon it* own soil.IJii in all[ of them! i i' required so short a residence
SPLEXDID nss''>rtiipit! of C->o1cing. Parlor I i-i: the hijhc&l! 1 $iiol1: in their i gi.tVhfie
.- -'. \_ nnJV.,.l Stove triinmal' I witbiieatucES \.J:lion. f irnci1y 1 I. -ciiiii."l| l h'": tlio Lite Dr. J.iC-'li :!iut.F..t \ indeed is there! l'o to he found a living "ued upon the election of the hero 01! New : I I tin-teily expositions) of our nnquestioni : and so littl t rouble to be changed

t .: lJ.l iSrjbihTy.! st n-ih:.'!.1 pikes.On I .nllf1 1 IK. 1 :.r>( 7 } u' lie mii! who ctiit' 5') hiry and 1 i i 0: 1.IIIS, lie was: a distinguished'! champion oftn I i able title to theN'oitheast: Iiunndary line, i if from an alien to a ci ill,, that the process S.
pm e.vmj
/ Di>nrVosh.. : A. iTlKliif AMAKtH.TALLAHASSEE. s. cossePt:! ( t :a nvor.l, iiutiiing tiirnugii: si Divnociaiic: ( paity.I'robabh j f weio 1:1'111'111tlw! 1 de-i.-: ns of I (Congiess, : could be performed \ the least difliculty. i
Jlv' Oianut.sl: FIb: IL-.i-l. Guttering. Cop- the 1110"" inteifiling( pam t of Mr.liiich 1 i Hu.llw won! high, hor.or for his. oppnsitio'i to : t I repeat that no jellot1sy'h:1te'cr then I,
;' ; \';11'5'l'lI : tliuso:; wn! liaedep.irled .
jx-r mil I Tin Cjii.iuetinz l'it t'5. Sheet L,. id. Sii*-ttZhc. : A1f @f EiV Atr ik J; many:; the scene aninniy of hu.nan; : action, I there I I man's! : Kistoiyva. Ids ,'ad\ anc? efl'cc.tivj a tre.-itv. ul.ifh; ga\e; a lam ge portion of the! i l.'XItngun't I foreigners."

L ;:a J 1'ipos. !'ttnt Cini Pn-upi.: Shop u oik : FLA.Unv21 v.vie ir\v, wliu: couldoiat: :to< a more uidiroIvtn I siippoit; of (Ci'eneial; : Jacl\oll'ror the Pies- 1 AiMi-eui; territory I! to:1: foreign govirnsnent.fit !: 'i After the splendid campaign of 1844 \\hch I
of every variety d me at "h.irt notice. i i.! iIll'I d'tiie: iist advocates I the advoc.iti l't liberal and cut '- tcsu't-d in tin* election of Mr. Polk which
: IS5.JILES:{ 2H e: c waa o.ie: < : u'-.s O( ig t- I Il'II.d I : to
suL-s ot si'iviiM-s, in: delenee( of t
City and Conuij-y .Tlorcliauis ------ -. -- ---- great o! the hpo: of NewO.'L.iusMore; ; ; thin! thirty ( I poli'-v i i regaid to the public, land.-J.: I rcsul' Pennsylvania, led by Ja'nes Buchanan : I
pii.icij.Ks.: I Ifve i lix.k( down( the g.ilirry of i
Are rpspectf-lly invited t-'ghc lac a call bcfoic par1C. : I s menihor;' of tae: House! ofIlejmsentatives Du' the menvuahlo extra ha of contributed, her ell'ctor:11'ot the President
NASH & yea ago, as :i ) lug! s( : one (, .il
huio cLevbere.tiT ] ) : ILL te!: long g"ie; I'a*t. ar.tl; take up t tiie!. j>oi traits t a!
I ; 1 'il.tIme United States! ., he waslecognied l.U'uiivd dtWIt'1I! lie! opponents of the Demoeraex. ; ceL-t! casting his eye over the long roll
minufurtucJ from thc
nrti: .
: B. Ail ci verY ill the! g.eat; actors lit} other dayJ: \v ci un- !
})Cst init ri.il nu.l nut rented t: mlloll'. So other iirttc : )-CALtiS IN par.iiively I lV\v lia-ru! me I \\Ii" e>;;!!il.d iutitit asimonx! the: mo' >t ;active and devoted in t the Senate the I United I Stntts, I II of Dftnru-r.-lic;: statesman then! lit lug weighing
<* ,;ill i bj ofTore'l] f-ir sz1c. 1 fiiends. of! J.-n-lviiri./ : lingu'su-d: lor ; had n-sovni! to j usb I through!. a feius o'hiii! ; :! the d.'iims and the qualifications of each
Oct",! '.-t' 20.: 15* -",.. -52CoParinership !: DRUGS! :; egsi? P/.KTJ. : li\'eand i.i lh ir; woiks) a iiioie coii.s.ioitit ,, his tli";qIt'n-c ai.-d: his judgmei.t; : t, C ..t.ii in t that I' tVdt-i.-.i r i t nieasuie?, beginning! wilii L I hit': )Bank I and all, proftMindly sensible of exciting ques- .
._ t X-_ :j3 and i 1.il l.-.v-uld! d"nl'j.r! : to I the: .I.w.!
-
--- --- : -- ------ -- -- \t .pei'o! 4)' I.b life:; he co-it-l-if'-'l!: ; gieillv( loI'luduee ;. of I i'.i; ,- (Tnited; States ar.d: uuiiing: with: t then.'u.lcupt : t iions: whrh m'ist come up for adjustment du- 1 'I
jNcrlec.: tE1CINESTOUL[;] >m OILS.&c. t.:;iiu-s o5 t'e': I r'eder! ::1.! 'o'i'-Ututiti i :! a'i.1 t! t. tin* '
tic! Mate of which! alteiwaidsr.t J l.iw Mr.I Bticiir.-r! I ; his administration and after 1'
,. I?I feeJing: : : : : : : \\ns cnistntlyii : t i ring consulting
rights of t ti!. States[ of l.e Amei: i i:1II: : Tri-m :
!1"iIi E wnatr-i. tifil h'1tli.\ ciiy: .;;rrtJ ito: r. copartner !) infunn tl.<-r: f.icri.'sjjil: ].tl.e py!.lio. nat "1 lie iur-e! of'I r. Iiiiehan.ti! : h.t-s bi-en ,iseuh.r ;p ( ;leaeial: Jackson foiw.ird as the [Otmneratia ) liis seat, ar.d V.MS fioquently put) fopward venerable sage then in the sunset of life .

_1, ehj:: > in theWHOLESALE \'t.' lliy !li.-ivo on; 1.11I,11II., : SZ.:'ilnu'r I i-f''txias : i c'lIIidatl'-l'clIlI\! taking te!: as i ilie K'.id.Mof t his party, i i.i .c'i t:1iI; tr.\ ing in the shades of tha Hermitage, invited Mr. 5i.1
: erratic: nor: rllIlr: ; it lias harm.mV. i md.ih '
C. RETAIL :rllc "" aie fi"'iii'V: : l.cpl; ; in tllt'li'It) ,( cf ou">np<:*. I I.d.! Befoie! the! House of l>i'pe: >e'tahes!( '! ent'Tireiii'ic's.: A II (:1I1 ly and :a !fervent advu1 Buchanan to nocpt the portfolio of the Statedepaitment.

DP.UG BuSIl"\TESS. and x\ill lie ri-i' 'i\in.. : -irui.ulv- fit-all supplies.; TLcirtuiu : : the ;pnri"t: examj; ,'l.-s f-f the ':-t aiul (lie Iii tie: Lnitt States: p-ocu-ded: ( (to let aPretiJciit 1 catt' of ilw j niex:.lion of Texts: lie MgnaliZv.ii : the \Jiead of his cabinet ;; and in
> .I,all be .>niii-! 1'iesent and witli(! all tlmse! fravi.jg, dnctiiewl.ii :: >
.1 r :i... uWC: :tuJ SI' 1 .f ia" (t llnj people having failed, in .l I IS': 1, !ii< (ut! ci'r in tit i it body l by givirg his 18,1.11'. !Bucha an resigned Ills seat in the
Talldmsei-((nil 'Jili J.S-'rv:; 11. .:li In- has d It..v le.:slv iiactiscd :and i! defiMi-
--- .- -- --- -'- ------ [' to nuke choice,) .l'. iinchanan: opposed, views on (tli.tt impoitant! question to hi, rountrxmen Senate (to which he had only bitefy-been 3.,.
AMES&LR'ELY.! dill11.; wln-thc-r t in the |lI..u'\c| or in (lie I
P. B. BiiOKAW'S.LIVERY with ill, i'naiit iloqnerce, ln! motion to siiwiti I i in.L tpeich! cl utu\rpasst-d ability re elected,) and became/ Secretary of State,
o -- .Snat!' ofiho(:i Aneiican: : 'tollgrl's'hNl'r;:()
clos.nl! lioors whilo [that duty was discharged I and power. uiidor President Polk. Nor is it necessarythat
1' :: .*EYvlll be plcal: to Sf'I their tends ; ABO f SHE STABLES.J infiueraed: in foteign r,1.1illll'lrdh1'! ) at i the! ; I by the i lepresentatives 1I1 I the Ameiiran i. i wa should recapitulate (his services ii;:
he.t, of the of the i igon'rr'nwllt ; It t Mr. flueb:1:1111's
(it' I ; at ti! <>"M; Eotml uf I D. H Atnvi I iMist I11.rllllt ilopnitnit) ; i: lirmlly nccessai-- go over "
patrons > He saiil (r'cbrnary; 13, IS2 5 : that department. fresh and
oplt' : ) They are familiar
T.\LLA11 \SSEE. FLOIUDA.: f1l
ere they will keep full nn I i cl"'ral rider! 1 IIIl"1 iiu-rnotlie: ( ad.-ninistra. i itii.n :: : u-coid( to thow how: i true he has I
protested against: going into: ;a secret in all minds. His in favor of ,
a ortiiicutof Articled :t PP"rtJliuill io tUiOCSB. r of I'olk, or whether I icpoinig! ill t the cahn : !h.KM) on all; those great questions involving : argument t.
I). II. AMES. rj[ 'IIK Pr"pru-l wtiul.l iu. conclave, when the House should decide this the clear and unquestionable title of the American .
I secbirion rf his own home, I his well I I lialaneed ; I the i light* of the States and the rights of the ;
:.L LIVELY. 9c-: flrulli.s fiii-a.Ls! and ll JJ:1r all
to
; ... I ._ 1 intellect and his putiioiie( dl''olion'to the UI I I 1-impoitant q'.cstion. citizens of the States. On those delicate:: people, Oregon won for him
1 i., 1 -ptibic: tl.at lio Ins irbji't: !J.j?.l i 1kkt4
: anuary the appbtu! c of the whole liberal worl I
j larc Blirk Sti)1nt) ) tle; .J.l bl.llltl. g.I; i3 II'I\\ 1 nion, ha'i.' :always been di-phiyed' at the light I I i \\ hat: arc the coiiicqtienres," paid Mr. I n., j questions.ch tried so many Northern men i and

Notice. prejurto! acconnnodate his fiuiiand! I'1'iWllwr!. moment, and with the inos-t fcti iking ltfl'eL-i iProgressive I i wliich: will lesnlt fiom closing': the doors nf I and wl.ich lost to the Democratic: patty sotnt I was published in several languages in Europe.

rt : aftf-r dAt<-. the lersbix'd.administra lie also lias uttaclied Li' St..U1ct..a good i Hlackstnitli not in thy!; fi.i it nt l lawlessness; tl c g.dleiies ? We should impart: : to the I lec '! of i it most )'OitliuiClit 1-aders, who would. not Ii j The. State papers, on other gr.at qi1estionl.procrl.din' .
Simp. wlpr"! lie trilllisixvlmve ii l iiHull:j kiti.loftin from his durit.g the
SXnths__ estate of Violet Harm; deci-ased.! late I'i.iitili.iii "t.i I k. 1 l''r- .1.'tiir.: autl Can i.e: WOI k ill !but ii; lii rtimouv with the! steady advance of I linn an air ofmjsteiy. We should give cx- |i f..I1the docliine of state: rights to its just I ho remained! in the pen four years 4 5*
.I! I. will his (1":01.l wnuns! and this c"itinent and the of the multitude lInclLl i"lI. Mr.' Buchanan-was foundnii.viveing department of State,
-r Countv. prenf.nt veiy \1-csl inautifcr and with pionijitac.s: stud l dia- ourjnMituliuns( on I our exainjije ercise to imaginations loyie.U: I i ,
kk the J., I lo of Piobate (>r s--"I i 1 Oiuuty. and.lisclrtrsed. : were so many contributions to the column
S to p.ltcll. ( .! among the ia'ions: of lie! euti! ; coni i iI i in ('on'dnrilwlmt t scenes are 1 enacted'I : : : and decided. I In the exciting ;
U.A.-SHINE, Aduir.Kr29. which celebrates his eminent fitness-ami
i I November 5, 1 18:5:. 44 iii veneration fur i 1 within this hall. with her himj dt!bate( the of 1330 the his
> ). 1833. 5 -Grn I i sd vtiv( imt antiqiiatt-d: 15nsy i tumor, : :, ( ning: Congress on / unsullied integrity.Vhrii; the 4.
---- ----- aim-. hilt i-i 5-icreil reg.inl fIll' 'iglit'j: wlrch j,; il.-i-d tongues: will c'i lIbtl reports of wu-ked I 111d; of circnl.iting incendiary: doc'.iments: ; Wilmot Pro. ,1

TEDICAL NOTICE5. : Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, 1':1: II I 1I.t be, violated witln-ut. tf'H"II\j'i >g the. ;'I con.lfnatio: : and ('0r:11'inls'Ii'h: : have j Iii! i.tigi'! the mails! of I I the United 1 States: Mr.j v'Jn was introduced 1 I iito: Congress, it wns ,

For Sale l by P. B. Ifrokaw.MTV lmiiLimiieit.* ; d law ; !lu'-CiiU in no siihi: I (.1.,- i I Iii) e.\i-t: .:e. Let the ll.o.le .*ee what we ; Bueh-ma.i: spoke repeatedly, in supjmit of the James Buchanan who at once denounced,

5. GAMBLE & BETTONtlioir ,. rr ii: .I.-"I IIl'r )1m" juff rf-rtnc1: JI me.il of;p'il>!!;ic tHw''ul: o s [ oi.ioalo' t'loJoxy, i' arc rloil'Ll.t them, hOW that it i is neither I j )l'sS'I"'t' of \l.. Van Bitten, deniandinir tIc; i and exposed, and rallied tim democracy against t 1.I 1.

o ; IVofos-ionil Sen iocs to the Ful # I.irsr1: njiplyf <.1:'i:1,'<''. /ir p.-i' si.tial cinracloi.!, Sti .I i!, tu! i.n !sit'-I moet: K-s; than putting 0'" I lull-its into tie! i j i'ltfrferi-iire! : of t the National I : 1 Legislature I t toj I Ii i'.

oie: .ipjK. >"itc the Sturo of 3Iesr'. f.ik- 4111 tl.o[IH"uri.-t -is'n.b,.: mid ,I IIarii!. wl.itb: Lc offersfoi s-imi made: upon; t!IO1 .\\ ho stuiK(. t e history. :j, boxes, a"d til'ill! S,). n become satisfied: j i prevent; the dissemination!i : I 'of appeals! among: i It was during die administration of Mr.

it : 18 1I\ I
----- ,.., 1 1 -- --- -- -- (the CCIII'It.in'. answer vZ.iIi the "1'11111.1! i ispdtlrJs When the memorable struggle of 15.28cime i nIT'ctOlaillst! : : the people of that q'lai: ter I II Democracy of Beiks County, Pennsylvania,

'. (1IAiL." -. .- .\'.- I"G. A.L.FISHEF 1! volume of his career, makeb to all I Oil, Mr.I El1III:11J5? ( !, proniiuent; in I of the co'iii'ty ; and on iho question: of the !, first recommended to tile North and the

'CHETT & DOWNING, : ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. who! have coiict iu'd it ncct'S'-.iiy, to ait.ielc: ; t te ;:-o'ites>=. II d.-'d, he was Su conspicuous :nbolition of il-ivery in (ho Dis'iiet of Culum- I South l. that the Missouri lino, should be ex*

4 AT LAW L AGENTS fOR CLAIMS 'T.iLLAH.\s FLt.TILL ., his eii.iK-i.t: deseni.igs i and his lofty: capnci i i it I that the opponents) of Jackson bestowed a full J lilt, M-I Bnc'ianan( used the fallowing eni- : tended: to the Pacific, and that this shoud! ha

"-O.I ." '!diO" t. : \\ )rIete; in tIe, Courts ..ftJs t! ? JIiJ.o! DtI :- t tics. sliaie! of t: the!' bitterness reserved lor the: old 1 phatio! i mguago' : made tho basis of a final settlement of the

--i- "--'is1cUJr. foirn. :,;,r"llrJ.i"IJ D4. 111:1: in 'TlnMisii' C'I1I.Ita.' ; ; Mr. nuchan.tn is in tin Eixl.f:. It .\ear of hero upon his: efficient and! faithful: fiiend.Mr. .- j What! is now asked by th-se memorial) shvcry question in the territories. The war
r- O/1i..c illlhc I C.i'itol.-2.I 1 ( ,
prarticc: I. -bot-. >.f.r..Ls* r-..in, c" ':: ClIimIJ.nn.1 : ,-r tli) Mi)"iii ..( the CKik| of the iiiipmr.c sti-ry. invnwli.itelyov Cur! : '. his : g". iiui in the \'igor of )heallh/iutellertn "I : Buchanan came: into the!! I 11 I uUs" of Rep- i! i i-ts! ? That i in this Di t.ict ol ten miles square ;I Ii wi'l.Texas Mexico, consequent on the annexationof M.*' .

WILL c-'aiuis btcral CUD);,."=;! arid the t vSO : JULy 21, lb:5. 2'-y:' ally! and j.liyscary.: ; I lie! was born in tie!' resen'ativcs for the 1-is.t ti..io; in !S'-29. It ': -.1 District t cat: veti lint of I two slave: holdiog I IStitt the gave us a vast empire in addition

Depirtraents.JuU2 --- -' --- (:jonnly! flf l Fiinvlin! i.i I the Stnti t : ot P-nn-( I was during this s-'sion that! he di. phyedi [ : -;, :and surrouiHied bv' them on nil sides, to area which constitutes our beloved .

*. I!::. -- |, E. BARNARD: Jr !.\ I t'tii.i:, ol'honest and imhiMiioiis i : |.mrins; i .. eminent, qirdities I whic.h proved, him: ; loi fl. ,:.'ry shall: be abolished What would betheeioct I Union, and in the argnmerts growing out of
--
---'R'HBERR Y- WILL COXTiNTK: TIt! and! may truly be call .d the :IICl! ;t.t. of his j be on-of the ablest constitutional lawyers : : of granting their iequc-t ? Yon !I labored the acquisition larnestlanti California. Mr. Buchanan

I 1 own I fo< tune-. Having received a goodtl.. in tin-: country! m ; nirl in a I b !sdy of wiiirli such \\ 1-11:1,1': thus erect a dt-sdel:! in the very hearts! i i : effectively on the fido

Auctioneer and Commission \I DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS I ucation, he; studied: tho profeasio i of I thu I hw, !j statesmen: :IS McDnlfie, Wicklifl'I i :*, 11111 I others, ;; of I these Stiles!: upon a tenitoiy which they! n-'progress.j Mr. Buchanan's I letter on this I

MERCHANT 3f": AT THE OM bTAXJ>, SIGN in the County, of Lancaster i ia. I the same ,I were member?, 'iI I r. Huchanan.. was selected! !| have ('{>tkl, to yon for : far different |urpose.j > : subject i is on record. and speaks for itself.It U
is
TAILAHASSEE. Fla, Sept i 1 8f SO I' State which has ever since been his home.) 1 as (Chairman of the Co-nmiltee of t the Judi- i fiom \\ hick incendiaries cudd: securely attack easy to recall. the vituperation which his I

i 1 III 1814 1 :\luIIH)5 I I IM was dt'ch'tltotheStt!( i ciiry, a duty for which! he had ben well prepared : t the peace and safety of their citizen?.- I proposition( to extend! tho Missouri line ca'Ied

w 1. 33. lWILLS, I OF TIIE WfU* MOETABrj 1! Legislaiiue( : where ,he (!isting.ihed IliIllH'U'i:i ; in th' debates which: had: taken place I You establish a spot within the slaveholding forth from the fanatics: of the North from t .

Wholesale and Retail Druggist, { j 'by those exhibitions. of intellect which give in former sessions, between Mr. CI.I11'. i States which would be a city of refuge for I II those who now clamor for its restoration, and

NEWPORT, FLOBIDA. I G'rncr of Clinton nnJ Monroe. Iota tds, Tall.tlir.cser. ; piomise, I of future cmflinelice. III his pmfession Calhoun, Mr. Lowndes Mr.I Randolph, Mr. | runaway slaves.: You create by law a central i iI who in insane forgetfulness! of t eir hostility:

RDIas: (rom Pbysi i ins auJ Tlantcrs put up I Jaim-irv 10. \\W. ) ,lul jug many succeeding years, he rose I Buchanan himself f, and others equally elli, I J point from wbicdi. trains ofg'inpowder I Ii to it a few years ago set themselves up i'i JLh

O with tbi greatest CAre. JOHN W. EVANS, !' to the highest! ( class of legal (minds. and at a i 10 it. When the celebrated! : ( Judge Peck, of ,i miy be securely! laid, extending into the sur. its peculiar; champions.

Ffbriinry 2. 18:6._&! f ATTORNEY AT LAW, | petiod when Pennsylvania could boast! of her I Missouri, came before the House Mr. Buchanan :j rounding States which nay at any moment Mr. Buchanan's recommendation of an extension
Baldwins her (libsou her R- her Dun. I lt mdi in the I nl the Missouri line far in
the spirit conducting advance
LOG & GAL BltUTII, i n.\I\URIIHa:. (ao ?, sses, was rig produce) a f.-nrfulnnd! destructive explosion. was
ATrodE- FL. j T TriLL site ,prompt jittciitii.n t.i nil bnibf-ss en I, ('::IIs,111' n"'CI'l'llI idges, her Tilghm.ins, her imj eachnii'iit of that functirnary.: The House j Bv passing such: a law: yon introduce the of public sentiment. It was bailed In tho

LAW, TALLAUAsSEE, ; VV tni-led In lii* ranin tJiV C-iinti--! Tl."rnas. : Ilopkiusl'*, her Jenkinses, her Dallases; : and of lh'prl's"nta'iv's, having heard the able arguments enemy into the very bosom' of these two South b.\'nIl parties as an exhibition of firmness .

MA. LONG A J. B. GALBHAITII have Rlo"i- i i De, he was: prepared I fur tho strng. on both sides derided t to, present lo I Stale.; r.nd afford him every opportunity to only too rare in those days amon"-

will! atU-n J. the themnulve C-urU in in the the Hi;practice JdlcCircuit Law., the They Suprem j February 17-, 1855. 7 tf gles of the Cut tire, and( soon becamo conspicj I I the Seam Ic :at tides of impeachment against produce n servile insurrectionIs there nny Northern nun, and it was appreciated by'tJo

C-.urU .I the Di.trict Court of the Uuited I j. Just Received. j( hullS among: those! who hail limit iet' eql\lIb in Jinl-ie- Peck and the)' elected by ballot (May '('::-onahlu} man who can for one moment ) truly national men of the free Sutes.-

ttak_ at T4lLhasiee.Olice I ham no'l I Crrrnnt, .Jcl1'?. rrme! < ,t'ie rO\\'il times: asd: whose tame i is still :30, 1830,) five managers lo conduct the impeachment suppose that: Virginia and Maryland would Would it not be ntrangcly nnjuat if thu proposal .

opp 'Sit4 the. Court HOM$.. LEMONS.llrciillt', ', }';ckl'f l O.h'rll. Bnindy IVach I che.'ished 'among our most agreeable rood- on the part of the House. They have ceded the District of Columbia to f>c of Mr. Buchanan should now be cited

October :8. 1854. If c*, Prrten-c.il J einmw. Oriintri-RTl'inc Al'plt'tI nnd,! Giner. I lections. were, Jame* Buchanan: of Pennsylvania, United States, if they had entertained the, to prove him unsound upon existing issues t
Green ilariiial.-ule. Lctnmi S\nip. !i lk-ij-| It Storrs of New York, George Mc- 'The spirit which Mr. Buchanan
Iruyt
." : I I At this day, after more than lialf century's lien-y slightest idea that Congress would ever use actuated in-
S. S. ANIGHT berrY In.. Strnwlicrry do.Pitn-Frt-tli Salmon.Apple; I ch.!ly-lwU-r.aid: 1 O.Hudd.Kk. 1IIr- intercourse as man and boy with the poopl DuIIic-, of South Carolina Ambrose Spencer, it for any unch purpose I They ceded it fur 1847 when he wrote hi* letter recommend.

(1,1! ., 'Rn''plwrrv) Vinwfar. : I the of New York and CIau: les Wicklifle. fir. Ken- use for convenience, and ing thir extension of the Missouri line
AUCTIONEER'S, COMMISSION MERCHANT : llallibnt and Jblmd. Awnrted I'lcklcs. Seu -hAle of his own immediate district, nnd with your your not for was
FLOHIPA. aud Portir.3O.OOO. I people) ) of Pennsylvania ; after having figured tusky. The display before the Senate on their o\v"n destruction. When slavery ceas- to promote harmony: J (l g110 States of

Septetnber1,18&TiLLAlIAZSEE, 05 Havana n:nr*. $! prominently in the conflicts of parties ; after that celebrated trial, ,fonns a most instructive rsto exist under the law's of Vi'ginia nn I this Union, by recognizing the principle :of

AMES .t LIVELY.January having shared the confidence) of successive pase ?u history. Messrs. Wm. Wirt and .Maryland then, and not till then, ought it to equality: among the Srates! in regard to tho .
: :. 185G. 1 | Jonathan Meredith, appeared for Judge Peck, be in the Distiict common territories qftho and
WILLIAM SCOTT, j Democialic. administrations, ; after hnvmg alJished<\ ot Columbia. people ; ttv,
and on the of the *, Mr. Buchanan When thu .sioa when thn Missouri line has been superseded
LAW LIFE IW3URANO ; contributed! eneigies' to the ov- throw of part manager. at t same se. of Congress,
ATTp'V. rAY ; THE NEWYOaK.LIFE INSURANCE CO poitirltllll'H'Eit'8 without number, ho might closed the argument: in a speech of the two bi Is were repotted, admitting the l Itnnotber.plan settlement, the Nebraska! .
r _" 2LLO. FLA.i2iai' j I thousands and of thmi- great length and profound ability and, restarch. territoii i s of Mirbi.'ni) and Aikans-is Kansis act. based! upon the .sama sentimentof
ZO t 1 J'nn ACCUMULATED CAPITAL. 0. .OOO.OijO.I ( I leave: his case (to tens as .
rf HId C)-np.niy; ii iitw policie on lie lives of :i sands, who have at various times antagonized It is siFt quote I as run of tho mostmasterly States into the Ameiica.ii: Union? Mr. Buchanan State equality: nil patriotic men, will cheer '

WILLIAM S. DILWOKTlf, JL White ner*'n* f-.r "lit') <\\t nnre year*, or fr Hi* 1! his opinions, but now with! the niiiiU: of hi!* expositions f constitutional( on : was selected as the Northern Senator fully abide by and vigilantly maintain- it against .

: and Counsellor at Law ,'Iot1M'rin.! j of lift O.V TUB MUTUAL SYSTEM.Uividetida J. j life befoie (tliern, land (I'rnd.tn. pay their tho public records. who should: present the bill admitting Arkan. the: .rnronds of that.:abolition 'fusion 4

Attorney, declared to.the insured on policcfor t waned I tribute to his consistency nnd to his iite: 'ity After retiiinu from) Congress in 1831 ho sas, and advocate!! it bef-re the Senate, whichhe which once moro threatens to assail- the con.. i.t.

4, KTJC2LLO, FLORIDA. I life. FKAXKLIX. Tres't as a public man, by uniting with l l.is pf litical received from (ienernl Jackson, unsolicited, II did with signal ability and \'. Benton stitutioiuj! rights of the Son'h The country, ",

ILa' Ptixr FBEEUAN-, Actuary.-Moonw i< It ends in (.lacing him I in the Piesideniial the tender of tho mission to Russia. He accepted was chosen as the Sout"ern Scnat who will find, among it* purlli ,men, no (truer or "

: Iii 3 in tie Charts ,of the Middle; Cir-Ga I e' \pplie.ti 'n4 revived in Tal1n1I:1J1""f'B.C.LEWIS.h\ I! chair What nobler monument couloV bu ; that mission., How he discharged; its was to present and advocate thu 'bill admitting "firmer, :advocate nnd defender of tho great 1
,
: i tl') II. and 12-ly Couuljr, January 9:185d. :_ I, raked in cnmtneioouiluMi! $ of any American gnrVo duties the archives If th legation and Michigan into the U lIion. During the '..PN'ltipl' 'popolir: .lorereignly, nA wnhodif dirutHe .

.- AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO pat'i.it ? What more hignificant/ refntaliou; of of the 'Department, will show. Among exciting debates on these issnes Mr. Buchunan .. Nebraskabill 0 _. ', than James Buchanan. t.

. __ "" Oils, White Lea, 'ke. CAPITAL,. .. .. .. 5600fcOO. all the accusatians: of. heateii patty/ combatant other acts, ho rendered the country impor- I spoke repeatedly. He took the broad! ..< Mr. Buchanan, remained ia connection "
be tanUnd valuable service negotiating the ground that the people (the with Mr.: Polk's ivirninijtntron
undersigned Agent of the ave Company. / ? What more conclusive proof couU by > territory 4 hax-ing onlil Marjtih
\ : 200 BOXES WioJow GIft,, M rttd sizes To. 100Kg THE. rtfcwve Rpphcations for and make iunmn<' given to ,the nation at large of the fitness and first commercial treaty between the United formed n Republican Constitution after tli:' 4h, 1849, whsn he once-mcru-rBtorc. d-4o

, fi barrel Linked. WhiLe Oil L.ad, pure, extra 4 1. .? inJt I'll' by Fire on Brick: and Frame Building, the merits of a Matesmait who after such n States and Russia which jsecured to our modi! of the other States, could bb qrid Pennsylvania; and'from that pcrtwl -op t't' the

; : I 4' L'&rtIOiI. Furniture,Merchandize, tc. lifetime, flird hi* indorsers in tho hearts of commerce tho ports ofthe Baltic ami BlackS should bo admitted{ into the Union irrespective election of' the- present tnlig btentd CMef .

: ;": 6 Lg. Zinc; P.!nt, Jamwry T 1858. 3 B. CLEWIR.Lime j ht>'people among whom lie tins nhvays lived, 1 a, and iusmed to us a valuable and continually slavery, and that Congress could not Magistrate ho* engaged himtelf In pursuit

.<,; 0p eluj?* Fire-proof Paint (hbl*. and i DtIL) 1 For Sale.30B8L8. and his warmest supporters among men who .increasing!; trade. What reputation ho and thould not interfere to prevent their nd. congenial to A statesntan'-of. largo'and tztets .

, "t"'nta* .1aTraln arpentlM in 011,1 trr.Ia l bbl.O arnlat pl retail.VtrnUb, of LIt.fot SaleQ.s have far more than forty year stood Sp.opposition left behind him, those who succeeded him are mission Cr: jiny such reason 114 is now urged dec! experience. .i: !
.: '. KN.GU1. Tho chasto nnd manly trio agahst the admission of Kiinia. It '
attest.
AMES LIVELY. to.his opinions? willing to was: CornwED ow TH. 'toUflp ,}
,: i S'-_ April l2tb. I856. .
,. -. ." .

,. .

, .- .._ --....' .,. .";" "' 'A ... --- .- .- -,-,,- ._- .6 -, lit' ', r:100.'- ,
.1 .. ,_ -- --- -, .
.___.__ - -- .
-
-
-
--



-- 4 -i-- -
__ -- -
-
-- -
-- - -
( : .
_ .
__ _- ___ ._ _,_; ... .._ _- .-... ._ '._""--'__" __ '- __, _. --- ......... _. __ ., rh, -- -. .
--- : I- .!::: J"T J .. --. 11 r JL1 1 tv.1- J -l 11 =- .. :. I -t_ -i-- -_------ ----...........- -- w ------- ----- -- ., -
r
-
moorstlo There is doubtof this. The Sentinel's Notice has doubt and leave; for a future occaaion n more extended Retched. That the Committee: oa th41 adl.
party. DO of Judge ffawkl s' of the truth. This charge no *

Jftovibian & Journal It is as certain AS that the elections will take Speech. strrni: tho car of the political friends of our iilussien of the. subject. .....:, :."'.*"-?JbLJnitrpftiEf *ffft LaAnt'rRpt: frig jj

.. place and our candidates live to see It. Thevreaders of the Setrtinerwill agree with cotemporary- }' jvho r** were present as remarkabk Very Respectfully)', unlawfulgrany personto aid fugitive slaves .
-- -- MILLARD\ FILLMORE. tbeir owners and
in.es'cTJitcF1
The meeting was also addressed, nbly and us, that however great might be the ability of :{: j even though coming from the editor of ,. providing
TALLAHASSEE: : This letter needs no comment for Southern for the pcnltnimt! in the courts of the United
eloquently, by the Hon. M. A. Long, the Democratic the Editor of the Sentinel to appreciate eloquence I I tho Sentinel, and all who. know Judge Hawkins _
.4.- ,
I readers. States of who bo
nil
Elector for the Middle District, M. he would be: far liom conceding that ] w'H at once brand it as it d'sTfhe persons may guilty of

Saturday, June 28, 1 !6. Papy, Esq.,tDr. T. B. Lamar, Dr. G. W. quality to' a candidate of an opposing party; vcryJnstance' cited by the Sentinel is illustrative We next hear of him"\ when Mr.v.Garland)' such offence. it':; F
in the
resolution had
Hero MrFzhlrnoro
introduced the following a fair
Parkhill Col. J.-T. Magbee\ and Gen. Butler Indeed, the history of his editorial career has of the charge, shows his incapacity to opportunity
I. lower House: 0(trying to show that he could give the South
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.FOR tho Chairman. abundantly! shown, that for him "nothing discharge the task he undertook as a critic. ,
I I 1. Resolved, That the freedom of speech rod at least, partial justice-buVno, he failed.
good can come ont of Nazareth, and that if Judge Hawkins was :speaking of Mr. Fillmore,
PRESIDENT. of the and the right peaceably to assemble From these facts we are nble.to draw
Evidences! of the Rapid Decay of (the. he cbnfains in his composition none of those not of Mr. Buchanan, and in discussing the I press, the
JAMES BUCHANAN : Fillmore Party. and to petition the government for a redress following as tho only legitimate record of
;I qualities which elevate mortals to the merits of the Know Nothing candidate for' "

OF PENNSYLVANIA.FOR : The National Fill.more! club of New York I skies," no one will deny him the possession:: }he Presidency, he.was silent in reference to grievances, are lights secured to every Mr. Fillmore.I
d citizen of the Unitee States but in the First He in favor of
VICE PRESIDENT. i has gone over unanimously to the Black Republican of those others that would "drz4 g angels the Democratic candidate. Now, accordingto ; was excluding the
exercise of these rights and privileges, no cit. South from all shore in the Territories._
?. down. We are, however, forced to conclude the Sentinel, because Judge Hawkins did
J. C. BRECKENEIDGE, izen or body of people in one State of this Free Territory was hU watch word."
The National Intelligencer introducing the not only that the Sentinel. has no ftlea not, hilst speaking of Mr. Fillmore, charge .
OF KENTUCKY. Union has the to them as to dcprive Second-That he would the
right so use admission ,
,
letter of acceptance of Mr. Fillmore, says of that eloquence which consists in lC'm:1t upon Mr. Buchanan what the Sentinel does, oppose

FOR GOVERNOR, I that it is veIl airarc how generally the ter, uttered in speech, and in the manner of its and what we do not believe, therefore ho the citizens or people in another Stateof of any State into the Union, with a pro-

% MADISON S. PERRY, I Whigs will dissent from the favor which he delivery, ns distinguished from 'the' turbid and suppressed the truth. This logic will do very their rights and privileges or of the property slavery constitution.
secured to them by the constitution and Third-That he was in favor of the immediate
I
Or ALACnUA COCXTY. avows for the general objects! of i/ic Know bombastic language in which such matter is:: well for him who would} have an argument
II I laws. abolition of slavery in the District
: No'hing purty. clothed, but\ that he is even ignorant of the ;I follow .1 peroration, but for no one -lse. of

FOE CONGRESS, i I The Charleston Evening News, edited by terms appropriate to designate the different But we will not follow tho Sentinel in all Upon this resolution Mr. Fillmore voted I Columbia.

GEORGE S. HAWKINS f Col. John with Slade and Giddings, two of the most Fourth That he desired Congress to "AJapI -
Cunningham, one of the most Po\ parts of an address. For instance, the Sentinel his blunders. We will only make one more

OK JACKSON COUNTY. j'' ful writers in the South, and who became a says, in referring to the speech deliveredby reference to the article in question. We are I j notorious abolitionists, in the negative. I press" tho internal slave trade between the ,
On another resolution comprehensive I States.
i FOR ELECTORS. member of the Know Nothing pa-ty as it existed Judge Hawkins on Saturday last, that the told that Judge Hawkins! was: bitter and de. j "
I offered about 1'c see him still in in the I Fifth-Tli.it} ho was opposed to tbe execution .
;: M. A. LONG, PHILLIP DELL, i\ in South Carolina, has come out in ta- 'peroration was not only in bad taste, but : nunciatorv., This charge is upon a par wilh \
of :Mr.\ j .same company. It i is as follows : of any law passed: by Congress in
pursuance
I Buchanan.
1 i ,Yo D. BARNES.! I' vor suggested to his hearers a very different line i I all others emanating from the same source. j ji
{ licwh-cd That all the of I j of that! clause of the Constitution
on
I attempts part relating
i
distinguished Choatc .Massachusetts! of argument from the one afterwards puri i So far from its being true, we believe the j I
t' Ton TI1K fcEX A 1'E. who refused i 'i Congivb*'to abolish slavery in the district of II i to fugitive: slaves.
I to participate in tho Sumner and sued. Now, we have always been taught i whole audience would agree with us that
'- LAMAR. Kansas and fifteen I : Columbia or the Territories! or to prohibit the j jI Sixth-That he was in favor of the .
DR. T. B. I meetings, other leading that tho peroration is the concluding part ofa I there was an entire absence of epithet or vituperation reception
F- -- ; i I removal of slaves from State to State, vr to I of all kinds of petitions on the subject of
of Boston with I
Whigs of their less How I
many speech. then, the conclusion of a bitterness\ or denunciation: of \I
roa THE norj-E OF KEI-KESKXTATIVK: ?, : friends have I : discriminate Lclicccn the Institutions of one ;I slavery-and opposed to the annexation of
avowed their deter-! ,
prominent speech carr suggest to anybody but the Senti-i i any Kind. That: there was strength of. argll.I -
P. B. ES.OXAW, DR. G. PARKHILL ruination to :\11'. Buch : piriii> of I he confederacy and ann'iicr, are { Texas unless it came in as free territory.This .
I support anan. In (the I net the line of argument which is afterwards :j incut and power of wit is conceded. and it .
C. P. CHAIRS, DR. LUCIEN DUVAl. States of ] and I ; in violation of the compromised;; : of ,the con- I isa record the South cannot and will
.. i! Kentucky North Carolina some i ii ; 1 1I to. be pursued, the editor can ilono explain.} !, may be that the editor of the .Sentinel: :: ". as; !:
--- -- --.-- ----- i ftitistion. and destructive! of the fnsidainont:: !l I net endorse.! :Mr. Fillmoro has tince
of the Know: j nerer
I Nothing electors arc declining j None of the :audio s on rhetoric we hn e 'wr j in: the cave of an exordium and }peroration) I
i Floridian & Journal for the Campaign. [ ;! principles on which the union of these States made recantation
I .. ..' these a single and under such
to serve. j ji met hnv ''* >-1 'v.-ii.iki.'ii ihe tislc.: It i.i evident i condiumled( dcrn"'IlltIf .m i-m-ctlve I

We.propose to issue u'ltil on nfter O>'the...-Presidential...--1 "-1,.-J-v election lu- i i About sixty gentlemen, members of the j < to our minds, r.a it must be to the minds i I speech with bitterness and denunciation, or it i j j rests. 1 circustr.nces, it is not unwise to appeal. to the
L continue
I .1..ne.8, the.u.l\1 Campaign rioridian nncl Journal, nt the fol" : Know Nothing party: of \Iuscoga county I of our readers, that the: Sentinel has confounded :, may be that the editor wishes by this moans i ij Fillmore- voted nay: with Giddings, Shade, I I past when wo kiow not the trials of the

losing rat-os': j Ga., in: .1 card in the Times '-S'$ Sentinel dcj ; peroration with caordium, just t as he j to break the force of a speech which will tell 1! te:: Co.I future.

To a single Subscribe, f1 00 j elate their purpose to !support "Breck and : ]has confounded true eloquence with bombast, I with crushing effect upon his cause. I, All of his: other votes in Congress uponI We will close this article with) the testimony

To a Club of 3, nddresi same! P. O. 2 00 I i Buck.:' The same number of the same party I Ij ]legitimate argument with nonsense And facts:: I ::: I I{ the slavery question agree with those above of ANDREW JACKSON: DONKLDSON.. In

To a Club of B. .' .. .. 8 00 j in Milhdgeville\ have adopted a similar course, j with fiction. I The Work Goes Bravely on. ', quoted: and shows his firm adherence to abolition summoning this witness to the eland,we have

.. 4.1. f**1M M ..t. :5> 00 walking into the Democratic ranks with the 'I \r e are tokl by tho Sentinel, that: Judge I Last week we announced to our readers; principles. We have not space however I' the advantage of his being endorsed by their

10, U 700 I following announcement in their card to the iI i ii j Hawkins did not meet the issrre: of the day, the fact, says the Millcdgcvillo Federal (Union I to quoto more, but an abundant supply on I would be national party at Philadelphia ; con-

The insure money attention.must ;intaiiably Bccompnry the orderto !I public : i I j l li but fell at once into the great error of assumj I that th" Georgia Times, a Knovv.Noth- I hand. sequently we will\ offer his testimony without .

i We consider the Democratic! party, re- j| j ing that the basis! of the American party is its I ing paper publised at Dalton, had come out :Mr.\ Fillmore was nominated for the Vice any introduction to Florida Know Nothings

: ATTENTION DEMOCRATS OF TilE ] cently at Cincinnati, in Convention assern.i i :intolerance and proscriplion of foreigners and in favor: of Buchanan and Brerkenridge. Presidency by a Whig Convention held at In speaking of the interference of Mr. Fillmore

;i bled, boldly, fairly, and honestly placed itself I Ij | Roman Catholics." Now if the momentous I This week, we have the pleasure of announcing Albany, in 1847. The Convention adopted in the New York elections of 1851, he
Banner Jefferson.There j in battle says.
and
tendered
County i \ this I
array : -
: paramount I another recruit for. the Tho tha \\ lmot Proviso unanimously. The address It that Mr. Fillmore has
good cause. seems
the
i jssue" to our enemies and to the world. !issue involved in the slavery question is not I forgotten
will be of the Democrats
a meeting i And in view of these facts, and because of I the issue, nay the paramount issue of the Wilkes Republican published Washington, which it sanctioned, avows, vncom abhorrence which his party professed to en.

of J effcr on county, on the first ': the before mentioned con idelnlions, we feelit I day then the Sentinel is right; but if, as we after mature deliberation, has magnanimously promising hostility to the extension of slavery. tertain towards official interference in elections.

Saturday in July, at the Court House I our duty, as Southern men, to support its believe, all other questions are swallowed up and boldly! detemyned that duty to hs: No more territory is our watchword, unless it His own friends represent him as actively -

in Monticello, for the purpose of ratifying i| nominees with it,fall.and on this-issuc with it conqueror in this, which, for its magnitude commandsmore country requires that ho should support the be frct!. We present you sound, good men intermeddling in the NewYork election .

'U the Presidential nominations, and We therefore recommend to our fellow of the public) attention than all others, Democralic nominees. Wo believe there are who PERSONATE these principles." and by letters addressed to the subordinate .

I to nominate candidates for the ncxt I citizens the election of James Buchanan and then we assert that Judge Hawkins, with** all thousands of honest! men who voted the This shows that from 1838 to 1847, a pe- I i : officers, using the influence of his high

legislature. A full attendance is an- I John C. Breckenridge as President and Vice j the boldness of his character, did meet the Know Nothing !ticket last Fall, that are now i rind of nearly ten years, :Mr.[ Fillmore was a I position and great patronage to carry a State

tici patcd. President of tho United States. true "issue of the day," fearlessly, ably and convinced that it is their duty to act with the !j consistent and thorough abolitionist. Not a I ticket.

-r------- I We have not the space to present the almost I Democracy but false word line letter be shown to the
without equivocation. i a pride of opinion or can con- t This cunningly} devised scheme brought

latest Indian News. I numberless instances of a like characteroccurring I \r should! like to be advised by the Sen. i keeps them back. Como out, gentlemen, '|! trary. And evertsingle vote cast by him en j! all tho Whigs friendly to the engagement

The Peninsular that information i daily in every Slfte in\ the Union.Why : i come out. Have the moral to do* (he cast with his political >
says tinel what, in its opinion, is the true -issue of courage I larcry question tat f the support of Seward & Co., and
reached this place on last Monday morning is this I These striking movements are : right. It i is much honorable associates Slade and Adams.
,
I the cia}'." Can it be possible that the editor more to be Giddings, j even t'ns revive friends of the President

to the purport that Alderman! Carlton, William I, occasioned by the Union of :all the antislavery has confounded the questions now before the right. than it .is to be consistent in error.We .- i lie was nominated: to conciliate! :New York 1 t and even the President: himself bowed to

Parker and James Whidden were killed factions at the North and West upon i the country in the way he has confoundedthe I give below the closing Editorial remarks :i and catch the nlcIilion"ote ; for this purpose I|i, the sitpcr'o" gzniiis cfthe Aub irn jmnager ;

by Indian: on Thursday, the 12th inst., within : Fremont, to defeat, as they openly avow, the I different parts of an address: or do foreigners I of tho Wilkes Republican, and commend ,, :.J=o, great rdil11ccIS: placed upon Gen.TnlorV and the President, (Fillmore,)forgetful of his
miles of Ft. Meade.\ No details have i Democratic party, and thereby the them
two i prevent ," Catholics," Americans," Know to the serious reflection of all honest Ir-tter to the Sinch. In that letter i! 'l'gh f o$ !ioll and onerous duties, HAS DESCTCN-
reached us. Firing was heard from the admission of Kansas as a fclavc State.: Theirlalhing ; in the ranks of i *
!! Nothings!'," Fillmore and Doncl on dance men t the"opposition: : ami& the oditn.'ial! : encloslic'! the! editor!: lubocd !!; flED INTO THE ARENA TO WIELD HIS OFFICIAL

jiV: >ve fort during tho \\holo right: at :iTr. ) cry is doicn ri1t! the Democratic befiT3' the editor's imagination! in all [the For rIves, o-ir mind is made! up. The :, to !prove! to (;('rI. Tin. lor, that t the}: extension : INFLUENCE AND PATKONACE IN"SUPPORT OF

Ti'Iis' Honte, nnd, i it-is supposed hat it \\afc party, and the admission of! Kansas into tIle : of ;, cause of the country and the Constitution! ( i.; (.wr the ("ori iit-it Inrrrd. the Rio Grande SCHEMES :*\\*)1.11. SEWARD
I mazes political confu-ioi:: ? i THE : Ot ANOTnCR-
attacked! ard that he ] I'II'MII! under the ani.swclCOJ.SZ1Z1.'WZ! [ our CUH'"e can sev no hope for peace,
was bravely defending: 1 of the ordinances f 17S7, (ichich prohibits \
: Hut, says: IH! editor, Judge HauKins! I fill \no pro-'pect; for the preservation: of the i LOW WEJD. HE FORGETS: ALL ABOUT COMPROMISE -
. himself.I: I adapted by ths Tupcic,! C'in1c'iozz. ;'
servitude
t
involuntary for
I into the! error: of a---nminj: ;( : thai (the basis of Union!: and the government: under \\ hick: we .ctrerVI. except SECESMON/RESCUE AND RIOTS, ANDi
-I No otficial report ha: ? uecn made. yet circumstances \:I The ccndhio'i: of the I: Fillmoro: pall is dcjorr.ble ; the American! party i is it:- intolerance: and: j ropcription :. have iiown to le; a greal and powerful' ,nation cri.nc,) is en object loj high and permanent i:I j I? WILLING TO AFFILIATE' WITH THE WORST

:) ( assure us the truth: of tin? it:1 t I indeed.( How i is it with tho Dernn- .1 save; in the Mai-cess of the. !Democraticpartv. to be h 'c:1 by the veto of the Presidelll.1'.1101' ."- j i UNION
of FOE OF TilE
fortignrrs nllU0111:11:: Catholics. I RATHER THAN SEE: THE
ment. cratic pirfyVhv f all over tic! Union theI () :IWe in 1'l'l.1y I have a high opinion "
-_ __ wIon. _ ." Wo would respectfully! ak, if this!: is :::1 care nothing: for names "' says I DEMOCRACY TRIUMPH.;
i I most enthl1-il-tic: meeting? have 1JC-en held to ; principlesand ; and approval of the sentiments and views em- Listen
; lovers
I S. H. .llallory.At error ito:; uhich Judge Hawkins has fallen, the proper men to carry out these; prini you of the Union Tale
:' ratify tho nomination! : of Buchanan and i braced in editorial. "' we have abundant
then ou what may the American or Know i riples" aro all 1 we ask l for.Ve think we i I your heed you misguided Know Nothinjrtlest yen
a lte r1ti! c\tion meeting in :!shiIi6- Bicckenridgc. The utmost enthusiasm! i hs: : have: both! offered, us in the Democratic Pi-it- testimony: in which the firm aud consistent hug to embrace
be basedVas I ? a scorpion vjiose stingis
Nothing party it baseless ? your
Ion, the above gentleman r.ddreed! the excited : been awnkcned by these judicious nominations | form and its nominees, and entertaining the j abolitionism of Fillmore, as demonstrated by
.. deadly. Your candidate for the Ve Presidency
I If then there
so, was good ground for the
multitude, : r2d his speech pronounced one : views we dn, and for the reasons in part set
and the ) \\itl. : ,
peoj.lo a unanimity unparalleled his whole course as a public man, is made the
of the best made the io:1. charge that it was formed for the purpose of |I forth in the foregoing remarks, we this week I thus speaks of Mr. Fillmores positon
on occa | in political hUfory, have taken the I lever which to turn the vote of the North i
( throw i upon the issue. Do
obtaining the spoils of office-nothing more. our banner to tho breeze, with the i I on slavery you desire evidence
Mr. :Iticlianan'sLcttcroficceptance. i!! field in their support. Every sensible man inI i Had it no principles ? And if it had we II name of BUCHANAN and BRECKENT- But our space bids us for the present to cease. stronger! Comment is unneccessary.YOUNG .

;I the Country admits the success of the ticket, : RIDGE inscribed thereon, resolved to do YOUNG AMERICA.No. "AM: ERICA.
would be to be informed others
glad what
Buchanan
Mr. in admirably written
an
i(; every true pntiiot desires it, the safely of the ; battle in their behalf, satisfied that in supporting .
letter accepts the nomination of the Cincin-i than those ascribed to it; by Judge Hawkins them we are at the same time contributing II. % Democratic Meeting.A .
it and
| Union requires therefore, its '
majoritywill
nati( Convention, whichill appear in: our be cdentl'f. I I formed the bond of its union. To be sure, to the best of our humble abjlity, to Klllmore and Slavery meeting of the Democratic party of Leon

text I-sue. unpre I these were but a feeble bond, but still wo the perpetuity of the government/ and the ,! Since it has pleased the Know Nothings of County was held at the Court Hop-fi'in Tallahassee !.
-- -
preservation of the Constitution
were told it was the one to bind together a I the basis of ;; Florida to eschew all principles and announce
j flint ,on Saturday the 21st motion -
Read Communications; signed 'Yotng The Sentinel In Error. government. iry.On
: |
large party raised upon the ruins and in spite -_ 'I that Mr. Fillmore is platform enough," thus of F. L. Viilepigue, Esq., GeOBERT!
America.We :
I The last issue of the Sentinel, attempting of tho of both the and Democratic !
--__--- ---_- I opposition Whig \o. I. challenging investigation into his: political antecedent i BUTLER, was cilled: to the C\\'*{ and Jo*

publish! cn the 1 lint page ::n interesting j 1 to delineate the political life of Mr. Buchan- ,I parties. Fillmore and Slavery. I i! *, we will present a few more of the I S. JONES, appointed Secretary.
ketch oft e public life of Mr. Uuchanan. i an, presents a series of resolutions purport- ; Again, the Sentinel says his party only j abundant facts on hand, showing him to have I
The Chairman
I ex4ained the
!' Mr;. EDITOR :-The of Mr.i pertinently
ing to have been passed at a public : acceptance i
rue. ting t, seeks moderate legUIalion on tho subject of 1, )been from! his first appearance the
I upon pubj j pf the i $f
object
The proceedings of a. Democratic meeting the of Lancaster I Fillmore Iming'beon rendered a fixed fact, it meeting.
in Perm.
,- thy on the :23d II i the naturalization laws and uncompromising lie stage, to the time of his nomination for the
Wakulla, were received and put in type, I not bo altogether j 1 j On matron of ft. C. '\"ilIiall'f"! j& a committee
luay inappropriate: to
: of November 1S19; in the lay :
deprecating' most j hostility to all higher law men, whether Roman Vice Presidency!: a thorough, uncompromising
Lot bj' accident were' thrown into lie this i decided manner: the existence of s'urcrJ ill : Methodists:\[ ; or Presbyterians." i i before our people? a resume of his opinions' i i i ii and con i:3tentllOlitioni t. [i was appointed, consist 4.. fv Messrs.

morning, which accounts for their nonappearance I I i some public( questions but j I Galbraith, Green Chaires, Rich !Bradford,
oj lhn nc: Territories and iiar Stales \ \\' all that the i upon particularly j jj
any e along thought assumptionthat !1 In December, 1937: Mr. Adams presented i
this week. Theyill! : :in i j that of The of the Oliver, Sills, SaurnArz., l Urnjarr: ; Moody and
nppear slavery. signs! times I
: which might thereafter be created Con'gress. are 1
1' by Catholics held temporary allegiance to ; a petition prating (for the aboliton of slavery j
Dr. Cole V3 and\ submit basis of
the nest i issue. indeed anti it prepare a
i The proceedings: of the in- the the woof and web the | portentous, behooves() ( southern 1 i
,! meeting Pope was of m tc- and the slave trade in: the Di3trict of (Volume i

BitEUECtE.-\Caterequebted to stateIbat dicatc that :\Buchanan was chairman of j: rial! of the opposition to that portion of our i men to'gnard with an unceasing vigilance .: bin, and that it be referred to the proper Comj I I voting for COWAYJ; nom'nntions.I .
the absence of the committee M.
During ,
a free Barbecue will'l be given nt Jack the committee which reported the re-solutions. '| people.) To be sure, the American: candidate I their constitutional rights, and to test by. the j mittee, wilh instructions to consider and re1 I I D. Papy, Esq., submitted the following resolutions -
I
son's Shop in! (Oa>JxiCi! County, on the I :'I- ; 3Ir. Fuller the American candidate, for speaker for Governor, Mr. Walker, never has given l most approved standard, those who are now i 1 port thereon. Upon a motion to lay this on I i t which after a brief address by Mr.

.- proachng! of July. Sp ccll's will be delivered : of the present Congress\ whenx. addressing .i, his assent: to this proposition( and has always::; I I seeking: to serve them. The paramount: issues the table, :\Ir.\\ Fillmore votod nay, with! liar- I I j P. replete with spirit and eloquence, were-
: :: the House of short time I slavery like a mighty cloud, overshad-I! unanimously adopted :
md the public generally are invited j Representatives a 1 been! opposed, as we arc informed, to this article I per and Slade. This was before the rccep-
: since, in vindication of his own po1iticlll'har- |i ow every issue in vital 1 importance to the I WHEREAS the Democratic party of Leoir
to attend. of Know Nothing faith. But we were ;i tion by tho public of his Erie letter, and
: acter it to assail that of Mri I II i | South. Wo should ask and require] a firm 1 County assembled for the purpose of ratio!
; thought
; proper : not advised before that .Methodists and Pres- j shows his: thorough conviction that
The lion GEo..hl..ivKINs'IefL this !' upon fying the nominations recently made: by
: this from
city stand.iipon question candidate
I Buchanan! and }produced these very resolu-! i' byterinns were to bo included, this whole any\ j ji issue. the Cincinnati! Convention,and hailing the
Thursday! last for the Eastern Section of I before I
on i
receiving our for those who
suffrages
? : lions\ as one of the historical evidences! to : sale political proscription.) \r c were not In 1838, Mr. Atherton ofN. H. offered the action of that body and the platform adop-

the State, to commence the canvass at Ocalaon i i support and justify his assault. The Hon. i I aware that there was anything in the doctrines j are not now for us must be against us.Ve I following with other resolutions : ted by the unanimous votes of delegatesfrom

the 14th Proximo. : J. GJancy Jones replied to that }part of Mr. or policy of either of these Churches I propose to give a hasty and impartial sketch 1 | Resolved, That this government is a govj the North and from the South, from
of !Mr.\ Filimore's tho the East and.from the West, as harbingers
The Democratic .fleeting. Fuller's speech referring to Mr. Buchanan's: which smacked of a higher law, althoughsome course upon slavery j ernmcnt of limited powers, and that by the of a brighter future, avail themselves of this.

:Notwithstanding! the inclement weather, the political record, and denied and disproved time ago there was in some of the other question and leave it to the public to decide 1 I constitution of the United States, Congress opportunity to extend the hand of fellow-

; meeting of the Leon Democracy on Saturday i| the charge that Mr.\ Buchanan Ind anything) Stales an intimation that Methodism would I upon bis merits. Here are his first footprints : I has I has no jurisdiction over the institution of ship to those ef their, fel-ow citizens, who

: last was well: aliened. The proceedings 'i to do with the concoction or passage; of these sooner become an object of care and solicitude BUFFALO, October 17, 1838. slavery in the several States. like themselves are anxious to promote tho

which appear in anoTher column were distinguished | resolutions. That Mr. Buchanan never eaw: on the part of those who-guide tho destinies Sin :-Your communication, as Chairmanof Mr. JFillmoro voted nay upon this with the success whole of Southern Principles People.Be which.are common to*

.. by the most encouraging enthusiasm, !, them until they appeared in print. ( of the Know Nothing party. committee appointed by the anti-slavery Adams, Giddings and Slade. it therrforc Resolved, That we cordiallyand

: nobly and patriotically responding to the I The denial was made by Mr. Jones upon But moderate legislation on tire subject of society of tho county of'Erie. has just come Mr. Wise! afterwards offered the following heartily ratify the nominations of James.

t nominations of the Democratic National and j j the authority of Mr. Buchanan himself, sos. the naturalization laws, we were told, is all to hand. You* solicit my answer to the (oh.owfng among a number of resolutions, whichaasertsa Buchanan for the Presidency and John C.

State Conventions. The appearance of JudgeHawkins j tamed by the recollections and asseverations .that is sought. Good care, however, is taken interrogatories: doctrine on the Fugitive Slate Laic, that Breckenridge Resolved, That for the in James Vice Presidency.Buchanan!

was hailed with tho most flattering : of distinguished gentlemen of Pennsylvania, not to advise the public in what this moderate First-Do you believe that petitions to may enable us to glean in some degree his cognize a statesman. of lipo experience we ajidi ret

demonstrations of applause. and his eloquentand I, who were the political contemporaries of Mr. legislation is to consist. The rule of"faith Congress on the subject cf Slavery and the opinions upon that subject. tried patriotism and ability, and in his anani.

truly effective speech was listened tovitb B. at that early period. of the Know Nothings was entire proscription slave trade ought to be received, read and Resolved, That the LAWS OF CONGRESS A. mous nomination the assurance that the Democracy -.

:; the most profound attention. Thee After what had transpired in Congress upon I ; and if this baa been whittled down to respectfully considered by the representatives LONE GOVERN in prescribing and regulating of the Ncrth are ready to unite withns -

:. never was more union of purpose, more harmony this subject, and made public by tho press I[ something less, we have not yet "been informed of tho people ? tho MODE AND MANNER in which FUGITIVE in in preserving the rights of tho States and.

p oT feeling, more fixedness of determination1 throughout the country, we confess our surprise : what. is the distinct nature of the new Seconri -Are you opposed to the annexation SLAVES shall be apprehended, and THEIR tho guarding treacherous the Federal assaults Constitution of Us enemies against and;

for a ticket than: exists now with the to find these resolutions paraded in the proposition. It may be good policy for the ot TEXAS to this Union, under any errcumstxncos RIGHTS TO FREEDOX held in &non-slave-- tho enemies of the Union.; _

.4 Leon Democracy for the Democratic national columns of tho Sentinel, unaccompanied by : Sentinel to hold back this information and so LONG AS SLAVES ABE UELD holding States, Distriot of Columbia, and Reserved, That in the nomination of John

!: Stale: and county tickets. Tho latter the slightest intimation that injustice had been keep the country. in ignorance of what it TIIEBEIKI: -!>- Territories, and the MODE AND MANNER in C. Breckenridge for the Vice Presidency the

.3 'C composed of Dr.T. R. Lamar for the Senate, done Mr.-Buchanan by this unwarrantable seeks, because if it were to announce dis. Third-Aro you in favor of Congress ex. which they shall be restored or delivered to Convention have presented to ns an accomplished -

: and P. B. Brokaw, C. P. Chairs, Esqrs., and association of his name with their productionand tinctly its purposes in this respect, he mightfind ercising all the constitutional power it poSe their owners: in the Slave States worthy orator, a of truo our hearted support and Southern wwrtAy gel'tleman of!

: Dr. W. Parkhill, and Dr. Lucicn Duval, for adoption. We submit, whether this kind a large portion of his party unwilling to sesses, to abolish the INTXXVAL SLATE TRADE Resolved: That Congress ha.s no power to the great statesman with whom V* has been,

p the House Representatives is remarkable- unfairness will add any thing "to tho char. agree with him. At all events, this late declaration BETWEEN THE STATES. impose npon any State abolition of slaveryin associated. .

; *. for intelligence of a high order, combining all acter oft Journal for candor and reliability of the Sentinel is n_ tribute to the Fourth( <+--\To you in favor of immediateleg. Us limits,as a condition of admission into 1 Rescind, That. in a spirit of wciliation.

I the elements popular success, and legislative when speaking{ of its adversaries. Wo are Democratic party for its action in opposing islatioa for the abolition. of slavery in tin this Union. all and our harmony fellow-citizens, we invite who the l l&Q CQ.C'ourtWCM* \tatIO,.be.of

osafulnees. It is a patriotic ticket; ant quite sure the editor of the Sentinel will join the, wholesale proscription originally em District of Columbia!II Upon the principle hero contained, so firm, lieve that the righu of"the Sovth and tha

able ticket; a respectable ticket ; a popular us in the opinion that it will not,. ..And there; bodied in the Know Nothing creed, becauseit am much engaged, and have no time to ly and stoutly clung to by tho whole South, safety of the Union are dependent on the f Issue-

ticket ; and the voters of Leon will- cheerfully l.t l. fore we are- disposed_ believe. > that bo WAS; in effect admits tho Democrats were .rightand enter into an argument, or to explain at length! Mr. Fillmore, true to his former course, voted of the contest, and who are satisfied that thp

'. t support it; Many of tho old lino Whigs unapprizexl of the truo state 'of tho- case, and it and its pnrty were wrong. my reasons for my opinion I shall therefore, nay with Giddings, Shade, & Co. imperilled union of the by Southern the recollection people of should former Hot disaentions 1 b'-

: ('. will walk into the Democratic fold! and unite now!; that he is correctly informed will make The Scntin I'88Y8, that tho grCt fault:,of for the present content myself by answering Mr. Calhoun cf Kentucky submitted_. the or the continuation of. mirier differ

i:;, In gloriouc: tjuunph, that. awaits the Dc.c ,' the correction due Judge .Hawkin's speech! "was the suppression\ AL your interrogatories ia the Fnm.\T"B., following, to-wit: F -- ences. .p. -

I. '
.
.
.- -4
'p .. "
.l o r''-:-... .
f r!" J
JI'
'' .
-f.r- "- .... .
T
-
A- .
-



------ ---- -- -- -
-
.-
,
S
.- *
---u-- r j :
4
, ,
__ ____ .
_
-j.-
-- ,__ -- L---. -1 ------
- --- - -- -- - ------- --- __ --
'" -- --
S -- -- B i iw
-r- ---- ----
:

i Restated.:TkaPtwitlo cordially rctifrnw! : r, *s rcqi2red by tut law of-J Oth- August, -United States Mail, Citation. -Executofs Notice WIuu, : e. :. .

otxiorM the nntniosttont ruadc1 bj the Madi. 1B4S,1 nest be accompanied by -written guarantee, ta all o LD OUrd Brandow /
of Florida ) To tbe' idow next of kin of XTOTICE U bereby given pmom hrfdinp port
the forma of which are herewith given. -X State or ,
Convention of Hon. M. 8. for Governor the of N tti-
Perry 1> estate
demands against
eon ehMms Crln
Those only where offers may b$ accepted will be notified FLORIDA.POST County of Len J Richard Regan, deceased : or Madeira, Thlndf ,
and Hon. George S. Hawktds for Con nan Oiler ease, late of Gad Hen county, deceased to SatJlns,
and the contract will be forwarded as soon tbere HEREAS, a petition has been filed in my office ghmr.

gross, recognizing in them gentlemen of high after at practicable, which they -will be required to Orrici DCTAKTMEKT. ) W for the granting of probate of the nuncupative present them Irgallj authenticated will within be r.magaiit] tL\. time f Sparkling Gelitlne, Frt 'rrtdrf.iTorinif QnIe,.,

character, intelligence and integrity worthy execute within ten days after its receipt at the post June 12 1856. ) will of the said Richard Beean, von are hereby prescribed by law. or this notice S. SH EPAKD. Extract **: i'PJ

of of office or navy agency named by them. nrtifod that :I hare appointed Thursday the 10th their final recovery. E. T ast PowJr, TtciarmiM,,
of the Democracy every portion our OPOSALS for the mails of the United Ext r.
Carrying
Sureties in the full amount will be required to sign P day of July next, for the bearing of said petition, and Spanish Olifrt, 8picei._
Slate andtowhont we pledge our active States from October 1. 1858, to Jane 81, 189 June 21 1856. 25
,
the contract, and their responsibility certified to by a yon are hereby cited and called to appear before me CornStarch, PieHe*.
.united and enthusiastic support. United States District Judge, United States District on the following route in the State of Florida, in the at the Court-house, in Tallahassee, on the day aforesaid WurcHtmbjrt SUo*. Salad Oil.

Resolved, That the administration of Franklin Attorney: Collector or Navy Aeent As additional manner lie nn specified will be received at tte Coo- at 10 o'clock A. M, in order that yon may contest D7P.GIVES: Lewis English Mustard, Capers, .

Fierce has,in our opinion, been marked by security, twenty per centum will be withheld from tract Office nf the Post Office Department, in the city the same if you think fit. notice to his friends and pat- Claret, Cocoa. _
of Washington, until 5, p. in., of the let September, under hand and seal of office of AMES'i LJYELT.
devotion to the Constitution anj the amount of the bills until the contract shall have i Oiv-n rny that be U now fa possession
unwavering been 1656. to be decided on the next day : 1L *.1 this 7th of JIav. A. D. 1S5R."D.W.OWYNN. in Deutis- .
completed, and eighty per centum of each bill day all the latest improvement January 5,1848.
and contention that Lave 6857 From Columbus Fort Shoal
strife Town
that amid the by Fanning. ,
approved in triplicate by ibe commandant of the respective try. 1st, The eviction of Teeth without producing t
surrounded the President, he has remained navy yards, will be paid by the navy agent Old Town. Clay Landing. Atsena Otie, and Ho- Judjje of Probate. pain, br tb. aid of a local application, which consists .A.meE* 4' ; 7o1y ,

firm 1s )he granite of his native hills. To within thirty days after its presentation to him. in raosnssa.steamboats.to Bay Port, and back twice a month, May 10, 1856. l90day rt npnlymtjaTi artificial fretzuifr mixture to the part TAIJ.AH4S3EL. FLORIDA,

him nnd his able coadjutors, we tender our It is stipulated in the contract that, if default be T* "V T"-' until fuil r benumbed. 2-1. The immedsatMnsfrtioo of ,
Bidders will state the distance, and schedule
made the of the first I propose a Perehn which can be &ss2 WhoUnl and.Ho tall Caaleri la
by parties in all Set Ontta ,
part delivering a Temporary on
the
heartfelt and expression of which will make due with ,
the
grati'e our steam to
connex 01. Important Housekeepers
: 1
or anvofthe articles mentioned of the quality and at worn with comfort, and ease till he Gums are fully 3 DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
confidence in their ers plying between New Orleans La and West
and Key
,
continued
patriotism
the time and place provided, then, and hi that case, Flm t! prepared for a pernnnent, Set ; then inserted on
fiedelitv. the contractor and his sureties will forfeit cud pay to FARMERS AND FRUIT GROWERSArthur's : that bfnutifol plan called continuous Gum, which are Perfumery, Dy.uiTs) Sjrjjirml Iintrumcnt
Proposals for once week service are a1o invited. Sricen. SmT.( Widows Gfo**. Paui.
tLe United States and
The Committee to ns liquidated damages a sum of B<> much worn and admired, fur beauty, strength,
appointed arra'igehais a money equal to twice the amount of the contract prices NOTE I perfect cenliriess.! O.N, Virnihea. Putt*f M anufaetured Tobacw.

of voting, iaing ihrough their chair-i therein agreed upon as the price to be paid incase Prof os.ls must be guarantied by two ..responsiblerersors Patent Air-Tight May 31. 18.-.6.. 22I anti Glnss: Wore. Patent M JJcinw.

of the actual delivery theii-of, which certified to F.S such by a "" Fine Soups, Fine Tooth, Pure \7ine awl Bran,15 4an3
liquidated postmaster s judge
rann reported, the Convention proceeded to i / AJSS Frf \ Fruit and TvmiV I
:
foi pr.terving Hair 1'rushrt, f>r Mev'ifin'u, *.
be purpose
damages may recovered or retained from time to of a court of record ; and contract must be entered --T-----:
make nominations, which resulted as follows : j time \ totsjcr ll'inter L'*'. This article soextensively ; Paint Jrtshc: Fancy Arliclf ;
as they accrue from the said parties of the first into by the ueceFsful bidder, with surety, before the ,
For the Senate Dr. T. B. Lamnr. -j part or either of them. 1st of Oc'ot.er. 1S56. used in the East anti Northern States last season. State of Florida, ) '. Garden Seed, Fine Havana Sjjnr.

Classes Nos. 1, 2, 4. C, 7, S-to ho delivered one- No pay wijl be mado for tnT s not performed, and I will be introduced to the citizens of Tallahassee and County <>f Hamilton, f f They have r. ently received a Ltyt antt freJiin'ppfi

For the House of RepresentedVCP( B.Brnui fourth pnrt on or before the 16th of Hay, one-fourth for each of such omissions not satiffactovVlv explained surrounding country by the undersigned who has i o\v OTICE is hereby given that nit entire and com- I[ / of every vaiit-ty of.artitle usually IOpt tdruffjrtJs. /
manufacture in this for
.% (;. W. ParltliiH, C. P. Chnires, and part by the 20th July one-fourth part by the 20th three times the pay of the trip nv-.f be deducted.For .- I the the coming exclusive right to It is to vincinify call 1 1I .1. pli-te Stock of new Good, belonging to the ea- ,' PLntcrs aud Phy ici.ins will ilajs flail
seas.n. only an tlii
September, and ihe remainder by the 1st December arrivals BO far behind tim- necessary nt ritaMi.hmor.t a full supply ofercrytbiog ne -
bn-ak ?
a' to connexion tate of Allen O.Johnvn, 1 ite of said county deceased.
and ofi
qL jCI :i D'al. 1657. Classes Nos. S and UuJhrhole by the 15 h with depending mails, and not sufficiently excatod, I I examine these article* the recommendations wi 1 be ofTt-red at private wd '. Purchasers wiil )1-e ,' dc-d, an-l on the inn t !tihriter'ur.!
who have used them to be convinced that
Oh motion, It was resolved, that the proceedings May, 1857. The remaining classes to bo delivered one-fourth of the compensation for the trip i is subject I i they the persona are the best, most simple and economical article! required to give good and sufficient security f-r the Order frr-m the! Cmtry prom ply filler'1 an'frttJtf.seti' ? -
oue fourth part on orbefore the 1st September next to forfeiture. Fines will be I >n cn.iranteed, with regard beth to prices and qunI-
"of the meeting 1)0 published in the imposed unless the delinquency for the ever offered to the public. They cm pn nu-nt <.f the purchase money, and to execute their ]
ooe-fmrth put en cr before the 1st December next be purpose nofos tl'hv.iciu&'i prte'7itit.n carefully ccmpfiund
and L
promptly satisfactorily explained, bcnring f'il.t cent i.itere t. from iiat---. and
Floridian Journal. There being no fiirtli- one-fourth part on or brf.-ie the 1st April and the for neglecting to take the mail from r into a post be used by risk the most failure.B3T" unskilful. person, without the oe: half p.ivaMe six|I.4r anti the o her tweli'e months at- Also, E.pnu'a co 4 -i.n.l Fluid Extract of BucJu..run. .
of
cr business, tho nieeti"H }<0onrned.ROJJRKT | iemiindtr t>n or before the SOth! June, 1857 comprising office; for suffering it to be injured, destroyed, robbed i ior slightest, Purcha with' circular ter d.-itc. IViHiins wi'l 1 he allt wed from th- date 5, 183 B. 1
ers are supplied a containing -
BLtLKR:: Chiirmnn.JAS. at each delivery a due proportion of eacl, artic1e. loft; and for refusing, after demand, cony the full and reliable directions lor 1-rreof niitiil: the fir-l day of July next, to put in thr: |
; put.intrupfiuiUan
S. JoNr &CTc27mr.Po1iticalInte11igence. Class l.( and all following if addition-a" quantities of mail a* frequently PS the coi, tractor run or is eon- .I tomatoo" in these Cans, placing the whole ppxessconveniently biJ. I.K) .- V. l;l.b by t e iivlersZne.I. xc,2 X !
,
of the
any articles named therein *iie demanded, they cerne.l in running vehicle on the route. The Post-I within the rea/'h of l.ausikeej'cr.A TH'J J. MARION.i Cxr. of Ice.

nr to he furnished on like terms nnd conditions proviou ma ter General rniy annul the ccntiart fcr repeated ] large supply ot thee Cans: will every bo constantly, kept .Tii-pir. Fhu.! Jtr-o: 21, lf-r.fi.:; 25: Any ftuanity 4.
the
American r.ffiirs still the topic to expiration} of the fi onl year, upon ic- fulures: to run agreeably to contract, rr for dNobeving '< in store. Persons wishing to supply thi'ni=tlvespn! >t Id f OTS of the e ti"iw c..l l fuff j'ist nnired. nn ti
are exciting ; cemns n notice fifteen dm from ofnx' laws i iSta'
? the bureau, the the post Or instruction* of thp depaitm \ Notice
Couim.-indttnt of apply immediately, ns tie fi nit si.M.n; v near nt hand. i 2J for sale I t.v the wayn toni, ewt. or the mL!
of dis u'" ,n, altliough] iiie dismissal of Mr. ihe -qCI. or 'mvy -i-'fiit.I: nt. The Postmast Gen ml may alt< r the s-fhc-I C'.ins "
.
All sold: arc made ty the vndi is-isrned and warranted By I). LADL.Newptt.
f Fi.iriJ.i
As the law
)
Crampton was net officially known.It )equintho pie pavm-nt of postage, dii'e. He m v at o oidi-r nn ineieasc of ?ervic'- by I Iallowinir W I < i .
M. !
-tf'. P. SLUScEK. Coui.tof Ilami'rnn.! fLIJ My tO.Just. 15:$. 1?
is ai;'. ibnt Mr. Dallas v.iil not bo dis- I persons desiring the cnmmnndai.t' 4.f the yard; or tic then-for ao rnla inTease on the conliai-t ;' May l, 15. 22PROCLAMATION :
Itasy Sigent t> send them by innil schedules t>f cuchas jiay. He may also curtail or contin'ie the service < i persons trileloqi tn the <-ttst of Alkn ((1. |

miedAn eaJSPS they de ire should <>ncK e i-i their npplica- i.i whole or in t art, nt p'o r>.ta dwreas' of pay, allowing __L. Johnson. late of Hannltm etmnly. drcea?'*!. are i[ Received, 9..

attempt inaile to assassinate the Queen '. tion poBlnge stamps, to in: mc trausrr.igsicn, but applications < ne month's extia compen ntionon tlie nnioiiut -qiiesti-i to rsine immediate payment, nnd tl.ei.e PEIi WM. P PETTIS--FROM NEW OP.LEAN* .5.p

of Spain, caused a decline of three percent to this bureau fcr such "clx-duTes will no.t re- I of 8r\ice di ppned wit Ii. Bide'should be ad.lr ssed ha ir-g doniand! ngiin: said estate wiil preeerCiJ Floa-. *

in the French funds.) quire pre payuient. ]I to the Second Assi-tant l'otinn'er i Genera''," BUperscribed BT p the time pros-cribe bv law. i iNATH'L. I \r 5 BIRS prime Rio Coffee

There haie been tri ilile inundations in rtojumal- .Vn. CS57, Florida.'' JAMES 12. BIIOOMC, P. MARION Txtr 2 Tierces S. C. Horn-. .
i FORM OF OFFER. F r further particulars see pan.phlet odverli emtnt I June 2], 185(. 25 i|
i Gorcrnor the Kln'.e nf Florida.i [ 2 Cask boul.iers.EbIs. .
France doing gieit injury nt Havre, destroying I.: of State of hereby agree for cain'ins the tnniN in Vir ini.i: North Carolina, of -- S Sucnr Louse ?u t.iat..rs! .

the city of Ttuts, and causing much I- to furnish nnd deliver at the respective navy yards all ': South Carulina, Georgia, and Florida dated January i THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARDT" Bell-Air Academy. I. Whiskey

suffering at Lyons.FKOM; the articles named hi the cLsFcs hereunto a'niirxed, a- 'I 12,1855.: JAMES CAMPBELL. 5 Rises Claret/
NEAR TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.
greeably to the provisions < f the schedules therefor, Postmaster Central All ofwhith will I be soU low U-

WAIIIXGTO nnd in conformity with th advertisement of the Bureau : Juno 21. 1S5G. 25-4w F "IllS Institution too long: and favorably known til > s.S.1Nlozrr: -I

of Construction, 4e., ou Jnne 2. 1656. Insolvent Estate Notice 7HEREAS an atrocious murder was comibitted: require a description of its convenience, aalubri-
WAEHIXCTOS:. June 22.-Gen. Pesifer i Should offer be I location nnd will Ui
my accepted. request to be ad- T T on the body of William Millieau in the County ty of advantng", opened on tic NEW
Smith, has been ordered io the command of '1 dressed at and the contract forwarded to na- j I State of Florida, | of Marion, in this State, on the night of.the first of first MOVPAY of JCXK, proximo. GjOODS ii'

U. S. troops in Kansas, with imperative in- ry and advanced branches of English. Prinia-
person
certificate. having claims against the Estate of and advanced Mathematics the Natural Science
j | persons ,
ends be subserved and the ry JOHN
Etroctious to a end to the troubles that the jus-tice may PRATOKIOUS.
put speedy |i [Date.] I Jinkins, late of Leon county, (deceased, Know the CI.i sic- and all branches usual in Southern Iu--ti-
[Signature.] guilty party brought to condign punishment ;
In that territory. notified to the to the 1 will be
j t are hereby present smne Judge tution, taught
I The schedule which the bidder ecioee be that I James E. Broome. Governor of the Stite of
The nalbn.l: Filhnore club of New York, j: pasted 'o his offer, an J each of them signed mrrt by him. of Probate, ot Leon County at la* office in Tallahassee ye Florida, do hereby offer the KEWAHU of ?300 for the The sub divii.tn.i of the Seestons. and the rates r fTniii'iu MERCHANT TAILOK,
Las on or before the first Monday in December: next, as previously adopted and given below, will
gone over to the Black Republicans. Opposite each article in the schedule the price must for rata. I apprehension of said person, ujxm evidence sufllcient Dealer in Reidy Made Clothing andGentlemen's
further
payment pro remain unchanged. Any particulars desired
,
be. set, the amount carried out, the aggregate footed to lend to his conviction. I. Goods. -
D. W. GWYNN,. rnav be ascertained bv application to the undersigned. Furnishing
{From the Jacksonville News.] up for each class, and the a-nouut likewise written inwords. I In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my : .
Judge of Probate. J. J. ALEXANDER --- --4SPRING --- -
hand, and caused to be affixed the Seal of the

Democratic Appointments. May 24, 1816._,_____ ._ ._ .4 21 [SKAL.J State of Florida. Done at the Capitol iu the I: It'>fn af Tuition pfr Stfsion of Fire JfngLPu'uUe -.
The! Democratic candidates for Governor FORM OF GUARANTEE. I City of Talh hassee, this 19th day of May, A. j Qcai terry :

and Congress will adJrcss their felloxv.citi-! I The undersigned, of in the State ,, Board of Commissaries of D. 1856. For RtaJiic. Spellin, Writinj PrimaryGtornphv AND SUMMER -

Lens nt i of and tf --, in the State of t Police and Health i t AMES E. BROOME. aol Piin-ary Aiithmetic, (Oral) 1000
; Governor of Florida.By Fir \Vi itteti Arithmetic, and Geography CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES.I .
hereby guarantee that in cie: the foiegninij ,
Ocala Monday! July 14. Lid of for tiny of the clas p therein named be j IN obedience to the requintiom ofOrdiauce 13.1. the Governor. Attest:- I Ctctired. . ... 1 1500Fi I II AM now receiving an extensive assortment of ,.

Flemington. .Tuesday, J5.Micanopy accepted tha' lie or they will within ten hus nftcij hereby appoint the following individuals comiui-i. I Isaries { F. ViLLrrir.tc. I r Iln. !h,-h Granimi-r and oth<:r EnTi.di Clothe Cassitnercs 'Vstings, Drap dEte. Whit I

. WeduMay 1G. j j the nrceipt of the contract at the post office umned or the city of Police and health: in the several Wards of '1: Secretary of Fbi riia. j U.Ia-s: 2f>'00 Bi-nvn and Fancy Linens, White ami Figured MarSciiC5.
: 24
Orange isprings.I'riday' 18. I navy asrmt designated, esTute the contract for the In Ward 1. J'lnetion of McC.irty St. with Boule- M.avSl, 1S5G. lotIM W.i- ics. 25 .00 sit of which I am prepared to make op onshoit

Palatka . .Saturday 19. |i name with good and sufficient snnties. amid in case I yard to the haute of the city North and West P. T j M. v si, isy. 2 notice! in the aw t 'isbiouable t\les aud on na t
| shall fyil to enter into contract na aforesaid, < ICE: ICE ICE c't&abIe tei n.
PEAUCE, Esq. i -I Iri
Meetings; v ill r.l lo be held at St. Augus-i! we guarantee to mnke rood the Hiff-Tencc between : FRESH GROCERIES.r 1
In Ward 2. North of Virt-in'a Kt. and frcm ikni i ALSO-
tine, JacivEoij'<', Black Creek and Novnansulle the offer of the said and! that which may be | roe to Boulc3ardVcst I D. I fl! MEU\XIS, E-q. !' ANY QUANTITY OF ICG. .:; PER "AS A T'lSII."
uccc-pttd. ; O A SACKS: Itio CofTee( A LUtE A..NtVKtI.. ; SSI.KCTEU STOCK UK
of which due notice \\ili be given.It In Ward 3. Noith of Vnginia St. and f.om Monroe SALE BY ,
Signatuies of two guarantors ) A. F. 17011 53 :!I) I IXC4; A'l.ttnar tine Cart lies,
is txpectc-d that one or more of the J East D. \\iu-o.v.. E 9.j.In I1 HENRY DERRY READY-MADE CLOTHING.
i C C. I). i iI ir> M JM-.I Spanish Se ar?, -
Democratic Electors wiii accompany them i [Date.] Waid 4. South Virginia St. to MeCarty and I! May 21. 18-.0 10 1bI.; Crtiie.I Consist In? in part of Cashmrrette Frock and Srtok

The citizens generally \uttiout distinction nf "Witness. j I from, Monroe to BoulevardW '1'. J. I'JP.KINS, l-j-ij x. ._,._, :5 [)rte.I \ppl.Sugar, Fancy Colored! Frock and Suck. 1'rap d'Et Proek.
lu Varj .3. South of Vinriiia St. to McU.utvi.nJ t Sack an-I Bu ;neF3, Alpacea Sack ami! B'i incs'. Whit
are invited to attend, and an oppoitunity ; To Rheumatics & Otheis.rI ]10 Dak-c s IIAppV Chnmpaigoe.
party froai Monroe East C. .
I hereby certify that the ahove mined arc (1.1.\tLi--ii. E.-q. <. Iro\vn! and Fancy Linen Coats. Bld k D ap cf Ete and
will) be aflbrded to viho desire it known to and able! n.alcci Ii: \Varil 6. M'-Caity St. t Au. u-.iine. and from
any may I me as men ofproptrty to > -O all JHM* us pi-fTt-ring; fi-oin! 1 hei ni'tt i C.on pah.t! nnd Pi.a."h Hiandllr.w: I'..it Win '. nnlXanieili'io. Su.nm Cassinf.er Pnn'i! White and Fancy Linen
to reply. i iHeport i good their guarantee. M'niroe to liojUvorJV t. E. I>. CLAHK, Esq. \vu offer a p'>- lite i"'ii"dv.if\\ .ill's ttintil itiryLiiiimriit. f-T o.-sl-bv: K. n. BEIifiV.Xiy Pant. White and Fancy Marseillci Vests. Fancy andPlvin 4
: In Vail 7. MeCartv St. tn Augustine aad fromMonroe ]th I )bi"i cfToctunl in the Silk St-iit Cnllai Cruvat Uudtritirts.Druv.ers
-- I [Date] [SiitreTo ] : : p.rinotottil : : r, isr,.3. i 18NOTICE. Vest.i. *. .

of the Kansas Committee- 1' l lip signed bv thc U'od Fiit fltrirt) T-i '; '. E-.ist.. IX'M. AMI rs. r.-t. ( 0 vf ('lir'ni- 1 I Rhi-iinintic: dia'-s. Thfj-viiidi! | - - Gloves, II>>sierv. te.
... I. Vi'nM Aujiif'inf St. to liir.ils: ; of city South li-ivc di'iilit ( ri--cii-d i fmni uctimclv dtatli JOHN rilAETORlUSL
J., -.1 .. ,.., no !! :' an .
Dr.t -li't-IM'V c-c.r.::
'
NEW VnnK June 21.-Th Report of tr-e- till ->aVVAri.l and from M t. .ulevard
itnoe Dr. J. I' DL'VAUIn the "
of this
by .e 1:1 iMt ifi'edy. i April 10 ISiG. 16c1i.ar1.ctii
.
Committee, on: tli& mt 1 ;; election ami n<> n'.lier? Wstrd 9. Aiigu=tino St. to I limits of city Smith, For ale liy Diti:. :ijijtii gl.'ncraiiv r.nd r.t Whole'ale 4 S wo are nnxi"t>s to closeour b'i-iies. s- wonldJL

is uiifavor' !n 4. (}lhuii"a.Siority! nn'mber, The following arc the classes required at the re- and fioui Monroe to limits of city, East Hon. J. V,". ': and Itttail. bu' AMES . ,
fpective yards: BVKER.J.i IL Cnchlow tt .Bro .. and Cri<-hl'>w, Fisher & Co, to
who is engaged n taking u-buUirig evidence. I KITTERY, MAINE.No I Ward 10. Mf-Caity St. to Augustine and from i; T.-.lnbi3eo. May 31, 1C56. 22-1 y call nod stttlo their accounts immediately, citLtr by AlLEY Expected to arrive. The Brli-

-- 1. white oak plank stock lo
Georgia Emigrants for Kansas. j oak plank. No 3. white oak promiscuous timlvr.No .- Ward 1 1. Aiiirustine txi limits of' city South and of an attori.ev" fir collfetuin. for the above Po't. Being her last trip for this aea..n

A Company migrants from this State, 4. wlrte oak keel pieces and rndderstock No G, fiom Boulevard to limits of city West, B. WILLUMS' I I IEsq. PIIE nuderignod will sell at private pale, nL CHICHLOW. FISHER A co. Planter* trill do! well to avaiL themselves of this cp,,rtuuity -

pass til up the State luiad Tuesday, (R rcitle yellow piiic plank stock lo8. No 8, yellow pine : i _I very desirable plantation, ten miles North MayS, 1S5C. IS of supplying. to Charleston.

for Kansas. They number more than two 1 j mast nnd spar timber. No 10, white; pinr.; Noll, I F. EPPES. Intendant East of Tallahassee containing four Hundied acres of RICHARDSON '* WUITiKEU.

hundred and i"Iude pevcial families and i nth, cypress, white oak b aid*. No 12. black wjil- : ABSTRACT FROM ORDINANCE, 13 p. 41 44. excellent O.sk nnd hickory, aitti pine land; One hun Notice.ALL NewPort. April 10, 185G. 16
dred and fifty of which i< under cultivation. .
No
nut cherry, mahogany. IS.locu't No 14, whit--) Duties of Coin-niisaiies
Ire :-To visit their
tw negroes. ash oars and hickory bart. No 15, white oak staves Wards frequently | There are on the ptrmises a comfortable dwelling persons having claims against the estate of For sale.
I to Violations
respective rert of Ordinances t4.tII
and beadine: No 16. blabk spruce. No 18, liVnnmvitse. Nuisances j house, anJ necessary out houses, with a new gin ) W.'Mann. deceased, late of Gadsden county -
; ; Collections of Mutter deleterious to r A AtUU SACKS SALT, in first rate order bj
Lands for Sale.ALAKGE No 20, composition arid copper rail,. No 21, Health and hou e nnd sen w. First rate well water and good BJC hereby notified to present them to' the undersigned -
i ; Vagrants ; to act jointly as a Board of S. S. KNIGHT. ,
iron. No 22, spikes nails. No 23, lead, zinc, tin.- health for the health enjoyed on the placo. For terms of sale apply Executrix within the time prescribed by law,

f and valuable tract "f Land lying in the No 25, hardware. No 27, paint, oila, tc. No 28. of Epidemics and City at-other nnd as times such, ,to on make the suggestions occurrence to the subscribed, residing on the premises. j or this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery, September 1 1855. 35

JefiVreor; is hereby offered for Bale. flax canvas. No 29, cotton canvas. No 30, flax and to the Council which} DANIEL L. HOUCK. and! all those indebted are requested to make patI Garden
: City tend to the better Seeds.
Said lands lie well, ate convftjiei.t to ir.aiket end in may 24.185B. 21 I
cotton t'inc. No 81, glass. No 32, leather. No 33, preservation of the Health of the May merit immediately. -
City.
*
ft good nciffbbri Lcod. 71 wy nre situate within a few i 'hose. Nf S4. brushes. No 37. piteh tir, rosin. No Tallahassee, May 17, 1856. 20 MARY MANN, Extr'x. 4 FRESH sup'ply of fresh seeds from TborboroX

miles ulxrc the IVrsncola and (Georgia Railroad 38. tallow, soapoil. No 39, slop chandlery No 40 Groceries.BACON June 7, 1856. 23-6m j-1. landingper Mistic and for sale by

will: run. nnd me dt-Ecribed Jit follows viz : stationary. No 41, fire wo ad.CKARLESTOWN McNAUGllT fc ORMOND.

The W i of the S E J of Swtkn 7. To\rnhip 2, MASSACHUSETTS. j Advances on Sea Island Cotton. Sides, Shoulders and Hams, New Port, Jan. 12. 1855. 2Planting

S of llsnee 5, E. aLso the W i of.be N E } Section i I 1 1I T IBERAL ADVNCES made on Sea Island CotJL Plants Extra, and Superfine, City Council Notice.
8, Fame Tt.wnshipwcI flange ylso the W i of the !I No 1. white oak plank f-tuck log. No S, white i' / for Rio
; ton Shipment to Chaileston, I>v D. LADD.j Coffee a meeting of the City Council held on May 29.
S E } (Section 5. fame ".wn.-l.ip ftbd Rnrge; and oak promiscuous timber. No 4, white oak keel piej j j New Port, Nov. S. 1855. 44 For bale low in lots to suit the trade.B. AT 1856. It was Potatoes. .i..
the W tf the S E of Section (. i cos RId rudder stock No 6, yellow <> plank !
pm
$ J > same TuwiifcLip C. LEWIS. -
Jfe ofvcJ Bv the nnd Cit DP.LS. Ytllow Potatoes
Intenjfint Council of in fiM
,jtsst
landing
acd and! the \V"of the S E of Section stock Iocs. No 7.yellow pine beams. No 10. white ty grk. pii .
Rang*, 4 6, t i A. W. DAVIS, D. D. S. I Juno 14, 1850. 14-St Tallahassee, Thai the clause in the revenue law of ) der, and for sale bvMcXAUGHT -
fame Tovi.?Lip and llange containing altogether i pine. No 11, ashcyprc-6 white oak bonrdi. No 12. __:
1856 to Hawkers and Pedler be
relating so construed A ORMONDNewPort
thereabouts Le the black walnut cherry mahogany, maple. No )J4.j RESIDENT OFFICE, TALLAHASSE, FLA.
tome 4 SO( seres, or same mere or ,
to conform with the law of the Stite Jan.
Male and Female ns sa tar 12,185R. 2 -
Iff. i white ash oars and hickory bars. No IB. black Quincy
Important in Artistic
Improvement j if* t> except from iU penalties venders of charts and
For tenns apply to the undersized] at Wakcenah. j I spruce. No 20. composition and copper mils. No I
books !
atlases ordmaiv
not termed.
J. A. T. WESTON, AGE.NT. i 21, iron. No 22. spikes, nail.. No 23. lead, zin", Dentistry, ACADEMY. I : so Groceries.COFFEE _
Juno 28,1850.: ( 26-4 w i iT tin. No 25, hardware. No 27, piints, oils. Ac. No BY which the face is restored to its original contotrr, | Fn-m the Minutes. C. HUTCHINSON. Clerk.I .
j 28. flax canvas. No 29, cotton canvas. No 20, flax and with it the loss of the teeth supplied so ns r IE next Session will begin on the first Monday I June 7, 1850. 23 / Su, ar. assorted( Ear.s, Iins
| mid cotton twine. No 31. glass. No 22, leather.No to elude detection. Samples of this improvement may j in July and continue five Months. This is the W Whiskey, i-;., tc, Ac.MrNALT.HT. lt3

33. hose. No 34, brushes. No 35, bunting and be seen; also temporary sets inserted on oldest and most permanent institution of the kind in Piano Fortes. u ORMOND.

> AXAWAY from the Subscriber, on the I IJLti the state, and has been for nearly fourteen nndfr Now Port. Jan. 12. 1856. 2
dry 10th int, his Ncro Women SALINA. oil. No i 3. No 40, the charge of its present Principal. It la pro\i Fortes !
of the
c, i\\ shipcbutiuicry. stationary In a few hours. so tlmt persons having teeth re- U TT* very best quality, 40I
slip i' about 5 ftt f itv-hes l"Sh.! iiisiit S4 or dod with a 1-ir.je and valuable Chemical. Philosophical
t No 41, fire wood. ; moved can have a complete subslitutc immediately. I ujK'n' the nii>st liberal ftirns. j CrcularSaw Mill Agency.
25: i1c!. and ." r.ndof and MathciKiticalapparatus which tojelh compkxi'm :
j-cars r'ppc second in
teeth extracted They are t'j nuiio cither '
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK. Children and advice giten to pairni* I any country as
!lc-ii kr f'rm. iv.; v.rs raiFod en the FC.I board if : an fxtcn.-ivc cabinet .tlinrra!.*afford' superior, ndvnn- to HPHE underpinned has the aceney fir the safe of
Gpnrj.!. ami s-fiks ia the Lrrgje peculiar lo the negroes | No 1. white oak plank tfock ln%*. No2, white I in teeth regard rais.to the All man.i ement and treatment of the t;. warranted
suit the
to
,f thht) ft-fiK'n. Fr sonc years prior to my j i oak plank. No 3. white oak promi-truoiis timber.No .- fiislidious. Will operations most ful teacher, are tmploed iu llue\cialdepartment*, MILES NASH Jt CO. 'cstinzfthree: sizrs for 42 48 anti 62 or 54 inch
h the!
ving lit r. ,-lic VMS c.wncd by Mr. AnNO'w, tffct, 1 I 4. white oak keel ;piece* anti rudder! Pfock No thr.. ii Mary, Gn., and iniLe tn1r: to mike 1r way C. yellow pine stock lo. No 7. vfllo-a- pine br>anp.No : Faculty of instruction i is extensive. St'itffiitd either sex maybe -- bating several ir,prove mints over the '* Page"* or any
Ohio
back to that place. I "will pay *20 for }1r: Mrest nnd 8, yellow pine mast and spur lim'ifr.' No 0, he the flailv Ctfllego of Dental for. Surgery, and those who I prep'irwl I fc-r filtering the adransed I cinv-cs in f>l- other Patent in use. The erst is about ?i>00. $3Jf>. *

Kjnnent) in anv jail, cr 25 for l cr Mivtrv to IDC j jLne. i white pine iija'-t timber No 1 0. white pine. Null, is "jH-rating lee. nti'l young gentlemen may bo prepared for com and $450 for various sizes,nccordin to extra earriig.&c. .
: 18C.G.
GEO. S. KING. i iXewjcrt ash, cypress, white oak boards. No 12, thick wul Apil2C, 17 mcrcial: pursuits or for entering upon the study of the | jUST received 600 OUNCES Snlpli Quinine, For further particulars apply to

June 28, 16. 26 i nut, cherry innljo any. No 13, ]vU'f. No 14. white REMOVAL OF ID1ANS. I le.irned j'roff? ii-iis A hmiteil ,iiumbefof student:1 of eJ Farr Brand, together with a great vaiietvcf DANIEL LADD.
ash ours and hickory bnrs. No 15, white oak staves, both sexrs may be accommodated with board u the Chemicals. AMES i LIVELY. Newport, Fla, November S. 1835. 44

MEDICAL NOTICE. i and_ heading. No I 1C. black !pruce. No 18,. lisrnnmj r War Department ha\ing authorized a per family of tin Principal. Board may also bo obtained April pure 5. 185fi. 14

j No 20! ,composition aivl copper nr.ils. No 21 1, JL capita icw.ini for living Inci'mi, who may bo in several other families in the town nt prices \ary- _____ Rice !
1100. No 22. Fpiki-s, nails.' No 23.: lend, zinc, tin.- | captured
DR. BUREloTJGHS No 24 pir iron. No 23, hardware. No 27. pnint, i pay the following )pieminm< for hostile Indians deliveied ticulars respecting rates of tuition, regulation, te., Ac. A BUSHELS Rough Kits.
oils. tc. :No 28 fl.ix; cnnva N<> 20 cotton C-itivns. to the Commanding Officers at Fort Brooke or apply to N. U.STEWART, Principal. A SUPERIOR article for Table u=e. Just roceiredby OU F.>r sale by Ls KNIGHT*

HAV1X1 looted in Ts.lbdiaF&oe offers his pro- | No 30, flax ann cotton twine. No :SI i, glass. No 32, Fort My rs SuuthFi, iida. June 7, 1856. 23 AMES A LIVELY. March 8. 1856. 1R

tervicps to the public. Office oppofcite leather. No 33, hose. No 34, crushes. No 35, For each warrior living. .... . .?250 to p500.U Aprils, 2856. 14

Dr. Barnard" Drug Store. I bunting and dry goods. No 37. pitch, tar, rosin. No woman .. .. 150 to 300. Notice.SIX .

June 25, 165G.; ; 26-Cm 8, tal'.ow, soap, oil. No S9. t-hipcbanelery. No 40, i boy over ten years living. .. 100 to 200. Flower Jars.

stationery. No 41. fire wood.PHILADELPHIA ( The highest rates will be paid for all except the LARGE assortment oT Flower Jars, various Siren mouths after the first publication this notice

PROPOSALSFor PENNSYLVANIA.No i very infirm and helpless, and in these cases not lew A Just received and for sale bvAMES'jk undersigned, administrators pf the estate of
j than above indicated. J. C. CASEY. Lewis H.Branch,deceased, will present their accounts
1 white oak plank stock logs. No 2, white oak LIVELY. and
| Captain U. S. A.Ft vouchers to the Judge of Probates of Leon County -
Do 3-white oak timber. No 6, Aprils, 185C. 14 '
Naval Supplies plank. promiscuous Brooke, Tampa Bay. and ask to be discharged from adrnmtatnttioo'
\ellow] pine plank stock logs. No 7, yellow pine April 2G. 1856. 17-3m tfsnid estate. 1Is

NAVY DEPARTMENT. > beams. No 8, yellow pine mast and rpar timber. NOTICEOF Salt-Salt-Salt.OH JOSEPH BRANCH. ) ,.

Bureau of Cons't, Equip't and Repair. C No 10, white pine. No 11, ash. ejpreas, .white oak A SACKS of Salt for sale by AMES H.BRANCHADec. im-

June 2, 186. ) boatds. y o 12, black walnut, cherry mahogany.No Burning Fluid &\\J HODGKISS, POOLE, t CO. 29,1555. 52-Cm

PROPOSALS to furnish Naval' Supplies 13, locust. No 14. white ah oars and hickory a superior Quality, Just received and for sale Nocmber 17, 1855. 46'

SEALED fiscal year ndmjj SOth June. 1857, will bars. No 18, lignnajvitoe. JTo 20, composition and OF by AMES & LIVELY. Withdrawal lands in .

be received at this bureau until 3 o'clock p. m., of copper nails. No 21. iron. No 22, spikes nails. No May 31.1856. 22 Notice.S .

the Elh day of July next These proposals must be 23, lend zinc, tin. No 25. hardware. N? 27, paint, FLORIDA ANDALABAMA. New Groceries.TUST fX months after date we will present cur cout

endorsed *. Proposal* fur Naval Supplies! Bureau (>f oils, etc. No 28, flax canvas. No 29, cotton canvas. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. Received on Consignment which we ofJVrtl and voucher* to the Hon. Judge of Probate.j .
Construction, Jft," that be No 30, flux and cotton twine. No. 81, glass. No 82,
they distinguished
Hamilton
may j .I- low for cah.SO County, for a final settlement of the estate'of
No 35. bunting and dry goods.No GROWTH OF 1855.
froai No hole.
oilier businees Utters. leather. 33.
Coffee David Moat late -
,
Ttii mt
tiarned described in fchelule No S9 bbipcbandlcry. just received public lands, in alternate sections, to the States of
are particularly printed 100 Bbl*. Lime, EDWIN F. WREDE.
d nny of which will be furuibhed to audi as desire i WASHINGTON, D. C. AMES & LIVELY. Florida and Alabama, to aid! in the construction of 500 Sacks Salt ELIZABETH MOAT .
"
to offer, on application to the commandrmts of January 5, 1856, 1. certain railroads iniid State. unproved 17th May, *
| white No 11, ash. white RICHARDSON Jt WHITAEER.Newpos Admioi trator .
the No 10, pine. oyprcB 185C, all the lands lying within hlleen miles on each #
to the
respective navy yords. or navy agent near- i j oak board No Ifi, black walnut, cherry mahogany. side of the following railroads and 'branch named in May' 17, 1856. 20 March 1, 1856. 9-6ro.
st thereto and lbdt of all
; yards upon application to Contracts for
Ibis bureau. Tfiis division rla for the I No 14, white ash oats and hickory burs. No 21. iron. Trestling snui net, to wit: From St J.fan's river, at Jiicksou.
in ? being
es
P convenience of dealer in such No 22, spikes, rails. No 23, lead zinc, tin. No 24, OXFICE PE.XSACOLA GEORGIA nIle, to the waters of Kscambia bay, near Petisacola; Administrator's Notice Town *
each, portions only will AND R. R. Co. Property for Sale.
iron. Mo 25. hardware. No 27, pniuts oils. etc.No
be fumifhed pig Tallahassee from Amelia Island, on the Atlantic, tt> the waters of
RS arc Actually required for uch bids.- April 29th, 1856.
The commandants and navy agent of each station 31. glass. No 37, pitch tar rosin. No88, tallow .. T>ROP03ALS are invited for the construction Tampa bay, with a branch to Cedar Key, ou the ALL persons having demands against the estate of 'IIE undersigned offers at private sale, the lIirv.I .

will have A copy of the schedules of thai other yards. B. apoil.! No 39, ehipcbandlery. No 43. tank and : JL (,wooden culverts anti trestlinz Gulf of Mexico, (except the Tampa bay portion south W. Argyle, late of Leon county deceased, hug described property, known as the Jrarw Lot.

for examination only, from which it may be judged galley iron. No 44. chain iron. No 45. ingot copper.No ;mL. on thieiine of the Pensacola and Geor- of junction with the Cedar Key branch ;) and from are hereby notified to present them to thi undersigned viz: Lots Nos. $. ?57.Zu.48! 140. 141, 14?. 14.

. whether it will be desirable to make application for 46, moulding sand, straw, etc. {gut Rail Road from the junction with the Tnllahas Pensacola Florida, tn Montgomery, Alabama, have, administrator, duly authenticated within the 144. 225, 227, 235. 239.240. 241 242. !-244215." .

Ibcm. 003PORT, VIRGINIA. Rail R'Wid t-> the Suwanuee River. So'ne of the work J>y instruction from this office, been suspended from time prescTil>ed by law, or this notice will be plead 248, 246. 250. 252 353. 254, 255.257. 238. SM gu

Offers roust be made fr the whole of a class at ITo I, wliite oak plank stock logt No 3. white it: required immbdiately. The construction) of Ihp rest sale and location, until further orders. iu_ bar of their recovery ; and all persons indebted to in the original plan of the city ofTallabaMea.

any yard opon on of the printed schedules, or iuitnct promisotous timber. No 6, yellow pine stork logs. may be deferred to be completed ns the graduation Given under my hand ot the General Land Office said estate are required la make immedhte payment -ALSO- -

eonfurroity therewith cr they will Dot be con No 8yellow.pine mast and! spar timber.: N<' 10. of the road progresses. For further particular and Air ,a:.i at tho City of Washington, this twenty-third thereof to B. C. LEWIS, AdmtV.
sijered. white pine. No 11'ash. rypresa, elm 1-oards. Jfo 12 plans and drafts, apply nt this office.E. day ofMiy: 1856. May 24; 1856. 21 Lots Nos. 1.2,3, i, 5, 6, 1f l lnao iaS.Costht'y.V'. .

All articles mtut be of the very best qualitv conformable black walnut, cherry, mahogany. No I 8. locust N14. C. CABELL, President TIIOS. A.HENDRICKS" Commifsioner. -

to sample, size, etc., to be delivered in good .white ah oars and hickory bars. No I 6. black May 10, 1856. 10 June 7. 1855. 23 Walter Gwynn 4

order end ia suitable rccsels nod packages, as the spruce. No 18. lignnmvitie. No 20, romposition and Lots ft*. 4. 1!. 13. 15. 18. SS. !5.4A. .43,61

case mar b*, at the expense and risk of tin 'contrac- copper noils. No 21. iron. No 22, spikes.ii-il NJ Notice.SIX Notice.S OFFERS his services to persons, within? to enter* Cf,in tb*SoailT i County quarter. ,1.

tor, ana ia *U respects subject to the inspection, 23. lead, r "C. tin. No 25, hardware. Fo 27, puiiiw llq U. S. Land Office, by locating Land The Above described property fon> rjy Wor %l

xaeasnrement, count, weight. *tt, cf iL yard where oH*. 'tc. No 28, flax canvas. -No 29, cation canvas. months after date 1 shall present my accounts IX weeks from date we shall apply to thff Hon. Warrants, or otterrise. He will also give prompt to Qor.Brown: For further mformatJcc ami terms

received,and t9 the cstuc. tatisiactiob of the comnian- No 30, flax and CJttop; twine. No SI, glass. No 32, tc. to the Honorable Judge of Probate of Judge of Probate of Leon county, for letters of attention to such business as may be intrusted to him which will be hberal,apply toLPerry4msee Est.,

dantth'ereoSBa3n leather. No S3, Ixwe. No 84, brushea. No 85, Hamilton County fftml'settlement as.administrator administration, upon the estate of Lovet Green, late of in nitfier of thft other offices In the Capitol. Charge .ttorny. at Law,TaBahwee.- --

we referred to the Jan's for sampler, and buntioe and dry good No *7. pitch, Ur, rosin. No on tb estate ef Deauis Dpnffbrify, late of said said conotr. deceased. will.be reasonable corresponding to sf rv *8 performed CHARLES P.

Spcrticnlar description; of the articles; sad, nil other 88, tallow, cap oil No 89, liipcnandlry. No 40, County, deceased, and aek to be d charged from'said JOIN.DUGGA1: ( Being Deputy in the Sata( Land Office, be of worn U'ntfl idd, the above property wfllA. .

; thmg being tqual.yrd.rcne. will be given to articles Utionery. administration. JAMES W. GKIOER.F ALCEY GREEN: 'will make no charge lor business in that Department. *EBR7 JOUtXOL

4)f Ainertca tmtiQfuctnrc. Jane 2-L 1556. 26-4w .h. -9, 1R5'. 5 May2&.1. 21-4' Mayl'T1856' -2O-1. Feb1r1 i* '1.tf '







.
-
__ -
A I -
-
-



-- -
-

-; '

__ _, __ -
.
------ ;
-
-- -- -
-_ -_-- -_ ; : i -- ------::-
---- -- -.r--Y-5-1 ------ -S :
: A-TTi I1i. T
TQRcW41
T
1!;!! ; jL.i ..

: The; tcwtfiict Iwttreen tEe enemies of the tinned peace od good -wi'L tlio! fact that one 83 liable' manifesting a desire for the VTHOMAS MITE TO tHE PUBt-HG. TO.FLORIDA. ; -

F. QcnHinttori ?td tie rttr.c>rrj, ct-s ottrgrbxvirg jH-ogrrss with nomination of the Democratic Convention, or .T DO CERTIFY that In th. fear '1854.1 Twlt.d AND OZOBLfl.A .

't.iIGte: |iictr.icT. H$ uts its tl.e fate jf alr>u y r.nd alr.rm. snd the fact that we be. suggesting iny way by which h might hf obtained MANUFACTURER Copper and Shft Imn JL Dr*W. 11.ety. Infirmary l Qriffin. Gtr*r he'pnTr.e YACTORT In wknt oJwaoI. .

/IOLI ot the Dttnocratle puty, ctnsrdirg hold! her prcgixfdiral htter'erenco upon tlH by himself. Even since !hI' has become l in all kind of Pl.tin j.n.l Fant of oblaminir relief of a'TTJT: jnU'falAnd ditrviwinj *- Ti/ftJ iu Burr !(tTactie f loot,"

for the Socth no Lillow aid hvponiicalftlatfotm continent wherever r.n oppmtauity! i is fottnidahle candidate 1 Us letters t <- Tin Wares laki-s I1ed11r.I in informing the -tiien: ; CAXCZK of the iitte and *jV. Mii"fe wall as VToaU a*k the t-'armert fardnn
p'esen- I r>& a are animated
Tallahassee-a, tln urr.I1rwlil'gtPtfltr. that he i is Tntvod tMrTtnftiJjttvcti, kerf
.. enthvlr bet>n v13flEJ.tIeeDJetibr. pHd*
l-ul Lrr-sd itdica gunv .
a ditliuctrtcngfcircn led to her, with indignation, render our rein- : by the same ppirit. And vUli I f. frr froro 1h -
generous ti'r prepareil to wait nn' all tl at U> fwtr..nize" a very tkett ulcerntion nn;liiy tK *k AIM!1bt2c my dirt woolutf %
ol those lights, which catttutt be cqu.il, lions with Grvat IJntain of the most ilelicatechnracttr. the very fact that he has taken this course, I I I hi'ii in li.| line of bi.iiea. lie al <> teixlew liv thanks eye. I am nappy and proc'd t' iy that Dr. Slosdyd'r -Twill rmrd. spin weave it, in fnb,

C cneE! $ they are *L i cd honrstlv, nt.d fairlvl I The very intimacy of our business fioin n conscientious hcitf that it Mould be t<> his frieiKl*. ami t!* piiWic cenerally f.-r the very relieve me. and had it not.been for mj banns; tn r.

1 twfci tie people of nil the tectiotis oi the coiiuectiaus, consiitutiug, a it docs, the cut of phce for him to struggle for the nc.minnii f lib -ral patn>na2re with which lie ha hrct.'f..re lieru cxrmsc myself trery extreme ciiW. .bnj wrather.) Ida Where. Cotton vcrro *n&F.U'tr.j, ten
f.ivo-etl an-1 he that cuutinualioo uf the LIIIIU w'oulj ImTe bad "Where On'elrx! ; (flat non* excels
I .return"of the
Union. E\cr\ where tho Dcinoeradv li'-pes a l lfeve that IK*.. J
of l.is Ten! cord which hinds us together, i is apt, I. sn, has mnde bun acceptable to the mass- trill be crante l hiin. (IjileliM'. Irlite the D.eta.r aHrcinid him and he One m'en t > buy. irt w* tompttt.A

State felt ac tI l fIowcd! lasAvise nod ptiiuiic moreover tu come confiict with! political cs in every part of oar country. Absent he He jrill constintlv fcerp m hand a fa1! upply] "fallsnrlt L relieved me *g"in and ..> far a* tb* rarioas leportt l! t of price* here we, a*JJ.

rIct l. \Vfccnevc-rlc emerged ficn l.is considera!, :id the Comtnerciul it t rjton, i i-S it i is true but his imge i is befo-c their eyes I of War n'uilly ket t in sn -st.ttiie1iinnt! ff li' i I nut the DiHrior's ir'jnrfu:; cli failing! to ref! rT me, t Send no ynr ouf nun ra>k. c* gd.!

i rjnirI hcme, it \vss to dcm.nnd the recognition so tt speak, throws! int lnngrcuus ncighhorhrod \\herever they In distant !lands, it is tue: linef hn-rnrs.. A fall nwrfment 'ofSheet Innt t hiv are positively false. As reds Dr. M"9eley' Bold, tor the rift&t of Southern %
go. SWt LQTICI l Lnd SheetZinc C: ter*. Tiiinr, a 1 I of This "FACTORT" l if! li ad tie raft
cf all! tho cf the CoEiitGti ; Pipe.*: kill irr the Treatss.e'st of CuiiC'T know no Phyficlan .
_ guarantees < 7I -'ln the anil fi great many vtber article* too numerous to uen- in thwnrld that I woijld States.
His letters sr.tt srvcc.os! in progress on i f't! ; other. It has become j.re ent amorgtss. Coiiictidingwith: the giants tiuu. him. AsnSUROEOXand PHYSICIAN,lie is equal (IufzsZric) with \otvmpate.

favor of lie caft'ictmcnt cf the ftpme .liie pros ci bil;! t: at the seVction of a wise, of foM-ijjn diplomacy: it is true, hut the TO BfJlLDERS. I In any Iii I the Southern States ; awl I am happy t.'
'
law-in favor of the n-pe.-.l: cf lhek\\scf ahlc ai.d epciuT.rcd: m.-in: t > fepieseit:! ..theTniUd tlinrphts and the words he left behind him, Tin Tvfnr] Gnttrinz. C..pper an'iTn Cori.hietiri MV that 1 f.>ntid him t.> l>e a |>erfact gentletnau nail1'hihtntLrnrlu \ Lat of Price* ferma, &o.

;. Fens Ivsr.ia, et: cttd fur tie purjoso < f *'eprivig Sttts at iho! IJii i :;!z Ccuil I, is one olihiMirst : re his living reproseiita'ives. The people fipes itc.. all >f \vliicl he pr.'ini'ea) fodin the most i F !, nnd ndvi e all prrsns. afflicted..with The Jkfferwn Southern Rights. Cottm an) c
: tie S( uli.cin! ritbcn of ti.e tte cf ccr dutiis rf.-.n cxerr.tivf. liardlv secondary \\ill ju of him by the record, by the even work-wri like inarner nn.I st\lc, ntvl f thelx-it nvteri have CjrKvr.their to health vi:>it tie!reft DOCTOR wed. as UANSOM" on as COOPER.pt.sfli; and Factory, situated 1$ nit!. East of Montieelln.Jdf-rv>a
rca'ial'le tern's
il. on tlorl9t imtlce rn i nt J G', F'rida.i'n] the mad to
for Stage AlnV tor FUt
S jails the fe.equg< cf his fcgitius.' ; r.d l ti' the .li.voi: of is! own chief cibinel tentuof his lifi', ? v the sohlefs[ purity of I.jA Having l len enirairetl fur tinln't t it rears in | Rnne. AnmsJt SOtb. 1855.y 1 in full and successful oprration. Vie, h.>--

i his appeals lo tlrUtircciacy! ol" the State niniM i*. I.ec: :: e the Erglish! n.isMon' character, by his" UIIU, H'''' pa'riotUm, and business nt tlii* phicf l-e thinks il irn-**. i.ry tre- j Mr. Hansom ConjM-r JOTW! Uie aliore in mr' I improvement both in Cotton and ernpioym-l lt .1! nuinufactt; ;

_- _...;: rerer toield lo fcc'ionclism, corclu.-j rjvshew ) is alv.ats intt-nje't i jort.-nt: t ti the immediate by the trophies, with which .l> returns t-i his c-iiim.eml Itinet any further) t<' thapn'' '"c r regard* pre-ettee. T HOM AS PERKY, Pot Jfz er. Machinery. The couls from this B.T1 hare thus ft

t : tlctLc hi.d nr.t fognitn ls t'ctv! tii inieusts of-ir people.: Duripg the tryin native shore?, to be crowned, ns xve cnnfidenlly hi* capabilities a? a run.-!mine, hut at t-c! same time )h Hume, August SOth! 1S55.AwfnJ : bnmghl the leadiinf price, both 10 New York, J.\-
: prl cij-It-y.! icd Lis ruhiiUon'ussccc t a t>nres nil that tavor him with. a call, good work ami Orleans and Trxis.
giet ; tl.r. : thre of .Me. Huchanan's Oi'JheKepablir. !
_ :: n-Js: nn. the hope with the highest honors
tjftlv fxed : cheap pric'S. ; Case of Cancer Cnrcd. The Company ufferforsaa iLe fJUowW .-
pr"
rjcn tho in.| oiisrre; of disch who!* r.nJon sevtn to have become imptess- JOHN W. FOHNEV, llmfn.; i enoveil l fnvc the old sfmrl: formerly known Tins is to tfi.-J Col. S. II. Ilarrif. of Crnwf TIZ: sSupertv

: :gi g tl.at cL'gitci.: lie \vss \Lil..nt ed l with! the imroitr.r.ce and justice- ofcseobservations. |! Chairm.vi! : of the State Central Committee. asVli:''' & S5ii**er, lie "ill Its found at 1.ia i tiid! corner '! ->rd county. eatneti certify> nie Iii the year I 1851. with a Can- Cotton trarp, all Norn a 80 een'i 6.

ii !l.is duties rs a j rivnte it. tic! :;ir.!ks of ;}hp M !luv fththat in tl.e Anieticiniinitter : GIDEON G. WKSTCOTT: 'if "CM f'

people, r.s t e was picruiruct a? a < ott.tclerin they i.d l a iin uohI; whose safe ISAAC G. M'Kl.NLKV: \ on ,,l1 liij fri-nd THOMAS; WHITE.IVe. bone and! alital glands hid all beo'ine very murli ; wards.

tbo C.ti..tt ttJ sdccnator i. J is 55 43 ii-it-isei! and his ritntioi niine &Jr. Harris For a tell qnantity. one dollar Baocfe.
as a icpiecctti\e; : charailer :mdi ic coui t-ls thev; eccld! COMfidently c't'tarit's.GcoItaE ._ --.- i rmi nearly per
in Cc.r.rzr.s. had l ten under the tfeatniviit of many rmineiit For Filling the wine prices .
lean. Tl.eir; ; eyes Were cunltnilv PLITT, Trea-urer. tiIIeI. HoaiH'ts. | phiyiei.enu. and anionjj them was the creat'Dr Shepard. No 1 Oinabnr rlb per ywd, 10 eeoU by the b'eof :
Dining the Pit-siJrutiil cnntcst i in 1552, fixed utoi! him E\t-ry:: steamer brought uew'stl.e 1S3'J. T AWESco'oredstMW TI.'nnpt.L.idk9 '
,
PaiLAitLi'ui.April: of Chu'leton. an-l al o. t lie celebrated Dr. M.ir- 5t"0" yanK *iiI Upward.
; Mr. Kticicnan! Jccu in t) t VMI of tl.e ol ihe -: :: greatest! ;:.- iety t.) the com- i-'l"reu straw tn'yjined !3r.nst shall' of JiC"ii.; whu treated his cae lwirt without For half a hale 10| cents.

tcufsclic: : rjls.: *J l.e followi! gf ictrMtale tv rtbl ai'l nl.t-r! ; i--sssf-s.' On mote than plain: iem
j r.ssfs; ; fr< n) l.i* fCM !i ceiivi-te! IMi rcfiiud I Jo he I ijrtitahli Come One Come All .5'" vhitc I II.iq.k>I pathi" and j-ilk us I.e iiif,rne; >i me. the third tune, and he refmed PL-kin w..ol Kersey, heavy, a 28 cent by the rv'The

of the, D I t I.> ti> any.l.iig more for him. S".'ii after that time wool drparln.ent is worthy the aiteoU- '.
r.ccrg ( Tocr'v: t \Vistrru -, Lai i to.y j.; t-.ic j r.fsal rfl' Tinc- resptindcncc ; 4. I> exv.H-ie DAVID[ ) WILS3V3 hrse nn'l rf bi.ickxtniizf; : ) Mr. Harris htsml .( the many wo-iderful cure that I our Planters. Burrs are not injected to, as tb r --<>

J'cr.n>> !'- ;::.b, en tie 7th of Oc: -iir, lzL'2, of 1 Mr.! L'ariuitjau: HK-JI of it s |has, j t_ (veil I tCf! ed s'<'ck "f .I!. IrLi.'t hv Lini- Cl.iMren! arid. jli *es str.nv had nude and vi-ited me at Griffin, r.s a !lat rrsurt.I readily' renn>vetl by a machine f'r the purpnM iI
..
::t Giiltir 'U'c5Jti.o-! iit1 Cti.v Iit! ,I.'t ;1% .f the' : .f ti .'. b't nn .5 a TT-.t*.
1 I he d stioidd be washed clean of
:.e eeii puoiishid. cchihiis! ''ti his pait a \i i- I t'oiiitnenreil, trenliii l-u, ri-e. and in tix weeks tLe wi> dirt and dric v

so characttiiilir cf ti-e rrnti -.r.d his rph.it'Y.s: I.ire: n dir: t11 .:i, en ir.dost ami r.l the well ad-iptud! tpl --c nl''. M"t only in. For vxe! l-v DAVID f. AYILSO C.'ticrr wa all removed and the sure nearly h<*aleiL) .* fire sending it t' the Factorr. The O solierjwitronnge
y 't:1itv ttv Iyit 1h t- ii.t i'ii.ly Oi-t.-h.-r! l5-"i. -11 .
that! wedu! not L l.i :t.te to ioiihtr.i.. 1Urntr ; ui ; Thi< c.ie was seen iiiul uiinesed l.y i r ore thin live if the adjourning Counties of Flori'
; s.-itrc !time :z ditruiyf! i-h.srr.tter I ilia! t hate I.inr. h-.t M-'IH-JV piiti .il.irv! l--r ;!i'' Fl'-'i! i I 11 n\ir --- This is

;lx-i ll.at, r.; r.ti tin, e t'.iJ: l.e everkl.i] a n nde hii n.n.e ;i fatoi: 3k. r.nnie ill every ii- kg-ic. \vit-li! 1.,- fr-eJ!* a ;:rd lie will )l-c :iUe) ti. S<.fl\\ a i* : Bacon, Bagging- &..c.Tt'ST hm.'ired persons. 1 Live the Caitrer- now in mv r j not Geargia.fail of factory Florida an has eiperirceut been that *.
C.illin, lotir
( e>H"H.atiiI MIIV person! cat; i See it b\ at my of support ; depeon -
..jct or lillc-u icfljoia.litni.! Hev:. s :: aiStil :! 'ion of onr bi-Iotcd Union. In thy 'hitter I l-'V. i-t i i.'v !-ireip'i: nn 1 tin. prod if.' .-f the c-'tst'try rect-itvd IHT 1.iti-t ,nrrtval* fr.-ni "cw Or- (ice, iu :n GnfHs. Thi ci ii' wa< witne; # .et| bv her Nor hern neighl 'rs for those! article*-.th r r.terul .

:tititittiv; 1 h rud: hem the ftnif. He ?r.iJ : troubles! : which hcve ;tei; life to FO tr.jicheciternent l-iit ;,1.i to I li-e wlut liiv. Ux-ii d--i' 4 wit1'i t.f"r '.: >> C and Xvtv V.-rk. tho f-llowint :trlk-es! v. idcli j THOMAS JONES of Oriffic. of which Iir at her own duor. AH wool .t. :

4. Ficnj iy fctl, I j.Lhur the ptaclicf cl"ii.irgljrjr and; diset Esici in vrai?. AH i li'ie.vi! -liiiv t-. ri1r.ie' wu v.:ju! i iaJvi.o tlu-v. i lfr at the lowest eai-i pnres : Dr. J l>. MARTIN, shall recei.'e strict attruth.n.Wool .
and, .
Confess to cll ani'e* !!.e-= -pl'-n !idJhi'H. ; '
15 "C.-i--;< H.ieon, In Bilf* Tliin r.:. W. I "
: u'igicn! with! Clitic?. The (!CTttito the Mr. luc--ui.in! ( iid 1 WIL-sOX. Ch arses,
; : <-f ut.tiy, h.-.s: towered ina Clitlie. S.ltiu PI sl'i ttlipod.S"id '
:20!t !?! !-. F'-iir, 15 '. feV. I Idnidtb.3D ]: ; F. C KENS HAW, S.
of ..fl!! our cor ittcJion! ?, Lctlj! Frdtr.:3si.d : dl!! :the dignity? o1 his 1 I.S ghi character: and in- I :>.;H I'h-i!I I 1 Hn>cndi' C 'i-! IN-pe, M HI--! Wl.iskev.rO I do certify, tint myelf an.l many others of thsplcc. For carding in Bitts for Matns e' 5 cents pe.s'

Sirto. i*, t-.t runn Las indi-fe- Hni dc Rhiues atiJ Ulac-k Silk?, cf all prices nndI'nc'J ] -. lt. T 10 Bbls. ile Pork F.'r Roll Spilling 10 ** *
cveiy r.ji tfllcclnal QI iit : v. He v.ii; lt-ivL. his : :HO, s were eve witie se3to the ab.ve stated. ease,
iisSbkliuht! io vrrsl.i > iis God to q1iait i..c. oO; Kegs Xa.J! iJ that Mr. Hurri left well.'A. To be weighed after it is cardeiL
; acconiii-g pr't to give \viy 'o }Li.= fLCc FSf- hivfir: : ::: perfectly
ciJshed nnd) colored Velrefs -
wiuol l into Plain Kert
Fur :
RICIIARDSOX i YTIIITAKER.Newport. manufacturing p e
sl-v <-:V1teS <.t l Lib own COHFC icnc< .-litis : leuewed hinJ, latiors lit S-'Ii I 1 ,i.i 1 Cihn'.rrenn1 JIriiocs U. HATTON.
: n twccii the nu : Oct..Is-r l 27. ]1S55. 4',' Griffin II 1 1552. charge is 15 cmfs per psrd, tl.e Mill furnishing i :e
L.-th :i bigot :itd; a t\iai>T, who v.-f.Ll.l. ii.ter- 1 two countiitsaid lifting fixeil upon the! s..r1j. : I. ;iii-I 2i 1)iii. May. warp i-r, (if prefcred) >tie half of the cloth e

IcC v.ith t that i..ctid i i1Lt. \Vhui! a C.MIJiilatt Iieaits, erf tliiEtiglish! !j.eop.'e!' the impris of alepubh'cati Di-l.n-i !. rn I. p'.r.i! 1 au J bla--k Alpaccasr5jiin Ii ChazcFr-t Hamilton Circuit Court. shie1\ \\ \ is ] :i.: 'flirI7fli. To the Afflicted kof nil Conditions. ] ods. Our tmiis ''i '. -
fltthe are ea or exchange
<
: ;jtnpLfor r.jlicthc! : : in- h !I chaii-ir: : I which has n> tc-r for Willis W. Durk. Complainant. c
a I M-'li-nr 1)ti-rnre.*. I di tint I afflicted with
i an ertrfy wa mot horribly wtiil at tie market prue. we will take cutton
: rjijiis ovght utter: ttvii to U- n.adchjt: Mi'ghnioment, tt i. Mt-d its simplicilyirid its J.idies lihsrk: nuil C't.Te I Italiin chat clcllu, ? t: a Cancer nn mv tipper lip. which c.iued me pain? in the It not ahoyt- cent"

futni ofielijiious! fiith: 1., {itoJi-ssci ; ut! tnily, tiuih, 'oarUtociti-t : j blindi: hmenfs. Cotutel.vd I IJ'-u-k ant r'll-iied! vi-l fi'.k Talmas] ; John.. V. Stephens ?nd Larkin McTyr-. nnl I Eli describab'e. After trvinsr the skill l of all the most pnce JOHN M. PALMER. Ae nt.Jetftrsoo .

in lh larguage cf Mi. Jitfor on, Is lie honest flatten d (IL.! l2Z l.is slay h he itudioolvnbet : Kir/i-li: !I !'!1-I lci I f..I tna. rileher. J.-i! P.Vher.! Tl.oinn IMcl.-r.;! William: Pihr. !- niii' tit I'hvi.i.nt that I Co'.ild heir tif. and that S. R. Manufactnrinp Ce.

S is he cjijalj'e! i:' incd fiom j-r.ti ing ttihuteto ; Ji'-ited and enihr i ler."l lace V 'ili, and, N.ittni.ilVuktr., heirs -t law of Jair.c3Pilciier : without re'ii-f. I irave up[ mv ca,c a' hopelef! :in-l. asI 1 J: Mil East of Mur.ticee.:
Eigi.i! D..f. iid.rt.
vaiity. : du-eased,
Demorra'.tt Ainetscar.s !"' \\ hr.t Sid.! jil.jid; :ia l 'i.ir..I ll.irt.jcsVe1rh I tl'oiiu'ht. w ilh d-ath ?t-rii': rue iu the f ce. flat f.rtuirtt.U Arril t.15G. 16-121
n tiatnefora ; I t'ie:; aviI e 'T..r..I S1iii'V9, appearing npn affi-l.tvit t'> thee ?anf.ictif! of the f.'rme, I heard of Dr. W. Ii. ilosrle\'s irreatpnoe
S Native Aineiican paiiy !-when ;.li t!. \ Si ik!! n-I I 1 IT C--irt th.lt the d.f.in-hnt, ,. *. Eiiz.l! Pilir.! J.-hn Pet
In ;.31! circle?, r-J: n :.!U! i cca i l: =, 1:' tilsI nMize: ?? in the tieatiuent of tLj dieae, iiiwl cs a Ltrivrt. Notice.
records of our j .vbt S.:*! >iy prn'.o tiir.t Att-c! icr.ti i- li\td his An.e-c.i'J :j.i- lied! nn I velSn'v Fl:inm.Ktiir'.Nli .-!* ee.r.) \Vi'iii! Pi'eher. aivl Nathie.eV.ki.! heir at I j i.ive.l! m\ self under his trcitmetit.: aud iniTiemonth

DciiiOctLt> have -\eranr.s tIJ)( fleI '.s id- teir! | : n i.tf! Arnt-iicaii () ..irFhiinis! 4.: ;sIt ..!CrQ. Io. f Ja1w4 Pivl.rr. ,kcea-vtl. hvu'.I the from the time he coinmened: I was prr.ectly'ELIZABETH SIX months after date the undersigned.! admin'<'- .

: to ieet.itc fortir.etsv.ns flvii, from 1iti in1E1n. !\JL-V.T jjiatuituusly! obtiu liii" nn-l Kri-iK-h embriprf? d band., jurtsdictiou! tf liis! Court, toit in tl.e state of Ge'T- a.uri'l, aCid teas c Lvcu su of the Estate of IL E. Gib'n deceased T i

tprcti4a p.i.d his rounliy and her ?dv.-int: ; ?, lc; I.CVJT l.-i<*f r-i-i liix-n (". II-r.l Ikt-rrlii'.f) ;. gi;.. JINKS. present her acc"unt and vouchers to the Hon. JTG:e

ii: 11i :: iatVk? fiu'I: ha'.v: r.l heitteto! fpeak of }her as a son sppkinir: K-at/il: Clirji.. H.III ikerclii--fi' nul I Uiers! ccve5, It != fnlcrp.l] th-it tlifc*?! 1 ilrf.-n'Jant.--'ar.pprarpii! Butts County: GS', May 27, 1846. f Prohale. for Ga-isden Gmnty, Air final .eU1er' :

I t.n: shrrnhi; i iglt: : < of A- of his j arcnts ; nir v..is he t-\vr : ctcr.: | |I.v Il'iil-riii It-rt'il C'i'n'.i.! tt. a-i.l C'dl.iit-ttc?, r.n wtptLc sail i.ih.! <>:i <>r li'-forc tl.e Crt il--ti l.iyin ,nd will npplv to be dischargee! frvrn the admktni.

i.eitu diit-, rticr;: n l>iiff j.oiii.d of i ic-if i- TuI. .r.wiiq-I 1 tjreeti Veil Biu.ge3, June next. -le tl.c sair.e; will: I lie ta' r.ny 5ji f is :jt of .ni-uvf:: jtaitizai.shiji.; As heime. f- Pii.\iJe-l I thi rdrr'i, iii I : in1 Cnnco-Ciycd, FLORIDA A. F. GIBSON. Admfr.
tvr.Co iii this: oi.!.tr. 'J 1 !hy Otnicr..tic .l.irk loveVei;!*, '*->( ? i> pnl/li-I.c-l 'lie
<-: s 1 1.0 (.('s. I thv stm* !r.ii untitj. > Cin'nit -.k BY DL! W. 1 IL: MOSELEV. M. D. April 26. 135G. IC-Cm
: ; j : : JI.r'.t.I. C.'un: an-1 Lien: Te'vep.ip \\ > we a \\ furtiieit- .
_ li.-ive .liv.- .
eiti.-d! in tii li tid
.
ily i t
s
14I ? ;
ijnj.re( ri) l5-ji AireK-ir* riz-n.:: .1 1 he; l.inh- ChinVwan I Swi. <"l/isi r.nd Insertia'i, ik'd t.f f-iur Mi'iilhs prior to *:iid ti f e. I co certify that I w.-n f.r many year* bodily afflicted -

I Its iVuiti iiavo Lc-c-Ji to iiicnliuti our j p'tp'.l.t.; j: <-it clafMsitd v.ih; erirli other tu h ]Jt'bi.i .-iu.1.! !.ntLi:! Luci-5, J. -WA YI.ES 1\KKPv.] jii-fce.! witli CniKvr "n my Lip nn 1 Chin, 1 tried all tie Hides Wanted.

: i.d cur j.u\vtr, \\iih iir. ?. -!iiti--l 3.r! MiJcnH nn-1 Stewnrf, bo.- t; .ior-.l..r C.. : !41jae.t. ru! I li.-ir i.f. I.i I 'it fniid! no relief. I tiiuilly 11rtA TIEEF HIDES Wanted fur he'i'

_ ly, asd to "UHi: ctr :oat'y: \\Jh: '.::jt JiiimLvrs honor : ;i5id on a r tent >eca-u,n. v.ijci ?! e C'.i' i.i I fb ,._, I'eLruar th. Ifc50.; 5 h.-ard >f rr.V.. li. Jle"s! gr. tt *tccrss in the t) \ 'fl.) highest )pnce wi I tie pall. Al D

cfin'iustitDus ind iK-JVl I ,.ews 4.1! n I iLu'a'J J cr iJi>:oi! }hftwutitl.c I J'i.r..i.l; ; ,. .I !; 'e ('tn tt ir.'. tii-ntiirit; ( C.-inccr aili-etion and; vipiteh him at and Otter *kin DAVID C. WILT
_ _
1-ttiiik! : c.il2tti.
: ;two CtU1'i.S: -.J.-j-j.: { Jt rjh- (.t 1, th, %::1tin. i.ek ',q j tT' It.-zer B3oBinding.IT' : (;i.til, an-l in the ci'Ur'v <>f ix \vtrkslieludthcU.inc T..Iahncaee. September 29. 1 355. 15
.=. i:;ivly ?io lu.ine rf I) nccrtic: Aner.s' ral! removed. I would advise al! that are afiict. I 1
1-is presi'n-e M iV4); i: lic | oj'ure! of Louden: AVliiteanl: I U..ekilk: )1irirryiI. [.rix-r.re.l the sfrvw* 'fa Eindei. we
;.( i v.s an LJ.A/nurale: dci g'.uti-u for :i.-< aii! | -;. lii.--k aij col'J KiJ G'orMie ] with the di-ea.! '('. t> i-it I.Ln: aid have Ihrir l.etiUir.t.ri.I. A. B. CLARKE
ii'l
-? -' bfsin
was gresteil v.i'h i ci.eei ?. a:: eMc'e.ce: lluit !, in w |'!Vriif| : U> n -ituininj ,
b\M..l all kind if d"r.bt
Native He i*. the most
the AsKiican : .
I Ki: 1 paily. ctIr( )vr to tL'lt d.-pitu.l-iit: oti r.i-' iiI.'e I Ifrni9.
hov. i tt r pjutifS i:.::'. 5iii: :gie: ot <* I o: e 1. skilni:; C.incer d..tar: in the Smthein StaN-p. MERCHANT TAILOR
"I'lic- Native .tt' ,. ieai p r.'y: ;.n '.*, :,* : :- Li-ii.- ,.I ( ;.-!,t Lujk .;:iJ Ki I Gauntlets, MDOLGALLL6 i HOBBY.TOWLK .
2r.1.'r! : ;i'' ti i j>aii !. t > j.L-rj. i 1.t j Jj a ]J:1211; Oct.ler 1 ;,. I l5.-,. 41 tie Cl.er.-kte C.. ( :.i. EMA.VL'EL DOMING
DEAIER READY MADE CLOTHIXO
_ fan isrtllttce, .i.'l i ihe ji'! its ft-tsj.t'tri. ix jGETLEMEN'3
; iy '. '( -Dr.J. D 5.rtin.! Griffin. Ga. Dr. J.
j l.iee i ii: the ;.f'etjoi.: of le!: iiiaf i ?. ----- --- ;
: *:ii;. l.tlnigs l to (;MUTJ: :*:? Vi jJ.i -tni: N.I ". UOOtS.) Y. M. Pikktt, H-trU cuu.iry, Texas ; Greet Bishop FCKMSIIIXC GOODS.
Oiv! ; Ta:! ;u.-.sr-r: why Mr. li! -lannns In Lei Cheat! Co.r!. In Equitr.JLn ..
*iiioiv! cilizcr., tie Atr.e-iir.vi f jfojkv.jJl iis Uriu; Ui.SciR'1)iiui. .v.o's.receiving at the well known old stand fr.
n-Jint-i* aMhis nif nvnt so ;: -c -j.t.-.! !e t tu iiis :s1rt & MYERS '
4 up. ".ih o..e *cc"ad \i.dicutf: tl.e rminnrv ; CtI.f,1.&fl3Ii i meriT occupied by Clark Stillman. a g'vca' si
l1f4.iLAt .. r' 2trtni'n iv, J c::'t-t- !h. siii; >j> l lff>ruthtm ,.l_ I''': "(AV ri-ciiv 1 :. li\' recent. Crra ran be Cured. sort merit..f Superior Ready Ma :'e Clot Liug. FLHUJLii -
i!. uti"t'S 1..i $on tucu anA :. 5.i i*. ;:. S; ,v>c ". l 1i i* -. ,. Y-"rk G'th.! .Cli''li' Cossime're dre-
i.ot n.iri-5y : ;.n e'tnit.t-ntlv ; } .- A: ftr.-i-.ni* Ir.-; itj.V ;if.t5h- LET THE PUBLIC READ 5 Vestings, co=iin -
: :k :. if-.1;: .s ttc TLC iiLO y oJ >u- l.ut ::s an cuiKft !'i- .:_!!-, i .''" -h- :.:i.1! v.tl il! s !"---.1 *.vK-k vf pticif part of the fi>ilowim articles :
.:t vcfliOJJ: 1t.C! rcnin.d v\i: :]1v ii.i- ; .v.- rn i 15.ii: I-)! ]5.ikt-r: T: ;s. Is mercy tthe aS'.ictni. ar..l thecratifJean'l! highopiiii.n Fiue Black Dress Froek Gnats.C. .
i ig; grc-atiuss .-.. Or ivul iis, im : ,. l''ah:1es: :iaid .; -\VfIi y, I f DR.) MOSELEY .
u.ter'isti r. a
; Surgemiiti
treiuc'i f t"f. C<>ti j>! iin ti!*. J Black! and ColM Single Brtnted Frock tclCu.i'c
oa : zrtc -r c.'i'Ki'rv.ivr.
: IO I'np.iti.nce. ciii.n-ji-iiljy : id: ojil'.c.-iil! C""f! !! U- 't! 'it..i i's- C ,t,3 hutili: '_' !cv(-i ;. lurj al : ,I t lliyslv-i.ii.! : I dicrti i it my Jutt. metiti'ir: the case
j ; jjextcrdtd : :iin_' j' fTi-l's: li-in r-f tic! C"frt, tl"il 3 Coats,
rv psfy couli! cvr ia' ) itt4i. Ihprtts'v. :to'1< cMr-r.dini. niai; I ipr !-l lr M *. ..i i'r i-vt-r. l.'j'i'i-i' i1. a uii2i-! Ifp n- ;;nI I I.f my n if... Ii.,;.;;i; at Za Miiie rim? thut all]I I j- -r .ITS Fatev Cuijimere do. do. di
ns Uii:! other ll.Ptffi.iir.:; J.-li: P. K Si* :!.rt' il'i'l' i-i" 'wfoM.irtli.t
coilts:! : u <.f M( ;*tqf.nery, Li IV.\ctl D( fj'utr'i.-r: !; \ ; tL''i! '-iii'! Cor.1 an I ...1 C'Ml I FgII.rV: Uii': -tcd n.Jty bo l ,.&-tid by it. In tl.e IU!uck:* and Colored CIcth
ptiv.cr/.rcttos.j.rhl; r.l t.e! rHt: J! Sunj-- le-ilo iv'i.l! i tlie !ia.i: .1" Fliitl I.I I. Overcoats
t* (;fJ4. kItss l IF.i Ji-i-l t-ar'j-ic* iifcJil.ir*. : ,.' i aii'l -t rrss first 'if il.5 had pins j [
Kndco. ad i Jis ; : nit r.iyrife
Ka1 l"Z yeai. 4'
ni a ; {p [
iak: Deakia Pisnti'.
j i\'t J.he Co I i. \tz: in :i h. >t.i ii'f Oci--ii-Ir I U i-r.! r.- agitators ; ;: ;> iitiol, a1I, i. 1'p'---n { in* :m 1 1 Hkel- r h.vr; !- (I.iT'.t.i pi n.-'>- t-i ri.-ike thrirappearmec in her l-rea-t : t'ifci! >titiiued "
.ttL t'J frtIv sh' 1).t) V r.j.prnr; v.n-1 !ti'--n-i. MI-W !h ttcmitk S ni..J y-A 1 1 '.'I\ I hrr hr.ilft : :i Ur r." 'itiii -i.t nf ii. in U'ltil whole IMV.IS
: ti- Kiamea
gj.-.rr.i-.t -s of tvp 1 : to <;ie se s'Ze. ;
tr! nr.e= it ] Btack anti Silk Vests.
itt-ir LI'iod! f.i ? j.J.i..H'-' !i'i: at -.K- li. J- L. 1.1 in the ClcrVfH.f.fili' ; Fancy
securec.r.r ij !c v. tnl tic ".-' ai-'J ? it !ii,..- p'aiii, lii'i't.:' :.I. r'|liv. [>f. rl ant i; r.; -t. <* VX :il"' ti-e.ise l r.iand very pssinfii!. I prit-nrfl the "
: :::: Velvet do.
= > > ;, \ve see tJ: ( Mj. :* O'iit. I ili'-f-:! : M >utli\ i-i A PITH-t l lO.. Fancy
)Lav;- rei.Jt-rod sutis :;i'2r.t 1' le. r'lt-K.n fi: L'cr ri'-u- : gi-l.tU-n rh's -ili"i'j IC..1. i.< ; b.- .t niedieal :ii-l I in ti! <-t'\"f li. '|ie. :.n.I iH'tvrith- "
dt :.ris ii.:.! -=-.fh r. nu ,, v.-.ni.l he dc! f-! <- tlio !!.! Hill u iii;i I Ii- t ,ki-i / r'/ c1"'/' *" it? a tii'tih do. C.i->. !o. Cashmeres,
: t troir to .1.] I fti' t. P'.IIJI <"i nc". ''iix -in <*--ni -i.iM! : a !Iit and it.Til! r.ltciiii"
"Our: :.: v t :i "41 xv'th !::cLeave I Is f'litl.tr ,-nl"t--l that .- "f tlii OriirIk i-v : I ; fti.n in t inrn.-t : : .q "f t tl.ei.ir-t 4'Vhit Marsailles do. D. B. .
5-iiT i b-rtfl -tn a c > .
y
; I > j nn 1.4! .\ mci i'"n | iri -:ot var.v: "t f >tii 1-. f:, "l-i, Vt'I I :itssI l iT'i.ir! I -tii'l! i''' iti.I.. LiaC ?''t. iLi.I to -ar'e an I
S atjd j : -ti'.iic! of tiuir .t.ds; j..li'i,'-.-.1 f.-r t I'' !< iiifii'ii? in -' ;iieiicwjin.r; [ [-.i''>- ... -A isoA -
pe(,; It. in: li-e rrJp.jia'l: ) Chair.: For ihe cIiiiiiH.: Foalk l .-\ ?. i"M aii'l -I'\ .r .p > : T.j! j-t-tstil raii w cr-r. Until! ill.- ; git e the vet lip ; s incUr.iUe. nil 1 fine of Shirts.Collars. B'ccK
assortment
T.tl'il.iei Crarats.
Ltd ctr' Vt'-t-.it l5ti ]! !lr in thr city ( I : -
j.'i< nir.s f CTi.n- tirtt'.ijr.t-ii : -'-*. : .1 1 !' !1.t.! silvir tiii s'. tl spefta--it*, >lJ auJ s.lcr ;I.a. I. CC.l f.i-n.: I vI4 >.I|vi-tiM by i.f
; ::; .fyearswo bi-injil! ia th o ;I'i% a:: ; : : inanv rnvtn White and C-l.-red. KKl and Silk Glcve self ar''_
: I) '-, a" } orJt-rcJ at Ciinnl tl.U 1 ;Jth of FtLnurv -
'der-ir.-t! J.i-f. WraKl! !l.e !. ck. d I :h U.Miblv .
: .vcev -rof ids! txi.it I PR. W. Ii. 3I0ELEV. of Giiffin.C.u
| cr'f> Jiir.rs ichif.r.? ; ; ;:, a !;,ttii .1:1: who liGC.; inr Stocks. Citton ami M rirw> Under shirt*. J-; '
daor &;.itt il.e r.Jtr.itfrt.rtiives( ft iIrs 10nicic.ii c \VAVLES HAKF.R .Jm3.,-*. I'iuc CnHi'ry am! Guzi.tie uhu-h! 1 di-?l I. all-t-I'MiiiliH-s a- it 1:1: iyen! :. 1.Fe idIff Drawer*. Br )wn. Fiincy. C. lt 4>. anal l Lisl Thr'c THose.

: the lights! ( facts (.IIC-iS: Lt 1. ih. 1-.re ': i1 ( i :;tVi, g IV' riiiT. 10, 1 JC yn7A ; IXur.rr:, : -I ;n .ikf.i-t J ke.iv, < \s iil. .: '. f ik*. knvi s tr. tiT'i'i ittf'l >:' hit (ire ittoi.lfi and s'e it HI White anti CoWed Cambric Handkerchief s.,
r.tnniJ \f y f.it. in vi rv IIH-I to .7, J IJtillfL .'.' I v-< ill 1 :iid\l3eall\vh.1 ::riaJ3icffdvitu ] I
H-IJCV. }< .
reasonable
which -Tried( the
-t-l ri' line kit tes
: sj cik lei tr.s lt< ( ;tIV rs; : ai>l f 'rl i.i: iZtc.sI vii ? ili t ". j are to pnliliu OH
\\ take h > rr.OM r n-jri, c.-5vt> \n-\v of e\t rv great Plows Pious cttVrv, rht-ari. -':i',-"r ii'i-1 inz-'i> ; li f iiii9 : IF.tti..ns. to vijit tLc arid wamnted MS good as offered in,thi* Mark -
:6ti ji Marcb 1 :t;
asluujjur.S qu( '..)i2. :.iii '. };(.i: ; :. ,! t ,. C. Kirrellt-l I* l.iiiiiucd: : I tvt I :'.te.1 -t.b tui-r ipi. C.'IIltiaJi I>Kti.r \\itlioi.t dei.iy. n* I am jt$3ed by experiK.ce.iii Call and examine.
Pit'ittit tL! iLniltd 1.\Tinn; J--iOI"! j -< !'MXo.1 1 and 2. i l st-rvUi-. iluit the rkili.'ulIni ie
i. ni"-t
: : i i> > .u ti | nil! November 45
.al.hTjfl ISSS.Manufactured
in ti.v it.idst tf} jycli uief4 I. .t u.i-f ; 10.
ir.i-i"i'ucii'5 p
: < t tic her- i.uz'..' fr.'ni ),1 t'r.. I.t f.
; r
; the uthern .St.irt-5.ia the of that ht-r-
treatment
; the fittt law rli! ct r j ( .! iess ontb IvmMOND. I in :><>
ji't ,. & !. % tIrr Il .ls. c'-iin rii*. r. i-.ips an *
J2, :tr. t Jov.rci: :o the ii.tluri- c, ol a (; rible diaeat-Cai&r.r.
: tul-jttl of !taltiai/: < n ; ai.d: this *--ny! ., citns a'ai d s.tgaIi -Nc-'v 1'ott. Jjn. I 12. 1 nZ.t.Cod w.iiji. w .*.l o.tt: .i-, ui:i i in.--ri.ili! f >r : 'i-.-> nitl.s. WILLIAM H."MITCHELL Tobacco.
( ( i ,
n'cI t.e-hhI
rtquind a reside t.ce of tvoeats, pietiou : i :ILI Silvrr ami I'latcti UV.jf.Sivir 31. E. MirCUKLL.} I 1 SHALL receive some 400 Haw of various br-7!
I is tl.is cruil.iar.i'uii I I if! il-inuits "licit liasawaten
to ihe adoption, of a for( ncris nn .Ar.eii-j jft Liver Oil.FTtEsr taii'r.! desrt and tc.i #;jK.m*. -iv! < r f:>fk?. ntp: .Tlavq'sl.raf.J.. HI udtiuiy, Rornt, Ga. Mullens" 3Ianuf.ctur Tobacco on consijrcrrtasrain

ean citiicn.! On the 0ti! Jjniiiaty; 1105, the-! ld in his hi:1! t.tlc favorahie s niiinvnt i- ; .t PURE t iii'! o-1.t.r'U-J Bran-ii" He MI,i cr a-ii lail't--' l l.ate-r and p! k- I 'iivi-jt. pneil! Rome, Ua., October. Ie54. this season. 1 INI Boxes nntr on: the way ot.*_

f tl.osi? eiaF( ff citizens \\holuok ; Clu-k: : t L Cfn it IiL-.5ii' ii* f '; ka :iuJ: ;J.M-I4 wairer*. r. ti-r*. cwku :.n-l f.uit b.ifcft ?- Merchants will do well to bear this n mind. an: t

.' term of n-iidctice vu-.s fsleiidcd l-y (Joi.jiUfs fi.rnnio I ami ju.eir.tjs!; admiriUir.rio: s of F... .' .L.! l.y A M K.S i LIVELY *. cltctrn! pUtei ti-a -i-t*. anal nnni.ttki: srrviff, cAI. will IH soli lower than same qtw'l. cn be laidd. 73
to five cirs. and tin- it t < ttihud I tit! cih. i for from usual markets aud c:- ti rto good raj
li Jiclwinlwr iiiI I !
I l..iir .. 1
: parWMiillt'ii'k
tie .r jccrii -_imint, iirt i whirls I. Apiili. l l'O.; It ; sss jr. :iii rrr.tin
gvt ; s as->
ALL tint diroiH of them-
Gt-rti l VI sihit.-c'on'fe di iuiiiniSuni pt-i--ii< are availintr tie. DANIEL LADL'Nwpnrt.
eat : : I! -'. sjt! ci-lnr.! bqiirt hvlJi-id, card aud
p gathered :i; <':iui! i.pri the waini nn-l sflv. DlLMOSELEY'Sfrrxie.- find him
gei er< usmathi oi at August 4. 1S5S. SI
xnd: until afur lie r-e-c:: .55t"n of Ji-lm An'r.nts GoIi; 'ID FLtIUDI.) !. vn busk.-tt. an i butt MI-.M v Jre..lli _
'\ | st.fthc} r.nMi'.r.'ei.lsliu! r tjH.J"ii 1.14 tF11tMAItBIOADVAY, GIthFuINGEOR.
to the Pici i scv. In l.is r.i'n' niir.lor; : iriIIa9ChIS] | .t I1iI1'! <:. (_ I. Executor's Notice.
; his ict-i\v inMinrtc iliiisiralii d!
\\ hiihxill z-z l Lu !;nt\\n ii: hitorv r.tl.e j:4gl as DR. T. J. CUll LEE Li-lit: u'ticuY*. -iif-ifj.! Wi-rU bise*, It-trl.! TVi'ininn. Patient* tmnrde-l at ? 1 per d l.IV. or Sic per month. months after date I will prevent my final "
thro .ll l.is 'tsd! i Instrioas
long SIX
; ear er. arid ni'-riii-o tc.rt in .Il.iii*. >f.irl c. rf i <-i f*. -or.il FEES in all tbe Creett l rf..re und and Probate '
reign of tei: 'r., as !the eta of r.litti :-t-tf< setliliuu Practicing t i i Dentist | eyse upon -rtakrll. vouchers to the Judge of r
There is rot: nov to l.r (ftiuti"! a ef: nahlcitKtti Iw-.uls. ca.r,1 l iirrkl.icf.Jinl I arrul.-t*. ji t I 1-r.ici-lrt! *, Xo case \\ ill Ipe rteti-.I I Into this estbl>h- Lrvn (;.'utitv. and apply for .1 final discharge f.3
Act fed ofJarr
.4, laws;, an was pa; on l.e! ISth in rait t I of I t'le I'r'ionvl.c, docs! ot IX THOMASVILLK. (J.\. MOMICELLO| : -cki.il- an 1 $li 411I ) : iiapst-nin! :-* :ir :md riiith met t unlc>3 it i i'< believed nri! examination, that it can the dike uf'lisicutor wf Vt'. O. Hvltwi. dei.asird.Vfl'LX .

10 which piohibh' d t iiv.y foteigtiiriVcra Jiny i is i MADIr-ON" I FLA. an-1 t'nvir. rip-eItt ii.I Iadj bn,-h- :'. !< it '.-\ivti>. -n-l.! b.itlil'i. i-i !i n lublt-r nndivi li-c'iri-d. ear admit ..I! -liif. All cis rejecteJ nill CALL. L.Dee. :.
atitiztn vi.til tftt-r )hiIice ti.Jit Mi. Hue ..njiti's tion.ii atioii -i''c .! critie* T.- itz.rt :if>v ri'in.ber 'f! Aititiiil >he.. rhiii i i.nlls. atnl0iii .
lecrmtt'g n >! \ fr ex.iinitiiatioiiai-l ativ ce. 22. 1S55. 516m

d nee of fonttfi \caif, M.d ihi i i. the ;;.w, \vo'.i.i] !'< *ttv! "e Ict- !>v \\i! cnfai, :) and i t liimj I- .->i Ti.tlfr.ui) ONil i t. a FULL '.-'t. .-n th.- litiniprovjd ,-: .iii.'y I I'l-Ii*. -ij.r: c !j,1.q, fv-atliiT di.s'tr p-iit'-r' t ai.ild All let:<-r-. to entitle them t.' notice, ,eiiat 4i>cl"e _____

tlte : ;: >hinr, i"ctiui.! : To tls*' Sonlh! lie J1(- (-iits ]irin-iie.] ivin ili-in tli.it lMtiif..l.: lifijirin -- ii.r U-IN. l 'Lc'iii ii 1(1 It ; an I ci! in.i vta..t :a.t| >ii3krti. .1 "j-f.imt/* fr the pavnu-nt i-f postaiTf. Mini 1 I.e ciirtctcdta Hides
xli.tifn.hiili Gir.iicott ;
or j jeiU'lujil < Ii; I 9|> no re o:ii l inc: ( t.-'istf-iif, <".tn) in the tli.ul I l "t : T ANTED in any quantity for witch the hiYrt:
prefere l, at.d which the Ntitite Arucii- : n ] tfcti.-ii I i ti.i .- i-rt nlj-ti t4 .i"ti iaih I ,.id.- 1
< to t-; .ii-ii; < i liy -n : r. j-- -t-i r---". Ct-iitie t-u-| -ii' : l.iinp-) ). imp GnfHn. Gittjjia.Pehnnry .
1 market will be in cash *
price paid or jrroe.
that \\l !
ii-li itidi.ced the 'Southem
eau pnrty zuw: de inlu I ie>toic. digreovrh l'. r,oi> iiee.iiii! l)-nt I I'ji r.i-!; -ill tliir. NATU11A huf! ihiiiinexiand wirk \i i 'hi.nri:' *,.sv. g'ltIr.h.jfIj. *. 1Z, 1S5C. l\-8 BROOME i UEIi.

'J'he I'retitit-ntial: election oJ 16CO recur-
cd the ascendency nf the Deinnrratic it: the Df-mocralij: I Coiiveniiou of : % La'-i hI.ir.i. I'.i'e :,t iI,, ..: .. -. jjuiliir and \iijin rtiiii!s. litii; ci> --,' an! other | Leon County Iron Works, September 15.
jaitv, \vI.i. Ii 't iI: IfniMid i'. l U'MUCII I l-i-.vi-rtli.mli c\tr ,trf.e'.a. and I -nral CI.-'rtisx-:!' of TvVir *.
a
Now lh he vc
] S52. as i :i, sl.it'iU i: forth, t ihe uticritiijnotuirii I ry. STORING! AND SHIPPING BUSINESS
and n der tlie adttiiitraticii ol Thomas; Jef- ..-.- "ere, in I'i.i ICl i .1 t.. :'I'rv I.f.r.. .. wi \ -l..'- .1 ill jew cli y repaired pr ii.pt and in the TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA.I .

fereon, i's g'Cat rj>o te! on the 14th of Aptil, !: M-rruv oflhtir et'einics ; I ll.e F..r fillii-'te, tli with! (;l.1-I I F-il. ? 1 (W). l W) fOi bc-st inaMir.. IIIS EstablMinu-i.t is l.sflill, full operation. All AT XKWPOKT.rPIIE .

p J502, the term o! rctidrme pietions I to ia- dt-voteii advocntecf their constitutional! ihht; and >t 5t,. v.iivin ncpi'i'liu t" nze "f eaxitv: ,.i.d Vt.-ii.-r -'". l i.'i 4V -rd rs \\ili be uttrntUdto u ith) promptness audal uidcrsiffiieil still carries on the above ba'raL

p teston-d To the NortlmestiU n h"tae! he |j'1SCIiI3' th- ;rii"int >.f iterud. u-c I ; I l.xtr.i>:tii: ,' te .h, HI ol tc- S v.'i-ik! done u >ih neati-e s and !Lpitli.; i in, all it* l-r.mchvs. BuildingS we'J calculaterr
lurIiztioti five \\liiii
was to \e-atp: :
unsullied record ol one who has co-operated (.nlv 50 et-uls...:. 'Ut 'f ..ili'-e 1.I 1.llis 1. Notice All kind# of woi1.. MM-Iiai I Strain Work. Mill Work.Oi.j de'j.atchim; waeons. D. LAL'N.wp..rt.

it 1ml Ix-rn under (;t.t(1:1; Was-hingtoii, ndTtl.fic : I I St rnict: f--rn fuJl liIqwr| [ i-r lowt-i cf-tt of tcetli. on nl.ite. wi'l cspnt nrct.uflt.! ( tarji. Star .Iil.! Circular Saw Macldnrry. S-j.r nber2.1f54. 31
i.v'teti.-.fi r
with th ?ir o\vn ir-necr irjtrc-sontrli\es i 1:1Congrtss : we rr
it \ seer ice: n inr.ij.cd. No, JeJ. | n.ATK. ( witli CO.V'l INUOU.S (;JU.MS if ni-fssny.: ) iiiily i- SIX tu-li- 1!. it<-.. ti> tlif I llmi Jud.tf! f Prc.iu.te i-t* SJi.ifii.is;. PuleHati! tr*. Ploivji Cet ngi. lira; **

Itiw -citizi :.t, the lather of his ccunlr)' w-is ii; ojicning up our r.r tenit riesto ?C l><-r tiH.tli, ai.d p-rfttt sitiif.tction jjaar.ii.lt-cd luuiil!?; > n C. ',iity. f-r a finalltIt. :ii' ;t >'f the t-Mali I'asti'i-j Ai-.; :IM SiJvrar Kettles, of anv Mze kfptnn John McKaispei.de ) In UaiUIrQ Circuit Cvu'In .
comnu-ice and l t.) civi izilioi.: :) The Notih- iLl 1' Il ITL'Ii (1'. Ci'III.t.ClItIV hiuid. All wi-ik done! ii> siK-h c'tabNhnifnt \*. > Equity.
never a ? ::!tive An'e'5csn. This 'Aim-lira!iiV (>f S:-j h.-n KiT-h S.ile .f f <-ii I C"iintdtti.i* 1, un.la
)
xec-tr.ctj'!! netif btlonged to Ii.ii." nil or Kistein Sf.it: s Knou hitnas t c chr.tni"i Tli". e ilt-yirri: !, liw services, in any jxirtinn ( { the k to l I.e ( f ;.i.I tete. wilt )IM.. done by 11 I. with a parlu-nlar regard ti> Mary McKnrypcncie Bill tor Divorce. aGd.ivit
above n-tnu-d t'.iitjc'. earinif to the satisfaction rf the court by -
!
"lle!: rttgitive >lave Law is rl the Sru-h } : of their ligtils, un-ti tiise were sad i- can IIJH.II )|. '-. l by l h.iirr t'i n IK r ficctl to ft iti-hi ra p.tcil'*. While in the .'.l Id. ISASSET. \ i.nt. lluit the defendant! resides! tie ctiuii -
beyond
has obtained in thi; cnnij.n.mise < f 16.r0.It .- ,i.niei, I Pod OiriCvs.or otherwise, receive prompt ul 1S5C. 1 Engines. eC.'ft junsc
is a law founded l-otii upon the l I' tier and ri\ States it may Le protidlv said of Mr.Iiichniinii tentii.n. 10. :; __ __ ruts will be librrnl. and all wok d('ne strictly for of the c>":rt. but within the slave cf Florid

] with no disro jrct to oilier r.-imJi.! Circular & Upright Savc.H ca-.ii, or accepted onU-rs m s*">n.e business firm in this It I i-t rdrred. that thii cnn. > be set fur hearinc rrpti -
ihe of the ( Cotisituti and timilar .
sjiisit a r. i. FKRCNCEH : '- the fjcts tluirffrd in the bill on tIe first iloti*: "
diteJ= licit he is this rrgaided ihe WtVlut GiiiTeth; Circular Saws pi.ire. Liberal prices paid fur old Iron, Copper aui
div as very OK it CO.. and shall
law has existed rn .ur statute books ever Jcnos COLE. Macoti. Georgia. Urn**. in September. 1556. unW the drfrndaut >-n <-rbcfoie
man whr>m the Dem cr'alic fHON. li, 40, 4S mid o-.' jude *iza, (ill Land I mid for that eiitrr his and demc'
cince the admliisttatioi stronfjeat party J. Jj. S-WAUD day ppearauc
: > of.Georpe Washing | All letters must be addressed (post paid) to
1). LAUD
ton. IlitJoiy tencLfs that hut for the i. could nominiito for tho Presidency. The JCI>C.K IX>VK. V Themasville, Ga. ?:,h-by J. il. SHINE TulLdossee, Fla. plead, or answer to said bill. It is further ord-rcii,
us. : New Port, Nov. U, 1 Su3.:; 4tj
that of the above order be in
: divided household of our political fiiendsii I Js Vzs%. Esq. ) March 11,1851.1 10Most a copy published ecws
iti slaves
la 01! .
provision for fugitive our
pros"onslituiion for three oonseeutive niooll
\v. S. DILWOUTH, Esq., ) newj.paier.| w fkly. pre-
New lot k would.ra! helieve find in his I
<. nc-ter would I late existed.Thiok .- i f C. O. F.-J-E. Kff\ [ Notice to Contractors. Titans to !-nid first Monday in September. Done aai
\ j Approved Corn iMill in I'se.1A
.. I 3-0 that: the iStuth will ever l.miely name, the olive hr.-nch of harmony; and \ JitfursV.. ; the Dernocir.ts of Ohio uoad! unih-r Ciil., E. K: IJLACliELU.V. ; OK A OF the most approved LANIER CORN J. WAYLES BAKER, Judo.
peace J
: surrender tha .fugitive slave law lo not tin rnfanaticis MILL P. O., ST. JOHNS JJivra, FiArr.CsT _\., v 1UU
4 MILLS fur sale by the Sul*criber. These 10 1850. 19
l.is Ijiinner. adv.-.tce: to that victory xvhic'iihcir January 12: 1856. 2 lt May ,
and abolitionists! I :itrrii) >55. )
Mills have been for some time in use through this re
a'S An-'l! now, fellotv-citizi n :, what a flcriMIS pilii"lic! t-H'oiis so wtll deserve ; and SEALED PROPOSALS will l he received at this irion and lower part of Georgia, and give |>erfrct sat -

paily tb<. dtinfierfllie j-aity lia&e-vcr been! Penus\ I .HII, flaiioing }Let wren t Lee t two BOOKS BOOKS BOOKS 1 the 20 P'.hi dny I i.1 August, I 1856, for runutriietin isf.irtion. grinding with case -4 U bushels and the rise Per Wm. R. Pettls

gigariiic Slate, wond! j.rononnce for uch a a Canal wiih it} necessary npp..n.iatCa. in the day. with le4 than tht ordinary trm power applied
; Munis I ul? tl.o being of a iuiutner'a dny, __7 TUST receive! mm New York. Ihe ; fui-h n< Lift Lucks, ffiraril L"CkH. 1 Hisitii.. te fromL Thi maker furnishes Land it FROM NEW ORLEANS
it. *
whilst !les ttetr.ah 'J 1 he candidate, uith inch a majority as would recall ;." 7 1 f..IIe'-ii RwiksTl.e OMl ihi Sf.W'-hns. Intliiui i lntaricc'i'l to a toput up ;
prirri} aio : genera- 4- new : ke 1 ll'nn-y on I to Ilix'er. n and warranted satisfaction.
one to give perfect C ASHS. Sides and Shoulders
lions of mottal!?, one afier the other, life thed.ixsihcn iheselhreeconiinonwe.: hhscorutitutiil !- t1I: J1'ni'ti-ad." l li y lire. Ann' S. Stephens, Ihirletn miles. 3.4In 1 feet ; anthr-rizetl ty the Call tvi-ry and examine, I In.in at D. LA DO'S.Apiil ")fJ 75 Bbl Extra Family Flour.Sitpeifint
.
the ve.v foiticssof the !Democratic nn.l lier f'-rner wt> Ic. Fii'hi.in nnd }.iiiiii*. The 1 (Jetieral Atscnilily, (Tlhe s'lntr nf Florida nt its retfion ,
end Mttk and 1G
but tl 21 IS5. "
; : are forpottc-n, ip'ir:< 1.I. irles i- 100 .
in the fey Stales. work exliil-its uiiqui-ti"iuible |x>wer. roniiimnd of Inniia''e. of 1854-5. by An Act entitled, I An Art toprovi-le
of \\hich hate inl d patty CO Rectified \VtI key
itt ,
democracy
we e:
dei niul dramatic
% lg.ro.14 eripti tk S frcm our rctolutinn.ny father.*, will cnduicto During .Mr. IIucli.TJ'an's: sihsenco of nearly forrc. il v First -Seaion." n newiiovel under the provementt- this State. MILES NASH *t CO. 25 "" Mess Pork" '

Its! n:.*>!
: there hiiy democrat within the found of proudly ahsiaincd floni interfering with! the : I,. amy. .pu klei with imagination and i* sustnin- work will be done, the mode acid manner in which Lard ,

: j ed tbri'iiifliout by ori inalitjr cf tlu.iiuht, nnd oxprea- j pnyment* ore t.. lie :nnil*. hethrr in land or mOIe3. II | received from Nw York per bark R.H. 0m- S .
voice i is there- democrat for the Proider.ti succession. From
fticpglc JUST 5s1 R'e
.throughoi t ,
tnj any ; urn,. IaVCIIII". tri'ii, hut pen of Madam Geoir I or [Million1* i>f e.-M-'t. Mnps, Profiles anal intimates can' a iri-neml assortment of articles in our line,
? .d the brond Kmits: ; of goand! old democratic tic lime he sot foot on the Engi-h! soil, he Sand. Ite Chirk." Fern' l.IAt novel. 2elli- 5 Hhds. Sugrjj.,
,. gteat I ; Funny be Peel at I thirf i affi''e. nnd any inf-rniiii!hI'htuinvd hy mch as Oi!* of ulin-wt every kind. Burning Flub,
; I'tiineyvaiiia, who will abandr there. wrote hack to his ftiend I that in no C'-ntin- (-r with Until Hall." Fern Leave*." and' Life and luUreMiug the itaIvrsi.rneiI vt? Orange Mill P..at Of White Lead, Zutc and other jwlnts. Window Glss of 6 Boxes S Candles.

sacred principles for the sake of follow inj i gency would he place himself in the field as Deautit-s of F.innv Fern.1 Jtne, Cl irk uphold) the re- fice. St. John's River Florida." PIOJ). M!* will also | best quality. Puttv. Bruyheii. Pota>h. Soda. Sparkling For sale by E. H.BXBRT.

in the trfcin of n militaty and a candidate for ihe Presidency. There was ;1 f'iituti"ii of thi led: female, nlUt.. Ill ja I l be received for coiwtrnctiug a Hail Iw-nd ver thu i ( e-ltetji., London Mustanl. French Brandy (very best) i Apnll9.,- ise. Is
ronqneror -
liiteii ely intereilinjj nnd claims the ntlcntiori of tlu> ground. F. L. DANCY. | f-irmeili'-mul Lemon -
| tame Spice
;. shouting for the liero of Lnndt 's> Lane, Ccrro i nothing of g.'ief: i in: this resolve, nothing of I reader from I inning tu end. ALUiiCftNop-I i St*to Engineer. State of Florida.i Inks. Quinine purposes.Peruvian IJark Fluid Pepper.Extract hItichu.it Syrup. |j Executor's Notice.

c Gordo nnd Clinpultepee." j disappointed nmhition. It uns the calm and Complete, eitilxillwlie'l with, ttcel enzruvhi., bejinniii i Aigust3I,1855Blacksmlthlng.JJ5 Iy *.. &*? and u general assortment of Popular Patent | ix months afterdate we will present oortocoon'i

And within the campaign rpsulted in tilutnprt I deli! Iterate judgment of n rrjir'!, which! having with the Emperor's birth f"llnwic him thrinithi Medic! ne'. We ki'ep noiw but the very best and ) J and v< K-heis to th* Hou. Judge if Prvbate t.r

PretiJ ut Fiejco tendered to Mr. Due ''looked cwrefully our the political past and I the C'-iiml.-it', Empire nrr.l ]i*ni,hmeiit., Hi* trial hope to merit your I the SUM I County of G'Weo. CM- final settynen*.
p.itrunage.MILES
aitd triii-up! are related wilh great itrenglh. and the NASH A CO. apply tn bt dielwrgedfrom tb. ezeeutoruip of Ceaz
;?: hauan the leading foreign u.i=Mot!, \iltuh t /uturr, hail l come lo the conclusion that tie i t\le i ia iHtonrpa I 1 l by any' Amerrcisn writer. Suh- THE Un.lcrngned luivc formed March 29. 1S5C. 13 Fillyaw dereaeiL .

I. n-as accepted. Circumstances hate ttzim.pir i day for the tcramUc'! for Prcjidenlial honors 1 e"ril er t,, lIjrM'r| ** M.iiraziim are mlieired. Tlu* -pnrtiiei. $liip) fur tin-pur- OWEN 1* A JAMES A. FILLYA.TT ExUt'fc

r on lirnn tho 'Hluek-lxc.uhir I'i&rtm. Notice April 12, 1333. 15m

Aiuetiran mitsion to the Court of St. James '! ho was determined! lo npi'ly' himself to other Applvto McDOUGALL & HOBBY.IVlniarv that __ _IL_ --_ ,_I *
'J 1S6. 0 nttenti'iii is ci% en t>> Carriage nnd Spring Wi>rk, IS I hereby given, we shall mate pplkation.

i ringplnily' impoitant, and it Las hur-pcwd: I purst.its. We assert that, if every private and to hying Axles ofa'.l kind of Vehicle*. The months after date, to the H-n. Probate Court of Administrator's Notice.

: that during 3Ir. HuchatiBn's stay iu London letter, written from London since hi* ahwuce, hnp is (Miivetii* lit to the Livery Stable nf P. B. him Hamilton County to l be dismissed from the administration \TOTICE w hereby gif en.Out Un undmjg *lX .

eui1 great quetiiolis of A vexatious and by Jnmes Uuehatjan, in the unsn {rftingconfidenro Wanted Wanted kaw. mid epe<;ul Attention (fireti to Imree shoeim;.- of the Estate Janus S. Ro laU of Hamilton > at the expiration of six mootbt file bb rauc.lP
+ purclinie 60 likely NEGRO MEtf. from 18 l o Fnrminc implooicut* 6f every description dona to or- County, deceased. and a ply for a final discharge from the
; cngnj1icn1eJ rbaracter IIM-e dUturbod the in. of his b
I tercourw between. tho two countre!. How. and laid before the Ameiiritn people) h will be paid. Apply? B. 8. KNUJIIT IL 1) FITTS.Jen. ELIZABETH CHKSBIRE. Adint'x.Teh. PATRICK SMira AintVl '

:j rsFr Imporfttt to both the cultivation: of con- there would not Le found one line no, rot March 22, 1S5& 12 12. IfiST. Jlr 9,. 1838. -t May3, IS

\ ,


.
.
-