The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: July 5, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY JAMES S. JONES.- TALLAHASSEE, FLA., JULY. 5, 1856 VOL vni".im 21. .

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Floridian & Journal EDWARD M. WEST. I J
The i BY AUTHORITY: I or agents, to be appointed by the governor of "HenrvlVoffrancesenthia physicianto Constitution and a Union t? preserve

Is published! every SATURDAY by ;; Attorney and Counsellor at Law, I said State to select, subject to the approval question him, whenmention was madeof A conviction of( these truths has induced

JAMES: S. JOXE:::?, FluiTOK & PROPRIETOR, TALLAHASSEE 1 LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. of the Secretary of the Interior, from the n pardon; the man replied that it was not many of the rJurest, the ablest and most independent
FLORIDA. lands of the United States nearest to the tiers worth the asking. The uniformity of the I of our fdrrher who IJan'

At. TIIUEE DOLLASS-per anuuui, in advance i iTEI111S : -Aprils- >,_185G..---.---.. 14" I: PubLic-21. Ii of sections above specified so much land, in descriptions render it useless to multiply the I differed from us:in times opponents gone by upon om

OF ADVERTISING. J I i NE w :QccxL :.S.j [ ] i alternate sections, or parts of sections, as instances ; they fill pages in every book of and extinct party issues, to cdrric into orir
AN AfT to incorporate St. Thomas Litera. I shall be equal to such 1and'as the United mftdical jusisprudenct All agree that the ranks and devote themselves with to thft
One square: of 12 lines, or le"e. first insertion, H 00 j j JUST RECEIVED Society, in the District of Colutnbi.i. uneasiness I ns 4
ry States have sold is that
quite -
or a pleas-
each subsequent 50 t History of England, Vol. 344, i appropriated, momentary cause of the Constitution: and the Union.-
PrufesM-jnal anJ Business Cards inserted at ?10 per J']| Irving's Life of Washington, lie it enacted by the Senate and House of or to which the rights of pre emption have attached urable feeling immeliately succeedsthatcolors Under these circumstances, I most cheerfully'

annum. j! Calhoun's Complete Works. Representatives of the United States of A- as aforesaid, which lands (thus selected of various hues start up before the''I pledge myself, should the nomination of tho

Advert'sements not marked with the number of :j Aloue Bancroft's-The t fc Ilildrelh'a Hidden Path.United States, mcrica in Congress assembled, That Nicholas in lieu of those sold and to which\ pre sight-and that having been gazed on for a Convention be ratified by the people, and that

insertions will be continued until forbid, and charged i.I McDOUGALL fc HOBBY. 'D. Young George J. A. Wilson and Sid. omption rights have attached as aforesaid, together trival space, the rest is oblivion. The mind, all the power and influence, constitutionally

accordingly.gTCertificates of publication of Iftnxl or estate April 12. 1856... 15:) I ney A. Clarkson, and their successors, be, with the sections and parts of sections averted from the reality of the situation, is possessed by the Executive: shall be exerted,

notice will not be given uutil the advertising fee is I J Jpaid. Just- Received and they are hereby, made a body politic and designated by odd numbers, as aforesaid, and engaged in scenes the most remote from that in a firm but cbnciliatory spirit, during the

: corporate, forever, by the name of St. Thom I appropiiated as aforesaid J shall be held by which fills the eye"of the spectator-the vile single term I shall remain in office, to restore

I 100 SACRED. HARPS.McDOUQALL; A HOBBY. as' Literary Society for purposes of charity the State of Alabama, for the use and purpose rabble, the hideous gallows, and the struggling the same harmony among the sister

TALLAHASSEE i; April 12, 185G. 15 and education, and by that name may sue aforesaid : Provided, That the land to from the swings in the wind. States, which prevailed before this apple of ,
and be sued and defend have be so located! shall in be further than
---- ----- i prosecute may no case discord, in the form slavery agitation, bail
ThffALMABEIffYYRev. ; i: FLOYD & HOLLAND, i I and use a common seal and the same alter fifteen miles from tho lines of said! roads and WHKATLAXD near Lancaster been cast into their midst. Let the members 4

I Attorneys at Law. and renew at pleasure, may adopt and estab. selected for and on account of each of said June 16, 1856. 5 of the family abstain from intenneddling with

0-- I lish rules, regulations! and by-laws not repugnant roads : Provided further, That the lands GENTLEMEN have the honor to acknowledge the exclusive domestic of each I *
concerns other
IT. \r. Cbilders, .\. M., Principal, i;!: T TILL and practice West Florida in the, and Circuit in the Courts Supreme of Middle Court I to the constitution and laws of the hereby granted for and on account of said the receipt of your.communication and cordially unite, on the basis of perfect

Mrs. II. II. Brown, Teacher of Jlusic.0 .!i of the State. Also in the District Court of the Uui J' United States for properly conducting the roads, severally, shall be exclusively appliedin of the 13th intit., informing me officiallyof equality among themselves, in promoting the if

t ted States in the Northern District of Florida. I affairs of said corporation ; may take, receive the construction of that road for and on my nomination by the Democratic National great national objects of common interest to

I:j i R.J. FLOYD. Office Apalachicola, Fla. purchase, and hold estate, real, personal, and account of which such lands are hereby Convention recently held at Cincinnati, all, and the good work will be
t-g- REFER to Hon. M. A. Long Pres't. Bo.ird of :;:i D. P. HOLLAND, Office Quincy, Flit f i mixed, not exceeding in value the" sum of five granted, and! shall be disposed of only as the as the: Democratic candidate for the office of instantly accomplished dii
Trustees, D. C. Wi1 on. E"q., Gen. II. A. Shine. Dr. :] Dec. 22, 1855. 51) ;
Miles Nash; lIon T. W. Brevard, GOT.J. E. Broome. ;j jr I .. -- I hundred thousand dollars at any one time, work progresses, and the same shall be applied President of the United States. I shall not In regard to our foreign policy, to which :

=l jT The exerri:: of the Academy will commence .|:i i DR. MILES II. NASH ;: and may'manage and dispose of the same at to no other purpose whatsoever : And attempt to express the grateful feelings whichI you have referred in your <<::pmmunicationitis ;

on iloudav: the 7th insL :\1 I OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL: SERVICES TO THE CITIZENS OFTALLAIIASEF. pleasure, and apply the same, or the proceeds provided furihrr, That any and all lands entertain towards my Democratic fellow quite impossible for human foreknowledge
any (
April Si;: 1S5:
DR. N. G. McDONALD ;j iI i --- -- .. tho said corporation. according to the any act of Congress, or in any other manner -the highest political honor on earth-an regulate the conduct of a future adminis- -

I: Dr. M. Xa Nashimmediatelv castof the rules and regulations which now are or may by competent authority, for the purpose of honor such as the people of no other country, tration in all the exigencies which arise ttti

: MOXTICEI.LO, FLA. ;;I OFFICErilh hereafter be established ; and the said corpo- aiding in any object of intern 11! improvementor have the power to bestow. Deeply sensibleof in our various and ever changing may relations jf';

TILL attend with sidaous care all cases! en- I May 19 185:>. 20 rators shall and from time to time: as for any other whatsoever, be, and the vast and varied responsibility attached i f
f T trusted to him. __ ____ u__ __..__ _____.____,__ I may the purpose the station with foreign powers. The Fedepl Government iif
( : the necessities of the said corporation shall or same are hereby, reserved to the United to especially at the present crisisin of Ji
!! must exercise sourid dis
Office adjoining that of Col. nll o1"th. T. J. M. 11C1IARDON. FLETCIIEIiCI1ITAKER a JJ
r j may require, increase their number, but so as States from the operation of this act, exceptso onr affairs, I have carefully refrained from cretion in
dealing with international .
March 22, 1S5G.( 12-ly
.- -- -.. -. --- j I RICIIARDSOX & AVI1ITAKEK, not to exceed, at any time, tea persons, to be I far as it may be found necessary to locate seeking the nomination either by word or by I as they may occur ; but this under questions the i ':.p.r

WILLIAM I PSLUSSER7OF !I! Receiving and ForwardingMer- ,I' corporators in the same. I the routes of said railroads through such reserved deed. Now that it has been offered b) the strict responsibility which the Executive

j! chants, I Sue. 2 And be it further enacted, That lands, in which case the right of way Democratic party I accept it with diffidencein must always feel! to the people of the United i.

Ta11nh.asaee, E'lzi.MANLTFACTUEIR i i NEW PORT FLA.August4tli i the said corporation shall have and enjoy the only shall be granted, subject to the appro. my own abilities, but with an humble trust, States and the judgment of( posterity. You 1 1 p :

\ CoPPEIl.TlN AND ShEET 'I 1&55. -SI power and faculty to confer and confirm upon val of the President of the United States. that in the event of my election, I may be will therefore

IROX WAKE. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL j ______ ___ __ ____ __ __u_ _._._ such pupils in the institution, or others, SKC. 2. And be it further enacted, That enabled to discharge my duty in such a man- particulars; whilst excuse I me heartily for not entering with into I'

DEALER IN PLAIN, F.o\:' CY AM JAPANNED j DR.R.T.GARDNER, who, by their proficiency in learning or oth. the sections and parts of sections of land ner as to allay domestic strife, preserve peace you in the general sentiment, that copcur our foreign

WARE. !j I i OFFERS his professional services to the citizens er meritorious distinctions, they shall think which, by such grant, shall remain to the U- and friendship with foreign nations and pro affairs ought to be conducted with such wisdom i I r.

Stove RcadQuai1crSPLENDID ? i! \ and surrounding country. Office I entitled to them, such degrees in the liberal nited States, within six miles on each sid 1 j!': removed to the residence of Mr. John It. Crump. f-it- arts and sciences as are usually granted in said roads, sha'l not be sold for less that double accepting the nomination: I need scarcely assure prosperityof
\ assortment of Cooling. Parlor nation formerly occupied by the late Dn Jacob Eliot. the people at home, whilst the interestsand
f'c .:1 and Wood StA'etrimmarl with neatness! I' February 16, 1856 7 colleges. the minimum price of the public lands ) say that I accept in the same spirit, the honor of our country are but Inflexibly

:_ and durability at reduced prices. i j SIC. 3. And be it further enacted, That when sold, nor shall any of said lands be resolutions constituting the platform of principles maintained abroad. Our wisely 1

Out DOI' "Yoiii.flofing. !i; A. PERRY AMAKER, t nothing in this act shall be so construed as come subject to private entry until the same erected by the convention. To this ought ever to bo based the foreign policy 'l

Ornamental Front Heads, Gutterin:;. Copper J j to authorize tho said corporation to issue have been first offered! at public sale at the platform-1 intend to confine myself throughout all upon principleof j
doing justice to .nations and
Ii TTtljr ID1ml ,
A 'J
Dud oTin Con.lnciing Pipes, Sheet Lead. Sheet j I any note, token, device, scrip, or other evidence increased p:icc. tho canvass believing that I have no right, from them in *"
Zinc, Lead l'..tcnt Cistern-Piimps. Shop "oik SEC. the candidate of the justice return ; and from this M''
Pipes TALLAHASSEE, FLA. of debt and to bo used as a currency. 3. And be. further enacted, That as Democratic party, I shall > *.'
of every variety: done at slu-it otic('. ; : 21, ISM. 20MILES principle never depart. f
May the said lands hereby granted to the said by answering interrogatories to present new
Cily lnd Country !lcrclmifs j ---. -- -- --- ------- I the and different issues Should 1 be placed in the Executive Chair,
State shall be of the before
:.Sue.:: 4. And be.! further enacted, Th.it subject to disposal the people. i iI I shall
Are re'p<'ctfully invited to give me a call befoie purchasing .NASH' & CO. I each'of the corporations in said corporation | legislature thereof, for the purposes aforesaid, I It will not be expected that in this} answer, and use my best exertions to cultivate JH
elocwh re. ![ I and other and the said railroads shall be I I should specially refer to'the of each peace friendship with all nations,believ- j
tf- N. 15. All articles; mal ufLctued: from the very : I shall be held liable, in his individual capicity: j no ; : : subject ing this to be our highesj .
best material an.l warranted durable. No oth<'r arti DEALERS I'i j I for all the debts and liabilities of the said j and remain public highways for the use of I of die resolutions; and I shall therefore con policy as well] as

cle will be offered for tale j DRUGS, 4 FILMS I j corporation, however contracted or incurred, ,j i the government of the United States, free :, fine myself to the t to topics now most prom our time most I shall imperative: duty; but at the same
that in
Otulr20ISij. 42 I other the inently before the never forget case the ne-
from toil
!j ; to be recovered by suit, as. other debts or or charge.upon transportation people.
--Co-Partnsrship--- -- -- Notice.------ MEDICINES Jf O.ILSfrc J; liabilities! before any court of competent jnr. i of any property or troops of the United And in the first plac*, I cordially concur cessity should national arise, which I .do not apprehend I
our rights and national honor
isJiction. ,j jSKC. I States.Sr.n. iu t h& sentiments expressed by the convention -
E uw]<,r..i igiied have'Jiis: day entered into a ('(- "\ ITOULD infirm their friends and the that :l the I must be preserved at all hazards and at any
rJM. public i 5. And be il further! marled, ThatCongress '1. ..:1TlI be further enacted, That on subject of civil and religious lib :
*. put.ller'Lip: in theWHOLESALE [ T they have on hand] n good assortment of such I sacrifice.
at time hereafter alter I the lauds hereby granted to said State shall erty. No party founded on religious or -
may any a- political
& RETAIL articles ns are (renerally kept in.their line of business!!, i Firmly convinced that a special Providence '
IDR. nnd will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their mend, or repeal flie foregoing act.Approved I be dispose.l of by said State only in manner intolerance towards one class of Ame- I the affairs of nations let
: .IDiFLTJG33TJSI3KTDEJSSf, terms! shall be rl'\! onablf'. June Jo1 1. l1i5! following, that is to say That a quantity of rican citizens whether born in our own or in governs hh as bqmblj

under the mine and st\le. of' Tallahassee! April 9th.1S53- 14. I[; i land, not exceeding one hundred and twenty a foreign land, cnn long continue to exist in implore continued blessing upon our
i and that .
--- -- ------ ---- country avert from us the
AMES&LRIELY.T1IEY i [Public '.!2.] sections for each of said roads, and included this country. We are all equal before God may
| P. 3. Bit 0 KA 'V'S. and the Constitution and the dark of I punishment we justly deserve for( being discontented
-. I : AN ACT to transfer certain rights and du- 'I within a continuous length tw nty miles I ; spirit I and ungrateful whilst
LIVERY[ AND SALE the of each of said roads, m.uy be sold ; and when I despotism and bigotry which wouldcreate enjoying
of the
.. ties conferred trustees :,
STABLESj tQwn above
will be pka1 to ?e! th ir friends I; upon odious distinctions I privileges all natio'ns, under such a
I the of said State shall certify to the among our fellow citizens,
.- and patrons at the cold stanJof 1). II Ames, ; Vincennes, Indiana, to the common [ governor I I Constitution and such a Union has
rebuked free and
the Interior that
of speedily by a enlightened -
where they will }keep a full and general _.- : council of the city of Vincennes. I,i: any twenty I been vouchsafed to other people. '
_ ortuentof Articles appertaining to their continuous miles of any of said roads is public opinion.
ine of ousiuas: : s. I). II. AMES 1 r JL"HE Proprietor his friends votild and the inform : Be il cuaclcd by the Senate: and House ofRiprcsenalires : pleted, then another quantity of l.md com-I The agitation on the question of domestic Yours, very respectful! ; f
the Unitid Stales '
M. LIVELY. of! f.Amrr-: granted, not to exceed one hundred slavery has too long distracted and dividedthe JAMES BUCHANAN.Hon. .
public, that he has rebuilt his_ _ .
1 I II i !
January 1, 1SSG.: ( 1 large Brick Stables, at the old !>stand: and! is now I ica in Congress conferred axsc/nhled,the That all t the rights I[I twenty sections for each of said roads having I j people of this Union and alienated their John E. %Ward, W. A. Ricfiardson, Harry ,?g
--- --- ------- to accommodate his friends! and customers. and duties upon trustees of the I Ii II affections from each other. This
prepared : twenty continuous miles completed as afore- | agitation Hibbard '
V. B.
Notice. Lawrence A. G. Brown
j of Vincennes in the State of Indiana fii
has attached his Stables town (
I IC n.so to a good Blacksmith said, and included within a continuous Ungth has assumed many forms since its commencement John -
!I\ .riths after date the under-5.jned,administrator Shop \rhcre he will have have done all kinds of ,j under the act entitled An act to adjust the I j Manning, John Forsyth, \V. Pre.-
i---- on the estate of Violet I larri* deceased late t Plantation work, Horse thoein?, and Carriage work in !', claims to lots in the town of Vincennes, and .. of twenty miles of each of such roads, maybe but it now seems to be directed chieflyto ton, J. Randolph Tucker, and Horatio Sey-
. (,f Leon C.'anty, will present h'n final accounts and ; the Very l best manner and with promptness and dispatch. sold ; and so, from time to time, until said I the territories; and judging from its present mour, Committee, &c.
vouchers t-) the -In 1e of Probate for said County and for the sale of the land appropriated as a I II roads are completed ; and if'any of said character I think we may safely' anticipate .

auk tabe( cli- years
: Deceiuber9.! 1S53.; : 52-Cm:! : ---- ----- _. _. !: saiil town," approved the twentieth day of further sale shall be made, and the lands unsold The recent legislation Congress respecting Archbishop: Hughes on Slavery ifftators. -' J

MEDICAL NOTICE. I: Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, :j-April, eighteen hundred and eighteen, be, and : shall revert to the United States. domestic slaery, derived as it has been from : .

_)- i For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. I J the same are hl'rc1Jtransferred to and vested I SEC. 5. And be it further enacted, That I the o'riginal and pure fountain of legitimate I The New York TrIbune, fotnterly an Arrti
council of the of
DRS. GAMBLE &- BETTOX .1 HE Subscriber has just received a | in the common city the United States mail shall be transported political pjower the will of the majority, Know
I PER their Profes-ional Service! to the Pub. .. very large supply of Carriages,. j I Vincennes, in said State. I over said roads, under tho direction of the I promises ere long to allay the dangerous ex Nothing sheet but which now seea
Or) Buggies, and Harness, which he uffers I June 2 1850.( I I citement. The I that there is really no essential difference
: tr Office opposite the Store of Messrs. : for ale on the most reasonable term Approved Post Office Department, at such price as Congress legislation is founded upon i 4,
llodgkis,Scottxtle.. \ November 18, 1854 4G I may, by law, direct: Provided, That principles, as ancient as free government itself I as to the principles on'which Presidential

Jauuary 5, 1856. 1 i. -" -- -- I [PulJlic.J] until such price is fixed by law, the Postmaster and in accordance with them, has simply canvass is to be conducted"/ between the

RICHARD--T. BIECUETT.- CHARLES w. UOWN'IXO A. FISHER j AN ACT for the benefit of the Hebrew congregation General shall have the power to determinethe declared that the people of a. Territory, f Know Nothings and the Black f .i
.. Republicans
'. / ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. j in the city of Washington. I same. like those of a State, shall decide for themselves "

, BIRCHETT & DOWNING : TALLAHASSEE: : I-I.A., j Be it enacted by the Senate awl House ofj I SEC. 0. And be it furiJier enacted, Thata whether slavery shall or shall not exist I signalized its conversion to bogus
ATTORXETS AT LAW &: AGENTS FOR CLAMS "1 TILL practice in the Courts of the Middle District Representatives of the United Stales of Amcr- i grant of land shall be made to said State, within their limits. I Americanism by an attack a day or two

AO. 499, Seventh<< reef, :; \Y and in Thotiias: County, Ga. j I I53g" : ica ill Congress assembled That all tho right to aid in the construction of the following The Nebraska Kansas Act does no more since on Archbishop Hughes ; that clergy

WASHINGTON CITY. j i Office in the Capitol 2d btory, immediately i privileges, and immunities heretofore granted roads in said State, to wit : the Memphis and than give the force of law to this elementary man having wisely declined to "lend the influence I
the of the Clerk of the Court. '!
room Supreme
WILL prapticef'r6 the Court of Claims, nnd j over July 21 J, 1855. 29-1y by law t *the Christian churches in the city Charleston railroad, extending from Memphison principle self-government ; declaring it to of his position on behalf of the mad
claims before Congress; and the sevcral -- -.--- --. --" -- -- i' of Washington, be, and the same arc hereby, the Mississippi river, in Tennessee, to Ste. be the true intent and meaning of this act and

Departments. j!i E B AB'NA RD Jr.,7 i extended to the Hebrew congregation of said venson, on the Nashville and Chattenooga not to legislate slavery into any territory or fanatical ahti-slavery agitation of the
28, 1855. CO 2i J,
July.- .:.... ------------ ----- j I city and that the third section of the act railroad, in Alabama ;, the Girar.l and Mobile State, nor to exclude it therefrom ; but to day. It seems that some friend of the Arch. i
approved '
R. BERRY 1 WILL COTIM'E THE I the seventeenth of June, eighteen hun. railroad, from Girard to Mobile, Alabama ; leave the people thereof perfectly free to form bishop replies to-this attack. The TribunS ::

Commission, ; DRUG & MEDICINE I I BU.SINESS I I dred and forty four entitled, An act con and Northeast and Southwestern railroad, and regulate their domestic institutions in says the reply is from his own pen, and in i i"k l '
; Auctioneer and from Gadsden to th0 Alabama their own subject only to the Constitution It'
W AT TilE OLD STAND SIGN I cerning conveyances or devises of places of near some point on way this reply the following
I language of
MERCHANT. the District of Columbia and Mississippi State line, in the di- of the United States. This principle lI1
public worshiryn liberal Christian .J
*; rection to the Mobile and Ohio railroad with will surely not be controverted individual a churchman and of,a minister -
by -* 1
TALLAHASSEE, Fla, SpL' 29, 1S55.t S9Wholesale shall be so construed as to allow tho members any
OF Till MORTAR, I of the Hebrew congregation from timeto a view to connect with said Mobile and Ohio of any party professing devotion to occurs : 'j [.
vv B. lWJLLS:: : .m railroad the Coosa and Alabama rail. popular Besides how vain and
t i time of elect their ; government. He the .
r by a vote two-tlyrds, to ( Archbishop) is not professed i.i.I
: !
and Retail Druggist, Corner of Clinton nnd'Monroe streets Tallahassee. own trustees: and the same, by a like vote, road, from Selma to Gadsden ; the Central illusory would any other principle prove in friend to slavery, nor a professed q.
January 19, 1856. 8 I which said railroad from Montgomery to some point on practice in regard to the territories This is The enemy.- ;
NEWPOKT, FLORIDA. to displace at pleasure ; trustees perplexing question has been .taken
I the Alabama and Tennessee State line in the apparent from the fact admitted all that up
from Physicians and Planters put up JOHN W. EVANS, shall, during their continuance in office have by pro and con by those to whom it professionally .It" if .
ORDERS direction to Nashville Tennessee and that aftpr a territory shall have entered the Union :
greatest care. I ATTORNEY ,AT LAW, the same title in and power over any lot or and become belongs, and it might not be too muchto I: ?
alternate sections of the lands to the a State Constitutional
2, 1856. 5i76Sc" power
February tract of land as if held by them under the act suggest that the political agitator irfcx
would then exist which ji *
-- '- same extent and in tho same manner, and could prevent it from
& GALBBAITIf I. give prompt attention to all business en, I aforesaid for a Christian/ cl-urch, or as if they cither trade upon thu question do more injury to the 1 E
WILL the limitations and restrictions in abolishing or establishing
to bis care, in the Counties of Thomas, I were appointed under said act trustees of any upon same slavery as cause both on one side and on the other tj
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.MA. Decatur Baker, :Dmigberty Calhoun, Early and Clay. Christian church : Provided, That any and every respect, shall be, and is hereby madeto the case may be, according to its sovereignwill than if they were fewer in number and un -' ti

LONG 4 J. B. OALBRAITH have aseoci- February 17, 185ri. 7. tf all legal and equitable rights, demands, or liabilities aid in the construction of the roads in said and pleasurer. derstood mote thoroughly the difficulties frri-

( themselves in the practice of Law. They Just Received. of the said Hebrew congregation, Stato mentioned in this act:Provided, Most happy would it bo (or the country if plied in the projects of its settlement and tM j "..;.
will attend the Courts in the Middle Circuit the Supreme I assumed said trustees That tho lands hereby granted to said Stato this long agitation were at an end. During dangers to tehich it* violent
acquired or by or through agitation
Court and the District EMONS, Guava nnd Currant fellies!, Prunes expose
Courts of the. United L for the of constru ting a railroad its whole progress it has produced no
Stntes at Talbxhassee. Pears, Sardines Pickled Oysters, Brandy Peaches shall be limited to the trust property of purpose practical this great and united country.If .. '
the to human ;
the southwertern
from northeast to good whilst it has
Office opjweite the Court Ilwise. Preserved Lemons Oranges,Pine Apples and Ginger said congregation held by said trustees. portion any being these be the words and
t MarmalaSti. of said State Northwest of been source of and evils. opinions of j 1
October 28. 1864. 1? Green Gage / Lemon fayrap, Raspberry -. lying Elyton great dangerous frt
_- I do., Strawberry do..Pine Apple do., and Gingerdo. Approved June 2, 1850. shall bo assigned to such road as may be designated has alienated*and estranged one portion of gentleman who stands at the head of th* f

S. S. ;KNIGHT ; .. Raspberry Vinegar, Fresh Salmon,Lobster, Haddock by the legislature of said Sthtc. the Union from the other and has even seriously Catholic Church in the United States as
Hallibut and Shad Assorted Pickles, Scotch [Public 24.] 1. )
June 3 1850. threatened its existence. To
Approved very my Tribune assumes that
Ale and Porter. :
AN ACT lands in alternate .
Havana Cigars. granting public personal knowledge, it has produced the impression to
30,000 only that
TALLAIIAVSKE, FLOBIDA. sections to the State of Alabama to aid in say they are worthy of him of
AMES 4 LIVELY. DEATH FROM HANGING.; -Hanging, although among foreign nations that our great "
September 1865,. 05 January 5.>, 1856. 1 the construction of certain railroads in said undoubtedly an awkward position, is and glorious confederacy is in constant dan- his office, his calling) and his patriotic lore of .J.:

WILLIAM SCOTT, -- --- -urn INSURANCE. State. nevertheless the easiest mode of taking life. ger of dissolution. This does us serious injury country. And wo are the more desirous t.to I, "

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of A writer in one of the English quarterlies because acknowledged power and sta. call attention to this language sine the Protettani *

ATTY< > AT LAW, THE NEW-YORlfUFE< INSURANCE. Representative of the United States of Amer. proves it to be quite a pleasant operation.He .- bility always command respect among nations pulpit has; been so 'often desicniad{ J

J21yoigs3.MOXTICELLO FLA. ACCUMULATED CAPITAL... .. .f 1,000,000. ica in Congress assembled, That there be, says : "An Acquaintance of Lord Bacon -and are among the beat securities a- of late by the and .
30 1 1 teachings oftreuon
jan Company: issues policies on the lives of and is hereby granted to the State of Ala. who meant to bang himself only partially, gainst aggression and in favor of the main- ue .

WILLIAM! S. DILWORTH, THIS persons for one or more years, or for the bama, for the purpose of aiding in the con- lost his footing, and was cut down at the tainance of honorable peace. dijon, by appeal to violence aa4 J inetiamthfe.... : :-

whole period oC life, ON THE MUTUAL SYSTEM. tsruction of railroads; from the Tennessee last extremity, having nearly paid for his curiosity May we not hope that it .is the mission of to bloodshed, by Sharpe's rifle Mrmaat.n'and 3"
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, for Dividends life.PLIKT declared to.the insured on policie river, at, or near Canter's landing, to Gads- with his life. He declared ho felt no the Democratic party, now the only surviving inflammatory harangue .on tW-caning 'of" }

MONTICELLO, FLORIDA. FREEVAH Actuary.-Moaam FaAMUir Prea't den on the Coosa river; from Gadsden to pain, and his only sensation Mas of fire before conservaUre party of the country, ere long ,Sumner. Is it not possible that: Know
.J. connect with the Georgia and Tennessee his eyes, which changed first to black to overthrow all sectional parties and restore .par j.
received in Tallahassee by Nothing friends hare made titttt'o&afcrtIs
WILL practice in the CourU of the Middle Cir- rr: Applications 19, 1856. D. C. LEWIS. line of railroads, through Chattooga, Wills and then to sky-blue. These colors are evena the peace,,friendship and mutual confidence a ;" f.,
aodTho.TiaH: and Lowodet County Ga. January and Lookout valleys ; and from "Elyton:to source of pleasure. A Captain Montag- wfiicb:prevailed! in the good old time, among not the Protestant pulpit nt&r'ifcsa, th.

March 22. 1856. 12-ly AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE. CO. the Tennessee river at, or near Beard's bluff naG, who was hanged in Francafrdoring the the different members of the confederacy.Its .- '.patholio from which we haw to tfe 'i j 1T"

CUss, Oils, White Lead, &c:. CAFTTAt,.. .. .. ........ .. .1500,000. Alabama every alternate section of land designated religious wars, and rescued from the gibbetat characteris strictly national, and it there to the Repdblie t .

'> BOXES Window Glut, assorted 100 undersigned. Agent of the above Company. by odd numbers, for six sections in the intercession of -Visooant Turenne, fore asserts no principle for the guidance of M .
...00 Keeps White Lead, pare extra d- No.1. THE receive applications for and make insurance width on eabh side of hid roads. Bat incase complained that,.taxing lost all pain in an the Federal Government which is not adopted A 'correspondent 'oftfia-- NashVille*
R; barrels Linseed Oil against loss by Fire on Brick and Frame Buildings, it shall appear that the United States instant, he had been taken from a light of and sustained by its members in each and 'if n

5 c. Lard Oil Furniture,Merchandize,Ac. have when the lines or roates of said ,roads which the charm defied description. Anoth. every State. For this reason it is everywhere writes Com Tw.that :,U* deiramaj. w111 t. -

6'J! Xegs Zinc PAint, January 19, 1856. 8 B. C. LEWIS. are definitely fixed Bold any sections or any er criminal, who escaped by; the breaking of ,the same determined foe of all geographical carry that State in the next: p1d n'tUl'iltion .

23 2 barrels pa-Jkajcs. Train Fire-procf Oil,t bbLOopal P.iint(bb!VaraUb.. and $ Ooli.) -. Lime For-Sale. parts thereof, granted as aforesaid. that the cord, said that, after a econd of suffering parties so much and so justly dreaded by the by 20,000. Her enfire.ToUrX g sn, .

SlHrlts Turpentine in barrels: arjat retail DBLS. of LIME for 51110 the right of pre-emption'has attached 'to the a fire appeared,'and 'across it .the most Father of his Country. From its very nature ally, about 60,000. Thif would>if- tk -
AMES; i LIVELY. by 8.5. Kl"IGUl'. same, thou it shalt be lawful for any agent, beautiful avenue of trees. It must continue to exist so long as there know nothings vote* *
January: 5;, .''.;. April 12th, 1656. eeily V
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; Fourth in TallahasseeWas No. HI. and ;consistent I Democratic Netting In' Waknlla. i Political.

& |onritalTALLAHASSEE celebrated with commendable spirit 4. Fillmore and Slavery. letters, totally I Pursuant to a call of the,Democratic Party t American affairs aro creating mad i uit

w._- '-s___. .'""" -,,; r- under the direction of the.' Florida Riflemen" We have thus far: given a. hasty outline of tion, as a blind ( of Wakulla, a large and enthusiastic meeting rent General and inclination great diversity i is to of opinir 'flie

:: whose prompitude under the command of Mr. Fillmore's opinions and votes.upon the Presidency looms of tho party, was held at New Port, on Saturday j The merchants of :Manchester penco. arc i !

Lieut Galbraith, was a matter of general slavery question, from the time he entered" effusions are June 21st, to ratify the nominations;I Peace Circulars.: -il' *

gratification. The Declaration of Indepen- political l life up to the period of l his nomina- 'by-his former of the Madison and Cincinnati Conventions I, The London Times" is very oflensive in i it:

i _Saturday, July 51856. dence. was most appropriate read by Theo tion for the Vice l>resid le.J' This record he forgot the I Ou motion P. K. .\ILLII was requested I remarks uponJtb3 country.It .

dore Brevard jr. Of the address by W m. E. has been fearfully consistent; and can certainly : the ten years ] toad as chairman, and T. J. :M.\ RICHARDSON dcm nd. of Mr. Dallas.P.ilmeiston .-
DEMOCRATIC TICKET. I and ('Inrenijon stated that tL(
j Danelly}] Esq., we can speak in terms of the receive no approving voice from on&J startled at such a as sel"retar'J110- chairman int: few :: ministry I 11:1,1 not determined whether Lj

FOR PRESIDENT, I highest praise.! As a literary production it i iI pretending to be Southern in his feelings. \i His Southern ( pertinent i marks: stated the .object j.fthemeeting. : should -IJe dismissed or not. .

JAMES BUCHANAN I was remarkably: chaste, and delivered in a : His friends however, endeavour to break I to Our support for !:I i Lord John 1lfscl stated that lie would

f manner truly acceptable to his audience. We i ii the force of this abundant evidence by two } O,-,\\"hilst his :No : Mr. Jno. R. Hot? moved committee of ;! on !Imjday, move :d-msntl! : for the dennit

OF PKXXSYLVANIA.FOR should be pleased to see it published. The letters written by Mr. Fillmore whilst a candidate to the) favor of three be appointed to draft resolutions, which r dtU-rinination of tie Cabinet on the sut.j.ctI
i adopted, the chair: appointed the fallowing I He said the condition of the country requiredthat
VICE PRESIDENT Ilillemen" with a number of united guests -one to :Mr. Brooks of New York, the this act he merely I their determination
i :
I i gentlemen : SI U be declar-
J. C. BRECKENEIDGE, I' partook of a sumptuous dinner in the afternoon other to Mn Gayle of Alabama.: Upon an I his party-< :Messrs.\ Jno. R. ;Miot, P. L. Harrington: and : cd. '

OF KENTUCKY.FOR \ prepared at the City Hotel, which examination of these letters we shall see however being elected : I Judge I Henderson.I I! Palmer: has Leon, hung. He made! no ".II.

f j j t passed off very pleasantly, aswenrcinfomled.I that they are not such as to inspire con been recreant to !I During the absence of the committee: Col. ,i t feion?.

I GOVEKXOK, I! Circumstances prevented us from attending: fidence from men who desire a President !in his executive : Hugh Archer being loudly called for responded 'I i! -
I |, ; his remarks were to the point, and YELLOW lEVER ix: Ihn:'
j I :MADISON S. PERRY, tb3 dinner, wliich we regretted. sound upon the paramount issues of the days Fillmore stated! : he earnestly: entreated the Democracy! to rally ,I NEW ORf.n June 27.-The

OF ALACHLA COV3TTY. I' But to the law and the evidence. he was opposed and crush with one mighty blow, the fanatical =% stl'flPfRmpirr
) City has arrived. She
Madison Democracy.The ; th
would'ask noport
FOE COXCKESS. I, Democratic- party of- Madison- -- assembled : ALBANY, Sept 13, 1843. And ciples we, trAy did he l : parties, that are seeking to destroythe prevalence of the Yellow l Fever badly at J Havana
countty. ,
GEORGE S. HAWKINS, j at the Court House, on Saturday last, Esq., ..'/ n' e's The committee through their chairman: : Several arrests has been made of
Dear Sir1 returned this from persons,
or JACKsON COVXTY.FOR I and ratified the nominations of Buchanan and morning a short time reported the following which were unani. for sending trmiftanccs( to Goicouria; in Nic
the West, and have yours of the 10th, in His whole record, 1 mously adopted : .
Hawkins addressed
Breckenridge. Judge
: ELECTORS, j which that it has been thatI the bill in believing ( aragua.OfK .
you say charged WHKRKAS the and prosperity of our --- -
I the meeting, and we are pleased to learn peace
: 31.: A. LONG, PHILLIP DELL hold it to be within the of Congress his Attorney ) i being endangered by anti-Repuh-}
power country I l'L.tTrnnt.-'fhe ..
that the is in fine spirits. The Know all to Chicago TrilJU'
party place
W. D. BARNES. I go i lican and fanatical organizations: throughout .
to with break the :
i interfere or off
Nothing Convention which had assembled transportation litionist. But it is (Black Republican) thus states the substance
the Uuion to overturn ,
threatening our
: removal, or disposal of persons held as i if elected, he. will : nf the Cincinnati *
FOIL THE SENATE, | previously and nominated candidates for the I government and -institutions, it behooves platform :
slatesfrom one slarc-ltolding Slate to another. i simplicity" of his :1 '
DE.T-B-LAMAB. Legislature, we understand, was not harmonious the Democratic party, the only true B uirt:N.t PL.\TIOlu.-On the slavery
I am not aware that; this queslion has ever j the present. That National on.this for :
to gird armor
1 -- i J and its proceedings are not satisfactory I, ized the Galphin : : : party question: the platform adopted for Buchanan .
been discussed in the approaching contest and: rally under
or was ever -
roc -rue noise or REPRESENTATIVES, with its presented I He is to bring : cornnri-ea these nointa
own party. j : :
i its banner: therefore he it i :
for the consideration of the
P- B. BEOKAW DB G. PABKHILL, Supreme !; of men, the Resolved That the Democratic of ,: 1st. Congress hi* no power to exclude sli-
I Hon. M. S. Perry. Court before 1841. In that the celebrated : that he has I .
C. CHAIRS, DB- LUCIEN DUV 4L. year dispute Wakulla County cheerfully of the '.-er.frem any lerritorj2nd. .
!j We arc informed, that it is quite probable case from Mississippi was: decided-and I mouth of the : : nominations made at the :Madison approve Convention The people of,a Territory have no

that will be in this city on the Mr. Justice McLean decided that and Galphin and i to prohibit slavery so long the Ter.
Floridian & Journal for the Campaign. gentleman: he consti. and: believe that: in having Madison S. power 33

\V propose to issue (ID tbe second Saturday in '! 8th inst., on his way to West Florida. We tutional power over this matter was vested eternal" decked to the : I Perry and George S. hawkins :.s our standard ritorial Government :t lasts.Hd. : .

Juno, iud continue until after the Presidential elettioii i hope the expectation may be realized. The ill the several Slates, and not in Congress." : which Know bearers, the success of tho Democratic Squatter Sovereignty i h : hamburg,
I I in the State of Florida, is inevitable. i and no longer a plank! ii: the Democratia .
the Campaign n 'liJiilu apd Journal, at the fol"loving Dcmocracv of the Middle:\ and West are impatient He goes on to state that he agreed with : :\ : party: creed.
Resolved, That we heartily and:
; : rates: !i to greet him in their midst with that the decision, &c. Notice for a moment this To tiseEditoroft/Le I endorse the nominations of James Buchanan 4th. State Equality" means the right of

Tu a tingle Su scri1.cr. H CO j sort of earnest reception, that: will make him letter. No reference is made to his Erie let I :\ ;\' l f fI of Pennsylvania, for President! and John slave holders to take their laves into the pubj } -
To a Club of 3, address:; same P. 0., '-' 00 home G. Breckinridge of Ken'tucky, for Vice President i j lie domain, h tirtuu of the slave laws of the
feel at though among strangers. ter of 38, published in a former number of j jI )
: To a Club of 5, 3 00 j I slave States.:
i i hn these articles in irhioh have noticed and pledge} to the party our earnest
.. he
.. eiprcssly un ( ;
5 i 00 : Htli. Tli.-.t i is national and
7i freedom
I confident that with those 51\'C:
: names
.. .. 10 .. 700 {Ilur. Buchanan's Letter of Acceptance. qllalfieclllexpressed{ the opinion that Congress : Florida Sentinel of ) : : support inscribed on our hairier! and the "Constitu' av.-cti-.mal.. : -

:, Tie money i ust icvariaUy accompany tic order Mr. Buchanan's letter accepting: the nomi- I mi POSSESS TillS POWER. Moreover he stated :I the hom'y.tin w h } I II tion and the I'nion": ( nr bat.'l-i cry, we "i Cth. Tint the people of a territory: can only

lu 1ijUte attention. nation for the Presidency will be found on 1 i that he is nut aware that this question remarks: of its :: know in such word ::' fail, and \ictory \i! exclude! slavery from among ihem after

;. the first page of this paper. Of the platform, i has ever been discussed in Congress." Wonderful ; Democratic certainly perch on our standard. they have j formed a Slate Constitution and

: The Testimony cf t. J. Bocelson against I and his duties during the canvass he takes: atatesmtn.like indeed Is his memory so treacherousas I; nominations.: } Rcsolr, That we endorse! the (1.t1or1 been 7th.admitted That Karsas into the Union.be
of thjI !
of the party: adopted at the late : ; rau-t kept out
.Millsrd Fillmore. i I : and pttriotic'iew.: lIe very to forget a resolution against which he so intensely warm : Convention, and offer the principles therein! -uion, on the pica of want population until .
Lit the! Democrats of Florida ring in the I declines to make voted in '38. and which cumulation of the Free State men are murdered or driven
properly any specific }pledges was DISCUSSED by :: contained to our fellow citizens, as the only
"" -.irs of their Know Nothing opponents the I 1 respecting! the details: of his administration :Mr.\ Atherton of N. II. Has he forgotten his count for his faithful exposition of the Constitution, aid: out aii-1! the slave hI",!ers firmly planted! under

lolloping! : grave accusation! preferred by :Mr.\ i j should he be elected. With the experience vote against Mr. Wife's resolution { Has he farming and the the beat measures,caltr'jhtcd to abolMi civil !: : the! protection of the' general! t \ .
i II
Draelsuti against :Mr.\ Fillmore, whilst: the former : discord from our"midst t, maintain: our nntion-: ment.
of of 1'fe he stations himself that ho voted for the editor will
j forty years public forgotten following resolution apply Sri,. That the
nun itt-nyinjj foregoing-
was editor of the Washington! : Union, i,:! upon; the Democratic platform, which is 1: of that abolitionist, Slade of Vermont ? to his fevered : al honor nations, and of retain the earth that, high which positionamotgthe has made u= doctrine! is a any tiiitor, and shout I'C dfnl witli.

:usd duriug: the presidential: } term of the latter. :: a sufficient guarantee: : that: he will discharge !, Resolved, That so much of the fifth resolution 'I' sent incumbranccs} 1 the envy and admiration of the world. accordingly.TLc .

The leaders of the Whig party of New York !!i properly the high duties that will devolve J JI : on: the subject of slavery, (Atherton's) I may be brought 1 Rewired, That in: administration of .--- --- --

fl'dilg: :anxictv; to elect their State: Franklin Pierce, we recognise the true principlrs Appointments! of President
great i)I upon him. passed by this House, as relates to the remo- I him, and stop I [ FrCe-S3i
tckct: and doubting: their strength to accomplish I of Democracy, that we ie\it\vtLe. Fillraore-Letter from Hon. Samuel
We commend the letter all readers mal slaves
: to our : of from Stale to State, &c., he, and: some of his : ;
the \\ished! for tt/ult: made overtures to j for its moderation and ability satisfied that it hereby is rescinded. ; course ho has pursued ns consonant with A. Sciitb.
1. : I rational: ; but sud our views, and deserving the approbation of
the Reward or abolition: J arty for a UMOU of I I will command die and confidence of The following Liter from lion. S. A Smith
: respect : What pufcitiou is he found in't Why,downright venes between him : all truly national men. .
forces ::rJ r. consequent: division: of offices. !: every patriotic and intelligent elector. : then he and After the adoption of the resolutions! to lion. II. M. Shaw should be uiJi-Iy circulated -
faliity of his word. He rages I
own states I
Mr. Fillmore:! who'was then in the President I Judge Henderson arose and addrcs-(:ll the and carefully rent!. The sU'tmontst

tial Chair, descended! from his lofty position: I' Mr. Buchanan and South !!Carolina something to be a fact which is disputed by untrammelled r rI meeting at some length and with much eloquence t nnde by Mr. Smith! in this letter have not
all of his votes and his former letters. Does nations: says : : : he concluded his remarks: by challenging :
and in the heated contest t, and i I been : !
1 participated Because
two or three little t.urrieiily or inconsiderately grouped
j crazy papersia not such a position smack of the demagogue, I sidered by the i ; : any of the opposition to meet him in '

r was a party in the! arrangf momentilhthe !I South Carolina have ludicrously'ignored and: the scheming palterer for votes ? But j we do not want I Ii discussion during the eamatgn.On together, but are the rtsuh c.irrful.patien

infamous :Seward.: It was for this extraordinary :Mr.:\ Buchanan, si.me; of the opposition! motion it was resolved that the meeting and im 'arti.il iivestigatioR. The. I dtr:3
press j : "With us ( !
his letter is confined slave says )
again to
; I
conduct that Mr.I Donelson denounced 1 I have lecome quite' elated! and predict that 1 fault has this 'i be opened t t-r; free disCUSiOII ; several of. written, not with :vhw of securis!; c.n\ unworthy
in the Slates word about the
-not a territories the leaders of the
ry opposition party were present
Mr. Fillmore in the following terms ; I I Carolina will cut herself loose from the DC personal or political ends, tat in order
.. I the very issue in dispute, for the rankest physic. One re : but none would answer to the repeatedca'ls
; The Presided, (YiMziore,}forgetful l of: his I mociatic rart)". What a m stake. A Charleston I I abolitionist does not conted that Congress that: the editor is J made for them, when Mr. W. G. Gardner that! the people of; the! South. might! see

high jfositton and onerous duties, HAS IJI: CEX-: of last informs that I I 1 1I' called for, he and thl when Mr. Fillmore i ia claimed as a soundnational '
exchange night us, responded attempted -
:I : this in the States. So this much about the :M.\ :: I!
of the tllirtthree I' to answer Judge Henderson! but tin gentleman ? Uti.: the opponent sectionalism. : ,
I I political: papers publifehed Democrat i
I a good
: : : AND PATRONAGE IN SfPPOKT OF not only convicts him of an untruth-but amounts had for
'," I 1 I in Carolina six for Buchanan a pour suj'ct an argument, and therefore! ready At all ti.nes lo discharge!
)1.11. SIW.RVxv TlIOS- are now i'I
THE SOILMLb! OF : twenty I to nothing as being irrelevant to the Whigs were dllf'.d{ ; and the Jude ,
LOW WEE HE FORGETS ALL ABOI COM: :!! and Breckenridge and it is notknown'that ; : : his eonstitiftiuniil: obligations faithfully and
main issue. Not onK this, in 1814, he made I bo; called Dark i On motion of Mr. Harrington, it was
I'KOMItr, &F.<:e Hus, RECteXD! : EIOTS, AND: I I I either of the remaining seven will support .I I a speech in New York under a banner I come rushing ; Resolced! That these proceedings be hand. zealously! the claim :s as unsubstantial: as it
; is worthless.! Uniim.
ed the Floridian Joun tl for : "
to >: utteily
j I Fillmore. A grand Democratic ratification i which with hands raUcd, 1Ihlc.t.tion. i
I 10E OF THE UNION: HITHER TII.nE: THE I were painted Jackson & Polk, the latter I I I'I \ .
DEMOCRACY '. meeting was held in Charleston on Tuesday of conscience i WASMIXCTOX: Juno 7, 1856.I .
mounted with .
: Tml' H'H. ; by a negro, a small flag bear 'I P. K. UAILLIE, I
If Mr. Fillmore was so politically corrupt :i: last, endorsing everything done at Cincin- j: ing the name of Texas. In this address he I Humbugged !! ; "T. J. M. RIcHARDSON: Secretary.CI'lirI71 I DKAK SIR : I received your letter some

9 i is hi the how :: nati. '!Trulv, the Buchanan: fires burn brightly j brethren what { ._ i time since, and.1St the time invrstfcatint
is charged foregoing extract, showed the strongest hostility to the South. ;i it t.c! subject to which! \ou refer. In Tennessee .

are honest and consistent men to account for II I in South Carolina. In '47 II(' made a speech at Rochester, in Minerva ':t So, what can suit ; Mr. Fillmore's Prospects. as well as North Carolina;"one of tLpiiucipal ,

p the support which Donelson and hi friends I --- Hall,against" TIlE AGGRESSION'S: : OF TUE j I stances, than to I Ij I The Editor of the Sa\u lahcU. having charges against the present democratic.administration -

p. are now giving the Know Nothing nominee Mr. Fillmore in New Hampshire. SLAVE I'OWER." j good Democratic made a recent visit to the North,and.jservingcloselyjthe : is the appointment of
The Fillmore has fizzledout I fee soilers to office and this i is
party completely elements in that direction : ; charge:
for the Presidency. If:Mr. Fillmore bargained ; grossly humbugged political! :
His letter to Gayle is next in order. In I made by the of Mr. Fillmore -
in this Slate the three American JournalsI I I present supporters
and intrigued \\Slh the New :York Abolitionists that letter he says : "I have none of my influence of some } I II says : for President of the United: States. This

., iu 1551, as asserted L.yJr.: Donelson, :I Concord Reporter, the Especial Or. Congressional documents, &c., nor have I I have sound, II j It was tIre. prevailing; opinion among tho -charge! against President Pierce though unfounded .
of Gov. Mecalfa Know the the Black } Convention .
what assurance: has the South that he will i gan Nothing, to memoranda refresh Dr. Duval and Dr. | delegates to Republican yet coining from the source it does
; :Manchester, American, and the Portsmouth access any papers or to I in Philadelphia, that :\sl r. FILLMOKK has led me to esan.ine carefully the politicalor
do it of Know i iI
hot aain recollection but I think time fatality .
their 110:1.iice.
at of
would decline in favor
1 my some ( : rather -sectional
---- -- Ballot! -have: all declared for Fremont. views of the appointees of
Hon. ;M. A- Long's Speech. i iAn I -- -- while in Congress, I took occasion to state I sure preventive, : I While there we heard this opinion frequency Mr. Fillmore during his presidential term.
dy is a heavy t'Xpicssed! both (before and after the nomination
be entertained } FRANK LESLIE'S Illustrated in substance: my views on the SUBJECT OF SLAVERY This has been a work of no little labor,
: impression seems to by j t Newspaper, of Col. FHCMONT.:
already been has time which
some accounts
a few of our political opponent, including i I published in New York, we obtain through IN THE STATES. The substance was I TIlL extract from Mr. FILWUE'S letter, ,. unc the rtfrirol letter.

: the Sentinel,that this gentleman, in his fpeech the courtesy of tho publisher, and it affords that I regarded slavery as an eyil, but one make Buchanan us go firmly, I published l by tho New York Kfjtress, wi set ; Upon this: investigation answering 1 your timid the follow-

;' before the Democratic meeting in this city, j I us pleasure to commend it to the pcblic as a iitLwhich the National Government had nothing and them right on that subject. In his Mr. ': leg I facts : ,
do. I have entertained other sentiments Hawkins-Lamar: : FILLMORE : ,
to I says
of no Every man appointed ?. impor-
meritorious o
indulged in the use of language perona'ltyoffensive periodical, every \\:worthy ; 1t. any
which 113'checn
,. t and Chaires. .In reference to the efforts .
liberal I ou this subject, SINCE i EXAMWED: : IT : tuJ by Mr. Fillmoro while President.
to those who were present, differing I the most patronage. I used to drive me from my course, they t whose residence udDixon's
Mr. north of Mason
Perhaps I was
j \
with him in opinion. His remarks are characterized .! wholy mi-take my character. It is true I j indudin-.; three members hit
TlIE CoKKKfcPONDENT J UOU1JT :NOT THAT ALL MY ACTS I'rBLICxv: gained something I! liut.
: : E..ERSOx.-: desire the nomination but
as unnecessarily harsh and insult- ( ; my namehas j cabinet, a free Sillier, and in favor ?thaI
ing. \r e conceive that: the complainants: PUT Jefferson correspondent interrogates us PRIVATE:, will be found in accordance with upon been placed before the public by my I .\Vilmot Proviso." .

the and with reference to Mr. Walker's resignation: as: this_view." who pay their j friends., and there it will remain, regardlessof \ 2d. Ono of the leading: members of his cab-
have totally misapprehended spirit
of Col Long's speech. That he indulged Register of State Lands. We cannot speak But what does this letter amount to ? It ment." Well, as I I II i I all withdra consequences, unless they shall desireits 1 inet, the Hon. Thomas: Corwin of Ohio,

purpose Mr. Walker's intentions is confined and mix altogether i \:11" I Secretary of the Treasury, was &!>rorainentabotitionisi.
in withering sarcasm: and explosive argument by authority concerning to slavery in the States and and Leading: men in Washington city, Democrats .
with reference to this matter. But thus with and him what such aId Americans entertained
we agrees is answered by the same Whigs no
but the effective 3d. before
is not denied ; use I' : Every ono (utile appointees
of these attacking weapons in the discussioH of can say, that. he has not yet resigned, and if facts which apply to his letter to Mr. Brooksof say that they are : doubt of the election of Mr. BUCHANAN: referred to, who had taken! any public position
whether the
two Presidential
allusions take we are correctly infonned, will not. New York, which we have considered.The .- mocracy to be opposition run on the slavery question, was ,known, at
principles, without personal wo I Iwho tickets or not. A prominent southern Amer.
Let the the time his of
I rankest abolitionist of that day: weiit no says : of appointment, to be ia favor:
it is both fair and legitimate. ican member of tho House expressed tho
the prohibition of in the Territories.
; More Evidence of the Decay of the further} and it is fact that this declarationwas Mr. Allen I I slavery
Cot Long is not a stranger to the amenities | a opinion in our hearing that thero would be I! 4th. Most of those from the same section

of social life, and, therefore;in the fear, Fillmore Party. considered nothing, or rather satisfactoryby Doctors of Law : no fight, and that Mr. lCILX'oud' walls retained in office by Mr. Fillmore, who had 0I
artistical dissection of evilson There was a large and enthusiastic ratification the abolitionists at that period, because it Physic. Now, over the ground to the 'hie To I previously been appointed by President Taylor
and political
: meeting in Erie, Pennsylvania, last Tuesday to Doctors pf which Mr. STEPHENS: of Georgia, replied-
related entirely to slavery in the States, whilst put : t were free s.>ifers or Wilmot Provi-
the occasion referred to, his remarks were evening, composed exclusively of" old into office,. or You are very much misaken.! There will be :i roits.5th..
intended to apply to principles and their apprehended )line whigs,"-all going for "old Buch." They the South was hushed by the same 'sophistry. I a and J fierce one. But with Mr. President Pierce has appointed n)
He that ho took occasion whilst in Con made signal BUCHANAN and the national constitutionallltform
consequences, and not to mon.- allowed no others to participate in their says .: ; man to office since he ,, inaugurated who
S We know that it was: far from his purpose to meeting, and resolved, for the first time in gress to state his views on this subject. Now ter success, and of the Cincinnati Convention, tho in the canvass of 1852, and a at tho time of hi
their lives, to support the democratic nominees ; editorial field of ? will bo beaten, and abolitionism,
Fillmorc but
Mr. made one ch this I appointment, was not believed by him tlI
of of his spe upon
au.ditor -
wound the feelings any portion for President and Vice President. the and all the other isms will be of '
free.soisr I stand
Perhaps tho
I )". Prompted by the honest convictionsof Some eight hundred of the neighbors to question in Congress, and unfortunately that swer that question.We so dtply.Lencth the popular reprobation I 1852, which expressly nttionlliemocratic: denies to Congress platform&'

bis heart, that the principles he entertainedare old Buck," of the same stamp, called on effort does not bear: out his declaration in the all for : that they will know no resurrectionfor power to legislate on the of slaveryin !

founded upon truth and right reason, principles him in procession the day he was nominated above letter. It was: upon a petition of.some We are are true to a half century_to come. I tho States or 1 subjec.

that will pierce the storm cloud, and pledged him their suppot. The same of the citizens of !New York to aboliish slavery We iutend to ; i "Gth. The difference, therefore, in this respect -

yet feeling exists, and similar demonstrations lit the District of Columbia. Upon the Which will The Woolly Horse President i between .he two Presidents, is this :
; and shed warmth, and light, and lustre over Commonwealth.
the old Pennsylvania
made over all
the New : that while Gen. Pierce
question, Mr. Fillmore, said:-" He conceivedthat A man in Connecticut writes in may have appointed
this Republic, ho endeavored by the use of is good for FORT* THOUSAND MAJORITY !-
York Express, to know whether! there is such I some frep-soilers to office w ithout knowledge
citizen of New York he inter a
as a .was
: honest and emphatic speech to reach the FOR old Buck. FOR THE : a man na Kromont. or whether his nomin.i.ation I of the fact that they were such at thetime
hearts of 6there, and place them in unison I ested in the claim of property in_ man within Mr. Editor: I ;;-i is-a joke, got up to hoax the country I o Mr. Fzllrnore'snppotteesin- ---- -the- -- north.er

.I, with his own. The Ebensburgh Sentinel states the Micha-- the District of Columbia. 'I people of that respondent people. He says tho only Fremont over : States, were vll free sellers, and knownto

ei Dan Magehan, esq., the great leader of the (his) section of the country believed slavery herd of in his neighborhood is the man lar-I be such at the time of their appointment-'
U in of certain ScoU who the place of Mr.
reported a man in Cambria Pennsylvjinia
7- county -
old whig party to be improper and that it should not be tol nun hired to catch his woolly horse in I have made this ex examination: and! com par.
from the roof of one of the seven- proclaimed himslef in favor of } seems to bo well :! because
: slipped boldly mountains He thinks, if ho is the mal, json with no view to injure Mr. Fillmore,
ktory houses which are still common in the James Buchanan At the ratification meetingheld erated. This WAS A GREAT NATIONAL QUES Blake, as a. Fred Douglas ought to be put up for Vice I thTnk the subject of appointments to

.' ; old town of Edinburgh, that during his de- in Eben/burg! on tbC 10th insf. TION." Such is the speech he summons to became afflicted President, so as to have .1 Woolly Horse office and the of executive pat

who Judge E. Davis, of Macon, Georgia, elec- bear out his declarations in the above letter. i to President 'and a Woolly Head Vice Presi I ronage small: matters when compared with
.ceit he coolly caUed out to a comrade ticketas as disqualify
ted last October on the know-nothing But he says this has always been his opinion, dent. I the great principles now at issue between tlje
ras looking from a three.story window, Oh from Bibb to the Jegisla. was extremely
: a representatives doubts hit will Fremont claims to be the first man who various parties of this country. I shall do
and not acts
Dougal, what a fall I'm going to have!"- ture of that State, has come ont for Buchananand I bcfounft'indance accor greatly blessed, discovered Salt Lake, and the Express think Mr. Fillmore full justice in he coming canvass ,
therewith. Let the reader but
Au impression somewhat analogous to this Breckenridge.The notice : his own people, ho will make another discovery before long. for his conduct while President, and

.. seems to be entertained by those 'who complain Norfolk (Va.,) Herald heretofore a record as given in former numbers and draw .. American Bible vSaTt River. His life has been principally led shall not deny to him the credit of executing

of Col Long's speech, and hence the leading know-nothing paper, has come out his own conclusion. There stands his vote ablyand: IUcc among woolly horses, wild men and wild faithfully the laws of the country.. 1 have
p from that organization, and-mn up the'name beast but hunter taken the time make this to
for the abolition of Slavery in the District of ; even a an enterprising to investigation
featbei ohal affection to
that he did not pile bed for President. ,
complaint up of James Buchanan his qualification for'the Presidency are not equal show the ignorance the inconsistency, or the
Columbia to abolish the internal slave trade";
instead of stone payed arguments, to render ,the;support.of to those of Gordon Cunning tho famousScotch insincerity of his supporters in the southern

"the fall of the Know Nothing party as little The Fillmore Know Nothings of Ohio findit to discriminate between property of one 0e v I ing business Nimrod, or Lieut. Gerard, the French States, whose prinepl objection the present

: .damaging &I possible under the circumstaneeL very difficult to get their candidates to accept tion and that of'anotherand thus crush-out for this office, the lion killer. Freraot has made many hairbreadth the unfounded charge

Well, gentlemen will valk out of their nominations. Judge II. V. Peck shivery; there is biff speech of'44, aqd also out distinction' of '.ca in his time, but he will beat of "tbt''appointment" of freo soilers to of-

the nominationfor : of '47. WUb.evidence.jsbtmdaot, and.conclusive :and for Vat AmburgU if he comes out with a whole lice. '
seven-story Know Nothing castles mid has written a letter declining .. ,. cordially from the Black Republican menagerieof Excuse the"rierul d of this It-lter.
Judge, on the ground that he : what _.conclusion aw we .forced: to I Has ftfr;," f Yours S.:A. .
break their necks .politically, democrats are Supreme tigers, hyenas, wild cats, unac"ida crocodiles t truly, r'rl.
not-to be blamed for it. has never been amember of the order. J Why, that in principle.; J. b? is as thorough the-.election be and black snakes. : lion. II. M. $UAi9thiait \ .

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From Washington. The Pittsburgh Chronicle ( \merican)"con Every offer, u required by the law of 10th Augutt, United- E'recuthr'sNojice.:

WASHINGTON. Juno 27. ceives that the nomination of Fremont .nsurts 1846, most be aooompaai by a written guarantee, States Mail. Citation.. I
the form of which % I i* bmbjr given to all prrs'sw b. ldu ,
herewith \TOTICE
the election of Mr. Buchanan. are given. To the widow next of kin of
James A. IVdVn. of Florida St"t of H.-rid ) or _
was t
today confirmed Those only where offers be JL\ claim* vrdnnnd4.igaiiwt! Um, Utf "I f vi'i-
may accepted dewiwd
oo- FLORID.V. f Lc Richard Regin, :
> .n j
bv the Donate as Minister Resident at flfie4l l, and the contract will be forwarded < han GncriMfp. late of Gad den outinty. decsseJ. n.
The a*soon thereafter titou hsu boon tilil l in rut of-
Reading (Pa.. Journal Tl J HEREAS, a r
and RobL ofTex- ) (for Fillmore) which will tlu'n legally *uthuticat within U a tiu
Buenas Ayies. Fitzpatiick, as practicable, thry be required to ; Vficefortl.. utiug >probate of the uuucupativ present
approves of a union between the Fillmore and POST Omci DEPARTMENT. ) gr iicribl l-v law this uuik will bs
Secretary of execute within ten days after its at the ( or
as. a* Legation. receipt post June 12 15f. f will of Jb said Ricl'wrd lU-'an, you areherel-v
The death of General Bailey member of Fremont forces. It says: %Ve-ire not with office or navy agency named by them.. nati.Vd that I have appointed Thur d-.v. the 10'h thujy fi.ul:. rrcuVtf.T. E. S. MIIETAU&!

out hope that union of the opposition elements Sureties in the full amount will be required to cigo PROPOSALS hx cars ing the mails of the United dayof July next, for the hearing of said petition, atid J :xt'r.
Congress from Virginia, was announced in the contract, and their responsibility certified to by a October 1, 1866. to J.ine 20, 1859.on before June 21, 18S4DrP.P.Lowis
will be and called uieut
had cited
the two Houses to-day, after which they ad on giounds honorable to United States District Jodgy, United States District the following route in the State of Florid, in the you are hereby to appear the afure-
all the Conrt-bous. in Tullahawe- day
med. parties, and that'Buck and Breek, whom Attorney, Collector or Navy Agent. A additional manner le.cin specified will be received at ti e Contract
iou o'cl M in order that contest -
k A.
iiid. at 10 <* you may
the Locofocos think destined to wnlk'over the security, twenty centum will be withheld from Office of the Post Office Department, in the city friend l
The tiiul of Crooks for his assault on Sam- per the bame if think fit. notice to hL an put-
course will bu the amount of the bills until the conirant' shall of Washington, until 5, p. m., of the 1st September, you GIVES -
so have
will take place Monday. easily, handsomely beaten Oiv.-n under mv baud i end *cnl of oCi-e, ft that h4 Li now in puitsrs-4..si
nor, in the end." been completed, and eighty per centum of ,each bill 185(5.( to be decided! on the next day : L1" &! this 7th day of'ilav. A D. l-M. :, all the latui imp't>v jn#iiT4 in Jit.. .
approved in triplicate by tho commandant of tie 6857 From Columbus by Fort Fanning. STioul Town, I '
respective D.V.GWYNN.Judte try. Itt, The -xtracrif 1'.sIlt. withur.t preIeciii 1
Later from California.ORLKA Old Town, Ataena Olie aud" IIomosiusa
navy yard, will be paid by the navy agent I t Clay Landing" of Probate. pain, bv the kid of a local application which consiars

:cE' >-S, June 25.-The Steamship Corn and Cob Crusher. wiLuiu thirty day after iu presentation to him. ;i in steanrfioata., to B.IJ Port, and back twice & month, May 10, 185G. 19-60day I in apulvin au artificial freezing mixture ti the |pXa 4

( rat'ada arrived to-day, with dates to the f>tiinil. I /RANGER'S patent Corn and Cb Crusher. I made It is stipulated the contract that, if default be I Bidders will state the distance, and schedule _ ui-til filly fwnmiU'J.! 2<> Trtr JnmKS-.teinnertw! n ..i .
by the parties of the first in all propose o
$. Francisco. and 'Jhave token the Agency for the sale of these part delivering a Temi ; .rnt-t, in ( u-t.z rf.P. hicIi can I
from Cora superior ]iirh will mak due
' II Casey or of the articles mentioned uf c ';me& "ulih (Tic stf.imI I '
Cob Crushers I I any the quality and at Important! tox.itfi1d.v 1Ioekcpers : worn uith comfort. and ease till tt* Oun* are fuIJvj
it i is said
unequaled to in ,
MVIO hug on *. iJAl.., and the funeral of any the time and place provided, then and in that case frt plving between New Orleans, Lv,in.l Kv W'fs, .
SH' then
the Co ntry. A t"ck of hose Crushes will be"on j ref-nr'ed .1 pernmnt-ot : ii-

hig: took j luce the same diy. Therewas I hand early this ciiminjj }'tll. Prices vry low, c nsidering the the contractor United Stales and his sureties will forfeit nod pay to Ha.rioo3T.s! for once a week serveeac t also ir.i'tcj. ;> FRUiT GROWERArthur's -; that beautiful plan called e..tLriieta: fleirzs. whvli sre _

j.eilVct Jei-oiuM! tin ought nt. The YirgilaucelYimmiilee great Paring in feed. 5-15 *5 f C5 each to as liquilitod damages -euiu of 'i : I go luuv'ijri n aol adniirci fa" beauty, vtrrt'.l.; a1S5C. .
twice the
money equal amount of the NOTE- I
for thfse izcs. "rices contract prices ClcanU.LI1.!
had -irrosted su\cral other desperate ? t.niforn tbmuihout the county. 1tttctt

whcn tho For further particulars' call nnd examine for yourselves therein agreed upon as the price to be pnul in* Pro; os Is must t be guarantied by two re'riIlerera I Patent AirTihtCfift M.iv 2/ _
c-Lnrncicis, r.iong : was notoiims i- case of the actual delivery theuuf, which
so soon as a stock for a Lainpie ah1i cL liquidated < sceitifiud, to is erich by a pos.tnjiUrof a rj'ige --- -
) Yankee Sulliv.-.ii.! Oi: the 1st of June, 1). LADD. damages may be recovered or ivtained from time to "- a court ofj-ieord ; and c'xitrict; must be rutered !*, fai jif'terri'i" ..ir'ii'i.iiiti ai.d T\i' i Sale."X _

Committee' looms, ]ening !bc.iul! a con- part 01 i-itUer of them. 1st of'Oe oUr. 1S56. : ly ust-d! in the Ka: t an 1 N.rtti-rn St.ttis iat ee.irvlll :-, Slate fP .rWa.: J

U'SMim ii: I t'gtrd: to election Iran is. Joseph S. Williams, 1 Iu Leon Cir fct Cuuit. Classes Nos. 1, 2,4, 6, 7, 8-to be delivered ne- 1 No pay will be made or tri, s not performed and \ be iutroilueed to the oitizfii of Tulbba< alui C.'uty of If.innli4, fT '

v K. > :Bill for Divorce. fourth part on or before the 15th of May, one fourth i for cacti of 8'ich oruissi.ms not buti.-fuctnrily explnini-j sunoundii'g cot ri'ry by l the! un lerji nid s bo hits i '\v OTICK! is hereby giron that an c.tii-s mtn.1 e.im-

On ta; es the fnv of th-j trip may be d< dueled. \ the exclusive ,rijjl.t to mftD'jfjiftiire; ia this v.rci.isty f'>r I; i pUte Stock of ne-v (Oii.Is, bvhs'vei ii? ti, the e- _ _

Committee attempted to hold a 11110iit i September, and (he remainder bv the Deccmlwr, For rrivas! so farl>ehiud tim- to br4-nk connexion lbs coifiing season. It is ouiy ne'e. *ftr'7 to f.ill and! -
appearing to the sntUf.ictiftn of the Court affidavnt i as tate < f Allen (;. Jtdsnstn, I itcoftimsid euuiity itcen-tt l a ,
to denounce the Committee but it i j 1857. Chutes Nos. 3 and 9-.be whole by the 15 h 'f will* dependinjj mails, and not exalt iiic tec! :.rtie: !*.< itr.d i the I-t-e.zn.eiilat I'lfiS f-f '
:;z proved that the Defendant Isley Willinmt., resides | May, 1857. The PtfiicioiitlyxcHtfd I '41 1 be I'lfrnd at privaf sal '. Prrclaeer) vii'l r jr
j remaining classes to be delivered the wh* L.ive usid! tern! t<> be convince! li.at
oue-fc urth of the the persons -
> for U
a trtil: failure.Si beyond thj jurisdiction of the Court, and is not an iu- one-fourth compensation trip -ubjectto ( quired t.* give tjood jyid sufHtieut iwcurity fi-r tL*-
part on or before lfie 1st j th.-T the best it arid ecunnn.iral nrtiele
September next are simple
habitant of the State of Floi i-Ja. foi feitus;e. Fiats will be iiupohO'l, unc s the dsIinqu6ncy m anJ lo tli.irni.tes
\Tfcl minders and accidents It is. on motion, ordered one-fourth = pit.mint vf the pnrii.ie! mom-y, cx.Cute _ _
before '
were rccorlr part ou or the 1st December i for the I'lfried th
next, l to <' public. They c.tti
; -
>c promptly and satis fact' .t-d. purpose CJHT
that the defendant enter her and rtly explair t Iw-Hrin eight intere t, from dnt-. HI>< _
appearance one-fourth percent
- \ i in the iiteicr. part on or before the Irt April, and the 1)). u ed bv the most unskilful witLont the
dunur fur r.ccl'Ctiii lo tuk- the mail from into > iat I peru
answer or plead to the said Bill in tbe Clerk'soffice remainder before [ -r a ] < Idle hilf pavaMe "ix an-J the o her twcl' e nu-ut.s! at
The, health ofSaa: Fjincico was good.- of on or the SOlb June, 1857 comprising office fur tufTeiin it to 1 le injured roljlu-d frlL'hti rt.-k t-f failure.t3T .
. # the C icuit Couit of Leon on or before the at each due ; stroycd. I tcrd.? to. Per*-n* vvi:I t be alUiwed from tl I- 11410!
!JJy-inesh: as moderate. llumois has been fiYbt Monday in October 1855. Otherwise said Dill I Chias 10, and delivery all a proportion of each article. .|! orl l..t; and for refuain>;, after demaiid, to convi-y thuj l'icha'-rs are supplied! with a% clroi.br r >nt.iiiiiug hereof iintlli toe: iir>t d.iy of July next, to put a. tLelr _ _
following additional of full tid reiiibi-! 'int fruit
hall be taken for confe ed. It is further ordered quantities t j mail as frequently sa the coi tractor run*, i'r i* ooii- : : <-eti. :is or put' ;up Lid siI! lx -ive-I! f !
circulated: that CIov. Johnson would call for : of the articles named therein ;* PrurwerJfc r by e ui.hvr.gr.tJ.NATIIL.
any are demanded they | sui.l tomntofs; in these C.ins. pj.ein2! the hole
cenied in the
that i runningehiet3 on iOi.ti The Pod- processetrivei'.tuty
of this
order be
a published in of the : P. MARION. K Y
nu-azii and make a requisition to suppress the qppy one are to be furnished OH like terms and conditions j : within; I thereaih) of eki'ojftrr..
pro- inastt-r GHii-ralin-iy annul the contract for every t
. r.cwspapeis in the city of Tallahassee for three months ions to the repeated JI.rIer. Fa! Ju'ie 21. 1SJC. 25 _
ieil.1i. but such ( had been expiration of the fiscal re- j A large ot t thf'e Can \ilNe ccn.-ttrith kept
a no eps as yet previous to the saidriist Monday in October 1856. year upou failures to run hgreeably to contract, or for di.by- t'.ipprv -
ceiviug a notice fifteen days from the bun-an.; ihc the office laws instructions iu stt.ce. I PerwiS\v I.ii jto supplY thfiicelvtssliouMaj .
taken. Thes-e :umors created mucli excitement Done and passed at Chambers. July' 1-t. 1856. commandant of the ing p'ist or the dpp.ulm H"otice
J. yard or navy agentAs it. The Postniaslir Gen ral alter tIe shedu'e. >[ Iv iinnied'utely. a* the fiuit M.MSOU ;# iicaratbaial. I _
StU.Vood had
the .
thioughout a 1C. WALKER and Judge.O. the law requires the pre paymeut of postage, lie m \ ill ) order nn increase of sirvice by All (C'ans sold ary mtvc'e bv' tbf nndvri'ijneil andvar! St.Ve of Florid.i.Count .

thousand men ready to match to the assistance D. W. GWYNN persons desiring the commandant of the yard or the j allowiutr tbt'rfor ao rata increase on tie coin net rar.N-u. Mfe. Vv M. P. SLUSSF.K. of Hamilton, _
of the Committee..Martial navy agent to send them! by mail schedules of such May ;31, 1856. 22PEOCIAMATIOH
Solicitors for Compl't. classes I pay He may also curtail or discontinue the #fivi
law Lad been declared at San July 5, 1850. 27-3m as they desire should enclose in their application i iu whole or i'i i nrt.i at pto ruta drcre.is of I ji.iy' allowing l- I VLL !tato Hamilton county, .t.-ese-f. *t.* _

IVanrisco and Sacramci.to. Oli.-rs had been I ___ i_ cations postage to this stamps bureau, to for insure such transmission schedules will, but nppli-i! ue mouth's extra? compen.-ati >non the amount requested to m.iLe: inni': >!i.tte pjviiirtif, tem'l I1.O'i i

not icquiie (service dispencd with. Bids should be whirled !l.avi> g ilemnud n '.iinst s.iid estate will presn.t thi.aa
made to furnish thousands to the assistance Lands for Sale.A *
pre | "
I i to the Second Assistant PofetinniU-r Gcmra', su- 1V in the tisne prescribe by law. t i. -
>f the Committee. The excitement was on LARGE and valuable tract of Landlyingin the J pei scribed Pi opognli fur .\"o. CS57. i'iuiiJd." NATirL. P. MARION, IttfJurie'M.liif -
JA.VISI: ;. lflME: _
lh inrnas The Committee were dit'rinined JL:JL County of Jefferson, is hereby offered for sale. FORM OF OFFER.: j jj i F r further jarlii"ul.irb see pamphlet ndverti nn lit ;] 25

Said lands lie vrclL convenient to market 1 fur the mails in Virciuia North (;iircrinvf the S'M! of Florisui. I
: to cam out (their measures, and continue ate anjd inj j L of -, State of hereby agree carrying Carolina. -- ---- -- -- ---- ---- -----

- making : ress. The opposition were j a cood neigbboihood. They are situate within a few to furnish and deliver at the respective navy yards all South Curolin.i, Georgia, and Florid'U d.ttcd Jtuuary !i THREE; HUNCHED DOLLArS REWARD- Bell-Air Academy.
- miles of whore (the Peus-aci'la and Georgia RSihxjad the articles named in the clussos hereunto annexed a- J 12, 1S55. JAMES CAMPBELL. i iJ

organising with 700 stand of arms. There i will run. and are dt-Eciibed as follows, viz: greeably to the provibions of the t-chcdules therefor, J Postmaster G Lit ral.: 4.e -" NEAR TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. t tr _

. were rumois ol an attack being contemplated; ; The W | of the S E J of Section 7, Township 2, j jj I and in conformity with the advertisement of the Bn- Jinc21: 185fi.( 2.V4vi Institn'i..n tI'O lm) nnf f.tvnraUy kt--,. j

on the Committee room Th" rooms were j S of llanre 5, E. also the W J of the N E } of Section reau, of Construction, to on June 2, 1856. ,i Insolvent Estate No ticc -'-- .- _L require a jlt-scnptioii of its oinvfniwMre, salt'tv ., _
I 8. same Township-and Range also the "W i of the Should offer be atrocious imn.Icr c.iiimiiltedt
with two of ; my accepted request to be ad- \\riIERr.AS an was
ioubly guarded, jJeces cannon of l"citi"ii ami advantage, will be upvut-J M ttierifft fl
i S E J of Section 5. same Township and Range ; and j dressed at and the contract forwarded to navy ,I' State of Florida, ) 1 on t'nc body Wii.mi!! MiUiiMii in the Countnt \ *
before the loaded \vih: shot. All Moxixvv f JCSE. -
< oor, grape I the W of the S E } of Section 6. same Township j, agent at or to for signature and i County of Leon. J j M.irion.! in this Stitf, ( n I the night of the h'rtof t > proximo.Pi
: I II I unary and! ad aricod l [brunclx -f Knglirli. l'iina- f.
papers except the IleralJ bide \\ith the Com and Range, and the \V | of the S E 4 of Section 5, j jI certificate. LL persons ha\in: < claim* against the IUite of March bv KMII p'jr on ui.l.ii'i'Aii.! \''vv ther, .-f'>'i-, rv an I a !lvanfte-l Mitlictiiatiithe Natural Sjci' <-.-. j' _

I mittee. I I tame Township and Range, containiug altogether [Date.] [Signature.] William Jinkii: late of Leon county, dfC :-C'd, that the ciid justice may: 1w siibsurvcd. ami! the! tinJ'Lilies( n'ul all brancht-i nsu.il! ii Snutheru Iu-ti i j .

some 480 acres, or thereabout, be tha same more or ) The schedule which the are hereby notified to piest-nt the same tthe Jii.g! guilty I jmtv Iir..ilt: t'i coiivliLjii pun hiiieut ; Know luti"lis, vviI! be taught!
encloses mast l be ;
from the Know ks'. of Probate, ot Leon*County, at Li* office in Tsdla'.ias- ye that I J.nnc" }. HriMiine Oovernor of tin; State of
Compliments Nothing j ub il.'visii'Uf the .
| pasted to his offer and The SCIIt.i. aiid th! fTuition
each of them signed by him. j jatr: ,
, For terms apply to the undersigned at Wakeenah. i see, on or before the firt Monday in Dccenibe-: next, Fi'-iid.i, dn btn-by offer the Rtv.\J.D of ?JUO fr theai'Prt1eme11u .
each article in as previously adopted uiul! rH-5ow vnI!
Opposite the schedule the gin-n ,
Press to Mr. Buchanan. must ,
J. A. T. WESTON, AGENT. price for rata. of b..id: person, utioii evidence buHiinttn
j be set, the amount carried out, the footed p.ivmcnt pro remain wiKli.utired. Any f.nther particular il*>ired
aggregate _
June 28,1850. 26-iw [ D.W.GWYNX l li-a.! to !Li i* cniivi<.''ii>n.In .
What: better evidence can we adduce to I for each class and be .rtiiuvd bv to the nnil >riiicii. 'fl.J. .
-- .- _. ,_up the amount likewise written in I Ii Judge of Piobitc. tnttiraony vvhcrct-f, 1 have hereunto put lilY ] way ; application} }
words. J. \LEXANDEILlittles .
btablish Mr. Buchanan's peculiar fitness for 825 BEWARD.T i I i May 24, 18:G. 21 hun.l!, an11! cau-wd to b
[scM-J State nf Flotid'.i. Done: at the Capitol.; in the of Tuition p-r than the candid and flattering
the Presidency, ANA WAY from the Subscriber the FORM OF '
Board of City of TaHiha.vj.ithis 13th day of May. A. b I'un'Ue ((Jrai Urly : I ,
that have been bestowed JLv 10th inst., his Negro Women SALINA. I of ; S _
I compliments c The undersigned, of in thc State D. 1850. Fur Rriidin. SrrirPrEitiiig.| !; ; 1'riinary
She is about 5 feet 8 inches about 34
. high, or of and of in the Police and Health JAMES Il.: BHOOME. ( and Aiiihnutk* Ornl. ig.
upon l.im b\- the most intelligent of the opposition 25! old, and of complexion, and -, State of j I e.igra.iv. Pri'i-ary ( ) ui"*
years copper
Governor of Florida.By .
that in the ForVritttu Arithmetic and
hereby ,
guziran'fe case fin-going Geography
raised the board of j, obedience to the ofOrth'ance '
. slender form. She requisitions
jwess. Regarding this kind of testimony was on sea. bid of for any of the classes therein named bu IN hereby the 13,1. the ('oreriwr. Attest:- ( Contiuncd .. . .. ... .. .. ., 13fl>
Georgia, and speaks in the brogue peculiar to the negroes appoint following individuals eomniisaries &
as th5 most conclusive against the of that section. For to accepted that he or they will, within ten days aftci of Police and Health in the several Wards F. YiLLtrifeic. Fur Eujjlurh Orsnitnc-r anil! <'ther liu'i1iSttm.i '! !

borne years prior my the receipt of the contract at the post office named or j i the city of Secrctarv of FloriJ.i. . . . .. ... J*. .. .. yo (ii) _
attacks of Li enemies, coming as it does from owning h -r, she was owned by Mr.mike AENOW her, of St.Mary's navy agent designated, execute the contract for the In Ward:- 1. J-mction McC.irty St M.iy 21, Ifcio. 2tICEliGEIlfCEM K.ir time Cla-Mirs! . .. .-. . .. ... 25 O'jr
, Ga., and be trying t< way with Boulej -
Mr IVs political apponents, who, however back to that place.may I will pay ?20 for her arrest and name. with good and sufficient purities and in case j yard to the limits of the city Noftb and Wist P. TPKUCE May 81.! 1S5G.:: 2'J, _

liberal, would not accord on the score ofj lodgment iu any jail, or 25 for her delivery to me we guarantee shall fail to to make enter good into the contract difference as aforesaid between, Esq. ! 7 -- -FRESH-- -- GROCKR1ES.C -- 4 ____

here. OEO. S. KINO. In Ward 2. Korth of Virginia St. and fr m Monroe ___
; than is justly due him we have the offer of the said and that which may beaccented. Boulevard ANY OF ICE. i PKR-ASA FISH."
.licy more ; New ort, June 28, ISoC. 2C West D. B. Mtoi\Ms, Esq.j QUANTITY i_ : _. iI

selected and herewith subjoin a few of tie! of j In Ward 3. North of Virginia St. and from Monroe .' 1'ORSALE BYI .- -'-- 1 SACK'S: Itio Codec, ;
Signature two guarantors ) A. B. I East D. C. WILSON Esq. ) 20 li'xen AU.itiiAr.tiiivC&n.ire>.
numerous extracts of a similar character on fC.D. I HENRY BERRY li* M bvct iiii'h
j In Ward 4. South of Virginia St. to MeCarty and Sj < Segari,
i [Date.] from Monroe to Boulevard West T. la4's"' 10 L'bLs. Crushed Sugar,
our table.] J. PERKINS, EMJ I 7
DE. BTTR'ROTIGHS !j I Witness. In"Ward 5. South of Virginia St. to McCurty and 5 Dnt-il Appli I

- The National Intelligencer, in announcing 1 hereby certify that the above named are from Monroe East C. G. E.NULISII,. Esq.In ; Rheumatics & Others. Iu Ba-Lets HeMsii-k Chnipavgtt.', t.

ihe nomination of Mr. Buchanan, : HAVING located in Tulkhasbee offers his pro- i I| known to me as men of and able to make Ward 6. McCaity St. to Augustine and from fl -AL40- ii ii'n
says O all fr-'in !
property )!is sufTi-iing Kheum'iticCoinpIuii.t141l.irltl. au-I Pi-.v.h !
services to the public. Office oppoiite I Monroe to Boulevard West E. B. CLARK, Eq. pers -Pite Bi.ir.'Iy, Kuin.: nit \\'in M>, I I
Mr. Buchanan is a man of character, of Dr. Barnard's Drug Store. : good their guarantee. j j Iu Ward 7. MeCarty St. toTAugustiue aid: from : t.'Lt.r a 1s'3itite ,- .-. iii .Jojs .', ,,!' 1 M.ira eliiiu,. fir snlcl'V! 1:;. II. DCRUY. :-

staiiilfss piivate! lile, and of long and varied Juue 23, 1S5G. 2.0-6m [Date.] [Signature] '' Monroe East, ])Y11. Ants, E q. // It hue bt-CII I'iiJO'ti .1 ill thi.- 'l'l'rmrein.rit May :T. l 5f.. ISNOTICE. -
of Chronic au-1 RLfUMic Ji- h.uart'Is ..
1 I Ward cure : !: (*(.s. 1 ---- ---- I
To be
in affairs. As tinned by the United Suites District Judge u 8, Augustine St. to limits 'fcity South -- I
public a gentleman
. experience Circular Saw Mill Agency. J United States District Attorney, Collector, ou Navy ( and from Monroe to Boulevard Dr. J. P. DuVALID have r.o doubt bfiu u-cie'1 fmiu .ui i.utiiui-ly: death i ,:
we have nothing to object to him save his 1 by the ue of this srre-it remedy.
j Agent, ami no others. Ward 'J.) Augustine St. to limits of city S.>utb, arc anxious to i-luse our bu-uie-. c.'woaj.t 4
party polities! a-jd party career ; and although THE undersigned! has the agency for the sale of" j i The following arc the classes required at the re- i j and from Monroe to limits of city, East IIou. J. W. ; Fur s.ile by Diaijgist goucriillv iII.I! at Wholesale VSif{ (>t all those indebted to the tirui of 'I Ii, .
4 llei-riclfg Improved Circular Saw Mills, : an.l! Uctuil, bv AMES ,t T.IVELYTalLiliasce. .
we trust that the anti-D 'mncratic conserva- ]' spective yards: BAKEH.In.Ward. ll. Ciiculow it E.o.., aid Ciith-! %.\ Fisher .!t C>, t _
consisting of three eiztrh for 42, 48 and 52 or 54 inch M.v :SI. 1655.; 22-1 v
live power of the country will be able to beat \I Saws. These Circulars are decidedly the best in use, : KITTERY, MAINE. 10. MeCarty St. to Augustine and from _, call and frcttK' tlnir KccouLf i iRi >iutey.! ( oitUr I-/-

him, yet if they should fail, they may still having several in.r io\emchts over the Page' or any j i j No 1, white oak plank stock logs. No 2, white Boulevard Ward West 11. Augustine, J. U. LLOYD.to limits E."q.In .of city South and A Plantation for Sale. iT r.t-li or attomev by nte..fr i-r citVetion.CRK'I1LOV tli v will! .b > placed Tn the Liti.'i

hope that; his success will give to the country other Patent in use. Tl.e cost is about $SOO, $S50, oak plank. No 3. \\bite oak promiscuous timber.i .- from Boulevard an .
Piesideut who will friend to the and J450 for various sizes, according to extra carriage, j i 4. white oak keel pieces and rudder stocks. No 6, to limits of city West, 11. WILLIAM, 1 ;;; r 'jj uriieri..ra-tl will! Mat!! piivuto sik, ii FISHER. A ('0.
a a Esq. '
prove fcc.: For further particuhii apply to i yellow pine plank stock lojrs. No 8, yellow pine LL very de ruble plaiituti ill, ten milts NorthEast May S. 165J.( 13Notice. li1

: countr. i F. EPPES, Inteiulant I of TuIlahaPsee. four hundred of __ __ .
DANIEL LADD. j mast and spar timber. No 10, white pine. No 11, i.Iataining acres i -- -- -- -- -.-
The Alabama Journal old line Newport, Fla, November, I 655. 44 j j ash, cypress, white oak boaids. No 12. black walnut ABSTRACT FROM ORDINANCE, 13 p. 41 44. j excellent Oik. and Hickory, and pine hind; O..e hunI I
an Whig
j cherry mahogany. NolS.locust No 14, white Duties of Commissaries:-To visit frequently their I I dred aid fifty of which is uniler cultivation. t

i paper published zt Monfgomciy, and air ardent Rough ftice Rough Rice I ash oars and hickory bare. No 15, white oak stares respective Wards-to report Violations of Ordinances There are on the prcuii- a coiufurtablc .I cuing \ LL perwn having claims against the ei-fate of

of Fillmore thus speaks of BUSHELS RicFrwileby -. { and heading. No 16. blabk spruce. No 18, lieaumvitse. ; Nuisances ; Collections of Matter deleterious to 1 house, and: itccuss.irv ojt bouse with a new gin TA. J'huIV.. il.u-n. deccafrd.! late c-f Gndodeu; OKIUtv. -
supporter 30 i; .' KNIGHT No 20, composition and copper nails. No 21, Health; Vagrants ; and to act jointly as a Board of house and! sen w. First rate veil waur aud! gtod ; a ic hereby notified to present thun to the unUrrtigned -

the nomination : March, 165fi. 16 iron. No 22, spikes nails. No 23, lead, zinc, tin.- Health for the City-and as such, ou the occurrence i health enjoyed on the place. For terus: of sale apply L Exeeutrix uitl.in the time pre. -iibed bv l.ivr,

THE, DcMocHATir \OMINATION. -The No 25, hardware. No 27, paints, oils, tc. No 28. of Epidemics and lit other times, to make suggestions 1 to the subscribed, re idin<; on the premises.i or this notice will plead in bar t'f their reeuverc, '

; flax canvs. No 29, cotton canvas. No 30, flax and to the City Council, which may tend to the better i DANIEL L. IIOUCIC. and all those in.k'bted are requebted to make pay- t?

Democratic nomination, Buchanan and Breckenridtie PROPOSALSFor cotton twine. No 31, glass. No S2, leather. NqSS, preservation of the Health of the City. May 24. 185t',. 21 meat i-nineiiiatflv. >

i is a strong ticket. Mr. Buchanan hose. Nf 34, brushes. No 37. pitch, tar, rosin. No j Tallahassee, May 17, 1856. 20 MARY MANN Extrx fil

is an able and long tried faithful servant of Naval Supplies 38. tallow, soap oil. No 39, ship chandlery. No 40 t I Groceries.B i Juno 7. 1S35. 2J-6in: il

his party, which has at length done itself' stationary. No 41, fire wood. j Advances on Sea Island Cotton.

credit in showing its gratitude to one of ite NAVY DEPARTMENT. ) CHARLESTOWN, MASSACHUSETTS. j T IBERAL ADVNCES made on Sea Island Cot- ACON, Sides, Shoulders and] Hams, City Council Notice.
Flour Plants Extra and
Bureau of Cons't, Equip't and Repair VJuue Superfine,
veteran and faithful statesman. No 1. white oak plank stock logs. No 3, white JLy ton for Shipment to Chai lesion, bv D. LADD.
Coffee Rio -
2, 1856. ) oak promiscuous timber. No 4, white oak keel pieces New Port, Nov. 3, 1655. 44 A T a meeting of the City Council held ou May 2. I
.Mr. is also able For sale low lot suit tLc trade. _
Breckenridge an popular PROPOSALS to furnish Naval Supplies and rudder stocks. No 6, yellow plank I :n to .1 lest;. It was '

man, with no offensive antecedents to annoy SEALED fiscal year ending 30th June, 1857, will stock lo trs. No yellow pine beams. No pine 10, white A. W. DAVIS, D. D. s7"RESIDENT L. C. LEWIS.. Jixt'ved, Bv the lutcndant and Citv Counirl! rf ,

* .Lim. Hi nomination seals the vote of Ken- 'be received at this bureau until C o'clock, p. m., of pine. No 11 I, ash.cyprcsj, white oak boards. No 12, Jun 14, 1S50. lt.t Tiillaha! > e ', That the clause iu the revtnue law .4 I

\ lucky for the ticket, unless a change iseffecj the 8th day of July next These proposals must be black walnut, cherry, mahogany, maple. No 14, OFFICE, TALLAHASSE, FLA. 18o* relatiogto Hawkers and| Pttllers, W so r.'rt- I -

j: ted iu the state of! matters and endorsed Proposals for Naval Supplies, Bureau of white ash oars and hickory bars. No 16, black ""Important. Improvement in Artistic icyivIile and Female street as to conform with the law of the StMe,.( > far

present parties Construction, to," that they may be distinguished spruce. No 20. composition find copper nulls. Jfb Dentistry as to except from its penalties vcntltrs! of chart niuttithses 4 .
\ there. from other business letters. 21 iron. No nails. ACADEMY. not books onhn.i'ilv! termed.
22 spikes No 23, lead, ziac, which k -
M the face
! The materials and articles embraced in the classes No B1 restored to its original contour, From the Minute C. I1UTCUINSON, Cleik.
tin. hardware.No
! The Georgia Citizen, 4'hich it will be ro- 25 27, paints, oils. tc. No > and with.it the loss of the teeth
named are particularly described in printed schedules 28. flax canvas. No 29, cotton canvas. No 30, flax to elude detection. supplied &o as r f HE next Session will begin on the fir.-t Monday June 7, ISsG. 23
i tnerabered was last year one of the most \ any of which will be furnished to such as desire and cotton twine. No 31. glass. No 32*, ,Jeatber. ba also Samples of this improvement may JL in July and continue five Months. Thid H the --- -- -- -- -- S
seen sets inserted
* V dyed in the wool" Ameiicaa" Journals in to offer, on application to the cornmandjints of No 33, bofie. No 34, brushes. No 35, bunting and ; temporary on oldest and mont jierinanent institution of the kind in Piano Fortes. 't

State the respective navy yards or to the nary agentnear dry eroods. No 37, piteb tar, roein. No 38, tallow, Gcitta Furclin, the state, and has been for ueaily fourteen years under .Lc5TITE: arc prepared to fumL Piii.Forti'S ., '

the says : V est thereto, and those of all yards upon application to i soapoil No SO, shipchandlery. No 40; stationary Iu a few hours, so that persons having teeth te- the charge of its present Principal. .It is pijdod 1 V of the very bed quamryl'4'1 -.

Buchanan of Pennsylvania is, of all the this bureau. This division in classes being for the | No 41, fire wood.j i movedcan have a complete substitute immediately. j with a large and valuable Chemical Plnlosopbi- the mPst liberal terms. 5

great men of the party, rterhaps, the least exceptionable convenience of dealers in each, such portions only will j j BROOKLYN, NEW YORK.No : Children' leetb extracted, and advice given to parents 1 cal aud Mathenatical apparatus, \Uiich, together with They are second to none iu any country titLeraiI
be furnished as are actually required for such bids.- I in regard to the management aud treatment of the au extensive cabinet of.Minerals afford superior advan- to quality or jxrieo.I *ti

to the whole country. His age The commandant and navy agent of each station 1, white oak plank stock logs. No2, white teeth raLis. All operations warranted to suit the moot i ti.pes to students in i.ci.nee. Able, efficient and faitlii I hviry Instrument(-ill be WHrrontetl.MILESNASHIU.. I

and experience in political affairs eminently will have a copy of the schedules of the other yards oak plank. No 3, white oak promiscuous timber.No .- fastidious. Will practice in the principal towns i teachers, are employed in the several departments I ;.

qualify him for the position of President. for examination only, from which it may be judged 4. white oak keel pieces and rudder stocks. No throughout the State References : the Faculty of : averaging one to every twenty Students. The course February- 2: 1$3. 8 ;

And, we believe, that his record is as clear of whether it will be desirable to make application for 6, yellow pine stock logs. No 7, yellow pine beams. the Ohio College of Dental Surgery, and those who i of instruelitiu is extensive. Students either sex may -- .------ -
them. No 8, yellow pine mast and spar timber. No 9, he is daily operating for. 1 be pit-pared for entering the advanced classes ic eol-!

S inconsistencies and emu, as that of any other Offers must be made for the whole of a class at white pine niast timber No 10, white pine. Noll, April 2<5, 165C. 17 I Icpe, and young gentlemen may be prepared, for coinmemciaL c-L1iI1i2e.

statesman. any yard upon one of the printed schedules, or in ash cypress. white oak boards. No 12. black wal- 1 pursuits or for entering upon the study of the I lIST received COO OUNCES Siilph

After alluding to Mr. Buchanan's early political stnct conformity therewith or they will not be con nut, cherry,mahogany. No 13, locust No 14, white REMOVAL OF INDIANS. learned professions A limited uuinbof student* of ft Farr Crane!, together with a great Quiniin variety.
ash oars and hickory bars. No 15, white oak staves, I
be accommodated
sidered. sexes may the
u of Clu-mieals. iH
course", the Citizen goes on to remark All articles must be of the very best quality, con and beading No 16. block spruce. No 18, lignumviliE. TIlE War reward Department for living having Iiniiuim authorized, who uper be I family of thi Principal. Board inay also be obtained April jnire 5. 135C.A AMES 1-1 i t LI V F.LY. .2 i ,

formable be delivered No 20"composition ana copper nails. No 21, may iu hcveral other fjini'.ies' in the town, at ,
to sample eize etc, to in good indwvd in for j prk.sary.-
: captured or come emigration. 1 will
order and in suitable vessels and packages, as the Iron. No 22, epiket, nails. No 23, lead, zinc, tin.- the following premiums for hostile Indians delivered lug from flO to Jl2i per month. For fuither part Olive Oil. I

For twenty five years-a full quarter of a case may be, at the expense and risk of the contractor No 24, pig iron. No 25, hardware. No 27, paints, pay to the Oommandiag Officers at Fort Brooke j t ticulars peetiug rates of tuition, regulation, Lc_ ttapj.ly SUPERIOR article far Table Just
or nv
No flax toceivcd
oils tc. 28 No
canvas. 29. cotton '
century-Mr. B. has, however; been an unwavering and in all respects subject to tbe inspection, canvas. Fort Myers SouthFlorida. to N. STEWART Piiucipul. b/ AMtIS &! LIVELY. 4
No SO flax snd cotton twine. No 31
glass.s..Jo 82
conservative Democrat of the Andrew measurement, count, weight. eU% of the yard where leather. No 33, hose. No 34, brushes. No 85, For. each warrior living. .. .. .260 to f 500. !| June ?, 1856. 23 April 5, 2856. 14 -V

Jackson School, and is, therefore entitled received, and to the entire satisfaction of the commandant bunting and dry good NO 87, pitch, tar, rosin. No ', woman- .. .. 160 to 300.

the and confidence the thereof. 38 tallow oil. No S9. No 40 boy over len years living. lOt to 200.
to respect of Atnerican soap shipchanelery. Flower Jars.
Bidders are referred to the yards for samples, and No 41 fire wood.PHILADELPHIA The highest rates will be paid fur all except the -
stationery. ,
people.Of a particular description of the articles; and, all other -v cry infirm and helpless, and ia these cases not less A LA RUE assortment of Mower Jan, vJiuus Si-

the gentleman nominated for the Vice things being equal, preference will be given to articles PENNSYLVANIA.No than above indicated. "J. C. CASEY. xci, Just received awl fur sale bv P I-

Presidency, we may also be allowed, in all of American manufacture. 1, white oak plank stock logs. No 2, white oak Captain U. S. A. AMES&LIVELY.' ''

candor and frankness, to ,that heis"worthy plank. Do 3, white oak promiscuous timber. No 6, Ft Brooke, Tampa Bay. April 5, ISO**.. Ji
and well qualified." He is of 500 Boxes Mulling Tobacco. yellow pine plank stock logs. No 7, yellow pine : April 26, 1856. 17-3m ____ -
one Kentucky'spobest
beams. No 8, yellow pine mast and timber. t- Salt-Salt-Salt.
TV) be received during the months of September _
eons-a high toned, chivalrous and JL Boxes of Mullin's No 10, white pine. No1 1. ash, cypress, dibite oak : *
and October next, 4 or 600 as ; Burning Fluid 11 SACKS of Salt fir sale by
eloquent man. His stock is boatds. No 12 black walnut, .
unexceptionable sorted-Tobacco. At a price less than can be purchased' cherry, mahogany.No U IIODUKISS. POQLE. 'Co.
nd his qualifications of the highest order. in New York or any'other Northern market Many 13, locust No 14, white ash oars and hickory OF a superior Quality, Just received and for sale Kocuiber 1 7, 1 ss.: 46*

Tbe .%American have tried it seasons before and expressed tbemselvts bars. No 18, ItgnumvitcE. No 20, composition and by AMES & LIVELY. Withdrawal of Lands inFLORIDAANDALABAMA.

Union, published at Griffin, satisfied of the fact. let others do the same. To the copper naila. No 21, iron. No 22, pike., nails. No -May_ 31, 1856. 22 -- --- ---- -- ---- .-- -- ;- ---

uses the following language : trade particularly I refer. Time given on Lots 23, lead, zinc, tin. No 25, hardware. Ne 27, pabU, Hew Groceries
The Cincinnati D. LADD. oils, etc. No 28, flax canvas No 29, cotton canvas. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. -

Convention has nominated 6 1856. 27 No 80, flax and cotton twine. No. 21, glasi. No S2, JUST Received, on Consignment which wi, offer -
Newport July j GROWTH OF
James Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, as their leather. No 83, koae. 'No 85.booting and dry goods.No 1855. : for cash. -

candidate for President, and John C. Breck Dissolution.THE 37, pitch tar, rosia. No 88, tallow, soap. oiL ;RUTA Baga, flat Turnip, Cabbage Beetn, Ac. IN pursuance of the act entitled An act granting SO LUga CoflTvO.

enridge, of Kentucky, for Vice President.Mr. .- No 89, BbipciuLndlery. received, public lands, iu alternate sections! to the State of 10 Tierces llic-. -

Buchanan Firm of Broome & Shine was dissolved by WASHINGTON D. C. AMES t LIVELY. Florida and Alabama, to aid in the coutttructiou 100 1lbl Lime, -
was nominated on the 17th consent on February 25,1856. January 5, 1856, 1. certain railroads in said S, Htes,*" approved 17th May, 500 Sacks Salt

and Mr. Breckenridge on the 2d ballot. It July 5, 1856. 27 No 10, white pine. No 11, ash, cypress, white 1866, all the lauds lying within fifteen miles on each JUCUAKDSOX A WHITAKEB. '

affords us some satisfaction to know, that if oak board No 12, black walnut cherry, taabogaoy.No Contracts side of the following railroads and branch named ia Newport, May 17, 1856. 20 4 4
14, white ash oar and hickory bar*. No 21. iron. for Trestling. said act to wit From St. John's
Mebsrc. Fillmore and Donelson must be beat "Homestead for $10 : river, at Jacksonville
No 22, spike, nails. No.23Alead, zinc, tin. .No 24, to the water of Escambia
(which we trust will not be the case,) that it $310,000 Worth of Farms and Building pig iron. Mo 25. hardware.- No 27-paints, oil, etc.'No OmCX PlXSACOLA AND GEORGIA R. R. Co. ) from Amelia Island, on the Atlantic bay,, to near the Pt-usacola waters of; Administrator's Notice.

will be by two of the very best and ablest LOTS 81, daw. No 37, pitch,tar rosin. No 38, tallow, .i Tallahassee, April 29th, 1856. J Tampa bay, with a branch to Cedar
"PROPOSALS ore invited for.th con- Key, on the \ LL persons having demands against the estate of
No No
men in the oil 39, hipchandlery. 48, tank and -
Democratic of Mexico
raaks. bq soap JL struotion wooden culverts and treeI (except the Tampa bay jwrtion south .L1 John V,'. Argyle late of Leou
TN the Gold Region of Culpeper o,Tirguriato .galley iron. No 44, chain iron. No 45, ingot copper. of with the county deceased,
The Creole, published at New Orleans .1. divided amongst!0,200 aubscribers. on the 17tb No 46, moulding Band, straw, etc. ,; tu.it.& jjiug on the line of the Penaacola and Oeor- Pensacola junction Florida Cedar Key branch;) and from are hereby iwtificd to present them U> the under- -

one of the of September 1868, for tbe benefit of Port Royal Female -, ?JGOSPORT gi4 Rail Road from the junction with the Tallahassee to Montgomery, Alabama, have, signed administrator. July authenticated within Lbs
first VIRGINIA. instruction
Know Nothing papers established Academy. Subscriptions ovtr nar POLLABB IACH, i1l liaad to the Suwannee River. Some cf the work by from this office, been suspended from time prescribed by Livv ortWanoticeilI! lw plwad

in the United States, Bays: one half! down, the rest oo the delivery pf UJP DIED. No I, wkite oak plank stock log*. No .t. whiteproniaoton \ 1 rred immuJiately. The construction of tha rest ale and Given location, until further orders. iu bar of their recovery ; ami nil p ru indebted to
timber. No 6, yellow pine stock logs. be deferred to be the under my haud.utthe General Land Office eaid estate
The Every subscriber will pet a Building Lot or a Farm maY completed as graduation are required make imm tfiat p7nieui.
ttfegraph announces tVt the Cincinnati ranging in value from t JO to tW.OOO. These Farms; If o 8, yellow bine mast and spar timber, No.lO, tfic'road progresses. For further particular and for at the City of Wa&ington, this tn cuty-third thereof to a C. LEWIS' Aduit'r.

Convention; Las nominated Hon. James and Lots are sold so cheap to induce ettlements, ,a white pine? Ho lKaahcjpre; s, elm board*. ";Nd 12, plan* and draft, apply at this office.-. day of May, 18fi6.THOS. May 24. 1856. 21 I,

Buchanan as a candidate for the Presidency, sufficient number being reserved, the increase b the black walnut, cherry, mahogany., .No 18. locust K< E.C.CABELIV President. June A. UENDR1CKS, Commwlontr. ?

and the Hon. J. C. Breckenridge for tho Vice value of which will compensate for the apparent low 14wln'teab oars.arwj hickory ban. No8, black LM&ylOI8$6. 19 7,185-J. 25 Walter (
Ko-18, lignutovlUB. No 20 and Jwynn
asked. will be given for praee. -
now Ample security ,
Presidency. TUG( selection is one which will price naila. -'No. Si iron. Jf -
copper No 22, cpikeBail? >>
the faithful performance of contract promises., : Notice.S FFEItS ida tfrvioes to
give mach satisfaction. Wd rixv tin.- No hardware. .Notice. O persons, wishing to inter
Mr. Buchanan is a tjgr More Agents are wanted to obtain subscribers, 28, -25, Fo,27,painU, land! iu the U.S. Land

statesman of character-a man who has exhibited to whom thb most liberal inducements will be given.Soms nil, etc.2'-No 58; flai eanf'aa. 'No 29, cotton'caaVai.. QJIX months.after" 4ate1 shall present my account L\ week*from date, we shall appy! % the Hon. V*arranU, or'otberTrUe. He OSiee.will aW bv )locating Laud
Nu 80, flax pad cottoq twiiif. BLgu.N$2, P vouchers Ac.to the Honorable Judge of Probate Jud of Probate prr proniptatttntion
abilities of no mean order, end it hothould Agents write that they are making fJOO per e of Leon county, for letter of t) such business OB b iatruited
leather. No 83, liosc ; No' 34, jrulis..No 89, Hamilton County for a final ettl roent as administrator adniinUtralioo the may to
month.? Advertising will be dune forever/ Agent j, ; upon estate of Lovet Green, late of in wtherof the other
succeed in obtaining tie! victory in where For full particulars. Subscriptions, booting and dry good No ST pitch; tar; rouo. "Ni on tb estate of Denis Doughrity, late of said ash! county, deceased. willbe oQicec in the aptoL nfuirir.aIkiugDeputTin

jWember we hhall Lave tho consolation of possible.&-. apply to E.BAUDER, 88, Ulfowr eoap, oiL; "No 29, eliipxhan'dlery. Jfe 4.0r' County, deceased, and auk to be a BcbargVil from said JOHN DUGGAR.ALCHY to senkes perronned.
Agencies, the SU4 Lat i Office, h i.fiut.. '
: *
.mJnwtration.. JAMES .
having W. C5 E1G ER.F
a President who is worthv jof the Catoline Co. Va. stationery.June28
Jtation Fort Iloyal. GREEN.: will! make nn charge f.>r basiiiwut In that Def An .
> 18f6. 2-4w b.2, 18Se May 2! ISSC. nt
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NEW GOODS.i Tffi3IAS ifTEI I THE 'PUBLIC. I I OT WOOL GROWERS. I For manufacturing Laco r's Improved Liquors, Cordials Process, Efli-r n.co, Dr. Mc'L NE'S

: 1 DO CERTIFY that in the year 1854. I visited FLORIDA AND GEORGIA. Beverages Vinegar. Bittern, Syrup, CELEBRATEDVERMIFUGE:

&NUF.cUrER of Copper and Shet 1ru.bi i Dr. W. IOe.le ':Infirmary A Grf Oa.for.the : FACTORY in want of wool, Essences, Wines, Ac. I
0 US A
JOHN PRAT RIO in all kinds of Plain nnd F.m- purpose o 1.btllu relief of 1 very jninful and distresaing -. :! To feed its Burr extracting tool," 12
OF vr.
ALL Liqron
the citizens!
cv Tin Ware, takes pleasure in informing CAEI the nose and eye. Mv nose was : Would ask the Farmers far and near I A.ND
MERCHANT TAILOR, ofT.Uwue and the surrounding country, that) l.c is II all entirely gone bcf.re I visited the Doctor betides I To send their Tani!ttJjfcees tnr.i rEx :. tLoc I

now prepared to wait on all that wish t patronize a very deep ultratkl on my cheek and itbont myeye. ,i If, free from dirt, the wool they wash, 'A N OUTLAY of$2 will furnish the apparatus for : .

Dealer In Ready Made CIotblBg! and him i his line of business. lie also tenders his thanksto al happy and proud to say that Dr. Moselv- Twill card, spin weavo it. in a flash XX., converting Whiskey sal Water into the strong theMVEBTPILLS.

; Gentlemen's FnrnlsMsf! Goods. b friends, and the public generally for the very I did relieve me, and Ln! it not been mv having t( ,j\Vur Monticello tYis is djiie., est,Vinegar in SG hours at a cost of two to three cents I: Two Ag.

__ .-_ _. liberal patronage with he has heretofore been expose myself to very extreme cold, bad weather, I i II Where, Cotton warp and } llini$ spun. per pallon. I
)- favored, and be hopes that a continuation of' the same i do believe.that I would have had no return of the1disease. : Where Osnaburg, (that none excel) The only veAseU necessary (ur this purpose are

FASHIONABLE win be granted him. "I I visited the Doctor a second time anti he Once seen to buy, at once eonipth. Wine of \\ bifkfj barrels. The'eubstances with which They are not recom-

He will constantly keep en hand:full supply of all relieved me again; and s far as the various leports I A lift of pi ices here ice add. they are filled, for the} purpose of making Vinegar, ,

SPRNG! AND SUMMER sorts of Ware usually kept in an establishment of hi abut the Doctors injuring or failing to relieve me, Send on your wool au
line of business. A fail assortment ofSheet they are positively fjlse. As regards Dr. Mosele\ I BM, for the rig.ls of Soutfirtn tnen, $ without the slightest knowledge of this bus

CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES. 'Sheet Lead; Lead Pipe. ; Sheet Zinc; Cistern Pump! skill in the Treatment of Cancers, I know of no Physician ; I I This "F.crony"llilllra(/* the Van, Incas are led imperceptibly into_ the process of menu : Cure-aIls, but simply for

aseoitmcnt of and a great many other articles too numerous to men in the wet Id that r would sooner relyon than ; In quiHtff. there's few can dareInjulric f facture, which i U by no means complicated.
6 I AM DOW receiving an extensive Wbite tion. him. As a SURGEONand PHYSICIANlie is equalto i: ( ) with it t i /' t This work i is to be found at No. CO Cnmp slrett what their name
I Cloth*, CaYi imere Vesting*, d'Ete i pur-
Drop .
t Mary T BUILDERS. any in the Southern States ; and I am happy to and at. the book store No. 46 t St. Charles street, opposite
Brown and Fancy Linens, White Figured I
i and Tin Conducting that I found him to be a perfect anti List of Prices Terms &c. tie St. Charles Ilofol Price *2 per copy. 'ibisamount ;
sei'Jes, all of which I am prepared to make up on Tin Roofing, Guttering, Copper say gentleman I ports. ,
I do in the mostvorknianlike Philanthropist and advise all afflicted with ; (two dollars) can be sent per mail in gvidi'! -
aad I ; le-, all \\bkhl.e promises to persons
that noJice in the motl fashionable ?yItz en reasonable Pipes I Tho Jefferson Southern Rights. Cotton and Wool
of the best visit the and and the woric sent per return mail purchaser_must en The
manner: and th-ll material C.inccr t DOCOnS son as pissible! ; VERMIFUGE for
terns. E.ictory, situated 1J mile East Monticello..Jelt..rwn :
; shortest notice and most reasonable terms have their health restored. RANSOM COOPER. I close 20 cents in stamps to pre pay and Register the ,
; -ALSO- on I C"'., Florida,on the Stage road to Alligator Fla., is now Bobk. Address
Hating been engaged for the last tight years in Rome. August 30th, 1855.C3T" Worms
in full and successful operation employing the latest HENRY WALTER A CO. expelling from
'he it to Mr. Ransom signed the above in Publishers.
F A LAnGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF I business at this place thinks unnecessary recommend Cooper mvpreseure. both in Cotton and Wool manufacturing
i the THOMAS PERICY Port Jfaster. improvement New Orleans, La.The .
farther to regards ,
hi'nselfany public the
Machinery. The goods from this Mill have thus far ; human has
READY-MADE CLOTHING value of this work baa
j his capabilities as a mechanic but at the same time } Rome August 30th, 1855. 3f- great been sufficiently system,
Consisting in part: of Cashmerette Frock and Sack, 1.I I assures all that favor him with a call, good work and h I !i brought the leading price both iu New York, New : proved by its adoption as a text book by the I also been
and Texas.
: Faucv Colored Frock and Sack Drap d'Ete Frock ,!I cheap Awful Case of Cancer Cured. Orleans I various liquor manufacturers of the city of New York I administered
prceto I The offer for sale at the following prices
4 Sack'and Sack and Buiu.,!. White old stand known Company I RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE:
Business from the PRESS.
Alpaeca ;i; formerly
: to that S. H.
\ certify of Crawford viz: with the
Brown and Linen Coats. Black D.sp crEtt'md White Slusscr. he will bo found at his stand corner Co1 Iarris. I. most satisfactory
Fancy as & I county, came to me year a Cancer Superior Cotton warp, all Nos. a SO cents( a i I Thia work will be found to supply the dealer in liquor
-. Summer Cawimere Pants White and Fancy Linen and of o foot stret"t where lie will be glad to waiton on his chin, of fourteen years standing, the chin- Bunch of 5 Ibs. by the bale of 40 Bunches and up ?, wine, vinegar Ac, w tba thorough teacher results various
Pant White and Fancy Marseilles Vests, Fancy all his THOMAS"WHITE. boned" saliva glands had"all become very much wards.! guide amid all the varied and, intricate processes of to animals

: :_ Plain Silk Vests Shirts" Collars, Cravats, I'ndert-hiit', Dee. I, 1853. 48lonnels diseased, and his constitution nearly ruined. Xlr. HnrI I I For a less quantity, one dollar per Bunch. this busine.s.-"': O. Pi-awnt. ;

; Dr wer!, Gloves, Hoi r: JOHN&( FRAETORItS. j ;; B iirntS. ris had been under the treatment of many eminent 1 For Filling, the same prices.No. It were a work of supererogation (to praise a book subject to Worms.

I physicians, and among them. was the great Dr. i iar. 1 Osnaburgs Ib per yard, 10 cents by the bale of Mons. Lacour's writing. The volume .Lefore us id
April 19. 1856. 16 I T ADIES colored straw Bonnets.JLj of Charleston l and also, the celebrated Dr.Shep I of 500 yardsand upwards.For remarkable for its completeness! and the exact practical The. LIVER PILLS, for

Ladies colored straw trimmed Bonnets, shall, of Macon. who treated his twice half bale directions which it gives. Old
&c. case without i a 10J cent manufacturers will
Wines, Syrups, .., pbin" .. removing the disease. He finally went to Dr. Mar I For Jess than half bale or by the bolt, 12 cents.( find all of the old modes entirely superseded. The, I the cure of LIVER COM
OLD OtmlBrmdv. fcpaiklmg er, It black shal. as lie informed, me the third time nnt he refus : Plain wool Kersey, heavy, a 28 cents by the bolt. use of the old formulas would appear as the "foam o!

Port, Old Port Juice white tatnd silk do any tiling more for him. Soon that time The wool department worthy the attention of ;I folly" in the presence of the new ones suggested in PLAINT all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS
Madeira, Brandy Chenies, I black (' size) .. Mr.Harris heard of the?mny wonderful cures that I i onr Planters, Burrs are not objected to, as they are I this work. One of the principal ohjeetppears to be I '

Sherry, Sardines, Ix i Children.. and I..ccJ straw had made, and vUited uic at Griffin, as a last resort readily removed by a machine for the purpose, but to avoid, as far as possible! the me of apparatus or ; SICK HEADACHE
Sparkling! Gelatin*, Preserved Quince!, ILtts. I commenced treating his case, and in six ; the wool should be washed clean of dirt and dried before I expensive (to the operator)appliances of any kind) in -

Flavoring Extracts, lars.Tamaiinds : For sale by DAVID C. WILSON. Cancer was all removed, and 1 the sore nearly healed. i I sending it to the Factory. TIle Co, solicit the I the manufacture of liquors AcAVw Yvi k Titan. &c. -

Yeast Powder, I October 13, 1855. 41 This case was seen and witnessed by tore: thin five i patronage of the adjourning Counties of Florida! and ''I This volume contain.? the art of preparing and putting .

.- Spanish Olive?, Spices, hundred persons.. I have the* Cancer now in my posscseion. I Georgia This Factory i.s an experiment, that should ', up the whole list drinkables, from a choice pipe Purchasers.vill
&. .
cr Starch. Pickles. ; Bacon, Bagging .c.TUST I and any person can see it In calling at my of- : not fail of support ; Florida) has been long dependanton of Otard Dupuy, of the Tintafrtof 1795 to a simple I please

Worettrhire S.u't Salad Oil, received per latest arrivals from New Or. tice, iu in Griffin. This case was witnessed bv her Northern neighbors for those articles-the material 'I pnd economical manner making cider without an' be

English Mustard, Cpri and New York, the fallowing articles. which THOMAS JONES of Giiflk.Dr. : of which lies at her own door. All wool sent i per} by fermentation. A friend Las applied the recipe I particular to ask for

Claret'n. they offer at the lowest cash prices: J. D. MARTIN, shall receive strict attention. I for converting :3 gallons of whiskey ;nt.. 40 gal I

:J LIVELY. 15.Caoh Bacon. 10 B:1c" Barring E. W. WILSON, I', Wool Char cs. )Ions with the most satisfactory results. Th.- latter Dr. C. McLane's Celebrated -

; January. 1S56. 20 Ilk; Flour, 1: Ps. Sr.i I lnd.1 .F. CRENSHAW, : quality does not possess an equal amouLt it ittoxicatiug -

--------CE-ICE--- -- -- -- j SO R"p.[ 10 Bbls. Whi k"y. I do certify, that nmclf, and many others of thin : For carding: in Batts for Matrasses 5 cents. per. Ibs'. properties to the former, though: the 40 gallons I I VERMIFUGE and

: 200-Ib*. { 10 BMs.Mess Pork, place were eye v.-ita"sses to the above stated case, j For Rolls Spilling 10 was of a much finer color, tarte, and odor.-J\n: York I!I

of Ice. 50 Kegs Nails: and that Mr.[ Harris left perfectly I wel To be weighed after it is carded. f Meehanie. 1 LIVER PILLS prepared by

Any ftuanity J JLOT RICHARDSON J VTHITAKF.R.Newport. .\. 1.TOX.. i For manufacturing wool into Plain Kerseys: the This much talked of book iJ at Land. It contain .1 I ,
cool stuff, and Oct-bcr27, 1855. 40 Griffin, May, 14, 1S5'!. : charge is 15 cents per'pard, the Mill furnishing the I macs information that is perfectly astonishing, and I II ) .
the j't
gt-unine anire1 -- ------ -- I if }half of the cloth. We ,
---- prefercd ) could !
------ --- -- warp. cr, ( one only havel>een acquired from actcal observation. }
bv the w.'i;on load, cwt ( Circuit Court. shall I lie, in short time I cmu\q (@J.\.o
In prepared a to If wish
)ou to see ingenuity look
Chalcr.-il.lmniltol To the Afflicted applied in
D. LADD. jof : Conditions.I II a copv of (3
By I :1 twilled goods., Our terms are cash or exchange for .I Lacour <*n Liquor. (
Willa \V. Burk, Practicability to have been
19 aj'pears
10. 1S5G. Cmplaunt di I most afflicted
Newport, May ---- r.. I .certify tnt was' horribly wit I WOOl at the marftet price, we will take cotton when the design of the author. No delays are to SOLE PROPRIETORS Pitts-
Cancer which caused necessary ,
a pain
-- tl my: upper me
: I,1t5cril'blC. the price is not above 8 cents. ascertain the results IfLt1
nnd Larkin and Eliza "I :
1 application
.Tobn V. Stephens. : After tr the skill the a recipe.-
Just Received, cT.r. : Pil- \ of'ul most JOHN M. PALMER, Agent. f We speak from actual observation. Pa. and take
Pilcher, J.,1 lileJ.r. Thomas j i eminrnt I could hear: and that -Phil. Sun burgh, no
PER" WM.: PETTIS" FROM NEW ORLEANS cher, and Wicker heirs at law of James | without Phnicans tl..1 Jefferson S. R. Manufacturing Co. I This work will'revolutionize the present style of
I gave up my case hopeless, and. as
:! Mile East
Extra and Superfine Flour, PiTcher Defendants. j I 1J manufacturing liquor".-Nfic Yirk lit raid. other as there are various
O f\ BB. | deC'ast"d. I thought, with death staring me in the f.ce. But for- April 19, 15t. 16-12t I I..acour' book for ,
4 .I uJ :1ag: prime Rio Coffee, : appearing upon affidavit to the satisfaction: of the j I tuottlf.r me, I heard of Dr. W. R. Most-ley's great and tructing in I be art of making I

2 Titrces S. C. Ia:1 I IT Court that the defendants. Eliza Fili-ber. John I'll- sucess'H the treatment of this disease, and as a last Notice.SIX I bottling effervescing temperance beverages, liquors other preparations now

2 Girks : : cher, Williau Pi'.chcr.! and Nathancl Wicker. lifirs at rClt. I placed mlt under his and in one wines, and pure vinegar for the table, should b. I,

:BI:, Sugar lW\e )L'itsei Law of James Pilchfr! deceased rei.le. ben.ulthe I moth from) the time he commcned tretmenl, perfectly months after date the undersigned, administra I! The In the bands! of every housekeeper in tbe countrv. before the public pur-

p : Vliikv. cf tLi Cuurt.to wit iu the state of Geor I sound, aUtlll\ been so ever since. of the Estate of R. E. Gibson deceased, will I copyright forbid, or we would give our readers' ,

:PitxcClaret. jurisdicticD I ELIZABETH JINKS. -!,rescnt her accounts and vouchers to the Hon. Judgeof this morning, some of the most valuable recipes that porting to be Vermifuge

_\vfwhicb! will be sold lo-.v by gia.It i is ordered tint the said ikfeiid.i'.UVo appear 1 Butts County, Ga, May 27, 184 Probate, fur Gadsden County. for final settlement 'I ever appeared in print. How so much information can

S. S. KN1GIIT. answer the aid i'Il on (.before the first Mon'l.Lvin I and will applv to be discharged from. the administra.torship be given for two dollars is tbe most astonishing feature and Liver Pills. All
_ connected with the book.
-- -A'fw York Time
-- June next el-e same will be taken Pro Conss'V of sail estate.
Horrible Cast' of Cnnce- Cured,
For Char1es"o f<- Provided this order;h:1 be published in some FLORIDA A. F. GIBSON, A mt'L LACOVROX LIQl"0a.-Thi5 is the most completework others in
: witbiu this once a week for the BY DR. W. R. MOSELEY, M. D. April 28,1S56. 16-6m on the manufacture of liquors that we ever mt comparison
Newspaper period
Exported to arrive. The Biz. I do! that I f'Ir with ; it contains an immense number of formulas
I 'i6DAILEY of four Months prior t said ti-r e. ctrtify was many years flilyatnic. 'I .
winch "il Ifave r.ith despatcli J. WAYLES( BAKER. Ju! ted with Cancer on Ill) Lip and Chin, I tried all the HidesVanted.. making e"ery"aritty of liquors,wines,cordials, bitters, I with Dr. MCLANE'S, are

for the above port Being last trip fi-r this -cason Mitchell':and Stewart, Solicitors Coraplamai.t:( remedies I C"tl I h lrli, but found no relief.; I finally i '.., I syrups vinegar Ac. The work is published by subscription
BEEF HIDES Wanted for hichtlle
PlantersviU Jo well to avail themselves of this the subscribers worthless.
opor- 2. 1S5C. heard cf Dr. R. M'" -.Icrl.:1t succiu the ,5)OOO' ; are dealers! and importers
tunity of supplvinz to Cbarlef-ti-n. j February- -- -- -- -: - -- treatment <. Cancer: affections and vitited }bin at 11 highest price wi.l be paid. Also Deer i liquors in this city. This alone woud! speak mere in

RICHARDSON) i.WHITAKER. t. BookBindingHAVING -. Griffin, and in tl.e course- of fix weeks he had! the CanCEr and Otter skins. DAVID C. WILSON' i favor of the relmbl1Jtofthe work than could be oth The GENUINE McLane's
Tallahassee, September 29, 1855. S9A7lJ
New 19, 1&5C. 16 erwise said. y. 0. 2)elta.
Af"1 -
l.rt all icni"vcJ. I would n-lvisf i all that are atll! __ __ _____ _ ___ __ u __ ____ procured the services ('fa Bindci.: we with the disease to \visit l.i-n and have their health I March 1, 85G. 9-6m Vermifuge and Liver
to do all business :
prepared CLARKE
For sale. pertainingto restored. He i i. beyond all kind of doubt, the most I ,
.) that department on reasonable terms. skilful Cancer doctor in the Southern State I Quit Drinking Poisonous '
MERCHANT TAILOR Liquors I Pills be had
T A A SACKS SALT, in first rate order by MrDOUGALL J HOBBY. can now at
OU'J S. S. KNIGHT. March 1.1 So" V,
i JtEvERI.cEs-Dr.J. D. Martin: Griffin. Ga. Dr. J.Y. DKAI.KK: ix RBADY MADE CLOTJIINO AND all
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1S55. S5 making kind. of respectable
September 1 --- NEW I ITQWJE U 00 H S. M. Puckct harris county, Texas ; Grccr Bishop (;.:-TLKHE 'S FCRMSIIIM GOODS.receiving Liquors and Vinegar, Drug
Griffiu Ga.Scirriazis.
lI Garden Seeds 1TOW at tile well known old stand for- Stores.
TNSTANTLY, by the use of Lacour's i
& MYJvRSVRE 1., inerly occupied by Clark Stillmnn, a general JL Essential I
FRESH erpply of fresh seeds from Tlioiburu's, nw 'receiving; ; by recent, Breast ran lie Cured. assortment of Superior Ready Made! Clothing Furnishing Oils. I FLEMING BRO'S
., landing per Iitie and f.r fali bvMcN from New York afaslivre'.l Goods CloL: Ca imcres &c. I'I'i These Oils are obtained by Distillation at the Chem ,
.1 LE1'hIE PUBLIC READ I i Vestings, composed -
A LTG 1IT A ORMOND. i'Jn. l and fcelected stock of in of the following articles I lent Laboratory (parish Jefferson) of Pierre iacour, ,I 60 WOOD ST., PITTSBURGH, PA.
f Iv to the amicted, and the gratitude and I I part Author Lacour's Chemical Laeonr's 3
New Port, Jan. 12.! 1850. 2 mercy high Fine Black Dress Frock Coats. Analysis, Chemical !
Walclics! mid .Jexveli y, I opinion I uittilaiii of DR. MOSELEY as a Surgeon I I I Manipulations, Lacour on the Manufacture of Liquors i Sole. Proprietor
I -- --- -- ----- Black and Col'd Breasted Frock and
Cncisticg i of c. utl.',men"* god! hunting levers!, 1,1ie.I! and Physician: I deem it my duty mention the case I Busincs* Coat, Single I d.e.I.ACOTR'S. SCO VILA MEAD

_: Planting Potatoes.BBLS. roil Ie.cr.silver Ic..er, hunting, anchor lepine I of my wife, hoping at the name time that all personaFiniifarly Fancy Ca .iu1C're do. do. do I OIL OF COGNAC converts neutral No. l\l. Charters SL New Orleans

9 b .Y rllow Potatoes,jnetlanchrp :in fie orfj quartier Watches ; Cameo, Mo-aie. Coral and all gold I afflicted may bo .1 liencfilted by it. In the I Black and Colored, Cloth Overcoats, I I spirit to n superior imitation of Imported Brandies, General Wholesale agent for the Southern States to-

dcr, and fcr tale bv h.r pins anJ Barrings, nec-LLtees, gill" atr l jet cn 3 first pa 11 of this year, my wife had several unall lumps Black Dovskin Pants. viz : Otard, Sarzerac Marett, Cognac, Ponltney S.ig- I whom all orders must be addressed. '
bf>s-m i.ins and, locket for hair aid eerr""- to make thtir >canincu in her breast thy continued 1 netee United Vineyard Properties Castillion,and Lon
)I s.\UGHT.ORMOND ;'; al'l] ; Fancv and, Cord! Cassimere Pant, I Sold by Ames J t Lively E. Barnard. Jr, MHea .
New Port, Jan. 1:, 1 2 t types; gold an'l 1 hair bra
__ ___ __ __: __ __ ___ I tine plain, iam'D'1 ruby pearl and tj rnct, oiiyx and a oici" ;d I ma", and very painful. I procured the i Fancy Velvet do. i I flavor, and beautiful sparkling color. Common Qnincy; Gardner fc; Mills, Newport; W. T. Carpenter '
cornelian diamond in best medical aid the of Rome, and iiotwitlittanding I I Rectified Whiskey will be the I
Groceies.Co fncr rings; gentlemen' : in city do. Cass. do. Cashmeres, i changed by use of the : t Co, Waukeenab ; Mosel- & Pope. Madison ;
sleeve b tn plain, cameo, onyx and cornelian ; : I tL> tarne-t aol 1 faithful attention of the most White ilar aillcs. do. D.B. i Oil: of Cognac, to New York Brandy, Pine Apple Palmer & Bro, Monticello. S.Pulesten. HooticeUo

nE: !n-ar. aborted Beans, Liasced 0:!, and great variety of,rtud?, fine gold, ve>t. fb and guard i skilful /h.icia..s, Am continued to grow worse and! : -ALSO- Brandy common Cognac Brandy,
\ ,:!. :-\, i", fLc;.: .Af: chains. Hah key, j goil and Mvr p< n roil pencil I cases I worse, until they gave the case up ll'l incurable, and, A fine a"' otmfnt (>f Shirts.Collars, Cravats Black LACOUR'S OIL OF RYE changes common Rect- on, Marianna Nicholson t Zeigler, Bainbridge.Ga,
.- MrNAUGHT :ORMOND. .' acd cold, tiivcr and ted: !spectacles, gold and silver I advised nmp tatin.: I was ad\iscd] ; by many of Iny I White and Colored!, Kid and Silk Gloves, self adjusting Bird Whiskey to Monongaheja] Rye Whiskey,"old Virginia I D. IL Dickinson, Bainbridge ; E. Seixas Tboouunlle,
;! New Port. Jan. 12. 1&:1. 2 thimbUa. fncnd-i to visit DR. W. R. MOSELEY[ of Griffin, (;a., Malt Whisker, Bourbon Whiskey, Ac.
and Merino Ga.
Stocks, Cotton Under-shirts, Jeans. !
I which I did, and, astonishing it s'ern, he hailer I OIL OF CEDRAT changes
and Gun may common Rectified
Tine 8-1
: ) Drawers Brown Fancy Cotton, and 1 Lisle Thread i February, 1856. j
Cntcl' i
Notice. / cntinCIlTrd vlihin one month and ,',e ft not"in Whiskey to old Irish Malt Whiskey and
a superior __
Dinner breal fa.-t knives without LI Ka, kaivrsand Hosf, White and Colored Cambric Handkerchief*, all : -
., Q IX months after 1ate we present cur a CI'untdU an. rjuvdlifaith !! I would advise all who are afflicted I article of Scotch Whiskey.OIL .
"i < :I (' sttts, carvers mil steel single, fine pocket I of which are offered to the public on reasonable terms i In Leon Circuit Court. In Equity
with bcirrhu", and Cancerous aflTcction-a, to visit the OF PEACH change
and to the Judge of Prubate of *common Whiskey to Virginia -
..ucer shears, scis-crs awl fiLe doublebarrelled"laminatedsteol and warranted as good as offered in this Market.-
Ila-flilton C'unty, for a final settlement of the estate :I: cutlery, and f-tub razrl twist; Dpolor without delay, as I am satisfied by experience Call and examine. I. Peach Brady :. OilofPeachandgOilof Cognacwill John Martin, Complainant,
of David late of said and ask 1I; common aol observation, that he i is the most skillful physician I convert common Whiskey to Apple Brandy. VI.
Iat county tetas .1 shot r.f fine and November 10, 1855. 45 !
to disc-barged as administrators.EDWIN] :I guns, pouches \aricu patterns in the Southern tate', in the treatment of that horrible OIL OF GIN converts the poorest Whiskey to Holland John P. K. Savage, and his
flisks, cleaning rods andwads --- -- ---- --- I )
b F. WREDE. : common powder : Elft caps disease-Cancer. I Gin. Scbeidam Schnapps Rose Gin, Swan Gin wife, Martha B. Savage,
Manufactured Tobacco
and for
I wad
cutters, i
materiaL guusmihs. and Baker Trustee
ELZABEH Admilistratrp.March i Sih'cr)1 Plated Ware. M. E. MITCHLLL, I SHALL receive some 400 Boxes of various brands i CONCENTRATED ACID willin five Complainants.

J : 1, i&;;. 9m Silver table, desert and tea spoons, silver fOlk soup Davghltr uf J. W.; Bradbury, Rome, G J. Mijllciw"! Manufactured Tobacco on consignmentagain hours after being mixed change five gallons of good IT appearing to the satisfaction cf the Court, that

-.--- i and cream ladles, butter and pickle kni\e i p'.ated! Rome, Ga., October 25, 1854. this season 100 Boxes now on the way out- I Vinegar and twenty-five gallons of water to thirty Defendants John P. K. Savage, and his wife

; folks and spoons, waiters, caster cake and fruit baskets -- Merchants will do well to bear this in mind, and it I' gallons of the meat acid Vinegar that can be found in Martha B. Savage, reside beyond the limits of Florida -
months aftrr! publication of this I electro plated tea sets and communion service A C.A.B..D..Au. will be sold lower than same quality can be laid down the markets. By the use Lacour's Concentrated viz: in the State of Georgia-It is ordered that
: DAicl
SIX undersigned! R.lmiuistrator]frt of.the estate of butter, sugar and cream dishes, elmmlter and parlor; th'it desirous of themselves for from usual markets, and on time to good par i cid, Vinegar can be made fur one dollar and sixty cents they appear and plead answer,or demur to the Cornplainant's
lh5r audleeticks, Cvlhrs, Lcqu-t holders, card and persons are availing tiea. DANIEL LADD.Newport : barrel. bill at Rules to be held in*the Clerk's office
Branch dc will sal per
Lewis H. accounts
present DR. MOSELEY'S services. will find him at
and. vouchers to the eln hmlNFIRMARY, BROADWAY, G RIFFJN,GEOlt- -. -- -------- I
and ask to be discharged from their administration 1 Articles. GIA. Executor's Notice. no preparation-only pouring the Oil into the Whiskeyand else the said Bill will be taken pro eonfttto as against
celalcons I wed. them. It is further ordered that of this Order
shake The Liquids thus made will havee a
(-\id estate. ", WOI k boxes, pearl, Berlin Patients l..oadcll at ?1 day, or ?I6 month. copy
'dies' icticules, satLel per per months after date I will present final ac
.. 1 < SIX my fine natural aroma-a full, rich oily taste-a beaut be published for thiee months in some newspaper published
BRANCH. )t and mouaios, jx-arl card case, co1 FEES in all to be agreed before under
JOStPI Adnrt is. : iron, mroee port cases upon and vouchers to the Judge of Probates for ful color and fine bead. Lacour's Oil in the city of Tallahassee.Done .
BRANCH, f 1 ml beads, coral nt"ck1ace.and armlets, jet taken. No case will be received into this establishrner.t transparent a
IE I tracelt, Leon Gounty and apply for a final discharge from i exert three distinct properties in and ordered at Chambers, this 14th of February
;_ Dee 29,11:5. 526m '! necklaces, and bosom pins, napkin rins1 h-iir: an. tothI I unless it ii believed on examination that it can i the office of Executor of W. O. Hvlton, deceased. I Whisker to Gin :. The first common 1856. .
Brandy ,
I brushes, hat revivers shell india rubber and be cured), or admit of relief. All cases rejected will WiLK CALL, Ex'r.Dec. property com ,_
,bines with and subsides in tbe form of Floculent J. WAYLES BAKER *" &
Town Property for Sale. combs, china and wax dolls, razor strops and I invariably be charged, fur examination and a vicc. particles
ivory 22, 18:5. 51-6m
I the whole of the grain oil, (Amylic Alcohol. February 16, 1856. 3in-7
i )
belts cigar cases, f duVers pailor and \Illdtrr., to entitle them to notice, must enclose
f THE undersigned offers at private sale, the follow- i door money belL bobeiui ,n glass al.er, china vases and baskets a "stamp" fur the pnvment of postage and be direc Hides The whiskey is thus deprived of that peculiar irritating -
described property, known as the Lots, i and burning taste, and becomes a neutral spirit GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
J.uil I terra cotta vases and pitchers, perfume bottles, ted to W. It. MOSELEY, M. D,
; vir: Jot o 3. 25, 27, 3", 48, 140, 141. 12. 143, I cases, centre 6U pr-nfci iot and side lamps, lamp Griffin, Georgia. WANTED in any quantity, for which the highest I the seooad property consists man ocly mucilaginoustaste -0---

: 144, 227.: 235. 23- ,240. 241, 242- 243- 244. 243. jewel chimneys and violins and bow*, guitars, February 23, 1856. ly-8 price will be paid in cash or grocf rics. I imparted to the Liquors, which renders it mellow,

248, 21 C. 250. 252 253. 254 256. 257, 258. 568, all i shade tambourines, wick ". clarionets, and BROOME 4 HEIH.I and imparts an appearance of great age ; the third D'R. T. J. CUR LEE ,
in the original plan of the city of Tallahassee. I banjos, fine fetes other --- - I September 15, 1855 37 property, exhibited in tbe rich, vinous, nutty odor
fifes, guitar and violin strings, cologne Leon County Iron Works Practicing i Dentist ,
ALSO t -- - --- - ---------- that is imparted to the Liquor, which renders "distinc.
and general aaortmcnt of Toys. I
tion from the impossible. THOMASVILLE GA, and
Lots in S. Watches jewelry repaired promptly and in the I IN
1.2,3, 4,5.6,7, County
:Oi. qr.ALSO I. best ane nnillS Establishment is now in full operation. All NEWPORT,. 535" These Oils are put up in quart bottles each and MADISON FLA. and their respective and

Octolicr mane.I 20. 1 S55 4 -. J.. orders will be attended to with promptness,and f I HE undersigned still carries on the above business bottle contains sufficient Oil for making 300 gallons of adjacent counties. He inserts any number of Artifioial -
I I _ ._ : -_ -___ all work with and JL liquor. Full and comprehensive directions Teeth, from ONE to a FULL sett on the latest
L-.ts N-s. 4. 12. 13. 15, 16, 22, 25, 39, 40, 48, 61 done neatness dispatch.All in all its branches. Buildings wall calculated for accompany -
r: G' il the South I County Notice kind of work, such as Steam Work, Mill Work despatching wagons. D. LADD the bottles. Price $2 per bottle. improved principle, giving them that beautiful lifelike

'. The abova described property quarter. formeily belonged I will Gin Gearing Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery, I Newport September 2,1854. 35 2f One bottle of these Oils (five in number) will appearance which approaches Nature so nearly
montbs'auVrdflte, we present our accounts, Brass I be securely packed and shipped (with [bill of lading as to challenge detection by the closest observer.
I to Gov. Brown. Forfuilher information and term, SIX the Hon. Jud! of Probate of Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers Plough Castings, )
V which will be liberal, apply A.Perry Amaker, Esq.. I tc., to for final settlement;e of the estate Castings, &..; also, Sugar Kettles of any size kept John McKarspencie ) In Gadsden Circuit Court free charge, to any part of I he country upon the Persons needing Dental operations on their NATU
t Hamilton County, a In of 110 to tbe address of RAL Teeth and wish him to can by
s Attorney at L'w. constantly on hand. All work done in such establishment n. > Equity. receipt perform them
TaIu13' ( P. MANNING. I, of Stephen Kerth late of said County deceased, and wilt be done by us, with a particular regard to Mary McKarspencie ) Bill for Divorce. P. LACOUR, New Orleans. applying SOON, have them done at the following price
CHARLE ask to be discharjri-d as Executors of said e tatc.j to the eati"faetion'oCtLe court affidavit March 11856. 9m which will be found to MUCH lower than has ever
Until the property be for rent I the strength and! duiability} of the work. IT appearing by _
:o'e A. PERRY AMAKER. j Competent Workmen always in'readiness toput 'I of D. P. Holland, solicitor for the. complal- been offered in this section of country befor. to-wit:
i\ BASSET Exts. up Come One Come All .
16 1S36. 7-tf WILLIAM J Engines. tc. ant, that tbe defendant resides beyond the junsdic I For filling teeth with Gold Foil, f 1 00.f 1 60, 12 00

Februaiy !f Feb.- -16. 185 r. 7 Terms will be liberal, nnd all work done strictly for tioii of the court, but within the slave of Florida.It ,I AD) examine DAVID C. WILSON'S large and and$2 60, vary ing,according to SIze of cavity and

BOOKS BOOKS BOOKS ! Circular & Upright Saws. cash, or accepted orders on some }business firm in this is ordered, that this cause be set for hearing upon : selected stock of goods purchased by him amount material used; Extracting teeth, in orncx '
I ( place. Liberal prices paid for old Iron, Copper nnd the facts charged in the bill,on the first Monday self consisting not only of the realities of life,but also only CO cents-out of office, $1.

g r t'iter 'rom New York, the : CO.. and Wc-lch &Glific-th, Circular Saws Brass. in September, 1856, unless the defendant shall on or tbotffc article well adapted to please all!, not only in His PRICI fora full upper or lower ecU of teeth onPLATI

i p f JUST ucw Books: "The OldHomstt'a. I-OF. 43 and 52 sizes, on hand I and for All letters must be addressed (post paid) to before that day enter his appearance aud demur, I I quality and styles, but in prices. This stock is not only (with CONTINUOUS GUMS if necessa/y.) sonly

by Mrs. Ann S. Strphens.BnJ D. LADD J. M. SHINE Tallahassee, Fla. I plead, or answer to said bill. It is further ordered, ,large, but selected particularly for the Florida markets {6 per tooth, and perfect satisfaction guaranteed1

her former WOI k, FaliO r.nd Famine." The j i New Port ov.3, 1855. 4 March 11, 1854. 10 i that a copy of the above order be published in some which he feels assured be will be able to sell as in every instance. -

work exhibits unquestionable power, command oflan- II I I ------------'----- -- -- -- -- -- -- I newspaper, weekly, for three consecutive months previous low, not only for cash and tbe produce of the country Those desiring his serricesxjui any portion of the

gnage vigorous description strong passion and dram : Notice Contractors.' Most Approved Corn Mill In Use. I to said first Monday in September. Done and but also to those who have been dealing with him above named counties or any other section of country

atic force. .My First Season," a under the I, passed at Chambers, this 6th of May, 1856. for years. All those wishing to purchase we would can upon application by letter to either of the above-
guiseofan antobiographv. i i" nt'wno\c wrilt"u gr nee i OFFICE .STATE EXCIN'EF.E, BUE.NAVISTA, } 100010'\ the most approved LANIER CORN J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. advise to call and see these splendid named Post Offices,or otherwise,receive prompt ttlentioo.
and beauty, sparkles with imagination I is sustained 11 j OUAXGE MILL P. O..ST. JOHNS RIVER,FLA, V for sale by the Subscriber. These May 10, 1856. 10 Glace, Chene, Satin Plaid and striped .
of and i AUGUST 20TH, 1855. ) Mills have been for some time in use through this re Solid and Plaid Brocades .- -
throughout thought ,
by originality oxpreation. -
"THverino." from the-pen of Madam I i CfEALED PROPOSALS wi be received at this gion and lower part of Georgia, and give perfect sat Oro de Rhiues and Black Silks of all price and aESEaENCEI :

) Sand. .Rose Clark" Fanny Fern's!last novel,George together J, O Office until the 20th August, 1856, for constructing is(action, grinding with ease 40 bushels and the rise Per Wm. R. Pettis qualities, JCDGK CoLE Macon, Georgi.t.Hor. .

I with .Ruth hail.""Fern cae." and .Life and : Canal, with its necessary appendage, in the day, with less than the ordinary gin power applied t FROM XE W ORLEANS.f Black and colored Velvet, .J. L. SJTWAED, )
:- Beautie* of Fnnny Fern."* Rose Clark upholds! the reputation | such as Lift Locks, Guard Locks Basins, Ac.from to it. The maker furnishes a band toput it up; Solid and plaid Cashmeres and Merinoes JUDGE Lovt v TbemaiTiUe G*
Lake Hnrney on the St. Johns} to Indian River, a distance nnd one warranted to give perfect satisfaction.Call Solid, plaid, and figured Delaines, J.
: of this distinguished female It is every ) A CASHS, Sides and Shoulders s. WOOl. EsQ. )
9 intensely interesting and claims the nUentJI nov"lut of the I] of thirteen miles 3.410 feet ; authorized by the and examine them at D. LADD'S. \\J 75 Bbls. Extra Family Flour Embroidered plaid and black Alpacc&s W. S. DILWORTB Esq, "J
I i General Assembly, of the State of Florida, at its seaI April 21, 18u5. 16 Black Bombazines, I IMessrs.
reader from beginning to end. Napoleon, 100" Superfine C. Q. FIJI; Esq,
I. embellished with steel ALbtts I, sion of 1854-5, by An Act entitled An Act to provider 60 Rectified Whiskey, Spanish and Mohair Debaigea W.A J. &nD, f MooticeCo.! Fla.
complete; beginning --- -- -- -- ----- -------
,.- with the Emp in this .
the Consulate, Empire and Banishment. His trials .: Stt 25" Prime Black and colored and silk Talmas_ S

-( and nre related with great and the Proposals will specify tbe amount fur which the Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. 5" Syrup, English plushed Talma -
stregb. woik will be done, the mode and manner in which
.4 Dotted and embroidered lice V"ilI.
style UD8UrR any Sub* are made, whether lands or received from New York bark R. II. Gam- 6 Lard, .&mos db Li.ve1.y
solicited. payment t b moneys JUST per 6 'Rice, Solid plaid and figured Bareges,
'; rb5 t Harper's Magazine arc Tle I or portions of Mans!, Profiles and estimate can ; a general assoitnunt of articles in our line, Black and colored Shalleys, TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA
with Dickens Little 6 Hhds. ,
'. jear bn i Jaoa Doret. be seen at this office, and informatinnobtnincd by such as Oils of almost every kind Burning Fluid, !
McDOUGALL A HOBBY. any C Boxes Star Candle. Welch Silk and gone Flannels fIiIiJ WhoUnl*'and Retail Dtalart la .
.- t j the undersigned} at .Orange Mill Post Office White Lead, Zinc and other paints, Window Glass of
addressing and
Red Flannels
February D, 18M.( 6 St.John River, Florida" Proposal will also best quality Putty Brushes, Potash, Soda, Sparkling For sale 19 by 1856. 16 R. H. BERRY. Opera Flannels yellow of all colors. I.: DRUGS AND MEDICINES: 11

Plows Plows be received for constructing a Rail Road over the Gelatins,London Mustard, French Brandy (very beat) I -April English and Erench embroidered bandf, Perfumery Dyestuffc Surgical Instrument .

same gro1)') }'. L. DANCY for medicinal purposes, Spice, Pepper, Lemon Syrup Executor's Notice. Lace and linen C. Handkerchiefs Spices Snuff Window Glut Flint,
: LARGE lot John Moore's Plow, No. 1 and 2 State Inks Quinine Peruvian Bark. Fluid Extract BBchn,
i Engineer, State of Florida. Emb'd Collar and Undereleevta Oils Vanishes Manufactured Tobacco.PaUntMediflnes .
A Handkerchief Putty
: from tio. nnd for br tc. and assortment of Patent months after date, we will present accounts
landing My ate I 81, 1855 8511 &c. a general Popular SIX Embroidered Chemoisette and Collarettes and Glass Ware, ,
Aq6t m vouchers to the Hon. .f Probate for
McNAUGIITkbRMOND. Medicines.; We keep none but the beat and Judge
very Wine and Braudl"ad
Blue, brown and Veil Bareges Fine Soaps Fine Tooth, Pure
; New" Port, Jan. 12, 186.- 2 Blacksmithing.1HE hope to merit your. patronage. tbe said County of Gadsden for final settlement and Black love Veils,green. Hair Brushes for lledknttl purposes
/ MILES NASH, Thread Cotton and Linen Laces !
have formed deceased. Paint BrmbeFaocrArtieJee.
Cod Liver Oil. Fillyaw ,
Undenie Marx-h 20,185C. 18
_ ..1a for.thepur- OWEN L. & JAMES FILLYAW, Extort.April Cambric and SWIM edgings and Insertinji Garden Seeds FiDe Hanna 82r
xTBESH & PURE of the celebrated Brands" HeJL :_- pose' of carrying on the Blacksmithing ------ -- -- --- 12,1856. 156niAdministrator's Bobinet and Mantilla Laces, They bare recently received a Large and Frf'

giman Clark &Co.
V For .alebj AMES LIVELY ular attention Bu.ints i i. given to Carriage and Spring Work, hereby given, that we shall make application,six -- Curtain and'Dresa Calicoes ? Planter and Physicians.will always'Cod
18 J Notice.
: Aprils 1658. 14 and to hying Axles of all kinds of Vehicle The mouths after dale, to the Hon. Probate Court of Embroidered Lace Curtains, at tma establishment full supply of.verything oe"

-:-- hop i ia convenient to the Livery Stable of P. B. Bro Hamilton County, to be dismissed from the administration NOTICE hereby given,that the undersigned will White, black and slate hosiery ded, and on the mot liberaTtenn ..

k Wanted !.Wanted; J kaw, and special attention given to torse-shoeing. of the Estate of James S. Ross,late of Hamilton expiration of six months file bis vouchers White and black silk hosiery, Orders from the Country prompt) filled and uti$ c-

r purchase 60 likely NISGnO MEN. from 18 to I '?.ring: implement of every description done to or- County, l1et e.flS8t1. and a->ply fpr a final discharge from 'the administration Ladies and (Gent black and eol'd Kid Glove, tion guaranteed with regard both to prioct and quality. d -
of the estato of Natlien Holt, deceased. Misses colored Kid Glove; Phytician'i pretcriptioQ earerolly eo ipooad ;
years of /*\wbicli tba highest| price hiaWi der. P. B. BROKAW, AMOS CHESHIRE Adm 'r. 'r .
will b nni: A. \f t'Mo. S. S. KNIGHTM.rKf f H. B. FITTS.Jan. ELIZABETH) CHESHIRE, AJml'x. I PATRICK SMITH/Adint'r. Ladies and Gent bock- and Kid Gauntlet, Atso Eppmg't compound Fluid E'1tnct. of BUChU.JauS

l5f. 1: 12:-!, 1830. :.l,v Feb. ", I 1850. 5 May ? 16'6. 18 October, 185: 11 1856. 1