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 12, 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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The Floridian & JournalIs EDWARD HI. WEST. ; [From the Washington Union.] Sir: I have this moment received your I letterof moral, or religious or under :any pretext J feet two in his boots, and was as fond of ni

published every SATURDAY, by Attorney) and Counsellor at Law \ Mr. Buchanan and Henry Clay. the 15th instant, and I hasten to return an whatever, with the view to their alteration or i I frolic as the most rattling lad in the country. j)
could drink lilt" heavier
I an sver. subversion, u not warranted by the Constitution i He more liquor, a
JAMES: S. JONES, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR, TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. The Cincinnati Gazette expresses nston- I In one respect I have been fortunate as a tending to endanger the domestic bag o'meal7 and play better gamp of

At.THB.EE DOLLARS per annum, in advance. April5,1856.. 14 : ishment that old Clay Whigs should be found public man. My political enemies arc obliged peaco and tranquility of the States interferred ;i poker" than any man in his circuit. The

---- -- .-- !t willing to support Mr. Huchauan, and a. to go back more than thirty years to find with, subversive of the objects for which the I i admirable qualifications, of course, rendered _
TERMS OF ADVERTISING.One JSrE w BOOK.S.i I Constitution formed and him the most popular judge on the bench of
;; mongst other reasons, alludes to the charge I plausible charges against me. was by necessary
square of 12 line, or less first insertion, $1 00 i, JUST RECEIVED' !I In.1814. when n. very young man, [being consequence, tending to weaken and destroythe 1 his district. Yet be never lost hit dignity _
!j History of England, Vol. 8 4 4, that in 1824 Mr. Buchanan mixed
was I .
each subsequent 50 np while his bench. There he
: Irving' Life of Washington this day 56 years of age,] I made my first Union it*elf. .| on was fcteru. .
Profeesioua. ] and Business Cards inserted at $10 per j! Calhoun's Complete' Woiks. with a plot to break down Henry Clay.- public speech heforb a meeting of my fellow 3. Resolved. ; That this Government was I' haughty and dignified. The least approach

annum.Advertisements not marked with the number of !I Bancroft's
I insertions will be continued until forbid, and charged |1! Alone.-Tbe Hidden JIcDOUGALL Path. t HOBBY. following triumphant reply : speech was to urge upon them the duty of 'I this Union as a common agent, in orderto !I was always resented by a fine and,sometimes .

accordingly. i < volunteering their services in deferfce of their I carry into effect the powers which they .:! by imprilo'ument.11, it happened
12. 1856. 15
i April Now, it is well known that although Mr.
jy Certificate!! of publication of legal or rotate I I invaded country. volunteer company was had delegated by the Censtitution for their one day, while h! was holding court, that
fee i is j I Buchanan ardent and devoted fiiend
was an
will be until
notices not given. advertising I Just Received, I raised upon the spot in which I was the firstI I mutual security and prosperity ; and that in Mr. Dewzenbury, a rough looking, but inde-
-. j of General Jackson and one of bi$ most ablet
1 f\A SACRED HARPS. t believe, to enter my name as a private.We .- fulfilment of this high anJ sacred trust, this :I! pendent customer, came into the court-room
t and before and after his
I 1U) McDOUGALL fc HOBBY. eloquent supporters forthwith proceeded to Baltimore, and Government is bound so to exercise its pow. ]! with his bat'on his head. This the judge
j April 12, 18M. 15 j election to the presidency, the above accusations 1
; TALLAHASSEE sorted until we were hcmorably discharged. ers, as not to interfere with the stability and considered an indignity offered to the court ., _
1 FLOYD & HOLLAND of complicity in any plot, or in any 1 Fti October, 1814, I was 'fleoted a member security cf the domestic institutions of the I I IOd forthwith ordered Mr. D. to take off his

FEMA1E A{ADEMY at Law. j I dishonoiing, are imputatious entirely unfounded.against Mr.They CUy'sintegrity are I of the Pennsylvania legislature; and in that States that compose the Union ; and that it |!!i, hat. '

0-- Attorneys :1 disproved by the letters of that distinguished : body gave my support to every measure calculated is the solemn duty of the Government to resist {:, To this Mr. Dewzeubury paid uo attention,

I: '-TILL practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle I in my opinion, to aid the country I to the extent of its constitutional power, which being observed by hia honor ho ordered .
A. M. Principal himself the of
Rev. W. W. Chllders, I T and West Florida, and iu the Court I statesman by correspondence "
Supreme "
against the common enemy.In i all attempts by one portion of .tho Union to i!! tho sheriff to take the man's hat off. I -
Teacher of Music. j of the State. Also in the District Court of the United his friends, and by tho direct statement of I
H. II. Brown j I "
I' 1815, after peace had been concluded use it as an instrument to attack the domes-I II Take your lint off, cried the sheriff. Mr. '
in )
States, the 2forthern Di-trict of Florida. l his own chosen biographer. I "
0- I R.J. FLOYD. Office AJ'ahr1.lcl'la Fla. Idid express opinions in relation to the cans. tic institutions of another, or to weaken: or j Dewzonbury remained motionless. while the t
I i. In Mallory's Life of Henry Clay, vol. 1, I
t GF" REFER to Hon. M. A. Lon?, Pr
1 Tmstee D. C. Vnn.! l>q. Oca. P.. A. Shine, Dr. j Dec.22, 1855 51 .. I page charge soon after regretted and recalled. Since ;, 4. Rr&jlccd, That domestic slavery, as it his eye. his honor" ugain discovered tbe incorrigible _
and his f.iends of
Broome. I against Mr. Clay : haxiug:
Hon. T.V. Brevard. Gov.J. --- - -----
i. Miles Nash ; !I tl at period I have been ten years a member.I I 'xists in the Sout' ern and Western States of ii j jj standing with his hat upon liu : ,j.; _
\5&The exorci-.es of the Academy will commence I I DR. MILES H. SASH \; proposed through )1 Ir. Buchanan to give
of the House and this Unioi. head. Sheriff!" cried the take th.mms' .
i en Mondnv, the 7th iiisu I II General; Jackson their in certain i Representatives, an equal j composes ai: important part of j court,
April 5: iss ;. 14 ;j lime of the Senate, acting a fart on eVery AND 5LT.ROI XD1XGCOCXTRT.OF conditions. Mr. Clay indignantly reju-lled I
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1 the and his adds )Jr. I great, question. My political! enemies find- i I their ancestors, and cxisling: at the adoption j repeated,the command of the court. "I'm Y _

DR. N. G. MCDONALD, :I !'. with. Dr. JL X 1I-1.imIl1Nliate1-' ca t lof the Buchanan charge,flatly and graphcr piomptly denied: that I ing nothing assailable: throughout this long : of the Constitution, by which it is recogniscd j bald" said Mr. D.and can't comply.-

MOXTICILLO rr.A."V7"ILL I Post offis'' i public career: now resort back to my youth I as constitu'ing an .important element in You can't !" exclaimed the judge, waxi ig
: M:.v. 19 1$5. 'I) such a proposition had been made through _
ful for expressions: ; to injure political ''tho apportionment of the !' then I fine five dollars for con
nil yeais my powers among angry you
j RltenJ with assiduous cares caseo eu- --------- -------- -------- him, as had been alleged, and entin 1 lr ex- : .
f trusted to hIm ;i' T. J. M. I1ICHAaLSOS. FLITCIiLR. IMilTAKKP. honerated Mr. Clay and his adherents! from i character. The brave and generous citizens i i States, and that no change; of opinion or i iI I tempt ofcourt'" What's, that you say, '

Office adjoining that of Col. nil worth. IUCII.A.TIDSOXYIIIT..JEH, ,i all connexion with it.' i of Tennessee, to whatever political part; I I feeling, on the part of the other States of the j judge ?i" replied Mr. D., as he walked deliberately t'

March 22, 1856. 12-ly } that this is a : Union in relation: to it them to the stand.u I tine
; '. | they may btlonjr, \\illjigrt-e can justify or j i up judge's you
,. Receivingand Forwarding Merchants .Mr. Clay !hiaiadf, in a letter to Judge
-- ---- --- I I : hard measureof justice ; and it is harder that, their citizens in open and systematic attack !five dollars sir,' for contempt of court.- _
Brooke! of datedVahin2tou, I 14
: Viigini.i; ,
; WILLIAM\ [ SLUSSER, : for this reason they &h mid condemn the ;: thereon, with the view to its overthrow ; and Very well," said! Mr. D., as he carefully

F1a. :i XIponT: FLA. Ib27, (see liiprivate correspondence published I evident' for \ \' offered me a ; that all such attacks are in manifest viola- put his hand into his pocket and pulled out 4s _
: Ta11.ahassce: ; August 4th, 1&55. 31 }i by Colton,) states emphatically) : in regard ,.0. _
,; seat in his calinet.I ; lion of the mutual and solemn pledge to pro. ; a fifty-cent piece. Very well, here is th* .
SlIEET to the matter : I could not do.
Co-PPKK.TlX VXD --- ----- - '
M WrFACTUHEK OT : I never deemed it proper, at any period of ; teet and; defend each other, given by the :' money" handing the judge Ihe half-dollar ; t .
RETAIL DR.) R. GARDNER: ) ire statement fioin Mr. Buchanan. _
I IRON \ un:. WHOLESALE ANJJ i. -trongcr
i i my life, whilst the country was actually engaged States reapeClively on entering into the ronstituliunel !r this squares us, judge. You otccd me four
DEVLEK ix PLAIN, TAXCV AXU J AI' \.XCVRC. I /"VFFER3 his professional seivice i to the citizens The tables are cornjilettly} t tinned. '! in with to u'tcr I 1 which formed the Union dollars and when ?
it playing i
I war a foreign enemy compact half vc quit po. (,
: "" : V/ of Centres illu and surrounding country. Office ,Again th" 110!). It. P. Lctchor, of Kentucky j I
\ which could interfere ith its ar.d such manifest breach ker last and this makes "
sentiment f-lith
as of
removed to the residence (If Mr. John K. Crump situation devoted personal and J'oliticnlliiend a i a night, half vs rroi. p _
: Stove Head-Quarter? ;, formerly occupied by the late Dr. Jaoub Eliot. of Mr., :a Clay's, writes to the latter under date I I successful! pioseculion. Whilst the war with i iI and violation, of the most solemn obligations. The bar roared, the crowd !smiled and th*

: \ SPLENDID assortment Cooking, Parlor : February 1C, 165C 7 I Great Britain was raging, I should have : [I judge pocketed his change" without uttering .
A. and Wood Stoves trimmed with neatoess I ------- : of August Ii7. 1827, in relation to the same I I I
!, and durability, at reduced! pn ices. A. PERRY AMAKER, :, point ill ;\1..,. Bucl.anan's response : 'This an- ]i I deemed it little better than moral treason to :: 7). Rcsolrcd! That the interference by the i j :a '''rtl. __ __ __
the of the government whilst He didn't show the '
; Out nool'l.I'li.. I: '"swcr is well put tfi '-th-!! t r. A? they say ill I paralize: arm citizens! of any of th, St.itcs, wi h the view j"'g'' a ghost of a
&TT@] A ? ibA'tt dealing:: blows against the enemy. After tit abolition chance to come bark at !him. I
Uoofinj. Orua'ncjtal front! II'lJ., G : terilr.; Copper : ., Connecticut, thf'K-'! :i.: : < ret iiT.l! nf good j jicadinij : to : of slavery in: this Dibtiict, is .

und Tin Cjniu-in! Pip.-s. Sheet L<>aJ. Sli'-t ; TALLA1A-L':':, FLA. : i iJ: !B'scli.'.: i K-,; 1It. I t i ; ii'.oileal! and > peacev.ts concluded: the case was then dilleietit. elllang'ring the rights and security of tho : -_ -- _
; Lead Pipe PUciit Ci--t<'ri: Pumps. Shop work 1 I ilav21 : f :: My! euenii.: : cannot puint to an ''x- people! of the Disttict ; and that act ;
Zinc IS.VI.:: -J-i gcnU'f! \ot ttnv : :ifi ( <>.I.b.in':1:: 1 :i:i itrjh any or Presidential Candidates. _
of every variety djne at rfjoit inline. ... 1''l'i'1;i iitieu-d L bme, during tli" con'inu- measure of Ccngres designed to abolish! ; bla- ; C _
d" !,.': :*d \\ it:1:: I ll\n 1 ni.r.nt-r: :) ii: v.l.Ich 1.h. 15.h .
City and Country :Kloreliattls : n : :IIMLV D!f tiio! ,\ ::1'i, v.inch.is: ; not favorable! to : in this Dis tiict. would be violation of There arc now in the field, as candidates
very >
r c- ;. Li! !C'I _
MILESiJFT :;: ;! (/: :;(tt.' : ::; i :
Are respectfully invited to give r.e a call befoie purchasing ; l ) L "CO. '. '1 :i-i.o low; quulations are su.'iicient to i its vigorous) pi'execution. Fiom jour fl lend, : the faith implied in the ces-ion by the States '! for the offices of President and Vice President ; ,

elsewhere.3f | very I icspectlu ly, I of Virginia and Miryland, i j just of ; five fu ticket follows
N. 15 All articles ran'isf.ctued fi"'m the vrrr l r \ L I. i! ->" tOW how; U'ifoilunate! ( our not altogftluT unirUclligei.t i ij : cause t ?, as : _
r J.\3tns BnlLI10I :.\:. ;
: alarm
the '
best material and varnrate I lum Jle. KM oilier arti l j: cotemporary! i is in its uMeu-ncc to to p"ople of the slavshoMing! States First, nominated in Philntlrl'-hLi} by tho ,
DRUGS. i P AIXTS, : George W. Jones. I II and have i direct and inevitable! tendency I j.:
E9 to
cle will be offered r'r s..e. !by-jrojies.: 15iU if the Clav't.is; may not i American National Conversion are Millard l
r i
October CO. 1855.:-_42CcPartnership ; )M be p'rriapJ: I by the! (;:.zi tte t to VOID- f)..1 nines : diatuib I and endanger L lIion. ; I jilaiore, of New York for President, and j ". ,
:MiBuchanan oa Slavery. ; And Rrsolred, T'jt : ntter.ipt: of Con- \
Notice. iiiich.ir.an: on account oftliciancieiU! : (1):1-: r.iy Andrew Jackson DOUt..l off, of Tenu forVi (

tet- \\iln will! i it: !," :Ct-Iiitii tlisl they the Charleston.Meicuiy gross to abolish blavt-ry iu any Jerritlv. of I eo? President. .i J. '
: tutcreJ into co : "\7"o'C'r.n m-'ir-n thrir f'c:! !.l* .ij-l: the p.ibli-j.; that: \ flii Il We couH multiply, says
d bye II.d.iy a ,
un1er"i '> the United t
State in
TilE .) tu theWHOLESALE It 'f tl.cv !I'.\,- (,- hni 1 a ;I''i-l ;.-?*<'!liri<.i.tf!.ucl. c.in'coi-i: ,fi'utly: fupnoit!) die I 1 (lr.t.'t'w's part: fmtn! the records of Congress, 1 ? which it exists I would I; Second, nominated in Cincinnati by tl.w
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articles svncrally kept' i i-i th5r I Inn r-f business, create serious, nhrm: and jU3t apprl.hClIsioll.in I
RETAIL as.re ? or au"" cudihte: : v\'iu is l.n-y! t') be sot up i the Democratic National Convention liro 1i 1v
& : and will be ncei'.iug rc ulaily!; fresh vjiiplus. Thtir :. proofs i.i support of the position tik'-n in our I the States sustaining that domestic institution
1 }In. tli! Phil'ult'lj-l'ia! cdnvtiition' ? Shall 1 they James Buchanan of Pa., for President, and 1U
r EJ"G USr stvle r f t..sS, : tern Tnll phr.ll: hassec.] be ici A r1 v.;naLi Pt1:;<'!. V ;:J- 14. :'If'i"t t 'll.l\'ali:1.l: : the! sih-sfcKiug }landtis: of j' last article, that Mr. BVCIIVXAX, both by Iii: i ; would be a v.ol.ition} uigool faith towards I John C. Breckenridge of Ky., for Vice Pre.suuic .

under tbe name anil t. --- -,-- --- ---- -- tli- faction tii..t in .\c' Yo-L and; Ohio be. votes and ppeeche*, was ever ready to putdown ; ; the inhabitants of any such Tcriitorywho : 'nt.

AMES&LVELY.THEY P. B. BiIOEA\V Irayctl Henry Jay i.i J J-11 agitation, and to respect (he lights of i hold have slaves boon permitted to settle ,with and l ;, Third, nominated[ in Xtrw Yor! by the (>- t

-- \\htn till Gnzttte; j is next disposed to therein, because tho people of '! ceders from the American National Conveu.
LIVERY THD SHE : the South in reference to slavery in the District such
will be p1eaI l to EC* their fricnd- ; STABJ.ESjTALLAHAS51IE. refresh tli" memories of i its readers with bygones :j any Tenitoiy have not aked! fur the :i lion, Nath'l. P. Banks! of Mass, for President

and patrons at the old;tmdnf D.1 1 Amus. : FLORIDA. : .' let it recall. the names of thoM fac j of Culumlifi. Throughout the year abolition of slavery therein and because I I IlUd Gov. Johnston, of Pa., for Vice IJrhd nt. i

where they will Ve pot full and pcricrnlirrT1 tions and ffCtional demagogues of abolition-i IBUf, 'wefiii'l' him. steadily \'ti.g againstthe i when any such Territory; shall be admitted Fourth, nominated: in New York the
; by
assorttnenlof Artide apprtaiuin Jo _'T HE Pr-opnV'.i-r would infirm I into the Union
ine of bnsiues i s. I). II: AMES .._ o..o..i I his fiitndin, ,i the JJi.f'-it ism who nowrw.V in the c< uncils of the pseudo petitions, and denouncing agitation ; and I as a State, tlm people thereof seccdrrs from the seceders from the American .
will bo entitled .
JL LIVELY. _.public: that he his rebuilt'' his _ icpublican, and \\lio in I Ibll l {.laved theparts : when, in spite of this policy, Abolition still to decide that question' exclusively i National Convention, Commodore Stock.

January 1. 1 :;.. 1MEDICAL la'ge; Brick Stables, at the oil 1 1 ht-u.il, and 13 now of double traitors, and won the meed i for themselves. ton, of New Jersey fur President, and Kenneth .
in 1837 Mr. !
NOTICE. prepared to accorauiodate his friouds and customers. of scorn and con'trnpt( flom ::llIIOIH'st. Union j obtruded itself in Congress, During the discussion: Mr. BCCUAXAN Uayricr: of North Carolina for Vice
; attached hiStable, lilaek- ;
He also Las to a good Bt'CHAXAX stood side by side with Mr. CAT.HOUX I *
. and l in'riotic and sad President.Fifth .
@e-- smith Shop. where \i.lh.nc! Luc done all kinds of loving, [ men a-nung: whigs I'j' :

Plaata on work, Horse shoeing, and Carriage work in demociats." voting to lay the question of reception I On this exciting question I desire to do (j by the Republican Convention in 1

; DR. BURROUGHS : the very l best niauncr and with romtness! and dis- -o on the table. His record is certainly clear I nothing, as a member of this body, which i Philadelphia Col. John C. Fitment, cf California

: H'-IXt ]locatetl in TalllR'seeffen his professional :i pitcb.JTovccibcr. .">. 1S53.: 44 j I [From tlic "\\ itbhin;tcu 'ninu.] I i i on this point. 1 can, in tlu slighest degree, interfere with the ]i for President, and Wm. L. Dayton, of .

Dr. Barnard'* Drag services Stue.to the public. One opposite __. __ _._ ____ ___ __ __u __ ': Mr. Buchanan and lilt War of ISI2. j jWe It his been said, and in South Carolina, I constitutional rights of tho slaveholding j j New Jersj ,-for Vice President.

Jane 28, 1S56. 26m Carriages, Buggies;, and Harness, see that several i/f t the Know Nothing tint: Mr. BCCIIAXAX was a Freesoiler.- States. My fate, as a public! man, is as j Some ofthes: nominations will havo no

for Sale P. B. Br3kaw.gT. t deeply staked upon the preservation of these 'i electoral ticket at all, others in few
MEDICAL NOTICE.0 by ,tami Black Republican! <>ri.ns, !ha\o repro. { This startling! allegation is made on the that only a
r "HE Sub!ciIber haii just received n duct'd a spet-ch made l h)11', Buchanan on j jI rights as any individual in the States, while the National Democracy under
strength of certain expressions used by Mr. I have since taken
BETTON very large supply of Carriages.I the 4l:1! of July, 1 ISI 1,"), in which are sontimonts I country. long my stand. the lead of Buchanan and is
DRS. GAMBLE & I I Buggies, nud 1 lanifcs, which} Le offers !I in regard to the war: with Great Brit. BrclI.\\'AX in his speech on 'I'exa.Vc j and from it I shall not be driven. I do not Breckenridge,

their Professional Services to the Pub I for sale on the moat reasonable terms. desire to maintain myself at home, unless I 'the only party that will contest every
OVI'CR i ain that Lad{ (thru closed which now find no shall hereafter consider that speech ; meanwhile i I
Store of Messrs. : November 18, 1854. 4C
? Office opposite the can do it with a due regard the and State. -
--- ; in the public mind. As objectionable invite readers to earlier !; I
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Hodgliss.Scott the
safety of the South
people of I am -
January 5, 1856. 1 : A.L.FISHER as we admit some of these sentiments to I
__ ___ upon the subject. : prepared, therefore to
u ; ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. any just measure -
: be, we think the objection is made with an HORSBLE IlUTCHEKy.-The Sin Francisco
t tICH.VED BIRfHETT.. CHAKLES V. DOWXIsa : In March 1836, Arkansas applied for ad- j within the pale of the Constitution! to ;
.- 'r\LL.UL\Si'II:, FL.t., :, exceedingly ill grace by those who are daily I Chronicle tbe
and Mr. BUCHANAN settle this dangerous question and to afford publishes following letter %
& DOWNING mission into the Union, ;
: BIRCHETT utterance to and doctrines
in the Courts of the Middle Dis- giving opinion
1 \TILL practice tho from Tho letter
ATTORNEYS AT LAW & AGENTS FOR CLAIMS .1' _tnct,and in Though County, Ga. ;i far more uup-itriotic: and un-American than presented the petition and reported the bill. i States.greatest" security to the. slavehol Jing : Mariposs. bears date April J

\O. 490, Seventh Street, i 1 d Office in the Capitol 2d story immediately: i' anything to bo found in that speech. Mr. He stated that he had been requested by I 26 : I
the of the Cicrk of the Supreme Court. It will bo observed that these resolutions
over room Buchman's and in the I have to inform of
position course war you events
WASHINGTON CITY. 21. 18)5. 91yI the Delegate from Arkansas to take charge grave
| ., of 1812 havo feature which assert : importance, which to demandthe
one redeeming appear me to
Court of Chims and --- J
practice before the' I -- of the application of that Territory to be admitted I
WILL& claims before Congress and the several E. BAMARD7 "irTi ,; cannot be found in te. present position and I I 1. The lights and sovereignty of the States intervention of every one who has the
into the Union, and that he had cheerfully
heart of
Departments. course of his assailants. He was opposed to and the duty of the Government to an honest man.

July 28, 185S. oR.H.BERRY I WILL CONTIM'E THE II the policy of the war, and censured the administration taken upon himself the performance of them protect At Agua Fiia; under some pretext, the ? -
MEDICINE BU.SINESS for its mode of it against dangers, domestic as well mob is driving the Chinese
i DRUG I conducting ; this duty/ His own constituents in Philadelphia away burning

: AT THE OLD FTA,B, SIGN 3 but, after thc war was declared, ho manifested remonstrated against the admissionof I as foreign. I their tents and provisions, and brutally beating *

; his devotion to his country by shouldering 2. They condemn any interference whatever I those whom they catch. t
Auctioneer and Commission !
in her Constitution-
I :I his musket and marching to its defence. Arkansas, with slavery: I by the citizens of one section, with the At Buckeye it is worse still. A band of 4 t

MERCHANT. j OF THE MOKTAK, i Like thousands of true patriots of that day' But Mr. IliclI.tNAN remained firm to his !I domestic institutions of tha South, as subversive I twenty brigand, well armed, arc chasing before t

__TALLAHASSEE_ _Fla, Sept 29, 835. 39Wholesale I a ; Mr. Buchanan differed with Mr. Madison's position, and in a speech delivered in Ihe of tho Constitution. I them, like cattle, all the Mexicans, Chileans -

w. :B. JLLS t I Corner of Clinton and Monroe fcliMt, Tal1atil.18c(. : administration as to Its war policy, but his I II Senate, on the 4th of April 1830, said-"he 3. They condemn any legislation by Congress and Chinese whom they encounter, and

January lt>, 1856. 3 I heart and soul were with his country, and he considered the compromise which had been which interferes with tho stability of information just received leads to the belief .

and Retail Druggist, JOHN w. EVANS----- was ready to lisk his life in its defence. He the domestic institutions of the South, and that butchery is the purpose.At .

NEWFOBT", FLOEIDA. .! never belonged to that other class of opponents made when :Missouri was admitted into the binds it to resist al:! attempts at its being Maxwell creek assassination is the or.

ORDERS from Physicians and Planters put up !I ATTORNEY AT LAW, I' of the war who kept up their opposition Union, as having: settled the question of slavery used by one section of tho Union against the der of tho day, end has been for several day. N

greatest care. !I K.UXBRIDOK, GEO and gave aid and comfort to the enemy in the new South-western St.'ltes.- other. The Americana have ordered all the Mexicans ;

February 2, 18C6. C I give prompt attention to all business en I after the declared. Mr. Bueh.I 4. They recognise domestic Chileans and
WILL bi. in the Counties of Thomas war was Was this the language of a Oeesoiler? Arkansas slavery as an peruvians to leave tbe
to care, I anan's assailants a position at the essential element of the social organizationof county, and their fixed within .
LONG & GALBRAITH and occupy property, fifteen
Decatur Baker, Daugberty, Early Clay. was the first slave State which had
''FtbruaryI7.18 6. 7 tf present time which has a striking parallel in the South and any assault upon it as a minutes alter receipt of notico ; and in

ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. .---- -------- the conduct of that unpatriotic class of opponents applied for admission into the Union duringMr. violation of faith between the sections. t case of failuru to comply., thirty lashes are

l\f: A. LONG
will attend. the themselves Courts in in the the Middle practice Circuit of Law., the They Sapremn LEMONS. Gaava and Currant Jellies, Prunes, names with infamy by the sympathy which we find him not only voting for, but advocating with slavery in the District of Columbia. After the notice there was a regular chase,

Courts and the District Court of the United Pickled Oysters Brandy Peaches they manifested for the enemy. the measure, and in opposition to 6. They recognise the right of tho peopleof and all of the persecuted blood have been 'i
States Preserved Lemons Oranges.Pine Apples and Ginger a territory, when forming State Constitution .
at Tallahassee. a
But it is not our purpose to dignify this mercilessly massacred whereverfound whether t
of the of ,
Lemon the remonstrances
Marmalade. Syrup Raspberry people Pennsyl
Office opposite the Court Green Gage to decide the of for
House. question slavery in their
October do, Strawberry doPine Apple do., and Ginger stale charge against Mr. Buchanan by an vania.In themselves.For own houses, en the roads, or in _
ly do.. Raspberry Vinegar. Fresh Salmon Ldbeter Haddock elaborate defence. He bad the magnanimitysoon the bash. At the last news the chase wast .

S. S. KNIGHT : Hallibnt and Sb&d Assort ed. Pickles Scotch after the speech was made, to acknowl. December, 1837, Mr. CALhOUN submitted all and each of these high constitutional still in progress on all ,tdej, and the number .

Ale and Porter. edge the error of the sentiments it contained, in the Senate, certain resolutions, propositions, Mr. BUCHAXAX voted.- of persons known to have been massacred -

AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION MERCHANT 30.OOO Havana AMES Cigars.& LIVELY. and to retract them; and now, for more than which, after. considerable. debate and some When the second resolution came up, Mr. was sixteen, and it is reasonable to believe .

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. January C, 1856. 1 thirty years, he has de/oted his talents and were the MORRIS moved that the words mo al andreligious" that many others bave suffered in the busb. 4
modifications, adopted in. followingform
5eptemberl,1865, 05 his energies to those great Democratic principles be stricken out, and Mr. BUCHAX-? It is impossible: t,) foresee where the affair .
LIFE INSURANCE.- : AN voted for the motion, because he If
thoughtthe wilf
WILLIAM SCOTT on. which rest the continually increase stop. The public' officers havo not t
THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO: ing prosperity and glory cf the country. To I.. Resolved, That, in tbe adoption of the resolution was quite as strong with the moved. They avoid every intervention, even t
ATYOTiMEy AT LAW, AOCCKULATZD CAPITAL,... .1000000. show how ready Mr. Buchanan has ever beento Federal Constitution, the States adopting the modification as without it. But he subsequently as'near as Maxwell I, under different pretext

MONTICELLO, FLA. retract an erroneous opinion, as well as same acted, severally, as free, independent, voted for the resolution containing. and among others, that it is 1 for ,t
July 80 1853. 80 t 1 jan Company issues policies oQ the lires of,,, in and States and that each for itself these words. necessary
THIS for tb his firmness and fearlessness maintaining sovereign ; them to protect this vicinity, where
for one or more years or $ But
WILLIAM S. DILWORTH, whole period* persons of life ON THE MUTUAL SYSTEM. his position when he believes it to be right, by its own voluntary assent, entered the Mr. BUCIIAXAX not only voted againstany plaints are constantly arising.

Dividend declared to tbe insured on policies issued we have obtained permission of Hon. GeorgeV. Union with the view to its increased security interftreuce"batever with the domestic A correspondent

Attorney and .Counsellor Law for life.Ptixr Jones, of Tennessee, to publish a letter against- all dangers, domestic as well as institutions of the South, but the third resolution writing from Jamestown of tbe .Eco del Pecijc9t
Moauw FRAKKUK, Pres't in and the perfect and secure as offered by Mr. QALHOUX, declared it county
FsESMAN, Actuary,- written to him 1847 by Mr. Buchanan, foreign, more en. that seventeen Chileans -
MONTICELLO FLORIDA. says and three Mtx-
ty Applicatjoni received in Tallahassee by \vhich will place this anti war charge in its -joytncnt j of its advantages, natural!, political, to be the auty of the Federal Government to jeans have been murdered
; practice in the Courts of the Middle B. C. LEWIS. strengthen and uphold them and for by Americans neat
WILL Cir January 19, 156. true light. Mr. Buchanan was, at the date and social. this also Bmideiitas
t and Tiio a and Lowudes Mr. in Mariposa' 'county. The kill
County, Ga. BUCHANAN voted. We
Urchj2. of the letter, a member of Mr. Polk's cabinet, 2. Resolved, That in delegating a portionof can add nothing '
I860. Chilean
121yG AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE,CO. and in ho canvass in Tennessee.Mr. Polk their"powers to be exercised by the Feder. to the force of such a position, a.adare con log text for Conley by of-a b, nnds furnished A pec-
a gang: to collect
Oils Wliitc Lead, ILC.O ,}; CAPITAL.... ............1500,000. was assailed for appointing to so elevated a al Government, the States retained, severe- tent to let it speak for itself. all tbe Spanish in the 'and vii

A A BOXES TTIadov GUM assorted sizes 100 undersigned Agent of the above Company position a man who had opposed the war of ally, the exclusive and sole right over their log and shooting camps at discretion vicinity, hang

+*\J\J Kegs White Lead, pare extra t Bo. 1. THE receive appbeatioos for and make insurance 1812. M Jones addressed a letter to Mr. ,own domestic institutions and police to the A Court Scene., those whose Ifves and ordering.

<,birreU 4''OXegsZhcPM,Lard Linseed Oil on, against FjtureMercbanda4 by"Fire, on,,Brick tc. and Frame, Buildings, Buchanan, asking him for the facts in connection full extent to'which those powers were Iot Hero i. another of tboser, estern, court county imm diattlJJ._ trero spared to leare,' the" .
with the To this letter Mr. thus delegated, and are alone reaponaibl for --
LEWIS. charge.
8 B. C. "
January 19,1856.; scones which we read about, as related
:2 11IIOba e* Fire-proof Paint(bblt. aDd I OIL),' Bftchanan gave tbefollowing frank ,and patriotic them ; and that any intermeddling of anyone Jenny Nobbs. It will C7:: A in -,
Lime For Sale-- States combination of their citi. do : man Kentucky -was to enormous
,41 tTnio Oil J 'bbUlppal Vmnisb, reply, which Mr. Jones has allowed us or more or a
SpintsTarpeutiae; I in barrtls a29 at retAIL 30- ,BBLS. LIME 'tor'Sale a. KNlGH1.. to publish : zens, with the domestic institutions and police Judge Bor Missouri was, in many Iy big that when be died it took two clwrgj- '

J 1Oua.r/ 5, i6. AMES 4 LIVELY. April by 1th, l 6S. i Wafhington, April!! 2:5!: 1817.-My Dear of the others, on any .ground, j 1'llitil",I. l'e prC' ", .1 remarkable: man, [Ho ctooil( *fx men nmr\i boy" 9 t tn preach hi* funeral sermon. "



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Mr. Walker's Sptt.. f more voted to receive.- Mr. lj. voted for the [COX)1 ICA T&D.] Late Indian Kevf.Exincnvic the FloridUn, and convicting his own dlstin-
jlnribhm & Dutmd..r I CBAJIBIE, ) guished relative aDd '(ri nd of knowing but
David Walker, Esq., the candidate of admission of Arkansas, \\hi2o Mr. Fillmore The Fourth. TALLAHASSEE July, J8$G- f
imperfectly the of the Democratic
-, rr .rr r -a- __, r "._ the Know Nothing party of this State for the t opposed; that measure.: Ho supported the ;The glorious Fourth, with its bonfires, processions Da. Joxts,-I enclose an'official report of the bat.

I TALLAHASSEE: gubernatorial chair, addressed a largo number t annexation of Texas while Mr. Fillmore op- orations and thmkRivinb' has again tics or the 14th and 16th nit,near Fort Mead Tbeve' patty.
In addition to lbi;,; the extract furnished
of thcH citizens of Leon county, on Satar- J| posed it with all his might, and denounced dnwnc upon our land demonstr. were fought by toluntcen from the frooticr, and fur
; tions rejoicing in tho shape of public hilarity not been food for reflection which probably Mr. Wil-
atxl noble daring,hare certainly
last the of the day j that event the orth.Jo courage
day upon political topics j us an outrage upon .
Saturday July 12,1856. i of every kind. From the remotest antiquity surpassed .i inee the commencement of tbe Indian ker did not design. It showed that when
also his candidate for He has ever !been firm of the fii-
| defining position a a supporter like this have been set aside to
r days war in 1835. All honor to the bran little band,who Mr. Buchanan wax a Federalist h denounced
PEHOCRATIC i, the suffrages of the people of F11)f'ill5 it I git\' *lave law, which :1r. Fillmoro condemned commemorate great events o marked eras in have thus signally cha"ti ed these mnrau Jing mnnfcrcrs. ?

TICKET- I I accords with our nature and sense of pro- in his Erie letter. lie applied his I a nation's history, the .cssiJ of which i Let the State atld people do justice to 4l.oe I and opposed 1 the Democracy as the lboI .
all in ilhniitt Black Republican Nortlttrn Knov
be obvious
t FOR PRESIDENT j priety, to award full credit h an adversary oft ; most energetic efforts to effect the ,pe l of I must to we may who surTived, and let the memory of those who hare ,
assimilate the external circumstances of
and Fillmore
! American
.t JAMES BUCHANAN t any kind, for any merit he displays, we shall | the law of the State of PennsJh'mil'eaJi..g' : I to their internal feelings, celebrate \\ith (festive I! fallen be embalmed in every JAMES heart. BROOME. II Nothing* that when he his are
now doing ; saw error U
j not hesitate to do 31 r. Walker the justice to the federal authorities the use of her prison I solemnities their periodical rtur. an ',
OP PENNSYLVANIA. renounced it and united with the
I say, that, as an ingenious and eloquent dej ; for the detention,of fugitive slaves.; He has suspending the ordinary nvocaiions of daily FORT FKAZICR, FLORIDA ) Democracy

L FOR VICE PR'SIbENT.I I j hater, he surpassed: our expectations) on the 1 ever been the unyielding opponent of the ; life, cherish \iiuot.it interruption those emotions 10 A. M. June the 14th, 1866. ) and now these parties all denounce him..

J. C. BEECKENRIBGE, '! occasion to which we have adverted, and !i Wilmot Proviso. Clear and bright does the I : so. calculated to produce n slutrJ intlnence. I GrtfL, Carter-Sir--I hare just receded intelligence Can oil and water mix \ We shall see.

failure ; : James Buchanan shine I of an attnclc by a party of Indians,on the house LEON.CADSDENCOUNTY. .
his to of
i! that notwithstanding complete political history Tho with enthusiasmin
OF KENTUCKY. day was
I ( I of Willoughby THUS, at sunrise this morning. Lieut.
f I rn.iint.iin the :assumed and imaginative premises I out in contrast with Millard Fillmore. When I our city. The morning was calm and
Corlton.who happened to be at Ft Mentis, on a visitto I Fla., )
f FOR GOVERNOR, his l.e is the less 1 the said Fillmore W3S saving aye to I and the skies smiled benignantly.: At
of argument, none entitled every hri"1t. his family, heard the report of the gun and, in I Jctv 5th, (. j

z MADISON S. PERRY, to tin': honors of the championship of his :: abolition question propounded to him by the I \ of in eleven our, the streets Riflemen, and elicited made their theippl.iusc company with! fix others, went to the relief of Tillis I Mr. EDITOR :Sometime luck, under tie

or ALACIHM rorxrv. party. : Erie county abolition!.ts, James Buchananwas appearance 1 i and his family. On the approach of those men, the
i : of our citizens by (their discipline, impression the Know Nothing party was
| )rr. Walker presented but two salient or exctinglLimsdf in favor of th' measure i I spirited movement and: thorough acquainI I Indians flt-d to a thicket car by. Lieut Carlton,
: FOr. CONG KISS, I i with his little band of brave charged them, and : organized for great national purposes, I wag
springing points in his 'b1IOiltand specious : for prevenitiig the circulation through (tIle with their profession. And here we
i GEORGE S. HAWKINS, : cannot forbear that Captain Amaker ;' a desperate engagement ensued. Lieut. Carlton and I induced to join it, and remained, until I sin
address, to \\it : the existence of Hluatterw'cI'l'igllt.y" United States mails of incendiary: documents saying
or JACKSOX ('OrXT\ deserves great credit for the perfection to IittVhidden, of my Company, trere killed and j now satisfied, that it is not a party based
ns an ingredient of the Cinciu- calculated to excite the slaves of the South. :; which he has brought his company in their Daniel Cailton woCTiiled.! Wi'liam Parker, of Capt ': upon 'principles which are essential to .

FOR ELECTORS nati Platform, and the disfranchisemcnt, 1)) We have; not space to rrp'y to )Walker's | drill! and evolutions. Their gallant bearing I Hooker's Company: was also killed, and J, II. Holling"iworth 1- prpef.i

II.' .. .\. LONG, PHILLIP DELL, party arrangement, in violation of the Con views about foreigners. It is defered until :! and familial it}* with the military exercise I wounded.-There were three Indian* kill i uate the existence of our Government, and

I ,_. D. BAKXC8. stitution, of the foreign born citizen. With next week. pt'rec commanded very general ahlmration.After .- I I eJ, and! several wounded.] | therefore, I feel that it i is my duty to withdraw

-- : short parade(, they repaired to the ; Immediately dispatched Serg'ta Loggers and Dur- from the Know Nothing association, and cooperate .
reference to these two matters he ran quite nmuolv. .
FOR Till SENATE, The \oniiiinUons in Loon. 1 Capitol, .itvhich place two of iheir number rauce with fifteen men to the relief of Thus who with the Democratic pirty. I became .
: He went to the end of (the row, :wdsl'11.t :: had selected to read the Declaration had maintained his far arrived
DR. T. LAMAR.. h'I pocitiou to they at convinced of
A meeting: of the Know Nothing paity of the necessity of |fm
ciiagrnied th.it he could! go no fur- and deliver the anniversary Oration. Thei TilliV j after I o'clock ; fvund the family safe;I bey .
this was held at the Court House on step, when the 12th section stricken
tIll T. .\ftcr:1 labored and unsuccessfulefi'ort I county- i former office was filled by Mr. Theodore. ; proceeded to the battle ground ; found the trail- was
; to convince his audience. that the piinI Saturday its: !, and nominated for the Senate, i' Brevard and (the latter by )Ir. William E. : pursued it that evening; discovered that the Indians I out of the Know Nothing platform, the only

: P. B. BROZAW, DR- G. PARKHILL, Dr. J. H. Randolph. For the House, A. ; Dam'I)'. A numerous and,intelligent comf i hid inforced considerably, they then came in to f\ Southern feature it contained and done, as

Co p. CHAIES, DR.-LUCIEN DUVAL- I ciple of squatter sovereignty was a component Hopkins, A. Cromartie, J. Williams and) pany.had assembled at the Representative !! Made for prot'isi'cs-th..y w re on the trail, early ; stated by Mr.J Dartlvtt? the President of the

_ part of it, he, with an air of triumph. J a large portion of which were of the ;
Hal next morning and were re-iuforcod few
by a men } Know .
Thomas Hayward E> *. On the score ofrespectability 1 Philadelphia: ; Nothing Contention
Floridian & Journal for the I Campaign. read a portion of Buchanan's letter of :1CCl'ptnIH.'l' q : sex, representing maidenly bloom and I from Capt Hooker, and a few from Capt Le.Ii'sI
and( intelligence, the democratic to meet the views of th? Northern
in all of their
"We to j issue (.n the second Saturday in which he theatrically contended recognizes matronly dignity winningi I Companies. The Indians had taken the Creek Swamps .
propose ticket ins: no advantage over the one presented i moods. Nor was the sterner sex less numor1 : and remained in it. The hr. i I wingif! the party, who declared they would
June, and it-mince until aiter tho Presidential d.lteiioii. and asserts this odious political( dogma. 1 men pursued them until
the Campaign FlonJisn arid Journal, nl the f"l' Ingloriously retreating to the wall before the 1 bv our political opponent When OIlS ; and, altogether, the beauty an intellii : that evening ; came out of the Swamp and encamped J not and could not recognize slavery plank
i of the audience l trial
!!'trir i"jritcf: weighed rn impartial scale," an equipoise gence promised a severe for the ni:'it. in their platform. Though the institution of
power and truth of Mr. BuehU1tI1'past history -* j to the nerves of an speaker.
: To a ine Su\xcri oer. ?1 C'I touching! the institution! of slavery he : mutualv: !. complim! <'ntar\', is quite apparent: an appropriate prayer by the Rev. ; June 1C.-As a small guard was left with the J slavery involved right dear to every southern
\fel <
_ ; To a Club of S, address same F. On 2 I) i until the principles of the respective parties Josephns Anderson: Mr. Brevard proceeded f horses: the force was now reduced to 19 men, who voter, they could not give any public qnarantee
; constrained i ii order raise doubt ,
.. was : a i i were t-arly in the in search of the At
To a Club of 5, T i 0 are thrown in ; then, the I.nowothing |i to read the Declaration of Independence. A swamp enemy. for the inviolability of those rights. The
_ .. this- to torture : about 10 o'clock discovered
.4 5 CO : upon point disingenuously camp wa ;a chaigewas
; better selection with reference
_. .. and ticket kk'ks tho beam. The men will do. ; appearance orderd, and a well contested battle fought Our :: Democratic platform, reccnily: :< at
: 1(, 7 twist mystify! the plain anti intelligible or effectiveness could nut have }been madI ('.-
but. to speak candidly, their political principles littl band sluod to their anm manfully, charging the Cincinnati, I have read attentively, and find
Tire! n'I(':}': msst iarariablr :'" ': ':. the orikrattrition. language1 if the Cii.rhmati: I'Litfonn and the The uniform of his company: fitted t well, :and
will not. They have indications: all his Indians where they were concealed under the river that it is sound upon this and I believe all
to ;
t' iTe ; equally} perspicuous! phraseolo! of IJ.'s letter displayed advantage manly: proportions
-. around them that the lamp of jlu-ir! political and his flexible and finely lIIodulatt.d"ict.., bank ard shooting them not more than 8 or 10 feet other points: and for this all important reasonI
coaimunicnttncr! Via acceptance! of the nomination.
: NOTICE: organization; is flickering in it-? socket, and ;; correct emphasis and style of delivery product 'I from the muzzles of their guns. I have determined! en a change of position.Phase '
lii'bvrt F. Prine, and Howell killed, and
; A meeting vftlie Democratic Cluli nut bo extinguished by the d a i pleasing, l and impressive fleet. I Ho 1 George insert this In your paper, an.i oblige
Mr.Safl.cr.'! failing!;: 1'in the pnrsuit aftersonioliihjg ere long popular was followed by, .Mr. D:1l1elhwho, when we j Jan.w Whitiden, Wm. P. Bruoker, and John HSkipj -
: >f Leon county.vill be heM at the breat'i: it in the daikness of defeat : J. (I. hxx.
iKStciid, Jo affect the 1 |Iitii'al I I leaving ;ay'a listened'; to throughout with unfeigned i 'per, wounded.! Mid from (the lx-t calculation tL.* cani -

Capitol on Thursday evening next nt character of the HKjstrious! chauij! ion of !).?- t and di tp'oilltn1t nt. If our memory 1 interest and satisfaction, i is conferring i be made tl.ere'l're sixteen or seventeen Indians [/tr the FtvriJian t Jour/ial.]

S o'clock. Person' ? of all parties: r re :::OH'r.1. : t prvsnt cQHmcth'e ailg.ition serves us rightly: it was Icarus, the son of .1 poor and I iiiMitiicient meed of praise. Ourknowll.Jgl' killed, and 'e"eral"ouDdt."t1. ,: Celebration of tbe Ith July, Afar Pisgah
of his to heara Our forces consisted of Lieute. Parker of Captain i I
prepared ns
irn Ited l 1l.1. Several ulio ambitions of
re1edf.iilv] to att fcowtver Daedalus: being! renown as Church.
> llimsy.n nsubjta ti-il. n .
fine oration Leslie's < and .
; ;\ nor were our expectations disappointed. Company Sergeants '!rca Durance,
sj'eeclivs trill be dtiTer24.Democratic l. which io predicate l'PiOO':1:: :;. II) Mr. !IL.; or a highfiyer, soared so near lle: sun that his The exhibition of his powers was with twelve' men, from my Company, three men from j jCapt. I II I, Tliis day was spent pleasantly by all who

there would 1 i e !.> j p'-> 'J j.t'It"" for 1 iiisu willg3Wlt' MirSvelled and the promisingvoun manifested in the influence exercised over I Hooker's and one from Capt Sparkmnu's Conpanics. i j were present at the Barbecue near the residence -

Meeting in roni':1 > the Krvcuiive cu.ir.! ad: tlurtbyiabiliv ; man" ft-11 headlong into the! sea. Some and the attention elicited from the audience My men gpoke in high terms of Lieut Par of Mr. John R. Crump.

Gadsden. such Salt River c-ttastophe as thi, we (fearis I i through a discourse which occupied nearly | ker, a? a brave and good soldier. '!I
:;.t-e iis : : n from dis3pj,oiit'nent: ..in l lkss Every thing suited the times to a nicety.-
:; an hour. He spoke) as one who felt the importance ; Some of the articles taken (rum the at Simmoif 1!
of the Pi. erraticParty the Know -
A Mc=.? Meeting. ::: .t't'H- from !juiiiiaiio; : Those aretroni-; the destiny) of Nothing party. :: : of his subject-commanding! attention !i I Hammock, were found] on the battU-ground.wagon I: A beautiful shady grove, finely prepared for

of (;-': ?cenrl'i : e Le-i itQaincr. .:::.:<. we ccmftto the exercise tifpnc Met.Mplioiic.nl'y, it is a plant of nocturnal germination l by the energy of his "peals[ and alike C.ipt. Hooker with 23 men, Lieut. Kendrick, with 25 the lovely) and the gay to walk upon and

.' on SATUflDflrL ., iLs 1"L ft=?onil i itigo-nuity: to tiistort! the history ( and must \\ither and lie beneath [leasing( I by, the beauty of l his thoughts and men, Lieut. Sparkman with 14 men. and! Lieut. Parker draw fancy sictchea of nature and nature'sGod.

.: to ratify: tae proceed::-.:.- of iLeXational *f tie I ji-t. sr.J :tr:-.: ij the integrity of the [.I the fierce sun, of popular disapprobation.: the richness of his handsomely selected lan I with a mall detachment from Capt. Leslie's Comj j : The ladies, oh the ladies the hand.
From the triteness the
and Stnte C-ccvtntivn?. zz-1 .{-.:.--.'. |j The; Banner Connty, ,: guage.there was much of familiarity, hut the subject main-, lansare now in pursuit of tnu band of savage, I '; somest part of the creation, were -there with

nominate candidates :*,.'." the Le.r':.- Tbe Cinciiinati i Pl-iturm am in hopes they will be able to give a good account ficeB and
to = = : dj.-tinctly ropndi- -f G.; 'WIIITTIILI: JOIt\) tainance of a nevei'-thigjrin:, :; interest and excited when return. rosy eyes depeaing fndepentkncs
2\f'ssr; they
l S trill l made by and a'lirms that the attention ii the ; ; striking ,; to cheer the of the
tu-e. .:eece >e gentlemen ntcsqjr.ttcr sovereiirnty, j I! TAYI.OK. and B.V.. Bl.I.\!: '1\ have been auditory was a :: I am yours rf' p'efJ. public men Day. .
abroad and home.T in i is reserved proof of fi-lk-ituus: si-lection in the mode of Mr. IMwin; Heart of
fron a: power over slavery a territory nominated by the Dunociatic party of Jel"r-I treatment, style and dictinu' and of eminent F. 3!. Dr&EAVCE. i i a young man high

!:1 out Democrats and Anti-Knu to "the people, acting through the legally '' son, as candidate; for the Li llllr( A ability in the: speaker. He was accurate andcnmpirhen.Mvo Capt. Com'g.Co.M. V. ; order of talent read the Declaration of Iride-
.. ISothlnVLig? of Gadsuen: and arau "- and fairly expr(.a-e.l l \\m of a majority of c.l.itt I licki-t, \\ich will make: the OII""iiinl! : thowing an intellectual in |I Genl.Jessec Certer, Special Agent State of F1<'r'i I pem"ncc.ftl'r.wbch} DV. R. N. Gardner!

;. your C'Alh.tti( H fur succes actutl si-tilcn wuix TIIIY: IOJJM A ( )\*Tl. .I tremble in their shuvs.! ; clear, wide, piercing! and methodical, arni a ida. delivered a fine Oration. The Dr. for a
.. I I He traced the rise i P. S.-This band was supposed to consist of at ,
k. You lo it. TVTIO.X. Can 1 language: 1 be plainer' than I this j : -- truly pliiloopllil'Llllliml.: young man bids fair to occupy n conspicuous -
can I and fall of Republics who} like lea>t foity Indian. F. M. D. iHON. i
-" WHIX: TIla': rOJD1.Cf)>>TITt'Tlo'I"' | Old Alachua Elect.We once, ourselves | place in national :tr.1 Ts. .
seemed to look down the tide of time -- -i-
.Mr. Fillmore and the Territory of Here is a I'o5itimJ clear indication: : of the ;. le'iH'lll by this morning's Mail, and upon) an eternity in duration, but wlllhat- DAV.ID WALKER: ;; Dr. T. IJ. Lamar was calkd to the stand.

.. Florida: I j-viioii of tt-rritojial!; vassalage, when the people of course !too late to appear in this paper, the i tri eil fragments IIOd!!ill upon the shoreless .I Sill : As a candidate for the highest j His speech was finely manufactured for the

Oa 3d JZZL 1543. Morgan presented a resolution s>!jal! exercise the] sovereign right of fixing proceedings" of a large meeti'ig of the Democnicv : ocean.: He told us 01! our land, overflowing State oJHce under our Constitution, you will ; occasion, made all present feel like a band of

b fctrcrrtii-f:; iLc C.-siniittee on the Territorirs, to b- tlie character of thi-ir institutions The of this Countv. Tne I lion. iit IL!.!I' with the blessings of peace and plenty, and I not object to giving such information to your loving brothers. frequent and a enthusiastic
4 1 sr* i:ti> the zpedlcoee; of repealing an act passed bade hear far above the of .
k. the Ttrrhoiial Lesi-lature of Florida, entitle"! ,. nieaiiing: of tlifiainers of our political: chart ) DKLL: so \\n and( so favorably known ) ,n-the voice, of triumph, comfort clangor and partystrife i Fellow Citizens as will enable them to vote cheers were given him while dwelling upon
*" A3 act to prct eat tLc fcfore raigrotfoo or enrcra'.iouof could not have been !more distinctly set forth throughout State: was nominated, : for the :: j jrpon understandingly.! your elaborate' and able !' the gloiies ofJibert]. His conclusion wasa

: free negroes aa 1 rnuLittoe* iatu saM Territory,'' or in any other language than that used, and Senate ; and Col. TII.M \x I IMJKAM; fo the i! the whole, the performance: was con- j speech, made at the Court House in Tallahassee ; compliment to the I ladies. which had a very

1 l-f snsnch tLr-'f z*. imposes a capitation: tax (n quoted abo\e., The very words quoted by j House of IJopresentatives. The flc i is, the : ffssedly Si singularly good, and marked h. a I on fcjarurday the 5th, you asertl'd, as I : happy effect, pronouncing the young ladies

:: rucL ef tLesi a* may ea'tr taid Terriiorj and, autltor32 )Ir Walker in supjjurt of lii.s fallacious deduction I old Whig Coon, wi come down in this i vein of such excellent sense, adorned by the I understood you, that the celebrated letter of I in t this ocr enlightened day," the icilches"
iljtir sate for ubety for tLe DfD-f'meIJt embellishment of fine I
years pointdly'ahn'g tes the doctrine of I County, and !nClpf Scott the trouble of I a fancy, conveyed Mr. Fillmore, in which be favored the Wilmot instead of the old ones, '. for they always
4. of said .. through the medium of a chaste: elegant and
flack, aoved to LIT tLc resolution on the table squatter sovereignty. 2\{r. Buchanan in his : j-hootit.g. Tho: meeting was .addressed hJCo1 I appropriate) ( diction, that we feel almost any Proviso, the abolition of Slavery in thl District I have some young marl bewitched and thereby -

yt- LS 113, cave :(1. Fillnnre:: voted in tLe negative letter: affirms that the people of a territory, : Perry, the Democratic candidate for', tenns of praise would! scarcely be misplaced. of Columbia, the interdiction of. the are the witche" .

: Oa 23 J Fd,, Ikit;', ,>f Mass, asked .leave tu eubmlt like those of a .Stale, shall decide} for themi I i (:()\'cr nor and Col. J. B Cokcr. The proceedings : This is not our own ul'lIItOn-lt was endorsed I i I: Slave trade between the States, and the refusal I Dinner.came on, lots of tbe good things"were

.'. ; tLe ftIoiz; resolotion] : selves whether slavery shall or shall not exist I will appear) next week. I j upon: the spot by the interest and attention to admit Texas unless she abolished sla. prepared by the ladies for the occasion,
WBE2EAL all lawia". I within its limits." He does not the inhabitants j very, had been expressly} retracted by subsequent I j which proves to a demonstration that they are
a -
; Legkaturt .uwil of Fk !:. are io full furce, until say The honda Branch. ; and! subsequently it has 1 been confirmed

.. .jIDpprrby CMiigr .s, llerefore, of a Territory, nor the Legislature i i tThn by others who are good judges, and | letters." I had before heard that t good house keepers.

lU- jlttd ffftlrwtij, That the to Cj3rJttee the on Judiciary)bill beintnxted of a Territory, but the people of a Territory, Jrl.itickf'rl of : iec 'nt date who, with ourselves, heartily congratulate. such retraction had been made, but have I j I In looking at so many beautiful faces I
r" following1
pf/rt ;
remarks that tin Middle\ Florida Branch of I D. his I
1k enacted iy lift "OtllIJnl JI d: ** (*, of the L'nileJStalrt Coigre>$ .h."/&. the Brunswick and Florida Hail Road has \ \ regret that our space does not permit letters. Like other honest Oh! whirl JOTS from woman sprrajf.
r U'd TLat an aH pw'ed by tLe Governor and LqisIntire i :: The people of a Territory can only he reprcsented been located" we understand It leaves thoI us to give even a brief synopsis) [) of the line of !II. many enquirersafter Source of bliss and healthful .
COOKI of tL* Terr U>ry of Horida approval ., in a sovereign capacity 1 by a convention his. address.( Wo hope to see it published. truth, I greatly desire to see them, and peace;
: by the said Governor on 5th 3Lirclz 1842 entitled! : Main Tiunk at the point where it crosses the Eden could not comfort bring.
to organize a State government. This At present we can give only a single extract, have determined most respectfully to ask youto
4' the future of free Till fair shwwcd her bee.
art to
an prevent migratiwi;,; negroes I and woman
Ware runs'digonaly
I- or rautaltoes to tLw Territory .nd f"r otLer pur- I: is in accordance with the Constitution: of the i ii i line of Clinch and counties, : t which in the delivery was so stirring as to i give (them to the public through the Tallahassee B..***.

pf* rfa11Leefurthteofuofrvc." i ilIr. the i i George VasImimugtoui-at! the mention of
tho s-.uthwestern corner county,
FHlmore voted uitL the abcJitionists f>r tLis ;i And the Kansas Nebraska bill which i is incorporated j near wiioso. name what American_ heart does not i and there are, it seems, two opinions t The Whigs of tDtackr.I .
of in Florida.We .
and in the direction Jasper,
Ieeol. ,: as u part of the Democratic platform thrill with rapture( and! dl'light'ho? does i about it. It is the more important at this I The Whigs of tWs State were in Convention -

This wa done :n Ci/njresK and tLows Mr. Fill- : provides for the '. admission of Kansas | had the pleasure of examining; the not feel that the r'eh inheritance of his fameis I time that correct information should be disseminated ; I r at Louisville on the 3d inst. Seventeen

more'* ditp I. r of time surface, having almost no cuts all the mercenary armies of Europe, and that
j I
I i STITUTIOX." We have demonstrated most \ the determined, (judging! from your speech,) to submithd expressing confidence in Millard
of his
I memory high virtue and his self-de
the to form
We in.ite"our attention to the fclavery i i conclusively that the principle of Squatter: i or embankments, save flight one I voted spirit is our best defence against the sink or swim, survive or perish with him." : Fillmore, and saying he was worthy of their

: resolutions on the first page which were i introduced :;. :: Sovereignty is not embraced in the platform. I the road bed. We are informed by Col. ruin of disunion." Your early compliance will oblige I support, which ws rejected by a vote of sixteen

Ly by Mr. Culhoun in the Senate of ::. What follows. Mr. Buchanan in his. letter i, Schlatter, that" the fall is only, 27 feet in 39} Americans! By virtue of the proud position A VOTER. I counties against, to one in favor. The
miles. with which have honored today ,
the United StalCB, and supported and voted i l accepts and approves the platform, expressly I II you me Whigs of Kentucky consistent, and will

for by 3Ir. Buc'ianan. It is a portion of the I declaring that he will INSERT xo XBW PLAXK MK. EOITOK :-Will you oblige a cou.serI Ij j I you,to in cherish selecting the me memory as your of organ the ,Father I charge of The Unkindest Cat of 111." not favor the aspirations of a renegade from.

J bright record of the latter upon upon the subject I NOR TAKE ONE FROM IT." Is it not fair then j vative": by informing him the reason of the I! his Country. Reverence his character, study If my memory serves me correctly, Gover- their party to Presidency..

; of felavcry.: IleadiL : to suppose that Mr. Buchanan intended the rejection of that worthy old Whig, Jen. R. 1: his life, and, as far as it is capable of imitation norCall, in arecent_ newspaper controversywith -.
: FUSION IN \"E fO T.-1De Black Rttpablican -
.\. Shine at the Saturday last make it your model and your pattern in the late Editor of the Floridian and
THE M.1EIAXXP.TIIIOT.. This spirited J language of his letter to correspond with, the I meeting on by all tho relations to Accustom Mass State Convention of VermOlthave
principles of the Platform. Every reasonable I: th Know Nothing party. He has alwaysbeen your country. Journal, denied the existence of the Democratic nominated the American candidates for
Kttle jourtl3f we ire pleased to see, has doffed yourselves to associate all the blessings you
: ita political neutrality, and becomes an advocate and fair minded man will fio conclude. considered the Wheel Horse of the 'rlig enjoy with his venerated name. Recall with party prior to the nomination or electionof State officers

.. of Democratic p ncipleg. W I welcome The New York Courier & Enquirer, confessedly party sensibility and concern the hallowed fields of Martin Van Buren, and asserted that Van ANOTHER DECLINATION.- We noticedthe

I understand the only reason given by the Trenton, White Plains, Monmouth. York- Burcn was its founder.Mr. .
of the most intelligent'Journals! published .
the Patriot into our ra4s, and wish it the one declination of the electors on the Fillmore
t North, criticisiug the Democratic plat- I Committee is, that he was in favor of Rail I town ; and when, if it ever should happen, Walker, on Saturday last, read an extract ticket in Virginia.-In Mississippi
most ample success. i Constitution is assailed or soil invaded
I. fom, thus .complains that it repudiates squatter I Roads. Like a Stirling citizen who by his own your remember, as you rush to your their rescue, from a speech of Mr. Buchanan, delivered Amos R. Johnston, Esq.. one of the candid

: On oar Table [ sovereignty : industry now commands: a high position-lie and derive courage from the reflection, that it in 1815, (twenty-one years before the ates for elector on that ticket for the State at
The proceedings of a Democratic meeting It will be observed that the doctrine of I is for advancing the interests of the State.- was ho who first unfurled the banner of freedom candidacy ot Van Buren) in which he denounced large, has also declined. -

: in Liberty County, which*,are unavoidably Squatter Sovereignty, about which such ado i Poor excuse. A COXSKRVATIVE.OCr placed it on its present lofty height and the administration of Mr. Madisonas Or The-Paducah Democrat S&1S'V..

; I |ostponed, to appear next week. Also several was made two years ago, does not figure in I Our correspondent above has givenus defended it with success against the arms"and a Democratic. Administration.. Mr. Buchanan -. are authorized by a gentleman of Padacab,
mighty of the mistress of the seas.
communications which will be it at all. We have indeed something about power who has the that he
: interesting of that we confess our then belonged to the Federal party.- cash, to say will bet five
the" non-interference Congress with Slavery a problem strategy, At 2 the Riflemen and their invited -
by .
published at the same time, including one shows that and thousand dollars that Kentucky will go for .
This circumstance
friends summoned good
solve. Ei were to a
in States and Territories, and the right of inability to -[ > sumptuous Buchanan and for President
.. from Capt. Wm. B. Hooker, of Tampa, giving the people of the Territories, wb never their dinner, prepared by their excellent host Maj. great men may, from early association or ., and Vice President Breckenridge in November, next.

,:. an interesting detail of the Lite,fight with numbers justify it, to form a Constitution, b. FILLMoRE LOsT.IN lls8\CI.LSET'rs.-1 Godbold, whoso preparation and attentionwas other surrounding causes, embraced erroneous : _-, _

.. the Indians. \fkh or without Slavery ; but not one syllabi A convention of the Know Nothing party in as pleasing to his guests as it reflected anj improper views of duty and policy. It.I. THE DEMOCRATIC PRESS. '

c .' _ _ I is expressed respecting the power of a Massachusetts held a few days since, tossed credit upon himself. The table rejoiced
MEETIXC under the profusion of luxury, and, surrounded further shows that such men, when they see The Dojlestown (Pennsylvania) Democratsays
: DEMOCRATIC U ix SCMTER Territorial Legislature over the subject" Mr; Fillmore overboard, and resolved by a every
as it was by wit, patriotism and their error, have the moral firmness to renounce that there i is- not one democratic paper
.-Wo have received, bat not in time to In 1826 thirty Mr. Buchanandid Fremont the Black
years ego largo majority, support within either East West
talent, it could not be otherwise than agree it, and embrace the truth. This Mr. our knowledge, ,
;4 i appear in this issue,the proceedings of a large express abstract opinions against slavery Republican_candidate. able. After somo speeches and national Buchanan has long since done. He has publicly North, or South English or German, that

:: irccting'of Democrats in this county, on the at the same time that he coupled their exprea- United States Magazine songs tho company was quietly dismissod.ind .- does not fling the.banner of' Buchanan,Breck
the sentiments contained in
21st nit. Cot J. McRrobert Baker was nominated sion with a full acknowledgement of the obligations feeling and satisfaction everywhere prevailed repudiated enridge, and .democracy to the breeze andis
We have Teceive the July number of thispopular' his oration of 1815. So far Democracy is service under its gvoelfolds. t
it doing gallant
and the day closed as joyously as
for the Senate ; and Jonn W. Johnston, of the Northern States under the Constitution
Magazine, neatly executed, and hand was begun. concerned, he has been known for nearly .
: Esq., for the House Representatives. This a? alco the nights of the .Southern -
wilh illustration
ornamented pictoral -
somely forty as an honest and able National -
4 and will make almost clean States under the instrument. The ridiculous years
h a strong ticket a same Price Two Dollars, and cheap a that \. DALLAS NOT TO BE DISMISSED.-The Democrat, distinguished for talents, and de fr About year ago, the Know Nothings

sweep in the county. Capital resolutions charge of his having said that if ho j gH fc i latest intelligence from the other side of he votlon to the Constitution. His record is apart in making their platform said that the American
National and blood in his veins ROAD ABBIVKD.: -We learn had arisen the ruins and in
vrere passed endorsing our had a drop of Democratic RAIL IoN water assures us that Mr Dallas will not be of his and party upon
Country's history, no mean
delivered and been from the "Jacksonville News, that tons spite of the opposition of the Whig and Democratic
State tickets, and eloquent speeches ho would let it out, has time ogain 12
dismissed. This is that ,
an acknowledgment either; and it is difficult to imagine We wonder if do
part ,
parties. they pot
1 IJv Col..CaIicr and Mr. !cJ!fotm.: Ifcirra w: proved to be untrue, but is nono the less reiterated of iron fO tho Fernandina Railroad, has.ar.
our Government: was right in dismissing Mr. why Mr. Walker selected from such a record think now, they :were permatnre, in making
die'South Florida..Democracy, which never on that account. Since that period rived at Fernandina. This is certainly good Crampton.Col. such declarations. If they were not they are
which had
A portion expressly repudiated -
capitulates, but fights through a campaignwith Mr.,Buchanan has voted with tho South in. news, infusing new life into our eastern neighbor certainly wasting an immense amount of .

more than spartan Intrepid! ., 'They variably, upon every-question affecting slavery. *. James M. Baker-This gentlen a i condemned, by its author, with. whichto ammunition at a dead carcass seeing that

deserve, nnil will.bo rowned with u brilliant Ho voted in Congress jigainst the reception 03: ( Gardner, of Mass., has declared accepts tho Know Nothing nominatiol for entertain' an intelligent audience unless for they are continually firing at tho Democratic
the late Editor of nominee.
the of
victory.. of abolition petitions, which! Mr.. Fill- iu favor of Fremont for tho Presidency, Congress. purpose sustaining .


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Democratic Keeling In .Je'ersoII.A we raise against their hostile incursions thanto I Later from Washington. I for Sale. Burning Fluid United Stot : ni
people this frontier with bold \
a and hardyrase Land
flf the Democratic WASIIIXRTOX July 7.-The Senate -
lis- party WIIS passed -
ro>* ." tract of Land lying the Jest irewired lu,1 forsule _
of actual Ecitioit -, .' t' a superior Quality :
the 5th irM. fur > : the bill for the improvement of the m nth of I A offered OF LIVELY. FLORIDA.. .
Ii>lJ at Monticollo 0:1 lliot'uqjose t toils end peril of :the I County of Jefen. is hereby for 8.e by AMES a if-
: ) ?
s the '
Mississippi, over the President's veto, bya Said lauds lie are t inarkit and in 31.1858. !
of the nominnlior.s t1.c ,'cl. eDyen t May 2. _
ratifying 0 .Such a population u.ight and.it POST Or/icr DIPAITMIKT. | I
prevent war, vote of 31 to 12. The House refused to j j a good nelgl.Lrhlod. They lire situate'itli a few .
iiadison Stale Convcu'ion arrtl of the National war should] come, \vo\ild save: us the effu. consider the Senate's: resolution to adj- urn i mitl of whCre Penncola Oetr il Rlrd Advances on Sea Island Cotton. I .t JQM 19 1B36. f _
sion of much I and described 1 follow, viz: Sea Island CotJLJ 1 U mato*i the r UriUtI _
Convention at Cincinnati And also uman blood and millions of on the 2Slh inst.MilitaryMoveinents. run. are ns T IDERAL ADVNCES ronde on >ROPOS AL3 ft* rtnjjnj *
; "; in conducting it. The v\i.-et nations I I' The W -1 of the S E i of Section 7. Township 2, ton for Shipment to Charlrtton. by D. LADJD. 11 Statw from October 1.1864. to JUT 34, 1 8 59
for the purpose nominating legisiatois torpresent of monejj had :. S of llanee 6, R al!the W i of the NEt Section New Port. N:v. 3.1853. 44 on the fiJlowliig roote in tie State of Florida in tM -

the County in the lower House of antiquity always acted upon the same In Kansas. I i 8, same Township and Rng also the .W i of the ----_._-,- --- ---- manner lu.efn specified.w til be received at tile Contract
principle.] It was the policy of the Romans WASHINGTON. July] 5.-General P. SMITH : SEt of Section 5. sme and Range ; and A. W. DAVIS, D. D. S. Office of the Post OflSee Department, in the city

the next I legislature I to send military colonies to their frontiers, to is to relieve General( CLARK from his command | the W:1 ,of the S E J of Seton C. Mine Township FLA. of Washington. until 5,p. m.,of tbe _.lit September. ,

On motion ol CoK. E. E. Rlackluim, lIon. I be a barrier against the incursions of the of the c-f the West and 1 DlrRfn ; mid the W ( S E 4 of Section 6, RESIDENT OFFICE,TALLAHASSE 1 866, to be decided] en tb. riext day: "* "J
barbarians." Department j i MrE ami Knnge containing altogether Important Improvement in Artistic I 6857 From Columbus by"fort Fanning. Shoal Town
DANIEL( BIRD was called to the Chair l Ii will remove the Head QuaiU-is: from St. pome 480 acres, or thereabout*, b the same more orFor Dentistry, I Old Town. Clay Landing. Atseoa Otie, sad Ho-

and N. G. Me DONALDappointed -- Louis to Leavtmvoith.Goxrirson I I !! 'Port and back twice mornb. ,
and ROBERT SCOTT I which tbe f.ice is restored to its original contour moans::. to Buy a
Difficulties S
j in Texas. terms apply to the r.ndersisnH'd' ntr Wakecnab. BY I
Secretaries.On I 1! and with it the loss of the teeth supplied *o a* inlteamboolt.LI -
We have ; AGF"" will state the dirtanff, *wt a schedule
: account from Texas of serious ; to elude detection. Samples of this improvement maybe I Bidders propose
motion of John Finlayson Esq., a com. disturbances the Louisiana NOT June 28. 185C.( 20-4w- also inserted which will make due comer with the steamers -
sets on
on border. The ----- -- -- - seen; temporary
I July !.- The that t plying between New Orleans La,"od Key West.
.... ce of five consisting of Messrs. Win. Bai- free negroes, mulattoes and white men, to Governor SHANNON of Kansas had report | Dissolution.1IE GiUCi Ptirclin Fa: ,

JeT. ST., John Finlayson E. E. BlackburnJohn the number of forty, with the Sheriff at their I untrue. resignedis :, Firm of Brooine & Shine wns ilii-solvcd i by In a few hours, so that persons having teeth re- 1'ro09:11s for orce week service are also inritH.KOTE .

DeWitt head who had been ordered to leave the JL mutual ci-nht-ut, on February 25, 1S5C.t Ii movrdc.ui h.,"e a complete substitute immeduitely. -
WootPii :md Washington I i I Childrt-n'a teeth extracted and advice giHn to parentsin S
country, have n-fnsid to do and have for- July 5, 18J6.! 27
was appointed to draft resolutions] expressive tified themselves &" I AXTI. tCJt.\'iAX CONVENTION.NEW I I. ----- _. _____ _______ __ I regard to the management and treatment of the Prof os ds must be ginrnntied by two reaponmhfo!
some four miles above Madi teeth ratL.. All warranted! to suit the most 'ersoacemtified to -.al1t'b ya poatiutitfr rr judgn
Joseph S. \ In Leon Circuit Couit. operations
lli,j sense of the meeting. j son. They are reported to have .1 hundred YORK July] 5.-A call, signed by vs.W'Iam" v Bill for Divorce.Isloy fastidious. Wi4! practice in the principal, towns of a court of record; and cuulract mut be entered: .

During the absence of the Committee Col. I guns, besides pistols and bowie knives and several prominent Democrats has: been published i \'iinm )J JI throughout the State. References : the Faculty of i itby the successful bidder.; with"surety, before tbsIstofOcobcr.

in the of this for Convention the Ohi> College of Dontal Surgery, and tho!e who 1S5G.
to bid defiance their papers city a
to Almost "TT I
S. Dilwoith being called upon addressed J opponents. I appearing to the sli"flcion of tbe Court, by nf- he for. No will be made "or tri a not performed ani
is daily operating
: : man is armed, and lllhe in continual I to assemble Syracuse on Thursday i i JL fiil.ii'it. that the \ Isley Williams,resides pay
I of such omission tot
,. 2(5 1856. 17 for each satisfactorily expLiinfd
in and effective Apil: ( ,
patriotic J
-ting a man- the tilth inst. in BUCHANAN. the of the and is in
apprehension from enemies. The high opposition: to beyond jurisdiction: Conrt not an times the of the be deducted.
I three trip
grass I ---- --- -- ---- -- --- pay may
I, in the prairie affords hiding places everywhere j hnbitant that of Ihl defendant State of Florida.enter her It is, on motion,and ordered I ICE ICE ICE For arrivals so far behind tim-aa to break coonextoa 4
j t.e appearance nod not excMteJ.finefourth s
::.e Committee through their chairman and no man can leave his home with I demur, nnwcr or plead to the said Bill in the Clerk'soffice I with depending mails ufHciently
sa fetv. J-: The Garmantown ((0.) Locomotive i of the Ciicuit, Court of Leon before' the : ANY QUANTITY OF ICE. of the componsatwn for tbe trip ia subject
M ted the following resolutions which on or .
: I' unless the delinqueuey
-epoi to forfeiture. Fines will be imposed. -
]late for FILLMORE, has gone over to Ikc.IL'i.X I first Monday in October 1856. Otherwise said Bill NIGHT AND DAY.
te and .
satisfactorily uplait..d.for
'- unanimously adopted : General Jackson and the Now aik. Times i shall taken for confessed. It is further ordered promptly
the Methodist ; ((0) and Day- b SALE BY neglecting to take the mail (rom .r into A port
: ',' KcsaJvnl, That though \vc would haveS :I I Preacher. ton ((0.) Journal? late for FILLMOKI: :, have ;., that :copy of this) order be published in one of the FOR HENRY BERRY. office; fur suffering it to be'injured,destroyed robbedor
in the
city of for three months
red to confer again on our present Chief I I II I joined the Reps. neWllRpcrs the saidiiist TllahssEf October 1856.- May 24, 18:G. 21 lot; and for refusing, after demand to convey the
'oj Franklin Pierce that honor lu; ;: The Western Christian Advocate records I I t ay mail a* frequently .a the contractor runs, or w concerned
istrate, !j. Dune aud passed at July ht 18I --- -- --------
sustained in i the following interesting anecdote of Jackson. Charlwrl :/ in running. vehicles on the route. The Post- t _
aheady so nobly maintaining Goinff Going-Gone I J. U'AYLES BAKER, Judge. Insolvent Estate Notice.State
General annul.the contract fiT
The of it in the Tennessee I master may repented
scene was Annual G. K.
Constitution the choice of the WALKER and
s ; } Since the nomination of" Buck and Breck"there
I failures to run agreeably to contract, or for disobeying
ational Democratic Convention has fallen Conference held at Nashville! and to which D. W. GWYNN, of Florida, J .
has been a perfect stampede I Solicitors for County of Leon. )f fALL the pout office laws or iuotructiotia of the depart-
he had been invited of I among theI .1
by a vote brethren Compr. '
another we lejoicc that one so olten I I o nt. The Postmaster Genral may alter the sche
tried upon and faithfully proved: a' James Buchanan that they might have the plea-are of an introduction Democratic Know Nothings ofAlabauma.- ,| -July- -5, 185C. 7-31 I I persons having claim against tbe Eetate of dule. He m ,val! o order an increase of service by
so ---0 -- ------- --- ------- t Jinking, late of Leon county. deceased,
: has been selected to guide our hosts I to hirn. I One wild rush back into the Democratic fold, I MORE PRIZES THAN BLANKS ; an hereby notified to present the Mme to the Judge allowing therefor a pro ratq increase on the cneifaetpay. '

I The committee was appointed; ?:id tbe J - --_.- I (.f Probate ot Lii County at hi' office in Tallabns- He may also curtail or' discontinue tbe serrkv
to battle and to victory. Montgomery Journal (Whig) says : i I whole or iu part at rata decrease of allowing
i pay
That in nonii- General fixed the time for 9 o'clock on Monday I 5,031 PKIZKS! GO.OOO DOLLARS see, on or before the firt Monday in December next, pfo Jf'm I
"Znd.RcsoIrcd our present j Shortiidge, Campbell) RakerVrn.. R. Smith ; 1 i for rne month's extra cmpcnsationonthnrnnunt
--- I rita.
the lIon. James Buchanan of Pennsylvania morning. The Conference rooms beingtoo I p.ivnieiit: pro : of wrrice dispened with. Hid should be addr seed t t
flees j Hardy, Withers and host of other Democrats : D. \V. WYNN
a ,
Grand "' J
for the Presidency and the Hon. John small accommodate the hundreds who I *> Speculation to the Second Assistant postmaster General', superscribed I
off the dust of Know Nothinpism Jude of Piobntc.
I '.0. C857. Florid ;
of lt'utuckor the Vice wished to witness the introduction, one of the FOR A SMALL INVESTMENT "Froposali
C. : May 51 1S6. 21
Breckeniidge, ,
in their haste reach their adrcrtiVfm-nt
to respeciiveholes : i ___ F. r further particulars lei< pamphlet i'y'
churches was substituted and hour before --- -? .
Presidency the Democracy and the whole i an in the old Democratic den ? In addition I IMPROVEMENT ON THE ---- --- -- fir carrying the mails in Virginia. North Carolina. t 1:' '
element of the have the time was filled to overflowing. South Car-linn and Florida. dated t.
conservative country to these, there are large numbers of tlu-ir i 5Qp Boxes Mullins Tobacco. Georgia January
: Front seat* were reserved for the members of 1 1855. JAMES CAMPBELL <" 1
reason not only] to be satisfied: but to i Approved Havana Plan Lottery. : ,
| leaders who have their horses tied
every that the reigns of Government for the Conference, which was called to order out, reailjr 1 ____ __._ ____ t rl"'O be received during the months of September Postmaster Gen.rat .. ,.
rejoice j j to start at a convenient moment. I JASPER COUNTRY ACADEMY and October next, 4 or 500 Boxes of Mullin's assorted 21, 18:G.
four years ]longer, are so ]likely to fall into ;I by the Bishop, seated in a large chair by the Tobacco. At a !1"5 thaI cur: be purchased --unc 25-4W. t
I price
te!: hands of men in evervvny so fitted for altar, JOIst before the pulpit. After prayersthe 1 1I' Shoitridge! here mentioned was the Know I LOTTERY. I in New York or any other Northern market. Many To Rheumatics & Others. ;r

.lie respective stttiol1E'hose administration I'' committee retired, and a minute afterward I i Nothing candidate for Governor last year have tried it fE'ai.. before and expressed themselvessatirk'd
entered the General. led ---- of the fact. l-t others d> the same. To the rI"O all persons suffering from Rheumatic Complaint '
will be for the good of all sections, the conducting They Smith is the Know
distinguished Nothing [
] offer
him to the chair which made I ST\T trade paiticLlarly I refer. Time given on Lots. we a positive remedy inJiiy' SlimtilitinyLinimrnt. .
only way to preserve the glorious Union. I Bishop's was ,member of Congress from the Tuscalo&aI I). LADD. It has been effectual in the permanent ,.

3rd Resolved, That the success of this 1 vacant forhirn ; the Bishop meanwhile: occupying I District whose CLASS O. Newport July 5, 1S5G. 27 cure t>f Chronic and Rheumatic diseases. Tlu n l nnd* _
is what the needs-what it is I another place within the altar. I great speech against foreign. --- -- have no doubt been relcued'rom an notimely death '
country directed call the | ers and the is daro in rpO bo drawn July 15th, 1S5G, nt Concert Ilall.M.i-' ------S25-REWili by the use of this great remedy. ,
destined! in our opinion to enjoy and in doing I The secretary was to pope, we snj the po. Con, Ga.., uudcr the sworn superintendence of Col. i For sale by Druggists general'v and at Wholesale t

q. 1) AXAWAY from the Subscriber, on the and Retail by AMES 4 LIVELY. )

and abroad.4.'A 1 which he did in alphabetical order, each corning I i list should] }be embraced Bethea, Senatori This Lottery is drawn on the Plan of the Royal i kt) 10th inst., his Negro Women fcALINA. Tallahassee, May 31. 1656. 22lyPROCLAMATION :

!' RcfoJvcd That we T?ga.d. the lIon. I fo ward and receiving from the Bishop I Lottery of Havar.na: of Single X umbr: this has only ; c She is about 5 feet 8 inches high, abut 24 or -
from the
I personal introduction to the ex-President, and i I City County of Mobile. I 10lK)0) Numbers and the Lottery 34,000 I 25 years old, and of copper complexion, and t
Madison S. and the Hon. S.
George I
Perry I Number*-the Havana: 249 Prizes-this Prices. I
Nor would the bo much different 5(31 of slender form. She was raised on the sea board of
to -
case seem
] ] the )
I immediately retiring to give place to next.I
l hawkins our candidates! for Governor and I Look to your interest! Now is the time. Georgia and speaks in the brogue peculiar to the negroes sr I

(Congress, as most worthy standard bearersto I The ceremony had nearly been completed, with the Alabama Whigs. So strong CAPITAL $7,500 of that section. For some years prior to my JAMES E. BROOME, .

bear aloft] the banner of democracy within I when the secretary read the name of Rev. is the tendency which they have shown to owning her, she was owned by Mr. Anxow, of St. :

oar I own Slate. And hereby pledge] the ban. I James T-, an elderly gentleman, with a I rally under the Buchanan banner that it is 1 Prize of. .. .$7,500 ia... .. .f 5,500 Mary', Ga., and may be trying to mike her way (;areoftlze State of Florida.

all honorable to weather-bealen face, and in a suit of jeans, 1" .. .. .'. .3,000 is. .. .. ..C,0"0 back to that I'lac I will pay 20 for her arrest and THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARDT7 -
i.cr: county to use means Secure 1 arose and came forwaid. Few seemed to I proposed to run up the old Whig flag as the 1" .. .. .. 2.000 is. .. .. ..2.000 lodgment in any jail or f 25 for her delivery tome .

their election. ] of them of the Democratic 3" .. .. .. 1,000 are. .. .. 3.000 I b''r(. (EO. S. KING. .
5/t? Resolved, Tiat we most cordially approve i know him. lIe had always been on circuit only mean keephg: out : 5" .. .. .500 are. . .. .2,500 I Newport, June 23, 133C. 2G ;

and adopt as our own,. the platforms on the frontier ; and though; always at conference camp. ; CO t .... .. .1 1UO are ... .2,000 __ "

laid down by the late Cincinnati and Madison I he never troubled i it \\ ith long speeches ._ 3.000 .. .. .. .8 are. .. . .40,000r I I Corn and Cob Crusher. \, an atrocious murder was committed j.
T T on the body of William Millienn[ in the County
but his seat and L said but little- the Tcn-Ccnts-A-Day Slander. -- -- ,
Conventions.After kept I >,< :; .AMOUNTING TO 60,000 ''I / 1 HANGER'S patent: Corn .and Cub Crusher. I of Marion, in this State, on the night oftbe firs _of
the adoption of the resolutions the I that little] however vas f Jo the f'urpo'se.Ir.. I Just noSt, "S the Trenton True American Tickets: lIa/ES. VJT have taken the Agency for the sale of these suPerior March by some person unknown. Now therf fore. .
SIO-Halves 85-Quarters S2.5O
T. forward and introduced to General Cob that the ends justice be subserved, and the
came was Crushers unequaled! it is said to any in may
Convention proceeded to nominate by ballot I, Jackson. lie turned his face towardsthe I ,) while we are publishing Mr. Buchan.I Prizes Payable without Deduction-: I the Country. A strck of these Crushers will be on guilty party brought to condign punishment; Know _

three legislators] and upon the first ballot, General, who said : I an's speech in order to challenge the opposition Persons sending by mail need not fear its I hand early this coming Fall. Prices vry lov. considering ye that I James E. Broome, Governor of the State of ; '1
money Florida,do offer tbe REWARD of $300 for the ;
I great saving in feed. ?45 $65 05 each hereby t f:
Gen. G. W. Whitfield] Joshua L. Taylor and It seems to me we !have met before." to show us where he advocated ten ; being lost. Orders punctually atend.J to. Commanicltions -,! for these sizes. Prices uniforn throughout the county.For apprehension of said person upon evidence sufficientto t
I B. W. Bellamy were nominated. The preacher, apparently much crnbarass- cents a day," the New York Tribune, the j taken at confidential. Bark notes sound banks further particulars.call and examine for yourselves lead to his conviction. fIn
ed said I with tho Creek par. I 80 soou stock for arrives. testimony whereof 1 have hereunto set
as a
: was you through a sample my
head and front of all the j Those
abolition.republican ntinbcis should order im-
wishing particular
B. W. called addressedthe band 0'
caused affixed
Bellamy being upon the D. LADD. to be the Seal of the
r body guard at .
: campaign-one your party, comes in to our aid, and nails this slair] mediately. S Newport, July 5, 1856. 27 [SEAL]State of florida Done at the Capitol in the .
meeting in an : ] >}pnate manner accepting j i battle of the Horse Shoe-and fought. under The 6,000 Prizes of $8. are determined by the City of Talk hassee, this 19th day of May A. I i
Lis nomination and defining his posi- { your command at New Orleans. der to the counter. Hear him : drawing of the Capital of 7.5O0; if the Number that D.1856. '

j The General arose slowly] from his seat, The charge that Mr. Buchanan has ed- I draws the Capitl is an even Number, those Tickets Circular Saw Mill Agency. JAMES E.BROOMS ,\
tion. ending 4. 6, 8, are entitled $8 ; if an odd
extended the and throwing his ]long, withered, bony arms vocated a reduction of laboring men's wages '! Number those Tickets ending with 1.t 3, 6.7,9, are THE undersigned has the agency for the sale'of the Governor of Florida. t
An invilntion to
being memo ." around the preacher's neck, exclaimed to ten c.'nts. per dh's; }but a very partial: ;, entitled to ?8.Address Herrick's Improved Circular Saw Mills," By Governor. Jttc&tF.i. '

bers present, of the Know Nothing party, \ We'll soon meet where there i if no war- support in fact. lIe certainly never made j JAMES F. WINTER, consisting of three sizes for 42, 48 and 52 or 54 inch L. ViLLrnccE.of Florida. } fi.
Saws. These Circulars decidedly the best in use, Secretary
c. G. Fife addressed the meeting. I where the smoke of battle never rolls up ini any such proposition directly, nor anything June 28, 1836. Manager 26, Macon Georgia. i having several improvements over the Page"or any May 24, 1856. 24 of

m. Scott Esq., being now called upon i i sulphurous] incense !" which he understood to have that effect.- I other Patent in use. The cost is about $SOO, *8.50. 'I

| Never before or since have I 'seen so many What he did say was substantially this : The i and $450 for various sizes, according extra carriage, Executor's Notice.
amidst ] and made _
Arose applause nn eloquentand Board of Commissaries of
J tears shed as thenflowed forth from the eyes I true way to encourage American manufac- I tc. For further particulars apply to TOTICE i8 bereby given to all bold in
i m persona
impressive address, in which heeul'gizedMessrs of that vast assembly. Every eye was moist tures i is, to diminish! their money cost }by re- I II Police and DANIEL LADD. -L\ claims or demands against the estate of Nvtti-
j FIa. November 3, 16S5.: 44
;. Buchanan and Breckenridge, setting j j with weeping. I Ptiicting our currency. Suppose a piece of I obedience to the Health 13, 1. Newport nan Gilcreaee, late of Gad den cortnty. deceased, to I 1

forth many proofs to show that upon the success ; Eleven years haw passed away since that i cloth can be made in Germany for fifty dol 1 1liars IN hereby appoint the following individual* commis. Rough Rice Rough Rice present thorn legally law authenticated within tie time
day. The old hero has been than (ten which cannot be made here for less than furies of Police and Health iu the several Wards of : prescribed by or this notice will be nleadagainst I
(.1 the nominees of the Democratic party j more the O A BUSHELS of Rough Ric, their final recovery. E. S. SHEPAKD.Exfr.. .
I in his silent and narrow home. The voice seventy-five, let us contract our currency fifty II III city :- O U For sale by S.?. KNIG IIT. 1 S
In Ward 1. Junction
depended the perpetuity of our Union and II McCarty with Boulevard -
that cheered the drooping fignt and thundered I per cent and we can makethat same cloth t the limits of the city North St ad West P. T March 8, 1856. 16 June 21,1856. 25 19i 1-

the peace and prosperity our country.Col. in the ear of routed armies, is silent fore I here cheaper than it win be imported.: '! I Pi A ROE, Esq. ". jr--P.) P.--Lew s---- ;

} E. E. Blackburn also addressed the er. The old] preacher, too, has fought his The Tribune tells its party (friends that the In Waul 2. North of Virginia St. and fr ,m Monroe City Council Notice.
to Boulevard West D. B. MEGIXXIS[ Esq. notice tn his friends and I _
j meeting in his usually forcible style. I last battle, laid his"armor by, and gone hometo mode of warfare adopted by the circulationof ] I In Ward 3. North of Virginia St. and from} Monroe AT a meeting of the City Council held on May 29, crF. GIVES that be is now iu possession pf.of f

Col. Dilworth being again called upon addressed his eternal rest. this and other si aiders is unwise and improper Eiist I.). C. WJo Eq. 18: (6. It was '&.uILT all the latest Improvement DentitJ
In Ward-o South of Virginia St to McCarty and Resolved, By the Intendant and City Council of try. 1st The extraction of'Teetb. without producing .4

the meeting sustaining the principles Brooke's Deep Sea SoundingS from Monroe to Boulevard West .J. PERKINS- ; -Een.j- -- Tallahassee 3'hat: the clause in the revenue law of Pain bv the aid- of- A__ -local_ annluMttinn_ wlit'h_._" _nna.t.__,_ .
(jf Democracy. Apparatus.This I In Ward South of Virginia St1 McCarty and 1S56, relating to Hawkers and! Pedlers LcI; I-; construed in 8 applying an artificial (reeZ'gmIXtUTC to the part Vi
from Monroe East C. G. as to conform with the law of the Stste, so far until fully benumbed. 2d. The immediate insertion of .
On motion it was resolved that the pro. invention has solved a problem which J -\ fl illl In Ward 6. McC.irty St. to Augu line and from as to except from its penalties venders of charts and a Temporary Set, on .Gutta which can be'

ceeding of this meeting be published in the has baffle the ingenuity of man, since the At Grace Church, on Tuesday morning, 24th ult, Mono to Boulevard West E. D CLACK, Esq. atlases, not books ordinarily so termed. worn with comfort and ease till the Gums are fully I '

floridian & Journal. first attempts to fathom the deep blue watersof by Rev. Dr. Coxe, Co! Jortv IL PARKHILL, of Florida In Ward 7. St t Augustine and from From the Minutes. C. HUTCHINSON, Clerk. prepared for a permanent Set; then-inserted on .
Monroe Junc7,1856. that beautiful
A 23
DJll. E; Esq. plan called continuous Gums which are ;
the and to ascertain the characterof .
DANIEL BIRD, Chairman, ocean t ANNIE E..daughter George R San ton In Augustine St. to limits of city South ------ --- so much worn and admired for beauty,strength and
the bed upon which it rests. Upon the testimony and from Monroe to Boulevard Dr. J. P.DITTAL.In Walter Gwynn perfect cleanliness. ;

X. G. MCDONALD, ))s SecrPiaries.UOBEBT of Lieut. Maury and Professor Bailey, Ward} 9. Augustine St. t limits of city South, May :n, 1856. 22 I

V COTT. J of West PoinVit has shed a flood of light up- Plantation for Sale. and from Monroe to limits of city, East Iloii. J. W. .O IFFERS his services to persons, wishing to enter -_ ---- ---.-- .
Subscribers offer for sale their 12 BAKER. land iu the U. S. Land Office by locating Land Sale.
I on the science of ? logy and zoology] and THE Intlion.
I g North-east of Tallahassee, containing 104 In Ward 10. McCarty St. to Augustine and from Warrants or otherwise. lIe will also give prompt
Mr. Buchanan the Friend ef the Poor
upon many important facts intimately connected acres of oak hickory and pine land a rich and productive Boulevard West, J. 11. LLOYD, R" attention to such business as may be intrusted to him State Florida, )
Settler or Frontierman. I with the physical geography of the sea. as any in this part of Leon county. There are "In Ward 11. Augustine to limits of city South and in either of the other offices in the Capitol. Chargeswill County Hamilton, J JVTOTICE V

In glancing our over the speeches I It has tlso disclosed a most admirable systemof on the premises a Gin house and Screw, Sugar mill from Boulevard to limits of city West, Bl: WILLIAMS, be reasonable,corresponding to services performed. is hereby given thai -aa entire And com-

I eye compensation, by which the status of the and Boilers, dwelling house, negro cabins, and the Esq. Being Deputy in the State Land Office, he of course -L, plete Stock of nw Goods belonging to the e.- .i t
made by Mr. Buchanan in Congress, we maintained and all the necessary out bouses. 350 acres of land is cleared F. EPPES, IntcndanL will make no charge for business in that Department.May tate of Allen G.Johnson, late of said county deemed
foreign ingredi.
Lave been highly] gratified to find that ho has sea is and in a good state of cultivation goal water, an ABSTRACT FROM ORDINANCE, 13 p. 41 44. 17, 1858. 20-ly wfJ 1 be offered at private sal*. Purcfcasm wUl be t >J
with absorbed -
j ents continually mingling waters abundance of the best of timber. It will suit for one Duties of Commissaries:-To visit frequently their required to give good and sufficient security for th*

j placed on record so just and truthful an appreciation and deposited in undisturbed repose or two plantations. respective Wards-to report Violations of Ordinances A Plantation for Sale. payment of the purchase money,and to execute their If

,, of the meritorious character of upon its bottom ; thus demonstrating the, or Persons wishing to purchase will come and see for ; Nuisances; of Matter deleterious notes bearing eight per cent interest, from data, and t
which in all the themselves. We will sell lower than the same quality Health Vagrants ColectIns. Board t ; V HE undersigned will sell at private sale a one half payable six and the o.ber twelve months at- I
i the western pioneers. He delivered a speechin der and the harmony prevails ; ; jointly as a of j l
of land elsewhere. .u desirable ten miles ter date. Persons will be
can b bought. Health for the City-and as such, on the occurrence very plantation North allowed from the date
tho universe
1839, in the Senate, on the proposition to works of the great architect of GEO. II. FISHER. of Epidemics and at other times, to make East of Tallahassee containing four Hundred acres of hereof nntill the first day of July next to pot in their .

lands and which is rendered more apparent by every WM E FISHER. the City Council, which tend to suggestionsto the better excellent Oak and Hickory,nnd pine laud; One bun- bids. Proposals will be received by tfe undmizned
graduate the of the to may
price public disclosure of the secrets of nature. July 12, 1356. 28tfNotice. preservation of tbe Health of the City. tired and fifty of which i is under cultivation. NATH'L. P. MARION. ExtY.

settlers, in which! he made the following The secrets of the deep, brought to light Tallahassee, May 17, 1856.REMOVAL 20 There are on the premises a comfortable dwelling Jasper Fla, June 21, 1856 25 ,
house arid out houses with
J remarks : by Brooke's apparatus, has frr.m the eminent ------------- house and sen necessary'w. First rate well, water a and new good gin 1 i

He could not help congratulating the authorities quoted above, made a large and SIXTY days after( date of this notice, I shall Hamilton apply OF INDIANS. health enjoyed on the place. For terms of sale apply Notice. .. j i

country and the Senate that the senator from important addition to our knowledge of the for Hon the admission the Judge to"of Probate Probate of, of the r lIE War Department having authorized a per to the subscribed, residing on tbe premises. Sta'e of Florida ) 4 iM
\ of God. But ihere county _I_ reward for Indians who be DANIEL L. HOUCK. County of Hamilton. j f
Kentucky had just expressed his concurrencein wisdom and the goodness will of Retus D. DUlett late of said county deceased.JTbe capita living may May 24, 185fi. 21
I II opinion with the illustrious individual at are many practical benefits, resulting from nextof : notified to appear captured or inJurl.d to come in for emigration. I will ALL persons indebted to t tb* eslat of Allen O. I 1

which entitles its authors to and contest the same if they think fitJOHN pay the following premium for hostile Indians deliv- late of Hamilton county, deceased, an _
this invention
1 Hermitage in regard to the propriety of II. ered t the Commandiag Officers at Fort Brooke or Provisions.B requested to make immediate payment, and those :J<
1I Uing small tracts of the public land to actoal thft thanks of the whole civilized world. By 185C. DAKER 'ort Myers SoutliFlo,i.IL having demands against said estate will present them I;

I settlers at reduced prices. When two the use Brooke's apparatus, we can now, S July- -12,- -- _- 288w For each warrior living .. .. .$250 to $500. [ ACOX, Sides Shoulders and Hams, in the time prescribe by law.NATtr1..P.MARION. i:
Flour, Plants Extra, and Superfine, I
150 to 300.
of time out the beds of the woman Exfr
R> in the ,
cn high authorities united he supposed the course map
Coffee Rio
j Notice a boy over ten years living. 100 t 200. June ?I 1,1856. 55 4
question might almost be considered as set- great thoroughfares of the ocean, with a degree I will accounts The highest rates will be paid for all except the For sale low in lots to suit the trade. .
months after
present my
ttei The extremes had met in favor of this of accuracy sufficient for all practical SIX vouchers as Admimistrator, on the estate of very infirm and helpless and in these cases not less B.C. LEWIS. Notice i

principle,and, in his opinion a wiser, more purposes. And, from the testimony Lieut. Hugh 0. McLean, to the Hon. E. C. Love, Judge of than above indicated. J. C. CASEY. June 14, 1856. 21-St I
facts have already been ascertained, for final settlement, Captain U. S. A. persons baring claims against the estate of '
just or more politic principle in regard tote Maury, lrbat for County, a John W. Mann deceased Lite
Ft.Brooke, Tampa Bay. ,. of Gadsden
could not otherwise have been known apply for a discharge therefrom.ALEXANDER I
disposition! of the lands could not which sac notified
j public E. GREGORY, Admt'r. April 26, 1856. 17-3m tl' hereby to present them to the undersigned t 3 '
established provided it were confined than from the use of Brooke's apparatus, Executrix within the tune prescribed by law
\rtnin safe and limits. From his very which demonstrates the practicability of the July 28, 1856. 26-6m or this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery!
firt entrance into public life up till the preset submarine telegraph, now in the and course America.6T For Sale, GROWTH OF 1855. and ment all immediately.those indebted are requested to male* pay. I V0

moment be bad ever entertained the construction, between Europe of the Union MARY MANN. %&.
opinion that the man who first went Into the Such, for instance, as that the sea on this ONE IIIIIVDUEp, of Florida; with BONDS interest Coupons due RUT receired Baga,flat, Turnip Cabbage Beets, Ac. N.OTICEOF June 1,1858.A1 2Hm f t

*fcrness< and felled the forest ought to be route is nowhere too deep for the wires to since first January 1842. Apply to AMES LIVELY. 4
Tended with peculiar favor. Such a man, sink ; and that the bottom of the sea of this l. L. RUTGERS. January 5, 185G, 1. Citation.State a

}.Y the sweat of his brow, had provided telegraphic plateau is iu a state there of neither perfect July 12, 1856. e Withdrawal of Lands inFLORIDAADALABAMA of Florida >. To the widow$ or next of kin of
I and that are
home for himself and his family, would trauquility ; for Trestling County of Le.n J Richard Reran, deeeaaed:
rear np children endowed with tho frank and icebergs currents or any other abrading pro- A Homestead for 810 ,. Contract TO HEREAS a petition baa been filed inmyofTT t.r

manly Virtues' which were the firmed sap- cess, to derange the wires after they are once $310,000 Worth of Farms and Building AND GEORGIA R."R.Co. ) flee for the granting of probala of the DODCU- _

POrt of Whilst en. lodged. Yet there is reason to believe that LOTS Tallahassee, April 29th 1856. f ... pative will of the said Richard Regan you are hereby
republican institotioni. are invited for the eon- n3ti&d: tbt 1.hue appointed Thurtday the 10th
.Ogingiueb actual settler, we ,were act- an invention which promises as important results IN the Gold Region of Culpeper Co.T irginiato b PROPOSALS culverts and treading IN pursuance of the act entitled M An act granting day of July next for the bearing of said petition and j'

r:the J j e st manner to promote;_ inter- practical and scientific, as any that has divided among.t 10,200 subscribers on the 1' Iti ;! on the line of Pensacola and Georgia public lands, in alternate sections, to the States of you are hereby cited and called to Ippear before meat
i* land. Every occurred since the invention of the telegraphis of September, 186 for the benefit of Port Royal Female Hal Road feom the function with the TallahasseeRail Florida and Alabama* to aid in the construction of the Court-bouse in Tafl4se.oo the day a&rt-

|Lnt proprietor of the public but little known to any but a few scientific Academy Subscriptions ONLY TEX DLLI EACH, P-d to the Suwannee River. Some cf tho workis certain railroads in said States"approved 17th May, aid, at 10 o'clock.A.M.,in order that you esq- ,
"veraeotmade by an actual settler added of endeavoring to one half down>the rest on the delivery of time DuD required immediately. The construction of the rest 1856, all the lands lying within fifteen miles on each test the same if you think fit may I

? e fa all tbe SAITODoding-'bfldl, and en- men. For the purpose Every subscriber will get a Building Lot or a Form may DO deferred, t b completed as the graduation side of the following railroads .nd branch named in r, --1 GiT**nmder band Iud teal or
,, my c'c.,
ru tkepvmt to sell them the more render the author of the deep sea sounding ranging in value from f 10 t$25OOO. These Farms I of the road progresses. For further particular and fo said act, to wit: From St. John's river at Jacksonville 1 s.J thithdayofMy.LD.,1U6.

Pljat apparatus" better known, and the important and Lots are sold .cheap t induce ettlemenU, asufficient and drafts, apply at this office. to the waters of Eecambin bay. near Ptnsacola; P.W.GWYHN. ,

beataudard. price.. contributions to science which his invention number befog re.ervc the increase i the pans E. C. CABEL President from Amelia Island, on the Atlantic. to tbe waters of S Judge of Pro,. .

5bPeeuIla k rea onf. now XI.ted"hwe the favor of to give value of which wi compensate the apparent low May 10, 1856. Tampa bay with a branch to Cedar Key ou the May l -6o3ay.Httfce. S
; .urage the *eldemi of the eotxn- promises, I request you price now Ample security will be given fo Gulf of Mexico, (except the Tampa bay portion south .iob1$56. : t

sty on the. extreme 'western limits of the this communication a place in your paper; the faithful performance of contracts and"promises.Qf Notice. of junction with the Cedar Key branch;) and from '. I

and Mississippi. trusting that your example will be :followedby More Agents are wanted t obf IUbrbr Pensacola Florida to Montgomery, Alabama .hate, .
jjjw ,territory beyond the all the editor in our State, who take an 4o whom the most liberal "n b SIX months after date 1 shall present my accounts by instruction from this office been suspended from .w.aics (from daft w- abaJl
d't k n oof polic/to I remove all .the _In- the reputation of one of Virginia Some Agents write that they are gven &&.to the Honorable Judge'or Probate of sale and location,turn further orders. a: SIX of Probate of Le apply r/far 0 UM Hon.

7j>* from ib'e States And settle them imme- interest in but .dei will be,done fo every Agent Hamilton County for a final settlement as adminUtra- Given under my handattb G.neralL nd6fficat admioiitratioD tb eotat q emm litton of _
other fortune mot upon of
of Lflre* Ida o/
who can boast no the ef Deunis Dou late of said tho Gretn
tor estate of
z; e3y btyOhdiOijr extreme western frontier. 'sons, full particulars, Subscriptions, on ri&1. City Washington, this LW1IatJWrd'day said coooty deceaaed. :
reputation.P & TI deceased and allk to be J ecburged from said i of 1856.
iL e t.b and disconten.rSw his professional Agencies ; apply BAUDER County May JOHV t"OGAll.LCl1Y
I r| $1vtillke; retflrts, S. The: author 'of_ this inventionLieut. is Port Jloyal,, ., administration. AMES W. GEIGER I THOS.A. HEXDRJCKS, Commi imcr.
;\!-ere Brought together in great Feb. 2 1856. 5 June 7 18M. GJUWf.
HXffltHSr NW, what stronger barrier could John M. Brooke, U. S. Navy. July f 186. 27 23 Hal :.a, ll :2-4. _

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NEW: ,'GOODS THOMAS WHITE THE PUBLIC; iTO I J Important to Housekeepers, For monulacturlng Lacotn'Bimir6vcd-P Liquors, Cordials EflerBevmjjw ceSR.Tf'lml, I 'Dr. CELEBRATED KO 'XI1'.u--

-' I DO CERTiF in the,year 1854. I visitedDr. I FARMERS AND FRV1T/ 'GROWERS Vinegar. Bitten Syrup.
::4 MANUFACTURER of Copper and SLeet Iron Mosejey' Infirmary at Griffin, Ga, for the Essences,Wine*,&.
JOHN PRATO RIO US in all kinds of Plain and Fancy ; ..VERMJFTJGELIVER
relief of
purpose of obtaining a very painful and dfstrewing 0Arthur's AlL IJSPS Or 1IO.CO C.4X BZ HASCT.CTVKZI I OS. 12 .T!'
Tin Wares takes pleasure in informing the citizens! CA>cca of the nose and eye. My nose,was O ChtS Paz OIILO I

-, MERCHANT TAILOR, j of Tallahassee and the surrounding country, that be is all entirely gone before I visited the Doctor besidesa Patent AfrTightCAIVS.o A N OUTLAY li'wfll famish the apparatus far I PILLS.
wait on all that wish to patronize ulceration cheek and about
now prepared.
: titatar m Refiy Matte? Clothing and I hhn in biB line of business. He adO tenders his thanks very. I deep am trappy and prond o my to ay that myete. / prtterving frfA Fruit article soextensively and 1 "'Hl- I Ila.converting.WbLskey::d Water into the strong- .
Moscly ,. Thi'
D. Winter U* in 86 hours, tt a cost of two to three cents Two ofsle.e best
% GtiUeaeik's! FGraisbiBg Goods t to his friends, and the public generally for the very did ellete me, and had it not bnfor my having t used in the East and Northern States List season, .i, cat'Vinegar Preparations of the Age
_ .-- ; liberal patronage with which he has heretofore been clpbee myself to very weather., will btf inffodoced to the citizens of Tallahassee and per The vessels for this are
only ecsary
fa voted, and Iwpcs that a continuation of the name that I would have had return of purpose
dp- bleT D led surrounding country by the undersigned who has row i ir '! Wine of WLiskey barrels. The'substances!wLicL They are not recommended
FA3IKI3ONABL&SPRING be him. second
will visited the Doctor
granted a time and j
l the exclusive manufacture in this vincinity for '
right filled for the of making Vinegar .
r they are purpoee ,
of all
He will hand full supply relieved end far the
constantly keep on me again as
rarjottateports .
; to call and
A It
I the Coming season. t! only necessary be found in of the forests of America. as.- Universal
I can any
AND SUMMER sorts of Ware usually kept in an establishment of his I about the Doctor's injuring, or failing tv reliete me, examine these articles nod the recnmmendali'wn of .|, Persons without the slightest knowledge of this bin
lin41 of business. A full assortment ofSheet Iron, they are positively false. As regards Dr.Hoseley'3 be convinced that I
the persons who have wed them to mess led into the or Cure-aIls but
CLOTHSAND'CASSIMERES. Sheet Lead ; Lead Pipea; Sheet Zinc, Cistern Pomps, skill in the Treatment a Cancer*, I know of no Ph'y- : they arc the beet, most simple and economical articleI facture are, which imperceptibly is by no menus compli process'tei?. manu simply for
( extensive assortmcni of and a great many other articles too numerous to men sician in the world would sooner rely on than I the offered to the public. They can
; IA.t noir receiving an purpose ever Tins work i into be fociid Mt No. 60 Camp street their name
': Caaatmerea Veetingt, Drap d'Eto, White tion. hitoAs a SURQEONand PHYSICIANhe is equal be used by the most unskilful person, withont theslightest and at the book store No. 46 St. Charles street, opposite purports.
and Mar TO BUILDERS.Tin to any in the Southern States ; and I am happy to I risk of failure.
Brown fcnd Fancy Linens, While Figured the St. Charles Hotel. Price $2 per 1 hw
.seflles all of which I am prepared tft make up OIl f Roofing Guttering, Copper and Tin Conducting say that I found him to be a perfect gentleman and I Purchasers supplied with a circular containing I amount (two dollars)tan be sent per moil in goldi I .
fa&iuooable and ete. all of which he promises to do in the most Philanthropist, and advise nil persons afflicted with I full and reliable directions for putting fruits "
;. abort notice in the'mott styles on reasonable Pipes and the work sent per return mail, purchaser must enclose i The VERMIFUGE
: teymi.j work-man-Iike manner and style, and of the best ma a.r, the' DOCTOR as soon as possible and o and tomatoes in these Caus, placing"the whole process 30 cents in stamps to pre pay and Register the for
ALSOA terial, on shortest notice and most reasonable terms health restored. RANSOM COPER conveniently within the reaeb.of every housekeeper. Book. Address

j Having been engaged for the last eight years inI Rome. August 8Ob, 185.t I. A large supply of these Cans will be constantly kept HENRY WALTER A CO., Publishers i expelling Worms from
: LARGE A>DWELL SELECTED ITOCK- OF I business at this place be thinks it unnecessary to recommend Mr. Cooper signed the above in my in store. Persons wishing to supply themselves should New Orleans LA.

1 READY-MADE CLOTHING himself any further to the public as regards pre THOMAS PERRY, Post JQ3tr.i apply immediately, as the frnit season js near t band.I I :3f* The groat value of this work has been sufficiently the human system has
; his capabilities as a mechanic but at the same time he i Rome, August 30tb, 1855. I All Cans sold arc made by the undersigned and warranted its text book ,
adoption as
by a
Consisting in part of Ca&hmerette Frock and Sack assures all that favor him with a call, good work and i safe. WM. P. SLUSSER. I various proved liquor manufacturers of the city of New by.the York also been administeredwith
r Fancy Colored Frock and Sack. 1 rap d'Ete Frock cheap prices. j Awful Case of CancelCtif 'fi. May 31, 1856. 22 :

$ Sack and Business, Alpacca: Sack and Busiiicbp.White I; Having removed from the old stand formerly know Tins is certify that S. H. Harris of Crawford ; ___ __ I RECOMMENDATIONS OFTHE PRESS. the
Brown and Linen Coats. Black Diap d'Ete and stand t Col : This work will Toe; found to the most satisfactory
dealer in
Fancy j as White i Slusser, he will bo found at corner j county eanieto mu year 1851, witJi a Cancer : Piano Fortes. supply Ii
p Summer Caseimere P nts. White and Fancy Linen of 200 foot street where he will be glnd to wait : on his.chin; of fourteen years standing,the chin- i qnorp, wine, vinegar, ic, w ;this thorough teacherood I results various
Pants. White iwsd Fancy Marseilles! Vests. Fancy and I on'all his friends. THOMAS WHITE. j bone and saliva! "glands had nil become much 1TTE arc prepared to furnish Piano guide amid all the varied and intricate process ess of to animals
very "
PIainSilk Vests,Shirt, Collars Cravats, Underthirts. i Dec. I, 1 S::. 43 diseased,nnd his constitution'neatly ruined Mr. Harris t "f :Fortes, of the very best quality this business.-.\*. 0. Pi-tvune. ;
I i- *
Drawers, Gloves II ier"" ic. --- --- ---- had been under the treatment of eminent upon the tno!t liberal term It were a work of supererogation to praise a book subject Worms.. .
JOHN PRAETOnIU'S..Apli11P I Honnf"rs, Bonnets. many are second to none in country cither ns of Moos. Lacour's writing. TLe volume before us is
and them was the Dr. They any
physicians among great
_: 1856. 16- LADIES colored straw Bannets. ard: of Ch.vlesiou.! and also, the celebrated Dr.Sbep to quality or price. remarkable for its completeness' nnd the exact practical ; The LIVER PILLS, for

; colored straw trimmed Bonnets, of treated his case twice without Every Instrument will be warranted. directions which it gives. Old manufacturer will
Wines, Syrups, &r.OLD ., plain"' .II .ba1 removing 1cn.ho i case. He finally went to Dr. Marshall MILES NASH i CO.I'ebruarvSS I I find all of the old modes entirely superseded. The : the curc'of LIVER COM.

OtanI Bran4y, S'parklmg Cider, I Mack: I I ns he informed me, the third time, and IIP refused 1356. 8 use of the old formulas would appear ns the foam of .

.t Port, Old Pert Juice, ; white: satin and aiik : to do anything more fur him. Soon after tint timer --- -- -- I folly" in the presence of the new ones suggested ii PLAINT, all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS

Madeira Br.ln.ly Chen its, black.' (extra size) Mr.Harris heard of the many wonderful, cures that I : Q-u..in.ine. i this work. One of the principal objects appears to be .

SbaTy, Sardines, Chilrel and ilisses straw I had made, and visited me at Griffin, as a last ;, to avoid ns far as possible the cole of apparatus or SICK HEADACHE
Sparkling GelAtin, I'l'es'rved Quir.eel, hats I I commenced treating his case, anti in six resort I JUST received 600 OCXCKS Slllph Quinine, I| expensive (to the oper.itor) appliances of any kind in ,

?: Fluorin Extrct, l' a, : For sale 1.," DAVID C. WILSON. t Cancer was all removed, and the sere nearly healed. .. llraild, together with great variety i the manufacture of liquors, dC.-XfW Yot k Timm. &c.
Tamarinds [ 41 of Cbemicals. AMES i LIVELY. Tin's volume contains the art of : ,
13 1855. nud
:.. 1'eaat Powders : Octobr This case was seen and witnessed by more than five pure preparing put
.. 8nhh Olites, Spices, --- -- ---- hundred persons. I have the a/lce now in my possessi I" Aprils__ 1856. 14 ting up the whole list drinkables, from a choice ripe' Purcha.scrsvill
Com Starch Pickle, Bacon, Bagging &c.
WorcetlUnbire Sauce, Salad Oil, received per latest arrival from New Ort t in in GnfDi.: This case was witnessed by I 1 sad economical manner of making eider witliont ap be

Bg1ish Mustard, Cspt'I"I, JUST and New York, the following articles which THOMAS JONES of (Jriffic. I A SUPERIOR article for Table ucc. Jr.st re ,' pies, by fermentation. A friend has applied the re particular to ask for

: Claret Cocoa. they offer nt the lowest cash prices: Dr. J. D: MARTIN, a I ccived by AMES ,t LIVELY. cipe for converting 23 gallons of whiskey into 40 gal

AMES c LIVELY.Jnnary 15 Casks Bacon, 10 Bales Bag ng. .E. W. WILSON, ; April 5. 2856. 14 Ions with the most satisfactory results. The latter Dr. C. McLane's Cele- .

S, 1856. I 20 Bids. Flour, 1 Ps. Sea 1la.do. I 4' F. CRENSHAW, 1i 1-- | quality does not possesss an equal amount of intoxicating :

: 30 Coik Rope, 10 Bbls. Whiskey, I do certify, that myself(, and many others, of this i! Flower Jars. :' properties to the former, though the 40 gallons .I brated VERMIFUGE and
ICES ICE Bbl .Mess Pork I' witnesses to the above stated of various Si'ze was of a much finer color, taste, and odor.-Aiir York
200 l Ib*.Twine, 10 place, were eye case, LARGE assortment Flower Jars, I .
of Ice. Kegs Nails, I I and that Mr.[ Harris left perfectly wel. A % Just reseived and for sale byAMES Mechanic. LIVER PILLS, prepared by
i i
Any (Quanity RICHARDSON 1WHITAKER.. 'I i t & LIVELY. This much talked of book i is at hand. It contains a
I. I.T .
T OT3 of tbe genuine cool stuff, just arrived and Newport, October-- 27, 1S55. 43.--- I Griffin, May, 14, lS5J ;I April 5, 185R. 14Sa1tS1tSaIt. |i could mass information only havebeen| that acquired is perfectly from actual astonishing observation, and ,I
: L for sale bv tbe \r.igoa load, cwt. or the small J t'v .'o.\.
I If wish to
Hamilton Circuit Court. see bgeuuity look
Br D- LADD. In Chancery-m To thc Afflicted {(0'' nil Comliiioiis.i I I Lacour yon applied, in a COP of

,; Newport, May 10, 1856. 19 j Willis W. Burk, Comphiumt: i; do certify that I was most horribly afflicted with : 20 0 SACKS of Salt for sale by I j! the design on Liquor.of the author Practicability No.delays appears are to have been to SOLE Pittsburgh
i! r ;I n Cancer on my upper lip which caused me pain in HODGKISS, POOLE, t CO. I! ascertain the results of an application of necessary a recipe.- ,
Just Received, John V. Stephens, en j Larkin McTyer. and Eliza i describable. After tmn? the kill of all the most ; Noembcr 17,1855. 46' We from actual erTlltjOD.-Phil. Pa. and
___ i speak take
________ Sun.
John! Filcher, Thomas Pilcher. William Pilcber i dI no
i Filcher, ; ,
j tm'mtnt; Physicians that I could Lear oft and that This work will I
ORLEANS revolutionize
PER WM. E. PETTIS" FROM NEW : and Nathaniel Wicker,heirs at law of James j il the present style ofmanufacturing
i without relief. I gave up my case a!hopeless, and as I New Groceries. I liqllort'-N Turk Ht ralcL other there
9 BBLS. Extra and: Sufjcrfine Hour, Filcher deceased, Defendants.TT I I thought, with death (tarin<;. (in the f*cc. But for- Laeour's book for instructing in ihe ; as are various I
0 of
!> Bus prime Rio Coffee, :; appearing upon nffi.ljvit to the satisfaction of the. tunatclv for me, I licatd of Dr. W. R. Moscley's great I JrST Received on Consignment which we offer [i I and bottling effervescing art making
temperance lij other
cash. beverages, i
2 Tie"rccs S. C. Hsms, -L Court that tbe J hn.huti Eliza PilcLer. John Pil- "success in the treatment of this disease, and as a last !j 80 Coffee j quoH, wines, and pure vinegar for the fable,should be preparations now

2 Casks Shoulders, cher, Pilcher and Nathnncl Wicker, heirs at I! resort, I myself his treatment, and in one Bags 1.'I in the hands of in the
Wii1 every housekeeper
3 BbU.Sugar bouse M.L !H", : Law Pitcher, deceased, reside beyond the "j month from the time he commened, I was perfectly 10 Tierces Rice, The copyrights forbids would country.- ; before the public, pur-
1 100 Bbls. Lime I or we give our renders
p 5' WIi3ke"ox ; .. jurisdiction tf this Court,to wit in the state of Geor sound, anti Lave been so ever since I this morning, some of the most valuable
Claret. 600 Sack, Salt. : recipes that
; be
5 i ELIZABETH JINKS. i io porting to Vermifuge
ever appeared print. How much
so information
All (wLkh will be sold J low bv i is on1l'redthat the Mid defendants Reappear aol. : Butts County, Ga, May 27, 18I / : be given for two dollars the
S. S. KNIGHT.Olxablest033. ; 17 1856. 20 I most astonishing feature
Newport May
said bill before the first I and Liver Pills. All
i answer the ou I Mondayin .,,i connected with the book.-A" w York Times.LACOUE .
June next. else the same will be taken .Pro Con- I Horrible Case of Cancer Cured, ox LIQCOR.-This is the most complete

For .. i fessrt,1" Provided this order shall b published in someNewspaper i i BY W. 1 MOSELEY, D. Administrator's Notice. :: work on the manufacture of liquors that we ever met others, in comparisonwith
Expected l to arrive. The Brie 1 within this Circuit ( n week for the period i DR : ,1, with; it contains an immense number of formulas for
S : D.\ILEY Months to said time. j I do certify that I was f."r many years bodily nfrlic- 1 having demands against the estate of '
which will leave v.ith despatch of for prior ALL persons :| making ereryvark.ty liquors,wines,cordials, bitters Dr. McLANE's
!1 ted with Cancer and Chin, I tried the are.
J. WAYLES BAKER on my Lip .al ; W. Argyle, late of Leon county deceased ,
rlc above Po-i. Being her last trip for this season ; Judge. syrups, vinegar, Ac. Tha work is published by sub-
Planters will d) well to avail themselves of this oportuiiity | Mitchell and Stewart Solicitors for Complainant. j remedies I c.ul,1 hear of, but found no relief. I finally j are hereby notified to present them to the undersigned i i Rcription ; the subscribers are dealers and importers of I worthless.
heard of Dr. W. great success io the administrator, authenticated within the ,
5 R Itplefe duly
of supplying tn Charlestwi. j February 2. I : i liquors in this city. This alone woud! sreak more in
RICHARDSON & WHITAKER. treatment of atection*, and visited him at 1 time prescribed by law, or this notice will be plead |! lavor of the reliability of the work than could be otherwise The
Griffin and in the weeks he hail the Can- I GENuncEMcLane'sVermifuge
New P \rriI19,185 16 | BookBidg.H. i course J n bar of their recovery ; and all persons indebted to i' said-.V. O. Delta.
j cer all removed. I would advise all that are afflicted isaid estate are required to make immediate payment "i i i
I VIXG the services of Biudei. March I, 18M.
procured a we 9-Gm
with the disease, to visit him and have their health and Liver
J to do all business ;t : thereof to B. C. LEWIS, Adait'r.May .
For sale.:00 are now prepared pertaining ret-tored. He is, beyond all kind of doubt, the most
to that department oa reasonable terms.MCDOUGALL j skilful Cancer doctor in the Southern States. ------24,185R.- -_ : Quit Drinking Poisonous-Liquors Pills low be had
SACKS SALT, in first rate order by & HOBBY. I cart at

September 1 1S55. 35 I -March 1 185G 9 : D. Martin, Griffin, Ga; Dr. J. FISH. i"[ For making all kinds ofLlquor's ail respectable Drug

NEW' GOO US.) .I Y. M. Pucklt Harris count, Texas; Gjeer Bishop, 90: SACKS Rio Coffee, and Vinegar, I
Garden Seeds. ;I Griffin, 20 Boxes Adamantine Candles
: Stores.
:. { the of |
_. by use Laconr's Essential
10 M beet Spanish Segars, .
.-. A% FRESH supply of freh seeds from Thorburu's, ,, \ RE now receiving by recent ,p Scit"rztic! Breast rail be Cured. 10 Bbl Crushed 1. Mit'Ic \ for sale! byHcXAUGHT by at the Chemical ,
.t: l..uJilo xn I
per i On 10XD. i .LT1 arrivals fiom eW York,afab- j LET THE PVl.I READ 5 Dried Apple" Laboratory(parish Jefferson) of Pierre Lacour, 1 60 WOOD ST.
._ i'cale and well eelecled stock of i 10 Bv-kcts Heid!iek Cbampaigne, ,
Author ofLacour"H Chemical
New Port,J a1. 12, 1 b5 I;. 2 I Ix mercy to tbe afflicted, and the gratitude Ill LigL ALSO Analysis.Lacoor's Ch m- j 9
Watches and Jewelry, : opinion I futertain of MOSELEY as a Surgeonand I I i I icr.l Manipulation, Lacour on .the Manufacture of Li. ': Sole Proprietors
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1 Apple and Peach Brandy, Rum, Port Wine and !
of gentlemen's! hu .tin levers Ph\fcician I mention the quors, tte.LACOUR'S. ,
u'isting gold ladies : dec'n my duty case I SCOYILti MEAD
Planting Potatoes.J Maraschino, for sale by R. IL BERRY. ,
gold leveis, silver lever, huiiin. anchor, lepine anti ,i of my \wjfe hoping at the Fame time that all persons May 3, 1856. 18NOTICE. i I OIL OF COGNAC, converts neutral No. Ill Charters St. New Orleans

DBL Yellow Potatoes,j ju llaD'Jjn;in fine order quartier Watches; Cameo" Mosaic, Coral and all guld similarly aflli'-ted may be benelitted by it. In the I'j ___ ____ __ i spirit to a superior imitation of Imported Brandies, General Wholesale agent for the Southern State, to .
'. 2 0 as-! far sale by 1 bosom pins an.] earrings, necklaces, gold awl jet eros : first part of this year, my wife Lad seveial small lump: viz: Otard Scrzerac, Mnrctt, Cognac, Poultney, Srig- whom all orders most be addressed.

McXATJGHT4 ORMOND ;, sea, Lesom pins auJ J.'ckct for hair and daguerreo- : t make their appearance in her breast ; they netee United Vineyard Properties Castillion,and Lon Sold by Ames fc Lively, E. Barnard. Jr. Miles
New Pert, Jan. 12,1S56. 2 1 types; gdldand hair bracelets; a large assortment of ; ued to increase in size, until the whole breast became I f A S we are anxi"us to close our business, we would i don Dock Brandit-s. The Liquors will have a fall fruity I Nash fc Co, Tallahassee, .Fla.; J. S. t. 'Davison.

fine plain' diamond, ruby, pearl and g met onyx and i a diseased mass! and %ery pailful I procured tile i! .L-.l. request all those indebted to the firms of ThO i ij flavor, and a beautiful sparkling color. Common Quincy; Gardner 4 )HU,. Newport; W. T. Carpenter -

Groceries. cornelian finger rings!; gentlemen's diamond ins; : best medical aid m the city Rome, and notwithstanding ; II. Crichlow & Bros., and CricLlow, Fisher buttons aud cornelian the and fjithful attention of the call and settle their accounts either Oil of Cognac, to New Yotk Pine
> sleeve plain. cameo, onyx ; a earnest most immediately, j Brandy Apple Palmer i Bro. Monticello S. Pulesten Monticello
1 CO FEE. Sugar assorted. Beans, Linseed Oil, and great variety of stud,. Cue gold, vest, fob and guardI skilful physician the continued to grow wore and cash or by note, or they will be placed in the hancfs Brandy. com mod Cognac Brandy &e.LACOURS I W. Rogers
WLifrkev, cb, 4c. Ac.MrNAUGHT I. chains. Eeals keys, gold and siver pen and p>ucil ca I worse, until they gave the case ip E q incurable, and I of au attorney- for collection. OIL OF RYE changes common Rectified I on, Mananna Nicholson fc Zei i. !ler, Bainbridge,Oa.;

--c'' i ORMOND. ses, and gold, silver and steel spectacles gold and silver fi'lvieed, amputation. I was advised by many of my | CRICHLOW, FISHER CO. I IMay I Whiskey to Monoogahela Rye Whiskey*old Virginia .i D. H. Dickinson; Bainbridge ; E. Seizes Thomasnllc.On. ,

cwPurtJn.1.lS5G. 2 : thimbles. frienis, to t DR W. I MOSELEY, of Griffin, Giu, ., 3. 1856. 18 i ij Malt Whiskey, Bourbon Whiskey, &. .

Notice. Fine Cutlery and Guns. which I did, a'-tonisLinj as it may seem, he had ___ __ I Ii OIL OF CEDRAT changes common RectifiedWhiskey ,, February, 1856. 8-ly '
: her entirely cured within one mOlf! and she it tWIt j Hides Wanted. :! to old Irish Malt Whiskey, and a superior _
Dinner and breakfast knives without forks, knives
fX months after date we will present cur accounts I in good health !! I would who ore afflicted I BEEF article ;f Scotch Whiskey. Notice.SIX .
HIDES Wanted for whichthc
;' S and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate of : and ['JI k in sette, carvers and eel single fine pock- I with Scirrhus, and Cancerous affections, visit the fCrjAA | OIL OF PEACH changecommon Whiskey to Virginia I
t will be Also Deer ,
_ i Hamilton County, for a final settlement of the estate ; ct cutlery, shears, scissors: and razors; Ike double I Doctor without delay as I am satisfied by experienceand and Otter skins.highest price paid. Peach Brady, tc. Oil} Peach and Oil of Cognac months after date.the undersigned,administra-
and ask ; barrelled laminated teel and stub twist guns, common DAVID C.WILSON iI j will Whiskey to ( of the Estate of R.E. Gibson deceased, mil
cf David Moat, late of said county, deceased, ] oblen'atior that he is the most skillful physicianin convert common Apple Brandy. i
to be elureed &b aJnliui trltors. guns, bhot pouches of various patterns, fine and the Southern State,in the treatment of that hor- I Tallahassee-,-September 29,1855. S3 j OIL OF GIN converts the-poorest Whiskey to HplI I present her accounts and vO chen to the H mo. Judge

: EDWIN F. WREDE. common powder flasks, cleaning rods, Ely's caps and I rible disease-Cancer. i iI land Gin Scheidam Schnapps, Rose Gin Swan Gin, of Probate for Gadeden County for final settlement
'It ELIZABETH MOAT 1 wads, wad cutters, and materials for gunsmiths. I WILLIAM II. MITCHELL, I I A. B CLARKE, j I Ii England Gin. &c.LACOUR'S I and wilt apply to be discharged from the svdministra. .

Administrators. Silver and Plated Ware. M. E. i MERCHANT TAILOR, j CONCENTRATED ACID wilLinfive I torship of said estate.

;_ March I, 1SS6. 9-6m J Silver table, desert and tea spoons, silver forks soup I Davghtir of J MITClfLL. Bradlw-y, Rome, Ga. hours after being mixed, change five gallons/ of good I j FLORIDA A. F. GIBSON. Adrat'r
I t! and cream ladles, butter and pickle knives, p'.ated I Rome, Ga-, October : DEALER ix REU MADE CLOTHING AND | Vinegar and twenty-five gallons of "water to thirty !' April 26, 1856. lft- cn

: Notice.SIX : forks and spoons, waiters, castors, cake and fruit basj i (;KXTLIMEX'S: FfKxismrsu GOODS. INOW I gallons of the meet acid Vinegar that can be found in I''J

: .m< alter the first publication of this notice, j lets, electro plated tea sets and communion service, t : receiving at the well known old stand for- j I the markets. By the use Laconr's Concentrated. '' Hides
butter and dishes, chamber and cid, Vinegar can be made for cue dollar and sixty cents TTANTED in quantity, for which the highest
.. unilersigucd, a-lmiuibtrators of the estate of i sugar cream parlor j ALL .that are desirous of availing themselves -- I occupied by Clark a Lewis H. Branch deceased, will present their accounts i: candlesticks, Halt collars, lx>quet holders, card and 01 persons DR. MOSELEY'S sen'ices. will find him at I assortment of Superior Ready Made Clothing Furnishing I I, per barrel. '. T T market price, will be paid: in ca h or (rroeeriefc

and vouchers to the Judge of Probate of Leon County ; flower basket, and Lrittannia ware.j his INFI RMA fly, BROADWAY,GRIFFIN,GEOR- : Goods, Cloths, Cassimeres, estings, &c., cornpos'ed j FOR MAKING LIQUORS. Lacour's Oil's requira BROOME 4 HEIR.
and ask to"be discharged fron their administration j Articles. GIA.' ; in part of the following articles: no preparation-only pouring the Oil into the Whiskey j September 1 15, 1S55 37
:lscclancons and shake weil. The Liquids thus made will havce 'Ifir.e
< f said estate. Ladies icticulc*, salcbels, work boxes, pearl, Berlin I| Patients boarded at l per day, or *1C month. Fine Dress Frock Coats. j !
natural full rich. SHIPPING
44 aroma-a taste-a beaut
oily !
.,. JOSEPH BRANCH. t Adm. ." i iron, and morocco port mouaies, pearl card cases, co- : FEIS, u in al C:1I; to Ic> agreed upon before underi Black and Curd Single Breasted Frock and Ii |
ful color and fine
transparent a bea-f.! Lacour'i Oil
JAMES H. BRANCH, f i Business Coats, i i! AT E\\"I'OKT.
r ral beads, coral necklaces r.n-1 armlets,jet bracelet", i ease will be received into this establish.rner.t distinct
: exert three properties in I
Dec. 29. 1S5. 52-6m necklaces, and bosom j Iirq,napkin ring Lair and tooth .i unless it H believed on examination, that it can Fancy Cashmere do. do. do converting common E undersigned still carries on the abaTe habeas
: Black Whiskey to Brandy, Gin.Ac. The first j 'TH
---- ---- ------ ------ brushes hat revivers thc-ll. buffalo, iojia rubber and cured, or a'linit o-f re-liif.: All cases rejected will and Colored! Cloth Overcoats I property com- all its branches. Building well calculated for
b hines with and subsides in the form of Floculent '!
Town Property for Sale. ivory cotrLs, chna; and wax dolls, razor strops and invariably bo charged 5-j i. fur cxaminiatiou iiuil advice.All Black Doeskin Pants. par- despatching wagons. D. LADD
aud Col'd Cassimere Pants tides the whole of the gain oil. (Araylic Alcohol}..... !
'-*.J underpinned offers at private sole, the followJL" i money Lilt*, egar:: c: fs. feather (JusCf! padl lnt letter tl entitle them to notice, must enclose Black Fancy and ;ii The whiskey is thus deprived of that peculiar irritating Newport. September S.I 854. 35
I) 1 boliemi and china and 1 f the of and be directed i Fancy Silk Vests, I "
door bells, glass vases ) a"btamp" jr payment postage I
known the Jra\i IJJt5
L ing described property, as ; I 4' Fancy Velvet do. and burning: taste and becomes a neutral spirit I -
; kets terracotta vases and bottles, to W. R. MOSELEY, M. D., j
i viz: Lots No*. :. 25.27. 30,4*. 140. 141, 142, 143, pitcliersperfume ; do. Cass. do. Cashmeres the second property consists in an ocly mucilaginous '
and bide : Griffin a
f, 144,226, 227. 235. 239.240. 241, 242. 243, 244. 245, jewel Cases, ctntic suspension lamps, lamp Georgia White Marsnilles do. D. n. : tate imparted to the Liquors, which renders it mellow, -0---
and wicks,violins and bows, ::3 1S56. .
.5 243, 246, 250. 252, 253. 234,250.257,258, 268, all j shaJcs, chimneys guitars i February: lv-8 and imparts an of the '
tambourines accnrdeon. clarionets, flutes and i -ALSO- i, appearance great age ; tLird DR. T. ;J. CUR LEE ,
; banjos --- -----------
in the original plan of tbe city of Tallahassee.ALSO A fine asaortmentofShirtsCollars property is exhibited in the rich, vinous, nutty odor ;
Cravats Black
aud violin strings, line cologne aud other ; ,
; fifes Loon County Iron Works Practicing Dentiit
guitar and a aorlmcnt of Toys. ; White and Colored. Kid and Silk Gloves, self adjutI j that t ill imparted to the Liquor, which renders distinction i ,
perfumery general '
L.tao.. 1,2, 3, 4,5,6, 7, in S.County qr. Watches and jewelry repaired promptly and in the 1: TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.. iog Stocks. Cotton and Merino Under-shirts Jeans from tbe Genuine Brands impossible. ,' TN THOMASVILLE, GA, and MONTICELLO
best manner. j i rf IIIS Establishment is now in full operation. All I Drawers. Brown, Fancy Cotton, and Lisle Thread | | f5jjT These Oils are put up in quart bottles, ..acl.I I and MADISON FLA., and their respective aDd
-ALSO- ]! Octol r20. 1855 42 I i JL orders will be attended to with promptness and : Hose, White and Colored Cambric Handkerchiefs, all 'II bottle contains sufficient Oil for making ZOO gallons ; adjacent counties. He inserts any number of Arbfi

Lots Nes. 4. 12. 13, 15, 16, 22, 25, S9, 40, 48, 61 !, -- -- all work done with neatness and I of which are offered to the public on reasonable terms | liquor Full and comprehensive directions accompany pial Teeth, from ONE to a FULL sett, on the latest

6%.in the South i County quarter. i j Notice \ kind of work, such as dipthn Mill Work, and warranted as good as offered in this Markel.I .- I the bottles. Price f 2 per bottle. improved principle, jriving them that beautiful lifelike
-... The above described property formerly belonged Gin Gearing, Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery, I Call and examine. J3 One bottle of these Oils (five in number) will f appearance which approaches Nature so nearly

to Gov. Brown. For further information and terms, I OIX monthe-aftrJat( we Hon.will present of our Probate accounts of, Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers, Plough Castings, Brass !: November 10, 1855. 45 I be securely packed and shipped (with 'fbill of lading) i as to challenge detection by the closest observer.
which will"be liberal to A. Amaker d Judge tc. also Kettles free of charge to any part of tbe the NATU
: ,apply Perry Esq, Castings, ; Sugar any size kept i country upon | Persons needhng? Dental operations on their
1 Hamilton fur a final settlement of the estate John McKarspencie: } In Gudaden Circuit Court. receipt of 110, to the address of i
Attorney at Law,Tallahassee. ': I constantly on hand. AH work done in such establish : RAL Teeth and -wish him to perform them can by
Kertih said deceased and
late of
of ,
CHARLES P. MANNING. Stephen County ment will be done by ns, with a particular regard to vs. >- In Equity. P. LACOUR, New Orleans. applying aoo5,hare- them done at thetoUawiogprie
Until sold, the above property will be for rent. auk to be discharged as Executors of said estate... I the strength and dutability of the work. I, Mary McKarpencie ) Bill for Divorce. Marrh 11856. 9-6m I which will be found to be MUCH Jo..erthan baa.TW

A. PERRY AMAKER. ; JAMES GILL. ) "lrs. I Competent Workmen always in readiness to put up IT appearing to the satisfaction of the court by affidavit i been offered in this section of country beibr' .to-wtt:
: WILLIAM BASSET, f Come One Come All! !
I ; of D. P. Holland soliciter for the complai-
February 16,1856. 7-tf I Engine tc. I For filling teeth with Gold Foil SI 00.11 CO. It 00
I _Feb.d -16.- 1S5G.Circular- -. -- -7I -- -- -- .-- -- Terms will be liberal, and all work doue strictly for I ant that the defendant resides beyond the iurudic- Al> examine DAVID C.WILSON'S large and and $2 50, varying according to size of cavity and
BOOKS BOOKS BOOKS !)! ,I 6c Upright Saws. ; cash, or accepted orders on sonic business firm in this I tiou of the court, but witbm the slave of Florida.It selected stock of good purchased by himself I.atnount material used; Extracting teeth,in orric,
i place. Lib.rl prices paid for old Iron, Copper and I is ordered, that this cause be set for hearing upon consisting not only of the realities of life,but also only 60 cents-out of office. f.l.Hi .
JUST received from New York, the HOE 4 CO.and Welch 4 Griffeth Circular Saws I Brass. ,' the facts charged in the bill, on tbe first Monday those article well adapted to please all, not only in i PRICK for a full upper o'r lower sett of teeth oo

fIIIl ;f new Books- The Old 46, 48 and 52 inch sizes, on hand and for I All letters must be addressed (post paid) to I II ', in September, 1856, unless tbe defendant shall on or quality and styles, but in prices. This stock is not only I PLATE (with CONTINUOUS GUMS i if necemrr.) u

Homstead" oy Mrs Ann S.fi >hens, sale by D. LADD J. M. SHINE Tallahassee, Fla. before that day enter his appearance and demur, large but selected particularly for the Florida markets only $3 per tooth, and perfect satisfaction guaranteed
audberformerwoik, "Fashion and Famine." The New Port, Nov.3, 1655. 4 I March 11, 1854. 10 I' plead, or answer to said bill It is further ordered, which be feels assured he will be able to sell u in nm y instance.

work exhibits: unquestionable power, command of language I'I'I that a copy of the above orderbe published in some low, not only for cash and the produce of the country Those desiring his services in any portion ef t

vigorous description, strong passion and dramatic Notice to Contractors.OrncE I Most Approved Corn Mill in Use. newspaper, weekly for three consecutive months previous but also'to those who have been dealing with him above named counties or any other section of country
force *My First Season" a new novel under the to said first Monday in September. Done and for years. All those wishing to purchase we would can letter to either of the abort
STATE EXCIJTEEK BUENA upon application by
golse of an autobiography. It is written with grace 0, VISTA, .100 OF the most approved LANIER CORN I passed at Chambers, this 6tb of May, 1856. advise to call and see these splendid named Poet OJ&ces,-otherwise,receive at
MILLS for sale the
Subscriber. These
and beauty,sparkles with i imagination! and is sustained by I J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. Glace, Chene Satin Plaid and striped ..
AVGC8T20TB 1855.
) Mills have been for some time in use through this re .
throughout by originality of thought and expres May 10 1856. 19 Solid and Plaid Brocades, -- -
sion. "Taverino," from the pen of Madam- George SEALED PROPOSAL wi be received at this gion and lower part of Georgia, and give perfect satisfaction I Oro de Rhines and Black Silks, of all price and aErZ&E OZ.:
: Sand. "Roe Clark." Fanny Fern's last novel togeth August, 1856,for constructing grinding with ease 40 bushels and the rise i Per Wm. R. Pettis I qualities JUDOX CoLt,Macon Georgia.

z er with "Ruth Hall""Fern Leaver," and" Life and a Canal, with its necessary appendages!, I in tbe day, with) less than the ordinary gin power applied FROM NEW ORLEANS I Black and colored Velvet, How..7. H :", )
Lift Guard Locks Basins 4c from
such ,
Beauties of Fanny Fern." Rose Ckrft upholds the rcpotation a Lk I to it. The maker furnishes I hand to put it up; Solid and plaid Cashmere and Herinoea JCDOX I. vt.. }.' 0.
Lake St.Johns to Indian River, a distance ,
of this distinguished female novelist. It i is Harney 0 authorized I and every one warranted to give perfect satisfaction.Call I '\ CASH9, Sides and Shoulders.J Solid, plaid and figured Delaines J.B-Wn"Jl'"EaQ. )
of thirteen miles, 3.410 by the
and claims the attention- fet; and examine them at D. LADD'S.Apri 2\ Embroidered and black
.. intensely interesting of the General Assembly, of the State of at its session 75 Bbls. Extra Family Flour, plaid Alpaccaa W. S. DuvoiTH Eiq 1
b reader from beginning to end. Abbott's Napoleon, 1854-5 An Act entitled lorida providefor 21,1855. 16 100" Superfine Black Bombazines, O. O.ttrrK :Esq.. J
:. complete, embellished with steel engraving, beginning and by a Liberal System A Internal Improvements 50" Rectified Whiskey, Spanish and Mohair Debaigee, Meter W.A J.Bran, {MastkeRo.ITt.CoLK .
witbthe Emperor's birth following him through encourage in this State. MlfrES NASH CO. 25" Mess Pork, Ladies black and colored Italian cloak cloths E."Bubcxmx I _
and Baniabm Dt. Hia trials & Black and colored and silk
: the Empire 25" Prime Talmas January 12. 1856. *
will the amount for which the
1 : and triumphs are related with great strength,and the work Proposals will be done specify, the mode and manner in which Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. 6" Syrup English plushed Talmas. I
style is unsurpassed Ijy any American -writer. Subscribers TUST received from New 5 Lard, Dotted and embroidered lace Veils .A7"'eS :
.. payments are to be mode,whether in binds or moneys Jerk per bark R.H.Gamfj cb Xdve1T';
to Harper's Magazine are The :5" Rice, Solid plaid and figured Bareges,
of each. Profiles and estimates a of articles in line,
can our
general FLORIDA
.. or portions Maps be nsortmeet TALLAHASSEE, ,
4Z year begin ia January with Dletena Little Dorret .. be seen at this office, and information obtained by such Oil of every kmd,-Burning Fluid, 6Hbds.. Sugar, Black and colored Sballeys .
I Apply. McDOUGALL & HOBBY. addressing the undersigned any at .Orange Mill Post Of White Zinc and other paints, Window &of 5 Boxes Star Candles. Welch Silk and guase Flannel, filii WhoUsI".aad.Riail Xfeaitn is fIIiJ

4 Pcbtuary1656. ft- fce St.John's River, Fordau will also best Putty, Brushes, Potash, Soda, Sparkling'Gelatme For sale by R. H.BERRY. Red and yellow Flannels 1&: DRTJOa AHT XEDIOmS. .
Flannels of all
Pop. London April 19, 1858. 16 Opera colon
I for a over the Brandy( y best,)
Flows Plows !n same ised. F. L. DANOY, medicinal purposes Musta English and Erench embroidered bands. P fumevyDy.stuffg, .L-b-\l i.,

.. -LARGE lot John Mre's-Plows. No. 1 and 2, gr Stale Engineer,State of Florida. Inks,Quinine, Peria Bark. Pepr.LtSymp Executor's Notice. Lace and linen C.Handkerchiefs 9 Spices, Snuff, Window Glaaa Tfcitta

ix landing from Mystic, and for sale by August 81, 1866 &c, Ac., and a assortment of.Poulr([Patent SIX months after dau we will present our accounts Emb'd Collars,Handkerchief! and Undenleere, Oils >M.PoiiT' Manetusd 7aal"
McNAUOHT 4 ORMOND. 3611 Medicine. ge none but the very and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate for Embroidered Chemoisette and Collarette, and Glass Ware. PaUaiHedicjoev

"New Port, Jan._12,185 2 Blacksniithlng.rj hope to merit your patronage. blt the said Comity of Gadsden, for final settlement, and Blue, brown and green Veil Bareges, Fine Soaps,Fine Troth, Pta. "Wive* aoj Brand:,v

MILES NASH, A CO. apply to be discharged,from the execatcrsbip of Oscar Black love Veils and Hair Brub f fcr JiWkanalparpo *t,
Cod Liver Oil. THE Undersigned have formed March 29, 1856 18 Fillyaw deceased. Thread,Cotton and Linen Laces, PaIet'Bnahy Art

4 PURE of the celebrated .Brands" Re. co-partnership for the pure, OWEN L. & JAMES A.PTLLYAWExtor',. Cambric and Swiss edgings and losertinja, Garden Seeds Fb Harts* 8f&us.

.r THRESH Clark'ct 00. tt Rtoo' .. U- I pose of carryRifj on. the Black Notice April T, 186. l m'Administrator' Bobinet and Mantilla Laeea They bar recently reeerved a Itry*..,fl tw
smithing BOine.in allitsvarzousbrancbeL PAr- Colored Merinoes, npplf o.t every variety; of article*:naatfiy kppt by
For tale by A-MES
April5,1856.s"wa'itedlWantedl.. l( I and to Lying Aries of all kinds of Vehee. I' months after date to the Hon. Probate Court of Notice. Embroidered Lace Curtains at this esiablittbmeit a full 0ptly.f.t1i o eci

__ I, shop is to the Lvelle Bro- ,I Hamilton County, to"be dismissed from tht administration NOTICE is hereby givnthat undersigned will, White, black and slats hosiery. i dad and oa tMlDOI4 liberal term
kaw, and appciftl aUtntiQ .- of the Estate of James S. Rosa,.late of Hamil- expiration of six months file his ,vouchera White and black 3k hosiery, Orden ftwD the(lcnmtry JllQlDpI,fIed.ad atitkt

r, rpO pnrehaee 60 likely -NEORO MEN, from 18 10 Farming implements o every description done to or ton County deceased. and ",ply for a final discharge from the administration f Ladies and Gents black and col'd Kid Gloves parantetd.wijb r rd.ba .

JL 23 :!age, fur whieb the highest price ioCasb der. P. B. BROKAW, AMOS CHESHIRE. Admt'r. of the estate. of Nathen Holt deceased. Muses colored Kid Glove*, t;. fbya '. p-caerip' 1j -

.r llb paid- Apply to.. tc. S. KNIT1 HTMart H. B FFI'TS. ELIZABETH' CHESHIRE, Ad.nt'x. PATRICK SMITH, Admt'r. Ladies and Gents buck and Kid G.rootlets! Atao.Zppmg. lDpoUU nuid_ .t DJru +

I *-**, t I8. I- Jan. 12, 1 "86. My Feb. 2., ISr.. 5 May3, 1 Iffr'V j II October 1;, 1855. 41 5, 185.1 <. I

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