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 19, 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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Floridian & --I--' U ,
The Journal JOHN
B. LLOYD CAPT. I --- r
II published every SATURDAY, by ; A NARRATITE. : men (George Howell and-Robert Prime) and cy Convention! for the purpose of nominating m JaN Weeks, William Matchet,,"' J&4e.
Uo"t:1oneer: HEAD-QUAETEHS FORT MEADE wounded 3 James Whidden '
more (
> William
Senator. The Gough, John Barren tint' John Aiken
JAMES S. JONES, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR, A N DCOMMISSION I June 19, 1856. Ii P. Brooke and John L. Skipper;) so being a following persons were appointed Geo.
viz: H, :M.\ Derrick F. M. Franklin Riley_Mobler, Charles Bennett Alexandir .
At THE.EE: DOLLARS per annum in advance. MERCHANT On the 10th, I marched with a detachi deprived of the assistance of 5 men, we had I Sloan, John Tillman, Preston Aiken and
!i ment into the woods in search of Indians., as I but 14 effective men, and seeing that the Indians W. B. Jones, B. Shields, Dr. F. E. Jones, motion Capt. A./D. Johnston, was, added upon -

TERMS OF ADVERTISING.One TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. I j I supposed they would make an attack on wens evidently intending to flank us, j i S. J. Johnson, A. Campbell, J. Long, M. to the committee. -

square.. of 12 lines, or less, first insertion. fl 00 July 19, 1856. '29-ly I some place at the full of the moon, and I now that they had recovered from their surprise Beasley, W. J. Robinson, John Chason, and The committee, baring retired, the meeting t
each subsequent 50 I would be on the alert for them, and bj it was thought best! to retreat from our I
EDWARD Slo tamiro.I temporarily adjourned.
Professional and Business Cards inserted at?10 M. WEST. I chance position which did in order -
per might come on them before they we good taking The
annum.Adrerfsements. made their breach. with us onr wounded. The Indians On ,motion it was resolved that the committee having prepared: their Report i
> : not marked with the number of Attorney and Counsellor at Law We scouted down the not caring I proceedings the meeting was again called to order I
;insertions will be continued until forbid, and charged Alafia river to -where an Indian trail crosses or wishing for a repetition of the lesson of this meeting be published in the by tbe chairman.
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. the river just above Roe's I w had given them kept at dis _
accordingly. I ford ; there, finding ? a respectful Floridian & Journal. The committee John f
J3f"Certificate of publication of legal or estate Aprils, 1856. 14 : as we thought, Indian signs, our opinion wjTsthey tance. Our wounded were carried to Brook. There through Tillman
being no further business the meet Esq., made the
notices will not be given until the advertising fee is er's following
had place which
South rendezvous
: gone with the intention of was our for the I
paid. I N"Etv RECEIVED BOC>:K.S.: i making an attack on Manatee, so we forced present. When I arrived there about 2 o'cl'kin adjourned. REPORT :

I JUST History of England, VoL 344 I lour march "to that place. When wo arrived the afternoon, the wounds had all been M. M. Me A LILLY, Chairman, Your committee recommend tho adoptiou I

i TALLAHASSEE : Irving' Life of Washington; I them, finding no signs and all quiet, we pro. dressed, and the Doctor said they would all A. CAMPBELL, Secretary. of the following Resolutions : fRnnl.
Calhonn's Complete Works ceeded Eastward: for Horse Crock get well over it. A had been _.
as it was party sent out ... .1 l .' "'I"t"L. t
FEnIAtE ADEnIYy i! Bancroft's & Hildreth's n..mA.t- ,z.i: _.-1. II...,._.. ,'i'Th Democratic Madison
United States, a place of resort for the Indians, who had ,10 bring in the dead. farfA wUK AA tne proceedings .
Alone The Hidden Path. I tacnmeut to meet them. They were brought On the Convention and the candidates .there
Leif! the} habit of fnrniehinr' fi"Tvcol '..o | Tuesday first day of July 1850, a nominated -
0--- i UcDOUGALL t: HOBCY. I with potatoes thcrefiom. On reaching there, in and the dead and wounded were sent to Democratic Convention of dele shall receive our earnest support i
12. 1856. cemposed
Her. W. W. htldcrs, A. :31.' Principal, I April ------15--- i we made a thorough; examination of the pro. f Fort M -.de. I then paraded all that was Resolved 2nd. That we invite all Old -

Mrs. B. IF. Drown Teacher of Music.C3F" FLOYD & HOLLAND, j misea, and finding no prints or marks of the! ableto march, and continued about 5 miles gates from the different precints within Line Whigs" who regard the interests of

; Attorneys at Law. |I foe, and it being late on the day of the 14Mi, along the river side; encamped early that I Alachua County, met at Gainesville for the their country more than they do the interest '

---f--- I i! we halted, struck camp and sent two men to night. On morning of 17th wo again set out purpose of nominating Candidates for the of party and the interests of the South as
REFER to H<" *L A. Lon,*, Pres't. Boird of TT/"ILL practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle ]
| Tnistee! I). C. Wilson.- Esq. Gen. R. A. Shine, Dr. I f and West Florida and 1 in the Supreme Cuurt :j j Ft. Green as espressos: to know if there was in search of these blood-thirsty savages, with Senate and House of Representatives in the- paramount to all others under present issue, } i
f Miles Naeh. Hon. T. W. Brevard, GOT.J. E. Broome.j of the State. Also in the Di-trict Court of the United I j i any account of the Indians. Abo'it twelve tho general wish and expectation that we State Lpgislature.Tho to join and co.operate with us in the pending
t ..The excrC'!;C8 of the Academyrill commence States, in the Northern District of Florida. j I IR. I o'clock that night they returned, nnd brought sho-ild get another fiht; out of them. t-uck : election.
t on Monday the) 7th iasL .J. FLOYD, Office( ApahcLicola! Fla. I I I the stal Lung nev.s of the attack on Tillis' the swamp below Chokanicklar bridge that meeting having come to order Col. Resolved 3rd. That we do not desire iu .

: April 5, 1856. 14 i Dec. 22, D.1855.P. HOLLAND 51 Office Quinev" FIn.I I j j jDR. I: house on the morning of tho 14th, about 7 was burned, and crossed over to West side. GEORGE LEITNER was called to the our State sectional divisions ; but we request.. i

DR. N. G. MCDONALD --- -- "-- ,r o'clock, wJI.Uh.} : Tillis. his son and Thos. : rinding no signs, supposed them above; pro Chair, Col. S. R. PILES requested to act SB and desire that t the Representatives from our '

I IiSiiNis: 11-; !j I Uunderhill fired on the Indians: from inside of ceeded there, near: : battle-ground dismounted j Vice President, and Dr. W. H.BABCOCK, and I section of the State in the next Legislature .

;' :MOXTICELLO, FLA. OFFERS: HIS I'ROTESSiOLL SEEVES: TO THE CJTIZEVS OF j tho house, and that they wounded fivo of and entered the swamp ; came on the battleground P. HEXKV YOUNG appointed Secretaries. I shall take audI steps as may be necessary to
"{"\TILL attend with assiduous care, all cases entrusted I TALLAHASSEE AND SCttliOrXPIhG COC>TKT. !j them, two of them mortally. One of them who i ; struck};: a trail and found one dead Indian abrogate the present misappropriation of a '

;. T to him. J with Dr. M. : past of tbe ;'i was shot by a musket, fell on the ground, I covered by the wagon cover of Hat- The Chair in a few pertinent remarks set i large part of our State lands, and the monopoly '
; Office adjoining that of Col. Dll wortb. j OFFICE Nashimmediately fic-lu's that taken Simmon's hammock. forth the of the after whicha I
c.. but he got off. The spoils then done: to us ( was objects meeting, of others. .. : .
.; -March- 22,1856. 12-1y t J May 19 1855. 20 I was a negro woman wounded in the head ; II Pursued the trail that evening through tremendous I Committee consisting of the following the Resolved 4tb. That we will sustain no man bt ;

i; WILLIAM SLUSSER all the horses about the place were Lillocl! and swamps until night overtook U5.I .- gentlemen, viz : Maj. George Helvenston, for office who is in favor of the Repeal of the ,t'
I After snack of held'a I Ir
I a rftule was wounded with a very Irr.'e ball taking a : supper, war Nebraska Bill ;j" and again shackling the '
: G. U. Ellis J. II. McGinnis W. W.
"Ta1.1.ahassee, F1a.1LXUFACTrmR & TVIIITAKER, j in the shoulder. The Iniians still keying r council, and concluded( ; that I would take a Maj. South with the odious chains of Northern 10
or COPPER,Tix ACD SHEET Receiving and ForwardingMer- ; up their unrig, were backing to cmhvlt: : the I detachment and go some 8 or 10 miles that Lewis, and W. F. Perry, were appointed to slavery, as forged by the Missouri Com __.
bcii&e when sudden night and way-lay for then. Went on our examine credentials, and apportion the vote. Bill. '
IRON WAKE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL chants, : a surprize) see'ned to I promise 1 t':
them and } scout until we caiiie to a point where they Tins committee retired Col.! M. S. Resolved 5th. That those of us in this
come having
DEALER ix PLAIN, FANCY AM:: JAPANNED j NEW PORT. FLA. upon they ran briskly! across present 7 ;I
: W..tui: I ISlo'c August 4th, 1655.a: the field, making for a hammock ; so those had evidently! not passed ; then turned round, I Perry addressed a few remarks to the meetingon meeting mutually pledge ourselves ,to sup of!

1 -- ----- '------ ______ __ I II penned up in the }house, supposing there was and, after trailing up the river about a mile port in all honorable ways and.by all proper :
Ie:1d-Qu:1rcr? I the utility of Conventions, and the neces.
A SPLENDID assortment Cooking, Parlor' DR. R. IS. GARDNER, i help coming, looked in the direction of Fort and a half, found signs where they had been means, the prjiiciples\!: aLo'Ve.expressed ; and ;j.
Meade! mounted for several days. The signs were fresh, andre sity of every true Democrats rallying to }his in the to sustain the nominees' ,
; \- and. Wood Sttrimmed with neatoess i bis professional services to the citizens I ana saw 7 men, comingas same manner; t : _
and durability. at reduced prices. OFFERS ille and surrounding country. Office 'I fast as their horses could carry them. Theysoon concluded they were 4 or 5 in number. standard in the coming political Campaign. of this meeting.- ..,-1.1

': Out Dsor Work. i removed to the residence of Mr. John It. Crump situation I got to the hou="e and ::ked "Where are Our trailers, L. Lanier and others, found On motion, a committee offive was appointed Resolved 6th. Your committee! respectfully I,
formerly occupied by the late Dr. Jacob Eliot. I ?" Tiilis said the field." where they had laid a deador wounded recommend the.following candidates for _
Ornamental Front Heads, they Through '
Roofing; : Guttering. Copper | gone composed of the following gentlemen, ? Sen'j\ 'j
1C, 1856
and Tin Conducting) Pipes Sheet Lead. Sheet f -February 7 I As soon as these 7 brave men hcaid the : boih, lIear'the water's edge; blood and flies j ator from the 19th District and Representative ; ._ _
:Zinc Lead Pipe, Patent Cistern Pumps.! Shop w oik j jof A.. PERRY AMAKER, | word, they dashed of I'1: on one side of the !! were in abundance, an we were satisfied the j viz: Messrs. J. B. Coker, J. B. Standly, A. from this County.For :. ;

every variety done at short notic/1. j field and :'i on the other:! until! they came up ; tracks \\"ere of spies on our p tth, and that to: j W. Cook, James Kencaid, and P. H. Young, Senate.

City and Country Merchants ATTT&TLW, i with the ('nen1an'I the conflict commenced, balance had gone down: the river. They.{' to adopt rules for ihe government of the Co!. J. McRoBERT BAKSR. .

Are respectfully invited to give roe a call btfoie purchasing : TALLAHASSEE, FLA. terminating in'the death of Lieut. Canton ofDurrance's must have traveled day and night, and at a j Convention, prepare business, and report a > .
For .
elsewhere. 1 ItT May 21, 1853. 20MILESNAH Lit'Jt.Vhiddn of rapid gait. We then halted and sent back to Representative.Joua :
N. B. All articles manufUctued from the company Tbis'ccmmitte retired short
very platform a t
r best material and warranted durable. Xo other arti I I Icle ---- same company: Daniel Cailton wounded in j those! who were behind. They joined us.- W. 1 onxSTO.1'. Esq. jv
will be offered for sale. i & CO. I the arm, John C. Oats of Desley's company, We rested, and they went ahead that evening time, returned and made the following re- All of which is resnectifullv submitted 11t ,

October 20, 1S55. 42 ; ; and 3 of my company; all engage J :t gaiiist t I in order to way-lay. Proceeded through t-e-: I .oort. : JOHN, TILLMAN, Chairman.

Co-Partnership Notice. I DEALEr.S IX from 40 to 50 savage". Lieut.. C., after f"CC- : mendous swanlps: Struck a free track wh3re::) Resolved, That we adopt for the government -
t 5 or 6 had just passed. Followed it until we James Weeks, A. D. Johnston, William
t I : ing Parker shot, who gave his gun to Oato .of this Convention, the: same rules by
undersigned }have this diy entered into a co- I DRUGS, PAINTS I cirne: to scrubby ground where we could not Matchet, James Gough, Geo. R. Mobley!' ,
TilE and said, I am done ; take up II y gU:1: and which the late National Convention was gov-
in tLeWHOLESALE John Barren tine John Aiken Chas.
it kill follow it. Being late, and men and horses Bennett
one ran and &akj Give Parker erned.
up ,
'. & RETAIL MEDICINES OILS I ke. Alex. Sloan Preston Aiken Committee. '
requiring refreshment and rest, camped for ,
and I will try to carry him away. Oats Resolved, That we first ballot for a candidate
f :EcDINs: :: the night. Several of the men were sick and Upon motion of A. L. Evans, Esq., the re-
: inform their tends and the public that then picked up Parker to pass him on to for the Senate; and secondly : for a
under the.name and style of WOULD, ave.QD hand &,god ahsuiUneiitof : Carlton, l'ut immediately) paid, I have got it vomiting, and their clothes much torn and I candidate for the House of Representa of the committee was unanimously adopted I

AMES&UVELY.T1IEI j articles as generally ]kept in their line of business! : too:' So he laid Parker down and ran in flesh exposed to the sun ; nor had we sustenance tives. bv the meeting, and the nominations ratio

and will be receiving regularly fre!'>h cv; .!'pIcs.!i:: Their between the Indians and Ho'linj; wo.th. His; for man or beast. Paraded on 18th, PLATFORM. fied.
I terms shall be reasonable. wound atfir&t, only! allowed him to crawl but and from the detachment took 14 men, which Ccl. Baker being called for, addressedthe
wiil be pleasoJ to seQ their friends I ,
Tallahassee! April 9th ,1853-: 14. Resoked 1st. That the nomination of the
and patrons at the old stand of D.II Ames. I. getting }better! he was able to pull !himself I sent, under charge of Lieut J. Parker, fora meeting in an instructive and eloquent
Ii. where they will keep a full and general P. B. BdOKA "\V'S. i by fcrnall' tree, and Oats helped) him: cm his upI day's search, to meet Lieut Kenerick witha lion. James Buchanan, for the Presidency, manner. HA returned his thanks to the
their I and the Hon. John C. Breckenridge for the
assortmentof Articles appertaining horS and when the Indians would detachment of Capt. Dnrrance's companyand meeting for the honor conferred upon him,
; charge
inc of busines 8. D. H. AMES, I LIVERY AND SALE STABLES i Lieut of Vice Presidency, affords the democracy and his views and
|| M. LIVELY.. I thorn, Oats would present his gun as if he Spaikrnan, Capt. Sparkman'scompany. and expressed sentiments an .
I, I returnedvith the sick and disabled all true national men, an apportunitv of con. )Wn the
1 was going to fire on them tliou! they would having ever oposed to Missouri
\\ January 1. 1G.; TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. ;
I the control of the in the
I fall on the ground, and! in this way t'ujy: got to Fort :Meade, as everything was exhausted tinuing government Compromise ; that ho was ever opposed to
MEDICAL NOTICE. would in- bands of well tried and true Democrats and '
.... THE Proprietor his lends. and the off with the wounded, Ilollingsworth }having in our commissary. a Protective Tariff and a U. S. Bank ; that ,,7
--ee. public, that he has rebuilt his _. :I to leave the dead on the ground.: Daring this Late that evening Lt. i Kendrick retut ned, statesmen. he was in favor of the admission Texas
l DR. BURROUGHS large Brick Stables, at the old Stuud, and is now I time McCullough and D.m'l) Cailton was engaged said they had entered! the swamp about 10 Resolved, 2nd. That the democracy of and of Mr. Polk ; that it was true that ho voted 4
offers his prepared to nccommooate ]I.i.! fri 'ii.l.! and c tomers.I in making a finish; of one fellow who miles }below, and, after examination, had Ala hua County, are proud to place'so able for Mr. Harnsoi. and for General Taylor, .
located in Tallahassee I
f ilA fessional! services to the public. Office opposite pro- I He also has attached to hN Stables: a good Blacksmith had charged 011 .McCullough in fi&ty-cafT{ found signs! where the foe had been about 15 and so true a man as Madison S. Perry before as did many others doubtless precent in that ; ,
I Shop.where he trill have have done all kinds of I the of Florida for the office of
f Dr.Barnard's Drug Store. Plantation work, Horse shoeing! and Carriage work in fight. Our men's guns were empty, to, they hours ahead of them, and that Lieuts. Parker .people governor. meeting; but that he, like a large majority:
June 28, 185C. 2C-6m I the very best manner and with promptness! and dis i used them in striking and/ fending: off, untili I and Sparkman: were still purging them. \V( I of those present, could not go Gen. Scott
MEDICAL NOTICE.0 I patch. ,'* i McCullough: threw down his gun, have heard from them by I Wardehuff ', Resolved, 3id.. That: we regard George S. nor could he sustain any man whom be did

-- I November 5, 1853. 44 clinched the wuige! and threw him down, where they stopped to replenish. They were Hawkins as a worthy s'andard bearer in the not believe true to the guaranteed rights of 4

DRS. GAMBLE & BETTON I --- : caught and held Iris: wmts until Carlton ran still in pursuit of_ them with strong hopes of cause in which he engaged, and that we the South. That as all in tbi3 County and -
Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, We believe from the best calcala- will use our best efforts to procure his election
to his assistance and cut his throat, leaving success. elsewhere knew, he 'was- and bad e ebeen
< FER their! Professional Services to the Pub- For Sale P. B. Brokaw. tion that be made there 20 Indians in October next.
by can were of Know
t lie. EST"Office opposite the Store; of Messrs. him for dead on the ground. lIe was after Resolved 4th. That an unflinching opposer Nothiogism } ,.
Hodgkiss,Scott January 6,1856. 1 r large supply of Carriages, : to look for the dead, and the Doctor had him pouch that had one hundred rifle balls in it. and adopt as our own, thQ platforms presented should be heard against that party as tho
Buggies, and Harness, which he offers I I'firml believe there is record of by the .late National Convention held at
hitched to the axle-tree- a cart and hauled 'T no war deadiest enemy of the Union, the Constitution .
ftJCHABJB T. BISCHETT., CHARLES. w. DOWKI5O_ for sale on the most reasouableterm". fare exhibiting higher instances of cool and Cincinnati, and the. State Conventicn held at
"...-."/ "__ -'" r / J .r '- November 18, 1854. 46 into camp for anatomical' purposes. and the South. That he had neverbcen
BIECHETT & DOWNING, In this gallant fight 3 white men were deliberate bravery than was displayed on Madison. hid -bound or.tongne-tyed by or to any par. .

ATTORNEYS AT LAW & AGENTS FOR CLAIMS A. FISHER : killed. Oats' eye was somewhat injured by these two memorable occasions, by these Re&ohcd, 5th. That we heartily approveof ty ; but that at the present crisis and under '

XO. 490, Seventh Street, -.. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. j a ball that passed near the left coiner of the brave volunteers of the frontier.W. the principle ofthe late act of the General present considerations, he felt that every I

WASHINGTON CITY. TALLAHASSEE" FLA., 1 left eye. Dr. Carlton was wounded in B. HOOKER, Assembly, in regard to taxation, and we be- Southern nan should be united and he be. ..

practice before the Court of Claims, and practice in the Courts of the Middle Dis- the arm, between wrist and elbow, but he Capt. comdg. Co. M Fla. Vol. lieva it to be the only fair and true methodof lievad the salvation of tbe Union depended 3.

WILL te claims before Congress and the several WILL and in Thomas County, Ga. will soon }he well. 12 or 13 head of horses raising a revenue for the purposes of State. opon the triumph of tbe Democratic Party ;

Department Q Office in the Capitol, 2d story, immediately arc said to be killed and one mule wounded. Democratic Meeting. This report having been read and unanimously that.he felt proud to place! himself under the 4 -

July 26.1855. 30 over the 21 room, 1855.of tbe Clerk of the Supreme 29-ly Court. Tho damage done to the Indians in this A meeting of the Democratic party of Liberty adoptt d, Mr. J. B. Coker, in his en. Banner of that Party which had never licked
July from the ]best evidence the dust from fie! feet northern
scrimmage was we Fanatic
county, was held at Kidleysville! on Saturday thusiastic style addressed a few very appro.
R. H. BERRY, E. BARNARDTr can obtain, 3 killed and :5 or C wounded.All .- ism-that he should work with it and for it, ;
; 5th inst. Oi: motion of H. M. Derrick, priate remarks to the meeting, after which
and Commission these the Indians dragged away, exceptthe with a'l! his might and means. He also expressed .
Auctioneer WILL COirriM'E: THE one that hnd his throat cut ; he being at I M. M. McA LILLY, was called: to the Chair; nominations were called for, when Capt. his views as entirely coinciding with :fliilm'

MERCHANT.TALLAHASSEE : DRUG & MEDICINE I BU.SINESSiAT I I IET some distance from the rest, the Indians did' and H. CAMPBELL; : appointed Secretary.' Philip Dell was unanimously chosen as can the 2rJ Resolution ; and that the putting of

Fla, Sept. 29, S55. 30XTtT. !) not him. That night the Indians came didate for the Senate and twelve and a half millions of of land
THE OLD ETA.ND, SIGN A 3 I get ''' The Chairman: briefly stated: the object of the Col. Tilman Ing. acres
around the place agai'i l, and wore beard to I into the hands of five person, was as undemocratic -
:D. 2MCXX > 'meeting. On motion of W. B. Jones a committee i ram, for the House of Representatives.The f
I whistle, which was: supposed to be a signal as any U. S. Bank. Again, tha
Wholesale and Retajl Druggist of five was appointed of I meeting was again addressed by Col,
MORTAR consisting
OF THE for the one whom we had dead. They were act was and is unconstitutional, establishinga J

NEWPORT, FLORIDA. Jo i I too late; but still it caused great excitement II. M.. Derrick, J. R. ,B. Graham, Jesseo M. S. Perry. peipotuity:! ; and is a breach of faith on the .

ORDERS! from Physicians and Planters put up Corner of Clinton and Monroe reels, Tallahassee. and trouble, as. wo were, but few in number; Barnes" S. J. Jobniou, '/. B, Jones, for the A committee of three was then appointed, part of the State. lIe also expressed himself r

greatest care. January 19.1856. 3 'BO there were despatches sent off to CaptainDurrance's of drafting suitable resolutions for consisting of Maj. George Helvenston, Mestrs as to the present Tax Law and in favorof
February 2, 1856.. 6 purpose
JOHN W. EVANS, station for help, which soon arrived the meeting. After a brief absence of the H/Bradford: and J. B. Cooker, to wait on its modification. He concluded by pJeig- .' I V j -
LONG & GALBRAITH in the persons of Seigts. Boggess and ing himself if elected, to use his utmost exertions :
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Durrance and 15 'men. Lieut Strety Parkerof committee, they reported the following Pre Capt. Dell, and Col. Ingram, and inform for the benefit especially, of this sec. .

ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. BAINBRIDGE, GEO Captain L sI.y's company, anxious know amble and Resolutions: them of their nomination after which the tion of the ,State by all proper meant. J J I.:

itA.. LONG t J. B. GALBRAITH bare associated WILL give prompt attention to all business Thomas en what the Indians were doing, gathered 8 or \WIIEBKAS: the Democratic party: of Liberty) Chair made a few closing remarks. Johu W. Johnston, Esq., was then called. 1 -
.LTL. themselves in the to bia care, in the Countic8.of\ ,
of Law. They
praetice 10 men and wont on their trail from the bat assembled for the of the On motion it then for, and addressed the meeting in a very appropriate :
will attend the Court in the Middle Circuit,the Supreme Decatur, Baker, Daugherty, Calhoun, Eaily and Clay. purpose ratifying was unanimously resolved .
Courts and the District Courts. of the United Febl'WU".117lSriri. 7 tf tle ground, and pursued it into the hammock, nominations recently made by the Cincinnati that the proceeding of this Conventionbe and pertinent manner. ..:. .'> ,
States at T.t1." "'ee. where they had planted themselves for battle Convention, and hailing with pride published: in the Floridian & Journal, the He was nothe,, said, an orator, '''foi& -

Office opposite the Court House. Just Received. but, not having sufficient force to attack the action of that body. and the platform Jacksonville News, and the National Demo- could very plainly tell his views -BO .tl i'ar-' .

October f8. 1854. If GuaVA and Currant Jellies, Prunes, them, returned to tho Fortfor tho night. ad opted. mers like himself could understand hinx- -

S. S. KNIGHT LEMONS Pickled Oyster, Brandy Peaches On the morning of the 15th, mustered 25 Be it therefore Resolved, That we cordially crat.On motion the Convention then adjourned He returned his'sincere thsnks for tha bonor
Preserved Lemons, Oranges Pine Apples and-Gin and the trail down Peas Creek
men pursued and heartily ratify the nominations of dono bim by the nomination for Repescntativp. ;
Lemon Raspberry "sine
Marmalade. Syrop die.
AUCTIONEER. COMMISSION MERCHANT eer. Green do. Strawberry Gage do.Pine Apple do,.and Ginger Swamp until night came on. Encamped for James Buchanan for the Presidency, and That he fully endorsed ,the Resolutions 4
TALLAHAUEJE. FLORIDA. do.. Raspberry Vinegar Fresh Salmon.Lobster Had the night and sent back to Ft Meade\ for provisions John C. Breckenridge for the Vice Presidency. GEO. LEITNER, President. of the Committee, and 'coincided vriQi the

_September_ 1,1865, 05 dock, flailibot and Shad. Assorted Pickles, Scotch early in the morning of 10th. We S. R.: PILES, Vice President.W. views of Cot. Baker"as expressed,by him.-r

Ale and Porter. then left a guard of 5 men with the horses Resolved further, That we pledge our H. BABCOCK,, ). That whatever might be his lack of ability.
WILLIAM SCOTT, 30,000 Havana AMES..ar.V ty. and followed the trail until about 10 o'clockin selves to do all that in us lies to secure the P. H. Youxo, > Secretanes.Public yet he could assure his fellow-citizens that if* .

ATTTOlrliNIEY AT LAW January 5, 1856. 1 the morning, with 19 men, about which election of said nominees. elected, ,he would bring to their service a '
MOJrriCELLO, FLA time we came their watch, who, judg. and .. heart and
upon Resolved, That we do heartily ratify in true -an unwavering devotion to
July 80.1888. ZO tljan LLTTP INSURANOB. ing from his surpris3d: : manner as he ran into endorse the nominations oi the lion. M. S. Meeting Sompter County their interests. .

WILLIAM S. DILWOBTB, THE F3EW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. camp, we think must have been asleep. Two Perry for Governor, and ,Hon. George S. At a meeting of.the citizens Sampler Mr. Johnston l! ,
County convened at Abrahamtown having concluded it was
guns were.t red at him, which Hawkins, for Congress, to whom we pledge according
Attorney :aid: Counsellor at Law,. AOCdCDLATCD CAPITAL,. .1000000. red.skins, who had taken up their position for ,our,active and united support. to previous notice, A. B. FUSSELL, moved and oai d. "- ) 4
Company IMUM policies on the lives of battle.; It was admirable- selection, being Eeq., was called to the Chair and A. L. That the citizens or this Co nt.1be: M .

UONTICELIA FthRIDA.ILteIiatb.Courti THIS peiwa for one or more MUTUAL yf rs,SYSTEM.or for thewhot. under.. bluff in the bend of the river. But :The:foregoing resolutions were unanimous EVANS, Esq., requested (o.act as',Secretary.At quested to'meet', at 'Mossy Grave, 911 Satur.,.

of UM Middle Circuit -' Divideod e period declared of-liCe. ON to the THE insured on policies issued "the- 19 brave heroes were on hand and the ly adopted. After. which the meeting proceeded the Request of the 'chvirman, John W. day next, to ratify the ptoceedingSAof, '

I T and Thoau! wad ,Lowode' Coaotr.- Ga.1Wc1a for life. order to charge wag as promptly obeyed as to.the nomination of. -candidate for Johnston, Esq., the' Democratic Elector (or meeting. and tin, ppoipt(* suitable; time and! ,

_22.. IUS-_ 121yG1a3S Pun FiEKMAir, Actuary.: -Moaow FASUJ, Pres't' though each bAd been going to a dance. Oh i representative. W. B. Jones put tbe name Sumpter County stated the objects of the place for a General County CoartnUcn aDd t
ouswite: Lea" .te.. cr Applieatibni reoeired in Tallabassee by they went, charging: right up to within 8 or of H. M. Derrick Esq., in nominatio'n. The meeting in a brief and pertinent manner. Ratification MoUngf.thDuocratj.Know.Nothlng : .

9 AH ::BOXES Window-Ob s, MorUd aise, 100 JI.auur 9, 1856. B3.: LEWIS. 10 feet of, the'red-skins: and shooting coolly r Upon motion Committee of Ten were party of Sompter ConatyRetobed -
*rfVV Kegs White Impure, xtr A No. I. and _successfully. Fire or six were shot motion wai nnanimouslyadopted.Mr. appointed by the Chair to draft Resolutions That _copies ot these proceed. ,

8 barrels Lt ned Oil, AGENCY OF JHE TNA INSURANCE COCAffAi.r ;' down_at zlog, ;and lay there in_a pile.! Several Derrick being present; he accepted the .expressive of. the sense of this meeting-: and ings bo teat to1h, Floridian:,k'Journal, ud ,

ILard Oil, ...;:.... ..,..."... ..'500,000.). ,,took to the. river dwere, killed.while I nomination.On .' to recommend torthe, 'meeting suitable un.dtdatealor. to thelfctlonal Democrat. for pnElioatiot.The I

W SOpMlaf E f .Zinc* Paint, Paint_ (bbU... mod |_ bolL) -milE ondemgoed, Agent of tbe abor Company.villreeeiVe ., ivftcnmlng,.but a;:large number got across, I "motion of S.J._Johnson it was ordered Senator from .thi Dutrict and ,meeting then "adj 1lt'DeJ. sine. die .

: 2Um l T Kft-proof inO5ll bbcopszvarib.; 1 ..L:: appk !0Os for and make insurance. and_ on.the bluff ,behind the'trees began to that the chairman appoint two delegates! from Representative from this County. There A. B, FUS3ELL Chai oin'.'
..S m\A Tnrpe iD'barrt15- r.Jat.1.. ; agabiatloes bj'Th.on Brick and Trame Buildins.rnLerthadize&c. fire at our" party, doing more"execution than upon,tho chairman appointed:the following A. L. EVATIS' Secretary;
jflJES ; ., each: precinct- I In rt'pl'l'ltf'ni th 'm ui tho Quin. {>l "n17.. I
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2- .. ?- k .- January n,18 6. :S B._ C. LEWIS. those thnt..were IICI1.f1 as they killed 2 of our r Jnne: Slit.. 1B56T ...
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: /" Jforfthftrfirnriwl! ,This_! 'ge'ntfetnon: 'occupies i ;'fully l the JCnow Mr. Walker and the Mass Meeting. 'I Mr. ,Editor: I was "a good deal, surprised Or: Our opponents.hare made much talk a .Iab rer ,of this glorious! and free

I' to correspondent their charges Mr. Buchanan: of the same degraded 'eonditi
: to learn from your answer your over upon to n.-
"of to'those/of our-I -Yr. Walker the old line "Whig"alias
',. ./ .. -. "..;.- ,..6....#..::_---: "__.."' ....,...."- -.. ..---- ....,.., fellow Nothing citizens ground whose opposition misfortune was, to be Mr." American EDITOR: candidate" for Governor addressed Jefferson" that Mr. Walker ,did not having proposed to reduce the "wages of the count otlght t know that there I too .
:- TALLAHASSEE: .a Lighty intcllig ntTn'M respectable _audience, at the contemplate resigning his position as Register working man to ten cent day, or,at least much Intelligence.among laboring classesin
; soil. And for t
born other than American ; this highly land led
.. .': -. .. .-. on incapacity 'Court House, in TallaLawee on the fith inst. His of the Land Office. It has always been the expressed 1 willingness to see them ,so re- such f&or ,1, b astray
S the of illustrating the'supposed by :representation

./' Saturday, :July 19, 1856. purpose of the foreigner to' appreciate and understand i speech was ingenious lengthy citizen, and of Florida delivered'with now no custom of our public men, heretofore, t resign -' duced. Now, would any body unacquainted Was ne any false accusation more thoroughly
what late ;
a distinguished hold when they believe that this refuted and turned
wasmanufactured its
-. office they might with such things charge against authors
the nature and character of Ameri- would bare called an Affy Davy" face.
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.FOR more became candidates for offices. The proprietyof out of the whol- cloth r.l? Jy I Ex vno disce. on/rut. Such are the
ican institutions, he instanced; in l hislate speech Mr. Walker was fortunate iu having it. all his own shafts in the Opposition .
.. ,the intellectual condition of a few laboring way, (it being a one sided discussion,) fut baU a reply this course is too obvious} to require argument we think ; and yet such is the fact. The quiver. .

.PRESIDENT works in this boon made, his character for fairness'(i if now high) Our public men should avoid even the speech of Mr. Buchanan upon which this pro ,Mor"1gu. I

: : ', '.' JA1B.UCHAAN' .. 'foreigners: whosewant engaged on' of public education and intelligence would probably have sufYerr d. The holy )tyorror with appearance of evil. I is perfectly apparent tended charge is pretended to be based, in The "straight Whigs" of Ken'tacy standout

-- OF PENNSYLVANIA.- County, wbieb be viewed Mr Bucbanaiu squalter..sopgnty.' to one that the office of Register of the stead.of any foundation upon whichit firmly against Mr. Fimor the recent .
: has not arisen from causes jiroperlychargabltto oCsucba principle eveI' afording'
the awful danger to the country J : Whig Convention n resolution -
? State' Lands can be used by an unscrupulous can stand, gives it a flat contradiction.
:: FOR VICE PRESIDENT. themselves, but to the misfortunes and the solemn obligation under which the South, .. expressing the confidence of the Whig

J. "BRECKENRIDGE of early' life ; such as poverty, or the neglectof rests to repudiate it, and him, were impressod with candidate as l powerful lever in electioneer stead of being made wiLIn! view to depress of Kentucky in Millard FiUmote, and saving

.: parents to educate and inform their minds. all tho eloquence of the speaker and with that peculiarly ing for another office. 'The Register has i the interests of the working roan, or aggrandize he was a worthy of, their support in 1848,

", ''. OF hE "'TtCKY. These unkind allusions to an industrial,,and "Affy D.ivy" earnestness which doubtless hi his power to confer a great many favors the capitalist at hn! expense, that speech was rjete,by the vote 0 siitetn counties
caused many Kuow Nothings present to agree with upon different individuals icith great benefit to was made in defence, of the best interests of agains one in favor.

;h. FOR GOVERNOR, valuable element ofour population, are becoming him in his coneluion. This. subject if my memory I himself as a candidate, if of questionablebcneH that class. The basis of the charge-the I, At a lat Democratic meeting in Miltntf,

MADISON S. PERRY, quite common \\li\\: \ even high-toned and serves me, was discussed by Mr. Walker in the Capitol I I Indiana, was addressed by W. A. Buckle,

OK AL.Clll''Ot'iT: \. sensible} gentlemen connected with the Know in 1818 when he denounced General Cass and '.I to the St'teI'woul not, of course, only basis, is the following extract from : I.I Esq., an old line Whig, who took ground in

Nothing party, which we think in bad taste, Mr.Buchanan jointly for entertaining sicba heresy.He .- I. intimate that Mr. Walker would use his office speech in, the Senate in reply to Mr. Clay on I II favor of the Cincinnati pIton and nominees .

For CONGRK5S, did not tell the people on Saturday last (as I to increase his chances of election, but every I the Sub-Treasury : I I and appealed t all the Union
and \ihen made not indicative of a
sincerely I
GEORGE S. HAWKINS, think he should) that he had lived to see Mi. Buchanans one will ,at once see the prepriety of his put. We are also charged by the senator from II to give them their support

philanthropic) mind! or a generous heart. It emphatic repudiation of any such construction ting himself in a position to be above suspicion Kentucky with a desire to reduce the wagesof I The Lebanon Advertiser says that the "old-

: OF JACKSOX ('or 'rY. is not suprising to hear such expressions of of his views, and that he had done him injustice. :Mr. .he continues to hold his office, the the poor man's labor. .We have been often II line Clay \Vhigs in that locality declare their
: FOR ELECTORS, ridicule fall from the lips of the wire waisted Buchanan certainly stated some years since,in a letterto I termed agrarians: on our side of the house.It intention to support and vote for James Buchanan .
PHILLIP DELL ": in Alabama that he held no such doc Democrats can say that their candidate for is under the sun to hear the !i at the fall election."
31.' A. LONG, fop, who turns up his r.osc at every thing an enquirer something now
CAUSES. 'I water trine, and that the inhabitants of a Ternary as such Congress exhibits a much nicer sense of pro. senator and his friends attribute to us a desire ,I The Sentinel, an old Whig paper of Henry
V. D. that docs not smell of lavender or rose ,
could neither introduce nor prohibit slavery until they I priety than does the Know Nothing candidate to elevate the wealthy manufacturer at !, county, Tennessee, the editor of ,which says

.. but it does excite surprise to hear them made Constitution. the of the laboring man and the me he was a Clay Whig for twenty years, bas .
FOR THE SENATE, assembled in Convention to form a Of for Governor. Mr. Walker must certainly expense I
of sensible minds and tender hearts 'I soul I the labor- come out for the national Democratic nomi.
by men the existence of this letter Mr. Walker should have consider his chances for election very chanic. From my respect ,
;. which never fail Jo appreciate and feel for known, and there is nothing in the Democratic plat- PiAIXDEALER. ing man. Labor is the foundation of the ; nees.

I the misfortunes of a fellow-being, whose des- form, or in Mr. Buchanan's letter of acceptance inconsistent slim. wealth of every country, and the free laborers In Virni eight of the tnirteen Know
FOR THE 1IOCSJ2 OF REPRESENTATIXES: both for I appointed declined, and
North deserve
the ha\'c
...__ I I ( _, with this declaration of principle Mr.Walkerto of
h..1..L- tJ.n 1fhtntn
: tins' respc
I JJJiVWVii.TT .u.-u. VtJ. AJ.M. Flurridy, Gadsden kountr. declare that the
the their and their Heaven I they go Democratic
1 which'; the and contrary notwithstanding. Had Mr. W,11r ]rrobity sbJ.l
DR. LTJCIEN D.UVAL- ges, enlighten understanding, "
mentioned this little circumstance, the force of his July 14, 1850. forbid that I should do them wrong! Of all nomlatlonl.

improve the morals. I speech on this point would have been bi oken and his mister editur : the countries on the earth, we ought to have I I I The last Mansfield ((0.) Shield and Banner
b Floridian & Journal for the Campaign. Mr. Walker, to maintain his position with I character for fairness! been sustained if not improved. i aint much in the babbit uv the most consideration for the laboring man. I, states that Hocking Hunter, Esq., the Hon.
We propose to issue on the second Saturday in reference to this subject, alluded invidiously to Next to this awful subject of squatter sovereignty kommunicatin with the nuse papers, nur doi From the very nature of our institutions, the Thomas Ewing, formerly an old.lncVhig

June, and continue until after the, Presidential election the uneducated foreigners, engaged on our which existed only in his imagination the position of i like much tu dabble in pollytiks, but sum- wheel of fortune is constantly revolving and I I United States Senator, and Secretary

: the Campaign Floridian and Journal, at the. fol railroads, but cautionsly keptout of view that Mr. Buchanan on the subject of the annexation of producing such mutations in property that II Treasury under General Harrison,and James
: times i sich ovful hum ride tu be .
wing raUa>: Texas, seemed to haunt: the eloquent speaker. That sea ; the wealthy man to day. may become the Stanberry, formerly a Whig member of Congress
class-of intelligent foreigners engaged in other I krammed down the peepiU throats, that it I poor laborer to.morrow. Truly, wealth often I from the Licking District, have come
could be denounced. It
To Subscriber ?1 00 never sufficiently! was true
To a a biugle Club of 3, address Mme P. O. 2 00 pursuits, such as merchants, farmers, mechanics ,I he said that Mr. Buchanan voted for the annexation makes me bile aul over, and i kant help lettin : takes wings and flies away. A largo fertune I out openly for Buchanan and Breckenridge.So .
&c. not few of which class :I lasts beyond the third generation, also has William L. Strong, late a Vhgmerchant
a even
To a Club of 5, 300 are I of Texis. (lie might have added, he worked for Stand sum: on it out, an of the pcepil uv gadsden rarely Mansfield Ohio.
if it endures so long. We must know instances I ,
.. .44 7, 44 .4 4. 500 now residing in our midst, and not unknown I I !spoke; for it,) and in that lie conceded be did right kounty kan swoller sich stuff as mister kab. The is informed by
of individuals obi iced to labor for their ZaneYleurora an
.. 4. d" 7 00 to that worthy gentleman. But.t t then, the motive Oh, the dark and perfidious
i.I .bi gin urn las saturdy in kwincy, wy tha daily whose gjandfathers were men of old-line lemont county, that it u
The money must invariably, accompany the order For a purpose which is well understood byevery I I motive, by which he was actuated. lIe had actually hay got stronger sturnmiks on less branes bread. 'Te regular process society would I all right for that county Fre-
attention. given it as his! opinion, that the extension of the area will be less
'- to insure intelligent citizen the Know ; mont's vote than Flllmore's.
Nothing I than i thot tha had. u sea, miser! editur, thar almost seem to consist of the efort of one
slavery, in the annexation: of an extensive and in. A of the Post
U to the I correspondent Pittsburg ,wri-
party propose to change the entire policy of dissipate they
Col. M.\ .\. Long. I : vitin slave coun'ry! in that direction,would withdraw is a site uv ole lino whigs in gadsden wot cass whilst another class, by their : ting from Cleveland, Ohio, says that many
this inberite
This gentlemen forwarded by the West cm I our government upon subject. A policy : the slaves from the farming; States, where they had wont go the no nuthin figger no wa u kan fix economy, are regularly rising to of the best and most influential of the Old.

mail, which left here on Thursday evening recommended Washington and sustained ; ceased 1 to be profitable. Or in other words! that the Jt, an mister kabbil, he gits up an tells urn wealth. We have all, therefore, a common Line \Vhi of that city will vote for Mr. Bu '

by every succeeding President, excepting the : law which had governed the institution,ever Fince its interest it is the representative of a national'
last appointments address his fellow-citi-}) : that he is an ole line whig, an makes out as our common duty, to protect
I elder Adams, who recommended the passageof inception would continue to govern it. Oh, Mr. Du c' I like he is the but he is the rights of the laboring man ; and if I believed I principle and opposed to sectionalism-men't
in the Western portion of this State, agin no nuthings, ses
ens hanan. did not the Walker who think and believe there are other interests "
why of Mr.
a law, similar to the you save feelings for a moment that this bill would prove I
which to circumstances 1 will one now proposed by a gwine the hole hog fur philmorc, tale an aul. at stake in this contest, that override-that-
.we regret say the Know by declaring thht on the annexation of Texas, injurious to him, it should meet my unqualified
"- prevent, him from fulfilling. \"'c this morning Nothing party; as did the odious-! the whole! law which had heretofore r.-gulated f&V nou ef tht tall par dont kum nier chokin opposition. I question of negroism ; and you may rely open

received a message from Col. Dong, communicating i!I Hartford Convention, which excited at the local habitation of this institution, would be reversed i him to deth than bis skot summerset did uv I Although this bill will not have a great it, for every renegade Democrat that goes

time, such a storm of popular indignr.tion, as : That the of and fertile I influence I could desire far I, over to the Republicans in that of
vast cotton
the melancholy intelligence: that opening a region I brakin his bak, mi namo aint Peter Joruon. an as yet, as as par Oo
I consigned the Hartford Conventionitts: to infamy : the South, would put Miryland! and Delaware to it goe, it will benefit the laboring man as ten Old-Line Whigs will, come over to
his father-in-law, Oen'l R. K. Call, is lying wy did ho think fur wun minnit that thrt pee- chanan."
and the elder Adams to life. tivating rice and Pujrar, or other staples of great much, and probably more, than any other
dangerously ill; so ill, indeed, that scarcely a I The private which would force t-lavcry backward) in quest of eut'1 pil gadsden was sioli fools as not to no he class of society. What is it he ought most The Franklin co. (Vt) Journal has hauled'
truth is all this :
will survive ; opposition to foreignershas koodent fur without fur down the Fillmore flag, and that gentlemanhas
: hope is entertained that he very ; table employment!! Oh, Mr. Buchanan vote philmore voting to desire? Constant employment, regular i

long. Controlled I by this circumstance, he I I grown out of the fact, that this class o1" !:I have looked to this, and saved Mr. Walker you the troub. donelson, an that donelson aint a whig nou wages, and uniform, reasonable prices for the I not now a single supporter in the pm

must defer his trip to the West until such j our citizens has ever sympathizediththe le of exposing!: your motives. nur never wus ; but mister kabbil ses mister I i iphilmore necessaries and comfort of life which he re ; of Vermont So says an Standard exchange.The heretofore.

Democratic party, in its efforts to control the |i iI Well according, to Mr. Walker Mr. Buchanan voted what he wel quires. Now, has been his condition t Bowlingreen ,
time as he may be relieved from this painful i: I ; I is nou allors was. ef he I under of and Know Nothing, has pulled down the

embarrassment, of which he will give timely j political affairs. of this government. For the j I right but should be ropu'Hated, because his motives I is then i say motly is the word with the no I ? our He system has suffered expansions more by them contractions I of Fillmore and Donelson, and run ap ja'their name'

notice through the medium of the press. The last twenty years, thiy have contributed to are !snspcctod.; of not being the same as ours; Not so nuthins, ertha meat a no nuthin out an out, I than any other class of society. The rate of stead those of Buchanan and Breckenridge.,

Western papers will please notice. the success"of this party, despite the efforts of i; eminently however with worthy Mr. Fillmore.of our confidence.He was held A npto man us who as tha sing out fur philmore an donelson, eftha his wagas is fixed and known ; and they are It will hereafter be fonnd battling neb and

the opposition to draw them off.5 far backas i week dimocrat tha hurra fur donelson I the last to rise with the increasing expansion, gallantly for the Democracy and -
: knows no sect "1nlllll! whose every act embraces! the meat a I it !

"Shall we'hare a Gentlemanly Canvass I 1814, Mr. Fillmore writing to Mr. Clay, j whole country. lie was indeed thp the model the man \ot wus fed an rased by j ac ksoD, ef and revulsion the frt to fall when He still the continues corresponding to !. try.Mortimer Long may H. Johnson wave, Esq. of Taylrtr co.
I" ,
receive ,
this Summer! i lamenting the defeat of the latter for die Presidency president" an'l 1 should receive the grateful and unanimous occurs
i i tha meat a week whig tha s that philmore i! I his dollar per day, whilst the price of I Virginia, the Know Nothing pin the

Is a question propounded by our cotempo remarks that the Foreign Catholics j i support of the southern people. It is true I nou what he alters wus, an eftha meet a ab. even article__ which ha consume i iA raniHlv I Wheeling District; publishes a cal in the

rary of the Sentinel, to which we respond hare defeated us in this State. Our oppo i (tborph Mr. Walk r in the hurry of the momest Jor- olishionist tha kan the same thing, an pint ;isi4ii; is M--1flIii made to feel- --r---J that, Wheeling Argus, resigning bb position a
4 to tit it.) that this Mr. Fillmore did the s elector and his determination
affirmatively. We reciprocate heartily the ; nents by pointing to Uis Satire Americans and i, got oppose out his buffalo letter tu the abolishionist uv although he nominally earns as much, or I announcing tQ
annexation of Texas for Buchanan and
)IOTIVE"VOTE AXD ALL, and on vote Breckenridge;
than he did the
,desire that the! present canvass thall be conducted i to .1/ir. FrelingJiuyacn, drore the i'oreignCauliolks \i the crie kounty. i dont wish tu kail mister phil even more forerly;yet, from 03: John the Fillmore Presidential
express ground of its being a slave State- It is I,I increased price of all the necessaries of life, I : Halet -
e ; as gentlemen ought to conduct l political ) I from tw and defeated vs in this true that he did advocate and vote for the abolition pf more a abolishionist, but i am inklined tu I he cannot support his family. Hence he elector for Zanesville, (Obio) district

discussions." State." This quotation disclosed the motivesof slavery in the District of Columbia. It is true that ,, think he is nou wot he slier wus, and ef en- !,I strikes for higher wages, and the uneasy and has sent in his declination to the Natiuna

There is no medium in party resent'iient, their opposition. They have: no fears that ; he ,lil] alvocate and vote for the Wilmot proviso.It .- I ny body wants tu no i will gist refer him tu I excited feelings which have, at different periods Council, and avows his to lap

vehicle of : is true thit: during his many service! in Con existed the classes. port the Fremont and Dayton ticket
j and when the press becomes the foreigners will endanger the existence of the years ander jackson. donelson when he wus editur among
i t press, 1" did rnlformly vote with Joshua: It. GidJingSi But the expansion at length reaches the exploding -
personal utupcration and abuse, it loses: its (;'overnmcnt, but, that-they! will continue to the bekase he had Millard FHlmore's
1 uv Washington yunion, a
I John QuincT, Adams, and sladc against every proposition point, and what does the laboring Plan
respect and degenerates to contempt; and it : sustain the Democralie: party and keep the chance then findin out aul about mister i I believe that the
!submitted for the protection of our slave institu. I good uv man now suffer? He is for a reason thrownout pi t 01

is a matter the most! -priziug\ seeing: the 1 administration of the government in its hands. ': tion ; and in (a\"c>r-oC every one calculated to weaken philmore. \vel i sa agin tu the no nuthins, of employment altogether. Oar manu- I sjer o sl trader ought t
k dangerous and destructive tendency of the Patrick Henry once replied to those who ; them. It is true that on his accession to the Presidency motly is yore only ware nou mister editur i iwant factures arc suspended ; our public work are b red re and respectfully considered"

iillraism which to be obtaining in ; wished to exclude British the lie selected three Northern men as members o, stopped ; our private enterprises the representatives of Vie people!
appears) : u tu advise mister kabbil tu sta at "
boreal 1 annexation
his : kinds abandoned and, others are able am opposed t th of TU
cabinet each
of whom a Wilmot'proTifO ; whis
_ these matters, that many public journals, : ground that they would exert themselves in J .R man.
: It is tru that distinct act of his administration can tend tu his rale bekase efhe dont i to weather the storm, can scarcely procure to this Union, any cirevautances, 1
: which otherwise are of eminent utility and opposition to the interests of n i stares are held therein!"
our as
I country : ebown which was designed or calculated strengthen Peter Jonson wil be alter him agin with a the means of bare subsistence. long
usefulness, should descend to the "abyss of j "Shall ire icho Jtarc laid the British Lion at ': b t 1 am in favor of Congress exercising all
or even t protect the institution of slavery except sharp stick tell him to remember 1852, an In a subsequent speech, Mr. Buchanan
the constitntumal it abolish
: degradation to which we find their party our feet, VQIC le afraid (f his \Yhdps" If a law to the principles of which be was opposed which watch them fellers about tallyhassy or tha thus emphatically denounces the attempt of the slave pover trade beticeen-possesses the to States!"
columns reduced. It may be right and proper i in the infancy of our Republic, we had no I was passed with the aid of but three of his Northern will git him in tu a wus skap than lha got Senator Davis of Massachusetts to misrepresent "inea FAVOR OFIMMEDIATE

that watchful should be kept friend,known as the fugitive slave law which him in tu. 1111 i like iister very much '
fear "ol
a eye upon reason to immigration! it would seem that I i his position. LEGISLATION FOR TIlE ABOLITION
think he wood do fust rate ef he wood let
be ) Jer the an
signed tin of official of
an opinion
die operations ofgovcrrnnenttliat each functionary I the diminishing influx of foreigners i is now i i Att'y Genl Crittcndt'n pressure. is true that the Nebraska pollytiks alone. Self respect, as well as the respect which OF SLAVERY IN THE DISTRICT OF

might he made to feel that there wasa I Mill less to be feared from any cause, civil or 1 j and Kansas that I i remain yore fren, I owe to the Senate, restrains me from giving COLUMBIA !I"
bill gnat mc.i8ure of equalitt,which
tribunal before which his departure from a I religious. I opened the common Territories of the Union,fo I PETER JONSON. such a contradiction to this allegation as it lam opposed to the reckless and unwise

.nnd it I I \_ _ __ South deserves. It would surely not be deemed policy of the present administration in the'
would be --
arraigned weBs Northern did
; correct course ; may era, as receive
i The Sentinel and its Right Sort of Men. j i 8t'ttementR. no The Committee of- in CaliforniaA however, in n.e, if I were to turn general management of our national a.in.AS
also be right and proper\\hen such departure is a single vote from Mr. Fiilmore's Northern frieud.It .- Vigilance impropr RE-OPENING
Senator and the epithet which SEe
apply SHOWN.N
made, that the defaulter be brought up and I There has been a rousing meeting of the I is true that the American platformdenounces that Political Move. be himself has applied to the proposition he TONAL BY THE .
friends of Fillmore and Donelson iu the southern deliverance, and authors
I great measure The THE MISSOURI COMPRO
1: forced to give an account of his stewardship; : Philadelphia Penmylvanian publishes to me, and were declare that such
of Philadelphia. Strong speeches of the right j i in bitter terms, and agrees to abide by it only until imputes t MISE."
the letters from '
but to wield l indiscriminate :invective and to following California by the an imputation was a misrepresentation
made from the different stands fitous'
tamp were I it i* rijifaled. I i ia true that Mr. Fillmore accepted -
denounce in the billingsgate! !! of the party vocabulary tuft I last steamer, and written by men of high of my rmarks"Replying
Independence Square, by : right tort of I his nomination that platform. I is true that in Mr. BithiiaB en Slavery

_ which is the principle practisedupon of men, such men as David Paul Drown, Hon.Charles I his recent speech upn Albany, he denounced those bills standing and character : to the charge more at length, The Charleston to Mr.Buchanan's .

t in these degenerate times, is a condescension D. Penrose, lion. D. 11. Moore, Isaac: containing the repeal of the Missouri restriction (not i SACBAMENTO, June 4, 1856. Mr. Buchanan again sid: Mercury alluding

with which the dignity of man's nature Hazlchurst, George W. Reid, &c." however by name) and prayed that if President Pierce After having tho particulars which have I contended that i would not injure, but antecedents, says :

- should be compromised.The The above is from the Sentinel of the 15th. had with good intention, and honest heart,made a appeared in the papers, the writer adds : greatly benefit, the laboring man to prevent From 1837, the date of Mr. CAtHoc.V
never mistake. that God forgive him." And cells the violent and ruinous expansions and famous Slavery Resolutions, for which
This David Paul Brown who heads the list may upon contractions an
The truth is the leaders are Know Nothings time
Mr. ,
Leon Democratic CInh. will be remembered as* the leading'attorney, those present to say whether the present ngitition"has and secret Abolitionists, who are de. to which ou curency.wa incident, vot present
there has been
not been recklessly and wantonly produced by and by a judicious bank reform to place it on no pause of Abolition aita
At of the Democratic at who announced that he was a volunteer withy= termined to establish a government here independent tion in Abodt the
a meeting party the adoption of/measure [the repeal of the Missouri a settled basis If this was done, what wouldbe Congress. same t
of the United States. The old
the Capitol on Thursday evening last, the following out pay in defending Passmore Williams, for j restriction] to nid iu personal advancement rather idea of Pacific the consequenceThat, if, the laboringman Texas question came up, and it at once excited .
- gentlemen were chosen permanent having robbed Col. Wheeler, a citizen of Virginia I thin in public good." All these are true,but they are revived.an You Independent see all the plans Republican laid bare could not receive as great a nominal to the highest activity, the antislaveryelements
at the North. Mr. BCCHAXAX took
and an American Minister\ of his dareslast .as dust in_ the balance" when compared: with Mr. wi amount for his labor a he did 'in the days of
- officers : in the Sun of 3d inst Governor John early and in behalf of the
Buchanan's incline for voting for the annexation of extravagant expansionwhich most always an prominent part
Judge T. "'. Brevard, President. year, while passing through Pennsylvania. son was unwilling to resist at first, but now under be of short duration annexation of Texas ; and in 1844, when
I Texas. considered the our system
They were so unimportaot by present
t Gen. Robert Williams, 1st Yke President. The re-production of Mr. David Paul American candidate for Governor, that be omitted three weeks after the rebellion brokeout, he he would be indemnified, and far more the question of ratification of the Treaty with

Dr. Wm. IL Hay ward, 2d, Brown's.' speeches on that occasion, (for they (hem. has this morning called out the military of than indemnified, by the constant employment Texas was before the Snat he delivered a
San Francisco Sacramento Nevada
t. Jas. S. Jones Secretary.Robert were numerous,) might be edifying( to the & the regular wages, and the uniform and powerful and eloquent in its rapport.
A is
The want of time, lJwe'e.may serve t tpsomne extent company already organized discussed and refuted all the objections-
moderate of the necessaries and .
Heir Treasurer. readers of the Sentinel. Let us have them ; His health not and others will soon be ready. more prieea ?
as an apology. was, good comforts of life, which a more stable curren- against the measure, and this in the-
Committee of Publication : and particularly those which sustained all the what he had undertaken proved laborious. The work SAN FRANCISCO, June 3, I85G. cy would produce. Can this proposition urge remonstrances and petitions (rM

Messrs. J. H. Galbraith, Robert Heir, Itobt.I quibbles and false swearing which under the of blackening the record of James Buclianaa, a man Disunion is openly talked of and advoca. ? I think not. It is too plain b North and the people of hk owa State.

of the U. S. Court the whose%great mind has been given t his couptry, ted the need not bo controver Mark I against the admission of" more slave
I Williams, Green Chaires, and Selim Myers. judgment kept man by press; so you astonished argument me, sir, desire to pro- Stte-

The Club will meet on Thursday Evening Williamson: in jail, for contempt, for many whose text book i the Constitution-who bas.vindi" to hear of the entire State governmeut dace this happy result, not by establishing His speech on that occasion h&a h
g cated the nghts of the, South, and the equality of the being revolutionized the mob which is commented on, Mr.
by not but the
How will it be before the Sentinel a pure rnetaljc currency, 'by reducing a'aoringedence
of e"en"veek.at. 8 o'clock. months. long States, and who has voted with us, uniformly! confined San Francisco BUCHANAN'S us examine
a a to but extends allover of bank issues within principles.
amount reasonabie freli Lt
__ _ _ _ your
1 T.C .11 I will tell about the rousing" ratification -
i., us Mr. Fillmore bas agairist us, o this slavery quetio.requircs the Stat If however, the Governorwill and safe limits, and establishing a metalic itAmong

Fillmore- in favor of Scatter Sorer- meeting held Washington City, and time and Mr.,Walker gave his tpe. With act promptly and efficient/! the mobo. basis for your paper circulation. The idea the many cobdetiolr in

eignty. addressed by the right sort of men," Lewis what success the day of election will tell crats may be quelled. 'It is a Know Nothing plainly expressed is, tha bttr. much favor of.the Annexaton Tu. .

The Sentinel l and other have been He is truly by the editor of the "Senti I revolution, aimed at the State for the as
: prints D. Campbell of Ohio, and others? represented governmenl- better, laboring man, every BUCHANAN, there was one to which. he gaTe
for weeks past belaboring the doctrine of nel" when )be'aays be hjs enliftf .underj their (the. Yoman understand something of the way in other class of society except the speculator, special He asserted, in the -

We had'prepared a notice "of the progress American) banner determined to follow it until the which the cat is jumping, when infone that that the business of the country should be prominence.
but it their
turns out the
Squatter Sovereignty; being made the Rail Roads in the vicinity end of the War. I it gOI. down be wi hare the every Democratic paper in the Stte, exceptthe placed upon that, fixed and permanent foundation spirit of Mr. C.UOUr'. rlaUon., that

nominee for President, Fillmore, proclaims of this upon which crowded out by consolation to know that there are some C.n which Globe of this city is opposed to tho Vigil which would be bid by establishing South had a right to b protected by th

I the 'ery doctrine they have so solemnly city, fall with honor." Mr. Walkers position is taken. He ance Committee. The rest Know Noting, such a bank reform a would render it certain Federal Government in,her domestic iostitaitions

A ,vowed not to support Here is 'what Mr. o her matter, and wiIl.appci1 r.ext week. identifies himself with the Fillmore clctor'iket.rHe Republican and neutral, are howling or that bank notes should be always convertible -that .Texas would become a ,depeai

Fillmore in his Lockport speech, made will do what in him lies,to, defeat the Democratic., mob, and.denouncing all who do not obey into gold and silver.
,says H. M. DKKJUCK has been nominatedby dency of England, unless it should annex
Esq, their behests. b
p. State and National "
.. 'but few party, Having'takcnjiu position And yet this plain and simjde exposition
a days ago: and through
the States
ed United
the Democratic party of Liberty county distinctly a a partisan be should faf et the Democracy of my views has seized upon by those to ; \at.
.1 His rule that the the eere- ben
was reoil.f. for.tJ1e House of Representatives,'i- in fair dui throughout Btatarr. 'Lt tir Shadows of Coming Events. who desire to m political capital out of the agency orEgli abolitionists a. servile
'.ral States shoild regulate their'.donics'tic concerns "
". ._ili! ,1. -i v both :. The Philadelphia Ledger mentions a ru- their and i it has been represented would endangering
,- in their ,but they had no right .: "' __;-; T ; v, .byC' fide perversion'; war lighted up te
,- interfere with QVJ13)the affairs{ of each other or ..' i "' .. .Anetker-Fnlsehood..- -' <.. a ,. f; LQfi mor that it is the intention of the friend of far aud wide that U was ray-de-sire to reduce existence of the Southern States." To

,, to of the Territories. The people of the'Tern.p A''.itor3r ingoing i ,the'roundsj.of tbe,opposi- ". _- -Political- ';;-.O-v-"*,' II Mr.Mr.Fillmore Fremol in Pennsylvania:tech to hv, and an the electoral friendsof miserable wages down serfs to and the laborers prJo European received by des,the tact the South from such,a contingency, !p-

t ors:: ShOUld be protected in regulating their tion press thal Gen.! JACKSOX condemned !' ticket, tame names will upon potisms. I 'most cheerfully leave the a conclusive ,argument wit Mr. UCAU
At the ratification meeting,held b Iha
I t ..".1'o) Ni'concernt, independent!{ of are foreign mJ't'iews: infutncffrom ; -, President PoLii'iXftpp.oiutrnent1: of Mr. BuCiiASAIC at Eaatou, -Filo., 20th, resolutions were both tickets. and Fill bo so arranged transposition public to between me and my trsducers. in' favor" of annexation.But ,

any quarthThese State. There is not that tbf tickets cast by th The senator { Massachusetts that .of Mr.
: find i I hare never hesitated to ,wpress them as Secretary',pf .! a pas&d condemning Brooks' anul on Sam- respective from af' portion B1&JU\
v1JiCvetheyhive been desfd."m. word of truthintbl -iiko the "drop of blood" ncr in the strongest terms. : friends of.the two candidates will b having attributed. tome the intention r- speech, upn"whlchte most iattdioos com !
tI' : '. ; ,known one the other. Then, ducing the of labor to the hardmoneystandard
The Mobile Tribune leading ivaow No., wages cstt
*" it utterly nl.e.-. menta and to,which we
to the Sentinel! and Mr, Walker and ten cent''charges, hav bn
-According: ,- thing journal corrnrienUrtffW W.'Tillmore} .' :'.e ef ticket has the most votes, the candidate t tbroughthe agency of the Independent ma.

:::.lhis js squatter{ sore reigrily. .doctrine unadulterated. Prosldent POLK. consulted- -,,Gen.' JAC. ,'Ji.so. :-.be. speeches 'at ;'Albany, .aii3jlraieiteriadniits| '(I whom it is ca5 will receive the electoral treasury bi has added, as.an appendixto lpi attention,,,was a follows. :

: Do' inforui ,us, gcutlomen} ; \vjiyuiir _sen-, fore bis.CAhinot,was; fonned, ,'and'jMr.. BfcuAN ,: ,. ;that V,th"y JnriicsS 1,bat4s.qppoae4.to'the :vote,of' the This, it I is expected,.will his speech, attet.made by.'t Senator : ,arrvin \t conclusion to supp!t

of:jPtftulfflinatinn ,hould lllot be pised was appointed
:'t ..Jlf'ona"ou,< J. and advice.T<' '" Mi&outi CoujpToiqise." j out dividing tho vote, prices of t labor in those ,br.moner: pt- oai obstacle; a.id_* that wss the ,B fJoH! tf



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laverv. Whilst T hare '
ever maint.ainrdJand .
1 :
ever shall .m iuaio.in( their full fotce and laporUnt from Kansas. From the PirUharg Poet In Leon Circuit Court. To Fall Term 1856. Fluid IO ,W Ot
ST.Lonis July O. Adinces Burning _. I
Buchanan ani "
tbe constitutional Topeka I Pittslrarg. ,Rufu S. Attachment for -
orth 1011100T"
vigor, rights South. Herring 1 $ rilki
of the 4th have bern received. The superior Quality, Just sal f al .
em State over their slavr 1 conven. June 14. }amount of Debt worn to- re .
property, vet tion met there on the 2d, and passed resolu. William O. Oaskiw.) Bond fcr '181. AJ UELY; TN ob.dfeneetotbs '' If. t.L.
feel a strong repugnance by. and act of mine tions in favor of tho black On the 10th of April, 1845, a large portion May II. 1856. t ..
republicans, and Defendant and all others fotere-Ud are b re- '
extend the limits THE
to of the Union over a new denunciatory of the democrats, and appeal. of Pittburgh was laid in ashes, by the notified nf the ioetitatkn of tLe above entitled Advances on Sea Inland Cu ;; ifll "i

slave-holding territory. After' mature reflection ing to the friends of' free Kansas in Congressto great fire. There was no telegraph to Pitts- suit by attachment, and an hereby required to T IBERAL a with JIeGI. I
tit Wud 1. 111'
however, I overcome these scruples! appear and plead to the declaration filed iu the caw :DVNOE m O O.
and now believe that the acquisition of Texas der stop supplies until Kansas is admitted on- : burg in those days, and the news ofour cal within three JUootb from this date, aa required by JL/New too Pert fur Sipt t Cl by D. vrdtoth.hmitsvfth.V..f crtr Norland W. P.'to ,

will be the the Topeka constitution. amity could reach law. O.K. WALKER, ) ,7 a 186. 4 1)ga.*;
means of limiting not enlarge Donaldson and Elmore only Washington by the D. GWYNN.. JAttysfcrPlftJuly J d ; 1. North of Tfcg&fenw Si .d rraa'
ing the dominion of Judge read the 14th A. W. DAVIS D. D. S. & : .
slavery. President's of April. Mr. Buchanan was then gec- 19, 185$. 29-3 m Boulevard Watt D. .x.Eiq.ID
In the February proclamation and Gov. Ward S. North at VhJWa Stand froo Mooro
of the world
Provi- -- -
i Shannon's retary of State. On that the ,
day ,
deuce, proclamation ; and Mr. Woodeon, following Emit D. 0. wnoa/E.;/
gradual generally means.produces There i is great changes rash by secretary of the Territory, read a note from documents left Washington' for Pittsbnrg, ad Medical College of Georgia. Important ImproTcacnt in Artistic In Ward 4. SoofB .fVIrInIa St.McGartj< sad

nothing' in CoL Sumner saying that he would preventthe dressed by Mr. Buchanan AUGUSTA, July, 1856. DU.By (ruin Ifrortw to Bodatard W.T.JL,Puma, Q. ,
of to William J. How-" ,
the counsels the AIOl
ght.v. May not, of the which the original eootocr L, W*rd ,.&,utb 01 Virginia: ft: McCrtyrJ
meeting These npHE'TWENTYFIFTH Course of Lecture in i
then, the acquisition of Texas he the means all unheeded. About legislature.800 were .ard, then mayor of our city. Comment is '' JL: this Institntinn trill commence the FIRST MONDAY with it the low.of the supplied 1 a from Moon But C. O. Enoiua. Eiq.In .

.,gradually drawing the slaves far to the I 'and all persons were pre unnecessary, even to. those maligncrs who IN NOVEMBER NEXT. to elude deecto Samples of this huprovemeLt maybe I: Ward J S. UcGartf 8L to Aagmlb and from
South tot climate more! congenial'to their Cllt., were armed. I t seen; alt temporary sets f inserted en .e to Boulevard West, E. B. (].
Beth branches of the legislature met on would leproach Mr. Buchanan as cold and Onfta Fnrchn In Ward 7. McCartjr St. to ADst.KI from i
nature; nd'rnay' they not'finally pass off the 4th Col. selfish 0. M. NEWTON, M. D, Anatomy. I Moon .. D.? J. A.MCS. Eq.
into )f&xico. and there Sunnier entered the town with : ii' I In a few hours, so that persons having teeth removed
mingle \\ith a race L. A. DUG AS. M. D, Surgery.I. In Want 8. Augustine St. .to limit of city Slurl_
wlierVno'pieju'dice i exists :against their color? about 200 dragoons, and.planted two cannon [506.] 'V.sI1IG'ropI'I14, 1845. I'. GARVIN, M. D, Materia Med ca, Therapeu- I can have a complete substitute immediately.) and (rom Ioome to Boulevard Dr.J. 1'. .\,

The M<>sicaii nation is composed of Span. .at the head of Kansas avenue. The troops Cashier of the Dank of the Metropolis j itcs, and Medical Jurisprudence.J. Chidre'ltth extracted, and advice nnd git en to parents of the la Ward: 9. Augustine St.to lirait of city S.ourll.
were drawn before Constitutional Hall I A. EVE M. D, Obstetrics nnd Diseases of Women management treatment and from Monroe to limit of cily Eat II ou. J. W.
iarJsludfenst. and up Pay to the order of J. Howard
negroes, blended logoiher: ; Mayor of : and Infants.H. tee aralit. All operations warranted to suit the most BIXKK.

'in every Variety, who would receive our and Col. Sumner told the citizens that: he I the city of Pittsburg, for the use of the suf. V. M. MILLER M. D, Physiology nod Patboly- Wi practice in the pncpl towns In Ward 10. McCutty St. to Augustine and/win
would '
glares on terms of perfect, sociut equnlitv.'T .- not disarm' them or break up the convention ferers by the late fire, five hundreds dollars. I gical Anatomy. throughout Stat : of Boulevard West J.K. LLOyD, Eq. V

this condition they nevu- can be admitted I but that he had orders to dissolvethe Dz. u SIR : Will \ou please to accept and I ALEX. MEANS M. D., Professor of Chemistry.L. he tbe is Ohio College of Dental SurE'ry. and those who In Ward 11. Augustine to limit of oifj South ansi l

Id tic United States. I legislature, and would do so. He then apply the above toward the relief of tho suf. D.* FORD, M. D., Institutes and Practice of Medicine. April daily 26,operating 1856. fur. 17 i from Boulevard to limit of city West, B. WIU.UM*,
That the repaired to the hull of representatives, and ferers ii; the I late dreadful calamity. My feel. :I -' -- Eq.
acquisition of Texas would I H. F. CAMPBELL M. D. I
said "I Surgical Comparative, F. ETPE3 InteiHlant.
vre )lpngconvert Maryland, Virginia, Kentucky most:painful am called of upon to perform the ings of sympathy and compassion have neverbeen I! and Mieioecopical Anatomy. ICE !f ICE ICE ABSTRAOr FROM ORDINANCE 13 41 44

Missouri, und others of the I duty my life. Under the so strongly excited upon any similar oc I I R. CAMPBELL, M. D, Demonstrator Anatom' p. .
more northern slave States into States I authority of the President, I am here to dissolve casion. But let the people be of good cheer, I I S. B. SIMMONS D. D., Assistant Demonstrator." ANY QUATITY OF ICE. Duties of Commissaries:-To visit frequently their
tree Ward In Violations of Onlinaacea
entertain the legislature, and, in accordance with and exert their accustomed and JURIAH HARRIS M. D., Prosecutor to Professorof DAY. respective: *- report
Uf't :t doubt. those orders I energy, un. I Surgery. NIGH AN ; Nuisance; Collections of Matter deleterious to .
,* God knows ', comm'.nd'ou to disperse.- der the blessings of Providence all will yet be Clinical Lectures will be delivered regularly at the FOR SALE Health Vagrants ; and to act jointly,as a Board of

But should Texas be annexed to the I have no party feeling in this well, and Pittshurg will arise more gloriousthan City Hospital, and ample opportunities will be afforded HENRY BERRY. Health for the City-and a< lut-h on UM Mcurrmca
I Union matter, and will have none while 1 hold mv ever from its ashes. for the study of Practical Anatomy.Fees May 24, 186tt 21 Epidemic* and at other times to make sug estiun V

causes will be brought into operation I present position in Kansas. I have just returned JAMES BUCIIA .\ for the entire Course . . .$105 00 ---- .- to tbe City Council which may tend to the Letter

which must inevitably remove slavery from from the border- where I have: been I W. J. HOWAKD Matriculation Ticket (to bejaken once).. 5 00 Insolvent Estate-Notice. preservation of the Health of the City.
what may be called the farming States. in I Esq.MAERIED. For further particulars apply to T"tlahasteC, !lJy.17. 18.16. :0
engaged sending home Missourians and .
From the best information, it is no longerprofitlLle.to here I G. M. NEWTON Dca. State of Flrid) -- - --
raise wheat and am now with instructions to disperse July 10, 1856. 29 County J fA REMOVAL fll TMflTWT'
rye corn, by the legislature. '. 1 agaiu command you to 1 In New Haven, Ctmu, on the 1st iust., by Rev. Mr. persons haying claims against the Estate of War baring aotborirod arr '

slave labor. Where these articles are the disperse." I i Littlfjobn, SAXFOUD LAVTON M. D., (Long Meadow Plantation for Sale. William Jinkins, late of Lu county deceased, THE reward Department for living IOOINU, wan may b* V

only Naples of agriculture, !in the pointed Judge SchuyliT asked if they were to imdcrstand Mass., to Miss HAITI i F., daughter of the late CoL J. Subscribers offer f'r sale their Plantation 12 are hereby notified to present same to the J Ddg captured or induced to come in for emigration. I wi iIipay .
nnd of Mr. if T4IE of Probate of Leon County. at hw office in *'
expressive language Randolph, the following premium ('r hostile Indians delivered -
that North-east of Tallahassee 104 9
they were to lie driven out at j B. Bull of this place. containing
; before the first in December next,
the slave does not run away from his master, the point of the bayonet. Colonel Sumner acres of oak hickory and pine land aa rich and productive I for see,payment on or Monday to the Commanding Officers at Fort. Brooke or
the from the slave. j "-- i in this of Leon There pr-rnta. Fort Myers SouthFlorkb.
master must run away us any part county. are
The slave will naturally be removed from replied, "I will use the whole foice under OBITUARY. ou the premises a Gin house aud Screw, Sugar mill D. W. GWYN. For each warrior living.$250 to f 500.H ;'

; my command to enforce these orders." The I Departed this life.at her fatber'trr:ldenc(, near and Boilers dwelling house negro cubing, and the Judge Probte. .. woman .. .. ..... 150 to SOiL V
such a where his labar is scarcely! May 24, 18:6. 21 ..
country i .
[House then land is cleared boy onr ten living. 100 to10.
dispersed. Tallahassee Leon Fla., after a paiuful illness necessary out houses. 350 acres of years i
adequate to his own suppoit t, to a legion A similar scene was enacted in the senate. I cotintv and in a good tate of cultivation. gll"d water an I The highest rates wilt be paid for all except the
where he can not only maintain himself, but The MARY. WATERS. I abundance( of the best of timber. It will suit for one 500 Boxes Mullins Tobacco. very infirm and helpless and in these cases not !If'<*
convention is preparing resolutions The dtceasedvas born iu Louoir N. I than above indicated.
yield large profits to his master. Texas willopen I I coutitv.' CL on or two plantations. j J. C. CASEY. ,
outlet and itself thus cndorsiiiir a State ubvernmt-nt( with the To. I the 21st December, 1S46 and died ou the 14th July, I Persons wishing to purchase will come and see for I rpo b received during the months of September Captain U.S. A.
an slavery finally i peka ecnstitution'Fears il1\asio-n _L October next, 4 600 Boxes of Mullin's assorted Ft.Brooke
of an I themselves. We will sell lower than the same quali. or Tampa Bay.
1S5G. In tLc death of this sweet child her heart.
I pass the Del Xorte, and be lost in llexico.O .- kept large numbers from attending. I ty of land can be bought elsewhere. ToO.At a price less than can b prhe April .18 6. 17-3en -
: e thing is certain, the present Dumber of stricken Parents have lost the light of their house. for OEO. H. FI3HKR. in New or any other Norhr ,---

slaves cannot be increased by the annexa ; Later from California she was a consoler in all their troubles and an adviser I WM. E. FISHER. have tried it seasons before expressed themselves

tion of Texas. j &c. in their difficulties. But they should be comforted I II July 12, 1806. 28-tf satisfied of the fact let ot.ber do the same. To the FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. .
NEW ORLEANS, July 12.-The steam hip I __ trade particularly I refer. Time given on Lots. GROWTH OF 1855.
I when they consider that their treasure is before
have never apprehended the preponderance gwne
I Daniel Webster has arrived at this with I D. LADD. Flat Beets 1
port hugs Turnip, Cabbage. Ac.
: of the slave States in the councils of them but a little rhile. The Good Shepherd has taken Newport July 5, 156. 27 RUT ,.
San 1
Francisco dates to the 20th ult. The received,
i their Lamb fiorn the blasts of this world days after date of this notice I shall apply ----- .i.
the: nation. Such fear has always appear- I chilling SIXTY AMES dt LIVELY.
George Law takes to New York 700,000 Hon. the Judge of Probate of Hamilton
eJ to me visionary. But those who entertain I in specie, and despatches from the Commissioners and safely clasped; h her iu His own bosom. county for tbe admission to Probate of the nuncupative 825 RWA.RAN J January, 185(5( 1. 4

such apprehensions need not be alarmed i relative to the Istcmus difficulties. No touch of pain will of Retua D. Burnett late of said county de. A 0 the V

by the acquisition of T'XIS.101'0 than There is no decrease of the excitement at Casts its dark shadow on that marble brow, ceased.jTbe next.of kin'are therefore notified to appear c iDt his Negro Women SALINA. To Rheumatics Others.
one-half! of and contest the same if they think fitJOHN She is feet 8 inches high, about 24 or
.its is unfit for
territory wholly San Francisco. Very few respond to the And tears of guilt or grief shall never aWn H. BAKER. 25 years old and of copper and r TV) all persons suffering from Rheumatic Complaint .V V

the fclave labor, and, therefore, in the nature Governor's proclamation of June 4th. The Thnt pure the e': now." P. July 12, 1856. 28-8w of slender form. She was raised o emplexo sea of X we offer a positive remedy.in Jay't Stimwlatiny
t ofthir be Iree. Mr. his ... Lin im nil. It has been effectual in th* "
: Clay in permanentcure
g.IUust Vigilance Committee have opened books for = -- --- --- -- Georgia and speaks in the brogue peculiar to the negroes :
,! letter of the 17th of last the of section. For to of Chronic and Rheumatic diseases. TbousaixU J
April on sudject I tht some years prior my .
and have
received the of Notice.
names GROCERIES. have no doubt teen rescued from an untimely death
she owned Mr. of St.
f of annexation: states that to his I owning was by *NoW,
thousands. They have also (5,000 stand of months after date I will present my accounts Mary's, Ga, and may be trying to mke her way by the use of this great remedy.For .
t information.I .- I arms and ten piecies of artillery. Their Cheap for Cash, Cash, Cash. SIX vouchers as Administrator on the estate uf back to that place. I will pay $20 for her arrest sale by Druggists generally and at Wholeale

The territory: of Texas is susceptible of foice is divided into ten regiments. Strong Hugh O. McLean, to the Hon. E. C. Love Judge of lodgment in any jail or 125 for her delivery to an and Retail by AMES & LIVELY.

I ajlivissiou! into fin States of a convenient breastworks have been erected in front of theCommittee's a JUST RECEIVED, Probate for Gadsden County for a final settlement, here. OEO.S.KINO. Tallahassee May 81, 1658. 22lyPROCLAMATION .

tize and form. Of these, two only would be and apply for a discharge therefrom. Newport, June 25, 13. 26 ;
those ; rooms, on the top of which l lan is Wild Pigeon from Sew Orleans : ALEXANDER E. GREGORY, AdmtV. ______, __, h __ __._
adapted to peculiar institutions (slavery) alarm bell, and there are senmll pieces uf IIHDS. Clear Bacon Sides, July 28, 15C. 28-6m
to which I have referred ; and the other three, cannon on the adjacent roofs. !') 5 Ribbed Corn and Cob Crusher. >r

lying west and noith of San Antonio, being The Governor gathered together a few 2 hhds. Shoulders For Sale. GRANGER'patent Corn .and Cob Crusher. I JAMES E. BROOME ;
only adapted farming and 4 Sugar Cured Ham the for tbe sale of these superior
grazing purposes hundred men and went to 1'enicia to get HUNDRED BONDS of the Union Agency Gortrnor of the Stale of Florida.
from the nature of their soil, climate 20 Bbls. Extra A. Superfine Flour. ONE Cob Crushers, unequaled it is said to any in
I and ammunition of Florida with interest Coupons due
arms from the arsenal, but THEEE HTJJTDBED DOIIABS REWABD- V
For the Co these will be
sale by JOHN R. LLOYD. ntry. A stock of on
I jind productions, would not admit of these since first January T842. Apply to Crulhr.
Gen. Wool refused to give them. The GOeroor'5 \" July 19, 1856. 29-2t band early this coming Fall. ry low, considering
I institutions.! In the end, therefore, there II
forces are encamped near the city. great saving in feed $55 $65 each

t would be two slave and three free States Six more rogues have been banished by Auction Sale on July 26th I July--.-12.. -1856.-- -- -- ._28-4t--- -- for these sizes. Prices.uniforu throughout the county.
I added For further call and examine for
probably: to the Union. yourselves .
the Vigilance Committee, who continue their front of prticular. an atrocious murder was committed ,
.' Auction RIOnl. opposite corner from A Homestead for $10 so soon sample arrives. WHEREAS
And here that a
t permit me to observe I arrests. Store. A splendid lot ot Furniture D. LADD. of William Millican in tbe County 4
here defect in the Hardware $310,000: Worth of Farms and Building of Marion in this State, the of the first of 4
i :s one treaty which ought On receipt of the Governor's proclamation, Groceries, 2 Cotton Gins Taylor to be nmended, if we all did not know thatit all the in Running Gear tc. JOHN R. LLOYD LOTS March by some person unknown. Now therefore j
nearly towns the interior held
enthusiastic that the coda justice bn subserved and the
is destined to be i'ject( The ticaty, it. meetings and endorsed the action 19 Auctioneer 1856. and Coimninkion Merchant. TN the Gold Region of Culpeper Co.' qiniato be Circular Saw Mill Agency. guilty party brought to may condign punishment; Know
July ,
I 28-2t 1.
sefoughit to determine how many free and i of the Committee, and formed organizations -- divided amongst 10,200 subscribers on the ye that I James E. Broome, Governor of the State of
-- -- - of 1856, for the benefit of Port Royal Female undersigned baa the fur the sale of
how nianv slave States should be made oflt i THE agency Florida do hereby offer the RrwAan of $300 for the 11
to out their .
assist carrying measures. On Consignment. Academv. Subscriptions ONLY TZX DOLLARS EACH, Herrick's Improved Circular Saw Mills
of this terl itory. Or it. in express terms, :I The crimes aud -casualties are numerous. one half down, the rest on the delivery of the DEED. consisting of three sizes for 42. 48 and 52 or 54 inch apprehension, of said person upon evidence sufficient

t leaves ihe question of slavery to be decided There is no interest whatever in politics. :. -t JL\J A BARRELS for cash. Mullet, i in No. 1 Order sold cheap I Every subscriber will pet a Building Lot or a Farm Saws. These Circulars are decidedly tbe best in use, to In testimony to conviction.whereof I have hereunto set
to my
those States in their constitutions Apply JOHN R. LLOYD. ia value from $10 to 25000. These Farms having several improvements over the "P geT or
i by as they :I The reports from the mines are favorable, July 19, 185G.' 29-2t ranging any hand, and caused to be affixed the Seal of the
and Lots sold to induce other Patent in The cost is about $300, $850,
seseraly apply for admission into the and are so cheap tettlements a use. [sEAL]State of Florida. Done at the Capital in the
I agricultural pursuits prosperous. in tbe and for various to extra
sufficient number being reserved, the increase $460 sizes according oarriage, this
Union. City Talbrhajsee, 19th day of May. ALD.I .
For Sale. value of which will compensate for the apparent low tc. For further particulars apply to .
Now, what was the position of Mr. Ducii.vx.o "T.SIIIGTOJuly 14.-The Senate, today A !NEGRO B'>y, 1.5 years old warranted. Apply price now asked. Ample security will be given for DANIEL LADD. : JAMES E.BROOMR.

according to this language Why, discussed the Naval Board Bi:. In the to JOHN R. LLOYD. the faithful performance of contracts aud promises. Newport, Fla, November 3. 1855. 44 Governor of Florida.
I July 19, 1856. 29-2t J5? M"re Agents are wanted to obtain subscribers
the resolution Brooks
to Mr. the Governor. Attest
expel By -
eimply] that as a Northern man, be had pre to whom the most liberal inducements will be given. Rough Rice Rough Rice :

' judices against the extension of slavery ; but j I! was defeated, the vote only being 121 yeas In the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, Some Agents write that they are making $200 per 7A BUSHELS of Rough Ricts. Secretary F.L Vn.Ln'IG--of Florida/ '
1 to 93 twothirds.Mr.
not Brooks
nays- month. Adverti will be done for
Margaret AnneaIn Chancorv, ing every Agent OU Forsaleby f3.f.KNIGHT. May 24, 18M. 24Executor's Vf
i il
which prejudices nevertheless not to I
I made a speech in defi-nce of his conduct, vs. I whore possible. For full particulars. Subscriptions March 8, 1856. 18

: 3 gratified at the expense of the South or i j jof and vacated his seat pending the resolution George S.Anuear. ) Bill for a divorce. Agencies &. apply to E. BAUDER
Tort Caroline Co., Va. Notice.
Royal ,
her inst iutions. Thatis a Northern disapproving the conduct of Messrs. Ed. appearing to the Court, .
i satisfactory
upon proof. 5 1856. 27 Council
IT July City Notice. is to all
hereby given
mundson and Keitt. The House then adjourned. that the defendant iri thelb"ye stated NOTICE persons boklinf;
man, he desired emancipation ; but that, as a j jLt"ghIator 1 case resides or demands against |robesatate of New-
j beyond the limits of the State ol Florida,so that Just Received, a meeting of the City Council held on May 29,
AT late of Gadded
nan ,
and a Senator he was bound to the ordinary process cannot be served upon him. It I I 1856. It was county deceased to
l' is ordered that said cause be set for hearing on the 1 AA SACRED HARPS. Resolved, By the Intendant and City Council of present them legally authenticated within tie time j
: forego that feeling in the duty laid upon the .Later from Washington. second Monday in November next and that said defendant lUlMcDOUGALL & HOBBY. Tallahassee That the clause in the revenue law of prescribed by law, or this notice willle nleadagainst

Government by the Constitution, of "pro. WASHINGTON, July 15.-lu the case of do appear and plead answer or demur by April 12, 1856. 15 1856 relating to Hawkers and Pedlers, be so construed their final recovery. E. S. SHEPARD.

Mr. Herbert, the Jury have been dis'hargednot that lime, otherwise, said cause will be tried on the as to conform with the law of the State, so far Eifr.
and the of the Lime For Sale. June
tecting upholding" rights 21,1856. 25
being able to agree. They stood five for f.icts charged in said Bill Provided That a copy of as to except from its penalties venders of charts and
South. That, as a Northern man, in perfect finding Mr. H. guilty of manslaughter and this order be published in some newspaper at Tallahassee 30 BBLS. of LIME for Sale atlases not books ordinarily so termed. Dr.P.P.JewisGIVES
for the by 8.S. KXIGHT. the Minutes. HUTCHINSON ;
space of three months next before aid From C. Clerk.
: consistency vitli these principles, and with. seven for acquital. Another trial is expected second Monday. Done and passed at Chambers this April 12lh, 1866. _ _ _ June 71856. 23 notice to his friends and pat-

out any violation of the rights of the.South, to commence to-morrow. The House had 12th July." 1856. '11 i;; that he U now in possession of

he could vote for the annexation of Texas adopted a resolution of censure of the lion. J. WATLES BAKER, Judge.July Lands for Sale. Walter all the latest improvements in Deotie-
L. M. Keitt, for his connection with the Sumner 19, 1650. 29-3m LARGE and valuable tract of Land lying in the try. 1st, The extraction of Teeth. without producing

on the ground that, while protecting slavery assault by a vota of 106 to 96. Mr. Ed. A County of Jefferson Is hereby offered for sale l his services to persons wishing to enter pain by !the aid uf a local plieatioo,which conaistain
from foreign interference, it would to it In Leon Circuit Court. To FaIl Term 185G. Said lands lie well, are convenient to market and in OFFERS the Us. Land Office, by locating Lund applying an artificial freezing mixture to th.psrta
epen munson, of Virginia, has been exculpated good neighborhood. They are situate within a few until fully benumbed. 2d.The immedia&eIQemioo 01.
Herring Quinn )) Attachment for $2C8 61-100 a Warrants,or otherwise. He will also give prompt
an outlet in South-west by its own voluntary from all connection in the aflair. It is under vs. | amount of Debt sworn to- miles of where the Pensacola and Georgia Railroad attention to such business as may be intrusted to him I a Temporary Set on ,Gott Faiths watch can b*

immigration. Such is the whole stood that Mn Keitt will resign. E R. Willey, nnd f Bond for f 537 22 000. will run, nnd are described as follows viz: in either of the other offices in the CapitoL Charges I worn with comfort and ease till the Goon an fully j
William E. Willey,J The W t of the S E i of Section 7, Township 2, will be reasonable corresponding to services performed. prepared for a permanent Set; theninserted on V
scope, bearing an intention of Mr. BUCIIANA From Central America. Defendant and all others interested herc- S of Range 5, E also the W J of the N E f of Section Being Deputy in the State Land Office, he of course that beautiful plan called continuous Gums wbteb are-V

>'S remarks, above quoted. THE notified of the institution of the above are entitled 8, same Township and Range; also tbe W i of the will make no charge for business in that Department.Mayl7,1856. so much worn and admired, for beauty,strength, aadi
General Walker elected President of and and perfect cleanliness.
was SEt of Section 6, same Township Range; .
'.: The South Las never demanded of any Nicaragua on the 24th ult.-Rivas and his suit und by plead attachment to tbe declaration and are hereby filed in required to the W i of the SEt of Section 6. same Township 20-ly May 1, 1866. *2

Northern Ulan that he should surrender his Minister of War having left Leon on the 12th. appear within three months from this date, as required the case by andR.angeandthoW-4oftheS E 4 of Section 5, A Plantation for Sale. -
and the institution of same Township and Range, containing altogethersome Sale. .
prejudices law.
approve Rivas afterward appeared at Chinandagua, G. K. WALKER J I 5- ,
slavery. She had demanded only her con. collected a force of 600 natives, called in the D. W. GWYNN [fAttYefurhIff.July lea. 480 acres, or thereabout, be the same more or _THE undersigned will sell at private sale,a.M State of Florida ) ,

stitutional rights, leaving to all their private outposts and ordered the American troops to 19, 1856. 29-3m For terms apply to the undersigned at Wakeenah. of Tallahassee desirable containing plantation four,Hundred ten miles acres NorthEast of County of Hamilton J f I,

opinions. Mr. t'cnA recognized her evacuate Leon. The order was obeyed, and -- --- -- -- J. A. T. WESTON, AGIST. excellent Oak and Hickory,and pine land; One hundred NOTICE is hereby given that an entire and cotn- 44

true position. He had already sustained it Rivas took possession of the town with 120 House to Rent. June 28, ,1856. 26-4w and fifty of which is under cultivation. Stock of new Goods belonging to the estate ,
I --'- -- -- -- of Allen G.Johnson hte
in his the admission of Arkan There are on the premises a comfortable dwelling) of said county deeeased.
course upon. : men. Walker has declared the Rims party .:; PHE Dwelling House recently occupied by Dissolution.ff house, and out houses with a new gin will be offered at private eal>. Purchasers will be
sag; and now, tbe remonstrances 01 the former canbinet _I L Wra. T.Bettou is to be .
against traitors. The officers of reuled and pos- house and screw. First rate well water and good required to give good and sufficient security fUr the-
his people and bis own feelings, lIe again stand by "r alker. session given immediately. Fur particulars' npply to Firm of Broome fe Shine was dissolved by health enjoyed on the place. For terms of sale apply payment of the purchase money, and to execute tbeir I Ii

came forward, and fulfilled to the letter his A revolution* ns broken out at Costa C1IARLE3 JEJT C UllSON. consent on February 25, 1866. to the subscribed residing on the premises. i notes bearing eight per cent'interest, from date, tad
constitutional to the South. As strong July 19, 1866. 29 July 5, 1856. 27 DANIEL HOITCKL on* half payable six and the.o her twulra muntha .t.
obligations that the ---- --
Rica headed by the party opposed --- -- ---
ter date.- Persons will be allowed
24, 185/\ 21 from UM date
an.act of duty, and a practical recognition invasion of Nicaragua. __ Havana Flan Lottery I Joseph J. Williams 1 In Leon Circuit Court. May hereof uutilt tbe first day of July next to put in their '

of her lights, his conduct deserves tbe great. Advices from Guatemala state that.the advance 1 v*. 1Bill for Divorce. bide. Proposals will be reeenr ed by te 11DdIm .

er,praise.becaQIC of the sacrifices of opini n. guard of, the army had arrived on the MORE PRIZES THAN BLANKS. Islej 'Williams. ) ProvisioDS.BACON NATWL P. MAE10N. En'n.

and popularity which he cheerfully made.-" 11th, and Santa Anna was cordially received.It 7767 PRIZES 102,000 DOLLARS I 'appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, by affidavit Sides Shoulders and Hams, Jasper, Fla, June 21, 1858. 25 I
that the Defendant Williams resides .
haley ,
What more does the South-can the South is reported that CoL Gomez and other officers Plants Extra, and Superfine, .
beyond the jurisdiction of the Court and is not an inhabitant Coffee Rio,
ask of any' man t She points to the Consti. of the Mexican army had gone to Gua Only 15,000 Numbers. of the State of Florida. It is, on motion, ordered For sale low in lots to suit the trade. Notice.
tution, as the bond Imd term of the Union, I temala. -- -- that tbe defendant enter her appearance and B.C. LEWIS. SU'e of Florida. ) V ii'l'

and claims only bei rights as therein guaran I Hostilities have been commenced by Leon JASPER COUNTY ACADEMYLOTTERY. demur, answer or plead to the said Bill in the Clerk's June 14, 1856. 25-8t County uf Hamilton. )f
teed. Her office of the Circuit Court of Leon on or before the A LLpereonsmdebtedtothe
language .haa been, differ as and Chihuahua Tamalapas. esUU of Allen tr.
first Monday in October 1856. Otherwise said Bill .tl
Johnson late of Hamilton
yon will about slavery, but fulfil the compactand confessed. It county, deceased are
shall be taken for is further ordered requested to make immediate
c and tbo.
let me alone. Whigs Applauding BnebaniD that of this order be in of the payment *-
[BY AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF GEOBCIA.jCLASS a copy published one baring demand aninst said estate will tbetn-
But, in order that the absurdity of the The Federicksburg Recorder revives the newspapers in the city of Tallahassee for three months in the time prescribe by law. present ,

charge of Mr. BUCHANAN'S being a.' freesoil- recollection of a very remarkable incident.- P. previous to the said first Monday in October 1 85 6.- N A Tl1'L.P.MARION Ezfr V
Done and passed at Chambers July 1st 1856.
er"m ay possible, become more apparent,we In*1850, so universal was tho conviction of rpO be drawn August 15tb, 1856, at Concert Hall'1IfAoon J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge June'1,1866.. 25

need only cite the fact that, two years ago, Mr. Buchanan's fidelity to the constitution, JL Ga., under the sworn superintendence- G. K. WALKER and NOTICEOF

0 he signed the Ostend Manifesto a document and so high tbe appreciation in this State of Cot.GdO. M. Logan, and Ja*. A. Nisbet, Esq. D. W. GWYNN Hotice.A. 0

whose sole! obj ct was to acquire Cuba, out his service to the South, that the whigs of CAPITAL $15,000 Solicitors for Compl't. LL persons having claims iDtt the estate ef

of which two or three slave States, could Fredericksburg, in public meeting, tendered July 5, 1856.. 27-Sm John TC. Mann d..Md.lata of Gadsden eouo- ,

have been formed. Here lenf It his record. him the compliment of a formal expression of 1 Prize of. ... .$15,000 U. . .$15,000 Withdrawal of Lands in tr, I. hereby ao&4ed to pi8eot. them to tbeanderfiw V

The champion of the of Arkansas and esteem. The 1" .... ..8,000 is... .. .. .. ..3,000 x Contracts for Trestling. signed Eaeautrix Ybbio tame pracribed fcj law, .
admission confidence
the their proceedings 1'1' .... .. 2,000 is. .. .. ....2,000 FLORIDA AND or t notice w1Lb plead in j bar of their recovery.
cbmpinoftbe annexation of Texas of that meeting were inserted in the 4.1,000 are ........ .4,000 i Qmcx PrssAOoLA AXD GIOB.GU R. R. Co. )t ALABAMA ;ndanthosetnobtedretrequested to make j751- :

the champion of the acquisition of Cuba- Enquirer yesterday, but by misprint are 10" ..... ..600are. ..... ... .6,000''' Tallahassee April 29rb, 1856. J f .. .. meut immediately. .

where 1s the taint. or aispiciuo of freesoilutn reported to have occurred i in 1850 instead of 80 ... .. .. .100 are.. . ... .5,000 T3ROPOSALS are invited for the cooJL MARY' MANN Extx.. ..
In all tins Whatever are Mr. BucuAwa'sPuJieejjd :1850 20 Approximations of f50 to $15,000 Prize are ..., t.- atroetioa wooden culvert and tres- IN pursuance of the act entitled "An act mntincpubiic Jura.1,18U. %*- m '
;- -T .50 "_ 25 to 8,000 are 1,2,60 :WW'tliog on the line of the Pensacola and Georgia lands in alternate sections to the States of V .
slavery, his yokes and his,. Tb Jnjg F/edericksbnrg were not,sin- "". "' :' Florida ana Alabama to aid jn the construction -
> 50 '-.-- .goz. 20 o -2OOO 44 are 1,000 i .iLRoad, from the j junction with the Tallahassee of Citation.s
*cts-: mi with-'us.. ., .gu4r.In tljejr ppreciation of.MrvBaehahan'Sichifaeter 1 80 "tt' 15Jttf ach of the-Capitals of 1,000 1,000 Rmt the Snwanom River. Some cUb work oertain railroads b said Btatsa,"ajiiproved nth liar,

S. : --_ ; .' ': aOv4e fces," At that.day.he! was.gaedafl.otbe 7,OO.IMze*of$$iAre.....4..'.... ..\. .68,750 ; reu ily. T ot rat side 1856 of aU the the buds i lyicrvitbia railroad. CftMo.miI a.oa.e ch -. ) To the I4w OI'GQ.t 01 kia p(.. f
following and
IRdJi1j. South as the safest, the .1 nwy t graduationof name4ia :
0 b defe h
r said act,to wit:.From,BUJwhn's river !
: .J t >Bi.ZES. $102,0001 I For partiuiaaad for atJacJtsonvillt .In
So eotnpJ &e .ii the fa&oa o$(the Know. soundest sand, Uie nost trustworthy' of all ,787., AMOUNTING.TO.. plans r p at fur to the y ttf"nHa bar, near Pumacola- for&be 'ptU&ica .iI"the1 rar .
ari3 northern statesraw.It l is not pretended that Tickets. 'lO.-H.lves C5 : Quarters 82,50.Prize ap1 from Amelia Island cUbs AUanfcvto 011 .
Nothings BJack-Rfpoblicani in Indiana --j. ,. 3 .i' E. 0 OABE President the waters of -a wiU' f&bel I Jtitba_an 5.
that there is no electoral ticket in the State. be has since done 'any, act or spoken any Parable without Deduction. .Ml.10, I860. 1 Tampa bay, with a .brazfcb *to Cede Lay, OB the DXi4'-d that.J hay.IL. .' ,

*nTa or .rf KHmore and DoneUon. 'They word which'should forfeit this exalted repu Persons tending money by mail need not fear ita of Golf of Mezwp with, (ezo pt the Tampa.bayvptftioo sooth day t 1 MIiiDK ofj ctjoo Md .
junction tfieOdar
'W peAap hare 'a ticket "in not of.tfie tat Ion. On the contrary, 'the malignant Ingenuity being lost.' Orders punctually attended to. Communications ..Notice.QIX Peosaeghv Florbb to MaDtgopury.xq-bnDcli AJabam,iiDd have from at arcby cited aadt.to pir .

northern State tn November, but ,It will P- partizao scribblers find, nothin coa denti&1. Bank notes of sound banks Ibuf daLe I thaH.praaant tar -arcouaU b imtrucU .hc w.--betb aasspadJ from iaid.t '_' K1 a.q.eo. ."tW'' :**?*"
mount wherewith to reproach him, 'within l the .J las taken, at par. P Toue" &Hoocn&to Judge MyoteUof sale \oQ.tioa.1IDW irtb'. '. led ( yatjfsaft. .,
to.no4jin-t&ej} will very ,
few order Uaeif.piiuk .
get nunbeis should immediately.
Tncte wishing particular final Mtfcmtntja a&abistra- GiTtp sod"m.JI.haad.a&the t. '
*ote. Tbe contest is to clea I ly between thirty years. Since 1850, when lie was soc .* 'HtCatl ef Do.poorf My4 late o sax). at u.aty. ofWasHngton UuV biL.nd
lbftfljflZttd Tferaont, that'we wonder bowmen teeinedbrthewWgiofth1s8tatet; .Address JAMES F. WINTER, .Oount. 'b uaigsd da)rofMar(18W. tbil1tJl day Pfy. :" ,
Union! loViog tJoalh'em can-.longer IJcsi.'tate. ody confirmed ljI claim to'ib confidence Manager, Maccu, Georgia. a4vninistrtkm. a u c W.Ggl R M' THOS. A:HEirpRIOKS, C'ommili llt1'.. 11... jicJudgP .. .

wt"tb 10 cbooC and regard of the South. June 28,1856., '.'G' Feb. 'Z. 1856.' 6 .. JUD.t.1 l8i. 58 : Mayo. is6- 19-4pJaye" "<

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.dt1ttJUnPRAffi9 EMJS t iYJ- ,and dalt.rof trods'of-'hjin an Fan purpose,of obtaining"-relief of a yery painful and Sis-i -: ALL K1XP8"07 UQUOft CAX ,
'1 Tra Warn in informing Cixcta of the nose and Oczrs/ : A'JP ,
I"i 1t'f 1. ej pleasure et&es trein eye My nose was Arthur's Patent Air Tight
.,..MERCHANT'TAlLOR, of Tallahassee and the surtotnflngonuntry, tht 'a etrl" gone before I visitedtbe. Doctor bide OUTLAY of$2 \ : ..L.IVEII. II"LS.
now ,prepared to wait that wish to patronizehim ulceration my cheek and Freth Fririti and Toma- AN
0 0 abut my converting Whukey 5' S_, __,,
a 5
'toiler in i&aiy Made othlnp and i his line of business. also tenders his tank eye.Te am happy and proud to say that Moeely CAflfSprntrving. 'This article so extensively est Vinegar b 28 boons; ;Tw of tk. Vest, lrrpratlo; ; *f the I

: .!I" eGestIeen's Ftrnisbifig',Goods to friends, and,tbepnblwgenerally for very did relieve me, and had it not been for my havingto used in the East and Northern States last season, per gallon 'f Age.

':E' '.., "; : ; '. .. liberal 'patronage with which'he has heretofore been x mynelf to very extreme cold, bad weather: I will be introduced to the citizens 'Tallahassee and The only rctseU nee :.'
-- favored, and be hopes that a continuation of the some that I would have had no return o tbe surrounding country by the undersigned who has row Wine'of Whiskey barrels. ; They are not recom-

"l' FAQtKHOM&BLi 'willbeVantedbim. y disease.. I visited the Doctor a second time he the exclusive right to manufacture in this vincmity toe they are filled for the '
4 He will constantly keep on hand a full supply of all relieved me again; and 8 far as the various leporta the coming season. It is only necessary to call arid can be found in any of the 1t1 .ndedas ,Universal

..AND SUMMER r of Ware usually kept in an ratblihment of his abut the Doctor's injuring or failing to releve me, examine these article and the recommendations of Persons without the

lio of business. A full aMrlen" Iron, are positively false. As regards: Moseley'sskill ] the persons who have used them to be convinced that mesa are 1 lad i" i .Cure-alls but simply for

CLOTHS A'ND. S CASSIMERES. Sheet L.ad t Lead Pipe3SheetZine; Cistern Pnrops, in the Treatment of Cancers, I know of D Pbysiciati they are the best, most simple and, economical article I facture; ; wLicb i is by no 3 3what

m.. now receiving" ftn extensive assortment of and a great many other articles too numerous to men in the world that I would sooner rely on than for the purpose ever offered to the public. They tan This work is to (tJ their name .

;S .1 Cloths Casamerca. Vesting*. Drap rfEte, Whit tion. him. SURGEONand PHYSICIAN.be cqua I be- used by the most unskilful person, without the and at the book store,N'o.' pur
WbiV and Figured Mar TO BUILDERS. to any in the Southern States; and I not. slightest risk of failure. site the St. Charles Hotel
Drown and Fancy Lfcens j I and that I found him to be a perfect and Purchasers are supplied with a circular containing dollars
BElles, all of which I am prepared to make up on Tin Rfn Outring. Copper Tin Conducting say gentleman 5f amount (two )can ports.The .
S- fashionable and Pipes ., promises to do in the most Philanthropist, nnd advise all persons afflicted with full and reliable directions for pulling dp fruits and the work sent per
in the styles on rca- VERMIFUGE
abort notice most d al whic for
: manner and style nnd of the best ma Cancer to visit the DOCTOR as soon as possible and and tomatoes in *hese Caus, placing the whole process close 20 cents in stamps ,
oaable terms. I'I work.man.1ik and most reasonable terms have their health restored. RANSOM COOPER. conveniently within ,the reaeji of every housekeeper.A Book. Address

-ALSO- :, teria O been notc for the last eight years in II Rome. August 30th, 1855.E large supply ol tbe.'e Cans will be constantly keptin HENRY expelling Worms from

A LJ.1UIE AD WELL SELECTED STOCK OF i business this place he thinks it unnecessary t recommend : Mr. Ransom Cooper signed the above in my store. Persons wishing to supply themselves should

A bi'nselfany further to the public as regardshis presence. THOMAS PERRY, Pott .J/,,ter. apply immediately, as the /ruit season Is near at hand. Cff: The grpat value the human system, has
READY-MADE CLOTHING, the time he Rome August 30th, 1855. are'mac'e' t.V undersigned and warranted its
capabilities as a mechanic, but at same All Cans sold by cieutly proted by !
Consisting in part of Cashraerett Frock and Sack assures all that favor him with a call, good work and I safe. \ :M. SLUSSER. various liquor also been administeredwith

Fancy Colored' Frock and Suck. 1 rap d'Ete Frock cheap Awful Case of Cancer Cured. I May 31, 1856. 22 I '
Sack and Business, Alpncca Sack and Business.White j pCt. from the old stand known I 1_ the
formerly that H. most
THIS is to certify Col S. Harris of Craw -5------- : This work will be found satisfactoryresults
Brown and Linen Coats. Black Diap d'Ete and White he will be found at his stand cor-
Fancy as .< SlcSer, ford county came to me year 1851 with a Cancer Piano Fortes.jg3gSSa'T7E wine vinegar, cle. :
Summer Cawimere Pant Wbite and Fancy Linen ; ner of 200 foot street, where he will be glad to waiton on his chin, of fourteen years standing,the chin- r guide qnort amid all the varied to various animals
Pants White and Fancy Marseilles Vests, Fancy and 1 all his friends. THOMAS WHITE. bone and salival glands had all become much | are prepared to furnisfr Piano I
this businees.-.N 0.
Plain Silk Vests.Shirt. Collars, Cravats Undershirts, I! Dec. 1, 1855. 48ouncls diseased.and his constitution nearly ruined.very Mr. Har. rni T fl *'v Fortes, of the very best qiwlity, It were a work of subject to Worms.

Drawer. G.loves Hosiery. ete. ris had been under the te"tmen.t of many eminent upon the most ]liberal terms. of Mons.Lacour'
JOllY PRAETORIUS. Bound! *. physicans. and among them was the great'Dr. They are second to none in any country either i.\* remarkable for its writing. The LIVER PILLS for

I April 19, 1856. 16' L DIES colored straw Bonnets. an], and also, the celebrated Dr.Shep to quality or price. cal directions which it ,
S .
&c. Ladies colored straw trimmed Bonnet shall, of Maccu, who treated his case twice without I Every Instrument will be warranted. ll.nd all of the old modes the cure of LIVER COM-
Wines, Syriips, 1 I MILES NASH t Cp.
I p1ain" removing tbe disease. He finally went to Dr. Marshall I 'f the old formulas
--S Otard Brandy, Sparkling Cider I black I as he informed uic, the third time, and he refused i February 23, 1856. 8 use : /*> the presence of all' BILIOUS
folly" PLAINT
OLD Port Old Port Juice, white satin And silk to do anything flAre for him. Son after that time work One of the ,

Madeira, Brandy: Cherries, t black" (extra size). I I Mr.Harris heard of the many wonderful cures that I Qu.in.in.e.JUST this far aa .
to avoid as
Sherry: Sardines, Children and Misses straw had made, lndi"ited me at Griffin, as a last I !.be RANGEMENTS, SICK HEAD-
II report to operator)
Sparkling Gelatine, Preserved Quinces, t u I ( hats I commenced treating ]his case, and in six wetks received] 600 OUNCES Siilpll Quinine, I expensive of

Flavoring Extracts, Pews, For sale hV DAVID C. WILO Cancer was a1 removed, ami. the tore nearly healed. I Brand, together with a great variety I the manufacture volume fa'ins ACHE, &c. *
This coy'
Yeast P>wden, Tamarinds, ; October 13, 1855. ** S This case was seen and witnessed by more tLan five of pure Chemicals. AMES & LIVELY. ./
S, Spices, .-.- hundred 1 have the Cancer now in April 5, 1856. 14 ting up the whole list Purchasers will
gnmi'h o1ive
persons. my possession ._ ._ __ of Otard of the pleasebe
Yell, uacon Dupuy,
t'AJl1l cJe"le" :
I "l. 1agglu6 6 ,and any person can eel it bcalling at of
'V o terbire Sauce: Salad Oil, received per latest arrival* froci New Oi- I fcc, in iu Gnfnn. This case was witnessed by PIJ Olive"Oil.. pnd economical manner of ask

English Mustard, Capers, i JUST and New York, the following articles! wlich THOMAS JONES, of (Viffic.Dr. I A SUPERIOR article for Tnble iw. Jut re pIes, by fermentation. A particular to fin-

Claret Cocoa ; they offer at the ]lowest cash prices: I J. I). MAlT I ccive.1] by AMES LIVELY. cipe for converting 23 Dr. C.
AMES & LIVELY.IOES ; 15 Casks Bacon, 10 Bales Bagcing. t C E. W. I I April 6. 285C._14 lous with the most McLane's Cele-

5 Januaiy: 5, 1S6.S 20 Bbls. Flour, 15 Ps. Sea bland do. I S'I }'. CREXSHAW: j quality does not possess brated

j 30 Coils Rope, 10 Bbls. Whiskey, I do certify, that mrself, and many others, of this | Flower Jars. ting properties to the : VERMIFUGE and
IOE3 !
I of much finer color
200 ]Ibs. Twine, 10 Bbls.Mess Pork place were eye witnesses tho above stated case, I LARGE assortment of Flower Jars, various Size was a LIVER

: Any Quanity of Ice. : 50 Kegs Nails, RICHARDSON J WHITAKER. I aud that Mr. Harris left peifoctly 4.well.II. ,HATTON.Grhllu j I J A Just received and for sale byAMES A LIVELY. I I Mechanic.This much talked of PILLS, prepared by

I of the genuine cool tutT, just arrived, and : Newport, October 27, 1855. 43 j j May, 14, 1852. i, April 5, 1S5R. 14 i could mass information that i U t rat
LOTS ___ __ .' only bave] _
sale the load, cwt. or the small. \ @Xo) .
S by wagon If wish \t'\\\\\\1
i to see :
In Chancer-in Hamilton Circuit Court I you
: By D. LADD.I I To the Afflicted {of nil Conditions.I Salt-Salt-Salt. Laeour on Liquor.

l' "port, May 10, 1856. 19 I Willis W. Burk, Complainant: !' do ctrlfthat I was m ..t horriblfletell witha 200 SACKS of Salt for sale bv I' the design of the author. I SOLE PROPRIETOR Pittsburgh

t. | on my upper lip, caus me in HODGKISS, POOLE, t CO. a!'ertam the results of an ,
Just Received, John V. Stephens nnd Larkin McTyer. and Eliza j! describnble. After tmn-j the skill of al the most Noemher 17. 1855. 46' We speak from actual I I Pa. and take
Pilcher, John Thomas Pilcher, Pil- -- _n i na
Pill'hEr. Wiill eminuit that I could hear and that This work will
S S BBLS. Extra and Sujierfioe Flour I rher Pilcher, and Nathaniel Wicker,heir at lw Jal S without lhJiln, ,' up my case a hopeless] and as New Groceries. I Ii i iJUST manufacturing ]liquorc.- ,I other as there are various
9 0 deceased Defendants.: i I thought, with death starin (in the f ice. But fortunately" I Lacour's book for I ,
'. 5 nags prime Rio Coffee, appearing upon affidavit to the satisfaction of the for mo, I beard of Dr. W. R. Moseley's[ great Received on Consignment which we offer and bottling effervescing I other

'2 Tierces S. C. Hams, I -L Court that the JehuhutEliz.i PII 1
2 Casks ShoulJei?, her, Wii\Pilchcr and NathanelVhker 1 heirs at i resort, I placed myself under his treatment, and in one 30 Bags Coffee, in the hands of
: 3 Bbls." Sugar; house Molase., j: Law J:11eS: Pilcher, deceased, rfsiJe. beyond the I month from the time he cornmcned, I was perfectly I' 10 Tierces Rice, The copyrights forbid, or I before the public, pur-

-o Wli's-key: j j jurisdiction of this Court,to wit in the state of Gcor- j sound, aud have been so ever since. 100 Bbls. Lime, this morning, some of the
5 Boxes Claret. 500 Sacks Salt I I be
ELIZABETH JINKS. ever appeared in print porting to Vermifuge
; i I '
All of which will be sold low by gia.It is ordered that the said dt fouJantsVo. appear: huts; County. Ga., ) 1816.IInirlIIe RICHARDSON & WHITAKER. J be given for two dollars is I

S. S. K IGIIT. J answer the said till, on or before the first Monday,m. I I.2 I. Newport, May 17, 1856. 20 : connected with the book.- and Liver Pills. -All

in June next, else the same will be taken Pro COI- Casr Cancer Cured L,\cot-R ox LiQfOR.- S
For Char1es1on.. I fesso," Provided this order shall be published in some : Administrator's Notice. i work on the manufacture (, I others in'c6mparison
BY mi. W. R. MOSELEY, D. ,
within this Circuit week for the r I with it contains ,
TPkAILEY Expected to arrive. The Biir: > Newspaper once a pe- ; an I
Times, which will leave with despatch rio of four Months prior to raid ti.r.c.. I do c'rtiftht I was for many years holih.aftiic-) ALL persons having demands! against the estate of : making every variety of j with Dr. MCLANE'S are
for the above Ptrt. Jlsng her last trip fur this season i S J. WAYLESnAKErJul ( I ted with Cnncer, on my Lip and Chin, I .al the I W. Argyle! late of Leon county deceased, .' syrups vinegar, tc. "Hie i ,
Mitchell ami remedies I couM! heiir ,'f. but founllu l relief. I finally notifi'lto\ them to'"the under the subscribers
Planters will do well to erail themselves of this oporI I I Solictors Cuinjtlainin.t. are present pcriptiqn : ] worthless.
tunity of supplying to Charleston. j February 2, 1656. 5 heard of 1)r.V.. R. h .]l'-y's great success in the | signed luhnuiiitraior! duly authenticated within the I liquors in this city. This I

RICHARDSON & WHITAKER. -- .--- ---. --------1 treatmentf. Cancer attectious, and vitite.l him lit i time prescribed by law, or this notiteill be pleadn I favor of the reliability of ;' The
New Port April 15, 1856. 16 I Book-Binding. : Griffin, and iu thc course of six weeks he had the Can- hn: ,' nf their. recovery : and all r>er"ons indebted to I II I| erwise said.- '". O. JdtJ. GENUINE McLane'sVermifuge S

--1--- procured the services of n Bindei. ; cu all removed. I would advise all that are nfflictrd I i iaidestatcare. 'f1Uir:'(i to make immfiliate payment \: March 1, 1856. I'
i! HAVING to do all business we with the disease, tl \i-it him and ]batheir': health i thereof to B. C. LEWIS, Admt'r. and Liver

For sale. i! prepared pertainingto ; rtt"r that department on reasonable terms.MDOUGALL II i Quit Drinking- Pills
; Skilful Cancer doctor in Siutes. ------ ------ be had
: can now
:t A A SACKS SALT, iU'Dl'9tnte orderLy HOBBY. )utlor i LACOUR'S PATENT at
March 1.1S5G' 9A1 :
J.EHREus-Dr. J. D. Giifiin. Ga. Dr. J. For making ail
September 1855. 35 -- ---- --- .Iarll ; PER ASA FISH. respectable Drug
I NW"lO'( 'ffS) I Y. M. Pucker Harris ; Greer I5i:hop, 9 SACKS Rio Coffee, Liquors

I Garden Seeds. i Grillin, Ga. f.U 20 Boxes Adamantine Candles, by the Stores.
J TO'VLE & MYERSRC 10 M best Spanish Scgars,
of fresb weds from
AFRESH StTply I now receiving by recpnt Ilreasl rail be ( tired. 10 Bbls. Crushed Sugar, These Oils are obtained FLEMING BRO'S,
'Uist c sad for *ale byHcVAUGHT Scrlil.
per I arrivals] from LET PUBLIC READ 5 Dried Apples. ical Laboratory (parish of )
I -. ional>le and well 10 Baskets IIfki ick Champaigne, Author Lacour'n ,
New Port,Jan. 12, 1S&C. 2 Iincrcy t' the afflicted], and lie gr.it itudu an.l high q *
I ALSO ical Manipulations, Lacour Sole Proprietor
Watches and Jewelry, .
I I rntc-rtain of DR.MOSELKY
------ -- --- -- i opinion as a Surgeon
I 1 Apple! and] Peach Urandy, Itum, Port Wine, and c.I.ACOUR'S
S quors
of '>!ld huuting levers, ladies I deem it to mention: the
Consisting euttmen's' ; no.llhpician my duty case SCOVIL& MEA 0.
Pt:1Dting Potatoes.frr I Maraschino, for sale by R. H. BERRY. OIL OF C
S i g.1 levers, hunting, anchor, ]Icpine and j mv \ hoping at the t-nme time that nil persons May :3, 1856. 18NOTICE. to a No. 111. Charters St.New Orleans
S 2 BBLSY 11ow Potatoes,jnet jancucg: fine ort I quartier Watches; Cameo, toaic: Coral and all gold I similarly afii'eted; may bo bcnetittc-d by it. In the I spirit viz: Otard, Snrzernc superior, Wholesale agent for the Southern State, to
) der, auJ htfsHz by bosom pins and earring*, necklaces, gold and jet cros first part of UJH year, rny wife had) several t-uinll lumpsi netee.United 11'H all orders must be addressed.

McX AUGHT ORMOXD I sea, bosom pins aud ]lockets for hair and daguerreotypes i i to make their appearance: in her t.rea't ; they contin- : don Dock Brandies.Vineyard TIle by Ames
New Port Jar.12, 18J6. 2Groceries. : ; eolil and hair bracelets; a large assoi tment of I ued to increase in size. until the whole} }breast becameI I.i 4 S we are anxious to close our business, we wonld I flavor, and beautiful] & Co, Tallahassee Fla.; J. S. M. Drisen,

I fine plain diamond r\b. pearl and g met, onyx nol I a diseased mass, and very pailful I procured the I J\. quest all thnpe indebted to the firms or ty Rectified Whiskey n will be ; Gardner cf Mills. Newport; W. T. Carpen

I cornelian finger ; geutlemen's diamond"ius; best medical aid in the city < und notwith-i i II. Crichlow & Bro, and Crichlow Fisher sleeve buttons, plain and cornelian a I the earnest and fiithful of the call and settle their accounts '
; cameo onyx ; 6tndin ntclti'J most i j immediately Brandv. & Bro, Monticcllo S.Pulesen! Monticello;
assortcsd : common Cognac
S(1OFFEESigar.' WbiskcAc Ac tc. Beans, Liceed Oil, nnd variety of studs fine gold vest, fob and guard !\ skilful physicians!, Mie continued to grow worse and cash or by note, or they will be placed iu the hauuls I II I LACOUR'S OIL OF Rogers 4 Co. Cbattabooehee; Baltzell 4 WMge-

-I < I.I.geat seals, keys, gold and siver pen and pencil cases I worse, until they gave the case up PS incurable and 'I of an attorney for collection. I II ified Whiskey to Mananna;'Nicholson & Zei{ler, Bainbridge;

New Port. Jan. 12. 1356.y.cS AUGHT & tlnIO D. S nrd cold, silver and steel spectacles, gold and sil- i advised amputation. I was ad\iscd: by many of my I I : CRICHLOW, FISHER & CO. ginia Malt Whiskey, & ] Dickinson, Bainbridge ; E. Seixai TbomasTill r
2 ver thimbles. | friends i to \isit i J. W. R. MOSELEY. of Griffin, (Ja., I Ij May 3. 1856. 18 OIL OF CEDRAT I
-- which I did, < it hr hud -- ------- ------ --
jtfotice.O I Fine Cutlery ami Guns. i nn ni-lonUhing ns may seem, j jj 1--- Whiskey to old Irish Malt 23, 1856. 8lyNotice.
hrr cured tci'hin one month and is |, Hides Wanted.
I j '(
Dinner and breakfast knives without f/rks, knives cltireI I/111 I aiticle of Scotch Whi.t v.
\ Ki months after date we will present cur accounts j I'M ; !! I wnulil ynml
arc i ii
BEEF HIDES Wanted wl.ichthe
ltdll : for
and forks in setU, carvers and steel single, fine pucket ] /r'ClftCl ; OIL OF PEACH changes
O IrK" vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate of and Canc"roui affections, to visit the
''Hasilton cutlcrsllenrs, scissors aud razors; fite double} i i lilo i \J\J\J highest pricei'.l be paid. Also Deer I ginia Peach Brady, ic. Oil months after date the undersigned administra
County, for a final settlement of the! estate : Doctor without ram satisfied
delay ns by
I and I Otter bkins. DAVID
; barrelled laminatedbleel and flab twist guns, c"mI eXp.ritce I! will convert common trix of the Estate of R E. Gibson deceased.will
1 David Moat, late of said county deceased, and ask I and ob that ''iu i is the most skillful
I mon guns, tbot pouches f;f various patterns, fine andcommon eT-ti.n. hori i j j Tallahassee, September 20, 1855. SOI OIL OF GIN converts her accounts and vouchers to the Hon. Jud?.
to be discharged as administrators. in the :Stntiii the treatment of that __ _
Souther 5- I II
S powder k!. cleaning : Ely's caps and land Gin. Scbeidam : for Gadsden County for final settleinwt
WREDE. rible dll'a
ELIZABETH MOAT, 1 wad, wad cutters, and materials for gui.bniitbs I eCII'r.WILLLDI I I t. M I I A. ]H, CLARKE, : England Gin. &c.LACOURS I will apply to be discharged from the aJm l1iatra.I .

Administrators. Silver ami Plated "'ale.t i E. ITCIELL. !I 1 MERCHANT TAILOR j i CONCE of said estate.
1 1T'l'.LL. hours after being mixed I FLORIDA A. F. GIBSON, Admt'x.
March 1, 1856. 9-6m Silver table desert and tea spoons silver folks, sump : Dmi'ilir f'r./ Jtiadbmy, Jiomr, Ga. S I
DEALER HKVDV MADE I IxINTL1'S and 26 1856. 16-6m
CLOTHING Vinegar ,
and cream ]ladles, butter and pickle knives, p'.atcd:; Rome, Ga., October io, 1S54.AM. IN AND
Notice.SIX folks and spoons, waiters, castors, cake and fruit baskets 1 ( : FrUISHIGOODS. i gallons of the meat acid V Hides
the mnrketBv the of
months alter the first publication this notice, : electro plated tea sets nnd communion sen'i ie, : 4 TOW receiving at the well known old stand for- '! 'be made use
C.BD. cid. Vinegar can T A "TED in for which the highest
S undersigned, admiuistr.ators of the estate of : butter, sugar. and cream dishes, chamber and pailor ] !; themselves 1, ruerly occupied by CIa I k.t Stillman. a general I barrel. i any quantity
pop-Pin arf t-IU'! ( per market will be in cash groceries.
will i candlesticks, saltcfllais, boquet holders, card and I < j price paid or
Lewis H. Branch,deceased present thir accounts of DR. MOSELKY'S ..t'ic(!. will; find) him at j! assortment Superior Ready Made Clothing. Furnishing FOR MAKING : BROOME & HEIR.
nnd vouchers to the Judge of Probates of Leon County i i! flower baskets,.and brittuia "are his INFIRMARY, BROADWAY.GRIFFIN.GEOR- I I Goods, Cloths, CiKsimcres, Vestings, ore., composed i no preparation-only I 15 185 S7
and ask to be discharged from their ndmiuistration Miscellaneous Articles. j GIA. j jI I in part of the follo'wing articles: and shake weil. The ,

..f said estate. Ldie t eticules satchels, work.boxes, pcail. Berlin] I I Patients boarded at ?1 per dny, or ?16 per month. ;:: Fine Black Dres Frock 'Coats. fine natural aromn-a full, I G AND SHIPPING BUSINESSAT

JOSEPH BRANCH. l Atlm. ," : morocco port mouaies pearl card cases co- ] FEES, in nl capcs"t be agreed upn before under- Black and Cord Single Breasted Frock and ful transparent color and a

I JAMES H. BRANCH f j ral beads., coral necklace-sand armlets,jet bracelets, I taken. case will be received into this est.tbh4hi. i j I Business Coats, exert three distinct JfBWrORT.
J Dec. !9,1655. 52-6m j necklaces, and bosom pins! napkin rings and toothbrushes i j meet unless! it is believed on examination,, that it can Fancy Cufsinure do. do. do Whiskey to Brandy Gin d undersigned ttill'carries on the above huamw

,hat revivers, shell buffalo. india lubber and be cuied, or admit of relief.' All cases rejected] will Black and Colored Cloth Overcoats, I bines with and subsides in in all its branches Buildings well calculated] for

: Town Property for Sale.TIlE j i ivory combs, china and wax dolls, razor drops and j invariably be barged $5, for examination raid a vicc.I Black Doeskin Pants. ticks the whole of the grain ( wagons. D. LADD

undersigned offers at private sale, the follow j motey belts cigar cases, feather dusters pallor and I All Idler-, tj entitle them t notice, must enclose Fancy and Col'd Cassimere Pants, The whiskey is thus September 21854. M

described property, known as the Jrai i is Lots, I j djor bells, bohcmi.n glass and china vases and has I n "stamp" f jr the IJJl'nt r.f postage; and be directed "" Black and Fancy Silk Vests ting and burning! taste, and I
viz: Lots NOB. L25,27fl,48.14O.141> 142. 143 < kets terra cotta vases anti pitchers, perfume bottles] j to R. MOSELKY.M., Fancy Velvet do. tbe second property consists GEORGIA AM FLORIDA.

IU, 226, 227. 235. 239.240. 2-11. 242. 243, 244. 245. jewel cases, centre suspension and tide lamps, lampshades Gtidin; Georgia. "" do. Oas. ilr} >. Cashmeres, I taste imparted to the Liquors 'I .-0DR.TJ.CTJRLEE--
chimneys and violins and bows,guitars, Fcbawry 2S:;, 18.6. ly-8 White Maisaille-s do. I). n. and I'
wick an
248 2J6, 250. 252. 253. 25-1. 255. 257. 258, 268, all imparts appearance I
in the original plan of the city Tallahassee. banjos, tunbuline! *, clarionets, flutes and __ __ __ I -AT.SO- I property is exhibited in the ,
fifes, guitar \ioliu strings fine cologne and other Leon County Iron Works, A fine oitment of Shirts.Collars, Cravats, Black, I that is imparted to the I' Practicing Dentist,
-ALSO- perfumery, and a general nsortment of Toys. I WLite and Colored, Kid and Silk ,Gloves, self adjust I tion from tbe Genuine ] 'I,

Lots Nos. 1,2, 3, 4,5, 6,7, in S.County' qr.ALSO j Watches and jewelry repaired: promptly and in the TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. 'I I ing Stocks, Cotton and Merino Under-shirts. Jeans, |3F* These Oils are put THOMASVILLE GA, and 'MONTICELIO
S best manner.OctolitrSO. r Establishment is now in full operation. All I Drawers Brown, Fancy. Cotton, and Lisle Thread t I bottle contains sufficient Oil I MADISON FLA. and their respect!t. sad
i 1655 42 JL orders will be attended 'witliproniptncssnndall I Hose White and Colored Cambric H-indkerchiefr, nil I liquor. Full and counties. He insert any number of Anm-
Lots N,s.,16.22,25, 39, 40, 48, 61 ---- -- WII k done with neulnets und dispatch.All I'' (.f which nre offered to the public on reasonable terms the bottles. Price ?2 from ONE to a FULL sett, on tin 11t

C2 in the South 4 County quarter. !! Notice S kinds.of work, g'X-h' ns Steam Work,Mill Work, and warranted) ns good as offered in this Market. ny C1T One bottle of these ( principle giving them Umt beautiful life-
The above described property formerly belonged j Gin Mill, Circular Saw Call and examine. ) which approaches Nature nearly
we will presentournccounts, Oearing. Sugar Ma.chin ry. i be securely packed and ( [ appearan e so
to Go,. Brown. For further information nnd terms SIX monthd-Ifcnbtt lion. Judge of Probate of Shaft lul:'vs, H"gfn', 1iugli Castings, Brass November 10, 1855. -15 free of charge. to ) challenge detection by the closest observer.
i ; any part
which will be liberal.apply to A.Perry Amaker Esq. kc .,. iIsi Suiar Kettles of size I -- --- ----.- -------- ----- -- needing Dentil their NATU
.. I HamiRon County, for a final settlement of the estate CDftiu- ; : nlY kept receipt of f 1 10, to the operations on
Attorney at Law Tallahassee. I I of Stephen Kersh late of said County deceased, and I ; coustantly: on baud. All work done in such (!taiblishnifnt McKiucpcncio } In Guelsden Circuit Court.vs. P. Teeth. and wish him to perform them, caD by
CHARLES P. MANNING. i will be done by us, with a particular] regard v In Equity. March 1 1856. soox, have them done at the following prior*
Executors: of said ,
Until sold, the above property will be for rent ; to discharged a estte. the strength /l dm ability of the wrk to,1, Mary McKarepencie ) Bill fut Divorce. --- will be found to be MUCH lower than has CT
A. PERRY AMAKER. I', JAMESGILL.WILLIAM BASSET. )t Lit'ra.i Competent Woikuieu always in to put up IT appearing to the satisfaction of the court by affidavit Come One t offered in this section of country before. to-wit:
7-tf [ : of D. P. Holland, soliciter for the complaiant 00
: February 16,1856. Engines. 1 filling teeth 'WIth Gold Foil |1 00.II 60. 12
i -Feb.---16-.,-.1856..-- ._ _7_ _-- S S- i Terms tc. be liberal, nod nil work done strictly for that the defendant resides beyond the junsdic AD examine selected DAVID stock of $2 60. varying according to size of cavity and

BOOKS BOOKS BOOEsT! !M! '. Circular &, Upright Saws. I cash, or accepted orders on some business frm this I tion of the court, but within the slave of Florida. self, consisting not only of of material used; Extracting teeth,In orncSn
I place. Liberal prices paid for old Iron, Copper and } It i U ordered, that this cause be set for hearing upon those article well 60 cento.-out"of office f I. S
received from New York, the & CO.and Welch HOE Ii! nss. | charged on Monday nICE for a full or lower sett of teeth ea.
JUST I upper
tIlI' new Books: "The Old 46, 48 and 52 inch sizes, oil hand arid for All letters must be addressed (post paid) to I in September, 1856, unless the defendant shall on or quality and but styles selected, but in (with CONTINUOUS GUMS if neecs ury.)s

'S Homstead." by Mrs. Ann S.Stephens sale by D. LADD I J. M. SHINE Tallahassee, Fla. I before that day enter his appearance and demur, ly kets.large which, be feels assured $& per tooth, and perfect satisfaction guaranweoi
: New Port Nov.3, 1865. 44
anJ her former woik, "Fashion and Famine. The March 11, 1Q : plead or answer to said bill. It is further ordered instance.

( work exhibits unquestionable power, command of language : I ------ 185,1 ---- ___ ___ -S __ .__ I that a copy of the above order be published in some but low,also not to only those for cash who and have desiring his service in any portion cf ta*

vigorous description strong passion and dramatic i Notice to Contractors.OFFICE Most Approved Corn Mill In Use. I; newspaper, weeklp. for three consecutive months pre- for All those named counties, or any other section vI country
I furcfc "My First Season," a new novel under the I .vious to enid first Monday in September. Done and years. application letter'to either of thiabor
STATE EXCIXKEB, BCE.VA VISTA, advise call and tbese'
S guise of an autobiography. It is written with grace 1 OF ) 100 OF the most approved LANIER CORN I passed at Chambers, this 6th of May, 1856. to see Post Offices,or otherwise receive prompt al
P.O. 11VE .> MILLS for sale the Subscriber. These I Glace Chene, Satin
and beauty, sparkles with imagination and is sustained by I J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. .
I throughout by originality of thought and expression. AUGUST 20TH, ) Mills have been for some tune in use through this region I May 10,1856. 19 Solid and Plaid -
"Taverino from the pen of Madam George SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this nnd ]lower pint of Georgia, and give perfect sat "I Gro do Rhines and axr XEXMOXS:

Sand. "Rose Clark" Fanny Fern's last novel together the 20th day of August 1856, for constructing lfnctlol grinding with euse 40 bushels nnd the rise I Per Wm. R. Pettis I qualities JUDO Cote,Macon, Geoigia.Hox. .

with"Rbth Hall.""Fern Leaves" and Life and a Canal, with it necessary appendages, in the day, with less than the ordinary gin power Black and colored .J. StWAap, 1JCDGK
t Beauties of Fanny Fern." Roee ClArk upholds the reputation such as Lift Locks, Guard Lkl Dains. tc., from plied t it. The maker furnishes a band to put it ; FROM NEW ORLEANS. I, Solid nnd plaid Lon vThoma vilIa. Q 5.
Lake Harney on.the River, n distance nnd warranted i Solid, plaid, and figured ]
of this distinguished female novelist. It is St every to give perfect satisfaction. 4
i ')r\ C AS IIS, Skies and Shoulders, J.S.WtxxEsg., }
of thirteen 3,410 feet authorized the
; by and examine them Embroidered, plaid and
at D.LADD'S.April .
and claims the attention of the Cal U "
: intensely interesting GeneralAssembly, of the State of .Florida, ants session 21, 1835. 16 75 Bbls. Extra Family Flour, Black Bombazines, W. 8. DILWOKTH.E q, )
t reader from beginning to end. Abbott's Napoleon 100" 0. O.Put I IMecara.
Superfine Esq.
of 1854-5, by An Act entitled An Act provide : Spanish and Mohair
( complete embellished with steel engraving, beginning for and encourage a Liberal System of Internal Improvements -' -- ----. -- -- --- l O" Rectified Whiskey, Ladies black and W.
with the Emperor's birth following him throughthe in this State MILES NASH CO. 25" Mess Pork, Black and colored and Cot E. X. BucxmraN. J
Consulate, Empire and Banishment His trials & 25 }>rime" & 12, 185$ 2 .
will the amount for which the s
Proposals !specify Dealers in English plashed Talmas.Dotted
and triumphs are related with great strength and the work will be the in whichpayments Drugs, Medicines, &c. is" Syrup, .
manner and embroidered
is American writer. Subscribers dn moe.n :
style unsurpassed to by any solicited. Tlie are mde' in hinds or moneys.or JUST ret'ive from New York per bark R.H.Gnm- 5 "' Lard Solid. plaid and 6gured e dtf XjivelyTATLLAUS8EE
Magazine are
r hi Harper's with Dicken '"Little Dorret." portions of each. Maps, Profiles stud estimates can n gener] .assortment of articles in our line, 5 Rice, Black and colored FLORIDA,
rear begins January be seen at this office and any information obtained by such ns Oils of almost every kml Burning 'luic 5 Hhds. Sugar Welch Silk and guaze
S : Applyto McDUGAL A HOBBY. addressing the undersigned at .Orange Mill Post Of Whit Lead, Zinc and other Glass of 5 Boxes Star Candles. Red and yellow WhoI Ml. 1M Bet D& hI.J

February 1866. fie St.John's River Florida." Proposals will also bst quality, Putty Brushes, Potlb Soda, Sparkling For sale by R. H. BERRY. Opera Flannels of all DRUGS UD JODICIDS. 11

Flows b reeive for constructing a Rail Road over the Gcluo8Lndon Mustard, l'r (very best,) April 19 1856. 16Executor's English and Erench S
: Plow soe F. L. DANCY, meicina purposes,Spi e.Pepper, Lace and linen C. ;Dyeetuffi,. Surgical I tnuaentJ, S
A LARGE lot John Mor'Plows No. 1 and 2, gMd State Engineer, Stt of Florida. Peruvian Bark Fluid .moSyrp Notice. Emb'd CollATs Han Snuff Window Glass; PaiaU.
ZJL landing from sale bv August, 1855 35-ly S McNAUQHTAORMOND.New I Medicines. We keep none but the very tbest vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate for Blue.brown and green Glass Ware atantMedloine :

> -.Port, Ji 1.1 8.-, 2 Blacksmithing. hope to merit your patronage.MILES the said County of Gadsden, for final settlement and Black love Veils &.Fine Tpoth, Pure Wke and Bnadw"for '.
j NASH, & CO. apply to be discharged,from the exeeutorship Oscar Thread, Cotton and- ll Brushes, Medicinal pwpoy ?
'o. Cod laver Oil.lESn 1 THE Undersigned have formed March 29, 1856. 18 Filly aw deceased. Cambric and Swiss e Brushes, ocyArticI ::1
S co-partnership for the pur-, OWEN L. & JAMES A. FILLYAW Extor's. Seeds FSo Havana 8 .. .1
;:. :: t PURE of tbe ealebrnted .Brands" Ho Bobtnet and Mantilla j .
the Blacksmithing FrA
-_- pose of carrying on 12 have wwntl/reeeivsd"X Zpl
4' t ,: .iu&ucLirk1kcU,4Ruli2Iton'L c Notice April 1856. 15Administrator'o- m Colored Merinoes, .
: AMES &LIVELY Besine.in all its various bf. Pare Curtain and Dress "of every variety of 'wrtUM osaally .kept *5
.o ut by ala attention is given to Care a Wak, 'IS hereby given that we abal make application S Embroidered Lace Planters and Pbyaioan will ilwJ tau n
<:t p. e 1 and to laying .Axles" of 'kin. Vebicle. The months after date, to' lon Probate Court of Notice. White black uWkhmnl A"Ml supply of.voryttioj ..-

hop is convenient to the !, ( r P. B. Brokaw Hamilton County, to be dism from the adminis NOTICE is hereby given,that the undersigned will, White;and black and slate on the most Jtberal tara- S

,: Wanted Wanted aud special aUt.tn given to bojse.sboeing.Furmin.imFemeutpfcery .- tatio of the Estate of James 8. Roselate' of Hamil expiration of six months' file his .Touchers Ladies and Gents silk from the Country i pIOIRI'lDed sad MU ifs

O 1ilcly NEG 110!dEN.Jr 18 to dcsariptian.dooe to order. County, dc. and aiply for a final discharge frQIJ1l,(the administration Misses colored Kid black tee.dt with:regard b.t tt &a j piaca":4 naSOf. -

'. purb, ..".for wbkb, t3.bigbet! iociebm : P. B.' BROKAW, A110 Admt'r. of the estate of Nathcn Holt, deceased. Ladies and Gents buck etan'. prwcripljon eut"lIY ,npun(

: i 'r:4. .rpl.tl 6. S.'lHT & B. nrrs i KL1ZAlJTl CHESHIRE, Ad.nt'x. I PATRICK SMITH, Admt'r. t October t 13, 18i:.. .EppIDIa compound InidJlxrrflcl' of PUChe.

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