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: August 2, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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:. The Floridian & Journal I I JOHN R. LLOYD. I i[:FOR THE FLORIDIAN A JOITKNAL.] mercial property would jeopardized.j Notso tion of the Missouri restriction. Fillmore is Old Line Whigs for Buchanan.

,", b published every SATURDAY by .uo1iion.eC1.; I Ii I Mr. Fillmore's Rochester Speech. I however wiLh the people of Rochester, in favor of the same thing. : The Old Line Whigs who in tho Vest ant

S. JONES UDITOU & PROPRIETOR ANDCOMMISSiON This effort of Mr. Fillmore s is another bill I and the commercial interest in that section. Where is the th )JIO
JAMES ,* i for the suffrages of the South. Now They would suffer but littlo if anything froma difference between >-so two rushing to the support Buchanan, may .

At Taxis DotLira per anuum, in cuV aiice. : MERCHANT, i his friends, there is no doubt about the says nationality I dissolution i ef the Union. Hence they can men reckoned by scores and,hundreds-column af. .

TERMS ADVERTISING.- TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. of Mr. F's. views; a friend to tho : give full vent to their. fanatical bowlines, for Fillmore has always been in bad company, : ter column in the successive i issues of the

Union he will suffer what care they for tho Union ? The underground when he i Enqll'iTt'r
( l4e quaro of 1 2 lines, or ]lew, first insertion, 51 00 i July 19. 1856. 9-ly uo further encroachment except was with Old Zach. Cincinnati is devote to the recordof
.. *. each subsequent 50 on the rights of tho South, he will be the : railway: runs through there, and thou Fremont'is >ow in bad company but as ho these changes. From that paper's lastSaturday's

Professional aud Busioebs Card inserted at $10 per EDWARD lU. WEST. President of the whole country, and not of sands of dollars, the stolen property of the I i .
Io1lCum. particular section." We that I South, has by this means found an outlet to I is a young man, and well raised, he may repent I Mimmary, we copy the following
any regret, we
AdveU scmeuts not imik: d with the nnmbrr of Attorney and Counsellor at Law,; cannot here agree with our Americar. friends I Canada.Mr. i wh *n Benton dies i especially after the i :

;isetLoI3 will. be er.utinucil until nbiJ, and charged TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. I and still more do wo regret that a candidate Fillmore is really a snake in the grass, I unmerciful beating" he will get next Novern- i Ben Bond, who was United States Marshal .
> Jngly.trticcs !
ccc> r I
re-C'rt:5: :'"" (.f JI'hr,1j"1 flf 1".1 "r ttMlt! : A pul I :;. 1*:G. 14 ; for such a high office, should stoop EO lowas i and if the South trusts in him, she will lean 'I' ber. But Fillmore being an old man there ia I ia Illinois under General Taylor, and a

"ill Jiot be given ualil the .ij\citia"ig; fee i-- ---- -. .- --- to become a demagogue.' At first, thisspeech : on a reed that will break and pierce her hands. little 1 Scott elector in 1852 now places the Democratic .

{11id. ; FLOYD & hOLLAND, i is very plausible, and pure love ofthe He is unworthy of her confidence, for by this I hope or prospect of his repentance. Ho I ticket .It the head ofthe paper he r

_---_.. -__n_'--.'__-a- Attorneys at Law. 1 Union seems to breathe in every word. But 'I Rochester speech, however he may have affected I was badly raised, and in a bad atmosphere. edits, the Carlylu Calumet.

TALLiLSSEEiLiAf2ADflW "VVTILT. pi act ice in the Circuit Courts of Middle : weighell his words, compare them with to conceal ir, he has placed himself ill j, I think him decidedly a case." I will not Alonzo Cushing, Esq., a distinguished

? 7 and West FlorHa. nn 1 in the Supreme Court I 1.5s antecedents'and! we find Mr. Fillmore I an attitude ho-tile to the South ; and further, say I'd vote for Fremont in preference to I lawyer of Gallipoli-t, Ohio, has announced ,
of the State'Iso in tbe Di!tiict Court of the Uui has by the 'odium he to throw I
attempts on
the did his intention of the Democratic
: ted States in the L'lrtJwTDi"trict of Florida. standing on same platform i j years Fillmore, or vice-versa, for I believe that no upportiiig
hence the of Pierce and Douglas prostituted the aspirantfor : ticket this fall in to tho .
; opposed to rendition fugilivj i i such preference oppoa.i.II
11..I. FLOYD Ofllce Fla. will
ArahcLkolu contingency can, or happen nor
-0-- i D. P. HOLLAND, Offieo Quincy, Fla. slaves, anti to the admission of more slave :; Presidential honors to a low demagogue.ALACHUA. I I II tion. Colonel 1 C. has heretofore been an eminent .
Rcr. W. iChlldcrNLM.; Principal would I vote for either under any circumstances .
Dec. 22, S55. 51 : States. I Whig and an effective legislator. His

Mrs. n. II. Brown, Teacher of 3Iusic.EJT i :! Hear him! in irpaid to the compromise I nor will I, a? one froe Democrat, I acquisition is a valuable gaiu io our ranks iff]

., 1 DR. MILES II. NASh measures of 1850. Those measures usual [FOR TIn }'LOJnIH.JOt'ItX.L..] sanction any such arrangement. ; as he is certain not to remain idlo during thecampaign.
called the of 18"0 .
REFER: to 1l1t1. )L A. L-.n<*. Pie<'. B MR. EDI f OK :-I have just read in the last i'i'If our Electors give any such pledge, I I.I I. "

Trnttevs.. C. \Vil.on, U-q, Gen' K. A. Shine, Dr. i with Dr. M. JCash.iuiincdiatdv 'aslof the : ircrc nn" in all respects what I could have lc- \, Sntinel, Mr. Cabell's letter to the two setts hope a new Convention will be called to take An Iowa par er, in giving the proceedings IK1
OFFICE sired. IndeedVhat! then it that lie I
Miles X.ii-'u. Hon. T. \V. Hr-vanl, Guv.J. 1-;. Droome.f was !
I candidates for Electors.! If the them down, and put up others. Fillmore of a Democrat.: meeting in Van Buren county {
% The ex\'rC''! of the Academy will commence fay 19 1855. 20 : desired! ? His Erie letter, his vote in Con. |. proposition I

<:i Alurui.iv, the 7lh :UrL j -- -- -- -- gress against approving our laws in regard I I had originated with Mr. Cabell, I should i was forced upon in in '48 by gunpowder ''I in that State, says :

April sIlSSG.: iiDR.N.G.McDONALD j T. J. M. IL1CBARU!OX. LETCHER TYIIITAKEB. i I free into the tl'rritorfor i I I and if A. J. Not the Old-line! .
-- -_. --_.- to negroes coming J' ( say it was an extraordinary production ; but as popularity, D. had Old Zachs"popularity only Democracy are enthusiastic W

HICHARDSOXVlIITAJEH, j j we wore then a territory,) his Iia\ing the notorious I I, it did not, he i is not entitled to a patent for it ; i the Know-Nothings would force i but .their hands aru strengthened
i Tom Corwin ( abolitionist of the 1 1deepit numbers of Old line Whigs who
Receiving and Forwarding Merchants an by large ,
: it June him on us again, and if wo did not like it
MOXTICELLO, Fl.TILL \ was mentioned to me, before the Convention I
[ dyiin) his cabinet! his many vr.KY \ have openly espoused the cause of the country -
"A attend with assiduous care, all cabcu cnT "' of Mason of I we might grin and endure ir. Does Mr. C.
\ .Y. fii'e soil appointments North by a man more prominence just at against Abolition l fanaticism, and are doing .
trusted U'ljoininK to Litn.Ollio that of Col. Pilwoith.22.18ifl. August 4th, 1S55. 31 and Dixon's line, give us some idea what this time than Mr. C. He said, that, if he was ; think that we will enter into a compact with : yeoman service for the Democracy in this '.

Maich: ]: -l.y .- t he desired. I He would have no compromise.' in the Convention, he would try to get a resolution I t an oath-bound secret, prescriptive, fanatical I I contest. : vIV
_. IR.) II. A. GARDNER.; He would taJaJl and leave the Soutli no. sectarian
--- whoie
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-- watchword
-- passed, by which their Electors, if they I paity- ia that : MORGAN CO! TALL RIGHT.-There was
his PC-nice- lh. citizens 1 would fasten the odious Wilmot
SLUSSEK professional t tll thing111' ,
OFFERS their shall rule tremendous of the Democracyat
\ anil turronn I 3inj country. Office Pio\Uo to law organising a territory, found Fillmore could not be elected, might party Ameriea ? a outpouring

112oQ, F n. removed to the rrfMence of ),. John K. Ciumi). it- and thus forever ovrry bar our enterprising: citia-ns vote for the Democratic candidate, if he wasa 1, I protest against it. I would be glad to Mooreavillo on Saturday last. It is estimated .
nation formeily occupied by the Lite 1> Jacob Eliot. I that four thousand people were
1Ln"C1TnCl! or CO'I'I-n.Ti.Juov \ iND SmT binary 10, ISSG 1 ;: i in; tin South from settling in these territories, I sound man like Pierce.I : see the South a unit-such as to strike terror i pres. ;
: I I ent. Music, banners, hickory bushes, wheat
\'.un, WHOLI>AL!: AMI llirrur. : ---------- --.-. -_. -- -.------ 1,, no matter how well adapted) the climate for i give: him to undorst-ind that I was opposed II I to the hearts of our foes ; but I hope we are I sheave and othi.sr} emblems were carried in the

)JGVLI.I) ix PLAIN, F\:,'yJ JAPA.\MI A. PERRY AMAKER, slave labor. lie would have no law: passed not reduced low & .
so to Tho enthusiasm the
to the schtme, that I did not think as unite on Fillmore. long procession. of people
\ \1:i:. to give bach to us our property, stolen and( : .
fA u@iarfin 1f M1 llbX' conveyed North, but rather rejoice at our such contingency would happen. I lookedfr as our only hope of deliverance from the I was unbounded. The names of sixty
S1ot' n(oui-luU['I':
national Whigs who have therefore
._ SPLEN'DID siFsorL-jicutofCooliin ':rkr FLA. lo's.nd!, fmther. he W.HIJdllwc a law abolishing this thing in the proceedings of their Convention abolitionists. I would rather sink fighting the never j
acted with the Democracy weie shown to tI
,..LL .: anlV iod .t"tnnmrlll' : with ne.ilt.C! -May 21-, 1653.- -' 20. .. slavery in the DiMiict of Columbia.The.e .- and as they said nothing about it, I : whole pack, than surrender to the left I the speakers of the occasion. Old Morgan

S? au-1 durability reduced piieos. are the Coin-promise measures," that I wing," \\lie in the of friends.- I I I :
MILES NASH & CO. : had suppose: ; Mhey had abandoned the idea. guise is certain for Democratic. majorities in Octo.
Our 1).01. Woik.Hoofing in all rc. But, if these new (fangled Americans won'tjoin ber and November. .. .
OniaTScntal: Front Heads .luttt-iing.. G"j"j moiv. lIe does not say j-o in word.but (the Why i ii; it now brought forward I Is it beCaUse

per und Tin C.'II.b tin; I'Ipos, Sheet Lead, Siift D1A.LEI1: s ix fact that the measures of 1N.>0 were nnt in allrespects that party have exhausted their billingsgalc !- ; us, and aid in saving the South and the ;I Tho Lancaster (Penn.) Intelligencer says ;1J.

Zin. Lead 1'ij.es Pitteut Cistern Pumps. Shop work DRUGS i_ PAINTS I IMEDICINES show : Union, by the election of Buchanan I I I II
could have desired
if variety done at tort iotiei. what he slang and slander of Buchanan. i : -we I that the Amcricnn Press and Republican, an '::1'.

every HI hauls I that the violation of the rights of the South I is I will do it without thel11.1 r. C. thinks our I Old line Whig in that city, has hoisted
Cily :iiid Cotmlry ere 01LS&c I ,' I it because they know their model" can paper i
: would be a consummation devoutly to be
Are respectfully incited to give me a call bcfoic fore-fathers adopted the present mode of electing the and the of Buchanan
pur- v.i hcd.:' ]But they wore passed after a i I didate (Fillmore) cannot stand the racket till I I I flag espoused cause :j J
fhisini! ; elsewhere. infoin their fiieinis iud the ] uLic.] thai the President and Vice-President j 't
:'5?'"" N. H.? AH articles m'l.t f.ldu..d from the verv. "\ they have on hand a good oitment of such protracted session that shook the republic to : November ? or, is it to aid the Know Noth in anticipation I and Breckenridge. .

Iet mat .hl.ml tv-firrante-i durable.; Xo other arti ]\.\ artifleo III''are norally k'-t] in their line of lupines"' its MTV foundation( () ," and lie "felt bound" to i ing" State and county tickets ? This may be i of just such a contingency as he :I II The recent Democratic meeting in Scott 1.)j

clew! l>e offcrt- Lit &alp.Oatolwr aad will L b-> receiving: tvju3aily{ frcrh tujinlicp. Th"ir to jive! them nis otiicial sanction." i thinks: about to ,happen. i
4-2? the true cause. Whether it is or not these men County, Kentucky, was addressed by Franc'sTroutman
HO.) 1 S5.; term* sliall l 1.e ha''i.LJ' ,:. I
., : he docs tho.-e ;
--- Uut not ivgaid : measures: a Now sir I not
-- l T.l1laJlM'(:(', Ai'i'l'! ft tJ!. ,:S53- 14. I know it is utterly impossible for Fillmoro to am a Lawyer, yet I havea of Boarxon County ; James D. 1
Co-PartnershJp Notice.! _. fm.ilitv, as was declared i-i: the pint form nfthe i ,
---- -- differ
right to with Mr.
even Cubell. I believe
r I un'3.>r-i nc.I Lave: tl.ih t1.l) oufcred into a ( P.B.BLOKAW'S.LIVERY' I jialtimoic: Convention of I'-sV.i. I He carry this, or any other State. They know I I i Beck, of Lexington ; George P. Hodge; of l.f

1""ilE! :rtfl.i! ;' in theWHOLESALE AND(: SALE SUBLSS quotes from his message of that year, \\hich he is a dead drag: -that he was a bitter pill'in ,: Constitution i is a Compromise. ,:. Newport, and :Thomas P. Porter, of Versailles 1'j
(lie I-ins then pasccd wight (not must) '" (It was the first and should have been the
& RETAIL TALLAHASSEE, 3 LOUIDA..l3 says, -H 1 when sweetened with HOld Zach. i I l lI ; all OU line Whigs. 1!
to 'hO maintained wild time aiM experience I: last,) that as the Slave States are allowed !
DE.BUSIN'ESS, What mu=t l.u now( be with, ANDREJA(2KON \% The late Democratic ratification tt
'NT/TMIE PP prielt r would in&fe should!. demonstrate! I the !necessity: of! mo-liliiM- meeting
three votes :for five tin !
i'i!: ;lor the :\.-c ::d style tof 2 I f'Ji his!'i rielItIsnr1 the ( donehon! tied his tail ? i every negroes, ? present
n' di-ssatMied and i to in Kslamazoo .
I He addressed
___.' -t_>___PI!' 1 io, tli.il) lie hiici:h.l1llns: tion or irpeal. was : mode is the! only way by which the South I Michigan! was by :
AMES LIVELY.! t hoped t'lat at some future time those measures I don't Ijla.'iie: thet. (for depreciating a hot I the Hon. F. J. 1
large; ick Stal'at! th .1 M) tt:aid. sinil i ii nowprt'pai'd could Allegan County .;
I a in the
get : representation election
-- : tn aC,' ni'mxl.iic his f1118:: 1 n&J customeis.) > might be modified or repealed-of parly ((ntc t. It is a game in which they : : late Whig l'BlM date for Governor of Michigan -
7THEV t\'iillc 5 ;;!1eaed t; PCS lhir fiu-nd-3 He al-o has attifht-d 1 J.i i; Stable- good BlackPiuith roui-Fi'! favorably' to the North. F.F.of these officers, for, if tho vote was direct, J.
: :t n ipitn-.n at Lt'(ld!.tar.dof 1) II A?:!!.., ;'' shop.vIre! he will have bij: d.! no all Li..tNwfPlantation I Huu I consistent, too, what he afterward know they, will lose. They ha\e at : only white men could vote, in which aud also! dy the Hon. Stephen Yickerj.a .
fI"7iC vieri, th<*y will .keep a fll 111..1 g'f'lI nl; WIJI k, Hone tl.m.ii.!. aud C..trI .tgo\\uil; in our hand, and see that we hold all the "iljjh, case, distinguished Old line
the Mi-soini: i i Whig.
t i ".d'I"Jltt)11'11:,:; :iiertii:1; ,tlidri..i ,. the vt-iy iHi, ii.imit.r: and nlh:; :pior.jptniTS I :! and '!I:- says: in altding! to Compromi-e, but the I New York would be equal to six i such! Statesas I Anthony
$f bu.-hi D. H. A M E.S. pit'li.Xoveuibrr: whileptdiiiir: : of the Kansas: : Nebraska; act. cards, lli-'ir p-iity baa: nothing ,. ( :. Nor, can I believe that the Cooley, of Papaw, ono of the ealy: pioneersof .1j

M. LI nL Y. 5, 1 1S5S. -1 4 ., 1 hr. e no he.-itation ill ::samg, what most deuce," and; they have played the deuce," org Michigan, and Old line Whig, writes a
Convention ever contemplated! that the Electors .
1 1S50.
Jauuary -- -- -- know alreadv that I
of was
you so after they are getting tired of it, and now I letter to tho Gazette, his determination ;t
-' -- and Harness announcing
NOTICE. Carriages, Buggies, | : to the disturbance of that compromise. i might, could, or would disobey the voiceof i:I
bunch" the cards have
Fir Sale by I*. B. Brokaw. which J.irllo lie South thus ; propose to a now to vote: for Buchanan and Brecken. ;
-_. This, ( the p Pple. If they! did, why did! they .
rCm" rI IIE Sub
BURROUGHS > very lari o !'JI'jY of Carriages:; vcrv well. This he woul I be willing to regard turn Jack, and play for the game.; : case R. S. Blackwi'll Scott
*_ -Bujrge, aad Ha1JJels, which he offers I! of a failure to elect, by the people I a Whig elector in ;
T AVIXTr located Tallahassee offers I his IIilL it chirked the.Xoulh. I
finality as
m as a as :
pn Thcltllllit that candidate i is sound l 1-1
I L for pale on jhe inwt reasonable terzn.Nociicr our ; All! thi Chicago, III., i iu 1850, has written a
been strong
ft-f-Mw>:il *'T%\\rt-s to the! !11Llil Office oppo.ilc Hut i:!vto tl.e compromise; measures: I danger brought about by
!:)r..1t.:1larrs Drug Store.Jtiio ) 18, 1854. 48 ; and reliable, then they should advise their old Buchanan letter to the Rock Island
law then this
--- --- -- -. -- -- of ltv>0. Tii-- fll( : was secret mid-night, Jacobin Clew, at tho Argus, ;
!S. 1 3c-C. -Cal
..- .-- --- A. L. FISHER passed. The Wil-not: Proviso wanot: tacked: paity: friends ti support him. Yea, they j North. They elected the majority of the in which after,stating that he had always ac a;

MEDICAL NOTICE.Oi'l'IIK ATTORNEY-A.T-LAV/ ; on to the bills urg.ini/.i": tcnitik"-.. nor was\ should ad\ise them to haul down their colors I present house as Know Nothings when they ted with the Whig party, and that none of

-u- 'I' I' I slavery aboli hi-d.. Time an I 'xpcricncr and fall into ranks but that would ruin I
ALL.\JI\JJ, L.\, ; ; our ; tho platforms! of f the varios organizations suit
ln._. GAi\inr4E t. BITi'c get to Washington, they turn up BLick Republican ,
"\ "I riLL practice; in the oouitsf; MiJd't'! Dis-; m/Iht; '- demonstrate the necessity of a modification their State ticket, aud lose them the Legislature I I II' ed him, : ., '
V A division says
thtir I'iofe"i ':ul Scvkca :u t'c i'ui- ? T tiK.l.iiKl.i. inonms Ciiunty. Ua or rcfeul." Ii n lie Kansas and Nebraska : takt's place on the :

.i1-'jnicc: np'to; ite the .Store of ilessif.llodlu : r Oftice in lho Ca>itu1.2J btvry, immediately bI.: Congrws' docs not attempt to and disappoint one or two aspirants for i election: of Speaker, the Southern uiug (this i I II Yet, between several! evils, I must choose ;f

',sh: .tti Poyh.: over the Nom of th.j Cleik of the ;Huprciuu Court. 1eis.ito on shivery it: the ten;if!ones. Hcncf tho Senate. The South would present a far : same Fillmore crowd w.th; five the least. The race is evidently to be narrowed ;

'Jaiutiy_ ..,5.1. -- ,"10.MUUUII -. 1 .. July 21-l, .Ib55. 2',-Y w;'.s Fillmore's opposition. Then* is danger: more imposing attitude, if united on Buchanan I K. N'e. ) or six Noilhcrn down to h contest between Mr. Buchanan fj'
'- -- I
admission : I supported Fuller (a Fjeescilcr) i iI : and Col Fremont The rest ofthe n
i. itiui-in.rr.; OUnLD w. UO\VMNG E. BARNARD Jr. i oi! another slate State applying for than she would under such an arrange.
until: they knew he could not be candidates be
U lIion. He would may regarded
into the guard against I naps \
3ISCHETT & DOWNING the they But I am elected.'j'j
mont one
as propose
WILL ('OXTIl'lTilt: this by prohibiting slavery in the territories.He They then tacitly agreed to vote who \viil probably be withdrrVn before the f 3'
ATfJlnErS) AT l.WGE\ \HS FOR:) CLAD1S)! \ hear Mr. Cabell admit that candidate '
to our
DRUG .& MEDICINE I BtJ.SINESSc. I ,. would not have tho sovereign people, the i glad if the Democrats would aid them in ndGPting day arrives fur the struggle. Tho two prom. ,1 :
TtO. .t9a, Scvmili tI''cf, : is safe and I cannot say I inent candidates are Democrats and have ''JH
whether a mllJ. sorry ,
to or not acted
A T THE OLD hTAM), srcy! .6:3 I source of.pOWCI !say i t'ao plurality Rule, the Rule
WASHINGTON CITY.TILL slavery shall exi.t, but that Congress should as much for Fillmore. Fillmoro's antecedents was adopted, I w th the Demo 'ratio party heretofore.

\\ l'rac1.1ce'f re th Court of Ckiimg, and I judge for them in this matter. :\1 r. Fillmorc all against him. As a member of I but when the fug cam, just enough of them If a Democrat H to be elected, I confess I

prosecute claimibtf-Mc Congress and the several OF TILE MOKTAK, would much like to be agai-i: President, are I threw away their votes on Fuller to elect prefer an unadulterated one-an originaltoa
I) wry : if he ever voted with the South on Banks. Yet Mr. C. ***
<;prtmLta. Congress, thinks we should enter secedcr .
and if '" lime and experience[) demonstrated upon a single issue. The Democratic I
-Jul.-,)-:8. 1635. SO Come of Clinton and Monroe btit tf, Tallahassee. the necessity of modification or repeal" of the Slavery question, I do not recollect into such another compact, with thij Faction.I party, as at present organized, I con

R. H. BERRY January. 19, 185G. 3 the compromise measuie.s of 1850() fa\oiably I when, or on what occasion. lie did not would not trust such a party or faction, ,I ceive to be more conservative and national

--- Dr P. P.' Lewis j to the Noith and hostile to the South, lie make as much noise, as such men as Slade, (politically) after such deception. I I II in their faith than the newly organized party

Auctioneer and Commission would feel bound to give such act or acts I I cannot but confess my surprise and re j 1 with Co!! Fremont at' its jiead. The latter f
notice to hi; friends and! pat (Jiddings, Adams & Co., but he always voted i to Mr. Cabell .
MERCHANT. GIVES that he is now in possession' of j his oHicial n PI'I"O\I I." This i is from a gret see actively engaged a- j i is tllO radical to suit my views of loyalty to
I with them. All that he ever did for the : bout
all the latest improvements in Dentistry : friend of the Union and of the South. "Sa\e I political matters. I have heard he was the Union, the Constitution, and the ordinary I

-TALLAHASSEE--- Fla, Sept. 9, 185:1.. SO 1 .- 16t, The extraction of Teeth without producing : from friends." i South was to sign the Fugitive Slave Bill- i dune with politics until he had built that Rail laws of tho land. The Constitution ia '
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pain; by the aid of a local application which.CODbitots i my I bad and i Road. I hope he will dismount from the a platform broad I
\Iv B. ILLS the of tho Kansas that was done with such grace so enough for all to stand upon
artificial f..ef7.i mixture to the After comparing "
an passage
in applying 1g putts Fillmore which is
Wholesale The iinmedinteriseition ofa I that ho deserves thanks for it pony badly slringhalted, ; and it i u the duty of every citizen to vote
and Retail Druggist, until fully benumbed. 2d. i Nebraska bill to the opening of PandoraV grudgingly no '! and
Temporary Set, on G nUlL I't>rchn, vlrich} can be the sp'intered spavined. Tho wooly! horse for that man for the chief executive officer of i .
NEwPORT, FLOUIUA.O box and ascribing many political:: evils ( unless he had shown some disposition to execute will beat him and old
Buck will
beat both.A this
worn with comfort, and ease till the Gums are fullyprepared nation who he believes will lend bia influence -
Rm:1.s: from I'Lysieiaus nnJ F'lauters pr.t up fr a permanent Set; then inserted on Know Nothings [?] ) as originating" therefrom, I it. lIe was very anxious to execute 'I DEMOCRAT. to the preservation ofthe Union and t j'
with the greatest care. that beautiful plan] called continuous Gums, which ure I: "scarcely leaving a hope[ behind, a Northern the Law to rob Texas of third of her Ter faithful and !,
a a
February 2, 18:6. 5 so much worn and admired, for beauty, strength, and : Senator and President arc accused of all I l 'confidential execution outs j r
--- perfect cleanliness. these evils. Ho would hurl the anathemas ritories. For that laudable purpose, he was Major Donelson Ignored constitution and laws. That man, in my t

LONG & UALBRAITH, May 81. 1856. 22 I excellent the of the Government I humble judgement, is Jamea Buchanan." i .;
--' I Northern fanaticism at our Doug. ready to call out power It. the proceedings of the Maryland Whig

ATTOUXEVS AT LAW, TALLUIASSKE, FLA.* JOHN W. EVANS, |j, las and Pierce, and he would rise from their while on the other hand ho had not Convention, recently held in Baltimore, ex- The lIon. E. B. Webb, Whig candidate .1

LONG .1 J. 1J. (ALBRAITH have awoc# I ATTORNEY AT LAW fall. Such the man who leas ((? a model
MA. was ) the or will to recapture one Craft, or traxagant ('ncomiume'l're heaped upon Mr. for Governor of Illinois in1852, baa written 4 4a
power I
.} themsel iu the practice of Law. They -' and who him.
President again .
IlAirCHRIDGK GEO7ILL now presents but word
Fillmnre, no of comfort or commendation
will atteutl the Court* in the MiJdle Circuit, the Su. I Iprell1e '.\ give prompt attention to all b'l ifilI'S en self for our suffrages. We wi-H know that make his Marshal do it. Now, the fact is, to Donelsonho Nebraska-Democratic letter to a friend. :
was given Major -
) CourU RId the District Courts of the United ft lifted to his care, in the Counties of Thomas, the principle involved in the Kansas-Nebraska I as I said before he was a bitter pill, at best which has beep published the last paragraphof 1 d
-Statei at Trtllahassee.Oceopjv Baker Calhoun and was ignored.
D.iugherty Eaily Clay.
endorsed tho late-Cincinnati Convention the did not 'rote for him but which reads as followa :
/ >*ite the Court Hoiw.OcwUr February 17, 1855. 7 tf act was by in 48, people The Georgia Citizen treats Major Donel.son
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:t. 1854. ly Just Received. --- --- and that our candidate for the presidency for Old Zach"-he was dragged in by Tay worse than the Maryland whigs.-that "My friend, 'cone ,oat from among them.' .
-- ---- -- -- - is pledged to out these princi I him and Major If you '*'*' come 1 1to
carry lor's 'He became President by journal proposes lo drop place oat not only will not
Currant popularity.
S. S. KNIGHT EMONS Guava nnd Jellies, Prunes, j
I J I'ears, Sardines, Pickled Oyster, Brandy Peach ples. He relies, upon the ({'il.v! arising from I I th of Providence and then the Seuth Breckenridg on the Fillmore ticket. We help you, but whenever there ia a fait blow
AUCTIONEER COMMISSIONMERCHANTTtLI.lHASSKK ; cs, Preserved Lemons, Oranges,Pine Apples and Ginger this act, and by a quasi national speech protest against such treatment of Major Don. be struck and I can strike it, I trill strikw 1

IXUniUA. Green Gage llarmalade. Lemon Syrup, Raspberry would pander to a vitiated popular sentiment I trembled. The people said, well we have elson. He is fully entitled to every know. against tho Republican" party and its iss .

September I. 186, (,5 do., Strawberry do.Pine Apple do., nut Gingerdo. on &slavery Rochester and at. tho same time got an abolition President, sure enough nothing vote cast for Mr. Fillmore. Did he ues."
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I Raspberry Vinegar hold forth the idea that he might be trusted : The Rock Island
; halibut and bhad. Assorted Pickles, Scotch surely we are now to bo punished for runningmad not pass a high eulogium on Mr. Fillmore (Ill.) 8Uf'aJso publi li.PS f,1
WILLIAM Ale and Porter. by the South! He says nothing about the 1 about Chieftains? and because when he accepted the nominatien on his tick. a letter from Jamea Chapman a leading .

A TTO IMEY AT LAMOSTICEL1X W jI 30,000 Havana Cigars. civil war now raging in Kansas, and of the Military et? To be sure, Mr. Fillmore did not return Whig in Illinois, announcing his intention to j
) FLA. AMES & LIVELY. laws being enforced. All that he etudioiifcly 'this accidental President did not ruin the when he the ,
: the compliment accepted the nomination support Deinoftratio candidate,, as tht :
... July SO,1853. 'M 11 jan January. 6, 1866. 1 avoids. Such a man we cannot, 8hould not, Country, they are all agreeably disappointed, probably remembering tho biting only national ticket to the field. '
: WILLIAM S. DILWORTH, ---- -UPE 6U iANOE.. support; for, those who are not for us are and set him down as the model President." editorials of Major Donelson, written for the

; THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO against us." The fact is that the Democratic party soon Washington Union some years ago; bat that They Cut to" Caiglt.We .

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, i ACCCiHJLATCD CAPITAL... .f 1UOO,000. Let every Southern American and every got the ascendancy in Congress, and this only shows that Mr. 'FiUmoro wu Dot as find the following paragraph in tb.
I ffMIIS Company i issues policies on the lives of Southern man who has heretofore been a proud of the association as Major Donthon f
MONTJCELLO, FLORIDA. model President" could not do mach harm Louisville
JL White for more or for the this Courier :
persons one or years friend of Mr. Fillmore weigh well speech.Let was.

\X7ILL prfcctico ia th. Courts of the Jiiddle cir.1 whole period of life, OS TIlE MUTUAL SYSTEM. them consider where the sp.och was delivered. had he been so disposed. I really think him "Ttt8n-ownoaBf! *'.." IftwiTin
TF cait, "od TbJ n.* and Lowadei County Dividends declared to the insured on policio i issued
r Mircb 22. 1S5& 12-ly for life. I In Rochester, where the people have to be a negative man-a sort of tame snake. TUE DEMONSTRATIONS AT hP14c.tFOLIL. Indiana tiuo toy tafe tent lejbn*, 'JN1

.. not the least affinity with the South in their The Hou.' Howell Cobb, of Georgia, andSam'l bada
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-- coubt.t'1.._
Monet FHAXKLIX Pretl'ttr all detest him I
Pttxr FEEEUAX, Actuary.- Now, as for Fremont, we
Glass, Oils, White Lead, &e.)0' sentiments-where the trade is not from the j W. Black of Pennsylvania, hue ac. Saturdq"i.and.*t.. ..u.,116i .o
i: Applications received in Tallahassee by and hU his antecedent .aSimator
0 'BOXES Window Glass, assorted mes, 100 January 19, 1856. B.O.LEWIS., South, but from tho Northwestern States, byway party-yet, as cepted invitations to be present and drdres nominated lee Gtnfeaa :Frjiji-tf unit .rfhT' .

i. ',, K*& White Lead, pare, extra. t'No. I. of" the lakes. Conservative men at the are better than Fillmore's. As a tho great 'democrafe maumeetlng'at lo'dianapolis asa candidate fV 'fntimr &4 .ia .

.__ a barrel' Liof eed. Oil, AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. North may be found mostly in those citiesas member of_old Benton's family, he Was t i introduced on the 18th i inst1 The most distinguished Bath i German CathWteTfci' .siariC 1- .By* I

g :I DKsgZi i-Lard- Oil PaIn, CAPITAL.....t .. ...... ..500000. ( New York and Philadelphia) that are to a much' wOrse family, (the 'Black speakers in thd ,Unidu have b&ivfnvitfd .. this they thought e cor> tt& Carman>u, I
undersigned, Agent of the above Company the South. It is to their and aie expected. It ij supposed there, both Protettetit nnd '
20 JFireproor Paint.(bJls. and J tlob.) TilE mostly dependent on 6 ha i is now in bad company OUQio for tWt olheb .
) t very
2 Larreb Train 0.11; .bbl Oopal Varalsb, i11 receive applications and wake insurance interest that the South should not be trampled Republicans > wilt bo from-lHiKy .In fifty'thousand persons: candidatesJot" thrfy got fool.d,- M bothcamlida'le's

t.iA Tdrp..1 .1n Mrtvfc .,.Jet retail. aguins Iou by Vat. on Crick and, Frame Buildings, upon. Were the Union severed and ; but from what we can see what arc piescnt. It will be the largest "gathering of l declined'] to rqil' uifdtfr' (fiat
.t\us: r.1\ IJ.: ) Furniture',Merchandize, 4 c..lamwrv for I Free Kansas and restora the people: 'fcC'?r vitHrtsed in'"the \) H. I par- 4
J 3"1i,1" :. :,1 ]19; 1'*.' ; :: I1.:. ,U' I FWIS.' (I ath? divert'! to foreign porb, their1 com- they fighting 11 ; tj .


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114_, Prtclous Scraps.*' Such testimony as this 1m not been and Col. Perry and Judge Hawkins! [-FOR TUB FLOBIDIAN ZUt7JN1.J aays, ** 'HatIia'ta: : 'dtfljfttid SJittf wt&uitt>.f e

titarIflafl & Know Nothing; org.in is evi- xx ill? not be horr.e Millard Filluaoro. Hw Thoso gentlemen, for two weeks past, have "He that is, riot for, BJ Is against ns." an Bi1'lndan antf'fclavery nitt-averv.constitution UoL', in

____ -._._-.-n.-__ ea c under the daily nccumula- entire record p:> the slavery fjueslion weald been actively canvassing the Eastern and U.n ONE. i fhjd. mom thenf Sumntr and Wad.Wilxon .-, H j

T % of the overxvhelmngdefeat! forbid it. Tho Sentinel, therefore, acted Southern sections of the Stat% and the ac- The.Scripture maxitn'at tho head
.- --- in Octbbe- and November. cunningly in "stopping \xid its "precious' Counts we have of their success arc'of-the 'arti le.h e-xcecdingly applicable to our present and mighty h t o ijthcrs,,great and atrith
who endorse ntt thef !kCbirktktPflflJ
Saturday, Au& abundantly apparent from scraps"just-xvhcra'Weed's strained parallel moat cheering character. The hearts of the political,.condition. The time has ccm sLirid rV.idy jo.tild.iit.nbTerting! ( the Gmentdculroyin 'ith..

-n -TT," -" a* aMS iSMPS a MM exhibited by the editor to bol! ceased. O cunning /Sentinel. -O truthful people in that direction! are being stirred to when the people of the South are called upon the Consttution, and Uattinp

DEMOCRATIC fortunes of his candi- I Weed an enthusiastic response to the nominations bv their love of country and constitutional out erery fight now guararrfwd to the

at overy straw found float of the Democratic party. The Fillmorines liberty-by duty, interest and patriotism-by South. With th* platform upon \vlich Mr.

.FOR! xx-aters. For instance Andrew Jackson Donelson, complimenting are stirring heaven ami earth to manufacture all they hold dent-to battle for the preservation Fremont no\\ stands, aurrQnmJf 1 .a Lo ii.
Mr Fillmore O'rerthc Left Shoulder. by Vuch nsBocialtions, what js hw wijatprhlrecord
JAMES of Tuesday last, theie arts pa a little enthusiasm, but the effort is futile.- of the Constitution and the rights worth I Wlmt if fie waa "born anJ

OF Albany Evening Journal sev- Maj. DONELSON became very indignant in Our standard-bearers arc greeted xulh the transmitted? Jo them by a noble and virtuous even rawed In the Sooth ? What 'if hi. nnt -

-, which aio characterised as I 1851, that! Mr. FILLJIQRB should be reelected most enthusiastic cheers, and without appeal ancestry. The time has come x\hen-a majority I ceJcntsvcre n< good 33 those of MnduoreV ,

FOR VICE and which the ediror: President in preference to such bripAnt" ing to the passions and prejudices of the people of one House of Congress, backed bya ; Jefl'erron, or of the Father.of his Country

J. 0. Knoxv Nothing "electors and names as CARS, DOUGLAS, BUT.LEH, DALLAS, are blazing out the path of safety for the powerful, if not a controling, interest in the if the jmceesa of himself and Lia p.uiy ccd\t
not fail nt this time, and nnder then circumstances
Northern section of the confederacy is ;
file That readers MAKCX and BUCHANAN. And the Hundreds of great
: OF axvay. our arguments country in the present fcrisis.
the Government
of those who the to subvert vrhfch
the hands deny equality
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i : have: the benefit of these that were used for Air. FILLMORK then, are for the first time that
pre- voters are now hearing of the States and the lights of the South to they did so much to establish ? The el VAtj'oa

: .. rtu xvo !hero insert them, capitals the same that are paraded in Know Nothinjr Mr. Fillmore, whom they were supporting for participate in the common property of the of such a man, and such, a party, would force

HADI30N S. a brief commentary on each : papers noxx- Hear Maj. DONKLHON, as he the Presidency, was opposed to the princi- Union-in the hands of those who profess to the South, if she'has left a spark of the heroism -

OF ALACUCA That FiHmor-, hi n- j expressed himself through Washington pies of the Kansas bill, and they have gone legislate under a higher laxv than th? Consti- of other day*, to assort bj- the sword h'
and fanatically that sacred instrument necessary, her equality in the Union, or hr
j sc..re ofspeeches which he has Union tuti:>n, trample
I home pondering the weighty question1',
Under pqfc
unhallowed feet.
under their
return from Eumpe has ut-
S. \ I of j Although'tint} measure (the Compromise i dare they, as Southern men, give their votes such circumstances called to This man la not for us" ut againt mis,"
rel uke of the Bouler Rnfj v>c are upon
') of Freedom and J/Yce Soil of 1950)) if considered as one of a party nai i I to a candidate who opposed the measure select the man xvho is to administer the trust and it h not necessary that I should nppecl
OF JACKSOS ( j I tu irotild fall to lie credit the Democrats
re, of \
to the opfr of Floriv.1, or to the -lorera of
had committed the Constitution to the Federal f
xvhich : restored the South to hcr position by
Sentinel ad.I whether it be tested! the :
j vas once a warm by members whose I the Constitution where to withhold 4hcir
%% any ,
LONG FOR I repeal of the Missouri Compo-: votes and! influence passed( i it!, or by the sac- :,\ of equality in the Union, and which had received i Government to elect for President the next who four will years.use the Care |I votes from him. In the South be and his associates
; 52 A. ; Cass ai'd Douglas for goincj riiice which it makes to the cause of union, the almost undivided support of Southi power, patronage and influence of this high 'I will be univerially condemned, spurned

.: W. D. j the repeal ns a treasure '. yet xvo. gee it announced as the signal by i members of Congress. The people of j office ia defending the Constitution and protecting .:, and despised. No Southern State will probably
xxhich an administtation is to be continued
FOR THE : I to the South and : 1 Florida are seriously considering how it is the rights of all sections under it; or, do him time poor honor to nsminnte for
presetving in xvhose only prominent distinction >
poxxer xvill thorn the seeds of him nn Electoral tickvt : and yet by divlsiona
that ),Ir. Fillmore, as a national man, can | one who use in sowing j
: DR. TB- and finally cutting off] all fell-nx thus far is that it cuts off the heads of officeholdcis op- ourselves do
riweh elect
the of the xre may to
discord in disturbing equality among
because i they have been faithful to the Kansas bill!, xvhieh protects as well
:i ; Whigs because they vo- pose States and in building the Northern nt the : him. Shall xve do it ? Shall we dhi'Jo that

FOK THC HOVSE CF i Now Mr. Fillmore condemns \ the political con: icti- ns of their lii es. the rights of the Southern r.s the Northern expense of the Southern up section ot the Union j i he may conqi'.er r.3 Shall xva: of the South

; r. B. BRCKAW, DB G the present adminis- And nnd what extraordinary is the reason given demand for f this Let al inning not- 'I emigrants, anil repeals the Missouri Cornpromise : These are some of the interests involved, allow our prejudices, or partialities, personal

laxv xxhich the Son tact and which called to de- or political, to iniiaence us to aid, even Indirectly
C. P. CHAIRS, -- it and is prevented [ n man upon XYC are upon
approving the reader amazed
most likily be : it U that President !
.e cide. Let each voter examine the question for I! in the elevation of Kuch .1 party?-
-z------ from in Kansas with his slaves. Tlie
: ils ration FILLMORE xvill execute te: laxvs /// be settling
:- : resto; in case he is ; -:/ Shall "col
xx-e by organizations fiue
himself xxitli and deliberation. Let not on cr
Horidian &. Journal for | the! Scntitn-l xvould have it* :; faithful to his oath and execute the lairs t [ intelligent voter is beginning to enquire how personal, unkindnec care xvnrp his judgment. Let i, lateral issues. throw] ufciJe the great issue.

VT tout fn the That xve may not be pnppo-e<| to exaggerate it N. that Mr. Walker, the Know Nothing j I mid ilesiructio ? Or shall
? propose that Mr. F's.iy i opposed ; every speaker and ovtrv press labor honp ;ly j secure cur own ::

Jcse. nm! continue tnt;: nf.t-r the ( Free '' the pretensions of thi Whig party, xve candidate for Governor, approves the Kansas to give to the people the truth, the whole I' xve not rather, by ut:5tit: ant! concentratingonr
Soil !
i mi
i j I need only refer to the fact that: its candidates
tr.-% tfe i; ::Mr3; FicriJisn and : IE in Tennessee, hax-e : laxv a.; a "boon to (the South, and Mr. Fill- i truth and nothing but the truth. The question \ r-fF.rtP, brin to br-ar the whole moral
Fillmore stands I already proclaimed the
upon a i of seetiun. and aU the of
; b too great and the interest involved ia power oyr to extent
: his candidate for the \
thoroughly; Pro-Slavery as that name of MILLARD FILLMORI: as th.it around more, Presidency, condemns -
Subscriber. too momentous to permit much less to justi- our ability to crash cut the vile'incendiaiiee,
5. pintle at Cincinnati which the loyal friends of the Compromise it as a fraud upon' the country, and j \ and ShOW the xx-orlvl that the South least
; to at
To a Club of S. address aBe iy: duplicity. Let the hand be withered that J ,
Cb cI ,, i more ifnpeirliinu .unblushing 'I iuust bi> rallied, and an administiation inFtjlled i likens it unto "Pandora's box," containing : would write, and the ton fte be palsied t'mt are of oie: irsiuJ and one }Keait
a into xvhich xvil! discard from
p .. .. 7. .. .. ; The Philadelphia Filfi : poxver ;I iiiriurv.erablc evils. Messrs. Perry and Hixvj I j xxuuU intentionally speak, frlaely on tech a My nc.-t iiumb.?: xvili b? devoted to the-
the councils of the jia'M'j: ail who dare to j
.. jO, *' i : m pointedly condemns Ilie .- stand : on thrt old platfotm of WAMUNI- I kiLls are explaining all the! o matters xvith tubject, at such a ti.ne.. TV.d&r the sobmnily \ record p.r.d claim of Mr. Filltnore.LEONIDAS.
TJie; iaoi v aiutt invariablj ; ; Compromise, and oxorv FillS .' TON, JrrrEo.: nr.'t JACKSON. The liriilj!j skill and tact: by: tho introduction of cxcrj j of t uch imprecation-! ak you, gentle j jier. :
:. to insure attrntioa.To and the tent jiaines cf/ CASS, Woonnrmiv DALUS I and tho < cf irresistible ; ]
paper at North con j powering testimony n +e in xvliith the positions past au-i present, v-ith ,i Why Is It ?

e_.. vrhile on the other hand, DOttiLAS, WALKER, BUCHANAN, |!! arguments. Hundreds of Fillmore men are .' the qualifications and chinis of each of tile : la cf ilia Northern Stalv
BUTLER(, HovsTON, DifKiNso. and MARCV many rp
Political plsiforai the : noxx meditating facts as they arc truthi i prominent aspirants, thnil he briefly and ;
i crpro\aes repeal upon *
anil i the hundreds of others! xxo! ate sc.lteied : ,- ; are ;*t'rmiitca to xote. ,V} y h i :therefor
Judge Hawkins and (' ; : that the fill?;' presenteJ and' like their political friends truthfully considered. i
principle < 1 f State eqr.. l- ; over oar va.-t confederacy, hut irhosc pa- : taut oar Know Nothing lends ia
Of the five or sit candidatea; in the fit-It1, seeking
rratic candidates for Conrc : k the place of the Missouji KJS- Ir'.o'ie lii'1.! i-; '-s clear in ihe ; oliica1irrn'-- of (leorgia, ar cutting bore from the trammels ;| 't
there are only thrr-o who ar? likely to earn to rp iate the question nfsinlrage. ciJ not
xvill address their .' ll nent nx ihaf! the milky-Kay in o/- slier, of associations and tliom-
; ripJiCy applied to the paity ihrcxving
orrjaui- any votes in the electoral coll.- c-.j.: These \ take th nigger into consderr.tion: as xvpll aa
these be taken from the
die at the following times in I 1S5-I." The difier- nimt aie to axvuy elves into the ranks of those who are fighting are James Buchanan, Millard Fillmore and i
the hi'.e ? Would
public honor Mid President FILL.MOKB must \ man fipy rather trust tko
for the Constitution and the Union. John C. Fremont, and 1 shall th'-refor}
? con
Jasper, ; ; the txvo platforms, therefore is ,
shi-ie hc of the firct the
aiotio as : st.r magriitiidebe. ; nigger ar ballot-box, than an sdoptrd citircn -
Bt-llviile fine examination to them. the .
; Reversing
bitxveen condemning a thing\\\ ause !be511 not faltify his oath to execute my
IP born Ireland
xv tin hapf.env.-d to in ?
.Madison-C. II. Columbia County. ; order ia which th-ir names are pre>er.tcd j -
the laxvs. Was an tfiVut so out of '
it. Hut over
Monticello. note one little fact- We haxe received the above, I will first examine the claims of Mr. i Ca r.ny bojly answer tlti-i qoebr Dorr
proportion to a cause brought! to the. notice proceedings of an
CentrevUle. The Ivno-.v Nothing : Fremont to the of the loxc-rs of the j; Lotiv
support it I
of a reasoning and! discriminating as xxell us interesting meeting of the Democracy of this any ;
Tallahassee. and endorses Constitution and especially of! the South.
a precious ,.
? Never before in histoiv --
patriotic people our | County, which wilL appear next xveek. The Mr. Fremont is
Port 1
New declares emphatically tht t the ( has a demand been made on the pubic' I Iciidulity comparativtly a young man, All Right In Iow.t.
Quincy. I Hon. Garrett VanZant, Dr. Samuel T. Day, a nati-.v of one of tlie Southern States. Hei I
at! Cicina i is x\liic; !: so conclusix-ely tigeiin > >
: : TrOROiGiI.I proves i of brilliant intellect! and is remarkable Aa flection xitu Ltld fri Lee ia
rn.in Coufsty
i: and Wm. H. T. Robert*, Eq., were nominated N (
: of the! xvhich! tin ,
: > adopted
: max
j ::. Ma-k flint, ye KD.AV party for Lis perseverance and energy of character.i I this State on the Slh: ult.. for State Soi&t&r
1 l i.i-.v: : <>if Ai.r.x. I II! XXII.TON in the; early days for the Legislature. It i is a strong ticket,
.Col. M. A. Long nnd W. r.r.i: orsJors. Yor.r orn: .i Ue his been arm i :defati'-ible explorer-a : and suited! foljoxva
t'-e anJ xxli'oh have the r.s :
ilfjiiiijli" xve
author.ty and xve predict with entire confidence its triumphant 1
Democratic Electors for i candidr.'o 1 successful aux-entire": ar.d speculator-\\is.n
; pilaJ.bIe t In
your Mr. JIKI for baxinc,
o were success. We are gratified that the acquired .". laigir !.i.J'.r: :<- r.nil has risen, almost D. T. Brighsrn. ucrr.. 1332.
Western districts, will ; ; he stands on a phtfn-in: as founded on, te!; bclic'f that our people xvere t W-ii. Stexvart. K. N.. 150.Stphen .
in OM Columbia and unaiLJ.; }"run euirrt; obscurity to con-
signs; are brightening ,
citizens at the following I -. ry as that! rc:.re l fur L5tc- ignorant, and coil l not l he governed by any Mderablc eminence. He fr short time : Coot, Woolr. 44.
was a
t : "' rther then .1 "Uong cr'mI'ohihitel l government. | that the gloom that has hung over the Detn-
ftretnxvooJ Friday. <*im'-ti: i a, Senator in Congress from the State of At be PresIJer.tial
election: i.i 1802 Gen.
Tnee is to no iti.-juiiy' into the pist historv 1 ocratic parly for a year past, is beginning to ,
Campbcliton! Saturday ; : ; : Tht niimrre! i h as c- 1 California, and, xvhile there acted and voted, Scott obtained
of tri"'lent' IM.MOHJ; : iiirt iil*>d"e to ; a majority in this .
break b-fon the coar.tj.All
Vernoi : Mondav Iiorder Rnifiansns Dui-hnnnn.: 1 Ot.a : awaktaig sentiment of patr I bfliexv uniformly frith what vas
: : : considered t -
Au li ) ials of t tt.i* xNOith t'l iiioli ht.e
Bear Ten IJIuiT, Tuesday. i : thc sime 1'ro i>l.ixerv bed > : !.>;!:::; v.-'i! h.-iS for ax\liile slun'boie*! tim the Constitutional portion of that body
slavery in : :he ; : .tt.t: Right in Kentucky
. : Suhee.iii3. Wi> :".- acceptably to the Dor- his { of the eorrunti.iiis ot the bank-...- the ln'sor.:3 c'L! n' !le! Df oc.ucy of ColiiruWe lie .as siderei by tl1,? r: ?n of the South
uppoit Th> Louisville
Yellow fair Northern Senator all l Times oft-o! 15th instant
River Thursday ; a our soc-
- tijiti.'S thai lie deeps" in a Pio- his idt-niiy x\iti! all tim extravagant preten- > ija.
Milton, Sntard.iy i tional difference, and}, so far ns his Senatorial assn--s us that Kentucky is n.4 'afe for Bucl.zr.Mi -
t'o Preci ,'' in zi.3 of i'.o iV't-i.-.iiils on tl't subject of h.i'l prepared one: comments one J '
; upon
i't rLcola, Monay, ) scraps record is concerned, he xvr.s. as far r.s I a-.l: BrcckturiJgf
_ :cavy Yard. Tuesday, them! axvay. entleun-uile th-rn( taxt-3 nnt" fi.i:rip' iit-s----niiist ije Atrgc.ittii becnuef | or t\vo articlos rontained! in the last Alligator ', know, unexceptional. This added to the j i .davana. as Mssisippi orThi1
lie xvill exc.-ute tIn! !a\\5. Uxe xve I
-. -_ : AiK-erti.-.cr, xvhicli.! for the want of spac in : fact that he is a native of the South, would \
any ( tr'in: thi.s: -urance th-tt !hn ;
Know gu'irantee ; lead us to supposethat he could be trusted. Louisville Ci-urnr, n xvhij psperthua
Philadelphia Every Fillmore mom- xvill execute the laxvtf, more than Mr. SKXVAHU tii: issue, .ir. postponed to appear in the |
how would be such delusion. These < speaks in its iisuc- of the
form. a vtutI ngainst Kansas or Mr. WADC, or honest JOHN DAVISxoaid ) next. great 1-Jtb of the pro -
: only show xx-hat Lo has been, but do not
Iu compliance tsith the : I3ER That: Mr. Hm-n mem- give, if placed in the I'iviilencv ( j ecta in Kentucky. It says :
show (what is more important) what he is
from IJufialo. and laxv It mtct'r.rds with trn> The New York Herald and :
w.i'.jing extrav.ijiaiiccof other Abolition
n-c wiil publish l document pa t it- : P.OXXIn attempting to show that he is totally "If the election were Lrld to-day, Buc

: &', v tfd in .Coiigiess against un&ciupulous[ politicians; w hose unmasked pipers have published false accounts of [, unworthy of our confidence, the first witness hanan's majority in Kentucky would probably -

:: a.- a free St tite; designs l.\e beci rpj ?cletl by t the people, l lbuiy > reach ten thousand bet when the
Leon Democratic the (;lenni'ii: pipers, dechu hug that a majority that I shall introduce is the platform uponwhicithe ; fact
i-5 donlitless acquainted the past to discard oM issues, atul to nominated. That takes become, as it xvill, more and more clear that
was ground
Tins add of them are. for I'remont. Tiie Buffalo Demi i
organisation was statidatit of fuith xvhich
create a nrxv t political
of Congress, it must have had i distinctly against the action of Congress in Buchanan is the cnly chance to defeat Fremont
day evening last, by Dr. T. may cover the follies and! xveaktn the odium ; ocrat and \S"eltl>uerger {gives a list of these there xviili> prtdict.be l a
it fjiioted these "scraps" the repeal of the Missouri Compromise restriction general
ocratic candidate for the : of former defeat. 1 papers, and the result as foiloxvs :> denounces the present administration : stampede, and xve shall not be surprised if
far from the fact
ii oven 'urpafescd the high i being altogether What xvill our Know Nothing lends say For Bacliannn .. . . . . f>2 for its noble advocacy of that great mea- 1: his majority in Kentucky reaches double or

friend and is left to infer, every Fillmore no xv I The above is the statement of their lr Fremont. . .. . .. . 43 sure of equality and justice, declares in favor i treble, or even qaaddruplq, that number.We .-

i numerous with one of the most, logical Congress" from the North save candidate for the Vice Presidency, made in Xeutral . . . . . . 10 of admitting Kansas r.s a State into the i I speak" seriously! ; deducing effect from

f make Knnsis The circulation of the Buchanan the Constitution Constitution i i cause.
a free State !- While papers ia Union"npon Topeka -
that have ISol. lli that Mr. Dorehon
speeches y say
j ii ilj-j Ilr- !four times as great as that of those! which adopted by the abolition portion of |
xvas pending : ?, on
any other canvas Col. Jas. ] lit-d, and that they have nominaicd a common have gone over to Abolition Know Nothingipn. the inhabitants of the territory, assembled Quincy fcmocratic Club.
Jjiie t'rtr the
: niimisr-ion of Kan-
address the club oil '. liar lot the"ic.." Pres-idcncy ; or x\il : For instance, The Daily Staats Zei- xvithout authority of law and simply as a ; QUITO FLA., July 30th, 1S5C.

: We have only to mention: Tojit-k.i constitution, Mr. Ste they Jicknowleoge that he toM the truth' lung of Nwork, has a daily circulation of mob.-and announces the startling doctrine !

;. this gentleman a large moved to ri-ccrn'uit the xvhichcouvictd Mr. Fiilmoie of VILE 15.300-xvrekly 11,000-making 20,300 ; that under our present Constitution there is At a meeting ofxhe] citizens of Qaincy, for

Comiuittee: en Territories, xvith "rrr.mis AnoLiTioNisrs ; and this alone is more I han double that of all no authority in Congress, or in n Territorial the purpose of organizing n Democratic Club,
; TOrnn
From the to rc])ort Toombs* Senate bill as OF Tin: tiie Fremont pa) pets of New York, as their Legislature, or in any individual or association the following officers xvere elected, viz:'
Nonrir, TO AH'Li.-H SL.VVKRV: IN run THRRITORIKS cirrul.ition! is and of individuals to assistance er
aairrejratp: only 11,400 ; give legal
t By the! Eistern mail of Mr. Du.n: of Indana, who has OK TJit: LTNiTnt STATES, or *.ui this rule holds good the country over. protection to slivery in any territory of the Hon. D. L. KE>A.>% President.P. .

arc in pisesbion of a number for Fil'moie, moved as an a- rosTivf; Ttr. ( oau'TIox4; OK THE P.ANK -- United States. These are positions assume:}'' W. WHITE, Esq., Vice President

tions from our lends an that the Coinmiltoe lie required lo OF J\TI '.V.tG.tN r j'RKrrN ioss or THE FED Abolition Testimony. i in that platform, and, notwithstanding the Dr. CKASLES A'Grs, Secretary.

rcrforing thr Missouri conservative character of Mr. Fremont's Senatorial Messrs. V.'fn. funroe, Dr.John H. Gee
with \ Compro ; ,
fill us delight.'c i ERALisrs ON TJIE scBirc-T or TAMS: AND The National Era, the central Abolition organ he has the norttinatioa
not insert some of them in I : Jimendinent, vas a lo.ted; by 7 ?"' And! it ill! 1 lio in the career, accepted i J. J. Snellings, A. )I. Harris and W. W. Wo.
,. MONOPOLM." yet, is conten. an ajticle on Cincinnati nominees and given his harty approval to the re- '

East Florida Democrats are the yi-as and voting cheek ded after there x\eli merited fctiictures: that thus states its objections to Mr. BUCHANAN. solutions.This mack, Committee t.f. Arrangement.

nobly and successfully of CJiddingp, BuiJingamo and all Mr. Fillmore fhouhl( be supported by t the! What it urges ns his sins the South xvill esteem is, perhaps, sufficient to show where There will be a meeting of the Club every

he now stands, and how dangerous his elevation Saturday, at 8 o'clock P. iS!.
Republicans, the : ,
give sn account in onr next.Hon. appear South.s our neighb- of the tfenlincl \ virtues, and its objections t.i him will
of xvould be to Southern interests. But, I D. L. KENAN. Chairman.
Pennsylvania! Bayard xx-ouM in a Horn." be reccornmoiKlatii'i with us. It concedes
say should do to the I not.tO j
injustice subject were
Dell and Secretary.
Philip ) Edxvnrd Ilarrisoi
*, of Ohio, : '
I to him the vote of all the Southern States, strengthen the case by presenting another .

F "We ler.n from the ( Filtnor-'s! law ratter: /') Mill- ; South' Florld. i 120 votes, and Pennsylx-ania and California j i ii witness in the shape of his politial associates The Scotlacl" Teaching by Precept.

Mr. Dell!, i:> consequence of aiJ Whitney-all the suppor An intelligent gc-ntle'nnn xvriting us from \ added to them will ilect him : i and advisers. Who aro they ? and xvhat are
? I lind them Joshua R. Gid- | The Editor of the Sentinel call
they says
lie-no, Las uecliuM.1 tli; can has in the IIoisr: from the \ Soutli FloiiJ.i : | among
says i "What had he ever done to forfeit theCflfltl.flCC [ dings, the xindictive and gray-headed agita- things by their.right rti ie." This is a good
cratic Elector for the East. ; onp, to the best of recollec-!
our j Tlit- of this section
people are already
i J of the si.mveholdcrs'hmi1e? in i tor. He who has said, I look forward to j precept. Lot us see bow the editor illustrates

\ras nominalrd a fexv daxs ore ttubborn facts"-.---facts xx-aking up to the ilupot lance of the coming the Senate of the' United States lie was distinguished the day when there shall be a sarxile insurrection ?
i: by example. lie Mr. Buchanan "is
e county for the State Senate, x-.Lch: the -SCfltiflel dare no! elections. I think the prospects of Col. Perry for his uniform subservience to ifi the South ; when the black man, ays

i:::; accepted the position so ;! ; xv'th: the course of these | and Judge I Hawkins I are not oily: biijjhtt the slave interest. Whilo! a member of the armed with British bayonets aol led on by ; thA nominee of the free soilith Democracy

cored. taikiag f.it that Cabinet, ha haI every one of i but still brightening. They xviil undouiitedly
purchase of Cuba, a measure urged fur nation against his master. When the torch their iight names." Mr. Buchanan was the
The arduous tiu'jes : : supporters in the House cany South Florida by a large i1ajot ity. It
I the purpose of cx'ending the shave Empire. of the incendiary shall light tip the towns and j flst choice of what is known as th ".r7 miVor
is considered here by those; Iiest informed <
:: ;hus vacated by Mr. Dell have voted ngvitift Dunn's j>roM- I\ : During the Wilmot Proviso agitation, he cities of the South and blot out the last vesi i
1 that the ticket is tlie best that could Dickinson men of the North and the Sentinel
i ; Kit alternate, Col. Call, who oo of the Southern! members very one made his advent Washington; and exerted tago of slavery. And though I may not i
have been out ail it"the other
bronght ; :
menced the in ---shoxxing that xvi.en xve of I sec- 1 himtMf to procure a settlement of the controveiny mock at their calamity, nor laugh when their i has taught us Lerefoforc, to consider
; canvass lions do tlu'ir a
.ty nowpromises by the extension of the Missouri Com- fear cometh, yet I will hail it as the dawn of j this wing of the Northern Democracy Sound.If .
i lieving :lliut the DcTTjorratic : including Fiilmoie'j Southt-in tlw tiiumph of the Democracy has
1 line to the Pacific xx'hich would have millenium.'' I find them
promise a political among j the editor knew this, his'example! is a miserable
.hope of the .nation, he ? have to fight the !B'ack i j ntxvr been mo'e complete than itxviU b" next
I ; Octob'-r. given the Southern half of the Continent to William II. Seward, who says : There i is a i I illustration of his precept And itbe

B reck en ridge, and iheir pi a : Abulitionists, ice arc obliged In _. slavery, and prevented the admission of what higher 'taw than the Constitution, which regu- j
-- did not know if he should himself before
good will. (Gentlemen :, Ih.cizaum'z Xoi thcrn friends in ;' i is. noxv the free State of California policy Kites our authority over the domain. post

East, lire in eeslacies over his j i ( not lo {hose of Mr. Fillmore f \ .WIIKUI: is THE KNow NoTHiNu PARTV J then favored by the South Carolinia politicians Slavery can and must bo abolished, and you he ventures to enlighten the readers of the
All oikls and ends of factions in Pennsylj \ Sentinel.
j! : and extreme men of the South.- and I must do it.
which excel THE EMMV Remember,
es. they say I j says the New Yoik Journal of Com- While Minister to London, he took part in I find among them John P. Hale, who has SANDY RON.

fortt of Mr. Call-that h Florida. |j merce, have united ia opposition to the Democratic getting up the "famous Ostetid Conference, advocated an immediate dissolution of the

We gladly welcome Col. Call ( our notice of our neighbor's parly. One of the candidates on the and signed his name to its manifesto urging Union, because a Union with Slaveholders

I of the Democracy. Our j by adding one further quo- I fusion ticket for Slat" officers isa Know j upon the Adrninislrntion.the seizure of Cuba iu violative of divine law, and human rights. The Sentinel" Teacfelif ij Precept.I .

the of And his I find them Rufus P. who I The Sentinel" insists and
since Spalding
.weight of his *ted in times f same Albany Journal-a : on plea necessity return among on a nspectfol
quo- Nothing, ano'her a Black Rupubliran, and i he has repeatedly taken occasion to endorse says that, in case of the alternative being >| and that
"gentlemanly canvass,
,the temper of lti metal.l 1 by, which the Sentinel has lat another a Whig.Tlu the repeal of the Missouri Compromise, j presented of the continuance of slavery, or a urges

t other whlgs f)lloxv,the I t to exclude from its columns. and the policy of tho Kansas-Nebraska bill, j jj dissolution of the Union, I am for dissolution, j shall call things by their igbtumes"gprecept

In the great struggle-tor i of-ThitrLncVccd us to OzT- New York Herald says it finds j as a just and! final settlement of .the question j jI and I care not how quick ;It comes." i that. How do tho Sentinel's vuto't

tutional; tel the of James I I of slaver)'." j t pies accord with it Qne of its aiticja isI
Buchanan. Mann who
rijrbta; ; partisan Say the following significant paragraph in the I find among them Horace j
-_ "I deliberately better disunion I headed ten cent Jimmj? and garbled ex
of (
kieat :and tyiolenco p.trty the South would get Troy Times : says, say j

sacrifice; his lovo ol.patty bid In Franklin Pierce. The Know Nothing Lodge at Clifton (g7- The Buffalo Commercial Advertiser, better a civil or A servile war-better any tracts of one of his speeches furUhed,which

;ipcij th. altar oj ouc ', or shade of difference j Park, Saratoga county, at their last mooting, Mr. Fillmore's home organhas the folloxvingtelative than thing that extension God in of his the providence bounds of shall slavery.send" the editor should bare knotrrt,'did Mr. Bath-

val tribe. Slavery, having acted on a resolution offered i by ona) cf the to the opinions of that gentleman on an who anan great injosUec,. This .".Un ctttt Jim;
I find Uirn.Erastu8 Hopkins
Pierce, in passing Fugitive j members ratifying the nomination of Fillmore among myM is so retr,1snd- *eoatfroptlhl, tha*
ti'bacDottexat1eag: : Missouri i' ul/vejcy; _A says, If peaceful means fail us, and we are story
and Repealing Comj and Donaldson. The resolution
j was do feated -
'New !Tri
tli Ywk
tHHbttiibb Fillmore i ib the field i iHe driven to the lastfextremity when bcttcti are it is repudiated.** bj
1 ) / a new rrjan for its nggres- by tfm strong vote of ono for and eighty- | Mr. already fairly in "

Mr. BITCJIANAN, the past i ia a four against it. A resolution was then carried ia known to be earnestly opposed to the useless, then we'll make buhls effective. bune. Is II now* given! Ti lo.2O-! RCDtIMLTh 1

i 4ei4; 1P2 : the future He would not d. by a voto of eighty-four to one, pledging extension slavery. He deprecated and it I find among them, James Watson Webb, evidence; its determlnaUca t hat s**geoUemanly -

: y .. Thoy! ivjil 1 soppoit him for the members to support Fremont." is known would have resisted with every who says, If the [Black]. Republican fail canvass T'rlf soI;thiak ib pre.
f the bollot box will be bound to drire
impose freemen tho strong means that might have born placed in his we '
upon cept: w better than iia xamptfv ;
obligation lj oppose and dv- At York, F:)., on Friday wrok, the thermonvM'fnt poxver, the fpcjl of tho Missouri restriction back the slaveocracy 'With fire and siiord.I >

in1ht.1'H'i'Itk: ? H t'r up ID 1 1fl 2 in thn hvhe. 6n4 1 among them, Atwn.Bprlmganifr, wirn pns1gvEE.


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[CoicNxcLrtD.j More Accessions. Lake Jackson, Fla, Plantation Information Wanted. 'Burning Htiid Boaidtif Stttttiittifr of

flsFPrtscitt1n. Mr.: AsscKr Ho.t. one of the Whig electors For Sale CONSULATE O? NASSAU; Fasuperior Qnliti. Police and B&ilth.Triobeairacefe .

of the State of AT NKTF OHLSASS. L*. ) 0 rtflu itfOt4i1 : .I ,
In polities, a$ in lite or inarf intercourse Georgia !:j ISIS, thus .
IF not rrivinu'lv diped ot will be fold, f n ti! FNFORMATIOV j.< wuntwl regarding, MARIA M1iyt1.Is6.. .- 2AdvanseaIs1afld If* U4mftb4Jnduawrirt ms.
of raon xntli! thiir fellows, due regard tJimildbe n-rites loathe KJilor: of the Southc-i! ; flaI- Crt? mFut.ihiv] ia DECEMBER next, at the Court JL WIRTZ from V"eilberj. in cuau. whin married of J Vlie. ats IlUltl ibe attend !arifa of

paU to the common rules justice and ncr : Hon'e dV. r in"tlie city! of Tfll- ee. Twenty-two ft Mr. I3ESZ frnra ElbqrSt-H ar' d with wh
Hundred and Four Aero of best at'ah'y OAK and undcrstfKvrl to hire jpnjje tancf to fl ridii in 184S. T IBEKAL ADVXCCS w Ht oa Set Wand CMJL In'&aidi. Ttneis of fc art1 $4witb Ds.vmird .

truth. The man wilfully and hab'itu-dly set- j The contest Ji, the cumin"Prcslc HICKORY LAND, It-l.-n jr t )'tbe state .t Dr. Since thrn r.ntlim< Iws; be 'j bord of licr. fD for Shipment to CVarlet by I D. LADD. tip1Lh. ?a.'ftbe filr.. K Wet f.T

tin? them nt d.-Hance, by' the judgment of sot.t'ty < !lection must, 5' :>ppe.irs to me. be nirrowed I Vi'iiitekcnii. Tin* w one of the I est Cotton PluiUtioi Any inforirHli( n in r !aUoii to tlw% w.M MARIA New Port, NOT. S, i8ii. <4A.W.DAVIS IancE. }.'4l. --- S. *- %
down between the Jthck Kopuhlicnns and \ s in Middle Florida; alviut one-half cleared and WIIITZ-BENZ will le tlianVfiillyrrceitetl by Ward 2. J5t Aw1 fr a 2ffoi -

n ay jnstly be nut bejx>Dd its.pale. The j jrorats the Democrats. In that condition of tThirs. under fence the remainder ill woods.Tle F. W. FREUDENTH Con .L D. D. S. toe toBooleraM tS7 t D.B. trnrn.Eq.,

ofpoUlc5t! it i* trie; are. not enforced iinprinemeiiU consist: of n comforbiuif Dw15ir.g ;- New Orleans. July 26.! 1866. 30.St Jo Wv4BJut i. iie.t VZTgUIM St.ac1 aar
can .Southern hesi'ate ? / TALLAn ASS F.. FLA.
any man
cannofs nrnl all necessary out buildings ; H irood Overse RH IDF.NT OFFICE D. C. WJL..EIq.

u.B tvealncoriig.ble delinquents liy so ir- Tlje Cincinnati Convention has nonfma- er' house. Gin House. Screw. Stables, Corn Ti the Circuit Czurl of Jefferson County, Important Improvement in Artistic TaWard tfwifh ef 'VJrsfo! S'-. f o MCiy w'dla

resistible an authority as society ; but an or* ted for the Presidency, in my judgment, one | nnd twenty negio cabius, all frjmed bnildiri, Bt.d in Margaret 'AuQear, ) la Chancery, Dentistry, from Moon* to Boulevard W *tT,J., trzws, .q.

dinarih'.h tUbv state of political morals ccr- j of the wisest, most experiences find safest I good IVrsonfi repair. to examine this Plantation vs. I T.-uiui the fice is restored to its original ntonr. In WardS.SootbofTirFafcSL to MeCaztynJ'
wishing arc referred
: ; BY from Monroe East C. EffGi.ua.r'E'
men in their in George S. Annear. ) Bill for adivorce.IT the teeth supplied w a* q.
party-one whom th-} coun- | and with it the los* of
to Mr. Richard Saundere the For
to correct \vioV-sprend and | on place. In Ward 6. JlcCartr St. to Aigi&stia. and from
.. tiiaJv onght I try has confidence ; and their nomination for j terms. tc., address the subscriber, nt liei zelia, Columbia appearing to the Court, upon satisfactory proof to elude dete tiorm. Samples of this improvement maybe Monroe to Boulevard West. 71 IX CutK.Kxj.la .
evils and unlruthfulness.rrong that the defendant in the abve stated also sets inserted oaftntta
"rowing injustice the Vice will count v Ga. case re seen ; temporary
Presidency compare much to Ward 7. McCarty St. to AcfMtio* and frwm
sides the limits of the State ot Florida thst
.-. pnliticianK. Th* reflection is suggested its advantage with the nominee of the Amer. I JOHN B. WniTEHEAD.Aujuet beyond so Parcbn Monroe Cant. p. H. Ate Jq.
the be servod him. It
2. 16J6. td -Sl Executor, tc, ordinary process cannot upon In R few hour. so that persons having tc .tb removed In Wan! 8. Aagwlitio St. to Emita of eitjr Smith
with which Southern lean both to their
by the jH rtiriacity { party, as [present position U ordered that a.iid cause be set for bearing on the
substitute immediately.
c- n bare a complete and (torn Wonro*to ftoalrrard Dr.\\btrjtt..
and antecedents. j second in November and that said defendant
llinore iH w3iap| %rs are keeping tip t eJr.ge ; NEW BOOKS. Monday next, Children'* teeth extracted and advice gii en to parenU In Ward 0. Anrwtin St. to limiV of tr SotitS.nn .
The p-incipies avowed by the Democratic I do appear and plead, answer or demur by j tb- and treatment of the Monroe limit of
the odious doctrine cf in reirard to management of holding : : that time, otherwise said cnu'e will b" tried on the I "
party ire ceituii.iy, to my mind, more f.ivoraliL' ; UdT RECEIVED per R. H. Gamble nn nMort- 1 teeth ratis. All operations warranted to suit Lbe moat Baxz.In '
7 facts in -aid Bill. Provided That of !
"fquTr'r sovereignty" ;5gi.Tl ?Ir. Bachsnr. ; to lhf> great interest: whiH, w? South- C mont if noxr publications, conipriaing Novels, | this order charged be published in some a at copy TiJIaj j fastidious. Will practice in the principal, town I Ward 10. McCarly St. to- APfurtLic anJ frun
'J alep. Travels Ac.ili& newspaper the Slut References the Faculty of
throughout : Boulevard Wrat. J. B.. "LtOTD.
:. ncltuthstaading its having no foundation enters regard of mo t importance to our wellb'iiig < i ha.'sec, for the space of three months next before sii-J | wleo
> Murray's United State the Ohio College of DeuUl Surgery, and those Io Ward II. Anpustme to limit deity South aaJ
**:jterer r.nd the notorious proofs (if its ur- j than the piincii/lrs of tli<* party or par- The CompleteVoiks tn W iieter and Cillioti.A .i secoml 12th Julv.Mtinday.1SCG. Done and passed at Chambers, this i ii he i is d..ily operating for.ApilSC from Boulevard to limit of city West, B. WU.LLi ((.

X fair miiiilotl i ties ait.-igonistic: and thei e'bre, with the i Cliilti'a Hintoiy uf the United StaUSiriiTn'e -", I 1S5C. 17 Eeq.
trcslifun-s-: < iiin, cogizint J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge.i I
lights bef'ire me, ::ml di rcg-uoing tits i F.wtaw: --- F. EPP.Z3' Itituidant.

cfbc ;proof* to the contrary, \vill attempt to j jf. and prejudices: I think I shall best party dUcharge imy The Bu-h "B.vvi.Jaina' i -July- 19. I?. ,. 29-r.m ICE ICE ICE ABSTRACT FROM 0.DIJfANC 1? p. 41 4'

.he charge on Mr. Buchanan. Unless the j uuty; in voting for Buchanan: and Bieckeniidgo. i The Foragers Old Doniinii Havana Plan Lottery ANY QUANTITY OF ICE. Putin of Crnmis.arLeaTo vltit frequently their

line ccn he pointed out \\here l.e gives his j ja ." j jJVorlhcrn Hulwer and Dickens in pRpAr (
:tnt to the freest] docma of sovnty 4> -.J---- -- Learning to Uln" and Learning to think," ) MORE PRIZES THAN BLJ'iNItS..r.c7 | NIGHT AND DAY.. ; Nuiar.es ; Collections of Mattr! dleferious t
squsttcr R-igers' Table Talk. f'ORSALE' BY Hi-nltb; Vagrants ; an'I l tn *joint'j aa a Board of
..t ; to say the ie=st, it is the greatest ; Dcmocr.icy. ; Krni'.t Linvood. IMliZKS I IICXKY BERIiV. Hcahh for the City-and a* such sra the occurrence

"justice to make him responsible for it. No The \er.err.bl<* Josiah Kandall, of Penn Ivaiiia I- Give; -OP a n.n.. McDOUG ALL L HOH1JV.August' May 24. 1 of Epiilrmim and nt or'.r tints. to make iuge.tiooa|
; 2. LSof SIT Only 15 POO Numbers.J to the City CounciL which may ted to the bettor

man: but a party hack or ;i political] inoue who knew all! the Piesidentc. beginniiig preservation of tu<> Health of tie City.Titilalmxep. .

l-ar.k, could have the hardihood to hold him with AVa-hington) m.ide a ;gloiiTj* List of Letters, A S P E E COUNTY ACADEMY InsolventEstateNotice. M-IT: 17 1336. O231OOOO

r.l Deinocrlic) ) F.MAINIXG in the Post Oil-ce, at Tafltbe LOTTERY. State of Florida, )
speech n
I "op; t-' public animadversion fur a dsinniiblel.ctesy ; m.ieJig 1:1: New .
I\ Auvi-t 1. County of Lroo. ) A Homestead for 810 !
.>f which h-J is vhol'y clv'tr. 1 Uy notoirjous York, on the .4th. IIesai-1 : .
.- eSJ. -*' < Aidrizo. perv'ns hvtsin claini a.iu tLc E.IP f>f
coTiftruciion: of largusgc can the i ir.foy I I come, fel\v-cilizenp! from a free State E O ]B: t>Ti-n. J A Lr.ran-'Ji. 1' B Pwrlh John) Fur AUTHOHITV OK THE ST\TK OF o0aG1. .] -ALL. iiliitm Jinkirj. lute r>f Lcn c-'uitr. I'tceaseJ.r.e Worth of Farms and Bu-iTding 9

r.-ni-pph. O II Be-twick. T Bl..od, J P B.!iitg! by, hcr bv notified to pr senl the -x-qe to the JuJjcif LOTS ,
: : it be. drawn from anyihing l.e has like your own:' ; I never owned or i-xpect to J 1 1' Br.icv. II Bljiok. CLASS P. ; 1'robate. r>t Leon d-untv. at Li't tfiee ia Tallabns- y X thC .:d Kciri-n r.f Cr.pcr CV.. irginia.tu li

*. ;a! or v.rittfii :Lut 1 i.e liolt!< ty doctiine ol owir.flave. |)ut other tnn, bvtter than I Iam <'. M'-a I1. II. Ctvoi:. llr T. Cuinon. J Carter, rVObecran AUJIM' 15ti.: 1SCC. r.t Coosprl Hail | ace, on or l rfore the fir.t M(<>ii-jny iu D >cttube* next JL divided! snii'r.t IC..0) u4.s'rjbrs. cm the I?:!*

O tho and as good r.-; sin who jsv around me, E J M'Cul rm. J l Cu iv.: J M C.* k. L F d.r'.ton, L 1. .M.hc-1. Ha, utiopr the Huoin .upt-nr.teu i i"iwf for ]>i. mi'Kt pro rath. f .p' :,lw. I : C. *.-r tl.t Uii 'flt rf Tort R. f nt FViiiiii -

Flatter roPrtignty. : contrary, bate conscier.tiou] lil l l.: ti. Jt is in .C.'X, Ixtv 11 II Cbr>pri.an.; J ( ljs'm'U. I) ('eailn.r. S. : Col. ft t-o. M. rgan. m 1 Ja*. A. Nibet. I>q. J i.W.OWYNN. .ie.ia\"ii\. Suuseriptloi s c. iT 'Its roLLARS&ACB.

: ,* has t-xp-vsi-ly i..nifd it. Thnefore, it is vain to attack the motives of !iinle L1.-.1 D-m's. C lnvs; 2, J K llnn\ille. 1 M Deaf JuJ, e r.lM'y l'ioLf.: c-ic haIfdc-c n, the n.*' vn fhr tl-livtrv of itsDLs. .
H v. com -, .1.1V Deuit, 11 J P-bh.iX I De.imnd. CAPITAL $15,000 i : : : i [
Evtrv 5ub'etit'r vil1! rt n, Bi'iI.Jiii.t! I.ct .' a Farm
ijt.t fiirrJy cnj"5i.: i-ai tituifu\!! : l ; ci.a'ge inunitv, when that cr.minQnity( j is o".o <>J tlie! I!.-Dr \Vm E.H-. 1) L Evttns.F. : IR cat' from $10 tn JJSWn. TI.vsA f Fam.

im .viih tltiin., Yet, these Southern II1rtejf.it 1. most rii'Sbzed ;uui rcil.itd portionof the inhabited .-Mrs .1 nru-Kh. J Fi: ci). I ll'rzeof": .*15.000( i .tt.r..0t'0: '' anrnrci"t L'-; n: 4u m.c chp to in-Jurg 'cttli-niti.U. A t.sictr. t.
1 .:X.DOO: j h.S.C it C 509 Boxes Muilins To Dacco. i irl'0
voM. (Cii-s. i'f{ 'Gocd: gtnti.-} .. i .'J.f'i.0'
i: persro : :;; t cnnzrs onc.re GMUI: 2. J (t t- r. .1 O (;Jravp: It M.! Oliver, L GrwjTrt. 1 -J.OOO is lih f Je
Ser-tesibcr } vauc opicc low
Nh&t do the South ask ? To h.let nlnn<*. 4 .l.O-MJ)() an-.10, Toccivt-J fi-j'rarth? rn'h5f r apparent
wii :ifl ? : ttt ji: ; They du not interfere with ny ; they do not E (;am iv. :II (Jin'.baii'J, 10 .5-10) ar"..",.'W> |: 1 a3JUt'r n x 4 ..r .r>CO 3c-& of Mullm's a- j ROW a lc?''. Ample eee-rity will Lu pivm f.>r 5i
i:.-A Hf-v. I) Huc. .. f. rtrd Tt>'r At !"RJ tri..i.: : b? tlic fr.ithrul pi. ..rrv'i' of cwttrRtr* aJ foiujacCiT" /.
< jt unn belief! i in j its iiuthfnli.i-&s. i Mpnt to i-ite.-iVre:, with Al; ik is it) 1 ol) are.5.0:." vo. i. juK't; > purcl.sevj
us. hey to M 1v..T.Mi
: in .NV.i \mr f.lhT Xortbtrn MTI A cat<> are vr nrisI 14>tttajn ui..erib. .
iViz I 0 ; or ; r.y r.rkct. Miny < ra.f
ff J.O'
2'J ?3 !to 15,0.fj
< are ,
lint to ti.fcli\v: : .nnd ths tosti-nonv.; Mr. B ;rhis- be let aloe IJ.it V.P ha\e ct-rtaiu aspirants SI Joida'j.K. !;(U Arrns.iriiaUoi.1" C5: to :il.oCO) :ic: l.LT. ; bare fri".i it t ce'i im.'f.ir nn'j < 'prc'cd thcotiTM j v b'-ra the ri'-r !lbh iduecra vilihcSTI gives..
iV.r .uLlic aud who .-Mtfr S luncr : 'iti-i] d f tlie If o'lj'-rs the To the I A-ests vrirn tii.it they no inakict S.'Oiro".tb. i
will > f'ict. t
; Gjn t.J1fy 13 iiLwrig ia j power phc: not :r.O 20 to 2.000 are 1 ,(> <> r > f..rEi' : p.
.. Mi ? M L Lfttnr, A II Leaden-. II Lytu. fVrr
> will le dne J
trade nartioalar'.r I > Ti.-.o It. Adrertisiap for
i'Min t the tlovet.ih! eoniniidnieat-: -; 1 2\ to well: "f tui- C.tpit..h of 1CCO I l.OdO7..VJ t' : r. ,::'vo on iJ Ag.atr
r >jf LLin-'hS. LADD. : when p.ible.. Fr f-U SAgTcics. :
> j'treulta.: lihwr1I4it: .
your own busine6. (Laughter). !.-Mr, J M-i-'i: *>. .7 E MavMIs O Mc-D.-rmlJ. ; ),' PrLs of -'sj- :ire.f 3.750 :; \ ;. J.sly f, 1-uS. 27T iPfplv tq E.: flAL'EL o

I i ii fill 3 Ivm=:isij'irt Tb.t'> the w3.i'e; of it. TJe*c Abolition, J McDonald ?. A U tcC.ll.Vn.. iU-D.-rnid, M B Me- I A.MOVNriNG TO Hl"2.G'.U Pwrt Horn!. C&riin.. Co., Ve : *t.

iojJfd: t.pon piicij: > ns nn : Jvs w( ii"t io.-.r'i the tk-vc-nlh] cornn.iin'inrnr.Trie pii'njb<-. L J Mil'cr. Iljn J M<-!t'u. 7.7GT PUI.IM-v $25 REWARD. July. C. I*:**. 87 $
JV.: -GE'i. \ i ij-pjin Tichels $IO-a1res fi't lliiarters 2O- -a'
r.cnt as fuv pj\&-nnjj r.t hs--lf, rmu in, :ic 'or- : :iia&] ut.2 r ow r. : -
L Psjno.i1 J I'.vn-t.; J P'.rr) Ptli. "Win S'rJz' without Dr ut2on. ) ANAWAY f.- .-Ti thrRuW la'jCe with them has in'y! ctvlirwl iatihe ; -------- --- ? 5'ayaZj.lf :
; I'c-try, T A rhclw, 1M I'fit".r. J J'rtikne\, V I'uu .JA lV VtIaint..hi i: Ne-rw Worr.<. SAC1NA. r-r fir Sc ..1J'J -
people of a Territory, like those of a State.li.iil ?Io'ilgr.ii; ,.ry misl.. a Vt'i.lg: r.nJ
decide for lhemelvef.hetinr hl very Fni'iiO. in r< punctually: attenJf 1 to. ('-j'liir.uni > > > ::; vir? i.ld.? aiad "fcfpp'V ct'inpltxi'ii. rnd I i
it-.er, its i..ctje of tlISth inst. !
fchall or sha'l' net cii< within li.cir lin.its." ] -C.ipr J Ifcilis. J Il-are. Mi,* S Roe.I Ril-1 I <*ntir.eotifj jential. Bark ii't' of svun i uar.kn ofien''r! f.'ri.i. S'i!.< nt' raided on tL rca Ly.rd cf j .

: thus consoles ilscif atui i i'!= fiieiu]? : li'.o.Min A Kf'bi.'ifon, J Uhrnks. S V' Uob-iia 2, TKolawl I taken at par. (.;;fjrt; nncj! cj.cak--: in tfi- }b-ojjue j/eculi.tr: to the r.c- j L'iIbtf UAEL:1it1iJI) ,.

: Gross unfairness and violent interpretation: *. )Ir. Filhnore ha: n.t; i b<">n tfd : nr .". R Rut. ell. ; The wi'l.iair pailiijular i.t'nbviS shoal j eider iaiiieiii'lr. -- i Tut-m ff that r--fi'.n. For s.imcir* prior ta ray | ( ROWTJt or is:.*. j
po p. jG; ; R Scurry. Wm R'.iue'n. A T' Smith, A T i'wnii! lt' rhc wn? c.wnei i by Mr. Aa.ocf: St.
of ilys langange would commit this Dtinorrritic i is iniFinformcJ. AVo but ttctl j ) UTA ting*. Flat Tarnp. Cnlkite.i : I3et.'. tc.
tingulaiiy lJie ..TAMC-. YTINTLK. I /
Smitli. J U SrijUh", l B M Siphi u. TVm Suift.V. MiryX e \.r eybac' just rcccired.
csndiIiti* for th<* Presidency to the what we have reason !tz believe, th.-I Mr. .-J M Vfrdir.IV. Manag'r. Macc. Ceorzi.t..Juno to that p'cc. I will {.E.V S''O for h'r arr.": aril AMES It LITELV.Jir.rsrv .

ir.rtiie! of" squitt: ioverii nty!'' Lut, in rS'.Imoreith his known national: conj-ona- .-L War.?. H SVatA n, E Williams, J C Wil- | 2E. ISf.o. -JC! lri :in r.t ia r>pv" jail. cr ?2r f.-r l hr tldiTt-rv to tr.e 5. !Ss.'' 1.
hans', V C William i..r' CEO S.KING. '
live inciples cannot Noitliprn State
T'i" uan.e of conii fi eisehat c'se could p carry a :- Persons inqii-rinjj fr nny of th* ab vc letters Notice. ': : :r.e-f' CC
umning undtr ihe llary of tic !Knmv Nr.thinjjs To Elieumatics & Otheft.
? Js it rvtrtrh that t'.jcre has beer. t.r't RPV lh"y ae: a'vpiticud.STotiee .
: snv nri -
; lor !!:' > ::jlV<- nl'th" !JvioNoihi.j! stheni Auist e., OTICE hereby giventhat Col. Jte.-e Aveu'.t '
;. tijcTjni.v in ti.is country, among con- eKi's v. ill not snppc't iiitjj. r J.-n IT* ivgrirriM2 N is ;r.v. authorized ntrefit. flutinir my Bi--fr.rt\ Corn and Cob Crusher. L'O r..l p..rg. r> .T nrij f.-u:2 tLti1atic Compaht
THOMAS II. AVKRITT.TaJI.ihif we i.'ift'r r. jiij-.tirc rttinedy. j in Jay' S&nnlativp
....tj; the .it us for cpc il.ing .so plaiiy! ; butIit.t to the Public. ; '-p. Julv CC. 1S56.i 0-it /" ?AI--EH'S: ;pit- :.* C -;n: n--i G'b' Crusher I Lir.l.nrrti. I' haoj..n eiTecj:. in "zl.e crinane i!

f State r.nd tn decide f.r y.( pcik-t : v/t hoJK-? ; at: 3ey-t r.li who \JT have t-i-1"! tj / 4c: ;. f T: t'.e 'ae of the *npi.t cure -f Chronic alit! HJ.cairin dii??.ts.no Thuusands
: jle (; Tvrriiory ; ( r.ci. .r IINt-T') MorMLr (}urrv,
; Cob it ra'd in J
; r Ciu-u.i..5. uurquaivii to nny hare doubt LPCI reciHKl fr, death
h-e takrn Las: to-wr..ci) tir :. .tir4 tile ,to.grrFs m nu nrtmv -1
<';.ciiseves! the 11C.s ind Jaws of their domef- [ ]l'i'hiltrun. July 1, IhSlJ."I :; ;i Wanted to Hire, the Co ,.tr. A t'-ck rf t'is Cn:3l.er wi'l li.- .ti .- h" i i'C U U.U gt-at rvmedv.

.ff- irs I Ems hero bv::: other of e\ens ThiTiis :.o :honesty" or polIcy X n'TfrlpiiCPwitli! art order .f the Board of Marn- 1 T_T ANIS) -\frko-i the Rsilrratl! f.r whom 111- ban': Paily thu coming r-'aii. Priw v.iry >*. CiaI I I'r fy\t! hv DrtpjtJ! geni-rnlir and! tt 'tVbc.eaIe!
r : any prac- in
attempting to i.i.Je thete fact*. -* ;-is. the p j'l'.ir are irquf-ste i Io j iv_ n' iire con- Jl 1. ml5VHJC? will bo jtiii'l.RO3''UT. irei.w! Lrreit avii; n hL -I c.tch axtJ) Prtail, bj AME3 A LIVELY.
';.-t' i i.i fur government, except under ihe in"uitoug tubuii'iia fr th '.Vn'l.igt''n,: Xntiiu Monument toaj'"fs GAiir.LK .Jit. for these size Pricvs unifurn tl.r 'vchotst the county, t Ta4asree.;; '! Msr !1. 16:5. ?2-lr

iiihibitu'n of theMiscourircstrictio:! ? Affair of IDnor.CIZAIZLETO hi'i-r-t'ifore coiamisj-iirfied I by tl l'e Board.ll.i1 Jil J Lo, j.N d. SOlwAdministrators For further particulars call aril x iair.c: fjry: crselveso "
soon fis a tock fjr i. j.n.ui le airiv-*.
T noil" ;iii"t 1" be- iin'jLi-5 a* a ( .fqfly. ir.thi PfiQCLAMASION
Mr. Buchanan but etste? r. t uth patr-r.t upon July 2&.A hostile meeting nr nt=. hi:* it i i. 'k'-iirn-d tm. tfct.ct*" a fn.r.ilI D. LADD. *
:bcvtll known ht tnrr of Jlie country, r.ndack'.icwledges took place this afternoon, :uei: thio city, between I setile-ncM! (.f f the !.:ru'f of tin' Suei.ty.: Tl.e LVtdi ; ewpnt, 1iv: J. U..C C7 111

Col. Jno. Cunijiiigii.in; of the Evening i i.* ;.v.-l! a5MHe'I f-f evcniu.il: sue t-ss in tlj* pun imjtlC I J IX moii'lts) after date I shall present my account* JAMES LGvzcrmr \ BWJOMEL
the bin-iing force of principles News, and .Mr. Jas. L. 1itcb of the Stan f-1rPr! ": in v. rc'i: ;t i i- oiinf
free itself" and tu i-p'-ii'l fur..rr j'MC. c'iir.L's' by nncy until apirn I.con County. ni< the atlministrtitfT of tbe estate of ItS. ofiitc Sta'.c nf Florida.
as n-cirut: zs goveunrnt; dard. Shots without datnr.ge
weie exchanged now v.ii'li i vu( :>-i>jt'r.itiiM. for c .i>i! secured b\ the of indepcndtnce. to cither Ihr ditiicu'ty ua then Ilcrrick'e Circular Raw Mills." .
v.uich were to us war parly promt tslude anJ fif< y. is tiittur>-d.Balancet : a-id adniini-.trtinn.! Improved

and have invaiial/y been, applied in honorably adjusted. due from: asjt-nt-. or "1fti'2rfrom! i'l'le-! THOMAS JIAYWARD, AJmV. confistin of three *iz s fr 42. 48 acd 62 or 54 inch '

: peiIfiit ei>iitrii.t! i*. ate? to be <-nt L\ draft, j.at/aklc July 20. 1S59. SrGni) Saws. These Circulars are decidedly the best in use, ,
the ]Ifglslation of CongreF?. (except in the t'j t'i* ordtr <>f llit T faun ft nf'uslm\\ >yttm Jfutietial i-avinir fevernl in-provtmentjj over the Page" or any i

::ct for the lnisslcn (.f icuri! as n Slate,) Burliugame and Brooks Jf'jtitintn'.i Scty, enclosed in a letter to ;he un- : In Leon Circuit Court. Tn Fail T< rm lS.r G. \ ether Patent ia use. Tl.e c ml i is about f 300, $350, i Vt ,HEREAS an atrocious ittuidrr was ennriitte.t' 1

V.'ASJII.NGTOX, July *&'tn.-Mr. J'urlingame der-igiu-'l.) Bv rr'er: ; R.fa5S.: ll'-inii; i Attachment for 800 19 100an.o..it an'l! ?45U for various. EZ: .S. according to extra carriage, T T on the body of William MitHeou iti the C)untye

:he jMest-ui 2titLi1iCI. The npc-al] of the can! in regard to Mr. Brook's c'mr-e in the > 5- Newport, Fla., November t C, IBSC. 44 i ij that the ends justice m.iy b all others inteie-leil here- ______ _______ ______ iRonghRice
; >liticc3 i-tiu-tioi biirgs Coi'gt i> r'l l ark tot recent afi'air of honnr, accempanied by a THE Di-fenJAn' .vi-1 arc guilty! party brought to condign punishment; Know
fn Mr. his FLORIDA INSTITUTE notified of the iiiftitatiou of t.e: ahave eali.led Rough Rice i that I James E
!. rrkr.c\\tcgu.i! ,! as.d tnfoicfmei.t of thencijks .at.-menl >in Campbt-il, second. ye Brooms Governor tbe State of
The i is tii.nt '. ciiit bv attahniTjt and ari-hcieby requited to j ELS 4 4et Florida do hereby offer the REWARD of $300 for the
principal PEI'TO.V A .11. President BUSH tfRi.ugl.Ric
point I.urlingarne asseits U. Y. on {
declaration filed iu the .
of i.I uithan and to the case
1 I i clf-go\ -iient, : plead i i.Much of aaiJ
1i jt j appear ) Fir sale hF : KNICI1T( apprehenftou persou, upoa sufficifof
his willingness to go e\en to South (AsMeTtD BY CoVPETEVr IV.OFEfPOES) \\r.hin three month from this date, as required by I to lead to bib convntioa. 1 1i'ji
1C ;
their iccoids These ISf.fi.
.ut o'Cvptioti < n Carolina to meet Iftooks if it be necessarv.AitO&cr law. ('. K. WALKER, ) ; 8. In testimony berccf. I hare bfreunto net *
IIK: exercises of thU Institution will be resumed AtlFf'r rifT my-
iI1CI le aye,e licLni.wiedgtd ia the I 1)) 'w. GWYNN. ) hand and
l compro- on Mond.iy the Cth day '.f Oetol >r next, at V caused to be affixed the Seal of thsrAiJStatc *-,

Ti tC: (>f '.-I'O, anSI applied jiislly and clearly in Int'.aiict of Tape Waim Cwedlytlieuxt of o'clock. A. M. July 10), ler.o.:; ssm City Council Notice. ; [ If n iriJ.t. Dt>ne at the Capitol, in tb.
City ofTalac* this 19ib day <4 A.
It ll nt Stu'leiits nileiin then bboud ilay.
late .Tcnitc'iial lav.Can the ccwpromen Dr. M'Lane's Celebrated Vcrmifucrevriir.nEri u imp/riant Medical College Georgia. T a rm-t tirjr of the City Cooitirl held on May S9.13EC. D.1856. .
be pn* jt on the first day of the sc si-'ii. ; _j It tvaI'soiW. '
men of .tO nr\v turn their 1 arl.s uirnCratL The COLLEGIATE Dni AUTMFNT embraces a full and JAIESE.BROOMF.
sr FLFMISG KSOP.XETT ATGUSTA, July, 1856. / I5r the IiteuJiit: and City Council of
1e r.s sici.' stati-il Ly Mr. IJjch.ir.nn ? tntiro roiir e"f Ardent Laiiffunri*. tlicinatie. and : TWENTY-FIfTH Course ofLrcttire? in Tall: ba .*pe. That t'.e c'aiise! iu the rt-vciine law ifle5C the GoTtrncr. Attvst UoTeroorPy (if FInjd&
YORK. OU.J"--15, IS52 th<- usual Engli-h braii'-l1, tn.rhc in Southern CollcI'o TMIE :-
rclatiug to liawk r ap5 Pedlars be no con- j
U ill!i tlio- \\Lu !hae nubiy! ] ; *id tejieatcdlybe *. The Labra'ory t j-upplied with a now and Institution will commence the FIK5T F. IlSccrebrv VILLTTIfcCIt.
&fT" Tliie M t<> rcriiiV that I: Trn* trcu'f.: ] *\ili! a IN NOVEMBER NEXT. strue-1 as t" confirm with the law of the SfUe, so far .

be- 5>S'-it] to tIe: Krinas Nebraska tape r.r.im fr inf>re thau fix i>i'>:itln. I triij.'I all tit) i-plcii'JM The i'r.ErAE.\TC et i'f Apu|iiv: nt DrrARTMUxr U. with Charts will Mapa embrarf, lis or-hMarilv termed.
!] Is-pisLstiou jltuy: the truth! ? I Ins cm man known remedies for this ilreaiJful r.fil.otion. hut with. t'n' tn-'icB tiil.t in Hiir'ii Stl.i,!< nud \calenuie&lr.t (0. M. SEXVTON. M. D., Anatomy.L. From the, not Minnie) < '. C ilUTCHI<> SOV. Clerk. -- .

v.i.c j'nrtit ij-ati-d in the addition: ofihe ('on. I ut Leiuyahle to 6trov it. I pot one *>f Dr. M'Lafip" -" att..ti.mJ paid to the morn!* and .!
A.mauacs: wLicli coutainoi) notices of hrvcral tiJ-l.ilU 1. P. GAKVI.V. M. D, Matena Mcd c.i, Tbcrapeu- I "V"OTICU i ia hereby given to sU bol -
of n.uidf-] winch dmes- penon Uugjl
f-tltutir.n; !, dcf1zcd our EXI'ENSESOFTEflM it and Medical Jurisprudeuce.T. .
wonderful cures that hn-1 b+eu perforraed by his C'lebralej : f Walter darmror dtniaxids agiestfiJostat of Jf w- f
j-.JTi-i *:. aid cccidVd the of'Jsvorv : tl.p Braui-hc ?) A. EVE: M. P.. Obstetrics and Disease* of Women Gwynn,
i.c : rrou suljrct FJomin llrop. J TiiTut.i n Tee fmr 1Iirr )5 0" nan GilchHat. lute rf Gad den cotlnty. deceased to
Vermifuge, prepared for reiolved Infants.
J'or the (Comin.n l-i.g1h Brai.chi'". 6 00 and I t"FLP.S Li >ei vices to vriehinsr to enter prcsut tltcu' ivgally authenticated within te tarn.piescrihed .
in hag who ( > perdous.
: j'S'tlcrl'H- any mr.n pari" to it HirJ immediately bottle H. V. M. MILLER I M. I)., Physiology and P.itholytrical -
try ; purchased a Ci-rUii' fiit ITippii': *'*. 1 00Iionr'1 : '-' land in the t*. S. Lan I Orrice. by loc.itiup: Land j by law. or thii notice will ho nl.asIaainst
':*-;ind:: : '1-C organiration i! Florida into \\liich I tok< .T>C<:idiug to ur -cioii": ; an j the result can be olrained in th- city at moderate rae* Aii.itomv. Profc-or .f Cb-mirtrv. Variant: 01 otber! "-iss. He will also jive prompt their u:tl recovery. E. S.. 3iErAILI). i
a r-tr.to, some: tiglit years Lt-fore adiiiii&itTiin'o v.'aI tllBcliAr: : c-J oae large tt;>e worm measuring i\ivabl rju it.-rly in advan"- ao'l Practice of Medicine. altfiitiou tfcuch br.siress SP ruay be intruttcd to him I "Extr.
U I). FORD, M. D., IiMtitutep -
ftTiall For a Ctal.'ue. 1* further iiifurniation. rulJreb. I>. in ei'her iT' the other cf5f:.-s i in thcCnj'itol. Chaipcs Jane Cl l, 1S6C. 23Notice
i1i.n bcsiJt-s iiij.l of
zn--rs a ys.rJ a >er oo.
.he Union, cud thus exeiciscd tns ucqtiAJid F. CIaton. A-M.--nr', Tiillahu; tc Florida.Au will: be jnaab'.e.! e rre pondinjj in nervicrs per.ormtd. If
M PS. SCOTT H F. CAMPBELL, M. D, S.irgu-al, Comparative,
Sic l
; jigl.t of soxcu-Jgniv-hassucunn O.P '>idi2, \6ir- : and Miciopoopiffil Anatoir.yR. Ueing Deputy in the State Laud Ofuee. he' of couree -
Xo 1i Coiin-iu btrect. wiU r.iak.no charge Sot btwmecs in that
the l are-fafcu !hardiliood to call Iu quesiicnti.c CAMF'BELIj.1 M. D. D.. 'UHtratorof Anat.imy I Popjtrtmtnt.May .Sr t,( Florida, )
:; ,- Purchasers wii! be cnr/f-jl t<> ntk forDft. il'" UNIVERSITY OF NASHVILLE. S. B. SIMMONS. 1). 1)., Assistant Dc-rnniiMtrator. 17. 1S5G. 20-1 County of Hamilton f .. i:

log ettabiifched doctrine that the pooI'ie List's CtuERAiEJ> VERMIITCK, iii-Mjufuctred! byFLEMIXG JL'RIAH HARRIS, M. D., ProBtcutor to Pn.feworof LL
,4 persons indebted? to the estate of ADtft O.jl'JL .-'
of j. Territciy, like those of a State, shall! Buos. of .Ptt.lurg. Pa. All other Verruifii5's Medical Department. f Surgery. A Plantation for Sale. Jobi .on. late of Ilinultcn etnatr. d.cw.d. are
Clinical Lectures ill be delivered reglarh: at the
Cfcide for.thcrr.irlve, wiielnT slavery thtllcr in r. njuruo3, arc tuinhl'* lr. M'Lnne's -., City llo ptal: and ample opportunities will be nllordcd r HE undersigned will sell at private sale a requested to tnalie immediate payrn nf, and tbobnvf ;
r AXXUAL couitsi: LECI desirable mi'ee' North g demands gainst said stat will prtsrot tbemia .
SIXTH o? .iiL pljiitatinn. ten
genuine Vermifuge, alao his Celebrated! Liver PiUs pun very j
frhnll net exist within their limits ? for the study of Practic.il Anatomy.i the time prescribe br law..VATri'L. .
TL'RF.S in thi. In-titutt.m xvi'l 1 commence on Lust i Tnllaha"ee. containing f>ur Hundred ncr s rf
. . 105 00
can now be had at all re'pccUble D Storc.Vvi r2S i i for the entire Course
Nor is Mr. I uchaians njc-aiiing, in the 115 MONDAY, time ;o'-l l df Nc.\\-iili-i-. A fall ]>iinHinrycoui. M.itr.cn'.ntion Tii-ket (to be talon ouee). 5 Oi .x'-t Ilent Oak an 1 Hickory, nu1 pine lai/j; 0 te hrn ? IAETO2. EZt. ?
; ; ; ( wiLt'nl Me ?n'4tuc4 1 ."e fu-c to all ptIIt.tS.! will l le gi\C'ii l l.v tie Pio- drt-d and liitv of WI-M! i* un itr ctilti'7.i.m.: June'I 1,185ft.:5 S
f the the pco/Veufa i For further pirtiotlar!>, apply to
I.Kf r.hiavc / Territory,
FIJE1CG BIIOS. fsMk/r, commit ncinp rn the first 2.biii'.v i.( October. (,'. M. NEWTON Dean. Thoro are rn tie pri'iui-H's a comfortabV { e'llpj; -. t I
irk In His of the Professors Fees1U5.. M.ttncubliun 5. Praclicul | l.'L.C. tit' ettrv f"'. ix'tistf'. with *
conjoctute. jjrc j.tnuce Sold at nil;i f-f the Drug Stores in Talhihapsce and ; 1 July 19. ISC6.( 29 KT : a ? rv gin ) Notice. .*
Aiiutorny $10 Graduation IVc >25. For CatsJ ]><..;:*< iU'l 1 sr w. First rn'e well war fid L'ol'd I,
Pcic c:2tic confines its in in the Snutu.
jilfttfonn.hith bv oricaernt every town lv to for Sale [ Ii'-nlih tnjnye.l on tL phce. For terns of sate! apj j % U. persons h.iin;; cbinis aajt the Etzt* ..4

waning to actci i<" idf.-iits" j.rucecding"io I'AULF. EVE, M. I) Plantation 1 l'tY to the 5uberited. tv5I'liT L3 Jahn W. ilsrn. deeoasfd!, lat' f.f Gd.4cn eM m

fem u Co.slituiion *' crrnl dtiir.es MAIUtIED.Mlrtimd ; Dc&u cf the Faculty. r HEiuhrilwrs efler f.'r sale their I'Lmntatiou. 1 i DANIEL'L-'HOUCS. i ty.
taktahly by Ttav.V.. J. Duval. Mr. WILLIAM LI miles: North-east cfT.dIa'asee. cor.tainin 1040 : \bye !85*. 21 1 tiered eentrbr within the time prwcribcd fey J lao..

Lis position to every fair-mmdid, truth- I DEXK1S, B.J Xibd 1IARGAUET J. LLL10T, July* Undergraduate Department. 1 acres of ruk hickory and pin-' Kind as rich and pro- or this totwe will be pknd irj bar ef tbtir rr4ei t
ductive as in this p.irt uf Leon county. There are and a'.I!! those indebted ar* reest.d to :
J'-vIng man. -Hut ns long ngo r.* ]1618, Mr. i 2 185C. Jk.tlj 1 .f Ion County, Fla.! (\VESTEKXMILITARY INSTITUTE) i any mill Provisions mike y .
on the premise* a Gin house !inJ SOM-IV Sugar meot iaiKic iatelv. :
Buchanan explicitly flionsvh t he means rpIIE NEXT SESSION of this College will open and Rulers dwelling hou-, negro cabins, and the IB Aoo :. K.-icfc. Sh-uWersaud! Uarrs. MARY MANN ;ttVIa

when he sptaliS c>f the lights of" the- people OITUARY.1).parte3 JL ou MOXDAV, ptmber Stli. The CiaM.ic.il ; n'cessory out houses. Sort acres of land is cleared Flour. PimiU Extra, nod Superfine, June 7, 1656. :36nCitatiom
tl.w. life ANN ELIZA IIOXKY, daughtrr Course ib full! and evtry_facjlity afforded to Students and in a good state of cultivation go.d water, an ('o.T.C lti.. -
*.fn Trnitnry." In a U-ltt-r of tlint j<-nr to 'fJ. A. J. nnd Cnrnline F. llouey. ia Scientific J5rain.h,, A Preparatory School i is attached ubiin-iance of the liftst ci timber. It will suit for one Fvr sab low in lot to S'jit the tradr.

Mr. SanforJ: of Al abamn, .Mr. IJucuauan63VS Tlie deceased wan born in Lei'u count, I'ia., on embracing a course of two years. The Military j or two plantations. i U C. LEWIS, i ii
1 the 7th clay -f Julv, 1855, and dieJoa the 21st Jnv Eyttem H adapted as nn t-ifcctuai: nu-ar.a cf prcser Persons wishing to piirrhanc will coma and nee for i Jun 14. 15S6. 25-St i ij State of FloriJa ) Tj> the Widovf or Mrt of Ijn rf
: Julv,1.. v'inj; t;Kd
." In ierter to Bcrl nfth AUgust T7e Jerp'.y ?rnipr.1hize; i a1li the berf vi'<] parents.TJut }fnvhly exticii: e. Charge* for Tuition, and Barding, of llnd can be bought cwhere. j Jotepb J. Wilhamo, } In Leon Circuit Couit.s. VI WHEREAS, a petition baa been fiM in efT
my county they cl hifd !> > comforted when they eon&uWtL.it $100 per term 4 20 w-fks. Surgeons Fee f5. En- GEO.H. FISHER.TVM Dill for Divorce. 1 fico for the granting of probite of the my
1817 1 hate tniJ.'cmicr the; Missouri | jrineeiin French, Spanish, German Drawing, BookKeepmz ciliiatns. nuncej
their treasure i i4 guje before them but n little E. FISHER. pativ will of th* laid Rifban! Rreu.nu-
Cornjiromise slavery was forever prohibited v hle.! Tbe yo xi }.ep'-erd' has taken hi* little Lamb anti Ferciug. each ?10 per term of 20 weeks. j. July 12. 1656.; 28-tf IT appearing t > the atiffadi-m of the Court, by af--j tu"dthatl hare appej,4 Tbursda'r.the1t y

North of tbe parallel tf36 degrees minutes from the chilling blaitaf thin world, and 8ge1y The hot action of the Medical College closed with : fidavit. that the Defendant llfy Will win*.rades > day of July next, for the bearing of said pltt.w. s4

and South of tlm parallel) the question ca ps her in hie owu b *om. N' The S39 Matriculant* and closed 85 Graduates its first, from Nashville 13 States., Notice. I beyon-l the jurisdictiim cf tbe Court and in not nn inhabitant you ar hereby cited and called ta appear beira ma
Military College
: Christian Advocate year of the State of Florida It U. motion he
was !left to be decided by the people I What # plcae copy. with 151 Matriculant from 14 StJtgs. Fur Catalogue months after data. I will present my account that the defendant hr on ordered at Conrt-bonf T1slpec, M the dny! ihp-
4 SIX enter and wd. at'10 o'clc k A. M io
appearance < crirr that
i-- voucher Admimintrator, nn the estate of roa B r con
people Undoubtedly the people of the Terriiory and Regulations apply to ns demur the Mid Bill Clerk' *
I answer or plead to m the teal the same if thinlt fil'.
the Hon. E. C. Love, Judge of yen
Notice. B. JOHNSON, Superintendent.NashvilleAugust j Hugh 0. McLean, to
assembled Cmrenlion State office of the C-rcnit Court of Leon before the
form a Probate for Gadnden, County, for a final settlement! 1 on or ft nl t -n under tnr ''&n i4 J and seal cf.ees.
2,1S56. 51BAILUE
C'onrfiftdum.andtEk admission 'into the Union; fOTICE is hereby giveu that application will be 1 for discharge therefrom first Monday in October 185ft. Oth' rw56 aid Dill' I. J this th day of 311ay. A.. D.. 1S5&DW.GW
I mad- to the General Asi-enibly. of Florida at and apply a shall be taken fur cocfened. It i is further ordTcJ i ( .
it? next Sston, for B charter for nJlail lload from 1 that n copy of this order be published in one of the | Ju&.orrw.
COKEESand who mipht happen to ariive in ilorjtjVelio rin to the Gcorgiit line in th > direction ofTborniKVillc & WHITAKEE, 2S, 1855. 2S-6m I oftrt peperb in the city of Tallahassee f'>r three months May 10. Ic6 I6Oc1ai

the Territory-atscmblrd-.in public n eiingr : O ,. To lx callefl the Moniioello widTbon.a General! Commission Merchants I previju t>' the aidbrt; Monday in October 1858 '

vile! Rail Iload crrrpsrv. For Sale.IIIIlVDREp 1)01)0 aa-J p*>* rd at Chainbt-re. inv! l. t, 1SJ8.

Here i plain.eTraglble proof pf his hostility August *. I85( 31 NEW FORT FLA. : BONDS of the Union ; J. VVAYLE3 BAKER. Ju-ic. HousethRnt

to the dangerous dogma of FqnaUerpomoigntjr purchased the interest of Mr. THOMAS of Florida with interest Coupons due 4 (O. K. WALKER.nnd 'j TUE Dwelling Uoni rtMntlj .'?_, Ly

: /* leaving, tltjg proof on record, Notice. JJAVING (of the lute firm of RICHAEDSON b* rtntt t ud pu,

. ... WrnTAKEK.we tender to our friend and the public I L. RUTGERS. Solicitors fur Conpl't.Julj BfUion given imtn.'Ji t :lr. Tior pvti lari. pj4yv'uly t.cn.tat .
how'can.lbo most.'flatlflshinjf" polifician'bytraie LL perftons baring deniai ds agaii t thc'estat of our rervicet) in the Storing Buying. Selling, Receiving I July 1!. 1866. 28HOWE 5, 1S56. 7-3a 1urcrnSoN. '
Jabz 1J. Bull, late of Leon deceased,
the' el! county of Cotton 19. 185&
pr MroftjpVrtRtif poliflcil ws and Forwarding and Merchandize.To
will take notice that they must preseot them to the Contracts for Trestlin '
our-fricudi and ire return our ahcuc
paper, coBtinoe-lo Jkkifjif Iy'iIa.:4t is undersigned, or to Hnati. Archer A Papr., dnlyantlieoticated. thank', for the patronage patrons heretofore extended ns, und Dissolution.t Omct PtvaiooLi A Oronou R. R. C\x J [ Ia Lccit Circuit Court. To Fall Tern 185

lion .cf tbii th1es.clirI" It *'Ii to be .- within the time prescribe 1 by law, or attention tn their inereit. in future to t lIE Firm of Brooms A Shin -wo* dissolved byrantnil
this notice will be pleaded in bar'dt their hope by our 25 1866. .. Ta1lAbassec] April S9ib, 1856.I TJcrrbs Qniao 1 .Lticf9nt for $2t 8 G2.Io&
recovery ; merit a continuance of the came. consent on February I T>ROPOSAL3 invited for vi. ) atnanat fD.U
are the .
Iwif t con won
bpeffor; the : Lut tb. and all indebted to"said
)* .DIJiLie: ; (,. persons estate are hereby no- July 6..18.56. 27 .
P. K.-BAILLTB, FLETCHER WHITAKER.. _ JL traction wooden culverts and ties- E WiiUy/aaa f BwxJ fcr <{Jl ?l 000,
tilled make
to immediate the
it will ow tb* WOT -aain 'from:fW dark- payment MAItTBLTLL44tr'x.oodersigned. New Port, Flu., ..Tuiy.Ist185& : _I ling on the line of the PcosaooU and Georgia WnitNB E. Willty.jDtCmdaat
Notice.SIX Rail Road, from tbe junction with UM TaH hatcUil maE sad alt
new$o vla Ccr1atercoaaignjd August 2. 183G. oth.c* id -
t 3gr.-JJaving dibpoeed of my ioterxt ia the late mantV after date 1 shall present ray accouoU } Road to. the Sowaoo Rtrer. Some rf the work I b unt4t of 1icILtl.d

: f. '' I firm of Kicbnrabon & Wbitaker, .to Hessra. Baillie 4,. Ac.to the Honoi able Judge of Probate of U required immwiUteljr. ,Tb. eanstracUoa of the net sug by *tt&e1mas54 z1i _
J -'-' Havana Cigars, Wbiteker would tender rny thanks to my tends audpatron Hamilton County for a final settlement a* administrator may be deferred, to be completed as tbe rraduatKm

TUST receircd ffrJL H.'GaBjbfe 6pOO, best qualtJ for their former kindnew, ami confidently re on tbn oatat* of De-in's Ponghrity. late olsa.id of toe road progresaea. For farther particular iud for

itr Ittr ." Call nd try themJJcDOU.nALL commend to tbeir fTour and bqpport my successors C vcoty. dcwased, and ak to be d sebargcd from said.. picas and drafU. appT] at tbii HBet, icr. .
HOBBY.I8&S. in businew. T. J.M- KICHARD30?*'. rriioutrstjcn. JAMW. GEIEtJ i: o CABELT e'i4eatfayil6. ? .a tc' 'rr' --

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rJ'EY: GOODS.. THOMAS. WHITE TO THE PUBLIC. --i Important: housekeepers, ._ For 'manufacturing Laeour's;Improved Liquors, 'Cordial. r, Eater c: Vt'4,. Dr.YERMtFUttE_ 4 IfA.N nr.AT tJC :-

-. I DO CERTIFY that in the year 1864. I visitedDr. FARMERS AND FRUiT .GROWERS.Arthur's BereragM, Vinegar Bitten Sjrups, -)

JOHN PRATOBIOUS MANUFACTURER] Copper and Sheet Iron. W. MoHcloy'a Infirmary at Griffin On, for the I fEtMncts Wines, fc&
: in all kinds of Plain and Fancy
of relief of
distressing -
purpose obtaining a very painful and 12 TOo
take io the citizens:
WarN pleasure informing
CANCER of the and
nose eye. My nose was '
3 MERCHANT TAILOR, Tallahassee and tba surrounding country, that be is all entirely gone before I visited the Doctor besides Patent AirTight cms rra aUl.OtAN LIVEIj'iILLS.
now prepared to wait flU all that with to patronize OUTLAY of$2 will fumtb the apparatus for
Dealer Made ulcermtkm cheek and about
in and a on '
Ready Clothing very deep my my Frttk Fruit and Toma- ,
sad Water into the
him iu his line of business He also tenders his thanksto I and to that Dr. CANSpntcning converting Whiskey ttroaf
Grnt: n1eD'3 Furnishing Goods. "Ie. am nappy proud say Moeely This article soexteosirely b IS boon a\ a cost of two to ttreectnts rrw..t9AVb. J..a...
his friends and the public generally for the very did relieve me. and had it not been for my having to used in the East and Northern States last season, est Vinegar "11&.A...
liberal with which he has heretofore been gallon.
rF JOM- --]o--i\ial farmed! ,patronage and he hopes that a continuation of the anne expose nrnclf to very extreme Cold bad weatl.er) I I will be introduced to the citizens of ,Tallahassee and per'SThe' only vessels,i neeemry .(or thi. porpoMar*
; I do believe tliat] I would have had uo return of the the undersigned has now They are not
;, will l he grunted him. surrounding country by Wine of Whiskey barrels. The substances with which recommended
disease. I visited the Doctor second
a time Iud he
: SPRING AND SUMMER He will coustintly keep on hand a full supply c'fal1 : relieved me again mind 1 so far ns time various leports I the exclusive right to It manufacture is only iu this to vincinity call and for they are filled for the purpose of making Vinegar, aV Universal .
the coming se.ison. necessary be found in of the forests of Amenea.
sort of Ware usually kept in an establishment of his ; can any
about the Doctor's failing to relieve
injuring or : recommendations of
Ule.tlwy these articles and the
,. CLOTHSANDCASSIMERES. line of business. A full assortment ofShect Iron. I i examine i Persona without the slightest knowledge of this bus
false As regards Dr. .
; are positively Moselcy'sskill : tlie who have used them to be convinced that Cure-alls but
j! Sheet Lead Lead Pipes; Sheet Zinc, Cibtem Pumps ; persona mess are led imperceptibly into the process of manufacture simply for
; in the Treatment of Canrtrx I know of ,
AM UII w rttcetving an extensive assortment of j Phy- they are the best most simple and economical article which Is bv
I and a other articles too numerous to men no means complicated.
I' great many i siciau in the world that I would than
Clolb", Oiw imeres Vrnlings. d'Etc White : sooner rely on for the offered to the public. They can V
.. Drsp : tion. purpose ever I Tins work in to fje found at No. CO Camp street what their. name .
P; and Fancy Listens. White nud Mar Win. As a SURfiKONandPliySICIAN.be i is equalto be wed the most unskilful without the -pur
ixwn Figured 1 i TO BUILDERS. i by person 1 i and at the book store,No. 46 St. Charles street, oppo
to'rUe all of which I to make an)' in the Southern States ; and I am happy to risk of failure.
: am up on slightest : site the St. Charles Hotel. Price $2 Tim ,
prepared Tin Hoofing Guttering Copper and Tin Conducting: that 1 found him to t>c a perfect gentleman arid with circular | per cony. ports.
:' "intt nli.! v in the most flis stales nnd on reatciins. say t' Purchasers are supplied a con- I amount (two dollars) can be sent mail in
"hi.1.h Pipes Le., Jill of which he promises to do in the most I Philanthropist, and advise nil persons afflicted with full arid reliable directions for puUingup fruits i per goldii
I taming j V and tho work sent return mail,
worX-mau-likc manner mid stvlo, nud of the best material Cancer, to visit the Dorron as Boon as poniible and I and tomatoes in these Cans, placing the whole |' per purchaser must enclose The VERMIFUGE for
-ALSO- process 20 cents in to and ,
; !, OH shortest notice amlmont I reasonable terms have their health restored. RANSOM COOPER. j conveniently within the reach of every housekeeper.A I! Book. Addresa stamps pre pay Register the

I A I. \t IE: ANP WELL SELECTED STOCK OF Having been engaged for the last eight years in Rome. Aujrut 30th, 18C. Isrge supply of these Cans will be constantly kept.. I HENRY WALTER & CO expelling Worms from
j ,
: READY-MADE CLOTHING business at this place he thinks it unnecessary to recommend t3f": Mr. Ransom Cooper t-igned the above in my in store. Persons wishing to supply themselves ;! New
further to the publ.o as regards THOMAS PERRY Pott Maittr. I j Orleans La. the human
ImiineIfany presence. apply immediately, as the fruit season ma near at hand. j value of this has
j iThe work has system
fVixistuur; in f CasKinerctte Frock and 2 great been sufficiently
: pirt ) Saek liia capabilities as a mechanic but at tire same time he Rome, August 30th, 1855. I All Cans sold made by the undersigned and wari ,
: Colored Frock and Sack. ) d'Ete'roek. mire |I proved by its adoption as a text book by the |
Fas.ey Drap i assures all tLat favor him with a call, good work and I WM. P. SLUSSER. i also been
ranted safe. j jMay '
:Sack ar.1 1 Business, Alpucza Sack and Business. White priced.Having i !. various liquor manufacturers of the city of New York j administeredwith
cheap Awful Case of Cancer Cured. 01 J 1856. 22
Brown .Tid Fancy Linen Coats. Black Di.np .rEt and : removed from the old stand formerly known I *I : ___ __ __ ___ RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE PRESS. the
Tins i is to certify that Col. S. H. harris of Ciuw- V most
Stmn'cr Cd'ssimere Punts \\LitcandFancy Linen as White t.v Sh).er. he will bo found Ml his stand corner !t This work will be found to supply the dealer in Ii satisfactoryresults

J'ants. White unJ Fancy Marseilles: VcsU, Furevand of 200 foot street, wlx.ro he will be glad to wait i I ford county his eamcto tile in the year 1t:51. with a C.ui- Piano Fortes. quorf, wine vinegar, ic, w th a thorough teacberl1PcJ
P-i; ;:: Silk Vc.t SbirU, a-Uxrs, Cravats, Undei shirts, on all hi* friend THOMAS \VHITK. j cer bone on and salival chin glands fourteen had years all become standing, the much chin- g3 iB3lTT7E arc prepared to furnish PianoFortes II guide amid all the varied and intricate processes of to various animals

litawcrs,'Glove! :!, H -i'r\'. Ac. Dee. 1 ]855. ,IS very *
this business. A.
| of the beat quality, Pil'flllWIt.,
diseased and Ins constitution mined. Mr. very
: JOHN PILH} :l'OnIUS. -. ( ( nearly Harris subject to Worms.
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luau l been under the treatment of many: eminent upon the most liberal terms. |I It were n .rk of supererogation to praise a book

April 1?.. 18.M5. 16 LSomici, Round phYsicians and among them was the great Dr. Shep- : They arc second to none in any country either as i: (if Mona. L.icour'writing.. The volume before us is
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.\l)1lS colored Bounds.J I PILLS for
I straw arii, of Cha-leatou hnd, also, the celebrated Dr. Marshall to quality( or priee. remarkable for iU completeness and the exact practical ,

Indies colored straw tiiinmcd Bounctf. of Mac"n, who treated his car.e twice without 1 Every Instrument will be wanaited.February directions which it gives. Old manufacturer will I I

ii.. plain ." I removing the disease. lIe finally went to Dr. Marshall MILES NASH i CO. find all of the old modes entirely superseded. TIle the cure- of LIVER COM-
I j I black as lie informed the third time and he n.fulj' 23, 1856. 8 I use of the old formulas would appear as the foam offully" I

white satin and ik"I: inc. ____ n __ ___ ___ : in the presence of the new i all BILIOUS
I ed to do anything more for him? Soon after that time ones suggested in i PLAINT, DE-
bhlck"' (extra size) Mr.[ Harris heard of the} many wonderful cure that I Q-u..inin.e.: t this work. One of the principal objects appears to be '

Children und Mi-scs straw hud made and visited at i to avoid as far as possible the use of SICK
.. t me Griffin as a last resort. : apparatus fir I RANGEMENTS HEADACHES
ii 4.
: NOTICEOF 118ti. I commenced treating his case, and in six weeks the j received 600 OCNCK Slllph Quiualiie I expensive (to the operator)appliances of any kind iu i ,

}For sale by AVI I) C. AV, 1 1SOX. Cancer was all removed, aud time core nearly! healed.] I w York Ti1fl .. I\ &c.Purchasers:

October 13, 1855. 41} This case was been and witnessed by more than five ;i of pure Chemical AMES & LIVELY. This volume contliuI the art of preparing and put.t.ing I

-- ----- -- --- --- -- hundred pei bons. 1 ]have. the Omcrrnow in my pos- i April 6, 1856. 14 up the whole HAt tlriukablei. from a choice pipe I will
Bacon, Bagging &c. of Otard Dupuy of the Jintnge or I'Hlli to I pleasebe
Lands inFLORDAALABAMA ei'S.-ion. and any person (tlll1ee it b) calling at my uf- a simple
Withdrawal of received perl..tct nrrivaU from Nov Or- tie, in in On1 ill. This case WAS witnessed. by i Olive Oil. ; pnd economical manner of making eider without ap.
J ask for
the articles wl.icht'iov article f Table I Just i pie, by fermentation. A friend has l the I particular to
p ] and New York following : THOMAS JONI* of (rifiit. I 4 SUPERIOR >r UKP. re ;; npplird recipe

offer at the lowest c.i'h prices: ; Dr. J. D. MARTIN, |1.1-1. ceived by AMES & LIVELY. for converting 23 gallons of whiskey into 40 gal I II Dr.

I 5 'Casks Bacon 10 Balos B:: g'il1?. 1 1-: W. WII.SOX.II j I Apnl 5._2856. ___ 14 _ ';i Ions with the most satisfactory results. Tlie latter C. iMcLane's Cele-

__._--- I 2rt! KM]*. Flour Kv Ps. Sea bland: diSO ,. f P. CRKXSIIAW, I j quality does not'poMewn an equal amount of intoxicating I

TX jir uAiicc( the act entitled Au act granting Coils K ;i'e, M) Bbls. \Vhi.kev.. ; 1 11., ceitify, tli:it myself: and many others, of this Flower Jars. !, properties to the former, though the 40 gallons I Ii brated VERMIFUGE and

i. pnWi'-1!i iad., in alternate s-Viio.ns, to the States ofrioila COO I( llm. Twine, 10 Bbl*. Mtsa IWk .; ptaeo, were "\'\J \i itne->fccs to the ab.ive stated case, A LARGE assortment of Flower Jars, various Si- i i11I i of much finer color, taste and odor.-JVrte York

an.] Alalnma. t.> ..id in the Conitructiou! ( T.O Kegs Nails: and that Mi. H-iriis l left peifectlv .ll. _Z\_ zen, Just received andfor sale by :I 3f re/tan ic. LIVER PILLS, prepared by

p.-rt.i'.n: r.iilro-ids] i'l nd States"appioved 17th May, KirilAUDSOX A WHITAKKH.Xfwporl : "A. II. II.\TTOX.Giiftin AMES'A: LIVELY. This much talked of Look u at hand. It contains ai

< .*>". Hl the lands I\_ Ins; within fiftoen miles on -II'h: October 27. 1S5ChtnccriIz 4 P ;i May[ 11, 1852.! April 5, iM-lf.. 14SaltSaltSalt. J i mass of information that ii' perfectly aatonwbiug. and Q .G Se.'J'fbW11

M.3( ('f te! following r.i'i'!'
Mid act. twit : Piom SI. J..11ti'rivei r, nt Jarkonill In ll'iiiii'lon ( lI'cultuurt.. 'I If you wish to see ingenuity applied,look in a copj of
To the Afllictcd of all Comlilious.I .
\ ". t" the \vstei* .>f EbC.imbi-1: bay. tuvr Pc"i:sjola; I AViliibV.: Buik J..l\ our OD Liquor. Practicability appears to have 1 betii
foll1II.li:1 I"ian: j. l.n t.e! Atl.iuc.! I.) te! wr.ti.-rs d Complainant: J.. c.tlltlut I \:Hmo t hon ibh' afflicted with 20 A SACKS of Salt for sale by the design of the author. No delays are necessary to : SOLE PROPRIETORS PittS-

Tamp 1:1). ,'ith! a ranrh to Cedar K.\v. on tl,<- nd f3.Laikin nn-l El'.iPil a Cancer on my upper lip which cnii'ed me pain in \J HODGKISS, POOLE i CO. ascertain the results (if an application of a recipe.We .- : ,
J.-lin V. :: : MoTyer.
(5ufof Mt-tiit.; the uth J";erihthle. After trving the s-kill of all the moitt'jiiKwM'hy Noemher 1'i'. IS.':. 46' from actual observation.
(except Tampa bay: port'- !! ') lcr, John }Pk-lier.! Thomas Pi1her. \viiLmmm!: ; l'il- speak -Phil. Snn. burgh Pa. and take no
-- .
.,f itsjunetioiith the C..I.lr Key lirain'h) ;) and frnniIVns cher. and NathrinielR1CI, I.eiiB at law of Jime.PilchiT !iii.ins; that:; I coaM heir (,f, and that -- Tins work will revolutionize the present style of I ,. ,

.vwla FloiiJ.i. t.) Montsrtinicrj.[ Alabama 1 : hive. d1! wnfed D if".jiJ.\ntc.IT without relief, 1 gave up my case a! hopeless nnd. ns New Groceries. manufacturing liquor*.-Nf w Yurk Hirald.Laeour's other as there are various
instruction fiom thi! otlico, bt'cn U.JCJ from I thl'U,'1.t. with death Ftarini! mein the f ee. But fortunately book for instructing in the tin of I ,
!) U'P : making
*dc and Ivcation. until filerorder4.Given I appealing: upon nfH-l.iMt to the .ati.di..n of the for me. I Lean! of Dr. W. R. Moseley'a great IUST Received. on Consignment which we offer and bottling effervescing temperance| beverages liqucrd I! other

tinder my br.u-J.at the Geiur.il LandOrliee.it C..urt that the dffiti.linte.: Eliza Pilcl.ir John Pil- I'UCCL'fS'tO the treatment of this disease tnl:18 a last f for eash.SO wines, and pure vinegar for the table, should be preparations now .
the City of Washington this twenty third elmer, Willian Pik-Ltr, ainl NathanelVkker, heir* at lesoit, I placed m\self under his treatment: aud in one : Bags Coffee, : in the kinds of every housekeeper: in the
Law of Jame Pilchrr deceased resiile beyond the month the time he commened I 1 10 Tierce" Kiee, country. : before the public
from was perfectly -
day of):y, 1 tit The copyrights forbid, or we would give our readers i purporting V
., juiisJiction c f this Court,to wit in tLc state of (Geor : sound, and have been so ever 8ltJce. 100) DLI:. fcime, V this I
'IHOS. A. HEXDinCK's. Cv:/ij ; *;(/ .. i, morning some of the most valuable recipes thati I
i 500 Sacks Salt. be
.Tuc": 15 d. : gia. 1 ELIZABETH JINKS. I, i ever appeared in print. How fIO much information .to Vermifuge ;
__ __ _n__ _______ .__ __ It t i ji cinli'red that the s-iid derenJanUVnopearnn] ] >] Butts County Ga, May 27, 1840. RICHARDSON & WHITAKER. !: be given for two dollars is the most can I
Wines, Syrups s, &r. :1II "t'' the iiI bill, 1'1.r bcfoic tile liibt Mon.lny i, Newport May Ii. I860. 20Administrator's |i I I connected with the book.-Xtw Turk astonishing 1 mea. i j and Liver Pills. All
else the will l ls taken I're Confe --- -----.-
; ----
in Jcucit.\t! : iNimc e \ I
t.t OtjrJ Biandv, ] Spirk'nigCi-lvr, 1201'1'111' Case of Cancer Cured, LACOCR. LIQUOR.-This is the most complete !
( ) *-**," Pioxiilol tbi- order hill In jiublit-ho I in someXcwfp.ip others
Oil I I P.Mt. Old P..U .Tni 'c. r within! thi- Ciirnit oiie u wl'lk for the i'c- BY 1 PIt> \\-. It. MOSHLEY ). D. Notice. work on the manufacture of liquors that we ever met i' comparison
it contains
\la.l.-ir, Ura.h eL1 i ih. ii.il] i-f fi.i.r )M-ti'U! ] piK to -iiil tii-e.; I do ctrtilc that I was fr m.uiv: years bodily aulic- LL persons having demands against the estate of ; an immense of number of formulas for IV i with Dr. MCLANE'S
Sh'rl.v.p3rkIiug, Ir.li.t.. ;, ted with C.uicer auJ Ohm I tiied all the making every variety liquors,wines,cordials, bitters i j are
J. W.\YLE BAKKIJ. In.lhc. .m my Lip _L1 John W. Argyle, late of Leon county deceased] ,
s> vinegar, TlHI work ill i .
: ( .1 ::1I". P'ofci ved Qui.c. '. Icitur..ft'l remedies I imln.mof\ \ liiit foiiiid! I no relief. I finally to' nips published bv sub- I
.. Mitchell atiJ! 'f fto'wm t, c' Conijiliiin; are hereby notified to present them the under. ,!1 the subscribers
crijtion dealers worthless.
fll\'orill< E\tnht II, I l'
1s&t Powdei-. T:1n1t:1:1J; :, tiiMtmcnt (>f Cnncer affections and vi'itcd him utiiifH.i. time law this notice will be i!I liquors city. would speak more in ;,
pre'mribcd by or
S'lilnssh Oliirs, S'ici| *f six week" he had the C.m- n bar of their recovery ; and all persons indebted] t.) j jnanl I! favor of said.the-reliability A" f). IJeltu.of the work than could be otherwine The GENUINE McLane's

Corn Starch. I'l,1"i.! otrall rem.\ ell. 1 WI'Ul''f"fi.h'i-e all that are allliet'd estate are required to make immediate '' I i

";.1','..tei" ,;1 c .lU" ', .1b.l 01; 'U'OWT & MYKRSVllE with the (lL4Cfle: to vi$it him aud have their health thereof to 1)) C. LEWIS Adinfr.payment j. _h.March_.1.__1SSG._ _; __. _9-6m_ ____. _. __ i:' Vermifuge and Liver

fr.1ih )b t :.. t II'e!;. : rest"iri.d. He i i it. LHl'n.11 kind of doubt the hi"st 2 L 1 Ib.'i6. 21} I .
May! j!
now re-vixing by u-ct'iit!
C .:"'' Ciki I: .' \'HI. from New ikaf.i-h- skilful Ciict-r: doctor! : iu the Southern States. -- Quit Drinking Poisonousliquors :i Pills can now be had at
_- tiot,a'jlc: :.nJ wdllec: stock of Cl.orokee! Co.. (5a. EIA\V'EL 1 1)OMIYAS.; PROCESSFor II I

.!1:1.;: ty i, 1:4. Watches and Hu HIKNCKP-Dr.) ,I. D. Martin, Griffin, CJa. ; l Pr. J. .\SA FISIL"SACKS : making all Hinds of : ail! respectable Drug
-- --- Y. M. Pieket.: harris Texn Grcer Bishop. .
courtv ; ) A Rio Coffee,
Liquors and
| .
cE ICE : C"Ii-'?:Ii; of soutli men's, g<>1J bunting lex' :is. ladie (Uriflin, Gu fJ\J i Vinegar,
:2i o Boxes Adamai.tinu Cunjtl'l! : Stores.
-,ilJ !h\m-':>. :ii""-' kver, bunting anchor lepinc aud : I [INSTANTLY, by the use of Laoours Essential .
1-j M I best !
SpanUh Segars .
Any Quality of Ice. i-'rti.'r \-atdl* : Came \f.l;lic; Cor.i! ami all gild I

1:.)..,," pi". an I ,tn'ing. mueckli't': '. gid : ;,: .:,.t cr's dra'I"h. Ireit.| -aji ho Cured. 10 Bbls. Crushed Sugar, These Oils arc obtained by Distillation the CJetn. : FLEMING.BRO'S. ,
IT: "i t.i! : :,'I"I1( C.. 11 I'tt'r. j' 't :u'ri"L :Iwi LEI THKPLHIK': 1 liKAD'IN : h: ."> Dri"d .\PIle, ; ical Laboratory ( .li Jefferson of Pierre
lY'i i.5 fli! JJt ctl f't- hair r.snl J.i pari ) Lacour 60 WOOD
: >
I <'' 'm I ucrrcs -.- ; ST. PITTSBUROIIPA.
;.. i L tIi.. ..!1.I 1. 10 Baskets HeidsL-k CL.mpaignc-, ,
J f. : :.1.: t.c \v 1':1 : v'c' "1t I' Author ofLacour'a Chemical .
oltl 1 l ," ..f I tl afilicted. and the .mj AnahisLacourfiCIiemical
t'I"' : am i.nr Irl t! ; a 111:'' asoitiucLt ir. .r<.y I" e gratitude high I ;
: D) L.U/I.!) Hue j'l.iis', 11iliO..I.J nI; ).. peiil in: y r.I.t. nmmil il.." .nl I (1,1. nnl: -f 1)h.! MOSKLEY a Surgeon ALSO I Mnnipulation', Lacour on the ManufActure of Lij j Sole Proprietors.
'. i 1.1 and} Peach Urandv, Rum. Port Wine and I
11.1. 1 1s; Apple
II by ic.LACOUR'S. .
t \q Cl.TflC lm.1: 'i tin:. r ni:0"c ; gt':.tlviiieuV li.iiiioini i i ill: ; :,!l11'1'H'.1I11.1 1 .t teem it my duty mention the case I (qnors SCOVIL.t fEAt
Marachiuo. for sale by R. 1L BERRY. I ,
sleeve! buttons jila.n! ":\llIco.on\"x and c<>in -lian ; a of my wife hoping at the same time that all persons OIL OF COGNAC converts neutral : No. Ill Charters St. New Orleans,.
S 185 18NOTICE.
Just Received, great variety: of stu-1-. line goldcst.: fob and giurd] I j similarly afflicted may be benefitted by it. In the I _May__ ,_ _( -5- __ ___ SS _ :, spirit to superior imitation of Imported Brandies i General Wholesale agent for Southern StAte., to.

:_ FEUVM.} PETTIS" FROM 1 KKW ORLEANS! : clniiw m'o8i. 1.i'ys: p'.J.l an-l sivtr pen and pencil ca- I' fir>t pat or this year nov wife had several Hiiall lumps viz: Otard Sarzerac Marett Cognac Poultney whom all orders must be addre.

lniS. Eitraand: Suj fu. Hour sm'". and :dd. .iln'r i.id steel spectacles, gold ansi ail- to make their. appearanec in her breast ; they continued ; I uetee United Vineyard Properties.Castihlion,and St'ig'j SoH by Ames t Lively E. Barnard. Jr, Miles

_) () fi Bigs prime Ru Coffee'' vcr tlti'D) tI..f. to increase in size, until the whole breast becamea \S we arc anxious to close our business we would Ion Dock Brandies. The liquors will have a full Nash & Ct', Tallahassee Fla.; J. S. M. Dn.
cisna..d and I the j all those indebted the firms ty fl-ivor. and a beautiful cpaikliug color. Common I Ii
2 Tierces S. S.C.Ilai4 Fine Ctillory nnd GnJl! mn very paiaful. procured remrttt to of Tbos. ., Quincy; Gardner & Mills. Newport; W. T. Carpenter

2 Casks: .Shoulder-) Diii!>cr and eakf.tit: knives without f.1 ik., liiii s b'-r-t medical: aid in' the city of Home and notwith- 11. Cnchlow i Bro-i and Criehlow Fisher & tHo to i i Rectified Whiskey will be changed by the use of the '; J Co, Waukeeitah ; Jlosdy & Pope. Madison ,

:i nhl Sugar boune IllncH'! *, ;nJ foike in f('U.-, C.'In'r and elccl cinglr.! tine piN4Lt :. .tall.'!ill; the: earnest and f>lliful alciti of tie, nnt call arid bottle their accounts immediately cither l 1"y 'I: Oil of Cognac, to New York Brandy, Pine Apple j t tI Palmer & Bro. M ,tieello 'S.Pulesten. Mootkello.W. ;
l.si"'n..b;' fhe l c'>!ii'inucd to and cash by will be in the bln".11 Brandy common Cognac Brandy &e. I
IliskeJj.J" j grow worse or note or they placM Chattabaochee BalLad! d Widgeon -
Z \\ \, ._ c'lllcn .h".lrl. fivit and 1 razors ; ti;o double! ; LACOUR'S OIL 01H Rogers 4fdx. ;
worse, ti'itil iliey t1:* ca3C : able, and of an nttoriK-v fur collection. E changes common Reel-
gave up j 0.
Manamia Nicholson i Zeigler, Dainbridg ,
f. ; Clnret.ach I.tuiiiutcdtcii and stub twi ;
li.-.rr-IeH] : -t gun I!. c<*:iijion I ified ;
- ; All \vill: be Mild Io* bv shot I'luohes >\arious paUernline; aruile.nmnujn advised l ami.ut.-.fion. I .a fl(1Vi5II lby manvofmvfneuds CRICHLOW, FISHER i CO. ''I Whiskey to MonougHLela Rye Whiskey old Virginia D. II. Dickinson, Bainbridge E.Seixas, TbomaiTilIe[ ,
jru" to \ !i-t DR. W. It. M03ELEY. of (;Jrif'in.Giu Mav :;, 1SJG. is Malt Whiakey Biturbun Whiskey &c.I : GA.
S.S. J KNIGHT. fli- ki tlcauhi .
nvder] ro-ls. an-1
] : > ; 1:1.C'ap.- I I OIL (OF CEDRAT
which I did. and, a'-lonisj'inj as it h- had -- V S change common Rectified I
seem, --- ---- -
may 23 1"5 .
WILlS w..l cuttvnani J.t l ab fvr February 8-1.1
- ---- tjunsmilLs.Silver _
her tll tin 111 eincd iriihln one mont/i and x'tc ;., noir Hides"Wanted.. i iAAA Whiskey to old Irish Jlnit Whiskey, and a superior ---- --- - -- -
For Oharles1oD.. autl Plated \' ; '! article of Scotch Wbi '
:' in f11frll4Fil1/ I would advise nil.ho arc afflicted BEEF HIDES Wanted for which time. key. Notice.SIX .

I)\ILE Expect to &rr\'e. The Bih Silver! table, deseit aId tea spoons s-ilvcr folk*. soup with Scirrhu, and l Ciincrroim afFectimis to visit: the, <)\J\\J highest wil} be pai,) Aleo Deer OIL OF PEACH change* Whiskey to Virginia admtnutra-
price months after date the ,
r Tiuus, which will lt-n\ "ith df.pntfh IUd cream ladles, butter and ].iekle knives, putted! Doctor without delay, as I am lati th.II.y experienceand and Ottf-r skins. DAVID WILSON Peach Brady ic. Oil Peach and Oil of Cognac [ undersigned deceased will
Estate of It. E.Gibson ,
_ (,.r the above Po-t. Bein her last trip f a tl-i" i'ca:onPlauleis forks and tp>on?, waitert, cantors cake anti fruit bap- ( ijbservation, that )he is tie! most okillful phynician Tallahassee, September 29!, i 855. ;S9 'j will convert common Whiskey to Apple Brandy. I I :.her of the accounts and Touchers to the, Hon. Judge

will do well to axail themselves this ojx>r- kets, clectio jktcd, tea ct.s. and rummuuioii ",Mnice in the Southern Slates, in the treatment of that horrible ---- ----- -- -- --- I I OIL OF GIN converts the poorest \V'Iiiekey to Hoij j I present

tuiity B-jpplving to Chrkh'n.1tIC1I.RISOX. butter, su:ar. :11101 1 cream tli'-heto. chaml tCr :md pailurraiiJksti'ks : i (.lise.t-e! Cancer. A. D. CLARKE i I land Gin. Scheidam Schnapps Rose (un, Swan Gin j of Probate will for Gadaden to be County,from for final the administra.torsliip settlementand ..

&WHITAKER.P saltcellars, bc.quet holder;, card and WILLIAM II. MITCHELL, England Gin. &c.LACOUR'S j i apply discharged

Xf\ April 16 f fw! "r basket', and biitUnuiat van e.IE'iCCIILIIOllS ). E. MITCHfcLUJ. MERCHANT TAILOR 'i CONCENTRATED ACID wm'llinfiveI of said estate.
19.1fj .. .. _. ; I II FLORIDA A.F.OIDSOdml'x..
h ___ _____ _ : : .tISC24.: :/' r III J.r M'. JJru."lllrl. liviiif, ltd. .I hours after being mixed change five gallons of good .
}l-i'.M. (:J.i, October 25. 1854. DIALER ix IliaD\ MADE CLOTHING AM) Vinegar and h\'enty.five gallons of uater to thirty April 26, 1856. 166nnHidel
For sale. La-lies I d'ulco. ilrlielwvik b >xc=. jioaii. I'-.ilin
-- GENTLKMKN'S ri'UMsni GOODS. gallons of the meet acid Vinegar that can be found in 'II
A A SACKS SA1.T. in first rate r.rdor \1v iron and :ior x-''t |1'1 it m'Miai", jn-arl: card cisco- the markets. By the use Lauour's Concentrated Acid '!

)UU S. S. KSWHT.Sfpt rtll.elCUI: al utrklace :uid arml -t*. jet bracelet*, C..a.B..D.1.1. TOW receiving at the well known old stand for- !;I Vinegar can be. made for one dollar and sixty cents- j 1':1 TANTED in any quantity, for which the highestY .

_ l r 1 : necklace ntiJ b>so'i: pri napkin[ rin!s. hair and toothbrushes. uu-ro.tpm I tint are d--irous of availing! tliernstlv _L 1 merly occupied by Clark i Stillman a general j, barrel. f marketpricewillbepaidineuhorgroerrieLBROOMSE

___ em1_ 1f: :_ ___ assortment of Superior Ready Made Clothing.Furnishing per
4 }mt re\vers bbell. buffalo india rubbtr ami I <'M "(IDH. MUKLl'V'S( 8>r\it- '. will find him ut FOR MAKING Laeour's & HEIR.
Garden Seeds ivory conrV, china nnd! wax dolls razor ttrops and !his lNFI131A1V. Jjl OAJJW.A y. (: ItIFFINJ( EOR01 Goods, Cloths, Ca&jimeres, Vestiugs, &c., com- V no preparation-only pouring the Oil into the Oil's Whiskeyand require September 15, 1855 87 .

money belN} cigar ea"cs, feather) dusUrpailur: and 1\. posed in part of the following articles : shake weiL The

\ I'IiESIL supply of fre'l. seeds fr..in Tlwi bum's:, d I or bills boheiui u glass and chinaases and bad Patients boarded at f l per d.iv: or El 1G ]Jmcr montli. .Fiue Black Dress Frock Coats. fine natural Liquids thus made will harce STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESS
aroma-a full rich oily taste-a beaut
: Lin'ling per Mietic aud for Kile bvMcNAUGHTA ket, terra cotta va-.cs anJ jiildieis jK'rfumc b ttl(.,, FEES, in all case" t., be agreed J upon before under Black and Col'd Single Breasted Frock and ful color and fine bead. .
transparent a Laconr's Oil AT NEWPORT.
OK MOMJfiautin and side take Xo will be received this cfitabli h- Briciness Coat". I
centre into
I jewei cas s, suspen-ion lampA, lairpMiades II. case : three distinct
:cW)P..irt.hfl. 1\ 15(;. 2 chimneys and wickt'i"lint alltllfc. guilar-i, meLt unle-s is believed on examination that it. can .ii FHIICJCas"iiuere Jo. do. do exert properties[ ; in converting common : 'fIIE undersigned still carries on the above business

I __ __ __ h ___ _____ banjos, t.unbouminem, accordcons. claiionetn, flutes mid be cured or admit of relief. All cases rejected will Black and Colored] Cloth OerwaU, I. Whiskey with to and Brandy subsides Gin in, :the. form The first of Floculcut property combines :. all ita branches. Buildings wall calculated fur

? Potatoes. fifes guitar and violin ttiin;s, tine ci.l(:ne and othir invariably be charged $5, for cx.tminution and a \j'e. lilaek Doeskin PanU. tioles the whole of the oil par. despatching wagons. D. LADD
}perfumery, and a general irtintnt, of Toys.'atcbef All let'tei-", to entitle them to notice, must enclosea Fancy and Cord Cassinicre Pauls The whiskey is thus deprived of(that Amylic peculiar AlcoboJ-irritating I Newport, September 2.,18M. 35
BBLS. Y.Ut\P"titoer. landing in ih.cor- and and in for the of Le directed Black and t'uncSilk Vests, | I
t' jnst \\ jewelry repaired promptly the -tamp" p.mnent po.t-agv.and i and taste and becomes neutral
burning a spirit f I
'Avf) and {,.r Kale bv Fancy Velvet do. j GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
.t r. I test manner.rvtJer to W. R. )M03ELEY M. I), the second consists in
ii do. Cuss. iii,. i property an ocly mucilaginous
MrN.ttTGIIT.r .tORMOXI: !) : Cashmeres, i
lS."i5 Griffin
20.C 42 Georgia.
: I. White Marseilles t taste imparted to the Liquors, which renders it mellow, -0--
: -- do. D. B. !
f'W 185C. 2
J"I.l Febiuan, 2C; 1 IfcoG. ly-8
: .
1'11. - -- -.---- -.. Notice -ALSO- i' and imparts an appearance of great age ; the third DR. T. J. CUR LEE ,
-- - ---- --- i is exhibited in
i A fine property the rich ,vinous nutty odor
(;rorerl assorinnentofSbirtsCollaro, CravuU. Black
(! SIX iuuuUi8aHerdalc! we w ill ]present tnrarcount : I.eon County Iron Works, V White and Colored Kid and Silk Gloves self that imparted to the Liquor. which renders distinction : Practicing Dentist ,
sorted IX'aiiK Liiieeed tc. to the lion. .Jud.ce ..( Probate of I adjust- 1 j I from the Genuine Brands
COFFEE Sucar. a! -Oil. aud < ; TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. ing Stocks Cotton and Merino Under-shirts, Jeans, I impossible. THOMASVILLE OA, and MONTICELLO-
te, .tc.A.?, Hamilton: County, fir a final] ''potllement of the estate ; r Diawers. Brown and I W: These Oils are put up in quart bottles, each I IN and.
Iveifrh l S EtaLhiiumunenrt li now iu full operation. All Fancy, Cotton Lisle Thread I > and MADISON, FLA, and their respective
M S.\CGHT a ORMOXD.NVw of Stephen late ofzai.1 County lefeased, and I .1"11 01,ders will lw attended Ur with promptness,and I Hose.,"White and Colored Cambric Handkerchief, oil !i bottle contains sufficient Oil for making 300 gallons of adjacent counties. He manta any number of Artificial

: lV.it. Ju.13. 1656.. 2 ask l'> be dipcliartred" as Exrcutors of ;ai.J state.. all work done with neatnebs and dispatch. of which are offered to the public on reasonable terms :' liquor. Full and) comprehensive directions accompany Teeth from ONE to a FULL sett, on the IatHt
.LUJES 01. I
-- --------- -- - / I".xt" to.F I All kind of work, such as Steam Work,Mill Work I and warranted as good as offered in this Markel.l .- 'I the bottled. Price |2 per bottle. improved principle giring them that beautiful lifelike -

_ Notice. WILLIAM BASSET, j f.i ; Giu (;'earing., Sugar Mill Circular Saw Machinery, ;l Call and examine. Cgf-: One bottle of these Oils (five in number) will appearancewbtth approaches Nature so nearly

; O (X tn I>UI* afi-r late! we will pr.-triit cur aeeount4 .-l. 1C. 1 lh.5G. 7 ,I Shafting. Pulle, Hangers, Plough Castings Brajs ; November 10, 1855. 45 I be securely packed and shipped (with Jbill of lading) aa to challenge dctecuoo by the closest observer.

O :m.1llt'I"1 : to the H'tu. Jml,. e of Pivbate <>f Circular & Upright Saws. Castings, Ac.; jdo Sugar K.ttl"lIlV size kept I I: -- .. i _. -____ ____-_ ___ I free of charge to any part of the country upon the Persons needing Dental operation on their NATURAL

; 1l-.it..n! Cnunty r..! a fin.il s<'Ulem..nl of t'I'' constantly on hand. All work done in such establishment John McKarspeucie ) In Gudsden Circuit Court i receipt of plO, to the address of Teeth and wish him to perform them, can by
*f>\ Moat, lateff"ai county, dec(: (:d. and, ak flOE J CO., and Welch d. Gii.Teth! Circular Saws will be done by us with a particular regard to : ".. t In Equity. : P. LACOUR New Orleans. applying have them done at following price*

-. t.\ti' dlAtlre1:9 .dmili.trlt..i. 4C, 4S and 52 inch tie, on hand and fur the ctrength and! dumbility of the work. I Mary McKarspcncie ) Bill for Di\orcc. I I March 1, 1856. 9-6m which will be found to be MUCH lower thaoba s'eCbeen

EDWIN WIlEDH.. Faleby D LAUD) Competent Workmen always in readiness toput up IT appearing to the satisfaction of(the court by affidavit I I '- offered in this section of country before, to-wit; :
X., SJit Come One Come All ,
New :: 1
Port of D. P. Holland foliciter for the cora lai-
ILZ.nrTJ: )IA1., En!iiH*. tie.Terms For filling teeth wit> Gold Foil. $1 00.II CO. 12 DO
.; .\.Jmli-tratrl.; -.- -- -- -- ---- -- will be liberal and all work done slrietly for ant that the defendant resides beyond the ,junsdic AD I examine DAVID C. WILSON'S large and tl and {2 50, ing-according to toe of cavity and

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for old aud is ordered that- thin cause be set for hearing consisting not onlyof the realities of life but also out of office, fl.
-- -- --- --- ---- ------ OFUCF STATE E.NCIXI-EU BCEXAVIVT 'plnc( Liberal prices paid Iron, Copper upon I only 50 centa-
OF : ,
: Notice. OK.OCL MILL 1'.0. ST. JOHNS JiLU! Fu., t Urass. the facts charged in the bill, on the first Monday I I those article well adapted to please all, not only in t His raIn for a full upper or lower seLl of teeth on

Ar SdTii. 185 l All letters must be addressed (post paid) to iu September 1856, unless the defendant shall on or quality and styles, but in prices. This stock is not only run (with CONTINUOUS GUMS if necessary,) u
; S"IXTYdiv :.f!<'r.latcof th! !.nitki. I I'IH ppv PROPOSALS<.tvr : ) : J. M. SHINE TullAluusee FIII before that day enter his appearance and demur : large but selected particularly for the Florida markets only eG per tooth, ipdptrfcet satisfaction guaranteed
will be received this i
) ..the Jcl/c of Ir",1)1t( of I1arniItiu, SEALED I March 11, 1651. 10 plead or answer to said bilL It is further ordered which he feels assured he will be able to sell as iu tttry instance.

county.. f>r the admission to l'ruof' Jf the} irupiipa the 20tb day its of August, I 1850 for constructing ,I i __ __ __ __ __ -_ _______ I Ii that a copy of the abovo order be published in some I low, not ouly for cash aud the produce of the country 'I Those desiring his services in any portion of tin

tivci'ill of Retua D Burnett late of sail ootiuty (dc- a Canal rith ni-ces'.irv npp.MiJ.igc i Most Approved. Corn mill in Use. i iI I newspaper weekly, for three consecutive months previous : but also to those who'have- been dealing with him above named counties or'any other section of country
cutli Lift Guard Ix ck R ins
l.J1ikll. A.c from
81 > if .
I f'f.uel.TlMS next of tin we thercort mtife too]jpear i I II to mid first Monday in September. Dona and i for years.. V All those wishing to purchase w. would can upon applkatko by tetter to cither of.the abaft
mod content th come if they. think Lake Hlirncy on the St. Johns to Indian Riter, a distance i I 100 OF the most unproved LANIER CORN passed at Chambers this 6th of May 1856. advise to call and see these splendid V I named Poet Offices,or oUientiM.rt cne prompt it
thirteen mile, 3.410 feet ; authorized by the MILLS for sale tho S becrilx These
Jolly n. BAKER. by r. J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. Glace Cbene Satin Plaid and striped tentioo. '
July 12. 18 ,6. 28-8w General Assembly of the State of Florida at its session I I Mills have been for some time in use through this region May 10, 1856. 19 Solid and Plaid Brocades .. -
of 1864-5 by An Act entitled An Act to I _
providefor and lower of and
- - -- part Georgia, give perfect satisfaction Gro de Rhiqes and Black Silks of all prices and &JfZal:1fcza ,
Town Property for Sale. and encourage a Liberal System. of Internal Improvements :! grinding with case 40 bushels and the rise Per Wm. R. Pettis qualities
I .11:001 COLX. ITCOD .
in this State. Gecrgi.Hone.
in the with less than the
t, M' HE underjijfoed offers at private mle. the Miuw- Proposals will fpcify the amount for which timework to day it. The maker furnishes ordinary a baud gin toput power it up applied -;. I FROM NE W ORLEANS. Solid Black and and colored Cashmeres Velvets, and l .3. L S *'AUt ).

t, JL, lag Jetnb property, known a* the Jra\ii Ix U, v ill be (done the mode and manner in which I and one warranted to give perfect satisfaction. plaid Herms JCDGK Lor. Tbomu"I11.. 01'

4 viz: Lots M. 5. 27. SO. 48, HO. 141. 142. 13.j. j payments arc to be:made whether buds or moneys I; Call every and cxsmine them at D. LADD'S. ,I 120 I CASHS Sides and Shoulders Solid plaid: and figured Delaines L J.S. Wnu. )
Extra Embroidered black
'iS Bbls. and
144. 22C. 227. 2S5. 289.240. 241, 242. 2.U, Q44, 245. or portions of each. Map Profile end t-.timatescnn April 21, 1855. 16 Family Flour I plaid Alpaccas t VT. 8. DitwoitH Eeq.

IJ- 248. 246. 2i0. 25!, 253. 254, 25G. 257 258, 268 all lit Men at this office end any information obtained by 1 I i ii 100" Superfine i Black Bombazines, I C. 0. Fits Yiq.. }
-- -- - ----- 50 Rectified i Spanish and Mohair Debaigca t Menra.W .
-- Wniskey us.Ool.
in the original plan of the"'C ty T&llahaseee. addrewiog the undersigned at Orange Mill Post Of 1 J.BvDD1 Monticeflt'.
-ALSO- fi 25 Prim. Black and colored and silk I IUIL
iS j Talmas January:
[f Lots Xo. *. 1,2,3,4, r, C. 'i. in S.County qr.AiiO tame be received ground.for constructing a Rail F. I.Road DANCY over the Dealers in Drugs, Medicines &c. I 5 Syrnp, English plushed Talmas. I 5. .
State Engineer State of Florida. received from New York per bark R. H. Gam- : 5 Lard Dotted and embroidered lace ViiU,

: Lot. X.r 1. 1!. I Z. 15, 16, 22, 25;, 29. 40. 4$. Cl August SI, 1865 85-ly JUST a general assortment of articles in our line, I 5" Rice I Solid Black and plaid and figured Barege. I A"e db Xdve1.y
C.t.iu the SoutL i County quarter. such as Oils of almost every kind Burning }Fluid I 6 Sugar colored Shalleys TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA
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The nl described White Lead Zinc and other paints Window Gloss of 5 Boxes Star Candles.. Welch Silk and goaM Flannel*. V
ove property rmeily Blacksmithing.THE I I fIIIIJ bolMaU aad R UU Dtalen to "
For sale by R. H. BERRi.I I Red and yellow Flannels,
: best Brushes Potash Soda
; Qor, Brown. For farther information nnd terms 9uaJily.Jutty Sparkling
? which will bo liberal; apply to A.Perry Amaker, Esq Undersigned have formed Gelatin.,London Mustard, French Brandy (very best) I April 19, 1858. 16 Opera Flannels of all colon a DRUGS .AND VII1IUiV' a.

A tforney at Lt 1\', T JL11r..bA4I"lof'. I : co-partnership for the pur- for medicinal purposes, Spices Pepper, Lemon Syrup, -5--- Executor's N otlce. Lace English and Erencb"embcoitlered bands, 1' rd 8111fi.J la". u.
inen C.
e CHARLES P. MANNING.Tptil E poee of carrying on the Black- Inks Quinine, Peruvian Bark Fluid Extract ;JJudiu, Handkerchieis, B' SOd .Gllli.laieCt.Ot

: i,1 I, the above property will be for rent smithing Business in all its various branches. Particular 4'C. &c. aud a general assortment of Popular Patent SIX months after date we will present cm-accounts EmVd Collars Handkercbieb and Undenletrcs, P'1 .. .h..A ,

1- A. PERRY .UIAKER. attention is given Carnage and Spring Work Medicne, We keep hone but the very beet and vouchers to the HUD. Judge of Probate for Embroidered ChemoiMtte and.OulUrettee, aDd G.t ," Pd Nt. ..

if' Fcbruaiy- : 1C, 1656. 7-tf and to laying Axles of all kinds of Vehicles.. The. hope to mint you patronage.MILES the said County of Gadsd, for final settlement and Blue brown aDd green Veil Barera, TIIM$capa $smCtb IrQ..(

_ -- .- -- -- .-, : Ihop ii convenient to the Livery Stable of P. 11. Urn1 1 I ( NASH, i CO. apply to be discharged,from the czeculonhip of Oscar Black IOTa Vel| ,, aDd H. k ."[111 M IIU'.

:; P1orsPlows! ; kaw, nnd special attention given to hO Nbot'ing.- I March 23, IfStf.; 18 i KiUyaw deceased. ', Thread Cotton aod Linen Ltcet Pat '

Farming implements of every description done to or- I OWEN L. A JAMES A. FILL A\, Extor's. Cambric and Swki and Inscrthvs. _
i LARGEJut J.1ln MooreHowi.) Xo..l and i, f der. P. B. BROKAW, --- -- -- -- -- April IS. 1856. U- m BobbelaodllaatDliiUcU V

." /X J-iodiDT from Mvtt'c, MX] for rale by i H. B. FITT8. Notice Coiortdlfaioixi,

4 MoXAUOHTAORMOXD.yew ; given that we shall make application Curtain and Dttsa Calkoei
Jan. 12 1856. V
MyWanted 1811erlby
I :.. .-.. Tort.. J D.H,18Sg. 5__. __ ; after dale to the Hon. Probate Court of Administrator's Notice Embroider Ie Cwtabt,

; .. -- i f HaB Jlton County, to be dismissed from the admink 1\TOTICE Is hereby given,thai'tL.undmigucd will, Thit!&, black aodWbiU ,.ItI str .-. VV .
It Cod Liver Oil. I.Wanted traUon of the Estate James 8. Rosy.late of Hsmil- .1,1 at the expiration of six feonti 'fi]. )Us .roxmLers ud bUck rSk bodery. 0r4Ir.0.tt V- '

-f2c&jUBE1'fte: celclratrf ".;..Je" He I T o purchase 60 likely NEGRO MEN, from 18 to I ton County deceased. and'a"ply for final discharge from the adtnfoutra Ladles and Gents uMk"eoI'd Kid Gio.i. -_. .

I J-Jri lark & Cf,4 ItusttonV. 26 years of Mge, (for: which the highest price in I' AMOS CHESHIRE. AHmtV j tion of the estate of Natiian dolt dec s ed. I Miwiscolorod Kid Gkrec.:. t _. :1t ,

.F.: 71,' AMES d. L1VELVApril ;J CAmillbe aid.. 'Apply to S. 8. KNIGHT ELIZABETH CHKSHIRC, Admfr.' I PATRICK SMITH Ad=t'r. Ladies and Gents Lock and Kid Gauntlets 01 A'io.Z 'f11 01 .

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