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 9, 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 JOHN R. LLOYD) The Democracy of Hamilton County; in I tion of the general government, and had expressed about two hours in his usual earnest and emphatic make a more detailed vindication! of his character

I. published every SATURDAY by A'U.o11.on.eer. Motion. our preference for him, we cheerfully manner, never stopping to adduce argument than ire h3.c1o .'in this hasty article.

JA>IES S. JONES, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR, AND In pursuante of notice given alnrge and I. acquiesce in the declaion'of the Convention, or show his evidence, bat contenting What we have said is tiOt a defence of Mr.. '

believing its nominees, James Buchanan and himself with an unaccountable number of Buchanan as a csndidate for the Presidency

At TUBXE DOLLARS per annum, in fcdvauce. COMMISSION MERCHANT, enthusiastic Hamilton meeting of the Democratic partyof John C; Breckenridge, fit and able representatives aulogis and highly inflamed sentences. He bufasa member of thft party' in'whosei service -
TERMS OF ADVERTISING. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. the 25tb of July County, 1856.was at Jasper on of our principles, and eminently worthyof ssserted in the moat positive terms that Gen. he has.acquired 'tbhjh! It"ect cilIa

On square of lines, or less first insertion $1 00 July 19. 1856. 29-ly On motion JOHN G. SMITH, Esq., was the sdppdrt. bf every Democrat in the Taylor was dead and gone to heaven, and fellow-citizens, ahd hal prated that he pol-

each subsequent 50 called to the Chair and JOHN S. Union. was ndw before the throne of Grace with ,u e8 the eminent ability add patriotism which

Professional and Business Cards inserted at 10 per EDWARD M. WEST* requested to act as Secretary.The PURVIANCE Resolved, That we ratify "and approve the Clay on orio side of him andVebstfr on the justified, the confidence given to him ly the

"Dnnm. nomination's made by our State convention, other. It seemed to please his audience to State which he n long represented in the Senate .
Advert'seraents not m''Ked with and Counsellor Chairman briefly. the oh-
tho number of Attorney at Law explained
M. S. Perry for Governor and S. the United States, and afterward by
insertions will be coutinued until foibid, and chargedaccordingly. ject of the present assemblage to be for tho George bear that they had all landed safely over Jor of .
T TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. purpose of selecting a suitable Candjdate to t Hawking for Representative to Congress, I dan. To all the charges made against Mr. President Polk vho ira* him the first place
W Certificates of of estate and will Use all honorable to t Fillmore he in his cabinet. ,
publication Ipsal or April 5 1856. H represent tho County Hamilton in the means secure simply answered in the negative
notices will not be given until the advertising fee is General next their election. and said that it was the antecedents of : We do not kno'. that Mr. Buchanan
and the
pud. FLOYD & HOLLAND, ,expressive Assembly, of the adoption eentimenU of Resolutions of Resetted! That In oar approaching elec. the man ho wanted-he cared nothing about ever delivered the speech'which is attributed

: Attorneys at Law Democracy of Hamilton, in reference tho the tion for members the Legislature, vro 'lay platforms-}he never read any of them-he to him ; but, if he did, we do not pere fri .

I to aside all sectional feeling jealousies and would'nt half dollar for all the Philadelphia low a party which still entertains the opinions -,
Walter Gwynn, 'TT/'ILTj/ practice in the Circuit! Courts of Middle' action of the Cincinnati and Madiscn Con- past give a '
: TT and West Floiida and in the Supreme Court ventions. dissensions on local issues, and having selec. platforms that had been made-he it avowed can profit by tnem either aa i&e

OFFERS his services to persons wisliinq to enter i of the State. Also In the District Court of the United Nominations been ted candidates reliable for intelligence and would vote for Mr. Fillmore no matter what ground of personal accusation or of party reproach : .
the U. 5. Lan Office bv }locating Land i, State, in the Northern District of Florida. having announced as firmness to Us will kind to the Democracy. That these opinions .
in represent properly, we put of a platform he stood on. He vent for
Warrant or ot 'r""it'( He will also give prompt R.J. FLOYD. Office Fla. Col. Mitchell nominated John
attention to eu!h business as mav h. intrusted to him D. P. HOLLAND Office ApalncLicoIa, Fla. Frink, Esq. our shoulders to the wheel and use all hon- the man-:.e*wanted no platfyrms ; if be did were groundless proved by the testimony .

in either of the other (the.8 in the Capitol Chargeswill I Dec. 22, 1855. 51 Quinsy Thtfro other orable means to elect them. tko Know Nothings had a man in Georgiaby which the more raatoro life! and tJ .rf.I ,
being name
no in
be reasonable corrcfpondmetuffrticos per onned. I ----, --.- - -- --.----- John Frink placed nomination Resolved, That the thanks of this Convention the name of Cone, that could make themas I I ence of Mr. B.. has: afforded. Every .'one I II
Being Deputy in the State Ln.id Office. he of coai se i! DR. MILES II. NASII the was unanimously chosen be tendered to the chairman and secretaries fist as a yankeo shoe maker could make I knows that they are jail ,such as had_Wh .'
wil! make no ohart foi luoine-s in that Dl'p ltrnent. as Candidate of the Democratic party of ""
May 17,1856. :O-l I Oh'FEES HIS PROFESSIONAL frFRVICtS TO THE CITIZENS OF I of Hamilton for their efficient discharge of duty, shoes, and that was seven pair a day and taught and are still entertained by all the op. r

) TALI.AHA Si.K: AND SUUROI'V: NC Cot TR1'. j. County, at the ensuing election _and. Hilt. f-.Hoc-. A nmfiifi. inrr* VIA.. nti..niton.....Arl. i. .I.4 1.h. ...' _..",1. .,. _. :. It... ..:.. nnn -ifa nf inv tnCIIn ft M..N_ jllff.Piar.13 J
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in UctobiT next.Oit UU"S 4
OFFICE with Dr. !I. Nasliirniueditev\ east of the I Floridian & Journal and other Democratic members an'd had the Bible in his hand readyto Madison: and Jackson. 'Tbt; ; t;- I!
To Rheumatics Others ; motion of Col. :Mitohcl'!, a committeeof
e. I requested to ral to the school of Federalism aa AboliUoo tJ:
50 four of Mes-jrt- papers copy. swear them in if necessary. lIe was opposed
Aluy 10 1855. consisting MitcluII Jelks Ii
rf'O all persons pufieim* fem Kheumatie CoiiplantJL :, -- .- _. ---_. -- -- -- The above report was received! and adop. to the Tax law because it taxed furni- ism ia to that portion of Wbiggerv which t
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we offer a PO@ltlVE'"m..t\J in Jit/'s, Stimul'iti/ip were apointed to draft I ted unanimous claimed i Itq children Mr. COt. .J1o
by a vote. ture, and old women's thing And closed disciples at aa
Liii-newt. It has Vrti effectual in he Ra H. BERRY Resolutions expressive the sense of the
permanentcure .
The then balloted for candidates win did in the of General Taylor \
meeting the canvass (
of Chronii and IlLfiim-itic: : diseases. Thousandshave ,i Democracy of Hamilton County, relative to by saying that ho introduced a Bill in ,
no douV been reecuc.l from au r.rtinuly death I Auctioneer and Commission the action of the Cincinnati and Madison for tho Legislature, which resulted in the last Legislature for the purpose cf reducingthe and as Messrs. Seward and hu British allies :it 4

by the use of his great r l1.ed.U > Conventions election of Messrs. Garrett VanZant Dr. prices of State Lands because. they were are now dally doing in New York. and other t? '

For ea'e by I)
AId Retail by AMES & LIVELY. '1 TALLAH\S'IE, Fa.! Sept SI. 135:. S3Dili I The committee retired, and"after a short P. Doby, Esq', then being called himself. JACKSON.The '
| time in the I upon Did Donelson asseit truth falsehood :
Tallahassee. Slay SI, 16h6. 2 -ly i -- ---- ----------- I spent performance of their duty addressed the in old Democratic Maj. or iJ
meeting good
--I, Ii. N. GARDNER, I returned and reported) ( the following : in the above t He was at that time a I'4. '
5t lc, alter which! tho ..
Dll. N. G. MCDONALD I ) m etirjg adjourned Scandal i3 Charged all Answered.
1 OFFERS H: pruffjuonalrice3 to the citizens Rcsohcd, Tlult we most !heartily endcrsjtLo I' fine die" disinterested witness, not' being a candidate
... \' an 1 eurKriudrii; country. OiTicer I action of the Democratic Convention Andrew J. Donelson Defending Mr.
:TICELLO. rI."TILL veil] to the lo,;'Jenre lIfll". Juhn H. Crump. nitu I h givenus
(r,tten 1 witb i ass:<.Iii< and honorable tol'J'but the truth. Who
trusted t3 him. I a platform which has no evasions to explain t StCretaries. man '
Ifi; T50 7
A. ELLI The and conclusive vindi.
GEK, following just
Office adjoinijur that (f C.l. DJ wc rt1l. i ; and in the Hon. Jantes Buchanan and I ) dare assert thatMuj.. Donelcon lied Has ::1
Mrch2, 1656. I I J. C.' cation of Mr. BectI.'isl's the Nashville _
12-ly A. PERRY AMAKER, Urockeiiridgc, Standard-bearers who "'
COMM he'made 4
[ :bATED.] the Major ever retracted the defence .
'- i I have no weaknesses to defend' : and who j Union, against the slanderous charges that ,
WILLIAM 1 P. SLUSSEB ATTTOSHBY TTAr.LAIIASsEE IkAWt the all upon MARIAN.NA, July 28, 1936.3r. of Mr. Buchanan ? Will he authorize hi.'i. ; J
I absorbing issue of the Slavery ag.i are daily circulated against him was written .
FLA. gitation, are like gold from tho crucible, free Hdiicr :-The Know Nothing canvass I friends to say whether be endorses or repudiates ; 1
May 21, 1S5&. 20 Irons dross or alloy. commenced in the West to-day at the Court note, the opinion he expressed of Mr. t1 J
SHKKF -- --- while editor tf the Union. No
CoppnnTiN -- Washington
OF AND I I Resolved, That President Pierce in his House Marianna.. Tho Democracy having I Buchanan in 1851 ? We desire to hear from i r;" ,
IRON WASH, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL "MILES"HASH HO. Constitutional administration! man in the Government knew )Ir. BUCHANAN '
i and hU leailcss
DEALER PLAIN FANCY JAPANNEDWAKE. been invited to take part in the discussion the Banner and Patriot 6n this subject. : : '
IN AND I and enforcement of the better than DONELSON.
upright fugitive slave Maj. He had become i ;\
DEALERS IN I Wm. D. Barnes called and made
was on : i
law, and the Kansas : "J Nebraska act, has'I acquainted with him as far back I t t 4

Stovo I1tad.QunrtevSPLENDID ? ; DRUGS, fP PALMS, hewn out a solid block granite! as a pe- I a clear, chaste and able speech of about an 81I I Fillmore's Official Sanction of Squittcf :
1825, when the bargain and ..
S \ jwaortment Cooking Parlor I I dastel for the National Democray in the hour, doing much credit to himself and coun intrigue story Sovereignty :
fffjffi A.aud Wood Stoves, tIillTnQ1 with neatness i MEDICINES, 83 OILS I &c. present canvass. first originated. lie knew him afterwards, ,' 1
*&_ and durability nt reduced 1'1'te8. i I tr.r.1ll1 I take this opportunity to assure when The admission of California into the Union .f
Resoh'ed1 Gen. Jackson
Out Door Work.Roofinc. ,i -\. TOULD inform their friends aud the public' that the 0, we heartily approveof I the Democracy of the State that he is fully complimented furnishes the most memorable instance of the j 44
Proceed .
hive on hand assortment of such ngs'of the Madison Convention with the appointment of Minister to
they good
Ornairectal Front Heads. Gutt ,
ung Cop- I I and that look able to overcome any speaker in tho ranks of application of the principle of Squatter Sor t.J
articles in their line of business tho selection
as are generally kept upon
ml Tin Sheet Lead, Sheet
per C-Kv'nctiasj P'pts Russia. lie knew him afterwards in Congress
Z'!ic. L*>i i i Pipes Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop *oik i and will be receiviuregu1ary fresh supplies.! Their I Co). M. S. Perry and judge U. S. lIawlins: the opposition that I have heard yet. Mr. I ereignty, and the rao's't signal illustration of V
terms shall be reasonable. as one pf the foremost advocates of its injustice anrT absurdity. :1.L 1i
dene ntiort Standard-bearers} :
cf at notice. for in
every vanity our state flection Barnes mast showed that Mr.
City and Country Jlrrchaiils I -Tallahassee- --,- Apiil----9th--,1553'--. 14. ", as tbe certain harbinger. of \clorh. October 1lln'.r.. : .. .....'. n.l...., ...n.. _. 1.4I..._ .1._.. I. Democratic principle*, and tho staunch friend i At the period of!its conquest by American :;j
I- -- 'H.UVIC .C.J. UCII; IIV t'Hta I.U3LIF'remnont's
Arc respectfully invited to give me a call bcfoie purchasing P.B.BX.OKAW'S.LYRY I next. :: of Gen. Jackson's administration. lIe knew r enterprise! uaiitornia was sparsely popa.aett.t.
if as good, that ha signed the Fu- by a mixed Meftidan: arid Indian race. The
clsawbcre. j j53T Which; were read, an-1 si.ppoited }bv Col.Mitc'iel !. r
him the administration '
: .I;. R A'l -ri hl s tnvu.I fieri t1e very j i ihet AND SALE S"t'ASL.E.S) l l! tho Chaiimr.il cf th ctitniialttei; ;; gitivp SKve! !a'.v because he was coerded to intimately on up through discorrry of its bidden treasures of gold,
initerial an J wairantedu.il! >k. No uther arti : TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.X : ', in of )[r. Polk as Secretary of State, while soofl directed the of the world it, 'I
clo will ba nf.r: .u for File; .: a rhsiel-: '. '. 'ijv.it, .iid! i spirited a idr '5, ilo bo Lv' C'.iy and Wvbstpr and the ghast eye upon i
HPHE would! in- !! he, Maj. Donelson, was Minister abroad and and stimulated dn immigration to which them
? Proprietor
Ow'b"r I :tS. 12 < was most ,
20. -- .I u entruisii-ticu'ly applaud-d, f of Gtsieia 2 Taylor, reminding: hin: of hisi I
---- -- fi.im his lends and the is no parallel in history. To its solitary
f. in constant official with J
and the! I IIi: <'!<''t.ons: unnnimou! K kept; correspondence
Co-PrLrtner&hip Notice. |: -public that lie L. s rebuilt }h it_ _ I aduptetii I i pn-i'i.S': ; ol tj veto any Constitutional act shores peoplo of every land, race and religiomf
i i : Pnliull i .tru lt.ccd tile ''ollowiIlt ;! : i Mr. Buchanan's department Ho knew well "
hrl Hiick ttLleat the 'd fcUml r-iul
e < is ti"r b
rrj C uoj!r'i f'd have this day catcied into a copal ; l-f..l'"t' J p"-f'rI| Ly Coiit-t.,: 3. And according to Mr.i crowded in countless multitudes. Neyet, "
prepared: to accommodate his f.-i'lIh and cubtomri0He c : 1.Itt: proceedings: of: tus: meJ' the feeling that Gen. Jackson entertained towards '
.L. !incrship in li>. also has .tt'\ hell to !hi* Stables, a good Bsmith !- :- !i i! lug ba forwarded to the I Jitor: of tlurinri. i!r I'.W" JfC'd i'lri; I cUe' :, I!ha }Leiies t h.t it is ; since the frifstrtio'ncttn'an's vain ambition .: :

l' WHOLESALE & RETAIL : Shop where I l.e will have have done all kin Jf '1 Itan < Journal, wit!, the request tint} the I! ConFihiition.il tu rib'olish slavery in the District him, au't it was with all of these advantages at &ibel had tbera been witnessed such a l'
: Planta.ti.u'wurk, Hone fringing, and Cani.stjework in j and the idforinatfo'n! they afforded confusion of tongues and combination of .I
:rE1JThT3S .
i fcamu publislaJhich: vas read andJL' i of Columbia and in the Territories belonging
ihs beat manner and wiih piomptnteo and di'- i | -
under the c&tnc and .stvle l of very dopted. him, that Maj. L'ouelson says in the following complexion. ;1
patch. ; j to tho United States and td interdict I The sadden and wealth
: Novembers' 1853. 44 1, There being no further business' on motion article, Mr. Buchanan has: proved that promise easy j
S AMES &J-IVELY.! the I slavery in the States. His having contended I was the main principle of. attraction. but.the 11
meeting sine die.JO'riN .
: ; ; and Harness I I he. 'pos8esses the eminent ability and patriotism the
Carriages Buggies absence of
i G. SMITH Chairman. I so manfully with prejudices of longstanding ordinary legal restraints ,6Fa ,
THEY win bs pleased ee their friends I wh'ic justified the confidence to stable contributed nol fime ;
and patrons at the old stand of D. II Ames, ;I For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. JOH.V S. PuKVIA:CE, Secretary. in order to enable him to carryOUt given society, s> t Ii.}
il where they will keep fuU and general Subscriber has just received a -.- I Law did Hoi that him by the State which ho has so long represented swell the volume of i immigratbn. Of conria I
1"IIE A signify '
> Atisrtmentufrlic1ed appertaining to their j large supply of Carriages, Democratic Meeting in Columbia I in the Senate of the United State, these circumstances ten med hit; character 1 F..
lit* of builnca e. 1. IL AMES. i iM. Buggies, and Harness, which he offers I Southerners should trust him because the of the early popul tiort_ of California-
LIVELY. for sale on the most reasonable term Pursuant: to previous notico a Democratic I and afterwards by President Polk, who gave
I;I I twelfth section of the Know Nothing platform Fugitive felons the doiperat victims of mis. .
January 1, 185;. 1 i i i November 18, 1854. 46 meeting was held at Alligator on the 20th I him the first place in his Cabinet" But 1"1'
I which Im Southern frienda contend fortune, needy adventures, gamblers and
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MEDICAL NOTICE. i j purpose of ratifying the Cincin- hear him harlots constituted the chief
i A. L. FISHER I : element in the 2
t'lat! ho stands had been stricken
j I nati nominations, and to nominate candidates out or expunged -
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. first colonization of tha No Idea i iof
8e- m territory.
: "What if Mr. Buchanan in the ,
I II for the State Legislature.On I leaving him not one solitary plank on early partof '

( DR. BURROUGHS TALLAHASSEE, FLA., I motion of M. P. Doby, Esq. Mr. WM. which any Southerner could point to to guide his life, was a member of tho Federal par. nity nationality of race,or no tongue principle!, existed of patriotism theM, no fJH t

I !located In Tallabawe offers his : practice in the CourU of the Middle Dis I O. JEFFREYS was called to the chair, and ty and followed the false lights of the men among :
proc WILL him in the administration of the Government Never
HAVIX'1 people. were any people so ottsrly ,
,and in Thomas Ga. I
soi vices to the public. Oflice oppotite County. j MesHis. A. J. SJILRalld A. ELLIXGEK requested who aro oven yet the oracles for a large pore .
c.T Office in tho Capitol, 2d immediately 'that he stands Committed the incapable self-goveinerent a"fid so flnfit for ;
Dr. Barnard" Drug Store. story to act as Secretaries. now no more to tion of the whig party tAre they 1o be rewarded -

I June. 23. 1S5. 26Gmt over the 21 room, I85.(,f the Clerk of the Supreme 29-1 Court. I The chairman then in'l'T) explicit and South than Fremont and if elected he could for persevering to the bitter end, and the exercise ot'ponrca 10 ereignt1.N ],)

MEDICAL NOTICE. _July, ___ __ __ _, __ y____ h_' appropriate remarks stated the objects of the not veto any law passed by Congress relativeto seeking, at this moment, to reinstate the California without, the Military Governor of I
authority of law, assumes j
doctrines of the Federal rAnd .
E. BARNARD\ primitive
Inns. meeting. present issues of the day the abolition of party the prerogative of convoking a Convention : J
is Mr. Buchanan to be scandalized be-
On motion committee of live .
GAMBLE & BETTON a was appointed
WILL COXTIM'E THE I slavery, &c., (or he believed it Constitu ho had tho Ufa of this heterogeirons mass!" of aliens, criminals t.
cause a quarter century
to business for tho courage
O 1'PEII their Professional Services to the Pub DRUG & MEDICINE I I BU.SINESS I i prepare meeting.- tional. acknowledge his conviction that rfhtf paupers. This: 6rtt step M the or. 4 "
lic. tT Office opposite tie Store c.f Mesar J I Said committee consisting th. following ago of tire
liodgkiss,Scott & Poule. AT THE OLD STANU, MON J3 gentlemen : Dr. Samuel T. Day, Messrs. Col. Baker, tho Know Nothing candidatefor those doctrines were uhwise and dangerctfj, ganization government of California.

January-5. 1856. 1 NVm. T. McLearan, Garrett VanZant, J. Y. Congress, then came to tho sCand, and expressed and could not be maintained without destroy was as flagrant an act'of deposition' soy 'I t ,

that Gentleman of the ing the republican principle? By what code illustrated in the jiwge history.
JI.1 HARD T. BIECHETT. CHARLES W. DOW.M.NO OF TUE MORTAR. Jones, and A. J. Prevatt. great (surprise, California had
opposition use such abusive terms and resortto of justice-religious, moral, or political- gone through no perBffllna-
After absence the
BIRCHETT & DOWNING, I a committee such unfairness, and seemed to be aston does the special organ find that it is more ry pupilage of territorial government She Jt Jt"t

ITTOaSEIS IT L\W & AGENTS FOR CLAIMS I Corner of Clinton and Monroe btttits, Tallahassee. through their cbairmart,.reported the following ished that facts should be told and the meritorious to in than'to had n'O'polltic 1 existence. Her inhibCtsnts

_Januarv_ 19.1856. 3 %_- ----,-.:--- .. -. .. ante.. I .. persevere. .. .,.10, wrong_ wprA .nnt'n nrk".ii'frt1_. _. r.nriT_ 'flv.w _..._.
,;\.u., 11*IP, SCVCHIII s lref, -- rtBUiUllUII3 cedents ot Mr. rimnore brought in question, acKnovviuoge ine conviction 01 error, ana to wv-f- -- -- K-I -- y--r.fm "-01 W

WASHINGTON CITY. Dr. P. Lewis \V UERR.-\.S. The present aspect of things in which were prior to his accession to the do what is proper and commendable after. : nothing but squatters. Their numbers had

I notice his friends- and is well calculated that if Mr. Fillmore wards the of truth Does the I not been ascertained ly' legal census,so aIo
pracVe I l;' f.-re the Court of Claims' and GIVES to pat- our Country to excite serious Pjosidency; was opposed as votary
WILL!* l1p. claims bef.tc Congress aud the sy- that} he is now in possession of. anxiety for the safety and perpetuity to tho.fugitive slave act and if it was contraryto special organ desire us to republish the nu. determine whether they were entitled to a

era! D plrtm'l"Its. : "ll the rah.Jt improvements in Jent of our institutions, and threatens to disappoint his former avowed principles and antecedents 'merous evidences afforded by the recent Congressional repr ser ative. Yet they responded
*. kt, The extraction f Teeth without
ti ( producing
,., _Jy28.1S3._. 0w. ,i pain, by the aid of a local application which consistsin the hopt-s of the true lover of liberty, it was the moro honor to him for it, speeches of the President's cabinet, almost to the summons of their military .

:!3. ILLS, i npplvJnsiari artificial fief/mtr iriixtuie to the parts I as to mains capacity for self-government ? having had to OVCl como deep prejudices of deifying Alexander Hamilton, the great prototype master, and State assembled in convention to or. : .

: until fuily Ijtnuinbe 2d The immediateuisertiou of I and whereas, we believe that this state of long ..tun.Jing.1... Baker charged Mr. I of Whiggery, in order that the people ganizo a constitution. This convention '
Wholesale and Retail Druggist, Temporary Set on Gutta Pt-rclm, ")hich can be I was called wrthout legal 8:1 ntioD'. Its mem. \
things results uiiiinly; from departures from Buchanan with bargain and intrigue.amlsaid may see that the real issue of the parties, :
NEWPORT FLORIDA.O i worn with c.r.f'Jrt. and ease till the Guina are fully bars were cridowed'with no political privil:
Set then inserted the true principles of our government, that ho was guilty of dishonorable act, and stripped of all tho disguise which is thrown
prepared a ptrmaneut ; on
RDLRS fra Phjircians an.] J'lanters p.t up that beautiful plan called continuous Gums, which are brought about by the action of nU those not worthy of the support of the American around it l fly tho momentary passion and errors eges. Nevertheless, they assumed absolu.tr!

with the #ie3est care. I si much M-om and admired, for beauty, strength, and parties and factions which have: from timeto people. Ho wound up by heaping upon the of individuals, is exactly what it was at sovereignty to themselves, claimed complete *
2, 1856.
February R perfect cleanliness. Hmo arisen and advocated measures administration and the old line whigs that re- ,I tho close of Gen. Washington's administra- dominion over the fedoral territory, ventured '

LOSe & UALBKAITuiATTORTCEYS I ._Mav_31. 1SSS.: 22 I limitir: no sanction in the constitution fued! to follow tho Know Nothing party, all I tion, when the Hamiltonian school in love .I upon, the exercise of, the. .supreme act- of. pop., .1 it.

I JOHN VV. EVANS, I which binds us together ; and are justified manner of abuse, making some of the -.most with British precedents, brought forth the uiar power promulgated an prgamc mstra* 'J 1.1
AT of State Goverorncnt.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, in some cases only by a loose construction erroneous charges against the Democracy I alien and sedition laws, and tbo republican mont

MA. LOX A J. B. OALBRAITH have avici- BAINBRIDUK:, OEO I of that instrument and in others by tho over listened to, and most positively denied school, appealing to the common sense of this instrument, which was void both '
J! themselves in tb Law.
will ltttII41! tLC CarU in tlio'.Mi? practice iHle 1 Circuit. the They Sjprcme i '' TILL pv profupt attention to all business en I discovery of a higher laic the Democrat that the.t wclfth section in the Know Nothing the country, reinstated the constitution as a fat want ol authority to enact it, and becaYoia 1'1'By

Curt !1'1 tbo District: Courts cf the United !I T trailed to his car, in the Counties of Thomas, ic party of Columbia county deem it n suit- platform had ever been stricken out or expunged compact between equal States, and put down of its own ?mtrinsic illegality, the squatters of !

SUtes at Tahhas.ee. !: Dtciitur. Baker,, 185 Daughrrty;. ,*Calhoun*J ,tf Ely and Clay. I able occasion on which again to avow by any Philadelphia! Convention. the dangerous doctrine that under tho guiseof California Interdicted clavory in the territory '

Office opposite tic Coart IIou.e. i 1 _FebruaryJ7 .----- their unfaltering devetroir io tho Union on Savo the abusc which was popular with his the terms we, the people and general iccl- and excluded the South from equal participation .

.October 8. 1851. 4- ly I Just Reocircd. a constitutional basis, and their undimin- party, his speech was without point or ef fare, as used in ,the preamble of the cdtistitu- in the common domain. This was

". S. B KNIGHT ; T EMONS. Guava and Currant Jellies Prune, ished confidence in those doctrines derived tion, the federal government acquired a pow. Squatter Sovereignty with a vengeance, aggravated .
JL/ Penchos.
Peais, Sardine, Oysters, Brandy fect.Then
Preserved Lemons Oranges,Pine Apples and Gin from tho constitution which have fever distinguished came Col. M. A. Long, that well er to do whatever the discretion of Congress by evWy circnmstanceofilegalu.

AUCTIONEER! COMMISSION MERCHANT get Green Gage Marmalade Lemon Syrop Raspberry them as a party, and to whichwe tried friend of the people, and ia a speech of might decide to be best for the common sumption of authority land oppressJTO e% h

TALLVHASEKE, FLODIDA. do. StrawberrydoPineApple do", aDd Gingerdo. arc so much indebted for our present not exceeding an hour interested the meeting good! If this is the expectation of the special ciao of arbitrary power. The Topeka Coa- .

% ptember 1. 1865. 05 ., Rupherry Vinegar, Fresh Salmon Lobster, had- i prosperity, and greatness as a nation ; in one of the most able speeches I have heard organ, wo are ready to gratify it ; but we 'vention of Kansas, dhttngulshed by so many !
duck liallibut and bbad. Assorted Pickles. Scotch I neither abuse trust that in 'so it will not blame for 'similiar instances of and af.
"WILLIAM SCOTT I Ale and Porter. I therefore, for some yeans, resorting to nor doing us outrage ; wrong,
30,000 Ifnvann. CI nrfl. Resolved, That while wo see a large portion fiction but relied as all affectoal speakers do tho pain resulting to one who undertakes to fords hardly so striking an illustration cf the

A'JgTy AT LAW, I IMONTICELLO. AMES & LIVELY. of the people (f the United States clinging on truth and reason, and to the great astonishment 'kick against the ',;e'lu." absurdity and Injustice Sqnatter Sovereign 1. .

FLA. 1 1J..t January 5, 1856. 1 and novel theories dissensions of Mr. Baker the 1. 4 ty.. Yt'Mil d '
; 1nlllor
.tii.. I....".. -n f i ;... to new torn by produced everyday : S 11_ ,._ .
/ 'J 8.-flLWOI; ;;;; LIFE INSURANCE, and split up into various factions, I evidence of tho expunging of the twelfth But the special l organ, instead of man. incaamiuton. l.o/cC/wi/ornMr.-'afid by this '

WILMi.lI all more or less based on ono ground, opposition I sectidn of the Know Nothing platform"onwhich fully acknowledging the error which has high official act attested and recorded appro

THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. to things as they are, wo look! with Mr. Fillmoro stands, but excused the been committed by its party in the countenance batiofc' of the principles of AHitr"adf'J Bat- .

Attorney and Counsellor. at Law, I ACCUMULATED CAPITAL.*'. .. .1000000. pride and exultation at the J late Cincinnati opposition for not knowing it because they it has given to political:anti-Slavery organization .' tet Sovsreignty.. ? t

M05TICELLO, FLORIDA. 'I'HIS Company issues policies on the lives of Convention, where were assembled delegatesfrom never read any prints except their own side, -an error not,denied nor eSen con. Now, when tho' aid ac e *- Boct-

persona for one or more years', or for the every Stato in tbo Union, breathing but and all the Know Nothing Journals of the ceded by the Pr'esidcntf ,or any one of hit-. anau of endorsing tSqoatt r8oTiwto; otr
practice in the Coarti of the Middle Cir. whole period of life, ON TIlE MUTUAL SYtlTE ; ;
WILL, *ndTho. UJI and Lowudet County Ga. Dividends declared to the insured on policiai issued one fcpir'rt, th&t devotion to the best inter. State had suppressed it. Col. Long charged cabinet Mirii&erf, tVl1 the various speeches tho evidence ofneaf5r |QD4': adftt

trd22.I85& 12-lj for life.PUNT ests of our whole Coon try, seeking to introduce Mr. Fillmore with boing the firbt and only which they have addressed to the Abolition of an innocent cootracttejj; thIJati's.y

-"--,- *au1u! Actuary.-MORRIS FRANKIIK Pres't nothing new, proposing no changes or advocate for squatter sovereignty as shown districts of New York-imaghies that His its may retails .1M':fn|). iitiIii!)

Glass, Ws! White Lead, &c. C3f Application* reCeired in Tallahassee by experiments in gnvurnment/bqt clearly and in hi.aats relative to California, showing at office tp neutralize the'foteo ofwch'" fact by .teltm1' g I 1j "

2 AA BOXES Wuxlow' OUw. assorted sizes, 100 JADuar119.1866'. B. 0. LEWIS. bo'dly! enunciating those great flatipnal prin., the same time that l\I'. Buchanan was reviving be'stale ciargooffederalisrn against Against theby' verb. *rci j\&t&c,|mf

s,lS..; i iU Ot Lead,pure, extra. & 2fo. I.Zbc'Pabt 1 1tLi4oi1 I ciples in which we have found uaiou; And the man; for tho South and Constitutional 'Mr..Buchanan, 'who is ode, antottgst some ttMclt,H ti ught to_ eniiat. Io'cratin ,

'!.or'/ ric1aLJoHed,' .J AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. safety hitherto, and on.-\vbjch,we may wifely) party. ofght or fen 'of the prominenf men l& the .'Cdt, te; W." ysaU f ..

..110 il. ; ", CAFIIAL. .. ..,.... ... ...$(00,000. rely. for tire future. Last ofall, Mr. Myrick, the Know Noth- Democratic- party, that may be brought be D' = '"" aJ".. "

: f ui.y re-proof Pilot:(bbb. and i Ltc1J.) THE nudereignod Agent of the_ above Company Resolved, That ,while we believe: thb whole iffg'. .candidate for elector in the West, took, fore a nadonal'oonv.Qtion. whose duty'ft will lotion .ot' f .M:' ,.' t''

2M41sTramOiIj bbLOopl1.V* iab. receive application for and make ta&uruoeagtinttloM Country indebted Franklin Pierce for his tho 'standHe. seemed to' be eager for the be to put ,some one ,of them nomination the U'DJa,;.J..L\"t.J:1'. "Jconqutl rie

Spirit,TorpeotikS- &D bwrtl uj AMES At reta.ll.4 LIVELY.' I Furniture Merchandize by.Fire, on Brick. and Frame Building. unfalteiing devotion to tho principles of the contest &ndnanxious to pitch in and.makeup ,for the Presidency.. This gentleman' has of8o lht ss tad tIt&,. .

.!iuarf$, t, ;. January 19, 1@56. 3 B. C. LEWIS. cOD titllfion in his truly national adminutra- the" failures of Col Boker. Mr M}rick ?poh' I friend who will ilouSiltas Mn doe srasen .. RidlMJltl.I,

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: gr1n1r& ournal.Sstiirday 'Mr. Fiilmore and the Territory of Inportant Accessions Presidential CaIcu1&tIOfl! [FOB THE HOKIDIAK fc JOCBrtAL.] rth\thi! 'iamff (snidest band om aad
t4 \ us pany
.[ V 'I "He hat l is not for us Is against
Fferifia. Oar exchanges come freighted with the Bankrupts in politics as in every thing against the w&pb Sotrth of all partfc*,

- A tLnrf Jicfo tirce; we pubh'Jied a r*'olut5"n pre. names of distinguished gentlemen heretofore else, always try to keep up the opposite appearance IfOMBBR TWO. Sappoie thai in' 1844/wLile the *OT JI

: senterl in CoDp'-e8 on the Ch; of Jftawry 1843. in fortunes In my last I presented briefly, but I think which the Sonth htd recmed at the.handjf'
opposed to the who are giving in and In as their
-; W Democracy, proportion
: trtctiiig the (X>mmittec 'n Tpnitoiitto i i.qnirc into truthfully and fairly, antecedents, with the Mr. Fillmore *ert fresh and- bleeding, wt

KJ the expediency of repealing nn net pnwc'J l>y the territorial their adhesion to Buchanan and Breckenridge. V become desperate is their swagger and swell, present position and associations of Mr. Free had been told that one of the great ptrtlw of

Aug. 91856./ legislature 'of Floriaa, entitled "An act to Among them we mention particularly U. S. their pomp and parade. To this consciousness mont To my mind, these furnish conclusive the country had nominated him for the Presidency

f-iMiitmmtm mffm fmmmmamtm m mmmtt. mm prevent the future migration or emigration of Free Senator PRATT of Maryland, one of the ahlqst of ruined hopes and blasted prospeets evidence that he is against us," and -what would, baTe been the rwpooiaf

Ntgrocs and Mnlattoes into mid Sentinel indebted that his election, the elevation of'his party to A spirit of indignation would hare braised
DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Territory, and to and most influential old line Whigs of th politically, are the readers of the
and their successful attempt to violate Mason, and DLion's line
on which
prevent also the "imposition of a capitation tar on State. for the on power
following transparent-
: .. -: : PRESIDENT; the ame clap of ]wtsor s residing in th* Terntory.1" the guarantees of the Federal compact would would have been heard.and reapondrfd to ca
V Hon. Archibald Dixon an' old line Whig the part of its editor : of the Constitution and the
Th ? resolution] WOB intiocluccd, by Mr. Morjran an destroy the compromises the Gulf of Mexico.; man who in tie

'JAEJONAN, ftUilitimi representative from the Matt of Ntvr Y(>rk U. S. Senator from Kentucky, is making "It i is now generally conceded that Buchanan's Fillmore's.chances and prove fatal to the rights and interest of whole South wonld haro attempted toVpfcct.%

: OF PENNSYLVANIA. and its adoptio urged fxclusively by the abolition powerful speeches on the stump for the cause 'declining.. aye Revolution improving every never day go,backward and is an old are the South. The patriots of the country should, before his State electoral ticket pledged to

: members of that C iu ress. The phssa.jc of the resolution of Democracy nnd. the country. After one* j maxim, and the revulsion in public opinion within a I think, unite and avert such a calamity at his support, would hare Been consigned to an
FOR VICE PRESIDENT. Southern [ few weeks past hag been so great that Bnchanan is any sacrifice short of revolution.Mr. infamy so deep that lila political resttreitjoa
Union of the entire
was prevented by a
.. ;.. ': J. C. BRECKENEIDGE.OF represcntion in Congress with the national and 'VI'! 'his addresses in Union county, .1 few days already considered; virtually cut of the raco." Fillmore, of whom-I, will! next speak, is would luiva been Impossible. .. V

4- .- conberrative members from the nn olavehoIdJDg since, lorry ivnow i>ounnj s wiinnrew aim i lie Sentinel tins cunningly ommea 10 say I no stranger to tne puoiic service. JIG nas lint it ia. said bjr some ot thOse wfao now

KENTUCKY. I States. The "Alligator Advertiser" of the 24th tilt gave in their adhesion to Buck and Breck. that the Know Nothings have held a conclave t been honored And distinguished, and has made advocate his election that he has retracted all

4 V V FOE lakes us to task-for prrbonting this Omgressiocal in- James JJ. Clay, son of the sage of Ashland and generally conceded' among them- for himself a record on the journals nf Congress these views and opinions. If fa, give as the
and of the executive department of the evidence. I fear that 'thoso who thus in
V. MADISON s. PERRY, ciclent, SB partly demonstrative of Mr.Fillmore's pc. : a'-.d Col. Geo. B. Hodge, both old line sehcs that Fillmore's chances are improving government, lo which his friends point) with struct us have not examined the question

.. or ALACHCA cocxry. culiar sympathy for the black over the white race ; Whigs of Kentucky, addressed a largo and ," &c.V This is the truth of the matter. exultation. lIis politic.iI acts belong to the carefully, or that they are IHSS candid than,

1' end labor* fo iinprefs upon the mind of its reader*, enthusiastic union meeting of Democrats and None but visionary Know Nothings, with I country, and I will not do him the injnstice they should be under present circnrmtanccs.I .

: V.. V FOR CONGRESS, tbat ifr. Fillm-ire'd desire for the repeal of the territorial National Whigs near Mayaville on the 26th whom political laith at the present time is cither to withhold or misrepresent them. But, here challenge the production of a line from
act in question wn a matter of little importauce- Examination of his record I should
GEORGE S. HAWKINS July. Mr. C.'s. speech was glorious in its the substance of and the if in my Mr. Fillmore repudiating in any manner hit
V: and by no f.t-r mode of could things hojtcdfor ev.
be made in
than it will
do him less justice, give me plea abolition letter of 1838pr any portion of Lu
or JACKSOX cor: TT. dicativecfnn intention on his part to interfere with effect. Kentucky is certain for our cause. Mence of: tilings not seen," have any expectation sure to correct it when pointed out. voles in Congress on tlri question, and *
_ pro-
an.l peril the interests 'fa Southern community.- OLD WHIGS STUMP of "a decent with Mr. Fill- If serves me Mr.
V FOR ELECTORS LINE rrox run FOR making fight my memory correctly, diet that no such evidence will Le furnished
Now, we freely admit if this were tie only hurtful 13rcIAN.ty.-We learn that last Fllmore elected to Congress in 1837
I. A. LONG GEO. W. CALL, on Tuesday more. That gentleman is, to.all intents and was by any intelligent Dentil-man in Florida daring
instance betraying 1'ostility to the Southern half of the an immense gathering of the people of Somerset and and served until 1843, a period of six years. this canvas with hi* endorsement of it
to use a homely phrase, a as
.. : V W. I). BARNES. Union; that it would be unfair and illiberal to regard C county took place at Princess Anne, upon purposes This whole period was ono of great excitement ,1 retraction lint it H conceded by some

it :is i-f sufiiclent importancr to warrant the impeachment which occasion the Hon. J. %V. Chribfield dead cock in! the pit. There is no mistaking i on the slavery question. The abolition : that he 1m made ro special retraction ; but

FOR THE SENATK, of Mr. F.llrmireV political honesty. But we did and Isa.ic D. Jones, both old lineVWiiigs and the signs of the times. Our exchanges I agitators of the North were laboring inces I they say he has adininij.tercil the government

DE. TB.. LAMAB. nut present it ns the rnly official nctof his life portray former members of Congress, tool the btand from all | onions of the South are constantly santly to overrun Congiess with petitions for for nearly three years, and hi? adminHtraionis !

ing the anti-SoutlerlI) bias of Lis mind. If wn de and proclaimed their intention to support jiving the names of prominent gentlemen of the abolition of slavery! in the District of Columbia a sufficient retraction. If this is true, he

FOB THE iiorsn OF KEPHESEXTATI\E?, signed by us to be viewed and regarded in owiexion I IJuchanan and iireckenndge. i mis it is ail the opposition who are day after day giving ana in the torn tones, lor the abolition should have the proper credit for it, and I will

P3.. BROKAW DB G. PARKHILL, with many others of a fin.ilar cbara 'er. distinctively over the country-the honest and honorable of the internal slave trade between the State?, rxamfoe that pert of his record in mv next
old line Whigs refuse to be attached to the in their adhesion to the Democracy, while the admission of lave
.- C CHAIRS DR LTIC1EN DUVAL. marking the secflonal jx'litieinn, ignobly pandering to against any more LEONID.s.TJ''FLdRIDI .
-, .- the anti slavery sentiment BO prevalent in Mr. Fillmere's I tail of Know Nothingism. We expect a full the Know Nothing press are left lo look on States into the Union, and agaiist: the annexation

coupe si 'nal district: at that dat-. account of the meeting in a short time. in dismay at this constant thinning of their of Texas as a slave State. The
Floridian & Journal for the Campaign.We To convince the Admti.-er that did I Ball. Republican. and South saw danger in this systematic attack LMa.
we not rely on ranks, betokening as it does certain inglorious
to i *se < n the ccrund Saturday inJcn her rights. She saw in the distance EEITOR. DE. E SIR ;-Yon, at editor of the
propose one act of Mr. Fitlmi-rc's political antecedents to convict The old line Whigs of Iowa know wheie defeat. Mr. Buchanan's chances in upon
continue until after the PicEulcUti.il deC the storm of abolition fanaticism which is HetrcpoIiUn Democratic paper are doubtenanxioM.!
: him of rank scctionality and ng rrssive opposition they belong! and theare rapidly taking
V tibt. the Campaign: Flriian an.l Journal, at the fol"OTJI the language of Washington correspondent now sweeping over the Northern section of to know the results of tit prevnt Presidential! campaign
to the ins-iituti.in of si veiy, weemb-idy for its serious place in the ranks of the friend* of the Constitution
riti'* V and patriotic CoTIdr) tjon. a et-iies of rnpositiono.foi and the Union. of the Charleston Courier, (a paper not the Union, and which, if not speedily arrested in tL State, as HJ the pros jeu of Congret-

I To i n1 sri.er. .SI which Mr.[ Fiilmi-rt'! voted duinsjlii-i C 'ngrcssion.il democratic.) are now brighter than ;it any will destroy this fair fabric of govern fliooal and Gubernatorial candidates.Mv .
Nelson Barrere, the Whig candidate for | Her minds in the National
To a CJab ir3. address ssme P.O., 00S ) career; wliich jnrpofii..u3; ekindly iiicit thevcrtcr' Ail- previous time." Even Grceley, .who hates I ment. great business called me in fhg wale Jcdge flaw-
Governor, a few sinco, is out for Buc- : fc'r.a'at LH
years Council, without distinction of party, aided various nppoicttii'e&t* through Alarhca! *
00' to Ini'f.ie
To a Club of C, jilace its n-a-Iers as anintcretingtoitionof
V I hanan. Democracy if any thing worse than he hates and siBtaine Woodbury, and Pierce Marion and Pu'satn CUIt1C. Sad at wine cf themeeting
'4 4 4 5 cliV the political )lii of the
iory "model Pri-
4 j Mr. Ward, of Lebanon, a former student j the South, and who takes an elaborate survey and Buchanan, and a noble band of their constitutional I bd the pleasure of being present. From
]0. 4 on k'nt. Tiie Journals of Congress bliow that Mr. Fill- t.iI! circurr.etnuce I bare had the mean* of knoTing
V The must iavariably accpr pr.ny tho order mere scppoited by his votes, pt-titions of Tom Cons in, and the Whis; leader in the of the Presidential field in the Tribune of the associates at thcs North, used every I very nc.u-atly the state of public fee'ing and a* Ian

imr.cy lower House of the Legislature ? year or two "Gth July, while conceding to Fillmore the efib.t to arrest the excitement. They opposed c' politician: or pvti'ftn.{although rnthU election
nitr: attntcn.P9litic: st. To declare slnvi fne. who hau gone to sr.iwhh since, goes for Buchanan. the reception of these petitions, and assigned I expert to vote tvith the Democrats,) I feel qualified
: tlc: cocstnt of their master", nn-1 to them three Stales of Maryland Kentucky and Louisiana fc give tatement. At .
iu their freedom. protect H. M. Penn, of Brown county, onr of the the most cogent and! conclusive reasons >; you so unprejudIced th e ap--

Appointments, I J.I. .To repeal all law! ?and constitutional provisions i mot eloquent youngVhigs of the South (neither of which he will get,) h forced for such a course of action. They I c-auipinied.inmdn'or by rnot CoJ. Ferry of lliortv.Jodge the Penxxratic Hawkins ran was i iijateI ae-

: ii \- : a1 tV ( I 1t" 'V. UeInC1Iit1ii" (-,- oy ni.icu; me i-fi'erni vernn.eut is txiuud io protect goes me same tvav. to aumit that 31 r. JJucnanan will nn- entreated senators ana uepresontativea no f.-r Go-cracr, and George W. Call, .E q, Democratic

fct ( ad ( nvi'rnnr. the titutinn-of .f Sl.itwv.T..1. So does- Henry E. Spencer, former Whig I 1 doubtedly Virginia, North Carolina longer to desert the high positions they occu- Preoi-iijr.ti? elector! as al'o C.l.James M.Baker candidate
carry ,
\\i\i i\ address tht-ir f-llnw-ritizons! of tht? Mid \gai'is.t! tho H'imi : tiHUiiiin v.iou t)5ttutjon: at nil tolerates sl.iverv.4th The I South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, C'A. C. A. Mitchell, as.'Iatant-Fillmore elector.
die at t the JolWinj! : litres nd: }I.1aC'S : V A-.ni ft tho aTXtpuIl -f Texas eolelv ou tie Logan Gazette, one of the oldest to this fanaiical agitation. They ceased 1 can safely say to you (hat wherever Judge Hawkins
Torte1" A! cufct. I i tb.Ctnr.'viIe. grov.n.l that slaveisexisted in that oountiv. : Whi:* papers in Ohio, calls on its "ten thousand i! Mississippi, Texas, Arkansas and Tennessee, not to warn the country that there was dan baa "poken tc baa made a. favorable impression,

] 13t! Mli. To avoii.-h tla\*-ry in tl.e District of Columbia, Whig readers" to vote for "Buck and j making _altogether 82 votes in the Electoral ger ahead, and a perseverance in such a i and Lia statesman like vie v?, brood and national intLtir Vi

i'iI .. 5th.i1v though the T\I.OA j. .n;,. ,,f the Il9tii it rl,*>ii-htd tl.e ; Brcek." V | College. lleMdcs this ho will certainly get ; course of action would inevitably destroy the i aim. !.5 Lfch frn.d manner sad candid expressinn. V
;( ?, institution url I
revcr peti-.t-rd for its abolition.Oth. with the right on Lia sl.le. have eatei
1tb.(; ; The Asheville (X. C.) News, of July 24th, Union. Their counsels were (disregarded.! e a great
: : ZgTi j-ioi'i't the LUM'IIZ fliul Helling of New Jersey, Pennsylvania: Delaware, Indiana I enthusiasm in L: favor. I would not wish to be toderst
.. icHil.V I Lnftin the Dtrk-t: r.rd cLcf Tirrlt ies t-f tic--; IKK the following paragraphs of political significance Misso'.ni I, (all of which the Tiibuncnck- The question was still agitated in and ost of od as ss lag one wcrl to the personal rrejcdifeof
tIatt1iir'iiTe. ht. rni'n. Jgfclh. > : Congress, and the time has now come when his honorable opponent. CoL Ji-tr.c 31. Baker-lw>

llvrt'tdia l"V.ir rf petitions to naturx'tz'- The Bowlinpjjreen Standard heretofore now ledges are doubtful,) and probably Illinois it requires no extra amount of wisdom to see more courteou and respectful coinpetitoi-i sever took V

\oiice.Tlf and qwr'tr t/i:zi.nt e .Awiican t'n tarCih. ;/, citizens,' ofiit grots fromtv Know Nothing, has pulled, down the name of Michigan; Maine, New Hampshire, that the agitation must be put down or the i tr i.m> the on g'.ore.tie stunip I have, as La5 uerer bi ne exhibited n w little demagDgue-tlus far iathw

lIe voted i ii favor of Fillmore and Donehon, and run up in their Connecticut California worst apprehensions: of these sages and patriots
TOTice) v.ili hcrenftcr Lo o': ca rnuiidn petions to rertive n jroanitas Maryland, Kentucky: PAnvaas.
adcr6 ftm: the U.ack. Republic of Hayti.Ve stead those of Buchanan and Brcclconri.I must be realized. At Flemington. Judge Havim made his mewl
and Luui.-5.ina 12-1 votes hicli ad-
from Oi to 7 J. A. M.Lrii casting w I
; v ni rnii-: > It will lu-roafter be Where then .
"\ would ren.inj found !battling nobly and V was Mr. Fillmore, and what ; happy pe -cli. and it had tie desired effect with the
the rni! tn ca s;.t nrivc in time to atlrit o{1' the Firidi the "AiJv rti o: rai-1 the rea <
aUo that the .b
its !*ein rl-r; .-] by 0 o'clock! on avcrinc. ( ; >ve propositions FO Long: may it wave V : of 200 votes, wliirh is more than enough loj I Did he aid those hnhle .spirits, North and not popular, and among bis er naraerots personal
stoutly suppor.pd ty the hf1.JW XtLincandidate fneud*. there as nn evdft gyonpatbr fr him, for
<> Or cuv friontls wiii i 1'i-ar this .r- for the Prefiilcucy. are but tl e sequel cr con=t- those hours stntimeiits elect. In ftddition also to this the New ; labor to prevent these fanatics from consuming wrong fdf. I beard mary \ Democrat exclaim,
ir.iiul. naftor and ,
rr.jrcmr.i E ir. on designs even More defii.itely oxpr..sel ; ] ; of News : Yo i \\ill ptaasp tato tint I V "
the time of Congress and the of Poor Baker I wi h be was a Demerit like him
Smdy th: v .' ::.ct mzil. rl.nt : = g.r-i.illv:l Ir--.M) as hi* r.ii jA fcttfr, I am, no l.-ngt-r :. rr.'rv.Kii i.i! |!,r Ancricr.n: York correspondent of the National Intelli- the people in receiving, considering money and act- aud jfi-uM lue to vote t>r 1-im, but CSULO: do so tb.u

V_ which i? co poiuicd ia 1 ar.J imaj.ijg. that it I am done with it, and intend to be 1 election." ,
m u'11..g. party. a gencer, (pretty high authority,) concedes tkitin ing on theso petitions i Did he use his talents
Vi'f imte attentio!. to the proceedings of hat never f-ur.d a paco ia the c-jlumiu of a Souihtrn- free voter hereafter. That's There was nlo r n cn'.LocJajrr here f>r tLc Oorernr -
V Know all.WM. I j case the Hards and Soils thoroughly unito in convincing them Jhat they were petitioning >r*) and Presidential cleci! (Democrfttic.) and vou
Deinocrstk: :c-c-tings recently bold in the .tliirzjuurnal. tLoujrb qutntly paridcd in MAFFIT. for what the had ticket
Mr. Buchanan that Slate.- government no consli- may certainly set down tle whole Democratic ,
counties of Haiuiilon and Columbia, and the papers of the' sine (ieLt1.ttiOn at the N..ith. Iu th&: I CoMi.vr Orr.-We have a letter from may carry tutional power to grant ? DM ho warn them safe by a large nwjuriJy ia 3fariun countv.
letter the model IVesidt-mV* after matuie .flccti. Henderson the of These two wings have just buried their griefs At Alicancpj! be same oprrit prcrailei and it wa*
r >awv county, giving ns names that a in their efforts would lead V
liipWv_ } intcrcf-tuiff account of Uc recent political ._ __V VV .L:..., ...._ -__ ;.inn. .n.r A rntrinfr. nnnn,.. flu... onm-nuc.. tvitl... .... .on... perseverance rem.vket.1 that Judge Hiwli'un had been instrument
.u % .7 i Ai. tviiLi* iis O i vyvji rer'*, tin ue o 1LL1UIfl IIIdI1jUF- 01 : rvnow 'i -- --- .J.
| tuuj -ci <> uc : t'itU rig ir t -I- to untoia evils, ana mat patriotism aemsnitea
nil schiga in Li there. In ATarbuacoiu.ty
disccsiojs; iti Jackson which in healing party
county, np slavery and the slave trade, ought to be received, der who have all come out within a few V enthusiasm that has confounded the opposition I a cessation of their fanatical labors ? Truth the Demncnw are bnrmuviouanI large nujoritie -

1ir on the first pgoftliis isic.t j read and respectfully cot siklVcd by the rcprcbenta V days. Se\en l of the leaders of the Order hobts, so that we feel wan anted in putting requires me to say he did none of thow iray be looked fur.

| tives of the pe"j;>le. in Hay wood are out, and one of them, a very down the I things lie was in Congress, but not one of At Little Orange Creek tTi public spcakicg read-
3: of the
The Contrcvillc Barbecue. ) votes Empire State ted in C the Democrat There it
gOod nccount >r wan
t That Le :s opjwscj; tV> the annexation cf Texaj to j p"pular and talented rmn, is going to take ; that patriotic band who warned and entreated u
ed that the! Ivcow became disheartened
6iinui JTothings" -
We: r.re ropi'frted to slate, that a free Barbecue 1 the Uni.jn the for the Democratic cani'dates.Ptisli as also for our candidates.
ucder any cirei.mstar.ees, so !Jong as s'.cveSi stump and labored for the cause of truth, justice and : -and from their looks if not from their b"p,it
will Le j rej-ared al Ceiitrtvillo, in this i are Ltld thprna. : on the colunrj, t the} ppopjp are at work, Virtually out of the race," is he ? Ah the Constitution. He was a distinguished appeared as thivi h they bad been misled as to their

county, on the ISth it.st.acti tpeecheb inadfby That Lo i in in f vor < f Congress exercising all tLconetitutional and Know Nothin risni is a dead: cock in the ; Mr. Sentinel, your favoiite game of brag, after member of that fanatical crew of abolition V st'ensth amnn the p.r1e; and really if there are

: the Democratic candidates for Governor V p<.wer it lV4.ctEfs to boli.-.b the inteiDal [11it.> yoiir unfortunate attempts at it two agitators, headed by John Quincy Adams.He .- clo any ely.C'Kcow. Xubings in this region they keep it very

I V ;| slave tra'i iietwccn he Sf.-.te | '.'STILL THKY! COM::."-\Vo ee that f.Canivroii. years : was associated with Shade and with i. B-ikcr and Col Mitchell did not attend tt
and .
Congrc.A -$ Thatb-i< in iv-r 'f rr. !; ."1 lor li'" !. fir 'h-' rf Orn'ig" 5i a candidate, for tho Ego, is fully understood now. IJesSue', the : Joshua R. Giddings, the man who looked Orai.gc Spring bet d>l. ilcCall. the Know Nothing

Democratic Barbecue. abolition of slavery in tb; District of Columbia! : .Sen/it'- tint ennt tv. Mr. (""auiemn has a-! immortal: J>oit whom you once wished to forward to the day when the torch of the incendiary elector for East Florid/i. met George Call, the Democratic

i As if thi-* were hot sufficient to satisfy the rapacity ; ways been a Wfiig, but lias recently! doclar- throw ovi-ibo.iitl i for favoring; the repeal of would light up the towns and cities elector at this plaw and here Col. Baker separated -
Tlic! Democrats in the vicinity of Lake Miccc from Judge Hawkins and I beliere has gooe VI
V ofLisowu ur iudics. no.1 l the stern exactions of his j ed his purpose to act with th? Democratic : the 12th section and couldn't, has let the cat of the South: ; when a servile insurrection I West V

ukieviil give a Barbecue on the 1-1 th inst I abolition filends ; we fin-1 that a* Pu--iduit of the j patty. Of a truth, thf Old Line Whigs are out of the wallet relative to these flctitinns v.-oulJ blot cut the last vetagc of slavery, I If Kn-jw Nothfagism al a cold sbeef thrown over

It is expected that Judge Haukins and Col. United: States, sworn to
Terry will be p'CEent and address the assembinel i the cvr.fetleraey, ?,e approved a bill! pased by j The number of withdrawals from the j stories concerning Filhnore's! strength. The dawn of a political milleniarn." These were but littc! stimuTact at this place. The meeting
but the Democrats warmed
Richmond Enquirer smokes the matter cut his associates, and. as far aa I knew his was not vrv large, were
." 1 Councils! ol the Know in North j I ,
Congress j-ro-.ibiung .1 Southern man from bartering j Nothings lo actifu and from Orange Soring, (the Athens of
;. 1 slaves in the Dhtiicf of Columbia. The peijure1GiJilin Carolina, is larger than ever. A very common thusV votes were given, without a bolitary exception Ejst Florid) you will heargnod repoit in the Fall.

V The people of both political panic?, ;far and : i and tre mcrulacious Su iner, are porinitted ) remark in that State, when a bet h pro- : To Mr. Bolts, the great know nothing I to swell that agitation and strengthen ; A rui* ot a few Irf>urj late at night, bv land and
near, arc cordially invited to 2.trend.Col I the hands of {.hese II1C!). water. brought our canrassf to the flourishing town
I Democrat How thou-
to trade thtre itlou!; hindrance, uLiie the Southern i pose by a ?, many leader in this State, we are indebted for the of PahtkiiJii'Ve
It is however said his Southern
James T. Archer. : ccsn Ts debaired from the exercise of tl.e same unrestricted i sand will you give {" 1 secret of the extravagant representation of that he did all these by in deference parti- Hawlir-s opened the debate at tie meeting

privilege by the most t --- Hllmo" _*'.s strength in: the Northern States, ?ans things appointed at 'Ms pac! with.a rpeech well dijested-
stringent legal enact-
"VVe were ;present and heard the speech de. 1 V rr.eat. The: Mjd-1 Pntideht, .fnuctioned this odiuuri : The Old Trick Igaln I with which the opposition press: seek tn mis- lo his views of the sacred right of petition.Let .- full! of on-ervatum and respectful to )bis absent op-
livtroJ tiiis; Tharsiirv V us sec what ho says on this subject. In pner.t
by pentleinan on evening load their credulous re.iders. Invited! ad-
crir.i-.tor: r.gr.iiit' L*. u.l we called It La-j beon corr.oy-n trick with the of h
V : yet are upon R rppocetta 1 1548, he wrote a letter lo Mr. Gale of Alabama Ccl. Mi-dll f'llowej Line .Jaa speech ia which *
; last. He give a patriotic, niar.ly nn1truUfjl to support Mr. Fil'iii'.re! cr, ill otLer words to ki's I Democracy, in'r>r fx>rlion r tlnir hopfs btconr Hesporate diess a knownot-'ing' meeting in Brooklyn, i in which IIP said : "While I was in I cxUUted ctiosii'erab'efctlefit' ingenuity and a very

: : cxpniition of th<> great question: which the rod that smote tuIt V i is alleged that this il one to Lon. of their Lrilii; wHs agitation on
| he has much to do nt home I ho Congress, after tin- battle of Boyncwater it wcnld have been a
constitutes: the p-jramoiir.t isue of the day, V of f the CumrremNe Meapurcs of ]J8CO, ancl that this < fast waniiig chances of their adversary, geneialh closntheirexhortations w..11 attend as to." After this frank confession as can : riijht of petition. My rotes ?n7doitMcss IP [ fir-l rrit- Oran eman'i adJr ?8. He ccnfLied himwlfto

: which rnadv?' n deep impression upon the act was a conecfMon to the XoitL iV tLe rc-j.e-al of > : t by is'ei,'lug that tfto Dimccratic of the embarrassment of his in ; fraud; uniformly in faror of it. The rub what be cail 4 tBe errors 'VThigs and DemocratJ,

minds of his auditory. It really rt-frefh- ( tie Missouri Compromise. TLi*. indeed, was the general candidates are cither (hguteI with tLc Ftatc r-f t party Virginia 'upon which! I acted was, that every citizen: t ; wit : Luc!: uragc-ra ntrf tlje Pcj>. and* Foreigners,
was he proceeds to stimulate !hi*
Brooklyn statistic
XatiraTizHtion Saws with
nndvi of the
understanding throughout the country. But w hat the canvas, or are about to withdraw. Our readtr1 presenting a respectful petition to the body ; -
irg to hear an nble, critical and philosophical friends by the assurance that whether wei from the American's own Book," and a black l list of
Mr. Fillmore I that bis fiiends will remcrnU-r the circulated: in 1852 of (be '
says now IVLy, NoilhI etory that had the constitutional pozcr to grant or of
oilics LoWers ia t with
i (the Know-nothings this State not p.-tpiet Key 4TVe a
political r.ddress! free rf the comir4on-placc? I and South ought to have know that Le wao i>px>sedJ i contemplated abnnrlonircnt by Mr. M xwell of tie ,) carry or refuse the. prayer of il, was entitled to be C ..nUwIf .

and hypocritical rant that usually character- J to any disturbance of the Missouri restriction which I campaign, Mr. Cabell'a chances being to rrry fromis- i at defends that lime in a very large be degree upon what may I heard, and therefore the petition ought to be j Mr Fillmore ia as a.'raid of the Pope a. his eke-

offoits of the Lind. j established the precedent, and affirmed the principle i log as to rciuh r Jlr. M's. 8!:oceco out of the question, I i appear to ihcprosprcLs of Mr. received and considered. If right and rea tor (Mr. IlcCall} appear to Le, he U too badly seared
1ize Fiilmore in the/ Air>hcrnf Stales" So the to bePresident.n. .
j I tint Tcn resB has the right to exclude slavery from I and other talc of pinnlnr character. Well, this same I sonable. the prayer of it should not be de .
V D. P. Homie. Cwi. was nr.nninff bv the i I fidlitinns story of Fillmnrc' .Irmr.tK in :. 4l>& :., .I. .. ,p.nlt'e.zn
nil the Territories of the United because old i ii The Jacksonville nied. I think all votes whether the i o.a.A. 4 Ia eta. wr tad c.-a-
; 1 State, it game being attempted again. North ; my on tti U-
President address the Club: its rext is fabricated for effect in Virginia !- tional agitation ii thrc tening a dissolution of *
V I will be observed that if Cungms has tLc right to JlepitlHcan M entitled t> the doubtful credit of Since the secret is out, there is no danger I reception of petilions the consideralion of j won. ami when to divide ihfc Sooth ia to elect Fre-

rneeli.jg. I keep the South with her property out of cez Lain Ter- reviling the trick. In a late number of that paper, 1' that body will be duped by the artifice." resolutions, will be found to be consistent* niunt Freooil ai.dFree rigger Southerner can he
| ntory, north of a given l.ne, tben it follows that Con Col.! P. rry's foicrd return to his family on account of any with this rule." i found! to go on a religious criwa de. distracting and diTidm -
The Leon Democratic Club. V their own people. \v"onld it cot be better It
i gress can exclude Ler fioin all the territuiies, Worth, j the_ dangerous illncts of his wife, is ihroniclcd as evidence Here we have a clear explanation of Mr. tAt
leave this lo th Protetant Cbaieht
Judge Bcevard, the President of this ns=ociation i South, East and "vVeat. So, according to Mr. Fillmore of disgust on his part with the state of things Official Propriety." Fillmore reasons for voting as he did on i the Evangelical controveisy Pne.tbood,with Bible in theIr haadi.

at the last meeting appointed the following !- I coLstrnction of the Compromise meanurea, the i. nuJ as indicative: ( f ultimate withdrawal altogether ; In an article under the above caption the 4! these petitions and resolutions. He voted to vithitsHMaKmptotbeirC et and a light to their

: gentlemen as the Committee of Correspondence 1 South is to gain notl.ing. but lose all SoulLcin geit.I ( from the field-and something quite to the same ef i ift last Sentinel evinces a desire to know if it is i receive and consider becausehad nod wav,1*hia-d.o battle aeaiost thi thV claimed alarm L Vicar of hWtorun Christ.
i Why Any
told said relative C il. Hankius. Of it U constitutional power to grant the prayer. This power.
tlernt-n Mr. Fillmore that to
| are by owing to the el is < course,
viz: true, as stated by one of our correspondents, is his made after of known the church of Rome l I'ia a minority thrqtigbcnt
1 fact, that Kansas lies North of the Missouri Compro i hardly nfc gary to advertise the reader that nil this j own explanation, years i tie world some 20 or SO milliorj. As evidence of herdrc
C.: E. Dyke, J. W. Dabney, that Judge Hawkins has resigned his trust as ', deliberation and none will deny to him the
tht-ro in Pari 800 Priests, where
twaddle the of only
V fuse lin-, (which was not in hi* opinion interrupted and rimilar is only cunning rei'oit a i $y. are now
F. R. Cotten, R. B. Carpenter, by tl.t legislation of 1650,) you cannot be pertdittedi frightened adxeisary. Col. Perry H again with our V Collector of the Customs at Apalachicola.We .- right to interpret his own actions. i ij fifty years aco with wt h Hcf the popaktion them'
j But this is all. He held that then 5000 priests. la Rome where
VH officiating
not not
; .. C. A. Bryan, Cornelius Giisbit, i i to settle there with your slaves. congresflional candidate, and will be ia this city CD the can assure the Sentinel that such is the only ; aod ta intrude
V I Congress had the to do"all these there is a priest for every 70 people, no one
Dr. M. H. Nash, Dr. R. II. Butler, I Then, can it be a matter to produce surprise- that > 15'th iast. Our prMpects throughout the State were case. Judge Hawkins tendered his resignation things but in his celebrated power letter of October one half of the population are sceptic ana

; P. T. Pierce, Dr. G. T. Maxwell, Mr. Fillmore should vote for the repeal of a Territo. never more hopeful. A long pull, a strong pull end a to taku effect on the 10th of June last, 17 1838, he advocates the exercise of that nine tenths of the populated,if it were not for French
.. bayonets and Freneb soldier*,wonld get rid of
will efforts with fcch
rial act which excl ided that miserable class of beings pull altogether" crown our a
Ii : Theodore Ball Robert Levy, which was accepted by the President and j power. very quick. V
known free who iohibited similar brilliant cs will forever the in
03 negroes are j> by | victory put quietus
Dr. F. A. Byrd, E. P. Grant, Col. Robt. Floyd appointed to succeed him, 1 But, passing this matter of the reception of Look at Ireland; tic Roman Catholics aroredocot
Ijws from settlercent in mo't if not nil the free States f 1 1PUL I Florida to the party of grips and oaths and which from to three millians and the Protestioti btttincrentea
I V 1ib Jczpr. : _VV :__ ___ .I :. __ :_ :..* .V.- IVV.:1:.... V I V tvVir fr r ertmn fliflA nit I11 IICOfl dflf7iffOt petitions, let us refer to some t>f the resolutions eight
V says IHC UiUUUU IU &LLUU ngrel-5 III U'LUIU.r- r UU in innriirr i IIIL1ILJ to tii VLVTrIJV&- on which ho voted, and in which he I since lue aeam 01 u uonoeu jrom ooww Twarcla
R. IJ. Bradford Dr. R. N. Gardner would be know the of his official duties. of two million Cardinal Wiseman i is*> **
: ne roe* from a Territory a practical recog 't[ ooracy. The opposition and feel that their j discharge says he was governed by the same rules. On tatiefied that be" ROOM to hOd S

V James Willie, Thomas Saundors, nitioti; of the doctrine of Squatter Sovereignty and ; chances are growing small by degrees and beau. the 13th of Dec., 1837, Mr. Wise of Virginia employment. threaten. > eubigration to
V tl'crefore violation of the Constitution. Not lew" The conduct of their two Henry Clay and James Buchanan .
so.i -
W. II. Branch, John F. Broome. j a I tHully every offered, among others; the following resolutions A* to Foreign infiaeac" where i* ill Fri*'|
V i The right to legislate was never questioned in Congress Jeading State Candida ia significant of thiir hopes- tol G influence fur Btitainba M4.
On motion of lr. Lucien Dnval, Noah Mc- Some of the worst of the fusion journals Cong. Globct : what! Great joaf crx
but oppoaid cm account of the alleged hardships Foth of them hold fat offices, and although running Resolved That Congress has no to that America is for Ameri na. Tb Munro d0clHoha '
I :.V V Elvy, Esq., was added to the Committee. of the law, trhen pracfirally enforced.Mr. for ot'u-r and higher positions, and their friends affec represent that Mr. Clay had great cause of abolish Javery In the District of Columbia power or no opposition. Do ire create foreign frnce DT V.-

.. V Fillmore and his nbglition fi lends have invarifi tin:; t > regard heir success as certain, nrithtr vert- complaint ligainIt -Mr. Buchanan, growing in the territories of the United States. on permitting thin projcriptioo naturalized, its citizen object. to**!bold&t\ttM offict,, it-6Ja'f patco*

:. Or MHJ. McKiustry accompanied by Maj. I bly displayed a great deal sympathy for the culur-d itt i to rrtign / They look upon a bird in the out of the old coalition" correspondence, N031---MILLARD Fiwzou. co the very face of iti proscribe for birth and tbd* V :

:t J Le.pmirdboth_ of:, the. Untied Statei Army, race, but lie could not find it in V his heart to exerc/se/ hind north.two in tLc buth,? oiidlkold on I All this I more than thirty years ago. Yet this is utter Resolved, That Congress has no power to i* p*tailing where it will *top. Ia tho North wb**

V V ;and ifationed ctTcrt Brook?, South Florida, the power and influence of his station to save the brave boasting, therefore, and all U.w pretended belief; in ly annihilated by the recorded opinions of abolish the slave trade or prohibit the removal V serfijhn*** Uctal in the* it;Southv Southerners Aattrittuu, by bnthwillprotcrioed" bom to v hi* ,V5. .
Critteodeo and his comrade vho the declension of Democratic candidates, of slaves between the States between ; to s
were basely assm contemplated or tbatb
have been 'iojoarning in this city for IL few Mr. Clay-by his known cordiality towards North,,vfl) be pforrjhed aIhi.k.1iDgV.
singed onthe Ishuid] of Cuba. He could treat with ie mere pretence, designed solely to keep up their the Stales and the District of Columbia formed the Black 6 pttbKe aLvho bare Dot *
; : .ilaj&jpfist] ; on butiurtB of importance with executive favor and kindnesaltronegro sUalerj, whom own courngo and that of their despairingfollowersIt Mr. Buchanan for many years and up to the or territories of the United States. sndVio.Pmidemn botflTre.a the N VaPrcaiiemit

: the Executive. h< f-ardoncJ io the.District of Columbia, fur running is but the old trick of former years brought to bear> time of his death-and by the fact that his Aay- -MIIIAKD FILLXORE. tberftbrhonW.la T sued, they wfllwloleTederalpalnKiage&i.oiMiktiftjd UCU Vt V V

""-'* Qo%'. Broo ne leaves this rnoraing in corn- off taoi e tkia MVtrRy c'avc incite night, but LU fanatical in a new emergency. Tne Democracy nevtr virrcnder.. son, now living at Ashland, is a supporter of Resolved,, That Congress has no power to be Amerfcan ruling America, faxtaed. *. Tbs

: r nywith these: gentlemen, for the field of prejudice would not permit btin to approve Buck and Breck." So fall, one by one, impose upon any State tho abolition of slavery IflltuNtosa1.tb1lmesPIOTdrilL I dor I*

-. ". *-i-' tntHtary operations to confer with CoL MonbWidftitors a Territorial lav passed for the protection of a community New York Democracy United. the opposition calumnies beloie the force of in j5Vhiflhif* asji condition of admission into W* elaim tfcattio* fcr io Urt *a*** U*

? : j : connected wiih ibo removlodraBg of white inco. this Union. ha enlisted aay'reeroiu fa thi* eruade. JadgB*** Viz'seeesn.wed
.- The Hard and Soft Convention which met s pure character and the reefctltss power of lU Dsaecrstiotor. '. '
by Hf-CWJ.
JaIoftbe .
;: .
It will be perceived from the foregoing that Mr Nay-MILLAHD FIUJIOXE. -
V N. Y. the 30th inst. united truth .left'tbi*moraing.fcr 6s> JLBjmtia*, where Xderaiaad'they V
Jtfij.'McKingtrjr ;inform* us, thatlo ccnteV"9nehce -. yUImore has exhibited upon the .!ubject cf ala very Syracuse, on Resolved, That Congress, in the exercise liavi ii*Utb V ,iy. "Zb l ?131

'** : of the submerged condition ihe great pliability of nature, KixLlacka that individuality most cordially, and nominated Amaua G. : V of its acknowledged powers, has no right to tDot.tl_. cot hikin& 5. ug'-

:- : "V** *jeqonlrjr oceBpied by tbe'eriemy, a tatpepeion aod positive national character, which ihoold dibtiaguiih > Parker for Governor and Judge VauderbiltforLieutenant MINISTER FROM ENGLAND. is rumored discriminate between the institutions of one tin baa gon tJiflIb s be r.yactI$

T dfactlfe> Military,operationt has -existed /or the conduct of a pubjw man. He.U comparalif Governor. Theyal|[ agreed in diplomatic circles at Washington that portion of the States and another with a genial wcWi*. I tf nd ftao4wHn crad"tbi be"

*.a' jlle baefci'to'bfr rpwmwl 'with renewed V (bly destitute of.cleir "appreb'.o fon. fertilitr or Tel] V Groat Britain'will ere long send out a Mini*. view of abolishing the V one or promoting ;the make the adrantags a grand ct rt11vst Jzebcwifl., -vbwv .eincf L-

frfgor at early nV pWctic W .. At ent4be sonrce, firom M of-porri**,jdid-jgs4fco.idenee; to.nominate, an electoral ticket for-Baphanan V ter to upply the place of MrCrampton..- other.- I must mnhr1tsat Ii. t t"
"attribclea; : to fit men,io guide tbffoour* neceMary. and B reckon York is certain -for13kan4 V !
trontir ttien'Gt 'C. ir a bam nffitrt"toward offpobHc'tiirigcrs. attdortr Eitch ridgeNptv Left Hbwden, formerly \tnbaBMdor at MadlfiJ Aoy-Mai.AKD FIILMOSC. & TOUTTA LQVtYfli

,xiptcLe. the |<(IM oi Empirte.V Brpcli is mentioned. Against thce and many others of like char- 1'. 1MG.



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[COREWENCF..] the admission of soch' State into the _- _
FilZmorf, of.thu State, everyone of whom can now be had at allrespecUble Drag Stor c None

t .. FAI.&Z EA'krda. July 2Sd, 1856. Union on an.equal footing with the original m re padicaLe4nfteitial ; _! __- e .-29: .

-I. ThnAa-It'ai Thy goud fortune on.trdAyT lait StaNes, and to pn.hibh. slavery in certain anti-slavery men than himself." :PZIMI&G BROS. -

: : t.\ fceaj it political discussion at this place, Territories." The Sold all of the i'twflI binId, collie 1' oBM1TI ii1i4'regii .*ZL
section is follows viz Tbe same Express also contained thaoK] a% Drug Storea a TaIIIbaM. miby -TFniiTwI1oosIydiIDosed
i j portion ./(be, Democratic and Anuncao 1. DkCEMB1R iee* at lbs Cott JL T7IRTZ from W.leL fa Vam vb _
: 'i'e nnd Linking joo ruigbt desire tv learn "Sec. 8. That in all that Territory ceded lowing paragraph : c, .. { one agent leery town ia UM SooUuT House riaeSdy do fatb.0tj.ofHmdMrtdFoor. T1IaJ3aI a lir EH2v faa fct6Jd,tt4 jwfl* bc is Ii
by France t- the United States under the > OAX*iid understood to bst.bttflt toFlbridl fa lfcSicce -
Jv'hf' politicalpulte feels! is this have : Aiw c4 be1tq053t7
in ,
region "Senator
: Coroin made .
name of Louisiana aRpeechatndusky -; : OBITIfAET.! estata of Dr.WhItbL UMO notLteg 1sb.eo bearieifci
which lies North of 36 HICKOBY LAKD be3onntothe '
: ,
: <
jy-Xn-leri; to give yon the reeult of my obseivationsT&n. city, Ohio, on the 16th inst.-wheeTh i Plant- Any {fi itfvifcMfcw biV_ r t>.ttLso""4n f MIn aId XI&BILwI&Tz.iBEcYE1.
deg. 30 min. noith latitude not included : ,Mrs, SUSAN 1zcaasvor'sdeeesse ,occurred on tie 11co d te bst.Cutt0
: 0. S. Hawkins was the first speaker on this within the limits of the State, he stated that the Vice President had moreio 8th of July, at the residence of her- hotband, CoL 8. time ill lKAto Florid;: tonbalf. cleared and .btthokMly y'esivsd b
,.. nrvtjwion. The first part of hi;<* epvech VM in drfeocitrDcmocraLLe contemplated do with legislation tl'an the President rtnd under f ne* the remainder b woods. P.w. PRZt7DINTBAL, C
:. piinnpl trict c nstinctum of, and by this act, slavery and involuntary servitude that die ; '_ B. Ricbardimn, of Shell Point, WatnUa County, Flor The improvements enoaist of a comfortable wwi- New Orleans, JU.185& 'SO.t '
chance of !hvr
3rthCTneeto'the letur and of the constitutinn.Be otherwise only passing a eon- ida. in her 65th Mrs. Richardson :
.- pfrit than in the punishment of year. was.for many lag and all neeessary out buildings ; a good Overseers
:.. dfiwiJed-' the"'priot-ij of noa-iutervwtion by ciimes, whereof the parlies shall have been taming the Wflmot Proviso, would br\iqj&rct\ years worthy member of tbe Baptist Church. Her house, Gin House Screw, Stables, Cora borne*, the CircuiiftovrtdfJefenox Covxty,
tVtflsjr ita in relation to Slurrry which the Kansas Nerciulal Millard tWlmore, and thus give the control- framed bwldtogs. and in ) -l
and Martaret .Mrr
duly ocuKic-tcd, shull be and is hereby for sufferings protracted and eta peculiarly frying nature. tweo'yaegtocabnsaU iaos.ry,
.ll establishes, with aiked A
Ie Thinly ing vote favor of that principleffa a body gpod irpafr.Prrtous vs. ;. ,
ubiKtT.-thnt! tliis'lnll WHS only an extf hsi n of mid ever prohibited : Provided always, that any equally representing the slave and free State, ." wile borne .with pati-nce, ralralj "traitin* a happy wishing tc examine- this Flantatloo are re- GecrEs 8.l.caear.) BiH fu i ivorc.. -a

compromise f d by Con rrge in This 1850,vindication comiiouly called f this labor! tT service is lawfully cla the mencurt-s. >
or Territory of the United Slates: such the Truly blessed the dead who die in the Lord county 0*. sides! Uond of
Bill:] :fi' m the charge >Squatter S .veitrignt\" av'l .-- Treasury by Mr. Fillmore, (hough lie are JOHN B. VTHITEHEAPi Jh liariu the 9ut of Florida,to that

Vae. WJ* clear an.l ronvinciu ettablikhKJ fugitive mny be lawfully claimed and conveyi knew him to bo a determined nbolitiotiist yea, sai h the spirit, they rest from their labors, and 2. 166. td31 Executor, &c, the ordnsrt pror** .Caanct be .nvd opon b n. 1:

4 >- -looLt that thin bill boat,s vn its face u<, d to the person claiming las orlur labor their works do follow them." O. M. August is ordered that said cause f. set fur bearing 'on the

-: -. --j.l I that die teiritoriof, while tucb, vantift or s rtiee as aforesaid." The following endorsements are from men second Honday ia November oext, cd that said defendant -

.1"\: .:, .- :hf #ubjVct. proving niccaTes'.<|bly tLitt Notice. do appear nod plejuf,. osver. Cr demur bf
-.. 1 ?.ith'.I wj viinc'oi. Supieiut- C*'urt of The jihraseology of this section is go plain of well known political reputation : MEDICAL OTICE.Drs. months after date. I Fill present my account* tba( time otherwise;amid titus will t* .tried oQ tie

-..* Ui.'itc-l .4LtS: wna.d tlt-i-itie the ejnir u .ooii ii'i: ihat: it needs no argument to prove that it FROM noy. LEVI LINCOLJJ or XAKACIIUSETT -r-- SIX voucher a* Admiroiatrator, on the estate of f-cts charged lo said BiQ. Eroridfd, Tiat a oopj o/
u-.l. Judge ll wkii.!> l.jrc.l u IM M tin Ann tiraii Taylor & Maxwell Hugh O. McLean to the Hon. E. a Lore, Judge of this order b poblisbaJ in some ifewypsp.tr at TaZa!
:: liU'il th esfi1lkliiint __ f1. .
i&4-t( ('thI.t .flLZ nf f Ar.1.f':4.Q4-l: 1iI r.ni. ; A AL F i.i i.A .i t.1. bass. (or .wfh. .4 Lfw. .A
., IV, in*' Lur; I Li.tFfl. fl j j- : ] :e6. a aoctn.iant. 1 flU $I It. a 4 t AII III tAlC IJUISII rroomie, lor uaaauu, ouuLy, iur a uua iicuvu

4 ie dirvct"tib at thi- *;.- : n vaurv..n 'i ft! :.t ntit'iria vo.-v: :_ Swh; of StiSO, bal only ils prohibition nations by the Ccnvcntion, (nt Philadelphia, I HAVING formed the public a co-partnership of Tallahassee, offer, and their its vinj setI -- and apply for a dMcharge therefrom. 'il2thJulv 18M.T. DdM taj patoid' .at Cbaabtra.

niaa hliiiuin ftij ] i f j J. WATLE9 BAKER Ju1e
> directly or > i.iu & ) y t .11 t tit :MM I
(ho candidate, for the Vice Need Tallahassee
Presidency. j Aug. 9,1850. S2 Sent copyReformMedical July 19. 1850. 29-Jcn
or Frw S-iil r by c.nntamjjojr lit Tkiprohibition
jri-it: jiiinci.is was rer.ralcd by the Kan-
I recommend him to confidence and
| whirh trs! Bi'lHs' ostal'ittiieu. l'i ) your ; Dissolution.IUFirraofKrooinedSLIne

f .. .- .. ,.. ( i, 4. .. --. n_. wKur i... :.ibis i iof '" :Vf7i
tfr ut eii nirti wj lt: iiil7er with hi i.. ]Jt j i jiK* of ihc South! :i ne i f irtn.'fil to their rights j rimer in /Aw comnuniiy ?.i.2i IC'KOIC fijjn- I : cLccIz.cL: : I C'lusent cu February 25 KM, 16CC. MORE PRIZES THAN BLANKS. -

hiardJ te saie II..i.t.y; 4.f. 1.1 ,.ifl wL.( j in the1 spttlt-inent wits their slaves of this 'I'er- I palhics arc altogether! yours Ill the Northern '1PHE Eighteenth Annual Course Lecture* in this July 6. 1850. 27 ;
,sc 4fl1ti; f.tr lumse'r. { Ji ai J nt Ji. X- itt! tiie JL
Institution Tvill
and Slofrs. it is the candidate the commence on the first Monday,
free for
t ii'iph: of rilliuorf in Fi"nda WtJj! bo liisjii-iI i 1 I ti-s titniy from which they lsd been excluded for t in November next, and close on the first day of March Plantation for Sale. : 7707 PRIZES 102,000 DOLLARS
Viec Presidency, Millard Fillmore. I know
ji victory or those MIO bad c.ink-il thri'iigli the
;: grt.&t Dill wliich be bad alluded U-. ujiwards) of thiity \ ear* him well. I know him portonally. I have the State of Having Georgia, it is in possession two endowments of a splendid from T HEJSubscribers offer for sale their" Plantation. 12 Only 15.000 Number

The JuJ cV speech tl'r irjjuvut as kind and c>n- What Southern man c.in denounce the served in the Congress of the United States College Edifice with JL miles Noith-east of Tallahassee, containing 1049
Apparatus, Prepnrations
.tt'-nr. lie uavJ nt liiish: -]>;ti! -t Titv.id. tl Kmris: Nfhr.iska act upon such aground ? vith him. I know bis unflinching', fearIeis mrofl and IVeilitlo, iiud H.epit j far Ctnl*.Spec-l Tn. du4 acres*.of. -oak.. -hickory. :.. .i.:and pine' land-- ,-ns....6.rich Tl'or.and pro-a,. I JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY
uir'C.iTi 1'jirtv. bat !. v.i* caiMntic in coti Jtinii.t i Etruction under the direction of the Faculty. C da- r-
Gin house sad Screw. mill
the Sugar
: ti Hie pnsotijtthe tt-nets, wl.ii ii tli y Li'1'1 iii re1 \Viio c.in f-ui't.nit*! Mr. rillmorc consisl ntlv- course. vers procured from New York and other cities. en and Bt'ilerc premises, dwelling a house, negro cabin*. _and the -

..:ti. -i to C.nb.lic! aniiiiur iizi'>i i-.nz- .i'., UtJtZ.4iIi4 uiih! tho institutions( iti'I i pnnciplfs of the OPINION OF ME. CHAKLE HUDSON, FACULTY. necessary out houses. 850 acres of land ie cleared STATIC
p.:'.:ei i.I argu11ei. pr. (;: a a [ ACTUOIUTr OF THZ or CrORCtA.1.
i South when his denunciation of j th L. BANKSTON. M. D, Profe-wor of PJiysWogy! and and in a good state of cultivation. god water, an |
t t..Ui.n of the wnule >jlint wind jx-i n-Jrs i.r c n- tepi.il I of .1 particular fricnrl of Millard Fillniorc on
ahund.anee the best of timber. It wiU suit for one
Pathology and Mateiia Hedica.J.T. .
i.d ilk: d ly ad 1*. I.e.trd the Missouri Compiomise) j.q' the the Abolition principles of the Whig candidate i CLASS p; .
-.jeJi. IWt if i'orriijij.Mn vni'tt''V C > cs1 slronsrst COX E. M. D.. Pmfe 8<>rof Piinciflpaand Prsci i or two plantations. j
.- aot U c pt J II. S. THOMSON il 1). J'ri'lisor of Obstetrics I We will sell lower tl.aa the same quality Mw On under tbe
: *.:-. p.4 was \ieti-d tJia, sworn st>p>*riflteadeae4 of -
afit'Ju fv41t'r. ;md k: b. liim ? Wliat Siu'iid of lis: North tr South, consMfralion has weight in my Pies nf Worn*n and Children. J of Innd cnu be bought elsewhere. |I OuL Gco. M Logan, and Jus. A. NUbat, FKJ. !

ilonlt1.! f. I mind. The Northern States have a majority I. N. LOOMIS. A. M.. M. D, Prof of ttoj j GEO. H. FISHER, j r
: -c' zi dvt'i: r.jij'l" 1' e < u.fily. He con-idtml it i ,111 r a inoment that he. would give Chemistry,
;' l liy t vri Miiizen Xa'.i 'ial l I'.tity Uj mi ei. li ont },sanction t in the Uon e of Representatives lint the Sen- I tanv, PhHrmaoy" and Miern3copy.I I WM E. FISHER. CAPITAL $15,000 .

..:ted itie. ib .Iv ttt.t! bidi cuj .. ; In "an act restoring ihc _lissou- ate is equally divided ; thert1 heing fifteen free j I I. M. COMINGS, A. M, M. D., Professor of Anatomy [ July 12, 1838. 26-tf 1 Pri_' of. ., .$15,000 is. .... .. .flfiWfl

.-- divi ic t!.e Sjuth upon; a miit'ir qiU'diimi.\\lulr the ri Cum] ronrisc, after den.mi'cing its repeal and fifteen slave St-ites. If the line should t and Sorperr.I I .S.OOOis.. ... .. ..s'oou. Jxli
I Notice. ?
: 'ry ( f'I! flgtat* %VI rLy tIt.xl in the f-Uong and unqiKiliiied : : heusfcl be drawn on the question of slave extension, 0 A. LOCHllANE Egq.,M. D ProfevorofMedic.il 1 .. .. ...2.000 is..r... ...2.0CO .
u. '1 11iy Vie l'Hck! liijiub.K-an-; tli- t-ntii N -iili.IIs Jurisprudence, Comparative Anatomy and Comparative A LL persons having dtiunuds again't tie estate o" 1.000 are.j. .. .. .,.4,000
and the Senate should
fipp-al tt.itltolJ line Wliij*"* tU3 vMfhmarkiilVct in his llochestcr fcpeech-particularly dii-'dr rn geographical j Physiology. 1Jttbez B. Bull late of Leon county, deceased 10 .. .. .. .SOOare. ;... .. .ooo

.:: up ii rianv present. lit- pi..vrd liexdiiii cavil vhcn he is knoxxn to be opposed to the exercise lines, the cas'ing rote must br given by the Vice TERMS. will take notice that they must present them to the M .. .* .. .100 are. :. ... COO
:hat M"l riilic'rcv.as iH't IUflIIg! : as a whig-alluilt-.i President. THE VIEWS or MR. FILLMORE I Entire fees for tickets to Lectures.t .. .. .$100 wnHemjrned. r.r to Jlecsis. ArrL.r & Papy. duly 20 Approximations of |50 to 815.OCO.Prue are 1TOO

;, the fact t'nt' Jiopp mcnt, Cul. Bikrr. dfitic.i be nf the veto power ? TYRO. i ARE WFLL KNOWN ON THIS SUBJECT. HF. 18 ( Matriculation (once only). .. . . . 6j authentii-atej. within the time prfBcriLe 1 by law. or Go -_5 to 3.'XK>; are 150 I.-

ran B K wt.r} ; tlmttuc ist-ue in Florida was txclukiv Gatlsden ('ounty, Aui;. 5th, 1550. A NoRfllKKN MAN IN' THE HIGHEST AND j Anatomical Ticket . .. . . . 10 this notice will bn pleaded in bar of their recovery ; tC/ 20 to 2,000 ere l.OOq
.l iipou t.i- tenets uf she Ainutican partv, and j Payable ii variable in ca.h in advance, at the opening and all person indebted to said estate are hereby no 80- IZf to esch of the Capitals of 1,000 1,000 f

that "l.i iiiis .W iiVB could not ciui iftteutlv $Ujport} a ; BEST SENSE OF THE TKKM. i of the wion. (Iraduati n ft-e, payable before ex- tified to make immediate payment to the underai ned. 7,600 Prizes of $8| are. .. .. .. . .f.S.tZQ '
paityvh: M.S tliat "liiev have arisen out .t the What they }aid of him in 48. Theso nnntnfinns nrn frnin flin / nmnn iTii aminati. $25. MARY BULL, Adtr'x. i.!

>uujs c: auil oirrrptitui ol houi tbeol.j |litTtts.;: He That the political record of the Know For particulars address any member the Faculty, August 2. IH5C. 3I-3W 7.767 PRIZES. AMOUNTING $Io2cool .
*i fed hlo ;p: ..iifui e.Tirt l>\ an appeal tu liie frind"f records of 1848, and are reproduced as going Mncon, Ga.Ang Tickets 8IO Halves .
I Nothing candidate for the (t'
loiious Presidency .
4 cur (L'isTn trahfy tu Iac supjvut of Huc- lo sustain the construction common scn.se 9, ISSfi. 32
ti uair.. said !. th i? ue is iv/t het fin Ftlltn ire : 1-ilimorc! places hin: in direct and irrccon- i months after date 1 shall present my account Prizes Payable without Deduction.
TJJ HccLo Ki!. b-'t bttwetu the latter r.nd Jt-liu C. would place upon the political antecedents of SIX' tc. to the Honorable Judge of Probate Persons
cilablo sending by mailne'cd fear
Ft"ii"ut.lien. j antagnnisri: to Fcuthcrn ri1 l.ts .ind Money Money money not ii t
Mr. Fillmore. Comment on the testimony ; Hamilton County' for a finil sttlemeit an ndministrn- being lost. Orders punctually attended lo. Cororacnications -
\V.V.. M'C.ui pert;iO ;J the ir. teachings, cannot be successfully denied or WANTED FOR tot on the estate ef Deonis Doughtily, late of -.widCouotv. confidential Bark notes erf sonn-1 bants !
lie -pi".k Cjentiy n.id; 1.te.d] the thus borne would be superfluous, particularly : I
-.lily ; netc.- controverted. There dree.ved. and ask to be d Bcharced from said taken at par. ; .
; !fi 4)itCl1 C.'UiSte'1 priu t:ipntiv ( i.f Catholics is not a question upon ill the face of the fact that he i* now what | 4CA5KRCparSid, I administration. JAMES V.' GKIGER. Those wishing particulartitl.ej alouli order Li:-
J vi_ F. r -!:'nv!'. It v.nx? tiirt ;>- -h .f the kind 1 which the :South has, planted herself, involv"K Feb. 2. 1856. & ; ruedititelr.I .
:.nv<> n.* rJ. an 1 i.'i jotice to Hi. Vn.Cnl] 1 ir.nsl F.IVJi he ha-9 always been, "an advocate for free 3 ShuulJers. _____ i I Address ( ir
.... I rights not sjiccifkrally protected in the 2 -1 Refugee, JAMES F. WINTER.
1--5 fl.b Fa itilr>:e tyi$(-e.ii fjoinitfw that the soil and free "
ppoech, opposed to conceding j Jules Havana Cigars I Macnger. Mac'm Ocorcis '
Superior, j
nil J"h niwkf. d"Wn uih! I lie Catholic r.nJ Co'.iMitution but the antecedent of Mr. Fil-! I JuncSS, JS55. .. !.,
p :: tu'.i-.v; F. r. a,. I I d to the South .1 common right with the 2 Tierce* S. C. Ham. TU3T received per Pv. H. Gamble 5000, best qual- j -------- 26
more show him to have boon decidedly hostile 2 Hbls. Lard, fj Call and them *--- -------- -
"...xs dill -\Riiinr v.h.n pdk* .f i ti) .- v.ntcli: Aj .*ii'wi3* Buffer fi ni the C 'i k-" tvht, ithh. j to. This matter \vis so patent in the cam- 6 lt-g s : HOBBY. | Notice."VTOTICE -
,. We challenge a deni.il of this fact. 10 HblK. Wliibky. ; Aug--st2, 1856. 31 j ji 13a
.h -ai'i lii li.-iitc.
: < Key i\ >t. >- lie !ht-Jd in hi* ia hereby given that (XL Jesse
1 p.\ign of IRIS, when lio was n candidate for 2 Monong.ibalia TThii-kv, .tviiitt
.!! a h'Si. f 'Si-'v liol 2 2r< \vioc.. i.pv f.\fsin tliat J-l ia nay authorized n ent. dcrinp absence
.- <4.iJ. AIIMIJ inaiiv: <.I lIk1 1 n HH.I.IKT ih niinie 1 the Vice I>rcsiden"on the ticket with General Wa5lin! B M. E. Rum, Notice to the Public THOMAS H.ray. AVERITT.
tgn Correspondence. Gin ,
4 i
f.Su-phf.i K. .M iIoi\! % -A.O| !1..' 'silt-.J n JMJ.I-U: lie Tallahassee. 2C 1858. :30-4t
i Tailor, tint: his Northern suppoiters, soj 1 7 A. M Brandy, Omen OF WASHINGTON NAT. MO CMZNT Socirrv, :
--i.1 li- v as Ji" i\Loj-l.aJ n ) ifliiuwith that p.iry j A reliable correspondent at Washington, -
v a* a DflJi >r: tt. j..jj >h ul'i WJ.t* ;'n.l J l >i-nr.ci.it j jre j far from dci\ing: the fart, after the fashion of 3 Vinegar. i! WaMngtoi, July 1, 1856. -

,. *i** !, !:f wniii'l IKI'U" pi.'l: for th" piui"ijil<-i 'f his defenders admitted under date of llie 2'lh) ir.st., writes us ns follows 200 Sack Salt, T N accordance! with an "order of the Board of Managers Wanted to.Thre.. A

.. :.:ma ti.J D.-tflnOiacy: I IfJ1-! ? it? llu It'tL J>UI-Ur j jd ; present it distinctly : 40 BbK Flour Extra and Supernne. _J__ the public are requester! to pay no more contributions HANDS to work on the Railroad,, for whom lib- 4 !
: u.e: tow-L.rl*' .Mr. J5:Jcli.injii xiii!, h Judje liavr- |j snd unequivocally. They even went so far A L S 0 for the Washington National Monument to will be paid. '

i..i idi alJu.vd to iiaj: *!| .->? tn nppoal to llif abolition fcpntinient of the i I ani happy to assure you that the sKiea I Ci-fTec, Si-esr, Mol-u es.Golden Syrup-Pint Quality t agent heretofore commissioned by the Board. ROBERT GAMBLE, JR. 'f

1. 1 v.i i bare -tn> < i -. j jn t< Mr. flt.e1suin-i'zi I i are all bright 1r Mr. IJuchanan. Indiana. Pepper Spic ?F, Giogtr, tc., and many other articles. $ This notice is not to bo construed as a censure on July 23, 185C. 30-4

..,..lItwr day as !J-i5 "4frs wa ci*. h rvfu-sl to jiv i i North in his favor, placing the nppeal on the J Illinois, Iowa. Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Gallon S. S. K NIGHT. I the agents but it is dfMgnwi to cfiVctuate a general I In; -Leon

n-_" ; i :.; cii ine.ittrsio n-vd: hut -l,jr.: d-i 1vnh.fl. ; tbt In. lnnn 'n.., ., .,...-It. An-* Q liJ'Ifi 50I settlement of the affairs of the Soviet The Board i iH s sI Circuit Court. To Fall Term 1856. 1I
i njih? var. J Jti'J.n! linany tLcr'nch tliin -.wi.ih tan ttat 4.' I 10 4 I'L Cli ni 4JUjJI $ .LIi4 Utu1 .uaine are sure :o go jor mm ; winie the prospects I well a* ured f eventual sic taut in fie patriotic I Rufus Herring. 1 Attachment for $90 19-100

: '.al'.ncsace: : iri'ljilod. lie tlej l>r !>n | ;peal j sis-tent friend of freedom-.1:1 advocate of free I i.i Michigan! Ohio, Wisconsin and I enterprise in which it u engaged but it has resolved i.* [ amount of Debt sworn to-
n'.i 4ij'v n ij'i (-uZ.T.4 to c"'i.jiT! p JIH <'* t.nm *.. I ?nil and free >pcecli from the beginning.That ."- Connecticut are \erv: tlatietlng. Tlie fu lou j I t., su-jx-ntl further proceedings by agency until a William O. Gaskina. ) Bond for $131' "
t ii.uiu.Ue; the evils ff !'. rei n.ini j-i.d in thus f-peaking we have proof of what [Authorized Inj the State of Georgia.] and nil.others interred are Ler v
i j< te fcuc ( :.lv rs.st: r\li<) JIH, tl will and p'j'wer to t Perilviti5a:! betwen Fremt-nt and Fillniore's i prong titude and safety, is matured. Jby notified of the institution of tic It
:. .-!: :ive crsst se-r'i,nl ;ziai.i' -i v.l.icli tbreati-nis to i we the following quotations from testimony Balances due from ageutw. or offerings from inda- : tIed suit enti
eay fii'iuj < his (tilled l and tins by attachment, and ar- beretv
> '
: ptitircly, e- FORT GAINES ACADEMY required tc
th' c.recier.ev? (.f wlkb 1"! lii-ia f-rns! spait. pendeut contributor are to be *nt by draft, payable f "
and !

t3 e'ith rs he Cau n'ake uhou I i l>!o.id i* j.." I ? in ISiS will abundantly show : : for llnctuiu an. LOTTERY.CLASS Monument Society, enclosed in a letter to the undersigned. 'law O. K. WALKER date..as, IT .required. by
lIC leaid l.m often but this "Tension his whole By.oHer: ,
en j jci' PIai '
Fro.n the Ri-chwter (N. Y.) Doraocrat.AN D. VT. GWYNN.nI.Iy..Ur I
.-'. wn'of a psci'jt' kii L Iloiffble; : jrcasui and 1 1F ia, I SAMUEL YORKE ATLEE July .
F MIx 'J. Tifre uFcd fv.'lv i >.t! ut paMi.Jy up-nMr. ()RHI: .\T, Tjcun SOILEI:-MILI.AJUJ From Washington. j' I July 5-dlf Secretary W. N. M/S. 29-4tx
To be drawni in the City of Atlanta. Georgia, in pub-
SliCall &nd l h* app a"iid title aiidienc hovaittJ FILT.MORI: ix ] 83S.'l'heVliig.s of Western : WASHINGTON 31. The Senate !1 ;
July to- lie, on THURSDAY. August 18th. 1S55, on the
tt aiJed in eevu1it! rSt i i -i U. Mallnry, tiepij i New Yoik, in these da\s when the old enemies !' FLORIDA INSTITUTE.TV. Collqge Georgia. I
the eit'o This ; dny confirmed the nomination of deary Havana Plan Lottery !
j .ft. to p : htti"W o:eupifS f appt-al as ;
of much credit
liberty are taking so to ArOcsrAJu1ylS5.
vai inw'-'Eol the T\ho'e meetini: tt&tifvinjj bt!..>iriictiutis Govfinor ol Ksnsns. ; Y. P E Y T 0 3Y, A. M. President, : .
: that a clincher was plat<-d < n ili.MiCall's i iargu.nH themci-Ives for their tudik-n c'tnvertion to free i SAMUEL SWAN & CO., Managers. nrm: TWESTT-nFTH Course of Lecture.L ,? -

own c mJuci wn vtry iiicoi.sistei.t in this matter of i sure to till following to prove that lie was C.ismiseed to day in the House. A -vote will J Jbe i PRIZCS AMOUNTING TO r>01,000 i nnHE exercises of this Institution will be resumed NOVE31BER NEXT.FACULTY.. .

i c'evatiri papifts" 10 pC'TTt-r. j the friend and advocate of free pruzeiple.cwhen Will be distributed according to the fi-Howing J. on Monday the Cth day of October next, at 9 sr
. A porti--n (>1 ilr. Call's fjn-ech r
naru.m <(>f the a'Ceeeint 'f Nr. Fiilnore: and ilr. j his present opponents were sustaining be rousted. Ilccdor's admission is BRILLIANT SCHEME It is important that Students entering then should L. A. DUG AS. M. D, Surgery. -.

Ii ti-'Iiinrn. And if Fillm 're m< n were vati>fied x\ith :ag laws in Congress, advocating the burn 30,000 NUMB ER S.1 5,185 PRIZES be present the first day of the session. L P. QARVIN. M. D, Matena Med ca TbtrsM--
their candidate J Mr. Uacl
tu fear fioii) suih an -ia'i-i.i.iti Hut the crosning to preren-! the abolition of slarcry in lie : 1 Prize of . .$40,000 is .. .$.40.0OOI entire course ci Ancient Languages Mathematics and J. A. EVE, M. D, Obstetrics and Diseases- Tfi>-

part ofhii. spt-erh WSR )li i !efiiioe f the Xt'tllitrn | Columbia. . 10000 i in .. 10.000 the usual English branches taught, in Southern Colleges. men an.1 Lnfanta. -
I>ctn' *ra''y xkh'i o !j"l ly 'i-'iained Soi.them rights of Democratic Meeting. 1 .. 5,000 is .. 5,000 The Labratory is supplied with n new and H. V. SI. iflLLER, 1L PLysi&logy and Tatliolgieal --

iai-1 aided in pn'fir: the KaiiM.* liHl. J Wji! evpiy j Ik-Fr.vi.0, Oct. 17, 1S3S. CEXTREVIM.E, August 1st, 185G. 1 . . 2,000 is .. .. 2,000 splendid set of Apparatus, with Charts. Maps, &c. Anatomy. I. -

Southern mi'i cmiM have 1 e.-.rd il.w iiidi"aiinn. It j janp cu'nuniestion 1 . . 1,000 is .. 1.000 The FtiEPAaATO&T DIPAETSIRXT will embrace all ALELMEANS.M.DPtITOf.m., .
: nri to rnr. cratitu 1 Ie aloner..ild! c-iropel them toad j Sin-Your "f the l."nh instant Capt. DANIEL HOUCK, was called to 10 200 are . .. 2,000 the studies taught in High Schools and Academies.Gr .- L. D. FORD, M. D, lastitutes had Prti>, Of_/.dictae. _

the party iLhosu allies Notth l.aie fL(+W ) PtCh ns'chainnan of ;: committee, appointed; the Chair, I D. W. HAISNES, appointed SecreR. 100 100 arc ... .. .10.00O <>*t tt<>nlion paid to the mor l. nd oondnct of I

*i *IT.--*-?-ivrt"k---- -- .ni.d. ,.* ...:'i.i.......... i. .*.i *_ .. .!. 1. 'hr t'.m'l.y 1 t'f fflf t'l"' rovif'- I e..f A.._..___*_ A A. A I f\ lAO T)_ ... Stud nts. H.. T. CAMPBELL. \f T> R.ra1. ., f .-__ I a
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L rn'tance. The result of tlei whule diciiFsiou was of Erie," htju.t come to Inn'i. \ (JU 'o- ; 4 liu) 10.000 are 400 EXPENSES OF TERM : and Micioscopieal Anatomy. -

liJghly gratjfiir.; to the D.'inonat-y Putnam. MI-! | licit my answer to the following interroga- L. C. Willi.ims: slated the object of llie 4 -4 'c P1.000 The Tuition! Foe for the Hiffcr Branches, f5! 00' ; R. CAMPBELL, M. D, DemonstrUorof Anatamv.*
mark reittiIfl. this Ccntv will ll handsome ,, S. B SIMMONS. D. D., Assistant Demonstrator
my ) p> up n -1 ) 5.000 are 240 For the Common English Branches, 6 00
majority frl'rnr.ad: hhlL kii.s in Oct ibn and |' toiies : meeting to be to form a Democratic club, itCentreville. 4 1. !,O 2.000 -' are 200 I Contingent Expenses 1 00 JURIAH HARRIS, iL D., Prosecutor Protesor

nearly an cuaniznuus vote in Xo;tuber for the Democratic '* First. Do-3'ou bflieve that petitions to i .- 4 .1 40 1,000 are 160 Board can be obtained in the city at moderate ra'es. olSuigery. i

electors. | Congress, pn the subject of flavor and the i i 4 -4 25 1.000 are 100i Payable nuaiteily in advance. Clinical Lectures will be d. Ijv r c.regnlarlv at the .

I cannt aelcde: ukhout mentioning the harlecuefirni | slave trade, ought to be received, tead, and The following Officers were unanimously: i 40 20 200 are 800I For a Catalogue, or fiKth.r information address D. City Ilj'pual, and ample opportunities will te aflor- i

ietj by the citizenn >f Palatka n" this (ei&ion. j re.-pectfully considered by the representatives I elected : I 15,000 8 20,000 B. Clayton. Astistan1. Talluhacee Florida. ded for the study of Practical Anttottoj. 4.
I have: attenJed many, but thjs osem all r-j-ct8 'r.ns A ugvat 21856. S16t Pee fir the entire Conrse. .- $103 CO
Samuel C. White President J. J. \VLitc-
i'Tcrior; to nonf th&t I have t-en. Tlie Di-.ii c.acy i of the people I ; I 15.185 PRIZES, AMOUNTING TO $204,000 Matriculation Ticket (to be taken once). .. 5 00 .,,

l.te are in lsZl li npriti while our opponriita are cie t \ Second. Arc you jipposed to the annexn- I hurst, Vice President ; D. \%'. Uarnes, Secre- i The 16.000 Prizes of ?S are determined by the Icr further pirticular, i pply doO. _

fallen and if the Parne spirit ai.iuiaies all jvrtions of'he [ tion of Texas In the Union, under any cir- ta I number which draws the $40 000) Prize-if that nnm- UNIVERSITY OF NASHVILLE. ii. NEWTON, Dean: _f ti
State out otLeni friends, such HS Cs Douglas, I ry. Jcly 10.1S53. 23; $
| cumstsnce so long as slaves .ire held therein j her should be an odd number, then every odd n"m-
T<'ucey, DiLens.u, lUfhurdaun and n host 'jf >this.. ? ) Corresponding Comm iltec-Dr. R. N her ticket in the Scheme will be entitled to $8 ; if an Medical Department. _

I :wi.l.Leir s Eacnccea v thut rvc made i.re iu not our guilty behalf.of ingratitude.ANoX.fir |i Tl.ird. Are you in favor of Congress exer- Gardner, Fames F. Harly, John Crenshan even entitled number to $8 then in addition every to even number other ticket Prize will which be .,. 4_ A Plantation for Sale."HB ,-

S rising all the Constitution-! power it posses- James Lee. mav be drawr'. any milE SIXTH ANNUAL COURSE or LECJL '[ nnderaigned'wjU sthl At private aale.a

[FOE THE IX.OBIDIAN it. JOURNAL.] J sea to abolish the internal slave trade between j The meeting was addressed by warm, firm j Purchasers in buying nn equal quantity of odd and TURESinthis Institution will commence ou .Wl. -*- very de irable! pjaotatibn tEl miles North A.
East of
MONDAY the 3d of Tallahassee
November. full
preliminary containing four Hundred of
the States i even number tickets will be certain drawing n-arly acre
The .llissouri Ccnipr mlse." I I31f. Fourth. Are in favor immediate ant! comincing speeches from Dr. Lnmar: I one half the cost of the earn, with chances cf obtaining course fieo to all students, will be given by the Pro- excellent Oak and Hickory, nd plde land; Qua hun.
you leg Rrokaw fecsors, commencing on the first Monday of October.Profrtsors dred and fifty of which is under cultivation.
Dr. Duval, P. B. and F. L. Villiicne other Prize
Editor :-Afanv intelligent gentlemen islation for the abolition of slavery in the District with Fees ?105. Matriculation Fee f 5. Piac- There are on the premises K comfortable dwelling
I 1 All.those tickets en-liner 0, 2. 4. 6.8, are even,
t ,1... ._........ __._ I .._ _-_.___ rrf Columbia? ?" Esq. I I ..4h I .2, k, '., .. tcsl l Anatomy $10 Graduation Fee $25. For Cat house, and necessary out botiees.'with n. v'im
"a LL134uuI&L iUtJU & IIVI L -- all ni"T timing 'a nil i. u ** n4J.
) I am much engaged, and have no lime fo Jiy motion (which was unanimously adopted f: Remember that every Prize is drawn, and alogue and Announcement apply to Louse and scr w. First rate wall!l w&tes-gnd gcrd
jutfy; their opposition, to the Kansas Nebrafka PAUL F. EVE 3LD, health pnjoyed on the place. For terms of sale -
enter into an argument, or to explain, at full Mr- D. P. Hague and M. D. Papy I payable in full without deduction.rff' Dean to the subscribed apply
,) of the ,
Faculty. residing on the .
act because it repealed what is known for shall 1 All Prizes of $lO00 and und T paid immediately premisesDANIEL
length, my reasons my opinions. are respectfully invited to meet with us on I after the drawing-other prizes at the usual T* HODCK.
*is the Missouri CompromUe, alleging therefore content myself for the present, ly time of thirty days. Undergraduate Department. Ma72-t.185& 2j .
the 16th
Saturday evening August at 3 o' -
that tills Compromise established slavery answering all your interrogatories in the affirmative All communications strictly confidential. The (WESTERN MILITARY INSTITUTE)

South of 36 30. Had such been the nature and leave for some future occasion clock. D. W. BARNES, Secretary. tlrawn number will be forwarded to purchasers imn e- Provisions. -
HE NEXT SESSION of this Colleee will
diately after the drawing. open
and effect of this measure, thofie who oppose a more extended discussion or the subject. l0-1I.ire JL on MONDAY, S pt ember 8th. The Classical BACON, Sides Shoulders and Hares.
WJtole Ttelcett $ : Quarters 21.}
MILLARD FILLMORE. Liver Extra, and Superfine
Complaint. Course is full and creryjacility is afforded to Student* -
the Knnsas Nebraska act for repealing it Prize Tickets cashed or renewed in other ticket at in Scientific Branches. A Coffee Rio. -
School is :
Preparatory attached

That Mr. Fillmore is an honest and consistent This and often fatal disease had For sale low lots
would undoubtedly strong ground t 3f$ dangerous either Office. embracing a course of two years. The Military IQ to suit the trade. .
occupy friend of freedom-an advocate of 'free Orders for tickets can be mldi essed either to
I. long bnffled the skill of the mobt eminent physicians, system is adopted as an effectual means of B. C. LEWIS.
before the of the South. Jf on the S. SWAN & CO Atlanta Ga. preser Jur.i 14. 1856. _
people ,
soil and free speech1 from the beginning-the when the discovery of Dr. M'LnneV Liver Pills solved ping good order, economy regular habits, and active 25-8t

contrary they can be cotnincfd that tie most malicious of his opponents arc com the difficulty, and presented to the woild the Great OR S SWAN. Mnntomery, Ala. bodily exercise. Charges for Tuition, and Boarding Joseph J. Williams, ) In Leon Circuit Court.
f I 100 term of 20 weoks.
Surgeon's Fee f 5. Eneineenng
"Missouri Compromise" merely prohibited pelled admit. Evirav ruiiLic ACT OF HIP; Specific, which ha attained such vide-Fpresd ele- NEW BOOKS.TUST per, French, Spanish German Drawing, BookKeeping -- lucy 7 Williams.!: f Bill for Divorce.

slavery North cl 36 30, but did not establish WHERE THE QUESTION WAS INVOLVED, HAS .brity for its certainty of cure. This successful remedy RECEIVED per R. H. Gamble, an assorttl and Fercing. each $10 per term of 20 weeks. ) -
BCKX IX FAVOB OF THESE I'UIXCIPLE The The last session of the Medical IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court af i
result cf College closed with ,, IT
was the many years study, in which the tnent of new publications, comprising Novels,
South of this instead of deuic fidavit. that the
.or secure iJ line that his friends that he is Defendant William '
iiiMiaations now 339 Matriculant and 85 Graduates, from 13 States. laley .rsaides B
!symptoms were narrowly observed, and arc thus described 1 ales. Travels, Ac. P1, (S..11..... ..t.J :. : i ,, bevond the turiidiMinn nf t,% Cni' ..ni. _- -_ -...
iluuucrng IYSUXZIBvuiabKii ic )orpcoling on the tit-Ket wun nen. layior, anu is n can Miss Murray Untied btates, i u<: military ijnrjjc cnrjou lio uivtwith ytar IILO&AUTIUC habitant of the- State- -- -- I4Iv I
the Doctor himself
by : The Works oj" Welter and Calhoun, I 154 Matriculants from 14 Statea. For Catalogue ofF1o-jda. It is. on motioo,or-
national would Complete
this odious restiiction of th-ir rights, didate for support, gladly dered that the defendant
enter her
SYMPTOMS or A DISEASED LIVER.-Pain in the A Child's History of the United State, and Regulations apply to appearance and
thiyVoild consider it one of the conceal hit antislavery acts, is false and B. JOIINSON demur, answer or plead to the said Bill 10 tne Clerk's
greatest right side, and sometimes in the left, under the edge Simm's Ewtaw, Superintendent. of the -
slanderous. They point to his advocacy of Nashville ecc C.icuit Coert of Leon, on before
1856. or tbe
August 2. 3 1
-- victories achieved for the of the Boys, -
ever people of the ribe-tbe patient being rarely able to lie on first Monday m October 1856. Otherwise
principles as the brightest portion of his James' Old Domitiiop." tofd Bill
South, efprciaUy wizen it is knoitn that the done the left; pain sometimes under the bhoulderblade, shall be taken for eonfeesed. It i. further cnfertd
'These not The Foragers,
public career. things were '
ichich frequently extending to the tup.of the shoulder-.often Bulwer and Dickens in complete, RA1TTTR & WHITAKiR that n copy of this ordet be nuiUshed in oae of tL.
very Territory from tee were excluded, in-a cornr' The South whose jealousy is paper newspapers in the city o(
for lhr
TalUhass/e .months
mistaken for rheumatism in the arm sickness nf Learning to Ulk" and Learning to think, *
.. uh-our ilacet, by llic tf Missouri Compro- attempted to be aroused are fully aequain- ; Rogers' Table Talk, General Commission Merchants) previous to the saM!first Monday October 11M.-
stomach and loss of bowels
appetite costive and
; pasted at CUwbevs.
-: been ihrotcn teAl teith his public course \\ht\A notwithstanding Ernest: Linwood. Jnlj tat 1U6.
; miscf-hys; naf only open to us by NEW PORT; FLA.
but eometimea alternate with lax dull SI.
; heavy sen, WAYLES B.&ZZR, Jisdp.
the efforts of the mongrel faction of Give os a call McDOUG ALL t HOBBY.
the Ktaifof Nebrau\ act, but under.that act dough-facee, UK is CORDIALLY AND UXAXIUOUSLT sation 'in the back part of the lead; lost of memory August 2. 1856. 31Notke. HAVING purchased the interest of Mr. Tuoiaa G.LWALEKj D.W.Gwyn-

bifte6ofacad now'it a state Territory.Lfa with uneasiness of baring neglected something;- ; (of the late firm of RICHAMO, & ;
SUPPORTED IS THAT SECTIOX OF THE WnrrAKR.we tender Soloitori f4r Cotnpl't.
order! that every man' may be correctly UNION. No instance is on record where he sometimes dry cough ; wearin ui and debility ; nervous our services in the Storing.our Bnying.friendi Selling and,the Receiving public July 5, 1356.. -- 7-m -

ia&mnftl. rbo >biK roicconstraed the nature has been repudiated because of his acts in fa irritability ; feet cold or burning, and prickly NOTICE ia hereby given that application will he and Forwarding of Cotton and Merchandize.

roroffrecdonz. sensation of skin; low epirita, lassitude, with tiismclination to the General Assembly, of Florida at To our friends and patrons we return our sincere Contracts f or Tfertlingv1OmCI '
-. .. and'eflcct of-thf so called Missouri Con to exercise be its next Sewion for s charter for it Rail Road from thanks, for the patronlge heretofore extended and
although satisfied it would us,
1 :-_. *" *
-PWlQVHi' 4$ .> upon* Uw t- construction op3seif The New York"'Express of 23d August, beneficial. lo fact, distrusts remedy.- Montieelip FU, to the Georgia line in the direction of hope, bj our attention to their interests, in future tu PlJCIAOOIA AJrO<3et.U JL 8.Cd, ) ,
patent every Thomasviile Ga. To be called the Monlicello and merit a continuance of the same. AitI1 fib. 180Z

) tb Kcnsa; :! Nebra&ka ct for repealing 1848, bore this testimony : Have yon any, or all of 'these symptoms I If 00 iWnasvilfr Rail-Road oompapy. F. K. BAILLIE, FLETCHER WHITAKEF. PROPOSALS are invited fta;** oon-
.. will find a certain in Dr. M'Lane'a Pills August 2, 1856. 81 New Port, Fla lit 1158. ; structkio of*codeacilsrt&iid' tr,..
pniUpub1 i$& iLa act iteclf. It Even Mr. Clddings of Ohio, the conscience you remedy Jnlj :!Iw:!: lUng on tU'IIo.of lb. SRia

: 4i'V-4%' f ti.i-i4 the *3rd vd. Story's Law Whig, and we hope his constituents will Prepared bj Fleming Bros, of Pittsburgh. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.' tr Baring disp'osedofmy interest ItmilB04d.from jilnet3c *i the 1l1''t9 .
', remember him for it, was Absent when the {Ijf Purchasers will bejeareful to ask for D*. MLime's > firmofRicuardwoAWhitaker the late flBtheSowft S
: b the to Mewrs, B nu) A rtaria
Amisted appropriation! came np. And once CZLXUATKD Vzuorvcx, tsw >dored by Whitaker. would tender ray thanka to my friends aud .dife Tb. oeaimacb. *, .. '

... e an.Territory. before, too, when great questions were at Fixxoro Bc of- Pitttburg, fa. AH lolbef Vermifagee.ia fiagsIFlat Turnip, Cabbage. Beets, ** patrons for 0> }r former kiodnm,and eocfidthtlf,* .4. to b oee

stake, be.wu i i'i :'Muu.chusetts, injuring the companion; wontha.genaii3 I>r.vM'L n .- just reoeird.- .&MT A MVT.lV rR .,coinineed i biie.s to-tbeir.favour- and'. J3-1TR4RDON.support my: jcccssori :

-i ftttftW18ta6&TerDment Whig members Irora.that State, and Millard, ? tritns(' *!1.bii OeluVatH! TvrFills jnistr5 185;: '- :1. T Ji- 9. i4s;. Q t } + .-



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GOODS.IS ; :TO THE Jinpoiiattt io.Jioaseieepei8 D.8
,. !h r For OMsoufiiftnrlag: Jlqw**. Ck rdjaIjEffer( veain, I
T ? TDOi TIFthatIn the lest 85IiiaIttj :Ber yawgar BitUrs, Sjru'p, ebJEl1t7.'ED!
.td : ; MANUFACTURER of Copper and Sh et Iron* _A_ Dr. W. MOM! T'H lufinnary at Griffin, Qa, for th.: '-'S :Esunee,1Wes, o.
JPRATORIOUS all kind of Plate l Fancy u'
aa<* purpose-of obtaining relief of a very painful and dittressiog -, __ 12 TOiCQonrrs
ALL xiNDC'or UQooa tutt BK tuirmkcnrau) re*
the tUmJf
Tin Wares takes plenicroln informing -
GiNCxa of thauosoamleje., My note was '.
: .. .ESCalANT TAltOE, TiJUnaeee and the .urrottnd".ngemmtry, that to i* all entirely gono before 1 vfattaHN Doctor. bcsidjt Arthur's Patent-ii -Tight ?zr: OAIIOMA itD

I Made cw piepired 'ti> wait on all that wMi to patronize nlceration cheek and abmii N.OUTLAY of$2 Ql forukh,tb apparatusforj : LtVERIj ,
!:r la keaif: Clothing and a very' deep on my my fretk FniiU and Toma- .
: ttrvin 'l ._ .
}il"ia i hi !line of business. lleanteb&r* bis thank* I am. nod proud to that Df. CAWS./u. pr< % \. cotmrting WLiakej andV/ater, intc .sircug- si. -
eye. happy My ,
: i d1pea's! CSty>nlc1itn< Goads, to his frifcbds, and t! e' p'Mls Cener'ally fr tlw f try fid.relieve me. and had it not been -for ray having to li'inttr Ut. llusarticJeao xtaoBiv eat yioegar in)85 hours, at a coat of two tnccsary tbjeeutspigUos .rc,. Qc4ta.e.
!liberal teltn whih lu'ltaa )heretffortbeu ly used in the East and N*>i them, States laitj;s ao. :
t cold bad
myself to extreme wcatl.er I
expose very. citizens of .Tal1ahas aud -
will bo iotroduc to the .
favreed and be contitMir tioj of the eainb Thelvcsse14 Lr this am
hi'pea thai H Relieve tliit I would have had DO return'of the pnrpote
will be snranted him. diaexte., 1 visited the Doctor a second time and be surrounding cicluilvo country by maDafiictu'r'eia'tma the undersigned ehohaa now Wine olWbiskej; borrcls. Tbe'aubstatieeaithbkl Tjhey are it otmeiid TU--
I 3PRMG! AND SUMMER He will coMtftntlv keep oaTaanda full supply ofafl relieved in* again; and so fsr as the Tarioun ieporU the right to to rincliuty lull and they are filled, for the purpose of.makuig. Victgar,
i Ia
It d
torts of Ware usually kept In an eatablwbment of DM About the Doetor'e injuring or failing to ttlite me, the coming caon. only jemmy can 09,found in any of the foresta cf America. a*
examine these artiolon and the recommcndationa of
TJOTHSANDCASSIMERES.T line of business. A full Hsaortment Sheet Iron. are positively false. At rcgarda Dr. Moaoley'a Persons without tl< slightest knowledge 6f thiabiH
Sheet Lead Lead Pipea S jeetZinc; Cistern Pampa, they the persona *hu have used them to be conrinced that incas are led Imperceptibly into the proce oftnantifactnre Cure-alls but
.\M extensive RMrrtment of ; ; kill in the Trtatmtnt rf Cancers, I knott of DO Physician the and economical article ,
now raaeiving .n they are bvst. most simple
and other articles too numerous to men which is by no means complicated.
a great many in ths world that I would than
sooner rely oo
C. Casfrimtrea d'Ete. White the offered to the
t'os. Veatincs Drip fof purpose ever public. They can
tion. This work ia to be found at No. 60 Camp street what their
.* .. and Fucy Daena While and Figured Mar TO BUILDERS. him. As a SURGEON and PHYSICIAN in equal be used by the most unskilful person, without the and at the book store No. 40 St. Charles street, name pur.
to in the Southern States and I to oppo
am happy
;rih ail of which I am prepared to make upon any ; slightest risk of failure.
Tin Roofing, Guttering, Copper and Tin Conducting that I found him to be a perfect gentleman and site the St Charles Hotel Price f 2 per copy. This
: i-vt notice iu the mo&t fAslioa&ble et\Us and on res- nay l gT' Purchasers are supplied with a circular containing ports. -
arcade teiou. Pipes tc., all of which be promise to do in the mot Philanthropist, and advise all persons afflicted with full and reliable directions for putting up fruits amount (two dollars)can be sent per mail in gold
end and of the best Cancer visit DOCTOR and and the work sent per return mail purchaser* must enclose The
work-man-like] manner Btyle, ma to Jhe as soon as possible and tomatoes in these Cans, placing the whole VERMIFUGEfor
-ALSO- Lena!. on shortest notice and most reasonable term have their health restored. RANSOM COOPER. conveniently within the teach of every housekeeper.A process. 20 cents in stamps to pre pay and Register the

: A tARnE'AXPWJCLL SELECTED STOCK OF Having been engaged for the last eight years fa Rome, August Both, 1S5J.0SP large supply ol these Cans will bo constantly kept Book. Address expelling Worms from
& CO
READY-MADE CLOTHING business nt this place he thinks it unnecea&ary to recommend ilr. Hansom Cooper signed tie above in my iu ttare. Persons wisbirig to supply themselves should HENRY Publishers '
hi-nself further to the public as regard THOMAS PERRY Post Mastrr' New Orleans, La. j
-., C waiting: in part of Casbmerette Frock nnd Sack. ht4 qnhiljtjp. ... _any m ciian/,_ but at the same time he presence.Rom. Auras 30th.. 1855.I ... apply Ii F1_immediately__ eI ..,.as..3 the I...fruit ii. season is near...athand.A .i |3f The gr* at value of thia work has been auffi i the human. system has
Far Co.nred Frock and Sack. Drap UEte Frock ----- j\il 1/nna num ail tunvc UT iuc iiinicioi ucu auu wui- ciently proved by ita adoption as a text book by the 4 *
'y assures all tbat favor him with a call, good work and .
WM. SLUSSER.May.31 .
t S .ck and BnBln< .s, Alpawa Sack and Bu incfi>. White ranted safe. P. various liquor manufacturers of the city of New'York. also been administered
chenp prices. Awful Case of Cancer Cured. .
18G6- 22
3r wn anFaicy Linen Ci-ats. Blatk Dinp d'Et and Having removed from the old stand formerly known RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE PRESS.
THIS is to certify that Col. S. H. Harris. of Crawford with the
Panto. White and Linen -
Cfissimere Fancy
as White and county, came to me iu the 1851, with a Can Phtno
? -te. White and Fancy Marseilles Vest. Fancy year Fortes.'TTE .
: of 200 foot street where be will be glad to wait
: tc witha
vinegar ,
< thorough and
-. Cravats Undershirts cer on his chin, of fourteen standing,the chin-
?l in Silk Vests. Shirts. Collar, years results various
all his friend.
Drawers Gloves, Hosiery. Ao. on bone and salival glands had all become very much are prepared to furnish PianoFortes guide amid all (the varied an d intricate processes of animals

:; JOHN PRAETORIU8. DPC. 1, 385. 45NEW diseased, and his constitution nearly ruiued. Mr. Harris !-E 1I I of the very best quality, this business.--V7 0. Piftyune.

I April 19. 1838. 16 had been under the treatment of many eminent upon thewiost liberal terms. It were a work of supererogation to praise ft book subject to Worms.

GOODS.) physician and among them was the great Dr. Shep- They are second to none iu any country either as of MODS. Locour's writing. The volume before us u

ard. of Cha'leston. and also, the celebrated Dr. Marshall to quality or price. remarkable for its completeness and the exact practical The LIVER PILLS for

TOWLE & MYERSRE of Macon, who treated his case twice without vEvery Instrument will be warranted. directions which it gives. Old manufacturers will ,

: now receiving by recent removing the disease. He finally went to Dr. Marshall / MILES NASH t CO. find all of the old modes entirely superseded. The the cure of LIVER COMPLAINT -

b arrivals from New York afashkiuijiti'je as he informed mo, the third time, and he refus- February 23, 1856. 8 use of the old formulas would appear as the "foam ol
auu wen etitc.tu BIUCK urWalclies eu i" uo Hiiyiuing more TOT Dim. Soon after tbat time folly" in the presence of the new ones suggested in all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS

and Jewelry, ilr.Harris heard of the many wonderful cures that I *z-L1iaia. this work. One of the principal objects appears to be

had made and visited Griffin to avoid, as far as possible. the of
ine at as a last resort.I usa apparatus or
O>nf ist5nr of gentlemen go'd hunting levtrs. ladies SICK HEADACHE
NOTICEOF pnul levers silver lever, hunting, ani-hor. ] and commenced treating his case, and in six weeks the rUST received COO OCNCES Slllptl Quinine, expensive (to the operator)appliances of any kind iu -
lepine Cancer all and the Brand with the manufacture of liquors tc. JTtto Yuik
was removed sore nearly healed. together a great variety < 1\mtt.
Watches Cameo Mosaic Cornl ana all fjold &C.Purchasers
qunrtier ;
; This case was seen and witnessed by more than five of pure Chemicals. AMES 4 LIVELY. This volume contains the art of preparing and putting .
bosom 1 necklaces aud
pins an earrings gold jet cross
hundred 1 have the in 1858. 14 the whole list drinkables from choice
person Cancer now my possession April 5. up a pipe
bos.mi and lockets for hair and
+-s, pins un uerieo-
of Lands inFLORIDAANDALABAMA and it b\ of Otard Dupuy, of the of 1795 will please
Withdrawal type; gold and hair bracelets ; a large assettuie-nt of any person can see calling at my office Olive OIL vintage to a simple
in in Griffin. This witnessed end economical manner of making cider without
case ? by ap-
fine plain di;nu-nd. ruby pt-iil: anil met mid be
cornelian rings gentlemen's g diamonJ onvx ins ; THOMAS JOSIW. of UiiUk.Dr. SUPERIOR article for Table use. Just re pies, by fermentation. A friend baa applied the recipe pafticular to ask for

finder ; ; J. D. MARTIN, Li ct i v cd by AMES A LI VELY.i for converting 23 gallons of whiskey into 40 gal
t'eevo buttons, plain nnd cornelian
cameo a
: onyx ; E. W. WILSON, i April 5. 235P. 14 Ions with the most satisfactory results. The hitter Dr C. McLane's Celebrated
great variety of stud*. fine p'ld. vest, fob and guard _
of the act entitled! An set sractincfJL does
TTN pursiaucc F. CREXSHAW, quality not possesss an equal amount of intoxicating -
r>abv! Laui. ia alunnte: see ir.ns. to the St.t'cs ofF1i.han3 chains ard ecals sold, keys tilvtr, fold ucd and steel siver pen and peuci and! niltcr ca I do ccitify, that myself! and many others, of tbit Flower Jars. properties to the former, though the 40 gallon VERMIFUGE and
ses, spectacles, gold -
Alabuuia. to aid in ;be c'tiucio' of thiujbleB. place were eye witnesses to the above elated c.i'.e, ? 1 LARGE noilrnent of Flower Jar, various Si" was of a much finer color, t.trte, and odor.-.Yew York

:-ti; I cikoaJ* i-i s-ti-t St Jtcanr>nd 171'ti il.iy.n'tl I. aud that Mr. Harris left perfectly rell.A ./JL zel, Just received and for sale JIrlas'mir. LIVER PILLS prepared bvV
a h' vi itLii tifrrii nilt' fin or.hi hue CtiCtcr\ and CJiui.s. T. l 'T'TC1 iyv 'I."li....a. .n...ttfT> fAlLflif tifr f\slr t.intl.Mn.1 re ..a : ,
i. 1.1. JA..X.1. JL 411 1.IAfl4. 4k ; -
V/ > I &)tk 1.tLL.1.April I IUU14H.Bm..s C L 4Lwic
elJpof i:! the f"llowing r.ulmin-4! l rnnch miicd in Dinner and breakfast knives without f.rk?, knives j Griffin, May, 11, 1S52. i 5. 1SSB. 14 efinfc.rmsttiou that U ptrf.-ctly astonishing, and '

saJ act, to wit : Fn Ri St. J'-linV tircr. at J'on 1 and forks in feit, c.irvcie and steel single fine p<>ck- > : cf>uM only hav
from Amelia Island, on tie! Atknj. t> 'Ie! wtr of 1 barrelled laminatedstetI and tub twist gnus, common i Lacuuroii Liquor. Practicability appears to have been
Tampa bav. with a branch to Cvdnr Kev, on -thi1 : guns shot p. ucht8-'f vaiinus patterns fine and i I d<> certify that 1 V.MS most horribly afflicted with ,- .EEF HIDES Wanted for whichthef tl.e design of the auiiuT. No delays are to SOLE Pittsburgh
$ a Cancer on hp, which caused Me pain, ind''Suribal : ) \ \ \ highcut will be paid Also Deer iwceacary PROPRIETORS -
Gulf of ilexico. tho Ts-npa bir soutbof flasks my upper price the ,
(except p-Tti.-'n common powder cleanin; ro is. El\'s caps CD J i ascertain results of an application of a recipV. '
ita with the Ced.-ir Kev J.r.-iich > and from le. After tryiii i ;? thoskill of all the most and Otter s-kins. DAVID C. WILSON !
and mateiials Air We from
junction ; wad*, wad cutteis, guns.nitbs.Silver speak actual observation.-Phil. Fun. I Pa. and take
fininml Physieii.ns that I could heir of, and that j Tallaha ee, September, 18f)5. .,9 no
P<>n!>acoa Floivb, to JI>>itgomrv.. Alabama. lave.ly : and Plated Ware. This; work will revolutionize the present stjlecf ,
truction fiom thi >fi5o, bt>en suspended from without leuef. I ijiive up my case as hopeless, nrul aaI manufacturing liquor'.-Nfto YurL JfiralJ.
Sile and Ir-cation. until further order". Silver table. desert and tea spoona. silver forks. sup I tluni ht, with death staling me in (he f cc. But fortunately I A. B. CLARKE, Lacour's book for instructing in the art of other, as' there are various

Given under my hmu. at the Gent-ral Lnnd OfSce nrd crea-n ladle?, butter and pickle kn1vc plated f"r me, I ht-aid of Dr. W. K. Moseley'd great and bottling effervescing teiu making '
trrai.ee h-
forks and ?, waiters, castors, cake find fiuitba- the of thidUeatc.. nnd I MERCHANT TAILOR brvtrrges, other
at the City \Vintn, His tlird ep'vn i success in tieatmciit as a last preparations now
twenty- neon- wine'*, and pure vinegnr for the table, ihould be I
day ofMav. 1S56. kt5. electio plated tea s-els. and coaimuoion service, resoit, I placed myself under hn treatment, and in one i DKALCH ix READY MADE CLOTHING AND in the hands of every housekeeper in the .
THOS. A. HENDRICK3. Coinmistor. butter sujjar. sni cream dishes chimher and parlorcicd'csticks mouth from the time he comnictied, I was perlectly country.The before the public
; GENTLEMEN'S FrJtNrI11Nt; GooDs. cop>rights fjrbid. .r we would give "ai readers purporting -
saltcellais. holders card and sound and
June ?. 1S5-5. 3IOE10EICfl boquet have been so ever since. '
this morniiiir. of the
some moat
Sower baskets and bnttanma ware. ELIZABETH JINKS. receiving at the well known old stand for- I I valuable recipes that be
NOW ever appeared in prin How so much inforinatii-n Ito Vermifuge
: "Miscellaneous Articles. Butts CfULty. Cit, May 27, 1316. : occupied by Clark Stillman, a sjeoerul can (
! be given for two dollars the most astonisling feature j
; assortment of Superior Ready Made Clothing. FurnUhing -
; Ladies eticulcs. saichcle. woik boxes pearl, Berlin j connected with the book.-.A'w Ywk T mtt. \ and Liver Pills. All

ANY QUANTITY OF ICE. iron and morocco port monaies. pearl card cases, oral > Horrible Castof Cnticc- Cured, Gk-odf in Cloth"of the, Cassinieres articles, Veiling, following
NIGHT AID BAT. beads coral necklace* and arralets, jet bracelets BY D1L W. R. M03ELEY, M. I). i Fine Black part Dress Frock Coats. : I work on the manufactureji,f liquors that we ever met others, in comparison

cekaoc! and bosom pn napkin ring hair and tooth I do that I for affiic- with ; it contains an immense number of formulas for
S.LE BY certify was many yeara bodily I Black and, Col'd Single Broaoted Frork and
FOR 1ICXRY BEERY. biushes. hat reviver she.'l.' bufalo, iaJia rubber uad ted with Cancer on my Lip and Chin, I tried all the ; Business Coats, making every variety of liquors,win -8.corJial,bitters, with Dr. MCLANE'S are

.'e irorv coT.bs.! china and wax Jolls. razor strops and remedies I could lieur nf. hut found no relief. I tinnllv 'f MnfA.ir f'> etftiAt.A *1\ yl.i **<-. svrups. vinegar, ttc. The work is published bv sub- i ,

rar. W. R. MasIey' great success in -the Dlack;'; and Colored Cloth Overcoats scriptioa ; the subscribers are dealers rind importers worthless.

I 500 Boxes Mull ins Tooacco.rlX *>: Itlls, bobetri n gla- .aJ china vajes and has j treatment of Cmiccr affections, and visited him at Black? Doeskin Pantn. liquors in thu city. This aloce! would peak more in '
ktU terra cotia vats and pitchers pufjme battles, lator of the reliabilitv of the work than
I could be oth-
Gtiifin; an in tie course <-f fix weeks he hail the Can- Fancy and Col'd Cassimcre Pants, The McLanesVermifuge
) beeceiveJ Jura.r t'e iiKritr.s cf Sr cn-Kr lewti Csr centre iu ptn-ion and *5 id li lar.ip, lamp ocr all removed. I would a.1vie HI! that are afflicted Black and Fancy Silk Vents, j erw iso said.-X. U. lidtii. \ GENUINE

A a.I 1 Ort-Lsr ci 4r : 0 &?x. : Vj's; aa. ihsde*. cLiniaev* and wick5 violins atd! bow guitar \\tli tl-o ciisi.-He, toi.it him and liave t th. ir health! Fancy Velvet do. \ March 1. 1656. 9-/>m j and Liver

sorted Tobacco. At a pr.je I le thia ess l jruri banf.s. tamt .'U'it.ei. accordtucs. cUriouct dutcs andnes. restored. He i i-i. l'<-\ rn..1 all kind of doubt the most d.r C.i3s. do. Cashmeres, '

i Nev Y- oriz.hn N"trbcTj n rj- jjt guitar ttiI vicliu eraZe. Sue cologce aud other ekilfc! Cancer due:or' i.i the Su.th.-in .
br&etrtd it teasi ns I tf>: : s-.c tx; :cs e-d :i.ertrad r-rfc'Jerv. a.ii a general H*<>rtnm of Toys.Vt'aictts Cherokee Co.. (;a. EM AN LTEL DOMINO -ALSOA i LACOUR'S PATENT IMPROVED PROCESS can now be had at

6ti1e.j f.i:'. tr r ze To inj.'cwelry repaired fromptly an-J in the IiEHPEXf LE-Dr. J. D. 3Iim tin, Oilffin. G.J. ; I Dr. J.Y. fiue .. 'Sortiin-iitof hiirt! llar* Cravat?, Black, I j For malting all kinds of ail

I : .t3rtuL11c! ;. I refer I se r.ffz ?n LE.. : r-.s.ir. M. Pu<'k -t, Harris cor.utv, TCXHH ; Grecr 1Ih.'p, White ;.L 1 Colored.! Kid .r.d Silk (Cloves, self adjusting { Liquors and Vinegar, respectable Drug

D. LADD. _Oe'.4.r 20L1S55 4' Giiilli', Ga Stock?, Cotton ai>d ileiino UniJer-Fhirt", Jeans, by the ue of Laccur'* Esstntial Stores.
%-i: :: Circular &. Upright Saws. > !>:.iv.'crr. Li ,vii I I-ar'-y. Cotton, and Lisle Thread 1 I Ii

1[ < "/Mi'i-ain: i -/.i.f.l Caiiibric II Ian lacrchiefs all These Oils obtained
a.Eett'd 'a;; TCLtl.IC : <% are by Distillation at theCheoi- FLEMING BRO'S
Circular Saw
( WLLGiT..CrSi! ,
11oL.c- -: Hi: IlKAI* : jr'wL'M! .-r.- : _.. I iLc j-a./iii-i-n I oesoal.te! tcnr.s ical Laboratory (pariah Jeffersou) of Pierre Lacour, ,
U! erij5uri f fcss li* a* v JM th* e viSaws. .! J_ II', io .p; iu 52 -.L-rb KZ ?, <.r. 'ian I ami LrD : ... T -.rted JMOd'i as ol'en 5 in tls! M ikc*. .* '.thor ofLac 'V LADDNotice < I:; r i- U-o-fTi" ; -: ..- -* .v \ \ -. ,
; \
J! ,. = 9
w. 1L-rrkt' i jS-i' Mar : ; IjiCt-ur the
ci-c-: : ;:- :r : 'puiations, en Manufacture of Li-
Lp .. S_
; .
Sc 1k-. .3 I i. r'.i. LMi. if)5>KLM"na a f5 '. Sole ProprlelorfcSCOVILAMEAD.
N lIi.-r l
r3tir.: vft'te j n 1"' 5:5: ;.': J 'L\a'c.:.::, I ''tera U iiy: illlt\ t I .Lti.).'! the Of. ',,- '
These Circt.l.rb Le"res' : Cfc LACOUR'S HIT. O' COGTAC, couTer nei.tral
: :
'. : 'c Ji"y n ofinv ;ife. lil.Ifl;' at thK1} : : c- i'nti; .* all\\ jrBLr.n J..' .-l '.! -.i.-- .ce )/ J'i f'.idndrii: t'sr'-ui' 'o'.rt .
t4. b.tviu: vetI :t.trovir: (rri( to: Ctractors. '. S[r',..i to i f-upcrior imitation cf Imported Brandies, No. 111. Charters St.N'ew Orleans! ,
-I 1 I li-i.-iitu-o
siM'ia'ly it. lathe .. .
by Li E'itv.'tai '
other Pate : ia LC. T e txrt is slc-rt jidO. >350, Orii --iy : MJ.: Jt,.; 5u.-rpf, Marett, C gns?, Poutney.! S..:g- [ 'iencral Wholesale agent for the Southern State. to
:r 'ev-A, hiV *.vif h.td tnd iii.l "' '
tlrct .1 ( % i'"KH i.-
p.irt < ( ::T TV ? sc -t !>; r'' ) ]!iMT! fPivoren. '.
and *-4oC f v.iriocs sizm. intt. Li' : !i.r.2i_ 'i Propenies, Castilhon,and Losi all orders be addreued.
r >
extracrrlire. i
a rt.:to OiMt: iLll P.O, s".Jt.H% JilVLR.FLX, L-t.r -x rn must
to u.ak t.cir ortast tL-y t't'ned :- ii to tl.- itif.icttm t.f s'-ie afHd.v.it
F..r fLtr trtcj jppearancL- ; JT : coUit by i'ui! 1 l-e) !: ir.ir.irs.! The Liquors will; have a full frtit : Sold by Ames 4 Lively E. EaraarJ. Jr. MJwNa
2 155.
in. size ur-t'l the xvhole breast
toiiiciea-e! ill ( L'ai.'iea of D. P. Holldiui po'iiciter f-r tic c rJ! -
DANIEL LADD. -a flnvnr, nnd a beautiful -sparkir.ig color. Common b & Co Tallahassee, Fla. J. S. M. Daihoc.Q'iines' .
EALED ?.OFOALS will u reivfd at 'ti.isO I ;
(iitei'--'l nia-v: arid very painful. procured the iti.t. tl.j.f the, ilcf, ii.iaut re-'i'ics 1 eypij'l; the j'rijihc
; Kfi, Nc-verr.lcr 3.1EI. Itfctititd \l.bey will be'.barged, by the use of the I I0I Gardner & Mills, Newport W. T. Carpenter -
I -'avp-irt 44 OfSce ci C2nnc, to Brandy, Pine Apple i ii & Co. Waukeenab Mostly & Pope. MaJaoo.
? a C2i al. with its Bppt-nd.igcs1, nd fditLful ;
> necessary the earnest attthliuu of th-iii t It i- ordered, that this cause be set for
Corn and Cob Cruslier.GiArGZr.'SpUdC.'ra 2fh a* Lift Locks, Guard Locks. Basins, ic., from ,' skilful physician bhe continued to grow wora< aiid the facts charged its tl.e bill, on the firet hearing Mi r.iluy upon ;i Brandy.LACOUR'S mn.en OIL C.-guj OF RYE 1'randv, Ac.j < Palmer mf t Bro, Mocticello T S.Pnlesten, Mon I j changes common Rcct-I Cbaltahoochee Baltull t *
Lalie Karney on the St Jil.ns to Indian Kivcr. a di-! j until the incurable W. Rogers Co., ; Wri&
worse, they gave caf up as ai.id in September, 1856, unl1"1* the defendant shall on or !
and Cb CrusLer. I ified Whiskey to Monongahela Rye U'hukey, old Viri Marianna Nicholson t Zei ler. Eainbridg Os.
thirteen on, .
taLe of mea, 2.410 feet ; nutln-rizf-d by the advised amputation. I was aduced bv many of mvfrietHs before that day enter his and demur i ; ;
for t1:*; sale f-f iL c eup appearance ginia Malt Whiskey, Bourbon Whiskey, tc. D. H. Dickmson Babbridge EL Seixas Thomas1'e,
General Afs eiabiy, t'ftbc State of Florida, at it.= fesion U.Mt DR. W. R. MOSELEY.'of Griffin, Ga". plead or answer to said bill. It is faitlier ordered, CEDRAT ; ,
?ricr C>b Cmihcrs. cnconal-ji, it i is ssid tj at.v 12 of 1 54-6 An Act entitled An Act ; OIL OF changes common Rectified j Ga.
by provide I di'l, and. it In had (
.which astonishing ad seem, that a of the above order be ) in
may published some
the Co ntri, A =t'k of l.e Cnsr s.ui.l kit, enL for and Libdral of lutomal ImC'ff'VfetTCDtS copy I Whiskey to old Irish Malt Whiskey, and a superior I I February, 1866. 8-ly
enceurufe a Sytteri fur entirety cnreil ici'Jtin one month and x'ie in now for three consecutive mouths
weekly .
: nJ tl! Is Fall. Pieces \\sv, newspaper previous article of Scotch Whiskey.
cMly \-t ; c.nfciler.n -
etn\rtg the ;
13 5t.ae. ;! I would Ivise all who nfflicted i
in rjuvdhcalih ore to aid first Monday in September. Done and I T PJdtIce.I
OIL OF PEACH cbamre VimI! .
: r-i saving in fee-i *45 *o5 *65 eacbUlllll'lil [ common Whiskey to
.-.,.- .! % TA.. ...-r.: .... .i ...1 .,. Prop"calj! : will specify tie amount for wLich: the j with Scirrhus, and Cancerous affections, to visit the pascd at Chambers, this 61 h of May, 1856. rrlfli'.l__ P. ..flAll.. ".flrni1v.. jtl. Oil.. nfPoQAK. .. on.l All.. fit / .-/VMMA !
a. hV. I U..C3 L1.I 1 work will lie dor.e, tue mode ana mnnner in tiiclipymtnt Doctor without delay, as I ain patiehfd by expen sce J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. o -J -- 5- -- --- '- WA months after data, the undersigned,aflmitaitra-
3r/urtucr rch ralar call nn-1 xair.lne!. will convert common Whiskey to Apple Brandy.
-ryc.ui&e1vt: ire to \\jc made, whrtht-rin land-- or moneys. and observation, tint he i ii the most skillful physician May 10, 1856. 19Executor's trix, of the Estate of R. E: Gibson deceased w3I
OF the
s.. ooa as t tock fur a anrple'trritea.! or portion? of eac'i. Maps, Profiles and eetimatcbean I j in the Southern Stales, in the treatment of that horrible I convert poorest Whiskey to Holland !- present her account and topdbrera to the Hon. Jodgt

D. LADD.Newport. be seen at this office, and nov infuimation obtained by cuease-Cancer. N.otice. Gin Scheidam Schnapps, Rose Gin, Swan Gin, of Probate, for Gadsden County, for final MUlem

July 5, 186. 27 addressing the undersigned at 'Orange Mill Post Of WILLIAM H.MITCHELL, : SIX months after (date we will present oaracconnts England Gin. Ac.LACOUR'S CONCENTRATED. and will apply to be discharged from the aJminlctrtttorshrp

flee. St. John's River, Florida." Proposals will aleobe I M. K. MITCHELL, : vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate for ACID willin five of said estate.

A Homestead for S10 rec:iv.-d for constructing a Rail }{s>ad over the Davrjhlrr of J. H": Bradbuiy, Rome, Ga. the aid County of Gadsden, for final settlement, and hours after and being mixed, change five gallons ol good FIORI DA JL T. GIBSON, Admfx.

same gionnd. F. L. DANCY, Rome, Ja., October 25. 1854. apply to be discharged, from the executorship Oscar Vinegar twenty-five gallons of water, to thirty April 26,1858. 16-6m
S310.000 Worth of Farms and Building State Engineer, State cf Florida. Fillyaw deceased. gallons of the meat acid Vinegar that can be found iu

LOTS Atu'.t8l,1S55 35-ly OWEN L. & JAMES A. FILLYAW, Extor's.i the markets. By the use Lacoar's Concentrated Acid S Hides
rL3D. Vinegar can be made for one dollar and sixty cents
"TX th< Grid Region of Ci.lpper Co., 1 irgicia.to be AIL persons that are desirous of availing them- i April 12..1856.Administrator's. 15-6m per barrel. TT7ANTED in apy qttanlfty, for which the highest

JL i-iieamrct 1D.2CO subscriber*, on tie 17tb IcIAny i solv of DR. MOSELEY'S 6ervic. will find him at FOR MAKING LIQUORS, Lacour's Oils require T V market price. will be paid in cash or groecrie-

cf Ser'er.ber. 185S. f-* the benefit of Port Royal Peniale of Ice j his INFIRMARY, BROADWAY, GRIFFIN.GEORGIA. Notice. no prepatLtlon-.only ponnng the Oil into the Whiskey BROOME t HEIR-
Aeademy. SubscriptioL OM.T rrx pottAEE EACH, ftuanity SeptemberJ5,1855 Zl
: and shake weAL The thus
I is Liquids made will havee -
OTICE that the will
hereby given undersigned
one half down, tl. j r ** uti the delivery of tne DEED.
Eterjabscribtr will TT OTS of the gcmune: cool stuff, just arrived and I Patient boarded at ?1 per day. or ?16 per month. _i_ at the expiration of six months file his vouchers fine natural aroma-a full, rich, oily taste-a beaut STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESS
f eta BuuJine Lot or a Farm j 1 J for sale by the wagon load, cwt. or the fcma'.l. FEES, in all cases, to be agreed upon before undt-r- and a >ply for a final discharge from the adrninistra ful transparent color and a fine bead Lacour's Oil

ringing in value frcm10 to ?25,( fO. Thee Farms By I). LADD. takcn. No case wiil be received into this stabll,li- I ion of the estate of Nathcn unit, deceased. exeit three distinct propel tics in converting common AT XEWrOKT.rpnE .

and Ute, arf.iW vj eic-p! to induce 'ettlemeuts, asufficient Newport May 10), 1855. 19 inert unless it is believed on examination, that it can PATRICK SMIT:!. Admt'r. Whiskey to Brandy. Gin ic. The first property combines ) ondersigced still carries on the aboe1cthmredi,

; r.uml>er lining reserved the increase in the be cured, or admit of relief. All cases rejected will M.ivS, 1S65. 18 with and subsides in the form 6f Floculeut par- J. in all its branches. Buildings wallcakulaUd M

I v 4ue of trliieh will cotnper> Wanted Wanted deepatcLing wagons.
price now aked. Ample! fturlty: will be givn for All letter, to entitle them to notice, must enclose Town Property for Sale The whiskey is (bus deprived of that peculiar$ irritating Newport. September 2,1854. S11LflRL1I1 S

the faithful f-erfjrrnauce of contracts ai,d proaiises. i purchase> 50 likely NEGRO MEN, from 18 to a "stamp" for the payment <>f postage mid be directed and burufng taste, and becomes a neutral spirit!

: M"te Agit' ae w .t-'cd to ob.in. ] *>_ r-oorcrif no-A fr which fiiA Inirti) af r rit* inch ti W. R. MOSELEY. M. D_ I rPIIE undersigned offers at private sale the follow- the second nronertv consists in an orlv mhrilam'n.>i'

; to -" the nic'-t liberal i1. :iii'-u't-!?? \\iil be given. ;T11 be paiif. Apply to S. S. KNIGHT --- -- Griffin. Georgia. I JL inif described property known as the Jravia Lots, taste; imparted'to the Liquors, which r'ndersjtn'411ow, AeI jS5a&u

Some Ag !Jts wrile Jiat *bey tie tnikii: ? >jOo prsnuztb. March 22, lt56. 12 February 23. I860. ly5MostipprovedCornMllhlnUse. i vte l : Lots New. 8. ?5. 27. 30. 43, 140. 141. 142. 143, and imparts an appearance of great age ; the third -0DR. --
a Advertuirg will be due for ever 144. 228, 227. 235. 23-J.240. 241, 242. 243, 244. 245. property ia exhibited in the rich, vinous,'nutty odur .. T.-J. CUR LEE.

wjjeic ;po Ue. Fir full J.artik?,. ubcripttr. FluidOF 245. 2-16. 250. 252, 253. 25-1, 256. 257. 258. 268, all that i* imparted to the Liquor, which render distinction

A-Tv-rivo IQ"LV! <*:<., m'J'J snr.lr to F- UI.. l/UIX, | Burning -f A A OF the most npprovtd LANIER CORN in the original plan of the city of Tallahassee. from the Genuine Brands impossible. Practicing Dentist,

Port: Rovrl." CIte, Oj.r.. n superior Quality, Just ifCi ived nd iri.itie i 1\/U MILLS for sale hy the Subscriber. These [ -ALSO- fgT These Oil a re put up in quart bottles each TN THOMASVILLE, GA, and MONTICELLO

July: 5, 165C.; 27 by AMES i LIVELY. Mills have been for home time in use through this re Lots Nos. 1. 2, 3.1, K, 8, 7, in S. Counly qr.ALSO bottle contains sufficient Oil for mating 300 gallons! .1. and ilADlSON, FLA, and their respective and

May SI 1656. 22 ;ji"n and lower pint, (1 Ot-oigia: and! pvc perfect tat i iI liquor. Full and comprehensive directions accompa i iny adjaec'nt counties. He inserts a'oy number of Arta*

AdniinistratorsNotice.CIX I iafd the rise f j the bottle. Price ?2 per b<%ttlr. J oidl Teetb,,from ONE to a FtJLL seit. oo the laffrt

tuon'l.f afur Jate I fcliali Advances on Sea Island Cotton. in the dav with les than ln| ordinary pin power applid Lot* Nus. I. 12. 13. 15. 16. 22 t, 25. 89, 40, 49, 61 j C2T: One b.ttlef these O.I (five in number) will \ improved principle, grvingthttn that beautiful, life

IL_) ar4 to he H' Ji1re p1t.elt of4'ruate my account f.rLeflft ADVNCES aiade on Sea Island Cot |. to it. The l maker furriihes H hand toput it up ; | f'i.ia; the South i County quarter. be securely packed and shipped (with .till of lading) j like appearance which approaches Nature so nearly
LIBERAL 'The above (described property formerly"belonged free of charge, to of ihe as to challenge detection by tie closest observer.
any part
tS.c aImriaiator: tf It. ) }) to Charleston, bv I). LADD. i and cverv one warranted to give perfect satisfaction. country upuithe
S. }L4 i CuiKty WJ.ti i.s. CLMseJ, aud f-r cftLc.esU.tc Hi.al I New Port, Nov. 3, 1855. 44 Call and eXimn: them at D. LADD'S. i ii to Guy. Jiriiwu. For futther inf,rmaliuu and terms, i iwtiieh receipt of-JIO, to the address of Persons needing Dental operation on their NATURAL
frcc stIaLrtati.n. asx a discharge i Apiil 21, 1855. 16 | will be liberal, apply; to A. Perry Amaker, Esq, [ P. LACOUR. New Orleans. I Teeth, and wish him to perform them, can byapplvingsoox

THOMAS IIAYWAIID Aun-'r. A. W. DAVIS, D. D. S. Attorney at Law, Tallahasnee. | March 1, 1856. 9-6m i ,, have them done at the follo'wizmgprxelwhjeh
i MILES NASH & CO. CHARLES P. MANNING. I -- will be fonr.d to be MUCH lower than has crtr
_Jaly 26, IfcSO.:; S'WGin | RESIDENT OFFICE,TALLAHASSE. FLA. Until sold, the above property will be for rent. Como Ono Come All i been offered iu this section of country before, to-wH:

Important Improvement in Artistic i Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, fitc.j A. PERRY AMAKER.- A t* examine DAVID C. WILSON'S large and For filling teeth with Gold Fell tl 00,8160, $J W

Executor's Notice. i iV Dentistry j TUST received from New York per bark R. H.'Oarn- February 1C, 1856. 7-tf _r1_ well selected stock o'f good* purchased by himself and2 50, varying according to size of cavity. sad

.. OTICK: all I tJ Lie, a general sortmerit of articles in our line, amount of material used; Extracting teeth,in ornct.
: K Lertby given to JX I-SOM boMin.; i T'V wlidi! Jli<> face restrjreil to its oriirina!contour. ; .,. .--. (LI C !..-.,.-e 1.._. I L" .: c1_ _1 1'ULA consisting not only of the realities of life, but also __t_. El' _.---. A. .1
._L c.i.ist: Otnioucis ib'Ult Jine relate ct .New- : 1i uci UP vyna *'i luui'ioi. VTCIJ &iuu, uuuii.ig 1'iutu, .IJLVVL \JllmT7RESII those article well adapted to please! all. not only in only ov rcuiB-uu vi vuicv, ?,*.
lIiafl GilcbiiA late cf Gad deu couuty, deceased, to and with it them loss of the teeth supplied so ns White Lead, Zinc and other paints, Window Glass ofqnuliiv & PURE of the celebrated Brand-" He quality ant stylee, hut in prices. This stock is not en- His rxicx for a full upper or lover saLt cf teeth ot
j.<-Ett.t them legally autLcut icatcd within tie time to elude detection. Samples of improvement maybe t. lit-st Putty. BrUfhes. Potash Soda, Spnrklin X? giman Clark t Co & Rusbton's. ly large, but selected particularly for the Florida markets I PLATE (with CONTINUOUS GUMS if necewaryjij l
pt.aeiiI.sd by law, or this notice will be "Ipail against : seen; also temporary sets on Ge1atius Lonkn MLlstarmI, }rench Brandy (very best,) For ale by AMES t LIVELY which he feels assured he will bo able to sell at only 16 per tooth, uulptrfcd satisfaction guanat* ain

.. tUr liiul rtejverv. K. S. S1IEPAICD. Ciiitta Purclia, fi''r ,rielicial purpnse3, spiCes, Pepper. Lemon Sya up, Aprils, 1856. 14 low. not only for cash and the produce of the country evfty instance. f

Ezt'r. In a few boui, so tbot persons having teeth removed Inks, Qtuimme, Peruvian Bark. Fluid 1xtract Bticbu, but also to those who have been dealing with him Those desiring his services in any portion of the

p Jinc 21, 1856. 25 can have a complete substitute immediatet.Children' ) I Ar<*.. tc., and a general assortment of Popular Patent Wines, Syrups, &c foe vears. All! those wishing to purchase wa would above named counties. or any other sectioa of eoontry
: .
teeth extracted, and ad vice git en to parents | Medicines. We keep none but the very best and LD Otard Cider advise to call and tee these splendid can upon application by letter to either of tM abrr

Notice.Sta'e in regard to the management and treatment of the | hone to merit your patronage 0 Old Port,Brandy, Sparkling Old Port Juice, Glace, Chene, Satin Plaid and striped, named Post Office*,or 4therwi er CCT* prw p* M
; All warranted suit the j MILES NASH, A CO. Untiou.
teeth gratis. operations to most Solid and Plaid Brocades, _
Madeira Cherries
; of Florida, ) I fastidious. Will practice in the principal towns j March_29. 1856. 18 j Sherry, Sardines Brandy Gro de Rhines and Black Silks, of all prices and
3. County of Hamilton. J JALL the State. References the of *
: throughout : Faculty qualities,
,;_ pcnoni indebted to the estate cf Allen 0. the Ohio College of Deutal Surgery, and those who Notice Sparkling Flavoring Oefatine, Preserved" Quince, Black and colored Velvets, Jmxix Cot*. Macoo Osoegla.HOLJ. .

4 late of Hamilton couuty, deceased, are he is daily operating for. I IS hereby given, that we shall make application, six Extracts, Pears, Solid and plaid Cathmere and Mcricoe. L. SXWAXD. )

requested to make immediate payment, and t.hoe ApMl2 1856. 17 months after dale, to the Hon. Probate Court of Yeast Powders, Tamarinds, Solid, plaid and figured Detainee, JCDOZ LOTS. >TbocaaftiSi.a'

having demands agaiutt said estate will present them t Hamilton County, to be dismissed from the administration Spanish Olives, Spices, Embroidered, plaid and black Alpaccia J.S.WIXZSQ, J

.. ia the time prescribe by law. i Insolvent Estate Notice of the Estate of James S. Ross,late of Hamilton Corn Starch, Pickles Black Bombao'nei, -- W. 8. DiiwotTX.bq, 1C. -

NATJI'L. P. MARION, Ext'rJcneJl. County, deceased. Worcestershire Sauce, Salad Oil, Spanish and Mohair Debaigea, O. Fir*. Eq, I IMe.r. -

11 ISfig. 25 I State of Florida, ) AMOS CHESHIRE Admt'r. English Mustard, Capers, Ladies black and colored Italian cloak cloth*, W. J.1A f Xsn6efl* 714
ELIZABETH CHESHIRE Adtnfx.Feb. Claret, Cocoa, CoL E. E. BIACUOX. J
County of Leon. ) Black and colored and silk Talmjrs,
: *>.. 1850. S AMES i LIVELY. January IS. 1856.TALLAHASSEE.. I.A.meB
Notice. Talma. ,
ALL persons having claims against the Estate of January 5, 18CS. English plushed
.. Jiukins, late of Leon county, deceased, Dotted and embroidered lace Veil,
A LL ppreon* having claim against the esiAt of Blacksmithing.Underoignd c* Xai'U017
late are hereby notified to present the same to the Judge Solid plaid and figured Bareges,
\Y. deceased of Gadsden
j.JL. John Mann county -. have formed Uoiiiicts Bonnci FLORIDA.Wholaal0"ta .
of Probate, ot Loon County, at his office in Tallahassee rpJIE Black and colored 8balley,
notified to them to the unJereign .
lie hereby present -L "T
b for tim ADIES colored straw Bonnets,
a co-partnership
pur- Welch Silk and Flannel
on or before tho first Monday iu December next, guaze : < Eieeutrir within tlie time prescribed bylaw, .far navment tiro rata. [ pose carrying on the Blacksmithing I J Ladies colored straw trimmed Bonn eta, Red and yellow Flannels. -
ur lulB IJUIHT 1111 uc yicitu iu uar vi .uraod rrcorerj, -- --v---- D.W. OWYNN, Busnuts m all its various branches. Partie.. 'S plain 4. Opera Flannel of all color*, i,JiUU3 AMDPerfumery. hiMa.-

:4 all those indebted are requested to make pytaent Judge of Probate.R ul.ir attention is given to Carriage and Spring Work, black U English and Erencb embrci Jered band, DyUicfi, fkrjkal IaatrSuo t*.
4r. immediately. and Axles of all kmd of Vehicles. white satin and fcilk
to laying The Lace and linen C. Handkerchief '
21 .
Wiacfev Olaaa PainU.tioo
Hay ?4, 15f6. > Spices, Snuff. ,
MARY MANN, Eilr'x. hop :H convenient to the Livery Stable of P. B. Brokav. 14 black (extra size) Emb'd Collars, Handkerchief* and Undersl eves, OOa Vanisbw, Putty Mtrsd ToSseo.

lI1D. 7, 1858. 2S-6m .', and special attention give-i tn horse-fchoeing.FHrmipf .- Children and Misses straw Embroidered Cbemouctta and Collarette .pstai4&et.s .
$ PEWA 1D. sod Olas War*. ,
implfcinenti of every deccription done to ori i .4 S. Hat Blue, brown and Veil Barege F5a Tooth 'V1 sad sadiev
In Leon Circuit Court. To Fsll Term green fino Soaps, ,
t dt-r. I B. For sale DAVID 0. WILSOJf.
ANA WAY from the -SuVscribcr: en the BROIfAW, by Black love Veils, and Hair BraabcvPabtEn u.5i5-AT.'ptpcses.; '
: .Herring Quino, )\ ,AUadiCQWit for $268 61-100 I lCtb )i.etnl'W Keio Y.Vor.eo ALINA. H. B. FITT-S. October 13, 1855. 41 thread. Cotton and Linen Lacca, iia,. -, -

.'-f VLE..WIl.y. ): amount, of Debt sworn tcf She la nbout'6 feet b inches higii, about 24 or Jan. 12, 1856. My -1 Cambrio and Swiss deiog and lawrtinji, Garden Seeds,, jt

[ and Bood for {587 22 QOO.- -_? 25 yearj old, aud*of copper complexion, and -- Notice. .. Bobioet and Mantilla Lace, s Zutj sal fia1

William E. WUlejJ of slender form., .SU was raised ou the sea board c-f NoticesSIX IX months after date we will pre&
cinE Defeadaot and all other foUrecled, are ber Georgia, and frpeju'tu tbo broguo peculiar! to the negrots rnontLtf'aftcrdate, we will present our account, S and vouchers to the Hou.' Jndg vt of Probate of curtain and Dress Calicoes. 9

. \L, by notified of the ioUitutionof the above eoti of that aeetion. Fo. aotne Vearh prior to ray ::: < .c., to the Hon. Judge of Prpbate of Hamilton County, for a final settlement of the estate Embroidered Law Curtains, '

L tXd.uit; by attacbmeot and arebereby required to a owning her, iho wu4 owned by' Mr. Aaxow of St. Hamilton County, for a final settlement of the estate of David Moat, late of said county, deceased, and ask White,black and laU bou ry.

appear W plead to the declaration filed io the cat Mary'f, 0*., and wiry be trying to mtk* her way of Stephen Kenh lat of said County deceased, and to- bo discharged as- adminittratora. ,Whito and black silk ,boi ry,

___ i witLtn iire cjontb* from tbia date, as required by back to hat placo. I will pay f 20 for her arrest and ask to bo diacuirged aa Executors of said eaUto. EDWIN F. WREDE. Ladies and Gents black and coN Kid Qferef,

fctr 4 K. WALKER, > lodnacot in any jail, or t25 for her delivery to me JAMES GILL. ) ELIZABETH MOAT M5s e4 colored Kid Glove*,
4 PrY OWYNN, f A for? here. GEO. K1G. WILLIAM ASSET.. J JFeb. Admmistrttorri. Ladies and 0 cots buck and KidGmcatlet*. ; cf

-- JuW 19. l M W rri.. I.tr.i; !6, 16oC 7 March 1, 1866.. >-6m October 13. 1855. 11 351 8


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