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 23, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY JAMES JONES._ < TALLAH SSEE/FL :'AUGUST 23, 1856. .voLt :J3t..

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The Floridian & Journal i the foregoing passages for evidence of his GOT. Cobb and Senator Benjamin i iMaine. iu I To Mary. -. Walter Gwynn 10 11,1'n LL dy.n ,

I* paUuLed every SATURDAY by hostility to the section in whoso defence 1 he ,
I stand within the feitive ball .izatio,:ei

JAMES S. JONES, EDITOR & PHOFBIETO] was ready to buckle on his armor To stich A correspondent of the Boston Post gives n. i I Where wit and mirth ar. wenviug OFFERS hi.the U.vertices S. Lead pen Office;br wishing locating to Led enter A.N.:DCOMMISSION : -
A beam to welcome all I
At TaRE DOUARS per annum in advance. an infamous depth partisan malignity and: graphic account of grand Buchanan and I I The ofiight.and the-grieviug Warrants or otherwise., He will ,also give pTodij .

dishonor have some of them, .it least; n< t Breckinridge's gathering held in Maine on the I stand merry within the festive hill; attention to such business as may be intrusted to bun ;:MERCHANT. ,
TERMS OF ADVERTISING. in either(the other offices in the I
7th iast. Among the sf'"nkersVue Senate And happj} feet are telling CapitoL Charge
scrupled to descend. TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA,'
One square of 12 line*. or 1es.. first insertion, f I 00 Benjamin, of Lousianna, and Gov. Cobb, of The mazy windings of the ball,* t will be reasonable corresponding to services perform* .. ."*
each subsequent to 5 O What must Mr. Buchanan thi k-wh:1t; While music's soul is swelling Being Deputy in the State Land Office, b. of conn July n 1866. f Hy _
Georgia. We a notice of the ; .
quote reception will make for busueM ia that
no charge DeptrtmtoiMay t.
ProCeWonal nod Business Carda inserted I stand
at$10 within the festive hall
annum.Adrert'scments. per must Northern men who have up to this da) and speeches of these gentlemen. Where beauty's lamps are burning, 17,1856. SO-ly \ J EDWARD M. WEST. ,

not marted with the curatxrjojertiot of stood by the South think of a return so Insi( Towards the close of his remarks, th pre And h arU on which their beamings fall,
will be continued until forbid and chargeaccordingly. for an expression of friendship so slrong. For sence of Gov. Cobb, and Senator Benjamn To bles- their light are turning; To Rheumatics &,Others. Attorney
Yet of love and shine
was: announced.At eyes light may FLORIDA.
of of thn sake of our section for tho good But all the round all ( Rheumatic T TALLAHASSEE
JJP Certificate publication legal or estatDoOcfi namcc this, the vast became almost glory m rpo persons suffering rom Complain *
will not be given until tho advertising Ceo i il the race let us rejoice in the belief that few frantic congregation Can never win one thought of mine JL we offer a positive remedy 3 ia Jay't Slim Mating Aprils, 186 ._ li
paid. with joy and cordiality. Th From her, whose own have bound me. Linimmt. It ha been effectual in the permaueot
very few could be found in the South KO utterly welcome of the yeomanry extended to these Never I-for, Mary, in my soul cure of Chronio and Rheumatic diMasea. Tboossudi FLOYD HOLLAND,

devoid gratitude. And let us assur distinguished visitors from the south-Georgia Each look thou'st ever given have no doubt been rescued (rom an untimely death Attorneys, at'Law.aren't "
Is treasured unbroken-whole, by the me of this great remedy.For .
and Louisanna up
JforiMan & toutIua1. our Northern friends that not only in words; ,-was poured forth in om As if ti gift from heaven; sale by Druggists generally and at "Wholetali "t TILJ, *etiee. ., Court ef::,1C
but by acts, the South repudiates such consentaneous, deafening shout. They acknowledged I I Each word thou'st ever breathed to me and Retail by AMES & LIVELY. f' and waS Florida,and iLtb-1 1Sit..QNui

-- --- .___ ._ ._ --- .4. son no bounds, no restrictions, rii i I IlavjoU,blunts my memory still TallabuaM, May 21, 1656. 2i-ly ct.. .u.o.m C 1)iItIf& filtal 'UD"
TALLAHASSEESaturday : as a shame and dishonor to her.-Saraxna,, limits to the sincere cordiality or that wel I. :,: And binds my heart, where'er 1 be, ted SUtet,jn tie Kotthem DWtricttftorida,:
Georgian ct$ Journal. romp. It was free, full, perfect: unmistakable. : To worship npite of willI DR. N. G. MoDONALD, R.I.J'J.M1t 0tIIM Alit JIlL
I thfl festive ball D. P. HOLLAND. Oftc QIOC7Mm
quit quit .
[ft human
I wont as tar as or human voiei *
22 1856. This garbling so severely and yet so Where youthful hearts are glowing. MONTIOELLO, FLA. Dec.M; 1885. 51 .
Aug. or human expression could (It was honest 0
go. And wit
o'er all
sportive a gleam
justly condemned by Savannah attend with assiduous care, all CAM i-!
our cotcmporar5 Tho WILL DR. MILES H. JA88. '
true generous. meeting was 3J. Of happiness throwing. t.ed to him.Office'udjoininscthatofCol.. I .
Mr. Buchanan's Feeli gs towards the has been unblushingly done f Iy' one of I' journed till the afternoon. I qnit. I quit the festive hall, Dilworth. onus Ha .. .starred TO i>a IIL MS or

South in 1826. the Know Nothing Candidates for a prominent Following dinner, the first speaker wa !, And Where maidens'laughter feet is to resounding.music's c&Il March 22, 1858. 12-lj TAILAHASSXS SCMOTOlinW COC9tXT. ,
Hon. .. P. of Louisannn Dr..Mssb.homt&a17esatotb.JPostoeh .
office before the of Hoiida.Waknlla Benjamin formerly Are flPFIOEwIth
people merrily rebounding. 4
The extracts copied below, are taken Iro'rrr. a uliig from his youth a whig, up to the time I For, oh I "tread not in the dance, WILLIAM P. SLUSSER \ M .. '

speech delivered by Mr. Buchanan in tbe County. I of the destruction of that party always twhig. : Though women' eye b&biijjhtoing i T11a13.a.eo F1a. Mayl1855. i I

He i is:1 member of the Democratic And darting forth"in every"glance ,
of nsw
House in 1826. BERRY
Representatives They On Saturday last, 16th inst, tho Democratic I party. lIe act with it. lIe shall Its soul subduing lightning; MANCFACTURXR OF COPPER,Tix AND SHEET R. H. .,
what his then in relation I cannot mingle in tbe scene F
snow feeling were committee gave a Barbecue at Newport continue to aot with it as he did with the Where wit and mirth are sparkling IROX WABK, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Auctioneer and Commission j"

to the Island of Cuba. They show unmistakably and as it had been announced thai party, so long as it shall exist and he shall For wit a gloomy time hath been DIaLER ix PLAIN, FANCY AND JAPANNEDWARC. MERCHANT.:

that ho was even at that time, in faoruf lion. G. S. Hawkins and j live.: His was southern eloquence. It was I Mytiature'a sunshine darkling; I
the acquisition of that Island, as a influential I a warning torrent-a glittering stream, by a I I cannot join tin. fairy throng Stove Ilead.Qututer3'A TAUABASSZI, Fla,Sept 29, 1855. 19 ,
friends For is
would be present, the master of grief ever springing Parlor
our of SPLENDID assortment Cooking. '
Mr. j jI
of defence and limpid deluge persuasive melody. Within the heart whose tendrils DR. B. N. G&RDN .
means protection to the citizens loffg f XJL and Wood Stores, trimmed with neatness RtOFFERS
> section of the
every county w.v Benjamin wields over his audi
great Have
to thine been
0.n clinging; 5? the eitiu
South. I j and durability, at reduced price his professional service to
fm" very large. ence. He tells the plain truth as it i', without I grive to thiuk tboac tendrils may and surrounding country. QfKo

'* At tbe period of which we speak, Mexico We cannot too highly praise the i reservation. lie expresses it in simple. Be broken from their holding, Out Door Work. removed to the residence of Mr.Joba R.Crump. tit-
And Ornamental Front Heads, Guttering,
arrange the be Copper
heart Roofing
and Colombia threatened and in modest by spurned away nation the late Dr.Jacob Eli t.
Cuba occupied by
France language a or formerly .
cs very manner
ments made by the committee for. the entertainment 'Round which they would be folding ; and Tin Conducting Pipes, Sheet Lead Sheet IB, 1850 T
and Spain have tince done-they threatened rather he warbles it forth in an uninterruptedstrain I grieve that thou art far from me, Zinc Lead Pipes Patent Oiatem Pomp Shop, 0rkof February

r of all who chose to partake. Xor and carries his hearers,-t eir sympa. Perchance,too. thinking never very variety done at short notice. A. PERRY _ATVrAT_ .s I
to wrest her fr : Sptinthe ::
the admirable manner i in which every thingwas thies. their noble feelings.-by a willing and! Of one whose purest love for tbee City and Country merchants :

conquest to be followed "iy emancipation.To conducted.At pleasant' storm. He appcls not t? their prejudices Consumes his soul forever; Arc respectfully invited to give me a call b.fott per- ATTQ1HEY AT LAW -
I grieve to think that smiles of tlune ,
this result and its consequences to tbe not to their angry passions; but to chasing elsewhere. FLA..
Tho be their TALLAHASSEE,
11 o'clock
Col. Hugh Archer 'yas'c bright may beaming N. B. All articles munufaciued from tbe
South, )1r. Buchanan directly applied his re- llcd to the chair, and announced that their higher sentiments lIe addresses their A May never on his sorrow shine. best material and warranted durable. No other art!! _May 81, 195*. to i. :.

!. Hear what he then &aid: we judgment by facts. comparisons, and sym Whose joy is but a seeming. cle will be offered for sale. ,.4
were favored with the presence of Wilk Call, bols. His oratory is really: sui generis. It I grieve to think some other may October 20, 1855._42_ MILES NASH & CO.

Important as this ibland may be to ns in a I Esq. and Major Underwood, and Gen M. possesses the vitality! of human action. This Though love may flickler coldly, ,
Entrance, round
as tby lips they play. Co-Partnership Notice.
: cammercitl, it i is Lull more important in apolitical I Whit Smith and I Hon. G. S. Hawkins. was his first visit to New England and his Those smiles that should uphold me ; I I DEALER XX i

5e\v. From its position, it commands first speech at a democratic meeting. And I He may-raised far above me- THE undersigned hare this"" day entered into a co- DRUGS PUTS
Mr. Call opened the discussion i and II
the entrance of the Gulfs both of I we it nobly sustained the reputation of the ora- High state and wealth around the pour. m theWHOLESALE It -

Mexico, and Florida. The report of oar I ould not but admire the ability and talent I Ibo tf
Committee of Foreign Relations truly says, 1 displayed in handling a bad subject, oviJently I inimous audience. Its influence will thrill :DB.UGa'trSZNEJSS.: : : .

.. that the Moro may be regarded as a for- I suggestive to us that he felt tied to a the: entire state. lie spoke nearly an hour. I: Worthy of Imitation. I under the name and style of WOULD; inform their friends and the putlie.that

tress at the mouth of the Mississippi." Any Jog from which he would be glad to extricate' lIon. Howell 'Cobb next took the stand ; I The Uncle Sam a Know Nothing paper I AMES&LIVELYTHEY irtieles as are*generally on bandgoodsa.ortmentofanc kept in their line of brsines. j

power in possestion of this island, even witb jl jla limtelf. '. m speech, too, was great; it was character- I tublished at RipleMiss.., has hauled down md will be receiving regularly fresh repplies.. Their
small-naval could
force. hermetically seal I zed by energy, e.irnefftiess: unavoidable con. I will-be plea* d to see their friends enn shall be reuonable. '
the mouth of thc Mississippi. Thus, tbe vast Gen. Smith followed and completely dis- I Ipelled iclion in its every period, in its might of de. Iio Fillmore flag, a result of that gentle. ) and patrons at the old stand of D.II Ames Tallahassee. April 9tL ,1853- 11. 1

: agricultural productions of that valley] which the illusions created by Mr. Call dis- ivery. It was :i high-toned, constitutional nan's: stump speeches in New York. Tho I. I where they will keep a full and general I BrfOKAW'S.
o is i drained by the father of rivers, might bo lIe in ftisortraeniof Article appertaining to their
ected every part, unravelled! the khoty !peech. exposed a masterly manner ditor says: D. H. AMES, I
s. LIY5BY iKD 1
deprived of the channel which nature intended lie inconsistencies of our opponents. He ; _lLITSIliLESi
points, and made every Democratic heart ex- W hoisted the Milliard Fillmore M. LIVELY.
for their A of tho 0 name TALLAHASSEE FL RtDA.
larg their
pnssage. ju-fetioned ns were present on January t. 18b6.! 1 i ii
people of the State, one of whoso Representatives lairn, *' Its all right truth riiist aid trill j \'lews of ce:tan: parts of that pncred instru- i :Lt the head of our columns and zealously I i 3

I am, fin** tk1': tr.-j. '.-- u'>ar&rt Dy The.. Jlalv 1 'rcvail." . t nent. He obtained th 'ir answer and learnrr a idvocated his claims for President,-until we6ptt'g i MEDICAL NOTICE. I' mfunnlfrieudaandtbt i et \
tflistisMpp!. 1-orims i iri iwi piirw -- -- -- -- > fr'- Il'.ua_
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TT HUW 'T'"Othe ---- d
this of tbe subject j u : from wood's ,fir interested in part 1 right away a pinev south, not a disgust with ; RA fessional services U>,tbe public. Office opposite Iml m soop.-u n.
law of self-preservation, which is didn't there and I for another! constitution.iVitbout This i is just what every Southern press ; Plantation work. Hone shoeing and CarrlarwOfk
The great I "'0 think 'tis a pity he stay :i dsiie a hankering i Dr.Barnard' Drug Store. I he bUt manner and with prottptaets and di ,
equally individuals and nations, and in manly stile, helandled h&uld have I done. If Mr. Fillmore is againsthe 1 1856.:66m Tery
binding on I come: here to Newport to inflict on the gloves, a ; June 28, I )ateh.

commnml us, if we cannot obtain possession I citizens of Wakulla! a disscitition on g n".... I i the republican tenets. Ho exammd : South on the Kansas question let him MEDICAL NOTICE. I: November, 1851. 44
of this is-land ourselves, not to sutler it top I : difficulties discussed thoques. i and oth- -
( I the Kansas ook to the Greeieys, the Suni-.ers, I -- \ and H&rnea;'
whose dominion it iristles. be- Carriages, Buggies,
under the relationship I Ii
from Spain
:s' 1 : ion: of slavery, explained : : GAMBLE & BETTON
for DRS.
will be harmless. And yet oar Government I What shall x\e say of Judge Hawkins ?- i ween our section' and his own, and in: fine ers who agree with him supporters.Mr i Professional Services to the Pub- ; For Sale by P. B._Broltiw.rpHE .

have. never eve-i protested against its invasion 1 To praise him would ill become us, he is far made all admirable; array of historical facts of ; Fillmore's Pardon of Negro'ThltTes I OFFER their Office opposite the Store of Messrs.Hodgkiss JL Subscriber large supply baa just of received Carriagea.Boggiea avery '
Mexico and Colombia. into discourse : k
bv I above the encomiums wo could bestow upon ; mil cogent arguments a ,Scott 4 Poole. and Harness, which be offers
Ttcrc is still l.nother'leW of the subject :. much strength and effect. He addressedhem Ono of Mr. Fill tnore's last official nets was January 6, 1856. 1 .
to b dc.-ired for vale on the most reasonable terms.November .
But there anythij.g;
,5m. was
in relation to ibis island, which demands particular II ; : about an hour and a half. His remarks the pardon of two negro stealers, who had CBAKLX3 W.DOWWISO 18, 186' 48A.L.FISHER _

attention. Let us for a moment lookat I in the'lohnpc of argument, eloque-icf! persj.icihy I vei-! explicit clothed I 1 in I ir.tc-Iligiblp I 1 languigr-, tho District of Columbia more j i I RICHARD.' r./"T.. BIRCHETT.. - - .""' ."'
which it will present incase 1 Hawkins and in bubstance to the run off BiaCHETT & DOWNING II ,
the spectacle and persuasion Judge filled up ; Mieigetic in) delivery I
Mexico and Colombia should attempt, revolutionize he And from the applause he received, : point. Thc elicited: Lenity} I PI;!.lUse ; and : than seventy slnveiu one night. quotean I ATTORNEYS AT LAW & AGENTS FOR CLAIMS I ATTORNEY..AT.LAW. .

it-Have they not always marched gap. his audience he issemUy adjourned well satisfied: with i account of it from an exchange : NO. 49O' Seventh Street, I TALLAILASSSE, FL, .1
and the interest manifested by
under tbe standard of universal emancipation \ what they had; heard.: Their anticipations i It has not been many years since the WASHINGTON CITY. practice in the Courts of the Middle Dis

? Have they not always conquered by in ali that he said, and the l loud, long and I were evidently realized in full. of Washington City wera startled ono ILL practice before the Court of Claims,and 'II'IIWILL ,and in Thomas County, Ga.
slave In the with which he was wel. I people W' and the in the CapUel. 2d story iramedUtily
El proclaiming liberty to the ontinued:: cheers the discovery that Yan-'ce i prosecute claims before Congress several : 4'
II by
present; condition of the island ,jwhat will!] be corned: we may safely predict his success in t The Union Democrat, New Hanpshire! fine kidnappers had run something more than Departments. 80Wholesale I aver July the 21 room. 1855.of the Clerk. t of the Sopreme U-ly Court.i

I I die probable consequence e I A servile war, he coming fctri'ggle. I says truly and forcibly : seventy slaves belonging in the District. A July2S.lS&5. i '

UI which, in every age, has been the most barbarous The Democrats of Wakulla county are determined I The assumption that the South IS, or&ver I steamer was instantly despatched in pursuit. VV' :B. : xITaX : E BARNARD 'Jr.,
and dee'ructive' ; and which spares her down in the Retail Druggist
exacting or lggressJbe'ond The p'natical craft was captured and '
neither nor sex. Revenge urged on by to give a long pull. a strong pull andi was. false restored to their WILL CeIVT1I
age constitutional privileges is a flagrant Potomac. The slaves were NEWPORT FLORIDA. .'I
E I cruelty. and! ignorance, would .desolate the pull altogether their Candidates, and I hood invented by demagogues to promote \ owners. and the Yankee rogues were committed Physicians and Planters puup DRUB & MEDICINE I .BU.SINESS I
The dreadful of St Domrogo Time on ORDrRSfrom t \ST AT nx eu aTA:>. wa* 3 I
land. scenes whatever other Coun'.ies: may do, they are their personal ambition. They have harped -i to the Peii tentiary. passed care. t

'would, again be presented to our view, and resolved to do their duty. upon it so loudly and so long that itis cnti.e- and the thing was forgotten, when a remark. February 2, 1856. 5 I .
would be acted almost within sight of truth. They revived recollection of 1il 4 4f
again PRO BOXO PUBLICO. times received as recognized able circumstance. a & GALBBRUTII I or THE 1LOILTA3- .
oar own shores. Cuba would be a vast magazine have even gotten up a party at the North the event. In the summer of 1852 it was o

in tlw vicinitv of the Southern States based this particular lie ; and the dangers announced in the N. tinnal E a newspaper of ATTORNEYS LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. t -
whose explosion would be dangerous to their Hear a Black Republican. of upon disunion and its consequences are exactly Washington, that President Fillmore, at LONG A J.B. GALBRAITH have sued- Corner of 31intoa aDd. :Uoara J sttMtst. j. ]

tranqaility and peace. The New York Evening Post, of July 17tlf, to its chances of success. the instance of Senators Sumner and Seward MA. themselves in the practice of Law. They S
Permit me here. Mr. Chairman, for a moment has the following remarks in relation to Mr. These are very small; yet it cannot be amissto had pardoned the kidnappers out of the will attend Courts the and Courts the in District the Middle Court..Circuit of the the United Supreme Dr. P, Lewis ', ii

to speak upon a subject, to which I Buchanan: remind New England people occasionallythat Penitentiary: and released them from seventy States at TaUahasse. GIVES notice to his frienda'and pat- .S

have never before a 1 verted upon this floor "The Richmond Enquirer said truly of h'm their interests, above all others, are identified odd other indictments on which they would Office omits the Court House.October c.zrTI that be U bow ia possession DentiV of i
and to which, I trust, I may never again when it declared the other day, in an Washington article with UNION, and that they play a gam have' had to stand trial for running off slaves. 28. 1854. IT try. lit Tbe all extraction the latest of Tc iaaproremeotaia*th. without prodoeios; Z ,

have occasion to advert. I mean the subject quoted with high approbation by tho I of despe'ate folly when they triflo with its in. I! The rogues escaped to the North, abandonedthe KNIGHT pain DY the aid of a local application,which eooeistarn

of slavery. I believe it to be a great political Union that he never gave a v"t6 against I honest trades taught them in adversity B.S. appTrlng i an artificialfre; OBg mixtara to tW parts 1j

l, and a great moral evil I thank God, i' .tlifi interests! of slavery, and never ut tegrity. _ _-_ _ and went about inflaming indignation against AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHANT until folly benumbed. Sd The immediate insertion of

my lot has been cast in a State where it does tered a word which! would pain the most sen- ANOTHER SIGN IN THE SouTu.-Tho tbo South by the public recital of their TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.September a Temporary with onmfoii Set,;on and QutU ease till Pereha the Gurus which are can fully haworn i

not exist. But while I entertain these opin tisive southern heart. Pensacola (Ha.) Gazette has just raised at wrongs. This is another service to slavery, 1. 1855. 05 prepared for a permanent Set; then inserted oo
evil WITHOUT what is more, continues the Post, FILLMORE, the gratitude of the called ccntbttfua Ones which are I
ions. I know it it an at present And its masthead the name MILLARD and another clajm on SCOTT that beautiful plan
been southern politicians are sure battle in Fillmore should receive WILLIAM mach and admired; (or b.auty.strtugt and I
'A REMEDY. It hat a curae he never will-the and it it intends to do zealous South, for which Mil'atd so worn .

entailed upon us by that nation which now of him as they would be of Governor Wise,' the 'good says cause. It has hitherto been neutral proper acknowledgement" ATTO&INJiEY AT LAW? perfect cleanliness. -. t3 t:
makes subject of reproach to our institutions. if he was in the Presidential Chair, and even this great popular SLA.VES. MONTIGELLO. FLA. MaySl.185& _

It b.. boweffir one of those moral more so. He would be theirs by the same influence : And thus prognoses dynasties and selfish demagogues His SYMPATHY WITH FUGITIVE July *0,1868. SO 11 jan JOHN W. EVANS' ,

evils, FROM WHICH IT IS IMPOSSIBLE which transforms all men of feeble purposes revolution, and against in behalf of the constitutionand A Northern paper gives the following account WILLIAM S. DILWOBTH, I ATTORN-EY'ATLAW, J

FOR US TO ESCAPE WITHOUT THE almost as soon as they get to Washington Union., Heaven speed the glorious of a negro speech in Vermont, in 1851 : 4 B UDGEOEO ,

INTRODUCTION OF EVILS INFINITE.LY'GREATER. into the servants of the southern oH. the Chronicle..ct Sentinel. at Burlington, Vermont Attorney and Counsellor at Law, WILL. give prompt attention to aUbtisirMM .
There ptrtionaofthis Even if Mr. Buchanan should fancy work.-Augusta At a mass meeting f fT triiitedtobiscsrejntb.C.untleso( Thomas i
are garchy. Milton Clark stated that MOSTICELtO, FLORroA. Decatur,Baler, Dangbertf, Oalhonn Early and Clay. )
Whig recently
would Gazette is an paper
he execute Tho ,
which if moment Humbug -
Union In you'emancipate your at the present from into the free February 17. 1855. 7 tt. j
slaves,. 'they will become matters. There the Nebraska act in a different manner and never was anything else. It supported when he escaped friends with WILt practice the Courts of theMiddle Cir- .
he soon supplied by and Lovndes County, Oa. Ju t;Rcceired.LEMONS.
what chance States, was \d The nat
middle COUF3ft Is there any manor from that adopted by Mr'-Pierce, '52 and .
caD.be. no in 48 Scott in everyWhig his
',1. f. oneindulge woiuvu_,. has be of remaining of the same mind when Fillmore letters to different persons to help him on March 22. 1855. l -ly Goava. and Camnt Jellies: r.--. 4
in un* union woo couiu ; ticket that ha* been in the field northward* and among them was .Fkkted Oyster, Braadj Peach
the horrid idea of abolishing slavery, :. the whole influence of the South shall impel way FILLMORE who seemed to Glass, Oils, White Led, Ac.C SI. Preserved Lemona Oranges,Fine Apples and CHs.!

by the massacre of the high-minded and the him in a different direction How ealHy bo since. MILLARD harbored him, him A A BOXES Window Glass,assorted siaes. 1004MU ger. Grain Gags UarmaUd. Lemon Uyveo, Raspberry i
chivaIrons net of men in the South. I \ U drawn into*the folly of the Ostend Manifesto rejoice) his escape, his "gave )UJ Ken White Lead pure,extra&No. 1. t do. Strawbenydo..P1 A do. and QtegW '.

trait there .is not one. FOR MY OW N we*have'already seen, and the power WHO is AHEAD Electoral tickets have money. ,'and helped him on way. 8 barrels Linseed! Oil do. Raspberry Vtoenr.Fresh Salacn.Lobster.Hid 1
half Fillmore and Donelson L&rd on. dock Ballibut and Assotsd Picklts 8ooes
him not by so formed for 5
I WOULD WITHOUT HESITATION which then mastered was been f
MARCH In company with my friend of him when bp attains, if.that should ever i North Carolina, Louisiana, Ohio,.l\lison.. at Erie, Pennsylvania, contains the following 2 Carrels Train Oil 1,1 bbLQopal Vanish '. .
from Massachusetts (Mr. Everett) IN DE. happen, the Chief; Magistracy of the Federal ri, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, announcement : Spirits Turpcntiae In'i barrels ar.J at retaiL January 8. 1861.. .' 1 :
Rhode Island Pennsylvania AMES .LtTXLY. ,
York ,
New ,
FENCE I ,OF- THEIR consider'CAUSE.slavery as a 'ques- Republic.-_ _ Massachusetts. ,'New 'Jersey, and Connecticut The proprietor of the German Erio January!, 58 ,UPB, '. '. 11
am 'ming.to IT.-The Ohio Statesmen Delaware isnow announce 'tohU '
11 CAN'T GO NINETEEN STATES would respectfully :
and lea"o.it. those Spectator THE NEW-YORK UFE' INSURANCE tO.
tion Court County :
entirely old line years In tke-Circirit ofje/erton ,
Ward Esq. an eighteen
states.that Doke ticket. that for the past
constitution ,organizing a patrons ,
fa which exists .Tbo o funtfa ... ..
States .fl,0XMXKXTHIS
devoted In AoLAn o
member oftho legislature ,Aonear. Chancery
of the United.States.shall be my.rule o(eon whig and formerly a Ward Buchanan' has not as yet a ticket in. half he has published piper invariably Thatas Margaret vs. ) Company leans policies oa, tta. lirst 0
: '
Joclupon.this subject. I bare good reason is out; for.Buchanan. Mr. says this number of Stat s, and in several northern;: ,tathe, promotion of Whig principles. his Georgt 8.Annear.)) BUI for a&rorec .porsooa for one or mart Oft; or for tto

believe, that the bon at 'bat mistaken at. ** I bave been-a,whig, as you know, but I I States, it is believed will not have a ticket lilY' to the correctness of those principles appearing to tbe Court,open' satisfactory proof whole psriod T life.ONTHE MUTtjAL.T8TX>C

tempt of'philanthropists, ,hare .don' moeh cannot go ofl'after niggerism or know noth- all.-New Orleans Cr olc. i ,opinions remain unchanged, but in the present IT that the defendant in tM above stated case re Dividends declared.to the insured oiapolicks' isaod -
succeeded the dissolutionof I I Presidential canvass, (there being no t.limits of the State oi FkvuhTao. that for lit. ..
hue sides
themselves. These at. whfch paperalat beyond
i the slaves ingism, that the abolition ;
injury! We thought shall be devoted seared him. Its Pun FauL1Aary..Mosa1aTzLuLxx5Pr.s't
that field bit services the ordinary cannot upon
It seems to me in the ,) proceu
he .
slave Whig ,
the the but
of gallant'old party.
Utnpts-generally reach the ears and tbe the North could outlie anything, experienced statesman of i ,{ ordered that said aoM be..t for bearing en the IST AppUoatMot red 16 TaRanosM VvJaqoary .
him witb. false hopes now no friend of the Constitution South i heat th m. to the most I and that said defendant .
and while!J tbej inspire Know,Nothing papers favorite.son.James Ieeoand JJooday.io November next It llJ,. '. ; 'LEWIS.AQENCY .
of liberty, and'that- make h1m, 'disobedient Union can find a place where be will .fee') at I Not only h'as'Mr. Buchanan. ticket in'evry ,this nation, Pennsylvania's ) formsno do appear tad plead, answer or demur by .
in'the Democratic party. J j Buchanan. Believing that sectionalism Unit,'otherwise said eanse will be tried oo the ./ A'INSURANCrcd.
and dlCOl1felri 1th. bis ,condition, they borne except northern State, but,what j is more,bewuUar.l and that'an tbe that ()F THE !
to the campaign with adorand 'f the' of bis political creed, faots charged b said Bill. Provided,That copy of ,. ,. .'
than shall ( of part $500,000.
severity, gWmy&elf up Know Nothings "", .
the Tbe .
thenv .
compel mjistMo use_more ry.moat of ,of this country wpud) : be this order be published ia sotaa newspaper at Tall h. .
barebeen 1 with vigor.!? If they succeed in.c8rry4Bg'JyesficBtJjori diversified interests months next before said uaduag Aitzit of,the f ;
_ would otherwise; arl'I I which. Spo .roav;deffi :1t8; under I his! administration haam, forth.ipse.of three THE P
.s 1. The .national 'Democratic party St8tes t ;.'but _without faithfully,protected of.our' seoood Monday. PODS. tad passed at Chambers,this NstYt&t z'_.Dad.
eonUmplaUag (Hit noble and chivalrous : for equal right for.alI.ia theo&ijfU>irtj, Uaboti',will notmeet_ with a i(cordially in vita ,-tKa co-operation 13th July, 1851. XJ aga&jsi loss by Tih, Brick sad FrtZM 3tifldiipa. -
goes '
cxKbWon.JRRgatd fop Uior,'South,;our : Tor'constitutional men.-tDl*4Ct, vtTi.- this, thei '.earn fry.I I patrons undeihis'batiier. forthe' snke ot.the .. WATLtS BA f R, Jsdge l'ottIlJ' ... I ,\
now rd.- Hdwey rV the: 6an kcepo 1't LEWIS.
'theworl "ro'Y July 19.8" 8 r: ? -3 z..u..71:1s5s: s B.C.fit
"learn'tb'stM i of the arg letting Uniiin : .. .
whig party
'eadcri rflfljt hUd io i The flower ioff.-X r.'..Da -Boft/Aug. 6. I t '
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: __ Mi BaebanairaB'theHIss0nrl COB**! ;tie demagogneswh0t8 ofMlag ; fictitious Walker
abowcd that 'the io h4ds.e dad
boW stand he rntresp t. ant I
ii' The & contains grateful to its author for the h eaid$
Sentinel of foctdaj a promise : in the Northern xi7 lIedelMAey ,
Jakes of the of the South, stories FillnWa'ttrenglh )
rights 1)f&4iiI.
in defence >
.I (4 card addrwwd bzi by Maj-tTftdtrwood, We heard
charged) at a metttog-m this Vftffect the elections!
( and States signed
record create were
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blacken hU oet-these
/ .tompUfafog of! pur: notico.of hia BpeechmadeJn city on Friday night oi fast week! by Mr. endeavor to tho'South. The extracted from tbeBuffalo ve reference to jji

jIF / ; '.i ;: _- :, thlar ?Hy OT :thaISlhr Jnsti Hosaj%" I IItare David a Walker, that Mr Buchanan was'opposed tZ tapmtioa that ha is i noljfc to te trusted/ i in Ctesisttre&l 'Adftrtucr (Mr. Fillmow' Board InT S&tlfid before. Taerilafaf

of the And tneso same Americans? par excellence troth enough Ift thenf fo answer the jmrrJoi
: not tor elegant cxprewioni yet
: jton 11 the rcp&ul of the Alissouti com* homo 6rgaanvt the reader In
the peoplu a man who put tor whfckthty ar &signed viz
commend to .
'1 \ :c--.k rorsh/AflJ tumbfd; MajoV but vrheulam promise, and ttat: it was owing to that fact while in Congress favor possession of the hoptsj&lT* Northern sup Mf Waft from the : to caj.

I L fl1ATIC'TICiik Sc charge withfc4 umcrupulont inacuracy/ n JamefcRcchr.r.r.nt If'Convention. totho South, and who this day stands, porters. says : of.holding on to one offic
: reading from the political record of This charge was made with- e thnt the whll ran.nlrfg .
In the first p'ace, wo may etato
I admit-opposed() to them for mother The fact
FFE1DET, I de it due as wrll to tho party the least and in the face s they themselves wuh.rtgard
c :: ont authority, ol election of CcL Fremont by Limo House ia an to
JAI BUORANJII( call for the proof.1. thea nd to the Sooth on the only Issue of the slave Stale d Maj. Board are these: He was
: I aeprcsent/aa to myself to record to the contrary. If >Jr. W. i is acquainted impossibility. Time fifteen M>

I.& ::;... If the Major .will recur to the editorial of ; with that record, his statement was, campaign-the Kansas Nebrsa! question! California would vote against him, beyond the LfgUlature-) the 'ofleir of

b which he complains, ho will find that we did tilleily indefensible-but if he was ignorant1of tCould inconsistency be more glaring or more perrvlventurc under all contiagencue The But the .legislature changed the
1! 'TORSOS'PRESIDENTCl'iEECKEHEIDGrE condemnation in its authors contest would therefore! be between Fillmore
of the Helton
not charge him absolutely with unscrupulous it, then what right had he to make Mibdr>- worthy popular mid Biichnneti. In this aspect of the crfc, and give: to the paopl*. .? j 5

b inaccuracy" in his statements, but that ale charges unsupported by a particle of ? what is the probability The dole-gallons B'a. trrrn- expired in October, 1850 th

:. .*. ''I tit KESTUCKT.i he was apparently" so. For, we confess, proof! Now wo assert that hot only wasJWr. Two more quotations going further to show from Maryland, Kentucky, Tennessee and same year he ran for Congress,_. j

: Mr. Buchanan's approbation of the act of Missouri American. Mr. Buchanan's vote Walker became a candidate !
S that while penning the editorial criticism wo Buchanan in favor of the bill repealing the are to succeed fcjo
TOR QOVEKNOR, > 1854 and wo dismiss the subject. The would, therefore, bo lim'trd ti> twelve Sute There.was manifest
could dismiss -impression altogether a propriety la his
;: not Missouri restriction, but that before the pas. e0n
S. PERRY would
March Mr. Ftlhnorc's friends vndoxthtLdlystandfirin
;. % OP ALACHCA COrNTY., that the Major was an uninformed politician, sage of the Compromise measures of 1850 he j Pennsylvania State Conventionheld and if. would be for the JYur//irr/i tinuing to discharge the duties ofihecffic

.. and therefore unwittingly the medium of had "given up" the Missouri line and gone 1856, and which nominated Mr. B. for the States! represented in the/ House by Amcr'f until hia successor was cOzen, beejaw t

'S FOR' C03TORES8, propagating baseles accusations against Mr. back to the principles of the Constitution, to- Presidency, unanimously adopted the following cans, to say which of the two should be chosen. lime expired in a few weeks by its cwn j.

GEORGE S. HAWKINS, Buchanan. We arc inclined to that opinion wit : the Southern and democratic doctrine i reeol tion : S Can there be any reasonable dmibl that under tation, andon election Was about to
: Renohtd, That in the repeal of the net known these circumstances the choice would ultimately -
.of still-and hence, feel more disposed to excuse of non-intervention. This assertion we prove place to supply the vacancy
,- ... JACKSON COCNTV. ns the Missouri Compromise act. and the passage of fall Mr. Fillmore ?
: than denounce him. That the Major was from the lips of Hon II. S. Foole, then U. tho act organizing the Territories of Kansas and Nebraska upon See the difference :
: FOR ELECTORS, free-bom unconstitutional restrictious the last Here, well remarks colernpo-ary, we have
provokingly inaccurate in some of his statements S. Senator from Mississippi, now ono of the Mr. WalkerY terra does cot
;. \_ *fc> A. LONG, : GEO. W. CALL, Congress performed a work of patriotic sacrifice in the authority of Mr. Fillmore's home organ, expire oatil
is admitted few of his better informed Know in of sectional exMernent I 1858 and if ho
; by a High Priests of Nothingism Cali meeting the demands by unshaken were note to resign, so the.!
W. D. BARNES. in his own town for
published ,
adherence to the fundamental law. a paper saying
.. political friends. For instance, he fornia. We quote from the Congressional lion for his successor could be hadat'tipresent .
Mr. Buchanan his that his election the -
To this resolution over hopes reposj on
TOR THE SENATE, asserted that Mr. Buchanan voted for, the Globe and Appendix, 1st session 31st Congrtss time, thns saving tho Mpens to tia
own signature, gave his hearty approval" Northern Americana, whose first choice: i is
DR. T. B. LAMAB. MiEEouii Compromise in 1S20, adopted by pages 987 and 989 : State c'f4 separate elect'on. If he.U ekcfctj
_ l Again. When the committee to inform him Fremont, and whose whole creed is hostility
t-- t the 16th Congress. Now, it ia very well Mr. WKBSTEB baring concluded bis Kia.iik*, on tie Governor and then resigns, an election! gokly
of his nomination at Cincinnati awaited on him to the South and her institutions. Mark! ,
Ton THE Horsz or EEFRE ENTATIVES, known by 'posted politicians, (and none others Compromise mt-aMirrs Mr. FeTE, said : to 611 the vacancy, must tak
# mild uhich the plaet al vuseleaff
his residence he the term by 'organ designate
at again approved re-
B-BROKAW, DR G. "W. PARKHILL, should undertake to inform the peoplo upon "I am about to relate several incident of an interesting and heavy tax on tbtr treasury.If .

,C. P. CHAIRS DR- LUCIEN DUVAL.Tlorldlan ;i these !subject! ,) that Mr. Buchanan was not character rever heretofore divulged : and wbn't peal. Senator Brown of Mississippi, in a the Black Repuhicans'-Northetn after this brief statement, the driTerece

: I shall state can lie attested, if necessary, nt once by letter dated the 13th of June, details the rem.irks Americans Fiemont B their nominee and '
j a member of that Congress, and therefore ldence evidence hivlipreent.b between the circumstance;
the ton, attending
highest possible e> -by
& Journal for the Campaign i : made by Mr. Buchanan on that occasion the man of their ch ice, bat why should they Maj
j could not have voted for the Missouri Com- j now Beard and those surrounding Mr. Walkir'
a. 'We to inue on the second Saturday in "Sir.; I have s.-ii: 1 thnt we arci.pted this advice in1 -" lemarks," says the Senator, made not in the last resort support Mr. Fillmore IIs t
.. propose ; } promise. Here was a grave charge without i ihistoiical 1848 1 we corul,attel the platform laid down by are, not evident, it will be became .
June, and continue"until kfter the Pmidentit.1ec! i \ ; Oar northern upon Democratic frirnils in the presence of all! who had assembled,, } he not like-.vibO a Northern \mcrican,'- persoi.are
made Mr. CALHVCX.
1 foundation and deductions nnx-
i itheiefrom not disposed we wnat [3
e the Campaign Y1ortdian rid.urna: ; at the ful I mus JIR they were t to save ihe Union having, no prefer I and! they wen from the Noith and the South,, j has he not like them tsken the three degrees very plain
truth and hurtful
obnoxious to to
1oingflite8 | encc itt the time f-r at-y p.n'icular plan.nn.l rt reivingI and the Weel." Mr. Brown of Know and dues ho uol with .
the East j Nothir.gism: ,
Rather Low
1 00 i siy*
To isig1e Suedber. the reputation of n distinguished patriot and adv.ce fiom so high u quarter fnim n per&on BO enii-;
i tied to rallied to a man in of ir.- lie *poke in terriiofd'cid. lreMti'vditionaftheA'uH them denounce the of tho Missouri -
support repeal
To a Chb (if 3, athlr ei etne F. O_ all his life n-spcct. A plain country Democrat cirae -into
who oar
4 statesman, through public j
.. I terventi' principlesVe adopted it as a fnr l.unrn is HU. and PS pointedly deprecated the unworthy I
To a Club of 'f cneiJ. bi/th in the North amij iffoits of sectional to [ j compromise; : and desire its re'toraticti ?- office on Tuesday last and said that
.. has exhibited the greatest fidelity to the in- J ti l aiticlc <' 'Ur pnrty agitation get (::11 a na- some
14 41 7 II 6 00 j the S<>iitli. the East and the West ; and wbnt was the tional coi.fligration; on that question.. Aftrr tin: pasI:I Maik the appeal to the Southern Arneii of thfc Know Nothings
which has electioneering
44 : 'I 7 teresls of the South-a fidelity j| rsut'e? were beatwi in tl.e 1'iesidcijtial e'lt-t iitce of the compromise measure ot 13V I >, th* Knims 1 J '
.. +); ojtnot iucriatilj ompny tho cider been recognized and endorsed bv Messrs. > But should a single defeat induce us to nb.indxn a bill wns. he said, NECES ART to Inrnvmize our le -itUtion j I j car/t.. Divide) the South, abuse Buchanan,, against the Democratic candidate fcr Goter-

Cabell Walker and the i!i piincip'e' o rt'COTninended ? I have thought not ; anti in reference to the territoiien, and he expressed I 'I carry two or three rfuutliern States, throw nor, Col. Perry on the ground that, i If electad
t nur &ttnti 'n Myrick, even Majorhimmiseif ,
that fhoiild
j other gentlemen, more diatin hcdthwiiny9flf, have hi* surprise there appear anywhere tn
the election into the House of
: in his recent letter to Mr. Cabell an- j j crncurr..I with me on tin p"int.! We h.ive adliera-l organized opposition ro the Kansas: bill, after the gee i ieral R-prcsecta- hs would remove the Capitol to the Eaat'

Appointments for Messrs Perry and I noancing his willingness to vote for Buchanan |j jj t.> the platform of 1848. thua fr.imoJ undf the nxv.i: acquiescence which the wholo cuuntrv" had expressed ( (lives, and-the Black Republicans adopting Poor fellows! !-they must be Lard run for
tious ot the dialiiuruifched etattsinan of S ut'i Caro'iim the of 18oO." ]
in rueaiures
Hawkins t in the West.Marianna | I i him as their second choice, will put him I thunder when they have to resort to
the Mr. Fillmore should there of who intend ncl
.. j! in event prove unaj j and nre Fon.c ti.< never to al-an- Tho wo have disproved, wo think lo the' i'
August 23d. : vailable. How does this determination tally don it uitiil dri\eu fiom it, by circumstances which it thro'igh, provided always that one more State,, means. The CdpSto! canr.at fe removed._.
1 may not be in our pow.-r to control." satisfaction of any unprejudiced mind, the represented it buy; be by a single individual,
Doles, in Calhoun, 25th. with the solemn assentations to the I. Wei! the la ] ( The Legislature having failed to Sx the wt
Major's sir during >t Bummer fjudiug that t charge of the Know Nothing candidate for ,, cannot be coaxed or driven into the Fremont
in Jackson 26th. hac} been irni>os ible to settle thi question on the ba- of government-within the time
Patterson, of Leon that in of Mr. required bylaw
.. people consequence ;, eis tifnonimitei ventwfl. as we had hoped to do by the Governor, and have JelL him in the predicament | column. Alas, thai Southern men, blinded I

--: Port Jackson, 27th. Buchanan's past political history he is ui<- J| election of a Democratic !'reisI.-nt--being l ftill painfully of cither hating made a charge in ignorance j by party prejudices, and associations, should I the Constitution baa, m expreu lenns,

: : ,1 Greenwood, (t 26th. worthy of the confidence of the South ? One rolicilnu; to Bee the RepuMic rctcued from the accept the invitation to such banquet located it permanently at Tdlahatire. S,
S of the record
| dangers winch (> fiercely menaced it. I renewed ray or knowing that record, t ,. M j _
_ Campbellton, 30th. day the Major denounces Mr. Buchanan as j! eff-rts during that *umnier to bring theMi* .bii Coni- has perverted it for political purposes. Which : Hon. Rufus Choate. that gun is spiked *

Vcrnon, Sept. 1. a political charlatan, whom the South should|I '! promise into favorable notice. For this purjxisu I 1 If these Know Nothings wuld staJ? tta
horn of the dilemma will lie choose 1
| wrote a letter to the eminent PennsyhnniaatattM.ian This dislingiiisbed old line Whig of Massa

.. .Bear Pen Bluff, 3. despise, and the next day declares that heill [Mr. BUCHANAN] who had two years lx-f..re rcc m- After such a showing, of course it cannotbe i chus<'lts. perhaps the most brilliant of all tho Constitution more and their oaths less, tlj

Eujjhes.nna, 5. \\ support him as second choice for the meiuled if, aud urged him to rtnnc his rec"mnendnti" would not be so ready, perhaps, to descend
!). in some public form, at a period early enough necessary lo reply lo the allegation embracing i I New England orators, has come out in a let
Yellow River, 8. Presidency. Day after day he revives exploded have effect to downright stcry-telling iu order to damage
( to nome tLc sentiment of the
] upon country reason why} Mr: Buchanan
wa SflOrflht1ttel. j ter for Buchanan. The loiter w.i .; IiIton, 11. slanders, to find excuse for opposition to bfrrrc' the commeiiceruent tf the pri-sent session ofCt'ngr. Democratic candiJatea.
;. He infornud me that HE n\p, in common Having shewn! that he was to a Convention tf the Whigs of Maine LeUli i

.. s PensacolaNavy. 13. a man whoso whole public career ia a refutation > with the whole Democratic party, GIVEN UP THE ilis- known to be inror of time repeal of the Missouri i- i Watemlle on ihu 15th insL TL Boslon iI North CarbliBi Election-12000, Dfffiocntlc -
Yard 15.Messre. COMPROMISE, favor of
of such accusations and signifieshis floral m XON INTERVENTION ;
: vet thithe had vo't-d in support of the non intervrntion Compiomiio fact familiar to the i Post, speaking of the proceedings of the Concntio Majority.

M. A. LONG.and \V. D. BARNES, intention in view of a certain contingency j principle in I SI?, and be doubted tie exjwdieimy of Convention if not to Mr. Wnlkrr-he cruld!'? \ ::, says : The Wilmington Journal! of the 15a: lest
to voto for that rrnn for the Prosidencv. c )ruiiig, f rward again and urging the MijSi>>:.ri COMpromise -
Democratic Electors! vl'i address the people vp-.n the cour.trr 39 he Lad l Joiie in !St7. I not have been nominated because, as Mr. W.allegp'l j An eluque'.t and characteristic letter was then re.idj I says :

-- as follows : How consistent i iAdnnttcd. still urj t-d l.iin to do fo. I fv.'n pj.Id a specifil visit he was kno\vii to be against thai re j from Hon. R'jfiu Choate, in leply to nn invitati"u to We nrejdst( now In the receipt of a letter
be nt, fioni tte! \VIii State"Comirtte in which!
;' to 1 his hospiUibte mansion, ohi.-fly with the \iew ff I} prcH
from friend which 04iapojiesMoti
T ''Uuatcc, Se-t.[ 1st. proc'irii-g, if pn.cslle, thy mncti"nf HIS KAMK o.Nrn | peal. hedevliiei Li* views of the duties of the Whigs ia a distirtguubed puts
'. 2JMaJifion I MURE to tI'I'i's uii Cornpromisp ; amId I obUinei! _ the}: present crisis of political affairs of the countrvj .-:. of lie result in 72 counties leaving:
Montict-llo. j
Mr. \\\\n: \ r>{: -, nz .. fcm: hun u PALTKL j r a. that hcuoi.1.1 jiiJu: d<> \o Difference) Between Tliem. j
3J. C >i.gee! i:ever 'teI t- :hf S.tb< .poi niuvoiviujr .. Whi') 'u to u-iiteuith Si'nic -r.izitioi'' to defeat
:: clt.r- i.j4 v.cw iiy.op t t' 1 S ,'ij t' at a-! eailv reriml. j ; ; inajf-fiiy, yo far, is, after a. carefuli.dtiit"'ii
her peculiar i':. ;.-Fljndi-n.\h rut.r The: Iktiu\\: Nttiiit.! i'i Floiida helic .'
uIrz.1L.p: prets anJ it: fsol" e mew geccraphicr.l cailin iUelf!
:: = ] ?
Ditr.\ II! ill' :.i > ; ;.j. pvtI( ni'd}<. ::H -- patty 11,73(3.( We have heard from one
: ,
,- ; We are nbtiiniirfcl i iv; t:.c au'lirirltj to sav ., idttU'i 1 r :)-J.ti.-a'! >. Beln-visiy t'i-n.>LIe :hi1> of utaf to be i
CO" We kara that Jan.cs M. Baker. Esq. rrrjiei prniace in ii I.: &ItV. -i. f nddi"" 1 KU".7t: ;> .' : : l ['!: ? fury, or nl Irast i'-I. !
that t5iiH is Fimplv u.tr-u. Mr Walker Lovrr a Imf.ted I- LrniRS to 1-iin urging Htn .\< .MV and AGUV to v.il ::i a ha'.f cable's ler.gtl.! t'fa Ice there if tot-k. lu of tif! reT.iinng: counties, wLih give a
L. will sdoress the citizens of Tallahassee en w'f.ftt j, ftLn vr BtaU.il. If i L wtic to du en. Lesaafiaa f nu th*> patriotic t tak to ni.iuh I had irtvnntti lain p.-i- UC..r 'O ty In', \. .Lcvcr It Is uiitp-tl tf."t S u k gtilef t ii. t, i ur fust t.MES is to pu' her aSoal considerable g'ki.Tk. .

aad i sii-k&i i jI uo1j ,} 1 1 ntid cr 'wiiSer! off itUtlh .' Y I. iSF1Dt.i.' th.} Mi-'ur, j i.ri.iiiarTsaTrttoprtrtanf' ,.nTi: t-ccv n UJKOUJ.-: 11 ntii'g; L)2flie,
:ii. iiiheritingtbe above; b'lt .vc fi-cl; I q-'c;: ccr ?in ttt the an. I-IT TO rK 8ATi'.7 'Top.vTo Comnoe mi; S V tr.u AT.A.L | HOIbet'1: !! rilliort: nui 7'icn.ont. But i ef soi.c men w ju'J Jure us g" fti shg'nhk the Currituc! Tyrfrl, Hy.'c and GasloTj. In toe .
prl.ici'csof: JacEo'. :!. Deniocrnrv : t.o'izcd denial or* the pist i : of the Sentinel Le <.il. u ivi.fj.iiut: 'piiih'Gthi.* ::: v.otd m.! 1 le ctim-, :: !j fa 'is are ('Ifilv cornice to ILlit '.vhLh! LM toj :I. >truvellrintbe ir...'nt .i>r>ril tliA- mara Urc.r.iiLlii8KickeU a r> r.l.,.|..?: ..L emy-tv._ -: ,. at i a ten counties r.ci counted in the suruming op
: through hi* distinguished! father ExGovcrr.orL'raucli oily accepted in II e-\urth. So tl.ir.gs irmniix-J j Mutr.in (his p r ---S'-- .tLl. t) n I which places Gov. Brrgg'a
; will excite surnite acnnjj thoSe who he-aid Iii r. mouth, or two t.t t!. q'rjt in- allegation! i'i rJlit lengths and dimtict and b ra p.sjtj- could l sadden the! heart of ] mjoiity at ll,750r
of No'th Ca-olina, sdJr -feed the the iliccussion at Ce: irc'.ille and who Late ha J elided! by. vl 1 .v. !.t_ a't.jirt Ir, ssed a I* tf t r( a graii-1'viiitiiti.j rf the! f/irt-wnll Jdrf ties gava 551 nVajority for 'i
I Democratic Club of Leon, on Thursday evening frund( of mine. r* (f;ertin hi m u m an J'niTfelf to aspfrtan quotation from the Buffalo a Cuas.deriiij: Dcckery. Brsg
\ivid Connrrcia!
Avcrliscr ? v-'at
tccclleciioa nrMr (
- | of the confestions oxtjttedi wh.- 1er, i: wont J f h. at nil j-obsioh* to ; r rn C.t! ae F.IVJ than tic dies not eav gain in these couiits: v.-ili be at least OMthousind

i last. It was n chaste and manly effbit, i fiom Mr. W. by Dr. tamar. That that I th1 S'li.tLern mcii bt-rs I'f Congress in e-pptit; [ <-f rtly the I the! peculiar mouth-pfpco: and horn? that the triumpij b. Ifsch a (irty r.s t.e reptibiican" i f making his majority in the State

; abounding in Found Democratic views and I gei- j Mis5u i rnjiron-ice ; in uhich event he j of Mr. nilmnn i OiigLt to expected i.ati'alrtid; ; prcliab! !; to ti-' 12,120 from
.j ileman was understood to have made the ad- i with engaged tO organ which looks to the ; unttt- the btatis ; buiw.thL's undoubted conv.ctioas Ie Iii i iI I uiucb it uili not vary more
cooperate us most cordially!
I sentiments, cr.d responded to approvingly and I I nision referred to above with the j I tin up<.n C.'IlreII. Thn scrutiny in nsked urging for ns idp j Black Republicans in case the contest 13* I t it would be oy!! and irninoiahty! to rick it. II than one hu.-nlrtki votes. It will not, in any
.. after WU i in- As between I
i "cordially by every Democrat present. Btitutc1rithniit delny ; and t.'ie pentleman alluded to i thrown into the House of Representative pahe !tiz,1I c.iudiiLtt! tvf"ie the ceutitry. Li event fall! under 12,000. It may go i
qualification, since rommnriicritcd, to us, that i and rpyedf, att -r cinfiriinr, lotvtn'ure: to counsel lie whig ofi hundreds over it.
Responsive to a general call, Col. .M. Whit t ; together reperitedlv, and and to them alone, for his election i Alain-, but he denis it die to frankness ard
S he (Mr. W.) Lad heard that Mr. Fillmore |j fotnse''lic in lehi'iin! to th<* matter came n '>6trei ; and b i (hut, while he honor n The Democratic majority in iae bgiiia-

: Smith addressed the meeting in his usual' happy once voted to pay a Floiidian the value of i' lurti.ntly. but dtC'dedly, to the conclusion that the ;I low \\e subjoin a pregnant extract from tIe: j iI say ilr. Filhmve! he does entertains in.t sympathise a high with appreciation the of: ure is near 50.lzssornx.'L'he. ,
IOCTIIFUI y of cojeeti A
I and impressive manner, forcing conviction! MHEEs Congress would SEVER coN E T I! Boston Courier i t.f VJU! thbt
old Ine party iiin.itvd him.
lost is I an Whig Practically latest
negro, abundantly evident from the ft ej TO T KC THE Mib ouKi CoirBOMicc, but TRCFEEIIEDxoi journal, contest a iqtelifgetice from

upon the most prejudiced mind, that it is the j quenl references to that adrnUbion in the >: CHAN IVIERTEUTIO.V AN without sti 1 ; naIl we so advi-od Mr. UU- | supporting Mr. Fillmore, containing the distinct i In thcw is belTi-e ciicurmtance Mr. Buchanan he SHOULD and Cob GIVE Frroioot.HIS: this Slate'is to the IStli, as follows :

V Democratic party ft f the Union thht condi- | course of his speech by Dr. L., and the fact ly hi was then delay.likely IVioeivinjj to be availing thnt no', b publiC'lticn with- i| admission that Mr. F. differs in no respect VOTE FOR SIR. BUCHANAN Hit capacity U: ST. Lena .Aeg. 13.-In 79 countiw,

-tutes the theet anchor of oar national hell from the letter 1 fiom Mr. universally acknowledged ; Lie life ia without n stain 53 Democrats 24
safety. that Mr. Walker, in his neither prc 3 a which be !bad already Fremont in regard to his aud iiu ; Bcntonites, 23 Know Nothings -
reply, irpresrnU more
- M. D. Papy, Esq., will address the club at nor denied the charge. The fact corrected of j! preparc(1 l for publication" j avowed opinions on the suliject of slavery." that sentiment of nationality completely,tolerant,than warm any and other comprehensive and 5 Whigs elected to tffe llos'e..

ita next meeting. %- the admission j j This testimony is distinct( and unequivTKVil, i I We call the attention of the what withont which America is no longer A- IiT 7 SfnAtori.il districts heard from,4 Deco
__ thus qualified can be substant country to nierica. crats, 1 Bentonite 1
t showing! beyond tie shadow of a douht -that Nothing,
j the Courier
The Prospect Brightens In the West i liafed. bv creditable witnesses if necessarv. the says, and particularly to those Great applause followed the reid-ng of this letter, Whig, were elected to the Seuate.
1 Is t prior to passage of the measures of T650,' j!i portions of the extract in italics and three cheers were given for ilr. Choate.
it denied ?
Last evening's mail from the West brought I Mr. Buchanan had given the Missouri I- We : Hou. j 11 W. Farley. b fore reading the letter, declared From this there can be no doubt that tb

: us letters from numerous friends in that quarter i Mr. W. was repeatedly challenged to fcubj j Compromise, in favor of non-intervention.up ''..__ ed in the replied Daily,Advertiser on Saturday as to to a which question of propound ihe thiee to which that M,ho. CLoate rcLLY coNCfiaiD had! ttrrived.ix TH coycicsiow( Democrat will have a clear majority in the-

containing assurances that the prospects 1 stantiate a solitary vote given by Mr. Fillmore | And his position after their was vative candidates and for least time Presidency wa< the "must conser Legislature. The election of the entire Democratic
passage s.ecti"nat.Vt
of the Democracy i in farm of a question involving the tt OH Conclusive judged our answer More Accessions. State ticket is conceded by7000 m*
I were never so bright and equally c"iisFbfent. In a letter adilresscd Ly > ou tbu point ; if not, it must be at

inspiriting as at the present time. The Hon. rights of the South. He produced no such him in November, 1850, to a Union meeting I mean tributed at to Lund our to own sustain want of ability for we had ample The Montgomery Journal, the leading jorily !

3!. A. Long and W. D. Barnes, Esq., have vote-nor can it bc-done, either by him, the j hold in Philadelphia, ho said : The do- ed to show what scarcely our required position. den2une.tratk We attempt n,. Whig paper in Alabama and warmly support The members of Congress eleeted are An

acquitted themselves the editor of the Sentinel or by any one else. that if,. frillmore Jifrrrdin no Mr. I Mr. Fillmore derson and Wi'odson.Knowr Nothing*, Greea
nobly by delivery of feat of time Wilmot Proviso, and the : Fttmoiit respect from ing announces that tiro of the
i/i riff.itd to hit
; telling speeches throughout the West to large Another admission raado by Mr. Walker sage of the fugitive blare law, arc all pis-tie! tufijtct i f tluvrji; that h.,avowd was equally opinions opposed on liLA to Know Nothing electors of that State have Craig, Phelps aiid Carulhers, Democrat ;

and enthusiastic was, that Mr. Fillmore was againsl-him and f sluvery, in general, In its extension Blair, .Black' Gain Dem
I. audiences, completely overwhelming South have obtained by the compromise.IC .- i as into the terriiories, withdrawn ami are now taking the field lor Republican. of two
the South the Nebraska-Kansas except provided by the Missouri Conif romise,
on to .
the supporters of Millard Fillmore, question.As They asked for the Missouri Compromise, Limo repeal of that compromise, and, on precisely the the election of Buchanm.: The first of these ocrats.TEXAS.
who had the the Sentinel give that the go-by, we take same ground as Mr. euiou't., Partial indicate that Texas
tcmerify to doubt their statements which it is Known that, for ono, I was nl- intcrltrcnc. inflexibly opposed t" is the Hon. Luke Prior, for whom," returns
with it
any ,
it confessed. ai exists in tho States
aa of
.: or controvert their arguments. Hi- '. the Union. The the Journal, the Know adheies'to the Democratic faith by aa increased *
ways willing to concede: believinir this advantage which Mr. Fillmore Nothing! mtmhers
tflCa..S .t'a.. t.(.-. .>..... :.. .. : posT !
deed, so convincing have btxn the --... ... ,...v. -- - -- majority The two Sana are tbcs
"would tvl
arguments, Mr. Buchanan's Tradncers. lo the inostjmist, equitable and satisfactory ,,iuim | > If. Ilia I III Hit "I 'U' 1.OL mieu iur cnueo estates
j'otitioiii h
: and nf t jnM.c life hr h so overpowering the appeals of these gentlemeuthat The Know Nothing 'press, unable to find airangemcnt of time territorial qaestion <>ituntiy of*tin\tiiiy. udha thuitn hit jteudf'jitadkireiiceto j Senator, and who was selected as elector for Nothing

many of tho most ardent supporters any instance in which Mr.' Buchanan belweeu the North and South ', but that ail th-*eprinc-pltt" i the Fifth! Congressional Dsti Ic "-the other Houston. It isi meet and proper that the
of Millard ever assumed It i is evident from this that there State which1 was into the Unit n
Fillmore have declared a sectional position and wad untrue to had passed away." Now \ve put it to time is some j is Mr. Carpenter, also on said? electoral brought

I that "'it'xVas. "not patriotic" fora Southern man the constitutional rights of the South common sense of any.man io any whether, body going to be cheated. Mr. Fillmore is tieke L" through the influence and by the vet, of James

: th'-support.'Millard Fillmore and the are reviving with being mn at the North on the ground Good Buchanan, should, after this tnaa*
platformS exploded slanders, conscious that the such unequivocal committal, and iuvi.v express bye Jo Fillmoro. They ssy his stock summary
-.. which he stand before- the-Ameiican thai as between him and Fremont there is is ncr, kill off bis enemies within hnrhorder.
.uppu falsphood outruns the truth and few see the : of his consistent advocacy of the con. no looking up, which is a fact. Its sajlai

people." "VVe" thail 1 lay""before our readers correction. We hoped they would give the elitutionalrights of the South for over thiitv difference of opinion on the subject of slavery, that if it looks any way a I all, it bas to look The Macon. Journal and Mcsstngcr of t ti$

i 1*, abstracts of these letters next week. All honor people credit for knowing some things, but years, Mr. Buchanan would or could have while in the South ho is urged upon the people up." 20th alleges distinctly that Mr. Suchi=a*

:. to the pitn'otic "Democracy) of the West, they care nothing about exposure, and pride done otimem vise luau sustain, had ho been in for the reason that ho is the only man fit STILL MORE.-The Hon. Willis 'A. Hawkins voted in fayor of a measure for the aholuio*

wLo ere fi ht'ng: like'true' soldiers for the themselves on escaping detection. In a career 'Congress, the distinct repeal of a measure to bo trusted with the management of their Know Nothing candidate for Congress of slrory! (a the District; cf CotpmVia." 'v.

-- Union and tat cquajity. Already- mists of forty-one years it might reasonably be which lie previously declared had passed cheat peculiar| interests Will the Sentinel Which side is trying to last fall from the Columbus District, Ga., take it for granted that our Georgia cotefflf

: are disappearing and_ "the sunlight 6f victory supposed that Mr. Buchanan would give away" by the legislation of 1850 ? To sup* will -will Mr. Walker has come ont for Buchanan-so has Hon vary baa authoaty for this charge, $then
anybody tell ? It is
is fortl/ us evident
breaking beautifully throughout the .abundant material for retraction. But none pose the contrary would be ridiculously. that if the quite Lewis Tumlin, another Know Nothing who it would not,bc elrred. Now 'e ask t-
I. entire West" .*'* .. Courier is right-and who doubts
; ._ has surd. Besides, VVP have in of was run for Congress in the Rame Diatiict. to
2:. -_ : ver been found. Ho bas passed unscathed wen some our it ?-our Know Nothing friends paper produce; its authority-19 give
must be
; f ;. .Maion vyiuivjr* through the fiery furnace that try exchanges an authoritative statement from awfully tcrong. Gentlemen, its no time for Push on the column. evidence on whicfi the charge ia based

: iA .Qpnv nlion'o'f ie 'Democratic party.vr&9 ,. men's characters. No -pot, no stain on his Mr. Buchanan that had ho held a seat in jockeying. Mr. Fillmore has accepted the nomination have examined. Mr.- Buchanan's record, :

hdd- <QcaIa, Marion County, on the garments. He lias adhered to that constitutional Congress he should have voted for the Ran 1 "" B*" of the Georgia Know Nothing made have found no, sitch rote. lie never d

Sth-in>t, t9flominatcaudicl&tei for.the Leg ,path bo resolved to tread, and political sas bf'j' in 1854. His letter to Mr. Slidelf!!, IOWA.-Tho Sentinel seems t> think S that July.. The nominating convention party ia vote, and W'Q challenge proof to. the coul(-

-talatdrej": Oo the first ballot,' Dr. W. J. Keittvaa malignity confesses lie bas never wandered dated the 2fi& of December last, will also be the result of the late election in Iowa settles resolution declaring hostility to the passed nonintervention a Will the Mestenger respond t *

: tmanimonsly. chosen for Senator-and'J .from: *m-it....f No" public! man has.ever been more -remembered. After mentioning in that letter the vote of that State in Congress should the feature of the 'Kansas bill in S -

i' Cottoa Rawli and Dr. D. A. Vcgt' selected consistent in his determination never to pan.derJo.jQcjtio.nal how he' had labored, in company with South* election of President be thrown into the aa sufficient for anyone A. B. Joh:> 3rthdretoXare ont* of the

aa R preIi.! *""A Wt of excellent.*eso- .. Cerlings. and :flpiiijon9. We crn men, to extend the *Missouri'line to the' House of Representatives This is a mistaken poser from all support cause by the cutting American o'such op- promioeut Kaaw Nothings is. tho 8t*'

lotions were kewise-'adoptedj which, with see monglhe absurd charges that are reived Pacific ocean, ho adds : "The timejorjt' The contest in Iowa was for rocmbcnTto the of Georgia. This resolution party Kentuckyhas'* ; tome out 'for" Buck
was sent to Mr. fleck .'
the proccedingT'or Cp'htrttiop wewill \ he said in Washington, Lancaster or "has parsed away, and I verily believetiiat i.iCongress, commencing in December, ,Fillmore, but in his reply! he makes filiation He-iaya :*

::. -endeavor to7 publish t'rTmrdeIphia"if; ho had "ithe-best-nay, the-only-made now r The election of President no I jwfl! say in a Very fevrjror s ttat .
t4hie.ripg: opporiu'city. a drop of Democratie should th whatever to it Notwithstanding this Bacbanfcn and} Bretkeflridg'e, 'to U
p. -r .v:'> llood.in his veins he-wouldlet it puttirz down fanatical and rnikt sii question into the House will devolve
ft : ,.. out. go upon reowkable"? omission, the Know Nothings and the Constitution'feelIbitthet'r!

: The -pppc5ing3! ttn2id U? l in "Mario'n are' We have" before us his letter of-J 838 denying H nfd'dition at the North, u TO "ADUEgm 'p- :4\lQ-pretent\ Congress, in which Iowa standgidividsd continue to support him, Although they know come when'all'trmfo men should rally t

i:1 Win.t1cG4agn.for-cnator, indjTamea A.AVfgglcs'and that lie ever fiaid, in, pubjic' or private, any THE EXISTING aETrJLCMeST wrTUOUT-'TUBcl- there being one Democratic member, that hagainst: the Kansas act and party *principles'promise; most f'the : ;

4. %Hcrdee such Wo have SLiOijrEsT THOUGIJT OR APPEARANC' *: (iMr. Hall and against countr/r regard: the Kansas N' :::
Geo. ) B1ack
S for tho abuse. thing. before usa letter from one Republican, (Mr. tbo South in the great struggle she is now bill as the ShibboUtS by which to H
gerUlerr.en of Lancaster hen WAVKB NO AND WITHOUT KEGABDIMJ.Ar'Vu,8TORX 1'britxjton,)
many statingthat with
carrying on the.
"7WiIhim1:, EqyoDe( the candj. ReDublicans. the orthodoxy of* man or I pnrtj, 5rtof -
tieafor' Th 'KocLMon the Know1 Nothing ver made tuch a declaration there This'ctfarg' .WHICH: MAY SI JtAIIED AOAW T ir 1 1', ; There'ia reason to hope that Mr. Hall has How long will the Know Nothing party thus with mj convictions fIts ini, >

tt toiite .L/J;jtti.-S lj, was bpught'against him to prevent WebaU >*rliouIaratteniion tothii: coiphilicJaViTUJiffe. -. bti re-elected, notwithstanding the reports continue to delude the people by holding onto port any man or party who oppos :

_ t''T i Cu.., YDetnOcratr-'fi'Ottj: :.voting'-for him, but was* ; it bit'ihe Calk fur time like .:that both of the Black Republican candidates cuaa who visions upon the | bject-of 'sIaec -

: ; K ; .. '- *: ? U' T'r'promptly; ,ri.if and denwd. .j ... .. r.?*h.6e* *,r Jind ought to blijfer'lhe* (iongues of tn--j.*j" 1 aid and says nothing except what givei therefore, for "Batfaanan sod ..
/ ? comfort to the T
.* I J* ,' -i.-. V"1' ,. iXj' enemy and the Kansas N.brsiibill...

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I '.: f"n 14.fr..l.""t.. L.l' :- -9 sv t K, August 9. 1&6- South Florida 'orrtSpo" .c _Boca ,Immigration* tdd to'the .Wealth. oftfc COQ e VemUtage, alas lila Celebrsled Liter PdllD

High o'i&zn .RorucVfjlh; :; esvtge joy Editor of the Floridian'$ Journals Mr. EDITOK: The_ Know/.Nothing il2 Coakryt ;' ftiiiJr'W,tI1I. Da1IIa.Nftj

' Tie Lowvr'd abrieka lik*of a !grutiqg end.' drank draft with biSeld"'enrapur'd: ear Our State ana county elections took, place. more party of Hillsborougfi; or' .i1J,! ;4. of: HUt t9. Merchant Magazine for August "rndtAtwU. ; '. '1 FtSUEKO. .:Jt BRftS.Suld ::1' .

Tia: dtaoUUoo spread,*q4 fait un the.4th inst. The Democratic candidates, Tampa, held its mooting in the Court !Jiusoon contains an article in answer to this question t1dass5s
DrarSt" b 'I'. and bno..
A created witkin] bit soul wlach}*is rd. udicioas. It at an of the
new aensa
for Stale offices such'"AS Attorney ,General the evening Thursday the 24th fust[ .; eminently timely tri 6i"1q'd
town in the Snmth.-
Thrill to the light *aj vibrate to the aonnd; by om agent ia every
Thinkeat tbmi tjh grandeur had ".>t ..*reomeTbe Treasurer, Comptroller, obtainedthe, following Hon. J. Darling presiding'for'tb'o' parf> .eof, -says, : : 'to" _

force of Human kindnejis I And when Horn*. majorities: Attorney General I, James appointing delegates' to the County anfl 'Disoin-. 41 Of hH the causes of agencies whiclj can &be *g.t bst Is M 1"1:1'
eived ,
With one atertj Uoir.Tibrrd noftk'e tntiurn. affect h ,
the indu trv and prndu\?taon. and\ coi Just 01 .. .
siteiUe0t the
.. Oruab'd not %hari red with dearest blood I Willie, 303-Treasurer J. H. trict Conventions; of their party. A -
her Kayrriond, tfrOJy sequemly the civilization and well-being of "WtiUAN R. PETTISH .I..n"iiI4 *ie1asi 't5 ti4cQDt4N
!Had t.are'a oet aubm.i aiv abjeetnee* destroyed M. 36 Comptroller, J. B. Shaw, 367. These number of delegates were chosen and any peojil the mOat disastrous and destructive PER itl" I Is ed.-butdt-fal l.*l .
& angge.t1oasr..QL"UN
are the t missioned HHDS. Clear Sidea to ftCfuCJul litffTttd*' Cd3Q06flEQfi0' Or,4ff.OCj anti 4k
tutjoiitesguinedmn the and to attend those Conventions'1 but is that which arises from public 10
city '
In tho'pres&nt state political difficulty! it 9 *. plan toir;die oaaiderttjpi, far ogratej "
l ehooves the South to look we ll to its own ty of Galveston alone: I have not t ard there seemed to be a total want of the pirit nnd unjust legislation. It drinks up,' 1 ... prime Sugar promr4fi*ead sskty>I1znst f .. .tn .
SHVS an t'millent'l'ter on political economy, 1 Choice 3elance. doe fteaa .
from other as'yet The of enthusiasm'throughout the aa cr Cession
i We shall be caJlod for. any county officers At the t Tiercel Sugar Cured Hems,
ftty. upon spirit of a people by inflicting wrong et etifbste.s 14 be'd P'
tbe exorcise of nnanimity.. Past"develop fleeted.' by the same\ party are as follow :_ this I was some littI surprised, and pe-. through means of an agency which was ere- 2 "'Lard.' to tor dev Dfrhc Tttnvrtrif F"=JIl.lfnt1l

Chef Justice of Galveston co, Thomas M. daily so when I looked aro nd Tibont and ated for the solo purpose ofprc"entingVrong 1 Oil add la ,tdieigasd.
meets tend'pt! in1y' to point out to us thc 25 Bbla Extra Family Flow. 11 -:
necessity of concerted it2on. The firturocfotlred J.aC'k. maj'. 340-County Cleik, Oscnr Far. saw prominent strangers present belonging and which was intended to the ultimate and 25 Superfin AzLmmToRE. :

w i-b, 202 nwj.,-(three competitors for this of. both parties, which usually exerts tome influ. faithful refuse of the friendless.' : 6 Syrup. Jut, G-J1t '.5..rti7w.La.Plantation .
i in, the dark robes'of impenetrability The article alludes to the effect of unjust For Sale fur CASE, ly o
fice;) Sheriff John IVesterlage, 81 mnj.,- ence upon the enthusiasm of political meet. R. H. BERRY.
affords no opportunity < f arriving at a .just measures on the part of a government and for S&le.
Ang. 16, 85ft n
conclusion: in regard to our political 'destiny i Assessor and Collector, Win. Thompson, lOS ings. Amongst the-grangers present were people in paralysing the energies and arresting THE SgbKiibcn offer for II1e! their Pbatatke. IS

'\'.' tfeotrfd thereforo mako thf needful pre": i j maj-i1 County Treasurer, D. Wakelee! 258tmij.Coroner CoL Whit Smith, Dem., and Col. A. J. T. the progress 01 a whole nation, as Illus. Staple Dry Goods and Gro i1cs Nortb-wt of Tallahassee,,eocUdnfcjf 1049ACTM

Dr. J. Hannay, '12 Wright, K. N., of Columbia, who happenedto trated in the persecution of the Jews and of oak hickory tad pirie bad ai rich and productiT -
for the j maj.- ceries.T as in tai. Ioa eouott. Tbtr
pnrations meeting exigenciesvbich I, Moors in and in the any pert< ANon
Spain, expulsion of the
I Besides these the same pasty r.jected County be in town on business, though neither the premises *Ob bog &.ud Screw, 8cpriil1
tbe fu-ure: may prc8(nt. I French Huguenots fiom France by the > EOEIVED PER BARK GAMBLE" A J. .
revocation sad Boilers bou.
: took in the dwelling \ M TO *. sad 1M
Surveyor no opposition, Connty Commis. any part meeting. But upon the JL\ aDd well selected Stock of Dry Otxxl'", Boots,
The first action therefor." on otir patris of the Edict of Nantes, and, also, oMMsarv ont bootc. 350 acres of land U eIe&nJ
U doc.V 0 itt castsiiide : s-ioncrs (1.) five Justices of the Peace and two subject of enthusiasm in public meetings I to the fact that what gave an impulse to ths Shoe. and & Cheap fur Cub I Cash t! aDd in rood state of tultlvatioa, god 'aer, sa

all party dis- Constables. It i ili tue the opposition (K. N's.) here, we have had so many that the spirit has I woolen trade of England was the procuring i J. P. LLOYD. abundance of tb* but of tinker.' It wiH suit for oecr .
thctions. and nt.imositieb and take two pltatat oc.s. I
Con made no open nominations for county offict'tp departed, and our meetings have assumed a of foreign workmen to teach the English peo- ,; Person wishing to p.rcMa. will ooo tad AM t*
fidtT:1tion'the gremms wrongs under which but sort of total abstinence cast. I pie their craft. The concluding paragraph, !j i JUII Coffee. Rio do. Fulton market Beef in bb!&. tlicu:* lr 4. W. will Mil Icwtr than the aaoc qur.
have fcecti Uiegenerally speaking centered I which below 'i a.lid do. No. 1 Mickercl, Pickl-d Salmon, Pickled
is be
commended" of Lind
we : suffering. Let f we give the tj cm bought
"indk4ca front us present aa (,n such! candidates us were memlyrs ol their We have not yet been visited by any of the I attention of the Know Nothing journaU that jl I. Sardine. Lobster, Ousters.. Clams. Halibut de.Dryed .- OEO.B.PI3HZLWM.
to our *nemy. The Beef Tonguep, Schydnm S'iuapp, Raisins,
prE'i'IJt candidates, and it be our Indian troubleswill I z. man
may advocate
pifl3' which ,i'ouldtftdu3Ih. .
measures I Figs IjcmonSegar J>bl. Nuts, Filberts John Andtrson
elate of affairs cannot last It irn. July! n. l81. J8-tf
long. sposib'c deprive us of their usual calls but if check if Tobacco. Ruff and Ready 7wm do .
On the night of the 4th so, not altogether stop, emigration to chewing ,
. to close our eyes !o the glaring truth an affray took we will regard it a misfortune. We thinkour I this country. and SundriM cheap. for CxL Cash I! Cash 1 11 1 1 '
will be assailed phice between two lads of 19 years of in i The J.R.LLOTD.In Havana igars,
that we by tho North. So; age candidates should not add this additional adoption of any measure bv the
long as we display a spirit so imbecile] so which one, FiancU II ae.kins.:18 so dangerously .. infliction Government, or people of the United States, Store a Large Assortment of Western JUST retired per R. IL Gamble 000. Lest qvui-
I to our already too deeply afflicted cigar Call and try tE milcDOtQALLAiUOBBT.
nactive so sluggish, our gieivar.ce are not stabbed that he i la not expected to survive. I I I which could in any degree tend to prevent, Country Produce. .
be redressed of community, but should isit us and sec and i I divert the tide of 'R..nn. s.:_J.. Rh.ct. '
.te by a folding the and or of labor
arms a He t-tJllin's: but is failing rapidlv. great emigration ; --- -' ------ August2iS5G. 21 .
lauding of the glotious Union." \\ hat hear for themselves our true condition. 'Vi I and capital from Europe to our shores, would Cleat,
The g''ssips of our town are in di is. I Shoulders jackSonFI&Planb\
Ln' it be glory to lay supinely under the galling engaged are entitled, also, to bear their di ('ns ions only! find a parallel in its disastrous effects Sugar Cured Dams, lake ; ;

lashes of an insolent and cowardly majority casing quite a singular marriage which took and to be correctly informed upon the various r with the instances above. In the year 1849, Plain tion:For S .

Will we allow the clanking :letters place between a widow lady aged about forty political issues of the canvass, and this i the whole number of foreign emigrants arriv- Me! Pork No. 1 WarranUd. TF not prkTiou*]? finpoaed 'of. will be sold, OB Cl

of a despotic tyranny be placed! upon; our and a Gung man who has not yet attained! we can i"g lit the different ports of the United States Lard Whiske.:. tc. I first Tuesday w DtCDBEJt next, at tU CourtHouse

limbs t Can tliere! be glory in submitting to his majority. It ..flit" I lee I last ." but expect only from the candidates! themselves. was 200,000. If we estimate the value of Cheap for Cash Cash I 11 I bv J. duor iu tie citj- of TaJl Btf,,. rwt.I.tWlrlnlndnld i
: May R. LLOYD.
I' ,
wrong without making z tingle effort tT.;.1:.- did i Should there be apprehension of safetJ, labor, th skill, and the cipital of each of Aag. 16. 185G. SS-21 and Four Acm ot best quality OAi aadHICKOP.T
not transpire until yesterday though th- LAND, btlongi to the atat. ofDiVLiteb
'cipate ourselves} from ir? c' r- > :i like_cm- tki.ik! Col. Smith would readily meet thm at these emigrants at only one hundred dollars, \ ad. Tbi u one w the best CotUa PlafiU-:
juM'CH t! resiJos iu ths:
brace Cc-ti-Hy! .ut. :t icquics; acliro'uip :!- : place. Tiiey; had IJOihllt''T ? Wiihlscooch.ee with an escort, aid! see them vo have an augmenthtion of the national! Dissolution of Co-Partnership. ions ia Middle Florid; atvvst ooe-balf cwjed ao>i

patriotic, ileciaivc: action uj,oj our up to the present date I lid? togetlur wealth! in a single year, of more than twenty THE partnership heretofore existing bet ween John under fence tbe remainder 1 npoods. '

'Iirt."e must row or I nevermnle the attempt as man and "ift'. through to Tampa and back again to the nir-e millions. When we reflect, however, I, Broome and Robert Heir in tbe weighing storage The ;iznproreineoU eoca:ittf a eotoforUV2e Dxr.Hing

to secure our rights. Our efforts Withlacoochee ; and, should they desire to that the great majority of these and selling cottoa biuiness.: j is this day disaolred and all oeceteary out buildings;a rood Oreri
must The emigrant's I tu'roni'nt.! BROOME t HEIR. bOUle. Gin House. 13ci'e'W. Stable Cora
legislature of Texas are at bv m1. era 1oi.e.> ,
bo iudet tigable. We must not flag in our j! present \isit Manatee, as I think they ought, I think I are able-bodied men and women, accustomed August U, 185e. 33 and tvrtu-y negro cubic, all Unused. buil&np. cJ h.

exertions; the let c.elaor! hesitation m lI I discussing a bill for appropriating 850,000 Gen. Carter or Col. Monroe would send to hard, persevering labor-many to skilled good repair. 4'

but] us into irrettileable ruin.Ve ate compelled for the purpose of fitting out emigrants for them down and bring them back. These labor-that numbers aho possess, in mon*>v New CoPartnersliip.G Person wishing to ezaoJoe! this! PIoats!!"o ate,.
are ferrrd to Mr. Richard SaoaJm. oa the piaer. Ft I ..
to acknowledge that it is our duty to Kansas. The or implements, varying amounts of
will c3pital.
: legislature probably ad. hut my conjectures, not having heard either the HEIR AND JOHN P. COLES nave this tercni. rise in the htii, > of estimated value of each ROBERT ,
: up ni : < ss our Hrergth, to to the countrvwhich -.
jnuin by the 1st September. r .J. <. .....J .. ___I. _I' 61. ._ w. a copcrtnrrship in tbe businers of *comity Oa. \ '
throw off the, f-ln' gish ';pi.1 6S which has VI &mJ.- i.aUlU; pti.1h UI lOW rnaiier. .nut., we have given, will appear too inconsideraUe. : : weIghing. storage nod selling cotton and also to mike- JOHN B. TTETTEEEAD.Auguat .It i J

; hitaerto er.iludlod: us : tad let tis piore tot We are at present in great want both to as the candidates for Governor, Congress and Estimating the value at five hun liberal advances on cotton sent to their care. 2. 1656. td*-81 Exf'eQ r..tc. l1

':.9 North by our I1jT'v: fl'"iti; tLit: the time cool the atmosphere and to furnish us with Electors represent the whole people of the dred dollars, less than half toe amount of an HEIR 4 COLES.

1 has armed, when we I.ate, as one man, deP drinking water. The health of our city is I >tate, and as it is equally the privilege and' able-bodied negro slave, we have the enormous August 14. 1856. 38 Medical College Georgia. } :
termned to Fuhnt} ." ; sum of 8148,000,000 added ArocrfA 11.
: n Ioi.ger; to j'.jrgrerivion, to the ,Jolj, 1886.
extremely good at presl'lIt.ot a Migle case right of citizen to and hear Plantation Goods.
every see them
j but on the cor.lr.iry are preparing ..to rt'gain wealth of the United States in single year. THE TWEKTT-FIPTHCour cfLecrN 1U .' ,
c-r lost rights and tti resist :-ill (iituie J"'r. ssion tl Y dlocl'er has yet been reported .and before voting, I can sec roalid objectionto from foreign emigration alone." 1UNNY Kentucky Baeiwr. .I Inititutinn will commence the FI33T X.O3 ,. ;
Rope. '
it need be st the point of the biStrike I.f'; there id borne hope that we may escape the giving them protection by State troops Cut Nails. all size*. I I DAY IN NOVEMBER NEXT. :1i _

now; do not :illow the opportunity; ., I inllitMhn: this summer. Galvestou\ is inpruv- through such portions of the State as is rendered AN OVERWHKLMING HEPLY.-In the course Wrought Nail l11. 6. 8, & 10, !.i FACULTT. J.'i.,

pass effect by unimproved. One masieily cfioit ling rapidly I f several large three-story brick unsafe for ordinary travel on accountof of a long, able and withering reply to the oft Cotton Cotton Yarns.Osnaburgs, I L.O. A.M. DUG NEWTON.S. M.M.P.D Snrgery., Anatomy. La.. :_
the desired and _
may reealf in November store>- are in course of erection, and several! .the presence of hostile I have refuted slanders in regard to the Federalismof Low pnced Tobacco, OARVIN.M.D Ma! ria Medea.itcs. -n.-r.... t.., .
next let us prove by our select of the savages. .
on Mr. Buchanan the New York Book Thorn aston Lime, and Medical J Juroprudence.J. /
patriot statesman and tage, Buchanan, that more contemplated., Those area 'y built t. no doubt that our EXl'cutiwouJd approve : Day Potach-a superior article fur making soap. A. EVE, M. P.Obetetnei aaJ DM aM c4tc,. C. ,

we can effect what we wish whm we exert will; compare favorably with any in the large such a measure, and I think ho would be I says'. Now the ALSO mea and LofacU. _
truth is, Mr. Buchanan IL V.M. M.D
and t
ourselves. But if, on the other hand), we j Northern and Sonthein cities. C. light in to doing. I was a Federalist in the true sense of that term.A A Iiml\1l1vt of Summer C(to thine. which we-are selling Anatocny. Pbjtiolcgj. Patiolygical ,
- show the least indifference but the I hope the candiJates will think of this at reduced prices. G. do J. MEGINN1SS. ALEX.
open Federalist MEANS. M. D, Professor Qfceowtrr. j
I -- was an of the of _
door for fresh insult, for renewed matter and decide not to round altogether opposer war Aug. 16. 1856. :3- L. D.FORD M.D lastitutee '
imposition, From Washington.j "pass us 1812; Mr. Buchanan supported tbe bv aod Plraatk of iti-. _
and a Black Hepublican President will be I I Ii ; and, if the plan above suggested ben war ('inc. U :,

calle'l to the LonorsUa! and: uigniik'ci position j VtTAsui>uTO.\, Aug. IS.-The House nut I t adopted, I hope they may devise some his own sword. Mr. Buchanan was elected i Council Notice. H. F. CAMPBELL. M,DS ugiaJ. Coiojwra'Jc. .
: thismo'Jillgt o'clock.. Great excitement other andisit to Congivss for the first time in I 1S20, and asa will be received until August 25th. acd Mictoccopical Ann torn v. .
of ruler ?. j way our Feetion, and let PROPOSALS
us of M Mon roe's in order the Street end R. CAMPBELL M D'DfboMtrttorof t
I when the supporter r. Administration; Squares of Aflaien*.
prevailed Civil .MiscrlUnerus and hear them
Let us determine to stand firm, utterly regardless j see be-fore he election comeson. yet as :this Administration was I I I the Citr, an'l el"o thr Ccnjetrv f-r the Imlsuce, of this: S. B. SIMMONS. D. Assistant Demootrator.* :
of all apptopriation bill was taken up, which, the! j supported by order. C. JUEIAH HARRIS AJD
conStqu 'r.es. A digso' riCln the Federalists the Clintonians and Demo- I I I yeur. "Uy HUTCniNSOX, Cik. Projector to Profoaef t }
of the Union i i a minor consideration, when! I ainendments having been : greed to, WKI cpasbed. We hau. no fivi-h Indian news worth com j I Aug. C. 1S5C. S3Notice of Sur erJ.
: nats, it gives his (enemies chance to say Clinical Lectures viH be delivered 1 _
regolarly at tl
compared with the sacrifice of thov I nlIIhulngaud: until! the! rains" ceaw and the !'
rights The Motive that he v\as a Federalist. The true way t tI to !i I City Hospital 1, and ample opportunity* will M aSor- ( _
and prixileges which hate been bought with I tlisagr-c-d on the Army ApjtroI pr< s.eiii unprecedented flood passes' off wedoit t I determine what he was i is to to the 'lml. j ded forth* study of Practical Anatomy. t 1 _
the beV blood of a n }ble! ancefctry and }bequeathed prialion bill, with! the Kansas. amendment: I : export: any; for t-uch an inundation has j Did he Federal go A YOUNG GENTLEMAN fro-n Irg-ui.i! well Fees r.rthe entire Conra*......|105 00 .
I or ? I II .
and it v.as accodiii"Iv lost. ; never been known }here 'i support Whig measures grounded in Mnlhetnatics. with n good know] Matriculation Ticket to be -
to us bv those patriotic spiritwho by any person now j Did he favor ( ou r}... 3 (X/ i
I II I'I'JI.wg a strict or libeial construction edge of Thwretrical Sarrevinj und
tI Engineering Fur
ri ked life s rd .LitPiHRt (fir 91.- ,-urHr of I I A resolution to extend the session two aiuongM t us. The Hiilsborough river is I IWVffui perti.rus.appiy to J
1-__ I !', ., I of the Constitution? By their fruits ye shall wi-he t obtain situation in an Engineering Corp* -). M. NEWTON Dean. _
tbose cro we "m ueucprived --- 11.-0 ;
long .t li'Ct than
very flgMSthicti I rn higher ever known. thfI-I I
i noon. \,11 t k"'t.--4l.'u. s _lJ..t.-- ,'. ....e .....t, or surveying past in the South. JuIyl9.186G.! .29
of if we continue to perfcist in lethargic : The President proposes to convene Congress its current has completely overruled the tide chanan made on the floor of Congress was in salary can be obuiottd. He will furnish "the "higL fit "VTOTICE' ia hereby given lat_'aaiit.e_ I
: indifference. Think: w; t that we can I I for some time, so that the only J ciosMng has testimonial character and evidences of qualification appikmtaon
agafu, immediately, but it is i i'I opposition to a bankrupt law. In this speechhe Jninde to the General Aawmbly. of Florida at t'
live secure under the protection of compromi'es. been done in small! boats. But when the for teaching the English: branches ith Latin, Greek. .
I that he will, as the prominent: Demociats rernonstrate showed its injustice to the laboring classes its next Sei.aionfor a charter ;for a Rail Road Cr\J" ,
No idea be absurd than.this, 'I Ac, from D. M. narr 500. A. M.. from University of _
cm mare it. water passes off w c- will have to be on the MunUcelio Fix. to the Ocorgic line in the direetine nfThomuoville
and its in to
against granting special privileges V Ac.
wrong Virginia, John Carry. A. M U. by addrewing
These Oa. To be called the Moatieell
no hope so prepo te1'Us. compromises look out again full moon, as the Indians I ) uiTLouiasTille
j A collision occurred in an omnibus be. every the few. Upon other questions his recordis I II.M. DILLARD. Lyuchburg. Va. Road '
stand in history against the North asI I i i tvveen McMulIeri of Virginia and Granger ofNew select that time fjpr their murderous equally Democratic. Party lines then Aug. 16. 1856. _83-5t August 2. 1S3&- company 31 ,

a ro.bbe'y of the &,uth's Nearest! rights, and York, growing out of a political dis deed, and it is not to be expected that they were not drawn. The old Federal party had .

will but give new i invitations to scoffs and demon cusbion. Grander received two severe blowsin will permit an opportunity of avenging their forsaken its principles, and made pretensionsto NoticeIS FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.* I

on the part of heartless majority his face. The House ordered an invesligati.m late severe chastisements to pass unimproved.Col. l. 'the era of good feeling,' as it is called. given that will be made to the GROWTH OF 1855.

whose only thought is by what means theycan I of the affair, to report at the next ses Smith and two of hs; Cajta. (Stewart When, however, Mr. Monroe drew the lines General hereby Assembly of application the State of Florida. at its 1) UTA tfaga. Flat Turnip, Culbage. B**<_. &. 2 u

deprive UP still further of these rights, .Ion. ,!I II' and Wright) havejust left here for their pots in his celebrated message on internal improvement next Session fi>r a charter fur a Rail Road, from the LL just received,

and in what manner the-venn offer more I'. I in Hernando, having visited Tampa. (as I understand and in the enunciation of the Monroe Town f Quinoy or j ju \vincinity. tLe Georgia line AMES. 1. d LIVELY.In t..3
and insult in the direction of B.iiubridge. Georgia, to be called Japnary5,1S6.
grious injury to have an interview with General
) the
SESSION CONGBESS. doctrine the from
EXTRA OK goats soon separated
it the is fast detained tLe Quincy and Bainbiidgd Rail Rrmd. Leon Circuit Court. To Fall Term 1S58. _
Depend upon day approach. Carter. They were some days by all 'Na
The former became
at once
WASHINGTON 18. An extra session j sheep. Aug. 16, 1856. 33-3m
ing when the two Fections will be arrayed in ; Aug. the sickness of some of the officers and men. tional Republicans,' and Mr. Clay, chagrined Rufus S. Htrnnf. J Attachment (90 19-10O
battle, one against the other. The South is 'j i I of Congress coO\'enE\S on Thursday What has been the result of their consulta. them. Where vs. v amount of Debt .eru t.-- 4
will in :disappointed, joined was Tax Collector's Sale.
President's proclamation appear William G. Gtskins. ) Bond for $181.
fast awakening to a sense of tho danger tions I am not advised, but understand that .
\J lr. Buchanan all this! Did he .
i the city on Tuesdn.r.I through go WTTJLL be gold before the Court Hoit door) itLe Defuiid&nt and all others interested are l.,
her and when papers TIlE
which is Smith will for the
now impending over Col. present so post'Jii3troops
after the of the notified of the iitftitutioa
strange gods Republican par- I V V Town of Monticello on.the 3d day of N'-vem ui tLe above euti- t
once aroused, she will never yield one single I as to give protection to the citizens of tv, like so many pretended Democrats of the I ber next the following land to wit: the E i of S E tIHd cult by attachment. and artr hereby required to

inch until the last hope of triumph be extinguished :j: HON. A. H. STEPHENS.The Pennajlvan- Hernando and a part ,of this county. 'If present day ? Not at all. We find him un. I i. Section 8, Township 1, Range 3. N and E. Levied a'ppeftr and plead to the declaration.filed io. the eee

1 by a noble .inartyrdorn. Death is'preferable ian thus notices the eloquent speech deliver. this be so, it is as it should be, for the peopleof XVavering in his support Democratic principles upon as the property of Richard C. Pariah, and sold within three mooths from ibis date, as required br'

to a submission so revolting, so degrading i ed by lion. A. H. Stephens, of Georgia, at our sister county have suffered materially* from the day he entered on the floor to satisfy the State and Connty TBJOS 1.1.G.; D.. W.GWYSK.K. W WALKER.)f Aa:. .'for Pl. ,

in its character, and the South will th great Deiuocr..tic mass meeting held at I for want of suitable protection, and they of Congress until the present, and ire defy JAMES Assessor D and MORRIS.Tax Collector. July 19, 1368. :_.:9-:0

cheerfully meet that 'death in the defence of Chamberfiburg Pa., on the 7thinst : should have it, and it should! bo promptly I I his enemies to prove differently. Jefferson County. I '

their institutions, their homes nnd their firesides. It was reserved, however, for Thur.-day, supplied them ; for if there is any further de- 1 Aug. 16, 1S56. S3 I FLORIDA INSTITUTE. 1

We confess to looking forward to the at the regular democratic mass convention I lay, their already neglected crops will he I Mr. Buchanan ant Governor Letcher. W. f. P E Y TOY, i. President, _

event of revolution with complacency, and to introduce to the great throng in the grove totally lost, and this would be ruin to them. I MEDICAL NOTICE. _

this can easily be accounted for. -.Suffering the famous Georgia orator, Hon. A. H, I From what I learn from that quarter since Ex.Governor Letcher, of Kentucky, in a -0-- (AISISTID BY CourrrxKr Ptorznaoxs.) ; '
I 'UE exercises of tbia Inatitatioo will be rtIUlD..i.lca
under the galling chains of a partial power of Stephens. His speech was calm, Etatt bUlsn- the arrival of the troops under Col. Smith, I I; recent speech Mayslick, in that State, said Drs; Taylor & Maxwell 1 Monday the 6th day of October text at ft.

a reckless majority, vre will hail that day as like, and irresistible and it is remarkablethat I think entire quiet is likely to be restored and I I that Mr. Buchanan was his personal friend ; formed a co-partnership. offer their Ser o'clock. A. M. : .

the harbinger of justice to our .trodden while taking new views of some of the the people will soon be at home pursuing I that l he was a gentleman and a patriot, for HAVING the public of Tallahassee, and iu vin- It ia important that Students entering then al.ulJ

people. That we will be prepared fur the I great questions involved in the present con- their avocations. I hope, however, when the whom he entertained a high regard, and that cinitv.Ta'llahassee.. bo Dreamt on tne first day of.the &D.
20th I he could not a word against his character Aug. 9, IPSfi. 32 SMir. copy 1 he COU.KGUTX DzrArrxxxT..i- eaJbratta a full and ;
emergency none will for an instant doubt- ,IC5t, his argument was the same as that ol time for action occur, say the middle or say entire course ot Ancient Laugtiaf Mathematics and

Oar section, so admirably defended by nature I the gentlemen who spoke before and after of September, that the State troops will be I as a man. He did not like his political sentiments I II' tbe u.ual English branebe U'ugHi in Southern Cvlie- '

. would present too many insurmountable I him. He was heard with earnest attesr.iosj! ; I given Pee privilege to pitch into the Indians and opposed him on that account. ). Reform-Medical College. ges. The libratory ia supplied! with a,lOW and

obstacles for the invading foe to hope for sue and his eloquence escittd in his heaters and close this wretched war; and I believe I' Governor Letcher is the witness upon whom I noI1, G-a.. splendid set of Apparatn with Chart.Mape,ic.

cess. Our harbors, so ably protected by impregnable boundless enthusasm.: Feeble in frame, but they can and will do it. Only let a few I the opposition the editors calumniator have relied of to prove Mr. i I THE Eighteenth Annul Course of Leclnre* in this the The studica FEsrAKATOKT taught in Bigfa DcrAKTMRrr ScUxJa aDd will Ac embrace*
fortresses, would defy .ny attetnpt mighty in intellect, his voice could be heard more companies be organized and broughtinto Bachanan Mr. Clay. will cormncnce on the first Monday. Great attention paid to the faorala ud nodoct of

Which io pctrarile simplicity! might be con "to the remotest verge of the crowd ; and his the service of the State, and let a cargo DEL.H'ARE.kter 1 from Newark, Delaware I in November next and rOle on the first day of March Studcata. ,;
following. Having received two endownments from
ceived. The high born chivalry and courage clear, flute-Jike tones gave a rate chann to of supplies be sent to the highest navigable EXP S3 01 TZUf: .
to t"e Boston Post, from one who in ; tbe State of Georgia it is in pouession of a splendid
which characterize our people will, in itself, the principles be so ably defended. In the points on Caloosahatchie and Peas Creek, November will cast his first democratic vote, College Edifice. with Apparatus. Preparations Spec- The Tuition Fee for the Eifer Branelwa. $1 1tO

be too powerfd a barrier to the enemy's success evening a great throng called at his lodgings and the State troops concentrated there, and mens and Facilities, and a Hospital: for Clinical Instruction For the Common Engliah R-tncbea, w. fl 00

; and by a email expenditure in muni- to serenade him, when he made another I believe they will end this struggle in short says- under the direction of the Faculty. C-da- Contingent ExpenMt . 1 00 '
LillIe Delaware will give her vote without from New York aod other dues.FACULTY. Board can be abtaiaed ia the citv at mo3 rato rate .
able than hit effort of order and l"think our Governor will adopt vcrs procured .
._. Jwn'of. war and armament equipments speech scarcely less ; gainsaying for Buchanan and the Union Payable quarterly adraoce. -.
can protect oar commerce by that same in. the afternoon." some such measure and instruct his officers and Providence permitting 1 shall be happyto For a CaUlogne cr farther infona*tka. a3dres D. .
domjtable) and invinc:ble spirit which will i now in the service to carry it out. Our peop L.B ANKSTON, M" D,-!Pfifor of PLysklogy and B.Clayton. Auiitwr t.Tallabflme, Florida.
mite democratic
add of
rav ond vot t-i lie
attain under all tr ala and enable us to overborne Extract from a letter written by an influential ,I ;;1.& can gd nit.''wbere, that an Indb'cananithey Pathology and Materia Medics. .t2.185g. Slgfe
I II majority. It is the only resource now, for J.T. COX. M J), Professor of Principles and Practice -
all difficulties. Ours is not a spirit that are do it. and will do it if the
K. N. of the same willing of Medicine tnd Therapeutic Plantation
to a gentleman I ; who wpbes well to bi; t land nnd A for Sale.ITH'C .
wfll tamely brook insult or bow in meek sub have authority and subsistence. But it is ab. anyone M. 8. THOMSON, M D, Professor Obfctetrica uti

;mission to oppression. Depend upon it, we party in Boston, dated ; .surd to for a moment that it ever ca: generation." Diseases of Womm and Children.I. undejKgoed will MU at pin aal.a
suppose N. LOOMIS. A. M, M. D. Prof of CLtmijtry, Bo I DlaiUatkio. Ua miles North '.
will never yield until l our last foothold snail PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 11, 1856.I will be done'by the ordinary modes of "
or and aee. ootalni lour hmdred) acre of S
slide from beneath feet Butil l the List am at last forced to acknowledge that A Good Comparison.The tany. Pharmacy MioroMopy. q' .
our warfare necessarily pursued by our regular L M. COMINGS, A. M, M.D, Professor of Anatomyand excellent Oak"and Hiokory.tad pine land; One hundred
lightning of our power .harmless upon our Buchanan will carry tbe State by 25 or 30- troops. Not that the officers commanding The Rev. Wm. Ronlatt a well known Methodist Surgery. and fifty of wbioh b coder cultiratioo. J

enemy, and the thunders our vengeancefail 000 majority. Fiilmors: will lead Fremont have not capacity or are deficient in the clergyman residing at Naples,draws the follow 0 A. LOCHRANE. Eaq.M.D. Professor Medial There are oo the'premises' eomfortabUf dwelliog .
astonished tbe 10,000. In fact the Black Republicans between Dr.M'Lane' Jurisprudence Comparative Anatomy and Cocpartif bouae.and tteoeaaary eat bocMS. with M. nrw.ginboaae .
And can any one be at are science of their profession, but simply because ing amusing but apt comparison and tort.'. rim rat.:' veil water and "'

result t All precedent cries out in the oega- dying off. In many counties the name of it is utterly out of the line of their profession celebrated Vermifuge papared by Fleming Brci, of Pbjiiology. bM1tb enjoyed,oo the pl&er. For Ura of saleap goou'

'live-.-.the genius of empire, as she lies Fremont is laughed at when it is mentionedfor to catch those Indians. As to fighting Pittsburgh, Pa. and a ferret: TERMS.Entirefeeifortkketst ply to the Qbe. ibe4,nt&n an tki trecniMMi.. .

crouched beneath the the.Presidency. How will the Buy do it and to do it ferretwhen at the entrance of. a rat hole > Lecturw.... ..$100 DAXIZLLBOUcK:.
and groaning mag they can are as ready A placed 1 '
Matriculation {mca ooly)... ._. ... ..... .. 5
i i8 cent" rains of old Rome, cries out No State go I If th-re. is no chance for Fill. as any men on earth. The fields of Mexico enter the apertnrs travel along the passage seize Anatomical Ticket .. ... .... ..... ........, 1 0 HAY, ,t418I1. $1. .

and echo proclaims it again from-the towers more in that State, go in for Buck. Any. prove this; and I would not intimate anything qpon the rat. .terminates bia existence, and drawl Payable t.. rari&bl* in cub in adraoe at the opening Money! MoneyANTfcs'ybtr'! !{ ;.
of Athens and but Black. Republican/' American like of the Meaion. Gtaduati D fee, payable before cx-
Troy, from the Acropolis thing to the contrary. As an citizen, tbe animal' defunct carcass to tbe light And in .

from the walls Carthage CIVIS. : am proud of them?ricaq army, but it.can't manner have I found Dr. MLane's American Vermi amiuatioo. $25. w ,
Hero is what the Loud n Chronicle, one catch the Semjnole Indians in Florida, and it. fuge to operate upon woaus, those dreadful and dangerous Maoon.For particulars Ga. address any ineutber of.Faculty, 40JLa 8J4-. .

:MorctfinrrsDicKiirsox D PE.cULVAN1L-SIcLTOR of Queen Victoria's organs, has to say in ref. is no reflection upon it to say so. It never, tormentors children. This remedy like the Anc 9. 18W. 3S aM : '. ; : :

has succeeded in its efforts to hunt, .capture of the month, travel down ..... .: .
,ra Trtfi Fn LD.-The old Key. erence to tho Presidential: straggle :- ferret, enters tne apertnra 4
stone State Is in pne.perfect blaze of Demo. Buchanan them, it never can, and I think all hands'ought the gullet hunts round the atomach. lays b.ld of theroims NEW BOOKS. 4. .'S J I. _
"We hoaldbe sorry to see Mr- this time to be convinced pf-'Ulat 1VrCII 8.= .
the oth r. by shakes the life out of the reptiles sweep RECEIVED E. H. Gamble .
lcraUc.finff/rom. extreme to is in favor of per an assort. ., .a&'r ,'
because he JUST ;
: elected piyser- fact. But, on, the other hand, thq.voltite cr and'carries their carcaw clear out ofthe of NOT I : ), I
The arm and.tron hearted Democracy of 'institutions they exist, clean their den. new po comprising *, 6 1P.. $ .III.. ., -b .r
the as ;
bat' 'better ving troops-I mean those acquainted'w .thecountry This at least hat been the eoeet of the 1 1 alas, Travels...
goo'4, State were perer doing There is f system. 13blJ4Wbi. .: ... .. ..' ,.-
AKD Tins trarmr OF ,run -have always been.more'or leu successful Murray* United StaUcTb .
DcTer.go.ctiv.. and vigilant as, now. They ( l monarehial govern. b 'Hr.. Vermifuge upon my children"A Complete Works tw Webster and Cs1bon 2 Moooneh4i. .
,no safety or ropeao.I and their has often C
feel,that the reputation other! ,'ayonte'lOn of tho Democracy success neighbor of Mr. Ronhtt. Mr. John Brig*,adopt A Child's History of the United States, S LJ.J 'I .
the ) .
if progressive spirit '
meat under the 4Oio !
barraased by being placed pontro :
hjrolved in the contest, and. they are cvi. the wmib of the reverend orer. that both giving Simm' EwUw .
States is allowed suc ,
of the United havea A.3LW,. .
command. Let tbfpt
I the regular ns, Tan Beth Boys. :
to thsj6thy.for of*his grt= specific
dently determined a their most uurq.i"ooa1arprnnl
op ceed. ELECT FBKXOST 'xnie FIRST I VIIMpf,
AND couple of State in the tfeld by Jam s'-Old Dosu&ion.
him .unheard of in political cbnJ, $tL On ., THE' UxiTfcl regiments after hanwr witnessed Its operation npoo their- own The Yor.rm.&I.r 3L)0Ea4kS5lt,' .- .. '
SLOW TO TBE SKrARATIOff Or tbe,20th of September and send thlnnrtb. '
Monday next,an immense,mass meeting will STATE is EFFECTED.1", under commanders, and I beleve the children. Let other try it. and b*satisfied.s and Dtoken! in paper eomnleU. 40 Bbis... 71osttrs *id Scpljs. _
Whtldct Mootrosr, Sosqpebanna County, "**. .. _ proper r- purciasera will be careful(o ask for T*. M'LAKE learning tn talk" and "Learning to think"Ecjerm'TaW. H,. -t.L&O. .
iniii ajsjsjm. s "*- *. ; 165t will fiat
y 1st :day January > '
Talk. ;
wiILbepresent. .
at.wfiich own'noble ( ". c
Dickinson land
car maoafa
There are tbre_ .coropanionp,with whom a relieved of '.I : Am VUXOTKH, by Em.t .. 4
Indian..Respectful Uaweo .
p 'i' .
every L .. .
address thu1titd. _
and. the '
his .HABMONY.Florida.. : F .Baca.Of Pttfcftwx, Pc..All oth r V r- Giv .ilcDOUOALL 1 BOny.qu.t .
terms M a.ctlL
t '" man should always keek,,on good DlG. t. :... J.:
if sflraoian wb. Cs3 not'tfrlxar .
can : LaM'1 tM. r'1i1lM. j _
'ju1'"OOth 16. erib..y Dr 3. It .1S -
Hn.LmO.r'GU C& mtrngTt,1n "
ID' Ni wifrj'bls ttomaefl; and bit conscience. ; 4 _
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Kli NEW*i 00s;. ; !AIEwTAKEB,1 THE PUBLIC.I Important to HonsekeeperB, For manufArturrog Tenors, Cordial. Lifer reson V, .; 'CZLZJZD I- :

I 4. .i .a : -t *3* DO. CERTIFY that In the year I 854, I visited F 'MERS' AND FRUIT GROWERS. BeTerafet/Vraegaf,'Bittern Syrups,
General Commission tfercbants Essences Wines Ac. V
Dr. W. Moseley's Infirmary at Griffin Ga, for the
mm PRATO1IOUS. NEW PORT, FLA purpose of obtaining relief of a very painful and distressing k -6Patent- ALL KIXW Or LIQUOR CAX.BZ ttAJTCTACtratO IO* IS TO $

CANCIR of the nose and rye. My nose was 50 cza-Ts pta -
.- MERCHANT TAItOB,. HA YING purchased the iutere ofMr.Taoa all entirely gone before I visited the Doctor beside A thufs Airtight 4 N OUTLAY of$2 mfll foraVh the apparatus for LIVER PILLS. .

*Better in Reify; Mate Ctatfefo and RICHAIDBOX. (of the late firm of RICHAKTOOX AWHITAKCS 1 a rery deep ulceration on my cheek and about my 1NS. fa pracrving FrtA FruiU and TomaU J\. converting Whiskey sad Water into the strong
,) Hre tender to cnr friends and the public eye. I am happy and proud to say that Dr. Mosely tottjor Winter Ut. This article so exteneiveIT eat Vinegar in 36 hours, it a cost of two to three cents Tw t'ft b..Pi.iiitvm*.ot1

) fcenttemea'* Forabfciflg Goods. our nervices in the Storing, Buying. Selling,Receiving did relieve mf. and baa it not been for my having to ue1 in the East and Northern SUtea Int season, per gallon.

and Forwarding of Cotton and Merrhandite. expose tnrtelf to very extreme cold, bad weather. I willbe introduced to the citizens of Tallahassee and The only vessels neeessary for trat purpose are They arc not
I rtswo&ilysSPRING To our friends and patrons we return our siocero do believe that I would have had no return of thtidieas surrVunding country by the undersigned who has roj Wine of hintey barrels. Tbe'suUtances with which recommended -

thanks, for the patronage heretofore extended r*. and I visited the Dootor a second time and lie thcexelnsive! right to manufacture In this vincinity for they are filled for the. purpose of making Vinegar,
; AND SUMMER ] hope by our attention to their interests, in future to relieved me again, and *o f.ir as lie various icport* tbecomingW n. It U only notary to call and can be found in any of the forests of Amenex. as Universal V

merit a continuance of th aam.P. about the Doctor* injuring or tailing to relieve me, j exiniine thcw article smd the recommendations oftbe Persons ithoat the sl-ghtest knowledge of this biwinew
I .'CLOTHSANDCASSIMERES. K. BAILLIE, FLETCHER WHITAKER. they are positively fal W. As regards Dr. Moseley's I persons who have used them to be convinced that ) are led imperceptibly into the process of manufacture Cure-alls, but simply for -

New Port, Fla_ July lt, 1856. skill in the 7Vwfwrwf of Cancers, I know of Priyftician i and economical article
AM receiving extensive assortment of V no thCT are the be't, most simpk- which ia by no means complicated.
I Cloths ttfrar Casaimeren an d'Ete, White in the world that I would sooner rely on thin j fvrthe purpose ever offered to th<- public. They can This work 5 i' to be found at so. 60 Camp street what their name pur.
Vrtting ,
.4 Brown awl Liaens White Drip and Figured Mar 53?" Having disptwd; of inr interest ia the lt<> him A* a SURG KONand PHYSICIAN,he I is equal be used by the most unskilful person, without the i awl nt the book store,No. 46 St. Chnrles street, oppo
eeille.allofwiicbl Fancy to make firm of Rkh.trdsonVHtaker, to Mewrs. Baillie A to any in the Southern States ; and I am happy to I slightest risk of failure. ] site the St. Charles Hotel. Price $2 per Ci.ny. Thai

most am fashionable prepared and on upon Whitaker. would tender my thanks ta my friends and MV that I found him to be a perfect gentleman and j 35" Purchaser are supplied with! n circniir conI amount (two dollars) can be rent per mail in goldi ports.The
the rea-
short notice in styles ,r patrons for their former kindness, and confidently recommend Philanthropist and advise all persons afflicted wW. j t tanning full anti reliable directions for putt tug u p fruit sand and the work sent per return mail purchaser must enclose VERMIFUGE for

i souble terns.c : to their fkvour and support my Miweswis Cancer to visit the DOCTOR as eoon n possible! and i l tomatoes in these Cai ., placing the whole proems i 20 cents in stamps to pre pay and Register the ,

ALSO inbmincs*. T. J.M. RICHARDSON. ; have their health restored. RANSOM COOPER. conveniently within the reach of every housekeeper, j Book. Aih.lres expelling Worms from

A WEtLSELECTtT) STOCK OF ;July 26,1S5C. SOTHOMAS Rome. Anciwl SOth, lSf-5. i A large supply of these s s will be constantly kept I HENRY WALTER & CO., Publishers.
tSJT* Mr. Ransom Cooper unied the above in mvpresence. in'store. Persons wishing to supply themselves*honld j jI New Orleans La. the human
READY-MADE MITETJVTAXCFACTDRER \ THOMAS PERRY, Foal Master. apply imniediatelv.. as the fruit season : near at hand. Ic-. The gtvat value of tl.N work has been mill system, ,
_I Ooosistin'; in mrt of Caditnerctte Frock and Sack, Rome, August SOth, 1855. I! All C.tns sold are nae' by the underiiirned nndwar-I (uCflttV pro.*ed by its adoption as a text book by the also been

Fancy Colored Frock and Sack. lrap JEte Frock, Copper and Sheet Iron ranted safe. WM. P SLLSSER. various liquor manufacturers of the city of New"York administered V

Sack and Buwnes. Alpcpa Sack and Business.d'Et'and White Ware and denier in all kinds of Plain and Fan AuTul,Casc of Cancer Cured. f May 81. I88. 22 RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE PRESS. with the
Brown and Linen Costs. Black D.ap most
Fancy Tin Wares takes in the eitiin THIS is that Cob S. H. V satisfactory
Summer Cawimere Pants White and Fancy Linen cy pleasure informing to cvrtify Harris of Crawf I This work will be loVnd to su} ply the dealer in h
I Tallahassee and the surrounding country, that he is >rd county, camcto me in iheyear 1S51 wish a Cancer Piano Fortes.
# and teacher and
W results
Pants. White and Fancy Marseilles Vests. Fancy quo ., wine, vinegar, t to wait all that wish to hia chin of fourteen
now prepared on patronize en years standing chin- intricate
Silk Vests.ShirtOUars, Cravats. Undershirts. amid all the varied au'J processess of
..,. P1L u him in his line of bu ine3*. He also tenders his thanks houe and nalival glands bad all become very much \TE arc prepared to fnmih PianoFortes | guide
Drawer, Gloves Hosiery. tie. pRAETORIUS to bis friends, and the public e'enerally for the very diseased and constitution nearly ruined. Mr. Harris of the very best quality, i this business.-.M0. Pifayunf. to boot subject to Worms.
JOHN It were a work of supererogation prawe a
liberal patronage with which he has heretofore been had been under the treatment of eminent upon the most liberal terms. j
\ \ April 19, 1S46. 1* I| voted, and he hopes that a continuation of the same phvsicians and among them was the great Dr. Shepanl. I These are second'to none in any country either .s of remarkable Mor.s. LacourV for completeness writiivj. The and volon.the .*before xnct practical ns is The LIVER PILLS, for'the

will be ranted him. of Charleston and also, the celebrated Dr. Marshall to quality or pritv. I
I He will con.tsntl keep on hand a fall supply of all of Macon. who treated hi' case twice without I Every Instrument TV ill be warranted. directfcu" which it give Old mannfaciT will cure of LIVER COMPLAINT -
find all of the old modes entirely iupersedeu. The
: I sorts of Ware usually kept in an establishment of his removing the disease. He finally went to Dr. Mar MILES NASH & CO.
cf tie old formulas would the Dfolly"
line of businfs A full assortment ofSheet Iron shall. a he informed me, the third time, and he refused Febru.irv23.1856.' 8 I iwe appear &s aL" all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS

in the of the new irf -
presence ones suggested ,
i Sheet Lead; Ix-ad Pipea; Sheet Zinc. Cistern Pumps, to do anything more for him. Soon after that time V
work. of the
this One principal be
j jand a great many other articles too numerous to men Mr. Harris heard of the many wonderful cures that I c-LliaiI1e. objects appears to SICK HEADACHE
to avoid, ns far ns possible the use apparatus or -
tion.i had made and visited me at Griffin as a last resort. I ,
received 61W Orxcts Quinine, expensive (to the operator)appliance* of any kind in
NOTICE i V TO BUILDERS. I commenced treating las case, and in six weeks the JUST Slllpll &C.D !
the manufacture of liquors, tc.-AVw Yutk Time
Brand, together a great variety i iof
Cancer all removed and the healed. ,
was ore nearly
and Tin
Tm Conducting
Guttering, Copper
Chemical. AMES A LIVELY. This volume contait.i the art of preparing and put
OFWithdrawal 1 i.c, all of which he promirsa to do in the most This ease w.is seen and witneceed by more than five pure ;
Aprils. I860. H ting up the whole Hat of drinkable*, from a choice pip. Purchasers will please
hundred I have the Cancer in
inFLORIDAALDALABAMA work-man-like manner and style, and of the best mnterial persons. now my possession V _V V_ of Otard Dupuy, of the vintrpe of 1796, toa siqipUpud -
of Lands on shortest notice and most reasonable terms ,and any person can see it b\ calling at my of Olive Oil. economical manner of making cider without
apples be to ask for
Having been engaged f'r the last eight in j j ficc. in In Griffin. Thin c< se \\ as witnessed bv particular
years by fermentation. A friend has the
SUPERIOR article for Table ue. Ji.t re applied recipe
THOMAS JONES of Oriffic.
business at this place he thinks it unnecessary to recommend j A for converting 23 gallon* of into 40
Dr. J. D. MARTIN ccivedby AMES A-LIVELY. whiskey gal Dr. C. McLane's Celebrated

.-,.. hi.cselfanv farther to the public as regards j 5. 23S6. 14 Ions with the most satisfactory results. Tbs Utter
hi* capabilities as a rjeehani but at the same time he j i E. W. WILSON does not amount of intoxicating
of the net entitled An set granting i quality posses an equal -
puwuance I VERMIFUGE
IN public land, ia alternate !sections to the States of assures all that favor him with a call good work and i I do certify, tint my.elf. and many others of tbia Flower Jars. properties to the former, though the 40 gallons I
Florida and Alabama to aid ia the construction of chenp prieee. ;' as of a much finer color, tatte, and odor vVcrw York
Having removed from tno old *t nd formerly known place were eye witnesses to the above stated case, A LARGE assortment of Flower Jars, various Si" Jlrehaaie.Ths LIVER PILLS prepared by
certain railroada! in said States approved 17th May,
sn Whitei Sluwer he will be found at bia st'r.nd and that Mr. Harris left pcrfectlr well. rei. Jn4t received and for sale byAMES&LIVELY. ,
1855. nil the Uixh hng witbia fifteen miles on each CTt t "A. H. much talked of book i is at hand. It contains a .
ner of 200 foot street, where be will be g\nd\ to wait |, HATrON.Grif. V V
of information that is
railroads! and braaeli named iasailact. maps perfectly astonishing, and
side of the fallowing *
May. 11. 1SZ-2. April .>, 1P3 1-1
all l.is frionds. THOMAS WHITE.
on could only ve'bcen from actual observation XoS
tovit: From St. J .tn's river at JacksonTille. acquired !
p t-> the *?aters of ECAsbi* bay. near Pt-rsacols; Dec 11855. 4SNEW Hides Wanted. i Ifou wWi to see ingenuity applied, look in a copy of o
To the Afflicted of all Coildilions.I .
from Amelia IsUni. 'n the AtUniic to the waters cf Labour on Liquor. Practicability appears to have been
GOODS. do thit I mipt horribly afflicted with b1I BEEF HIDES Wanted for which the the of the author. No SOLE PROPRIETORS Pittsburgh
Tampa b.ir. tri'h a raseh :o C 'lar Key, 03 the ; certify wa .jUu'i' design delays are necessary to ,
Gulf of Mexisxft: the Tampa My prtion south a Cancer on my upper lip liiei caused ne pain in highest price wid be paid. Also Deer ascertain the results of.'in application of a recipe.W .-
-- of Its B'jrii'b! the Cedar Key branch ;) p.nd from %TOWLE & MYERS !i dtfscnbable. After trvirg the skill of itll the mr> t and Otter -ikins. DAVID C.WILSONTall.Lha'see J -> s{>eak from actual r-b'prvntjogL..Phj/; Pa. and take nq

Pen'i/'ola T" i. tc> M-Mj'zoTJery. A'-barci. bsvc.bv new receivi-i by recent f eminent Physicians that I could heir of. and that September 2'J, 135. ) Thin work will revolutionize the present style of
VRT3 without relief. I ace case as hopeless, r.n J, a-s -- tnanuf.icturing liqiiorc. Nf York Hi raid. other there
:3truc* -"i sile in 3 l 1jtfli1. urMl L.a abcrrjer -, JonaMe awl vrell selccV-d stock of I thought, with death aiming me in the f.ce. But for i A, B. CLARKE, lAcour'a book tor instructing in the art of making

Given i.n'fr! jsn- h.-i'l ttthe General LandOfS eat Watches mid Jcivoliy! lunate-v for ru\ I hoard cf Dr. W. R. Moseley's greatsacccs"m i MERCHANT TAILOR and l-ot'lir.g effurvMeifig tercpcrance beverages hqiinr other preparations now
the City of asL.cgt4in; tli* twenty third the treatment of this disease, and as a la">t -*, win'- and pure vinegar for tbe table, tbuuld be
.' day fMiy, 1S6. Consisting of cecllc-nea's go d hunting levtrs. ]adie' > resort, I placed myself under hi* treatment: and inono DKALKR: i.RKVHY MAUR CLOTHINO ..AMGENTLEMEN'S > in the mantis of ctery l.ou-'i.keeper in the couritrv. before the public -

THOS. A. HENDRICKS, Commistiontr. gold lever silver lever hun'ing. anchor lepine and month from the time he commened, I was perfectly FURNISHIM; GOODS."VTOW ; The copuicLts forbidr we would give our readers purporting
qcartier Watches ; Cameo, Mosaic, Coral and all gold sound and have been since. I thi-j of the
JUT ;. If5t. a S3 su ever morning some nost valuable recipes that be
bosom pins and earrings necklaces, gold and jet eros ELIZABETH JINKS. receiving at the well known old stand formerly ever nrrarediu in print. How so much information can to Vermifuge

Notice *cs, bosom pins aad lockets for hair and dajuerreotypea ; Butts County, G.*., Mar27, iS tO. j[ i\ occupied by Clark A Stillman. a general be given for two doll.irs is the moat astonishing feature I'
Gil and Lair bract-lets a large* 'oitment of j sortmentf f Supuiior Ready Ma'Je Clothing. Furuishi and Liver Pills. All
mrotts'iikrdate, TT Trill present oir account*, ; ; as coMietUd with the .ik.-V.w York T met. .
SIX fine plain, diamond,juby. pearl and met. and i Good Clo'b CaMirnercs: Veatings, fcc., cou-
To-ucLf dc, to the Hon. Judce of Probate cf g ooyx Horrible Case of Cancer Cured j LvtotK ov LiQfoE.-Tliis IB the most complete I
la-nit'! County, f>r a fisal 'ettlerrcnt c.fth estate cornelian fic er rings ; gentlenjcn's diamond its ; I j pocd in part of the following articles : work on th* manufacture of liquors that wo ever met others, .in comparison
sleeve brt: on,, plain, cameo and cornelian a BY DIl. W. R. MOSCLEY M. D. Fine Black Dres Frock Coat
cf StefheiJ Kersii late of saii County .Hecesfied, and ccyx ; with; it contain an ii-.rr.f nse nurr.l er of formulas for
is_s t j 'tie ulttarc-d! 2 s Usc'llojs f*%5J cst&te. j est vant-tv ff t'a. fin gcdd, ve 't. fi>b vl l guard T I do certify th-t I was for manr ycar bodily nffl- I BVk! -vn.l CnI'd Singlu Breasted F.-or!; and maki'-g evely variety of'uirs.winea.cordials! bitters, I Ifyrups. with Dr. McLANE's, are

'JAMES GILL. ,I ,... chains: seal?, key, coW ano iver pen and peLCil case ted with C.incf r>n my Lip rui.l (Chin. I tried all the i ur.nea Coat4. ii.egnr. itc Ti! wi rk i is published by sobpcription {
WILLIAM BAS3ET.LXt) ". *", ai d er.ld silver aijJ steel spectacle", gold r.nd fiver !- rerrcci >s I could hiar of, but found no relief.! I finally Fancy. Cassin cr? do. !do. do | ; th sub-crikrs i are dealers and importers of- | worthless.
thinabics. heard of W. R. M'ii-levs in the I5sck! and Colored Cloth Overcoats .
7 Dr. great success ,
Feb. M. 1E5'C. liquors in this city. 1 lit* alone! would speak more in 1 1tnvor
Fine Cutlery awl Guns. tiestmtDt c-f Caner atlectiori', and viiited him ut i llack? Doe'kin Pant. rf the re'i-i*>ilitv of iLe work than could be olhcrwUe \ The GENUINE McLane's

500 Boxes ffiullins Tobacco Dinner and brcckfast 'kaive, without f.rk krivrs Grifri'i, and in the course of ix weeks he had the Can- '! Fancy ami Cold Cus imere Pant-", said.-A'. 0. Lidta. \
_ ccrail removed. I would advise all that arc afflicted .- Black and Fancy Silk Vests,
and forks in sets, and >l tine 1S5C. 9-Cm j and Liver
carvers Ri jingV, MarchJ.

pocket Vermifuge
rTX) be icctivc-l during the mor.lhs cf Sertember with the disease, to viit him and have their health I Fancy Velvet dr>. _
E JL and Otbr nest, 4 or 500 Boxes of Muin"! ? as- cutlerv. hesre. sci Ti and razor" ; fii c d"ubebarrelled'laminatedsteel restored. He is, beyond all kind cf doubt, the most I Iskilfcl do.Cftss. do. Cashmeres, Quit; Drinking Poisonous Liquors !

i.rtci T-tHcco. At a price !<*s than wo be purchsiseda nnd tub twist gur. ct-m- Cancer doctor in the Southern Stat": '! White M.ir<=ailUs di,. I). B. V LACOUR'S PATENT IMPROVED PROCESS Pills can flow be V had at
Kh"t of various fiut- and
: Nc Yrk cr any other Nurtiiem mrk ;t. Mar.riavc rna g'iDs p"U-.h-s patterns Cherokee Co, Go.; EMANUEL DOMINOAS.Ilr. -ALSO- I
I tried it seasons befoie ra-l expressed tbeseroi! ejrrmoa: powder flasks clean"n ro-Jn. Ely's raps aid RE>CE. -D.-.J. D. Martin, GiifEn, On. ; Dr.J. A fine aaortrncntofShirt3C.hiar.!! C'ravati". Black, For makirg all kinds of all respectable Drug

efciJ rH of the fsct. M others da the s.ne. To tho tvndi, wad: c'Jtter, and materials for guu niith Y. M. Pucket, Harris county, Tczas ; Grcer Biohop, White} an I Colored, Kid and Silk (Gl.ve, self adjusting Liquors and Vim-gar,

4 -trade particclirly I refer. lime givtn on Lots. Silver and I'lafcdVaic.. G tiffin, Ga. Stocks Cotton arid Merino L'ntIer-9hirt*, Jean". TNSTANTLY. by the use of Lacours Essential Stores.

D. LADD. 5iiver table! desert and tea spocic8. Mlv r f rks. --iupan1 Da-atrs. Brown, Fancy. Cotton, an l Lisle Thread \ JL Oil'.

"! e.ri JIT!.. fi.Circular;. crram lade! battf-r p.ni pickle knivec. p'ntcdfoiki Sciri-hatti' Creaslaii !>;; Cun'tl. IW-\ White nr.-l h Colored Cambric H.mdkerchiefe, all Thrse Oils are obtained by Distillation theChcciivVil FLEMING BRO'S,

aad ej-o'.ns wniters. casters, cake and fruit bas- of wiiicli ate olfered to the public on rcaK-nal l<> terms Laboratory (pnri-h Jefferwio) of Pierre Lacour,
60 WOOD Sx PrrrsBUKan P.t.i
Sav/ Mill Agency. Author Lnoour' Chemical I ? ,, ,
ktts. electro pitted ba *e!'. and communionrvice.. and warranted afi g.o.I a% ofTered in tii4! Marke'.- Anaivns. Lacour's Chemsil -
IPnE ondersuiiVfl is* the rncv f f i the f.le f lUttet.ugar.. ai 1 orcaia dl'-hes ch.iiilx-r: an.1 p.'irlorcauulertitk Iv Ifl(rev t> ll.e JifllH"d. at.d gratitude anti high C.-l; and! kxtTuine.I M.in'pulati'-n' I/iccur on the Manufacture ofLiq'lfr' Sole Proprietor

i '\1V. Herrick's Improved Cin'iilar! Saw Mifl ." *. !salt CliiT. b -,- a'. .toIitr4: : of three sizes for 42. 48 a-tl 52 or 3 1 inch flower basket*, and brittarnia ware.ITIijircllaneoim ( nnd] l'hvscitn. I (!<:cr.i it my duly toinenti'.n the case I! V V_ OIL OF COONC, converts neutral V SCO'V'1L&3IEA!.

s $. 'Eiesc Circulars nr decidedly; the best in KS**, Article V of mv wife 1 l'-.pig at tho .";.triie time thr.t all: p rs'-ns (i Jusejih} J. William ) In L on Circuit C.url. piiil to a '1Y7't-lf'r imitatii-n < f Imported Brandies y lit Charters New Orleans
bAiLZ ..veraI improrfmnts over the Pn e" or soy Eimifarly siiliotcd may be hfiietiltcd by it. In the |j V-". '- Kill hVr D.vorce. MZ: Otard, Sarzer., Mar-tt, Cognac, Poultoey. S.4gI I General! Wholesale ageat frr the Southern Status, ti>
.j 4 V LadSrs 'eticulcs. sal bf K, x >ik boxes, ppail. n(-illnijecklaeF. whom all orJeis must be addressed.
first '.n't of jl.H ear. mv n i'V had' sevraiahi! lumps \ rttee Unit,-d Vineivard retit
-r T.&J 4L 1Wfl. 2.fai uI oiii'ru,-r ill s.t*. inuts u.* ";1C Drc.lit1 t'eeaiea UUr, :J1i:3ra9;: -._ w. UJ .. V .. a-.. a
DANIEL L..DD.Nper. and J>"H>III pine napkin rir. ,. Fiair and tootlibrufhcs. .iisei"i nrr. : nd vry painful. I *-ar.-J thlaid } < t I n lavit. t-t! tie De-A-ndant I?!<-V Wilhiorin.. sides ty ii.trr, and n autiful sparkling color. Common I N *h A Co., TallahaoeV Flo. ; J. S. 3!. Davison

FJ'i vctn ci Z. i"j. 4 1 bat rivra.. hell. ba.T.do, iuiia rubber ad 1 V b.1st ruedic4t "ii tlio cit\ ; Itnnic a pr:i- lUctir.td WLiokey will be changed, by the use of the Quincy; Gardner t Mills. Newport ; W. T. Carpenter
ivory comb chi-n an J wjtx doHn. razor ultop tn-1 i l-t!..tant r.f ilia fitae 1 Florida Oil of Cognac, to New York t Co, Waulceenab b Madiscn.Palmtr
6Un ling the- ear.e..t atil 1 ftithfu.! attf-nii.-n of the most iI It 'n. on motion, orileied Brandy, Pine Apple ; Mosely Pop .
money bolt"! rusr. cases, feather d' s'eis pador and that the defendant I llrandy. c-mvi.* n C. Brandy A Bro Mor.ticello. S."PVie
Corn and Cob Crusher. bkiif'il phytic'i.11.3. th'c"intiriii giov
d>or !bell Lobctr.i n gbo and china v.vi atl'J Has wor e, until t tlay gave the c.u'> : s ii.<-uiabl. an, 1 1alvistd th-uilr. arj--Acr or pK-ail to ilic faid Bill in the C'ok'sI'Clce LACOl'R'S OIL OP RYE changes common Rat Rrgtrs i Co. Chat'al.o: xl:
a I RANGEIv'S pitrat G-rn and C- b Crua'-cr.' I kfcta. terra et: tV vacs aod pitcltrs. perfume bottles, : nn.j i-trititiii. I was : 'i\14.-d tip bv many of nv ..f the C ii'uit Court of Lei n, on or Ijt-fcre the ified Wli, kv to Mononjfahela Rye Whiskey old VirI i on. M nanna ; NichoKtn 4 Z i
hnve taten tbe Ajc-icy fur the sale of these si: j jewel C&sVCelltre ptr.-ion and *:Je lamp*, l l.iwp intudtn .V..t t DR W. R. MOSii.iY"of: Giirfin, (C'l". flint M n
a ptr.(.r C'lb Crushc-is. uiKq-ialed it is t-itdtoanyin shades, chimncyti and wicks.i'>]\\i& and bows uitnrt*. nhic' I did, .nd. a'U-nihhin; a it miy eni. hi h
t the Co ntry. A ivck of thttc Crusheis. Trill *j-i on banjos, tambourines, acccriltou. clarioneti, flutes raid entirely eure
kiwi early tWt coming FalL Prices vry low. c.ntllcrir. fifes, guitar and MOU'U string fine cologne au.j other V in ffi>f>Jltfullh : .' I would 3 I rrc2t saviaj in feed. $45 55 |85 csv'i perfumery, and a general .rlmcnt of To; i.Watcbw with Scirrhu and Caiwroiu aflV-cti"iis to visit the f reioi.s to the said first Muuday in October I i- OIL OF PEACH chain.??common Whi.key to Vircit.ii i .

for ibete sizes. Prices uniforn tbr"dfihout the entntv.I and jewelry repaired promptly- and in the Doctor without delay, a* I arn sjlijfic-1 liy cxptMT.ce Done and pa sed at Chambers July jsf t. ISo*'. Peach Brady. Ac. Od Peach and Oil of Cognac 'T HE'Untlersigned have formed

For further particulars call and (uminc fur couraelyd best manner. | and ohsTvatit-n that he i is the n!'',t skillful phvie an .,. WAYJ S BAKER, JBJz*. will convert common hNfc-y to Applt-Brandv. -V JL a co-partnership for the purI -

? sj BOOS a & stock for a temple arrives. Oetthr2O.l55 --- 42 in the Southern States, m the Ireatmct.t of that h->rriblo G K. WALKER, and OIL OF (UN convert* the poorest Whiskey to Hoi I pose of carrying on the Blacksmithing -
I). LADD. Notice to Contractors. disease- DW.. OWYNX, land Gi'i. St-bcidam Schnapps, Rose Gin, Swan Gin Business in all its various,branches. Psrticnlar -
-. \1erprt. Juy5.! 1656. 27A Caocrr.WILLIAM MITChELL, Solicitors fr d-mpl't. England Gin. &eLACOURS Attention is given to Carnage and Sprint Work

Ornct or STATE Ex&iNnn. BCEXAVISTA.P. 'IOL&Nciz ) 1, ."LLJirLI July 5, 16ut 27-3m V CONCENTRATED ACID wfll.infiv and to hying Axles of all kinds of Vehicles. The

Homestead for 310 I1LL O, ST.JOHNS itlVEK, FiX, [( Dariger i-f.J. W Il adbuiy, Rome, Gn.Ro3io hours afur being luved. change five gallon.* of good shop is convenient to'th' Livery Stable of P. R Bro-

AUGUST 20TH? Ib55. J .S ? Ga., October 25, 1S54. Executor's Notice. Vinegar and twenty-five gallons of water, to thirty knw. and special attention given to horse shoeing._
$310:000 Worth of Parias and Building SEALED PROPOSALS will he received nt tLu gallon of the most sci.l Vinegar that can be found in Farming implements of everv description done to order.
the 20th of f. months after date, we will prceent oracc'-'unite the inarieK By tie of *
day August, 1856 .r con- V SIX 1e Lacour* Concentrated Acid P. B. EROKAW,
LOTS V struetiug a Canal, with it* nrceesary appendages, A. c ? voucher ff. the Hen .I.uIe of Pri-bate f..r Vinegar can be made for one dollar and sixty cents ;m. B. FITTS.

T"N the G>4 1 Region of Cupc-r! Co, Tirginui.fo be mr-b ft* Lift; Locks, Guard Locks. Basins,
_ JL divided amoi>c,t 1Q,2"0 subscribers on the ]?th Like Harney on the S. Johns to Indian River a dis. ol I DR. MOSELEY'S service will find him athi. ap1dy; ] to he discharged,from the cxeiutvr&bip of Oscar FOR MAKING LIQUORS. Laeour's Oil's reqnira

of ptetnbtr.. 1S58, frir the benefit of Port Royal Female tance <>f thirteen miles,3.410 feet ; authorized by the INFIRMARY, BROADWAY, GRIFFLV,GEORGIA. Fillvatv* deceased. no preparation-only pouring the Oil into the Whiskey Notice.S .
I Academy. SubecriptioLS OSLT irs DOLLAKIIEACU, General Assembly, of the State of Florida at iU ce-- OWEN L. A JAMES! A. FILLYAW, Eslor's. and thake wed. The Liquids thus made will haves -

; one half! d<> it. the rest t.n the delivery of tn< DELI i sion of lS54-3"by An Act entitled An Act provide Patients boarded at ?1 per day. or ?I8 p I Every subscriber will jrtt a Daildic? Let n before umlf rI ful tran-parfnt color and a fine bead. Laconr's Oil trix. of the Estate of R. E. Gibaon. deceased will

e rangmg in value from 810 to t25.'K)0. These Farms in this State. I taken. No case will be received into thi4 establish- Notice. exert three dwlinct properties in converting common present her accounts and vouchers (o the Hon. Jade

I end Lots art sold i o cheap t-i induce >ettlement a Proposals will specify the cn 1 i sufEcieiit number being re rrve
I value of whkh will comper. te fur the apparent low pigments are to be made, whether in lands or moneys. j invariably be charged 5. for cxaminialion and aavice. and a 'ply for a final discharge from the adruinistra ticks the whi'le of the g-ain oil (Amylic Alcohol)-. of said estate.
I price i ow :Vcd. Ample st-curity will be given fcr 1 or portions cf each. Mans Profiles and estimates can All letter*, to entitle them to notice, must inclose tion of the estate of Nathen ilolt. decespd. i The whiskey is :bus deprived of that peculiar irritating FLORIDA A. F. GIBSON, Admft

4 the faithful perfyrmanc* cf contracts and promise V be MPfl at this office, and any infI'rmatiol)obtained by I a "stamp" for the payment of postage and be directed PATRICK SMITH Admfr. !{| and burn ng taste, and becomes a neutral spirit ? April ?S, 1856:. 16-Sa

J3" MTC Age* ts are wonted to obtain subscribers.To addres iug the undersigned at "Orange Mill Pmt Of t to W. IL MOSELEY, M. D, May 3, 1856. IS i the sec-md property consists in an oily mucilaginous
q wb.im the m
I Some Agrtits wnic ihat they arc making *iOo per j be received for constructing a Rail Road over the i Fcbiusry 23. 1SC. ly-8. Town Property for Sale. 'I end imparts an appearance of great age ; the third

4 mouth. Advertising will be dime for every Agent i same ground. F. L. DANCY, I property is exhibited in the rich, vinous, nutty odor DR. T. J.tURLEE
where powiible. For full jarticulars. Subscriptions, j; State Engineer. State of Florida. j I Most Approvcd'Corn Mill in Use. TMIE under-ign offlra at private sale, the follow. I that is imparted to the Liquor, which renders distinc- ,

.; Agencies Ac, apply to E. BAUDER. Auguf.tSI.1855 35-Iy 1 AA OF the most approved LANIER CORN d l-erib4'.l property, known as the Jrais LoU, 1 loin from the Genuine Brands impossible. Practici-og Dentist ,

-.. Port Rovol." Caroline, Co., Va.JulyS. I JLUU MILLS for sale by the Suhsciiber. These vie : Lots Sna. S, 25.-27, to, 48, 140, 141. 142. 143. 1 J3?' These Oil"! a re put np in quart bottles, each

1S5 6. 27Administrators ; Burning FluidOF j Mills have been for some time in use through this re I 144. 226( 227. 235, 2SU.240) 241, 242, 243, 244 245. ;I bottle contains sufficient Oil for making 300 gallons of TN THOMASVILLE. GA, and MOTICELL
and MADISON. FLA and th&r and
gion and lower part of Georgia, and give perfect hat j 248,246,,256,237.258, 263, .all j liquor. Full and comprehensive directions respective
: Notice a superior Quality, Just received r.nd forealc"1 isfaction, grinding with ease -10 bufebels and the riee t in the original plan of the city ofTallahaaaec. j the bottle Price $2 per bottle. accompany adjacent counties. He inserts nor Bomber of Artifiauil -

by AMES LIVELY. l in the day, with lets than the ordinary gin power ap- f -ALSO- 1 %&"' One bottle of these Oil (five in number) will Teeth, from ONE to a FULL Kit. on the latest
I rnon SIX up Lots Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, S, 6, 7, in : lading) which
.. vouchers to the Hoy. Judg* cf Probate fvr j and every one warranted to give perfect atifactinn.I i County qr.Ai.SO j free of charge, to any part of the country, the appearance Approaches -Natore to nearly
Leon County tu tic administraU/r oi the estate of JL A. W. DAVIS, D. D. S. 1 Call and examine them nt I). LADD'S. i iXs. receipt of $I 10, to the address of upon as to challenge detection by the closest observer.

I, S. Hay ward deceased, and ass: for n final discharge I RESIDENT OFFICE TALLAHASSE. FLA. April 21. 185. IB Lot4. 4. 12, 13. 15, 1G, 22, 25. 39, 40, 43. 61 I P. LACOUR. New Orleans. Person needing Dentil operation* on their NATURAL -
Teeth and wish him
from eaUadruiniM ration. t'2in the South i County March 1. 156. 9-6ra to perform them, can by
4 THOMAS HAYWARD, Adrar. : Important Improvement in Artistic MILES NASH &, CO. The above described property quarter. formerly belonged apply tDgsoo.v, have them done at tbe ToIIoiriog prices

- July 2G, 1859. ZfitmExecutor's I Dentistry, Dealers in Drugs, Medicines &c. to ffov. Brown.- For further information and terms, whkh will U found to MUCH lower than bas ever
; I which the face is restored to its original contour, which will be liberal,apply lo A. Perry Amaker, Esq, UNIVERSITY OF NASHVILLE. betn offered io this section -country beibr, to-wit :
I BY received from New York bark R. H. Gamtf For teeth
with Gold
filling Toil.
SI 00.$1 SO. IS COami
Notice. and with it the lose of the teeth supplied BO n Attorney at Law, Tullnhasspe.
to elude detection. of this hue, a general assoitmcnt of articles in our line, MedicalDepartment. |2 60, varying according to na of canty and
"Vf L OTICC u bcrrby given U* nil persons holding Samples improvement may huch as Oils of almost every kind Burning Floiu, MANNING. _, amount material used; Extrmctiof teeth,in omc.
bo also inserted Until sold
the above
seen will I
:: JLA vL4jni l demand tho ; temporary sets on White Lead, Zinc and other Window propcity' be for rent
w ( against f t-sUte of New- paints. Glass of only 60 cents-ont of office, f 1.
-I t1aIi ifrIir Hi, late of Gad den county deceased, to I Giifia Purctin, best quality. Pi.ltv. Brushes Potash, Soda, Sparkling A. PERRY AMAKER. rFHE SIXTH ANNUAL COURSE or LEC- I His mcx for a full upper or lo-wrr mitt of teeth onrmz.

I jrva.ist them legally authenticated uithin tie time In n few hours, so that perso g having teeth re- j GelaliiittLondon Mustard, French Brandy (very bent,) ___February__ r jii _. ..10.- ; 1866. ,7tILiver __ i JL TURES in this Institution will commence on (with CONTI VOUS GD1L3 if necessary.) fc'
j. vcrilJ by law, or this notice will be lead a aiuat.I movedc.m; have a complete substitute immediateh. f..r medicinal purposed, Spices, Popper. l emon'Syrnp, MONDAY, the 3d of November. A full preliminary only $6 per tooth, and ptrfrct sataJJiction guaranteed
-- their.fiad i.etery. E. S. SHEPAKD.ExtV.. ,' Children's teeth extracted, and advice given to parent Inks Quinine, Peruvian Baik Fluid Extract Burhu, Cod Oil. course (ice to all students, will be given by the Pro in ertry instance.

4 in regard to the management and treatment of the Ac., .to., and a general assortment of Popular Patent FRESH
S Jane 21. 1856. 25 teeth gratis. All operations warranted to suit the most i ifastidious. Medic net>. Wo keep none but the very best and Claik t Co,
Will practice in the principal towns hope to merit your patronage. For sale! by AMES A; LIVELY Anatomy $10 Graduation Fee |25. For Catalogue can upon application by letter to either of tbe above

Notice.2t&.tcfFk'rida. I throughout the State. References: the Faculty of MILES NASH, A CO. Aprils, 1856. 14 and Announcement apply to named Post Offices,or etbenrise.recm* prompt attentloo.

t the Ohio College of Dental Surgery, and those who _Marfh 29. 1856. 18 PAUL F. EVE, M. D, .

__) County of Hamilton f be is daily operating for. V Wines, Syrups, &c Dean of the Faculty.
Notice a El ZR
4 LL indebted to the fctthte of Allen G. April 26. 1856. 17
persons Cider
Sparkling ,
_ A Johnson late of Hamilton county, deceased are ALL persons having demands ngainbt tic Cbtule o OLD Port, Old Port Juice, Undergraduate Department. JODOS COLE, Maoon,.Georgia.Hojr.J. .

-q requested to make immediate payment, tnd tho e Insolvent Estate.Notice B. Bull, late of Leon county, deceabed Madeira, Brandy Chenies, (WESTERN MILITARY INSTITUTE.) JCDQX. L. 8rwAa, ) -
baring df maadi tgtintt eaid estate will present them will take notice that they must present them to trm Sardines LOTX. )VThoeoutfil*. Ot.J. .
of Sherry ,
Stfrte Florida ) '
I. in the time prescribe by law.JiATH'L.. undersigned, or to Mpysu. Aichtr A Papjv, duly Gelatine Pfeseived rpjj} NEXT SESSION of this College will open 8. Wimr, EIQ, ) %.
of Leon Sparkling Quinces "
J3 P. MARION, Ext'r County fALL authenticated, within tho time prescribed by law, <'r Flavoring Extracts Pears JL on MONDAY, September 8tb. The Classical W. 8. DiLwoara, Esq, ) -
1.; June-1,1856.- 25 persons having claims against the Dilate of this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery ; Yeast Powders Tamarinds Course is full an J every.facility is afforded to Students 0. 0.FrrtZsq, 1

Jinkine, late of Leon county, dewWd, and all persona indebted to said estate are hereby notified in Scientific Branches. Preparatory School is attached Mean W.A J. Bmo. f HooticeCo.
i I are hereby notified to present the tame to the Judge to make immediate payment to the undersigned Spanish Corn Starch Olives. Spices, embracing a course of two years. Tbe Military CoL B. K Buxncax. J

Notice. of Probate Loon County, at his office to Tallahassee MARY BULL, Adtr1 Worfteiterabirc, sauce Pickles system w adopted as an effectual means of preserving January 12, 1856. 8

t LI4 pentont having claims against the eetato of on or before the first Monday in December next, August 2. 1850. ai-8w Mustard Salad Oil, good order, economy, regular habits, and active
I .ti. John W. Mann, deceased late of Gadsdea county. for payment pro rata. V STORING-AND SHIPPING BUSINESS Claret English Capers Cocoa bodily exercise. Charges for Tuition, and Boarding, .&te cb Irtro1yTALLAflA8EE -

q aJe hereby notified to pc*eut them to the under- D. W. OWYNN, AMES, LIVELY. $100 per term of 20 weeks. Surgeon's Fee f 5. Engineering FLORIDA.
I rigned Evecutrix within the time pi escribed by law, ] Judge of Probate. AT NLWPORT. French, Spanish German, Drawing BookKeeping -
L or this; notice will be plead in bar of their) recovery, May ?1, 18f8. 21 r PHE undersigned still carries on the above business January 6, 1856. and Fencing, each 110 per term of 20 weeks Wholesale and Retail D al n in

-L in all its Tl.,... .ln.i. .f ..h. M.Aii t'Jt..._ .. _._ t
; and all those indebted sri requested to make payment branches. Buildings well calculated for *" IT WW.WM w. w ww* WAAl cv %4UVCU WIIQ 11 DRUGS AND MtCS ,
r immediately. Notice.SIX despatching wagons. D. LAD Hounds, Jlonnc'ts.I 329 Mafneulant and 36 Graduate, from 13 States
MARY MANN, Extr'x. Newport. September 2, l54. 85 A DIES colored straw Bonnets The Military College closed its first year Nashville, Perfumery. Dyeatofft, Surgical Instraments.
months after date, I will present my accounts I with 154 Matriculants from 8F" Snuff Windows Glass. Paints.
I Jane 7*185*,. 23CmJn Ladies colored straw trimmed Bonnet*, 14 State For Catalogue
vouchers as Administrator, on the estate of plain U and Regulations apply to Oila, Vanishes. Potty Manufactured ToWceo.
Contracts for V
b Hugh O. McLean, to the Hon. E. C. Love, Judge of Trestling. 1 '1 black 14V B. JOHNSON and Glass Ware Patent Medicines.
Fall ,
Court. To Term 1856. SnperintendenL
Leon Circuit Probate. forOa&deo, County,, for a final settlement, Ovnca PEVSACOLA AXD GroEcu.R. R. Co. ) white satin and silk M Nashville, August 2,.1859. 3 1 Fine Soaps Fine Tooth, Pure Winca sad Brandies

I Herring Quinn, } itAcbmcnt for ?268 61100vs. and apply for a discharge therefrom. Tallahassee April 29tb, 1866. j f ;, black (extra size) 4'V and Hair Brashes, for MedScmal,tmrpoMf.
vs. ) amount of Debt sworn toE ALEXANDER E. GREGORY, Admt'r.. are invited for the Ubildrea and Misses straw Paint Brushes, FaocyArtJcIe-, '
R. Willey. and f Bond for f 587 22 000. July 28, 1856. 28-gm PROPOSALS culverts and con .4 ** Hats Notice.X Garden Seeds, V Fiot fcraa* Began.
trcsW ,
V.' WitUn WjlIeyJ f- tling on the line of the Peniacola and Georgia Fc* sale by DAVID 0. WILSON. /X months after date we will present cur accounts They have recently received ,Z&5 enJSflJlyof.YeryZKtyof1fdCh.VU3112UJ /** *

1 aod air others hUr* ted, areb.r.. Notice.QIX Rail Road from (tbe junction with lbs Tallahassee October 13, 1855. 41 L) and vouchers to the Hoo. Judge of Probate of kept by
V TflBtfendtni tb. &bqe enti- V monthsafter daU 1 shall present toy accounts Rail Road.to the Snwannea Rrver. Som of the work Hamilton County, for* a final settlement of the estate druggists. Plnotera aad Phjaidan will aVwaya find

.i.4 : an b.tebj. r quirEl to Touchsrs it&tothe Honorable Jade of Probate of Urequir'dimm diAtely., Th. construction of the rest j .Circular fit Upright S we.TTDE of David Moat, late of said county. .deoeaaed,"V and ask at ded.this and esiablfcAinent on Ut. moat a liberal full supply tenna.,ofeq1ki.nee-
V $PW2T.a ti t dkUoladI. ,Htmirfr'p Cloonty tar A oat lettltraent as adnimirra; may be defarred, to be completed M the graduation : to be discharged as administrators
.V witbin tl re !iaooih from this -d*!*,. irg8irod :.by fee oa tb*.-UU of< Deotils Dogjty&tdLof said of the road progTMMS. For farther particular and for A CO., and Welch & Griffeth Circular Saws EDWIN F. WREDE. tion Orders guafa from t td the rritlb Country promply fiH (ao'
.n\4g.\ 44, 48 tad 52 itch silts, on hand and for V rtgiffa bctV 'fIEdVq.
iq lai'r.' G.Z.WALEEt'4) ,. County- decoazedand auV to p d eebarged from said plans and drafts, apply at this office.E. ELIZABETH MOAT, !
17. PhyMciwii's prescription at1eraW cowfwiarfr-1
sale ij
I; a-r.K f Administration. JAMES W.GEIGER. C. CABELL, PresiJept. 1:; LADD Administrator
V Also
noid tf Dccbu.
NewT'ortNov.8.1855 U March Eptnie comrx-uod
L ju1! Feb. 2, 186. 6 May 10, 1C66. 19 1, 1856. 9-8m Jnn 5, 18018s

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