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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 30, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
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BY JAMES S. JONES. TALLAHASSEE, FLA., AUGUST 30, 1856. VOL. ViiL-NO. 35.

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The Floridian & JournalIs I that no good, sound leason can be offered property, but if he suspect frau i or dishon- ho- endeavored to explain away the obnoxious Walter Gwynn- I JOHN R. LLOYD ,
for such
: SATURDAY any exemption. A man who has es.ty he has the to its being ,
published every by power prevent clause disqualifying( Roman Catholics I u.o'tl.oneerI
five hundred dollar worth: of property is as successful, and can adopt a general rule of his services to persons, wishing to enter .A. :
JAMES S. JONES, EDITOR & PROPBIETOC, I well able to pay eighty cents for its piotec- I valuation for 'slaves and such other property II' fiotn, holding office on account of their relig. OFFERS the U.S. Land Office, by locating Land I r ANDCOMMISSION

At THKEE DOLLARS per annum, in advance. tion as the man who Las five thousand is to !j as vary but little in average value. But as a ious belief, then spoke of the foreign population attention Warrants,to or such otherwise.business He as may will be also intrusted give prompt to him MERCHANT

TERMS OF- pay eight dollars! for the security of the same. I general rule we are not afraid to leave it to I of our country, said that the naturalization in either of the other offices in the Capitol. Chargeswill ,
ADVERTISING. As to the exemption" household furniture each individual to estimate the vaheofhis laws ought to be so amended as to be reasonable corresponding to service per formed TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.

One" square.' of 12 lines, or lees! / first insertion, {-1 00 we have: never yet heard a reason given for own", property. There will be but rare instances I prohibit Being Deputy in the State Land Office, be of course July 19.1856. 29-ly
each subsequent 50 exempting this; why should one man's furniture where would debase I foreigners from voting or holding office will make no charge for business in that Department.May --
and men themselves
Professional Busincs. C.uub inseitcd at 510 per i[ be exempted rather than another man's for so until they had been in the United States 21 17,1856. 20-ly EDWARD M. WEST. ,
annum. I as wilfully a small amouit to depreciate
Advert:setnenta nol maikeJ with the number *f I house ? Both arc equally property and I their own propel t.}'. It will I think years. .4".. Attorney and Counsellor at Law
insertions will be continued until fobid, and charged: equally!! necessary for his business, comfort I he commonly Lund that men are more inclined Col. Baker, after having given the Know To Rheumatics & Others. f
accordingly. I or luxury. Even ifve would I TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
3 Certificates of publication of legal l or opiate j abandon the to overvalue what they have than to Nothing" orAmerican platform his unquali. TO all persons suffering from Rheumatic Complaint i.
notices will not be giveu until the advertising fee i is j I principlo"we would not exempt furniture, for I depreciate! the game. Dean Swift suggested fied recommended we offer a positive rwmedy, in Jay's Stimulating April, 1856. 14
paid. I i this is an article used more for luxury and I that ajax shoulJ be laid on female leautyand approval, it to the peopleby Linimmt. It has been effectual in the 'permanent -
& HOLLAND
FLOYD
t i possessed to vastly greater extent by the leave it to every" lady to estimate the: placing upon it fairly: and squarely"Millard cure of Chronic and Rheumatic diseases.!! Thousands ,
have doubt been rescued from death
I wealthy than by tho poor to whom this part amount of her own charms, having nj fear Fillmore as a candidate for the Presidency by the no use of this great remedy.For an untimely I Attorneys atLaw.,

JFkrfotmt & 01tt1mI.I :I I I of.the tax will scarcely amount to any thing. but that such a tax would prove very piofits-! of the United States. sale by Druggists generally and at "Wl>ole!'ale II 'TILl practice in the Circuit Court of Middle
; \\ e do not believe any rate that: our poo ble. And so we will find men not aptto I Col. Baker referred the and Retail by AMES & LIVELY. Wand West Florida, and in the Supreme Court
/ I very to platform of the of the State. Also in the District Court of the Vai
er citizens desire to be from Tallahassee,May 31, 165 22-ly
j exempt taxatIonI low
place estimate
a what the
on pOs. i .
I - f if Cincinnati Democratic National Convention, ," ted States, in the Northern District of Florida.
they were or On the
ALLAHASSEE : I paupers beggars. R.J. FLOYD, Office Apalacbicola, Fla.
DR. N. G. MCDONALD
f, ,. contrary we really thiiiK! that they do prefer t sess.As to the rate of the tax, we suppo33! that rather sneeringly ; spoke in general terms of D. P. HOLLAND, Office Quincy, 71*.
,, I to pay the small pittance of a tax on the Jit- the members of the Legislature, having no I its imperfections, that it was not sound, that MOXTICELLO, FLA. Dec.22, 1855. 51 j

Saturday, Aug. 30, 185,. :' tie property they' possess and contribute their other interest but the, honor and nece sitie$ I it pondered to the North: ; here, Col. M.\ A. WILL attend vith assiduous care, all cases en- --DR.--MILES- B'. NASH 4 t
mite: to sustain the (iovernment which makes to him. ,
of the state to consult, and being individual
asked him show
Long to
I' them free and equal men. specifically, where- Office adjoining that of Col. Dil worth. OKFSES HIS raOFESSIONAt: SERVICES TO TOX CTTIZEXI: O7
The \draJorrm Tax. ly subject to tho tax in their and
It is persons irA it was imperfect or unsound, or what March 22,1856. 12-ly TALLAHASSEE: :AND BCUKOUNDINO COUTTar.
urged as an objection to 'he present property, adopted that rate taxation ivhich paitof
; There is nothing about} which sensible men I law that it taxes notes and obligations, that from the lights before them they deemed it was any thing else than truly'national -WILLIAM P. SLUSSER--- --- OFFICE with. Dr. M. Nashimmediately east!the

are so apt to be unreasonable as the subject} these! arc not property or values but simply necessary and proper. The rate of taxation and conservative ; but upon these/ particular I ITa1.1.ahassee I May 19 1855. 20
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of taxation, for while they well! know that j the representative of value! or arc, based upon can hardly be too great as the state tfas in subjects he seemed to be like Ajax, when he F1.a. I

government, liberty, property, life itself and :: credit and should not actual not be property taxed. To and this consequemmtly debt and its treasury empty. And w\j thinkit went to contend for Achilles shield, he disdained MANUFACTURER;\ OF COPPER,TIX AND SHEET I I it. H. BERRY,
vve will be found
that
the amount to be raised WHOLESALE RETAIL $
all! that renders life desirable" to IRON WARE, AND
an intelligent I talk and
answer! that the tax upon notes and money by the netax will be barely sufficient to II by way of changing the DEALER IN PLAIN, FANCY AND JAPANNED' Auctioneer and Commission
civilized: being can bo maintained only by J I in hand: was absolutely necessary iri order to pay the regular expenses of the government subject, began to fire missiles at the pubic: WARE. MERCHANT.

i the payment of laxes, \ct iey\ hardly ever j i reach the full value] of each man's property. and! leave a small surplus gradually to diminish I character ef Mr. Buchanan. There were .
Stove lIeulQulI'tCI'JA TALLAHASSEE Fla ; 30
; fail to complain ol these) whose duty it is to In the first place it cannot be denied that: II the! slat' debt. It is a late of taxationnot I many persons upon the ground, somewhat, SPLENDID assortment Cooking, Parlor ; Sept.29,1855.
I cash in hand if it be specie is popeity: l as one half as large that of of the .ijL DR. R. N. GARDNER .
impose them, be they right or wrong. Upon as most surprised at this system of tactics. After f and Wood Stoves, trimmad with neatness ,
i much! so as a horse or a lot <,f land, and it i other states and not at nil! oppressive, and it -. and durability, at reduced prices. I his professional services to the citizen ,
thi sillv. and unreasonable,! disposition in the will not be denied tint bank the havIng spoken over an hour, Col. Baker OFFERS
notes
yielded
., or I can be diminished! each: -year as tlie debt of I Out Door Work. II \ and! surrounding country. Office ,
minds of some, mere den::
ed in all the jepublics that have ever existed to piinciile, are the leprerentalhe: of a o I }become 1"'--3.I of Holmes that he is a courteous per and Tin Conducting Pipes, Sheet Lead Sheet formerly occupied by the' l.t'Dr.. Jacob Eliot. s
18, 1856 7 .
and commonly to the injury of the state.- j species of prop! ty that can only be reached I, \\\ have thus: examined the cl.ief objections I and talented gentlemen, but that he is decidedly of Zinc, Lead Pipes done, Patent at short Cistern notice.Pumps. Shop work February
I and estimated !by taxing the notes themselves every variety PERRY AMAKER r.ATT&T&W
becomes citizen to )be I i to the! present al valorem t-ix law and on the wrong side in politics. A. ,
True it
every jealous Cily and Country merchants
j and that they are therefore practically pro. I :shown we think that they are not well! taken, I Col.! :M. A. Long, the Dbmoctalic' electoral
ifJis! rights in this respect, but this jealousy: j perty. U'e can! say: truthfully that uf all : hut specious and calculated to :fleet the popular I candidate( for President from the Middle District Are respectfully elsewhere.invited to give me a call befoie purchasing ![ .

should be tempered by reason and: jt1 tict"- I I sp", ci.'s of p-opeity: : notes, and ubligations require I prejudices more than the} l popular reason. j then took the stand. He followed up gy N. B. All articles manufactucd from the very TALLAHASSEE

: Every true man should consider: it the highest: I most: protection: tWin all the laws and No one can object to th, principle of the! act ; I the arguments of Col. Baker, proving mostconclusively I best material and warranted durable. So other arti May 21, 1853.; 20
oiiiccrs of our (Jovernitient. It is an error to all are compelled to that the I that the cle will be offered for sale. ,
privilege to contribute to the !support: of a free'government. i : acknowledge platform upon which '
: 'II!J JWe suppose that taxes can only. justly be laid on |! ad ralvn-m system\ : is tho only strictly) just I the American party now stand, is unsound, October 20,1855. 42 MILES NASH & CO., .

materialisible poperty. Lidtrte: !; uld s\s- i i and constitutional method:: of taxation ; and that it is proscriptive in its tenets, in relationto Co-Partnership Notice.
are sorry to tt-e that the si/i-jert of !; tern \vLilu tlis: notes of individuals: were not j|l th'se: who while they profess to the I Catholics and naturalized citizens ; and I D A L Et SIN

taxation is being lugged into party politicsin I I tatl.:"..J: Ujnk Agences were as they are still, I I IT principle!, find so many faults in approve the details, showed most clearly, by overwhelming arguments I I II THE undersigned in have theWHOLESALE this day entered into a co DRUGS,
this State. The American pirtv: f.rgttfulthat iitiu that heavily, and what piinci1 should deal that the which
very upon i not in generalities but point out i spirit permeates I & RETAIL '
the present ad valorem system of taxn- I 1 I pie other than that of public expediency I- I the remedy specifically.Vo regret very 1 through every clause of the Constitution of*, MEDICINES, DOlLS &. .

lion was adopted not by a party but a promiscuous i What is a poll tax ? Upon: what properly is !I much to see an attempt made to force this II' time United States, was violated by such pro. DB.: BUSINESS, inform their frtead and the public that
vote, as an examination of the Journals j it laid I And yet who denies the justice or expodiency j!! matter into party politics where it neither scription ; that Congress had nothing to do under the name and style of WOULD( ve oa Land a good assortment of such

t\.ill1.how-ha\'c: in vazious county meetings ,I of such a tax._ The truth is these l does nor bhould belong, but arc much rnista I with the regulation of the qualification of voters AMES&LVELY.THEY articles as are generally kept in their line of btuineM,
{ taken occasion tj coiiJemn the same, I are rights and privileges. and business facilities '! ken in the! intelligence; and publb] Fpirit of but that it was a matter which exclusively H_.__ and will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their'

a and we are informed are using::. it as electioneering !'I of far more importance to be protected J the people: Florida if they fail to approve belonged to the States, and that if it ) will be pleased to see their friends terms shall be reasonable 14.

capital i in various: portions of the State. I: than any species of material property, lights i the course of those: of their legislators who I wa'i an evil, u was for those States that Ii and patrons at the old stand of D.H Ames, Tallahassee April 9th. ,1853'

Now we propose to set forth as b-ieflj'ls without which civilized! society could not ex- !' hail the moral: courage to sustain! the honor i t thought so, to apply the remedy, but, he I assortment where they of will Articles keep nppertainins a full and :general their P. B. BdOKAW'S.LIVERY .

possible some of the reasons which moved !j ist, and it is but jut and (proper that all men I'|:! and crc: it (If t our state government, at the showed clearly that foreignism advantageous iue of busiut-s s. D. H. AMES 4KB SALE STAB LIS

the Legislature: to adopt the present system 1 j enjoying these rights should pay for their .:: risk of incunin" the hostility of the selfish; !i and not a curse to the country. He then I II M. LIVELY. I' TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. ,

and rate of taxation. We do not expect toprove P''otectioli. Tiieie is no other species of I 1 I and th<>ughtl'jj;,: a, and of giving; some plausi. spoke of the Kansas Nebraska bill, (which January t. H56. 1 .

that the new sj--tem as established! by I j, property that costs t'u' Government so much i|1 bli capital to' a piiiy: just near enoughJUH- I had been assailed by Col. Baker) and gave MEDICAL NOTICE. i :ru..t'turrn E Proprietor his friends would and the in-

the present act is not capable! of irrprovoMent |I to protect as promisor: notes. Any (.lI, I j i dr( water to cr.tci! at such straws:: as this.- j! ;it a most lucid and mnsteily exposition, --eee-- j publi:, that be has rebuilt his, _ ,
for, it is not olten 1'iat' : any new system who i is acquaintedith the li'igation of the It is the 'I its constitutionality '
I :; pitiabV to Fee men who well] know i ij showing thoutThont-the 'I large Brick Stables at the old stand and U now .
is made l perfect atoe.s nor Lave we :any i, country knows that nearly one I half of the i i j i :absolute: / (-,!Ot\: for this measure, willing ;j impartiality which it mected out to the :North: I DR. BURBfOUG.HS I prepared to accommodate his friends and customers. i-t

idea that we ca'i saltsfy: those <>f the justice I law business'of our Courts arises: ", duectly or I I for elfi-h and ambitious; : purposes to appeal: :, and, South; that Territories while such, cannot I HAVING located in Tallahassee offers his pro- lie also has attached to his Stables a good Blacksmith .
of the lav, wh'* undtr th- old from :: the I i I the services to the public. Office opposite 1 Shop where he will hare have done all klnd.of
system: were indirectly pr enjoyirj! the protection uf! the guvernmen:' in expenses ofmaintaining: these Courts, iuclnd- i I j i I ZCMIS. It was wdl understood no doubt byj I' vindicated the bill from the imputation: of Dr.June Barnard's 23, 1856.Drug Store. 26-Cm :: the very best manner and with promptness and dis '
their persons, property aid bu5ie.v: ,, tranac.: ing the I salaries ot the judj-es; constitute,, a 1!j I the Legislature that the subject of taxation Squatter Sovereignty ;" showed with ability patch.

tions, without cotitiiLuihig: :; tl.cir e
: portion to the-euppoit of the Slime, for these I the Government. Why then should we exempt !i! law makers ever !have: to act upon, and tli yI principles of the compromise measures of Carriages and Harness

.. will naturally feel dissatisfied with a s\ stem" the holders of these notes from contii-I j: were not more willing than men: usua'ly': are 1850, and was but carrying out those principles BETTON Buggies, ,

that compels all to contribute equally: in pro. buting to sustain the Government without ;j I I to lay their hands: to such business ; but br. -or an extensions of those measures. OFFER their Professional Services to the Pub- For Sale by P. B. Brokaw.

portion to their poperty: ; and though! they j which they! could not be collected and would i|I tunately f for< the !state; they did not shrink 0 Col. Long, then in reply to Co!. Baker's Office opposite the Store of Messrs.: t :THE Subscriber** just received

can not openly condemn the principle of the j bo utterly worthless ? But the cae is some- I I j'i from responsibility! when the welfare of the i remark relative to the public character of Hodgkiss January,Scott 5,1856.&' Poole. 1 :Buggies> and large Harness supply which of Carriages he offersfor a

act, they will not be low to find innumur- i times pat: -Suppose that A sells a horse to :j country required it from them. And it "'111I Mr. Buchanan, placed the antecedents of Mr. -- -I IRIl'U.Ul.D sale on the moat reasonable terms. '

able faults in the details on which to vent J B for a hundred dollars and takes his note i;'I be a lamentable day for Florida when those I I Filhncre and :Mr. Buchanan in juxtaposition, ,.T., BIRCnCTT.' -CHARLES- DOWNING.,-.-, November 18, 185{. 46
. their displeasure.! Hut we think that we can 1 for that.amount, B's horse: i is taxed and so is who! make her laws !shall shrink from doing and incontestably demonstrated: that the con BIECHETT" & DOWNING, I "

how to absolute demonstration thai there 1 }LH; note in the hands of A ; now is* not this! wh.tt: they know to be iif-cosdary and rigHt, stitutional rights of the South would be more ATTORXETS AT UW &; AGENTS FOR CLAIMS AL.. FISHER ,

was a necessity for an: inciease cf re\esiueto: '1 I tL ig: the} Earns valun! twice'e? fay no, Horn a contemptible: f"Ithat demagogies I i-ifo: in the! hands of Mr. Buchanan: President II ATTORNEVATLAW.TALLAHASSEE ;
IVO.190 Seventh
I : Street,
our state government, and that the nd! v.lo.t : | for the! transaction: is but an exchange of f j will make political capital of it, or when: leri :! of the United States, than in the handsof I FLT \.,

rein system is the( only just and constitutional !" i! values. The note of B is more valuable to I j people condemn their representatives for 'w! !I Mr.[ Fillmore! that the question of !slavery WASHINGTON CITY. \ JILL practice in the CourtA of the :Middle Dis-
method cf taxation: and furthermore that \ A than the! horse ; it is I ihe same and ]litter \i shit! Ling tho responsibility and leaving tleiri ': was the great and paramount question at issue I I\7IL.L' practice before the Court of Claims,and I \ I trict,and in Thomas County, Oa.1ST" '
V V
t none of the objections} which have as )".:t j than: specie: 5a his hands for it draws interest ; i i state to become involved: :in bank "ptcy! 'find 'I': in the present political campaign, that Departments.prosecute! claims before Congress and the. several I over the Office room of in the the Clerk Capitol.of.the.2d Supreme story, immediately Court. .1'

been made to the practical opaialion of the !j it i is remuietai\e! property. Suppose that B j j dishonor. JI: B. G. i tho Black Republican party of the North July 281855. 30 July 21, 855. 29-ly
system are well<< grounded! I had given A another horse in exchange for I J. were hostile to the South upon that great

When the Generalssembl.r at i its last I his own, will any one say that! only one of I [roil Tin; FLOBIDIAN & JOLJ.V.I..] : question and that the Democratic platform w. :23.:. MilTiTiS: E. ,BAfiNARD Jr., .
session convened, they found the State hugely I the horses should be taxed ? Certainly! not, protected alike the Constitutional rights of all Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
in debt in an amount over SlbO.OOO.This! I and yet the principle is tho same. But the U UCIIUEANXA, tGl.ST: : 8th, 180G.Jr. {j. I. sections of the country, that the contest for :7 NEWPORT, FLORIDA. WILL COKTINCE' TUB \

indebtedness had arisen not only from the I tax pu notes was not laid in accordance with Editor :Certain hand-Mis, posted j I tho Presidency would be between Mr. Buchanan ORDERS from Physicians and Planters put up DRUG & ,MEDICINE I BU.SINESS I .

expenses incurred in quelling [ndian hostilities t any abstract! reasoning as to the precise nature up various places in tho West, announced 'I and Mr. Fremont-that taking all these greatest care. .. tr AT THE OLD 8TASP. SIGN .m ,
but from an actual deficiency in the I of notes, but on the plain commonsense facts into consideration, the Southern American February 2,1856. 5 t :

amount of revenue to meet the current expenses I principle that they needed the protection of j that the Know Nothing candidates, Col. Ba- party ought not to persist in their supportof LONG & CiLBRALTH, OF TilE 'f"' HO&TAS,.
of the Government. It was an indebt. the Government as much as any other spe. ker and Capt. Myrick, would address the :Mr. Fillmore, for whose election they certainly as :
ATTORNEYS LAW T TALLAHASSEE. .
edness incurred fairly and honorably for services cies of property that their holders should people Holmes and Walton counties on can have no hope, but on the principleof AT \ t
A.LONG & Corner of Clinton and Monroe-stilts Tallahassee.
J. GALBRAITH ,
the benefit of which the staLe had actually therefore be made to contribute for that pro. the 5th and 6th inst. Col. Baker, the Know self-defence, to come toj Jhe support of,the \I. atcd themselves in.the practice of Law.have associ-They January 191856. 3 ",

received, and she was bound by every tection. If this ba not justice then let us Nothing candidate for Congress was intro National Democratic party, and those old will attend the Courts in the Middle Circuit,the Supreme BrTPTP.
principle of honor, justice and sound policy, abandon the system. line whigs, who in various parts of the country Courts and the District Courts of the United lewis ,
to make as speedy provision as pos ible for Thb injustice of exempting notes and duced to the people of Holmes ccunty, a con. are patriotically coming to the support of States at Tallahassee. GIVES notice to his friends and pal-

its liquidation. It was evident that without money in hand from taxation is obvious when siderable number of whom had assembled at that party in aiding to preserve. intact, the Office opposite the Court House. that be is now in possession of. '
October 23,1851. ly all the latest improvements in Dentis
an. increase of revenue tins could never be we consider the practical operation of the Bear Pen Bluff, and commenced his address, Constitution and the Union. ---.- try. 1st, The extraction of Teeth. without producing

done, as the State had already resorted to thing. Suppose two citizens of equal circumstances by informing the people that he was the can The high toned sentiments, Col.! Long, s. s. KNIGHT"AUCTIONEERS pain, by tbo aid of a local application,which coodsU
loans from the various funds under her con to be possessed of twenty thou.' his broad and statesman like ;views, express: in applying an artificial freezing mixture to the parts
trol to as great an extent as she could, and sand dollars ea'ch ; one invests his money in didate of the American party" for Con. ed in his calm candid and eloquent manner/ COMMISSION MERCHANT until fully benumbed.; 2d.Tbe 4inmediate insertion ofa

it was clear to the minds of every one that an lands and slaves and proceeds to cultivate gress, that he did not occupy thatposition, by have left an impression on the minds of the TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Temporary with Set on and.GuttA Percba, -which can be .
comfort
worn ease till the Gum ;
1 1865 are fully
increase of taxation was a measure absolute. the soil and increase the actual material resources his.own choice, but having been nominated people Holmes county'h1ghly favourable to September 05 prepared for a permanent Set; then inserted on

ly demanded by the necessities of the case. of the country and ho pays his tax by his party as a candidate for that high and the cause he advocates. After a vindication WILLIAM SCOTT, that beautiful plan called continuous Gums which are
Having then determined to. increase the ad valorem on his twenty thousand dollars office he had heretofore ;i of the public acts of the present administra. so much worn and I'admired, for beauty,strength and
responsible ; though never ATTY! .T
taxes the question was, bow can it be most worth of property. The other however in- tion from the assaults with which it had been LM7P perfect cleanliness. : '

justly.and equitably done ? The old systemwas stead of investing his money in planting or mingled in politics, yet, as a patriot, assailed, Col.! Long: l Iflft the stand, having spoken MONTICELLO, FLA. _May___31.___1856. 22

based .upon a false and unconstitutional merchandize, devotes his capital and attentionto he felt,*bound to respond to$&their call, alijj i I about an hour &and\ a half I July- SO, 1853, 30 tljafl JOHN'W.: EVANS;

principle ; the inhabitants of towns and villages snaving notes and though perhaps making was then.before the people to vindicate: tho* Captain Myrick, the Know Nothing candidate WILLIAM S. DILWORTH, ATTORNEY AT LAW,

and those who owned certain species of more money than the other and requiring to i principles of that.party. He then went on, for Presidential 'elector in the West, .U RIDGE, CEO ,
property were paying nearly double their a much greater extent the protection of the considerable went upon the stand, commenced by saying Attorney and( Counsellor at Law, WILL give prompt attention to all business to
share taxation in the value and after saying; in laudation of to his care,in the Counties of Thomas
of proportion to law, he adds nothing to the actual wealth of that he had no use for platforms, that honppt.nred :MONTICELLO, FLORIDA. Calhoun
of their whilo others the and if and the platform adopted by the American Decatur Baker. Dangherty, Early and Clay.
partyat
possessed large
property, country ; yet we exemptnotcs before tho people of Holmes as tho practice in the Courts of the Middle Cir February 17.1858. '1"2 tf
amounts of properly for which they paid no obligations from taxation this man would Philadelphia 21st 185G he labored WILL ,
February advocate of Mr. Fillmore, who was platform r and Time rus mid Lowndea County, Ga. Just Received. ,
tax. Sow the VIILArr. of our constitutionsays pay nothing for all these privileges, bit would hard to show that the substance of the enough for him ; said ho never belonged to Alarch: 22. 185G. 12-ly
** the General shall devise have all his share of Governmental LEMONS. Guava and, Currant Jellies. Prune.
Assembly expensespaid the Know Nothing party, that his name had |
12th Seclion of the June platform of 1835, Pickled Oyster, Peach
Glass Brandy :
Oils White Lead &c.
and adopt a system of revenue having regardto by his neighbor. Surely this would be been before that party for membership, but es. Preserved Lemons, Oranges Pine and Gin :..
an equal and uniform mode of taxation to neither jut nor constitutional.But was still retained in the: February platform of that lie had been black-balled ; said that he O A A BOXES Window Glass, assorted sires, 100 ger, Green Gage Marmalade. lemon Raspberry '

be general throughout the State," and it is it is said that the system will operate 1856. Before arriving at this critical point, belonged to the American party, had once -J\J\J 8 barrels Kegs Linseed White Oil Lead], ,pure, extra i No. 1. do. Strawberry doPD4 Apple Spap.Giger

evident that no other constitutional mode of unjustly from the fact that one man may estimate Col. Baker: spoke with ease and grace-his been a whig; had never belonged-to the 5 Lard Oil, dock do. Raspberry Hallibnt Vinegar.FreabamonLbtr,1d.. ili'1,;,

taxation can be adQPted but one which taxes 'his property at a lower value than his words flowed forth like the breathings of Democratic par y, and did not think he ever bO Kegs Zinc Paint, Ale and Porter.an Ehd Aurted. Pck".

all property according to its valu .! In other neighbor will estimate the samo species and self-music," but here a change should. Capt. !Myrick\ spoke in a very earnest 20 packages Fire-proof Paint(bbls. and $ bols.) 30,000, .Havana Ciffavs.
words,that an ad tahrem system of taxation quality of property, and thus not pay as much camo over and emphatic mariner, rarely producingany 2 barrels Train Oi 1,1 bbl Copal Varnish, AMES &LIVZIY..
the vision of his dream." In his endeavors Spirits Turpentiao in barrels at J]at retail. -
.u the only strictly constitutional system.Jin .- tax on the real value of his property as the argument-he, however, produced one AMES & LIVELY. January 5, 1858, 11 I .

to the justice and propriety of taxing all other. Now supposing a mnn to be willing to "fish" something out of the "verbiage" argument for his support of Mr. Fillmore, and January 5, 66. LIT

property.according to its, value and making deliberately to perjure himself and. incur the platform, that would supply the place of the that was that Mr. Fillmore had given him an ? IN8URNOH."'

,each citizen pay taxes in proportion to what odium of such an act for a few dollars ; yetit 12th section of the June platform of 1855, a office when President of the United States ; In the- Circuit Court of Jefferson County, THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. '

.he has, any one who could doubt it (possesses is not left in his power as is supposed thusto 1 gloom seemed to settle itself his hither. said that he went for the man ; as for platforms Margaret Annear, ) In ChAn ery, AOCVMULATU> PIAL1oooaooT : !
too weak an understanding ever to be convinced defeat the principle of the law, for the third upon he never read them-said he was opposed VI.George }{ Copy usoet poUdM'.a :th*'ItOs of
of it,and it is riot therefore necessaryto section of the.present law provides that the to animated countenance. His voice was an to the present tax law-told one or S.Anuear.) Bill for divorce. p for MM or more years ,of !th. '

eoter into an argument to prove the same. valuation of and the assessment of taxes on octavo higher, but his words came more two anecdotes, and wound up in the midstof IT appearing to the Court,upon satisfactory proof. whole period l OX THE MUTUAL SYE. I .
that the defendant in the above stated Dividends the insured on
Having thin adopted the ad valorem principle the objects of taxation specified in the second slowly,.and with seeming reluctance. The a Know Nothing laugh.It beyond the limits of the State ol Florida case,so that resides for life. \ de" ': t <. :p *:' ia

a$ constitutional and jast, he !:*<" IA- lection of this act, shall be made in the anecdote about little boys, who, in passing a was growing late in the evening, and the ordinary process cannot be served upon him. It r Arjoary. Moaua Fuxjoor,?rest
tw-e.\'el''y properly refuted to make .I -< *v *Ka vulna- the people seemed desirous to disperse, when, in ordered that said cause beset for bearing on the tion .,
received
any. I manner now prescribed by iaw'.yi WoO" .-- '- ** j iu the dark, are said to sing psalm William D. Esq. Demobratic'electo- second Monday in November next, and that said defendant f35 Appli, j jJaansq191185 i.TaTse1
Barnes
ceptwa.toUortoexempt:any property ( I grave v.- ... 7 do and ; .
the operation of the tar. {or.to dO" 3 ex.//I taxes hon of personal property and assessment' of tunes aloud by way of keeping up .......Ir, cour' ral r.audl'Jst: for President i in the Western that time, otherwise appear said plead cause, answer will be, or tried demur on the by _- 1\ .
be the **me as to &bandODtbe thereon By this Motion the valuation stand. In of facts in AGENCYDETHE /ETNA IN
the said
: principle J I seemed to illustrate his feelings. Col. District, took consequence charged Bill Provided That a copy of ; _
of : can be made by the assess- age, this order be in : 1
made
gel,8r!:"A.J1 AUempt. u mad. I ;property the lateness. of the hour Mr. Barnes published some newspaper at !Tallahassee
c rt q.-a moaot orepopehy from1'to'exempt'f :,r Mid the ojvner makes a;return not of the Dakar evidently,'felt that he was then end av. 1\ but fow remarks, yet the terse manne in for the space of three months next before said Tl undersigned,A tf4Zovi 'c__

exempt houw. hold {furniture '&c. -tfor'* > t... value, but\ of Im Ijind aqd amount of his I dring to sustain! a matter before the people! which these remarks were delivered left an second 12th July Monday.1656.fe Done and passed at Chambers, this rT'ap" Wi msqraengi .
,
rjt
ISt.U! augt4. ; afati' objection tlJe t 18 j prop rty. Jt i is true that tho assessor may which was not tenable. After having paid ardent desire;upon tho minds ,of the auditory J. WAYLES BAKER, Judg". against Furmtur*.Mercbandire,Briek* -. -T'-. *. :
the
"does take tho' oath of .
:t not, done. Iavibt.tIil1 commonly SPECTATOR. JuWlfl, 1856. :
.llIld :
hut ail1" 29-1m
It, "ill of hI l hisiespeclslolhat: portion of the platform, to.hear him a January 19.1856, Z. :!
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Our'Rail Rods;. SoBJeta Men to Bead I Significant Silence t ,
Squatter Sovereignty tg .for South.It.la ern
+ lnr in & urI has word further on the We regret to hear of this tad event" whit: *,.
t ; The Sentinel not a
t The people reed not be surprised at the Having been written to by various persons lalpably evident to'every reflecting occurred on the 28tVinst': 'The Albany Patriot

......, ,..-.-----.-..-. constant harping, by Know orators, on tho at home and abroad, to I learn something! con rmnd! th :.:intelligent: friend of Mr.Fillmore subject of Mr. Walker's'admissions as to received by the mail of last: evening -:

1 TALLAHASSEE : ..r subject of "squatter soVereignty," a matte corning the progress of the Railroads being "can..exp ;t his election by the people. Such Mr. Fillmore's votes while in Congress. Sig'. Our friend and :fellow townsman,says John

.. which few of them understand, though tho constructed through our State we have applied an"'even tau by no possibility happen. What, nificant' silence! It is tantamount to a confession 'V. Wolfe, the Editor of thin paper, has been

Saturday :Aug. 30 1856. phrase i is continually in their lips. Tho truthis for and ,kindly obtained of the Hon. E.. then, do His friends hope l for t Is it not that that our statement, last week was. un called to the spirit world, letting a food .

: 4. our American" friends are" out of soap," C. Cabell, the President of the Pensacola and he may'Jake' votes enough from Buchanan to impeachable. Thus, then, are confessed two wife and her tender infant'of a few months .

DEMOCRATIC' TICKET. and necessity forces them to resort some expedient Georgia Railroad Company, reliable informa- prevent tw election,and thus transfer the con- notable admissions by the Know Nothing old, to mourn a loss to them irreparable.
candidate for Governor as follows: Mr. Wolfe died last night at 1 o'clock, and '
in order to sustain a'sinking cause by tion on tho subject. test.Jo fee House of Representatives ? No record .
have stopped our to the sad
press
wo
FOR"PRESIDENT, I diverting the minds of the people from the The great object of these !enterprises is to "one/wjllljieny( that tins is their object. Well, 1st. That Mr. Fillmore, while in Congress, intelligence. In the short space allowed us '

JAMES BUCHANAN, real issue. Hence the introduction in all connect the waters of the Gulf with the Atlantic whence contest has been transferred to the never gave a vole favorable to the South, except we can say no more to,our citizens who made -

OF >ENNTLVANIA. their speeches of the subject of Squatter and to unite the different sections-of Hoari what then do they expect They that in one instance he is said to have Mr. Wolfe's acquaintance two years ago ass

[ Sovereignty." They do this to prevent too the State. We were gratified to find how know that the TEN Buchanan States will adhere I agreed to pay a Floridian for a lost negro !- an intelligent, energetic, and pious young'man
FOR VIOEPRESIDENT studious to please, and detenniotd
J. : i close a scrutiny into tho position of their can. r great and satisfactory is'the progress made; .to him. They aro not BO unreasonable and, to do, right. No eulogium is yet needed-such

C.' BRECKENJUDGE, didate for the Presidency position which and how Bright are the prospects of the real. as to st.1>aso that these ten States will go 2nd. That Mr.: Fillmore is against Mr. I characters as his,speak their own praise. In

?- ,OF KENTUCKY. :Mr.\ D. Walker .has been forced publiclyto ization of our hopes. Several Companies are over to tie FIVE which are expected to vote Walker and the South on the Kansas quest him the press has lost an able and gentleman.

{. admit is in hostility to his position as well engaged in these works. Tho Florida Rail for Fillmcre. Instead of this, it would seem lion! ly member, Albany fc good citizen, and his

a MADISON FOR GOVERNOR S. PERRY, as that of the South on the Kansas issue Of road company commenced operations at Fer- to be moo right that the minority should go Now, the people will naturally ask why it church a noble pillar and a devoted Christian."

,OF course with such admissions, they do not like nandina, aud has we understand completed over to the majority. Were this to be done, is, that if, as the Sentinel concedes and as Calhoun County.

.r ALACIIUA COO'TV. to be pressed as to their gross inconsistencyin the bridge connecting the Island of Fernan- the election of Buchanan would be placed beyond everybody knows.to he the case, the Kansas At a meeting of the Democratic part of

FOR CONGRESS, supporting a, man who. is against them on diva with the mainland, and graded 25 or con ingonc The fifteen States of the question is the paramount issue, and :Mr. Fillmore Calhoun county, convened Sutton's Mill,

GEORGE s. HAWKINS, the paramount issue. Of course not. It is 30 miles of their Road. Cross ties are fur South, w.th the addition of California, which "is against Mr.\ Walker and tho South"on on the 8th of Aug.'according 'to previous notice

I iOF and consequently, nished for this distance and 1300 tons of iron is democratic, would constitute a majority of on motion, JAMES STANFILL was
JACKSON COt" T1r. i a sore subject, they prefer, that question, Mr. W. and those of his political called to the Chair and L. B. McKirraxr>: requested

to talk about something else. "Squatter Sovereign have arrived at Fornandina, and about 4000 the States, and by a union of the Fillmore friends who agree with him in standingUp to act as Secretary.

FOR ELECTORS GEO. W. CALL I ty" is this "something else" It is their tons more have been purchased in England, men wilt the supporters of Buchanan, the defeat for the South are not against Mr. Fill. The object of the meeting was explained
A. LONG
31.
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hobby. The Know Nothing candidate for part of which has been shipped. Fifty milesof of tho Black Republican candidate wouldbe more ? Is not the support of Mr. F. under in a brief and pertinent manner.

W. D. BARNES.FOR Governor always has a hobby. We arc told this road will probably be completed this inevitable. But this union-this coming such circumstances most remarkable and difficult Upon motion of Luke Scott, a committees

THE SENATE, that in 1852, to divert the eyes of the people year. This road is intended to be built to ,fiver of ,the minority to the majority-is not to be accounted for? Mr. Walker pro. resolutions of five were! expressive appointed of by the the Chair to of draft this
sense
DR. T. LAMAR.. from a too rigid examination into the surroundings Cedar Key, and crosses one of the most inter- proposed. So far from it, the minority give fosses to stand by the legislation of 1854, and meeting. Thereupon following named

of Gen. Scott, just as he and others esting and fertile parts of the State. out to the country that they will remain sted- yet supports candidate for the Presidencywho gentlemen were appointed and charged with

fOR THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, are now doing with respect to Mr. Fillmore The Central Railroad from Jacksonvilleto fast by Mr. Fillmore, and if so the defeat of plants himself upon platform which the duty aforesaid, viz: Luke Scott, H. C. .
Buchanan is to follow. What then ? Fivo Avant Anderson Sneed, James Williamsand
P B. BROKAW DRG. PARKHILL, he mounted usual. 'l athobbJ'
hobby as
a
Alligator is also progressing in a satisfactory avows "opposition to the policy of the pre.
C- P. CHAIRS DR. LUCIEN DUVAL. that the adoption of the resolutions State cannot elect :Fillmore. Aid from some Washington Ramsey.
was under the efficient administration shown in
manner, supervision sent as re-opening The committee retired for a short time returned -
oilier must be had before he can be
of 98 by the Baltimore Convention of experienced contractors. A contract for quarter sectional agitation by the repeal of the Missouri and through their chairman recommend -
Floridian & Journal for the Campaign ?
But where is this aid to from
chosen. come
nullified the Fligitit'c.Slarc Lav. He was grading and cross ties for the entire route has Compromise !" Surely there is a wide the adoption of the following resold

We propose to issue on the e ((Iud Saturday in most plausible, and rode his hobby at a most been made. Two hundred hands are now If not from the Democrats, where else except difference between tho positions of the two (ions, \iz:
Jane, and continue until after the J'rcbiiiontial cite Black ? Is it not clear Resolved, That the nomination of the Horr.
however from the Republicans
tiou, the Campaign! Floridian and Journal, at the fol killing pace. The people, soon suspected engaged .on this road, and have graded fifteen men, and it is not at all surprising that the James Buchanan for the Presidency and the
elected he be elected
is must
Fillmore
that it the ruse of an in- that if ,
simply
was miles of the should confess that the other
Ion-ins rates: same. one against Hon. John C. Breckinridge for the Vice Pre
To a tangle Subscriber SljOO devised to blind them and by them ? But is there any evidence that they
r genious campaigner, The Pensacola and Georgia Railroad Com him and the South" on that question.- sidency meets our undivided approbation.
To Ji Club of 3, address same P. 0,*> 2 00 lead their attention off from matters of weigh-. will vote for him ? We will let the friends of Furthermore Mr. Walker will not Resolved, That the names of the Hon. G.
as
have undertaken to build the road from go
To a Club of 5, 300 honest pany Mr. Fillmore answer this question for them S. Hawkins for Congress and the Hon. M. S.
tier satisfied that the
.. .. .. concern ; so, the who he admits is thus
I J; 00 Alligator to tho waters of Pensacola Bay, against man
t 1. for Governor the stations
In the Richmond of the 22d Perry are worthy to
selves. Whig
.. .. jo, b ". H 7 00 I masses were no longer to be duped, the hobbywas with branch roads to thc Gulf and to the against him," the people we opine, will go which they have been called, and we pledge
We have the old inst. we find a long editorial on Mr. Fill-
The money must invariably accompany the order dropped. same gamein Georgia and Alabama lines. This Company against them both. ourselves to use our best efforts to secure

r to insure attention.Appointments .. 1856. "Squatter Sovereignty" is the hobbyand commenced operations in the Spring at Tallahassee more's Prospects," with the following words : j their election in October next

it is being ridden at the same rapid rate, At this point, wo close our remarks withan Facts to be Thought of. ,I Resolved, That the administration of Franklin
for Messrs. Perry and That I and we are informed by the Presi extract from a communication in the Bal- Pierce has, in our opinion, been markedby
the
and for self
too. -
sane purpose purpose The New York'Journal Commerce furnishes
dent will have 35 or 40 miles graded the the of of
Hawkins in the West. by timore American, touching prospects great ability and by an unwavering devotion -
-- is, as we have already said, to divert the first of January. Contracts have been let Mr. ;Fillmore in tho House' which the American some important items, which we commend to the Constitution, and, amid the strife

Vernon, Sept. 1. attention of the people from a too earnest to responsible contractors for the line from tells us is from the pen of one of the to the consideration of our Know No. and contention that has surrounded! the President .I

Bear Pen Bluff, C4 3. consideration of the true involvedin 'most and influential Whigs of he has remained
questions Tallahassee to within a few miles of the. Su- prominent thing friends. We quote from the Journal: I firm as the granite
Eucbeanna, u 5 the contest. What has Squatter Sove Maryland-one who never allowed partizan A statement of the emigration to this hills of his native State to the South and to

Yellow River, C4 8. I reignty" to do with this canvass? So far as wannoe river. From that point to Alligatorthe zeal( (Jp }blind his judgment, or to express opinions for the eleven months ending June 30, port presents the country-a lesson which should teach the
route was hastily located, and a corps of that he has not the best reasons for abolitionists, Black Republicans and Know
:Milton 11. the facts. that
Kansas is concerned is it not following During periad
as a
great to be correct and reliable..
Pensacola C4 13. Engineers has been organized to re-survey the believing there arrived in the New England States Nothings (alias) American party & Co. that

.. humbug as was Mr. Walker's hobby of 52 route, with a view to ensure the most favora In the communication which is so warmly 8,134 emigrants, with 8121,533 01 ; in the his views are not narrowed down to a "higher

Navy Yard, 15. Slavery already crisis in Kansas, and will ble location. So soon as this survey shall be commended to the confidence of the readers fifteen Southern States and the District of law power," but they are to be seen in strict

any man in his senses say that the Courts of : of the Whig, this paragraph : Columbia, 3,251, with 8194,088 73 New construction of the Constitution and as wideas
completed contracts will be let to Alligator appears ;
,
Messrs. M.: A. LONG and \\ D. BARNES, his whole
I knowing North
country no
law as constituted in that territory, and above "The 'Republicans (in the House) will York, 39,993 with 81,291,62(509( ; New no
... Democratic Electors, will address the people where a junction will be effected with the I South, no East: no West Let them
Jersey with repent
2,272 8214,955 79
all that the Supreme Court of the United make an earnest struggle for. their man, but ; Pennsylvania" and do
Central Road. likewise.
as follows : when must that it is 9,421, with 8430,033 70 ; Ohio, 6,117, i
States would respect a subsequent law of the they see, as see they \ All of which
Tallahassee, Sept. 1st. There are now, or will be in a few days ; destined to be fruitless, they trill join the Americans with 8479,633 98 ; Indiana, 1,309, with were unanimously adopted. .
Territory, interfering with rights which have 63 Illinois with The meeting next proceeded to make nomi-
1\font\ cello, 2d. 350 hands at work on this road. and before and make Mr. Fillmore President. $101,861 ; 7,713, 8698- I nations for
accrued under the provisions-of the act of will neither vote Mr. Buchanan 456 31 ; Michigan, 2,788, with 819 .360 87; I Representative to represent! the
They for nor
3d. the end of the the number will I
Madison of Calhoun in the
year probablybe county next Legislature of
Congress ? The idea is too ridiculous to to suffer the election to go to the Senate. My information Wisconsin, 10,457, with 81,044,601 38;
increased to 500 or more, and the whole Iowa, 955, with 8248,335 40 California the State of Florida.
,
discussed. Kansas is slave Territory, made I I on this subject is derived from the ;
\,\'c would call the attention of our readersto so by the operation of the organic law, and : work completed; ready to receive the iron by :I most intelligent and AUTHENTIC sources. 800, with 8105,125 13 ; Minnesota, 305, Mr.. Scott Holmes nominated was unanimously E. P. Holmes.Mr. nominated..

n well-conceived article, on the first page, the fall of 1857. The present means of tho i The result upon the whole ia that the people with 835,150; Utah, 1,829, with $55,670; I
slave territory it must and will remain until iI On motion, it was
I I will fail to elect a President that the Kansas, 3, with 8128 ; Oregon, 1, with 810 ;
the subject of taxation. Company are quite sufficient to theI ; :
upon prepare Resolved That the of the
proceedings
B there is sufficient population to warrant their House will elect one and that the choice of Nebraska, Washington and New Mexico Ter
,
Road for the iron, including the bridging.The .- I meeting be sent to the Editor of the Floridianand
admission' into the Union, when, in the language I the House will be Mr. Fillmore." ritories-none.
and
The Hon. David.S. Walker Onrself. Bonds of the Journal, and request,their publication.There .
of the Democratic the Company guaranteed by Here are 95,313 emigrants, arriving in 11
t In the last issue of this paper, there appear platform, peoplecan II the Internal Improvement fund will it is be- Now we ask the people seriously to ponder being no further 'business, the meeting -
months who with them
in hard
"form a Constitution with or without brought adjourned. *.
ed an editorial commenting upon thisgentleman's lieved than suffice to Iron and these startling revelations. They appearin *
slavery," as a majority of the actual citizens morn equip cash, 85,299,376}! 95, being an average of JAMES STANFILL, Chairman.
reply to CoL Smith's speech on determine. Thus how the road. Besides a subscription of $500- two leading Southern Fillmore organs, and over 8555 71 to each emigrant. L. B. McKisxEY, Secretary.MARIANNA

the. evening of the 22d inst. Those comments may we see deceptive 000, and the aid afforded by the Internal Improvement : we must, therefore, conclude that there is
is all this twaddle
Mr. Walker is of reflect I Squatter Sovereignty. in them. From character 20th 1856.
opinion upon ." It is a theme without alJilit.The act of our last Legislature, this something the high Mr. Buchanan and the Wilmot Proviso August ,
his personal character and veracity, and consequently I 8ppli } and the other Railroad Companies have had I. given to the correspondent of the American 110:'(. E. C. CABELL
I deal has been said the
question his been foreclosed and settled A great by leadersof
indulged, (as we arc informed,) in them of land mile. from the positive and emphatic manner in Sir :-Your letter of June addressed to
to
granted 3,800 acres i
per I Know here and
by the action of the pro-slavery in Kan- the Nothing party else.
retaliatory remarks upon us before the Fillmore I party There is amount of public land in i uhich that correspondent speaks-can there '. me, as one of the Democratic candidates for
no
great
sas, and legislation aside what where to create the impression that Mr. Buchanan -
andDonelson club, on tli. evening of the any setting this and Jefferson County, but the deficiencycan !I be the slightest doubt that the Black Republicans elector in this, State has been on hand for
has already been done would be such has been a Wilmot Proviso man and
an outrageous I
27th. We have carefully reviewed the article be supplied in Madison Hamilton and hare been sounded and a perfect understanding several weeks ; in which time I hope I have
,
sKo unfavorable the affirmative
violation of constitutional invoke ,not to action of.
in question, and must say in all candor right Columbia Counties. We acquainted had ? Is not such a supposition been able to give it that consideration which
personally
are
the tins To silence this
interposition of the Congress upon subject.
Judiciary
that tre do not think it admits of the strong againstit. with the character of the hinds in reasonable! ? How otherwise, without such the importance and dignity of the' subject rev .
It is equally without point as to Nebraska. calumny we have only to present an extract
construction placed upon it by .i[r. Valkcr. j', Columbia and Hamilton which will becomethe an understanding, can this highlycommendedaid quire.
There, where the people are said to be pretty I from a letter, on the compromise measures,
Certainly we Lad no intention of reflectingupon I I of this Company, and have no most prominent of Maryland Whigs" The leading: proposition contained in your
property Mr. B. ia
generally against the introduction of written by 1850, which contained
his character and dis- I slavery, this is derived letter is in these words, -" should be elected
veracity, we hesitancy in saying that two dollars and a say: : My information on subject distinct you
the first the and allusionto
not attempt has been made to following unqualified
tinctly disclaim any construction of the article I legislate half will be a very low estimate of th'ir'al- (&: -from the most intelligent and AC7HK.NTIC Wilmot and should it be ascertained that Fill
the Proviso. lie
against the South. One of the officersin :
referred to which would appear to imply such ,! ue, when the road shall be completed. The : sources -?"..4 Q Doubtless this cor- says more and Donelson will receive more electo
that Territory, in a letter dated Omaha, It was the vote in our State House of
intention. is less than the lIon. John P. ral votes than Buchanan and
Company will therefore realize from this. n/spondent : no Breckenridge,
I Representatives refusing to consider the instructing -
(N. T.,) June, 1856, and which is published
source at least $9,200 per mile. Kennedy, Mr. Fillmore's former Secretary of.tie resolutions in favor of the Wilmot and that your vote for the latter gentlemen
in the National Intelligencer of the 2d inst.
The Leon Democratic Club.A Navy ; and will it be imagined that sucha Proviso which first cheered the heart of every cannot elect them, will you not cast your
There be therefore it
can seems to us, no
large and enthusiastic meeting of the says : J man would put himself on the record after patriot in the land. This was speedily followed vote for Fillmore and Donelson, if you find

Club was held at the Capitol on ThursdaJeening The vexed question (slavery,) which has doubt of the ability of this Company to con 'each'-fashion unless he knew whereof he b) a vote of the House of Representatives can thereby defeat the Black Republican
caused our twin-sister, Kansas,so much trouble I struct their road one hundred and four milesto Washington nailing the Wilmot Pro- you
t last. An address of about an hour Abolitton candidates the
? Wo think not. We think he did or or prevent
I has been left by the legislature and the peo- Alligator, at which point they connect spoke viso itself on the table. And here I oughtnot
election from into the
House of
and twenty minutes in length was deliveredby ple where the organic law placed it. Thereis with the Central Road, and thirty-five miles know, and that he intended the country to infer to forget the great meeting *..?ld in Phila- resentatives." going Rep-

M. D. Papy, Esq., devoted chiefly to the no disposition on the part of any one to that tho Black Republicans had been approached delphia, on the birthday of the Father of his
It/ further East with the Florida Rail Road to 1 shall not enter into a lengthy argumenthero
defence of Mr. Buchanan from the many agitate it ; and any effort to do so would at I and that they would elect Mr. :Fill- Country, in favor of the Union which gave a to show that Mr. Fillmore's
once be frowned down. Nothing will be Fernandina.The and irresistible present position
to
have been him impulse publieopinion
that
preferred against happy -
charges
more at the proper time: But what is to be on the vital question of slavery is scarce
done with that question until we form a State Tallahassee throughout the State, and I add
and the of the Missouri .Railroad from Tallahassee may
to history Compromise ly less objectionable than Mr. Fremont'.ndthat
Constitution." the consideration for their votes ? No one the Union. The honor of the
vindicating the South from the imputation I to St. Marks, has been re-graded and re-laid throughout his election. to the Presidency would Pte'baps
Thus again we see the of can expect that they will elect Mr.! Fillmore South has been saved by the compromise.Tho .-
of bad faith in aiding its repeal and denouncing I gross absurdity with sixty pound iron. A locomotive has ::r- without Wilmot Proviso is forever dead !" bring at.much!: danger to the countryas
all this some pledge, some consideration.
stuff that forms the staple of Know that of the latter gentleman. This hss-
the of its restoration. rived for this road at St. Marks and another
policy
I Nothing speeches. It is the very essence of What is that to be ? Who so stupid as not been ably and conclusively demonstrated by
ordered the This road Indian
r The eloquent speaker was listened to with humbug, unworthy of any party laying claimto by Company. connects to perceive that that consideration mutt:, be Important Treaty Messrs. Long and Call. But 11) certainly
with the Pensacola and Georgia Rail A planfor removing the Florida Indians. feel fully convinced that the allabsorbing -
+ great satisfaction by the crowded audience, I Gentlemen approval of the restoration of the Missouri upon
intelligence. mount other
1 some road at'TaiiahasBsee, and more than one-half A late dispatch from Washington : The theme_ of the Northern agitators, vh :-
. and was frequfi.tly interrupted by bursts of j restriction or the admission of Kansas under e3)'s- "
t hobby. its stock is owned by the latter Company.- tripartite treaty between the United States the restoration of the Missouri Restriction,
applause. the Topeka constitution ? Mr. :Fillmore can I there is no point of difference between th.m.

Col. F. Yillepigue responded to a general ', Political Discussion The two roads may be considered one. favor either of these measures without viola I and the Creeks and the Seminoles, residing That bt r. Fillmorejs, favorauleto, and will, if
ti
invitation in a speech remarkable for wit '. The citizens of Gadsden have scbscribcd ting one principle of the platform on whichhe I West of the Mississippi, is* considered one of elected, encourage and sanction the reenactment -
i The lion. ti 1. A. Long, and Col. James l\L' fhaP. the mol important concluded with the of that ,odious Compromise ((1)), indeed
ever
of
and good humor, exhibiting great dexterity funds to survey and locate so much stands. That platform condemns the repeal -
I Baker, addressed a portion of the citizens of that he would exert all legitimate in
0 in turning the laugh upon Our Know Nothing ..and G. R. I!. as will run through their of the Missouri restriction-Mr. Fillmore aboriginal tribes The Senate recently ratified mean
Leon county, in this city on last Monday.The .- his power to effect iU restoration, dot not
friends about the feminine and other fallacies County. A subscription sufficient to grade 4Glldens it-his Northern supporters to a it, with amendments, to which the dele admit of a reasonable doubt This point is

contained in their ritual. I .former opened his speech by explaining I and timber the road through the County has,:, .:Van condemn i it, and so indeed do many of I gation in this city, have assented. It appro. as susceptible of proof as nay can be m the

the position that himself and friends then oc. i priates 8899,000, for which a bill has passedthe absence of direct declaration. And I have .
Judge A. Woodward and T. W. lire.t I been promised by the people of Gadsden, and his Southern supporters. On no occasion has
copied. He then took up Mr. Fillmore, re. I Senate, and awaits the action of the House. yet to leant that be has a single supporter'
we soon to have the pleasure of Mr. thrown out the slightest intimation that
an F.
card Jr. will address the Club its expect .
t at
; Eq., I viewing his Congressional and public life, Creeks and the North who does not regard this a* Ilia
These
?His Northern Seminoles, surrender landsto
nouncing that contracta'have been let in that he would restoration. -
oppose who does advocate his election!
next meeting. position- not
that Mr. Fillmore had
showing '
_: 9 II I invariably- County. We feel confident that the peopleof friends give no'Wr such assurance, and no such Seminoles in Florida as may remove upon this ground and who furthermore doe

Col.) M. Whit Smith I: ted against the South when the subject of the West will not suffer this great work to Southern friend can 1 draw from hn( any promise West, while the treaty secures to the last, on not avow determination to re-eatablUh
before the House and defied his f
i We observed in a late number of the Jacksonville slavery was to that effect. -In view of his position, that condition, certain pecuniary and civil the Missouri line if posuble. .
friends to produce a solitary instance in which stop.A Now, it ia generally conceded, .! believe,
Republican a communication alleging will also be therefore, on that subject':-'in view of the 1 advantages and permit them to enjoy their
route surveyed trough Quin-
he had given the least support to the Southon that if this purpose should be carried oat,
4i that this gentlemen had abandoned his the slavery question. He showed that cy or its vicinity to the Georgia line in the information communicated by this prominent #wn-*-a Seminole-government,independent. (the restoration of the-Miaaouri line) dosolo-

military command in South Florida, for the from his antecedents, he not onlyhad no direction of Bainbridge to which point it is Maryland Whig, derived as that informationis ly of association with any other tribes, a failure !. tion of the Union would follow u speedilyand

a) purPose making political speeches in this confidently believed the South Western Railroad I from the moat intelligent and authentic.sources"who to obtain which, has been a prominent as inevitably u if any ether disaWutloascheme
but
4i city in behalf of Mr. Buchanan and the claims Southern upon support., was He also utterly showed unworthy conclusively of- wili be extended, thus connecting the can doubt the character of objection, heretofore, to their {imigration.- .of Seward and Co.' had been accomplished.

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Democratic party. The Republican's correspondent Florida system with all the Railroads North ,that consideration which is to secure to Mr. This it is supposed, will have a tendency to You'will
that Mr.!\ Buchanan, in nearly forty I perceive, therefore, that I tamnatlook .
thus imputing does Col. Smith ins years of public life, had never faltered in his and West Fillmore the votes of the Black Republicans forever quiet Indian disturbance in Florida, to Mr. Fillmore even U aa aJWnW1ftf

We state that the fact of our own an important consideration in view of &the for relief from the dangers: so forcibly pointed -
justice. support of the Constitutional rights of the We shall resume this subject i in our next' We ask tho }people of the State calmly to

knowledge, that he was brought to this place South-answering and refuting the charges issue and endeavor to show the superior ad- ,.weigh these revelations. Can they with the millions of money expended on account of out by you aa.threatening the C01mtry.j .-
hostilities in that State. And I have abundant reason to believe than
business' made against him by his enemies l In a manner vantages of this Road over the Brunswick knowledge that Mr. Fillmore's Southern sup. Indian the Democratic'party.of Florida" wboMrepresentative -

.) highly satisfactory_ to his political friends. Road which we hear has warm advocates, porters calculate! on Black Republican aid to I *m in part, entirely
had left for Tampa a short. time before his Co) Baker.ro lied, and attempted. to shield even in Florida. We bear many persons express secure his election-with the knowledge of Democratic NoBlnations. with me in ibis'clew of the aubject"U4 to

snivel Being detained here by ;the. unex-, Mr. Fillmore .against the demolishing recital great confidence: the,. 'liyPf Brunswick '.;h Jr' bitter.,. denunciation of the repeal of tho The following gentlemen have been nemi.I reflect its sentiment faithfully, ** weB at. %

i gected absence of the Governor, Col. Smith I of his many political? !misdeeds, but failed* to build aJ] road, but doobTitho; abilitytiof Missouri Compromise, and the fact that allhis I ted for the Legislature by the Democratic do justice decline to nay,pledging owe convielioe mJ isle; to otri&h..1mUlt Mr.-Fill-

-waLpreuinglfsolted by personal and political i The CoL then mounted the favorite hobby- the people of Florida. We think we can Northern friends in Congress save one party in the counties named. more in either of the coatin|'$wl ieI yo 4.named. l hw.

friends to address this and other communities foreigner!-which he'whipped and spurred show that we have much greater ability to.' vote >:to restore that restriction-can the I Ecamhia.-J. R. Brooks, Senate. C. *

i upon the political) topics of 'the, day, well. Considering the rickety platform of free build a road and that ours will be a much, p0od.of the State, we ask, under the circumstances Gongalez, House. I assure you ae-aa taciprasre '.oe such >K 9Ha !

.' -to which*be. responded reluctantly' though i soil construction on which;he boldly planted better payIng, road than..the Brunswick. Road..... .' .of doubt and uncertainty'which I Santa Rosa.-W. L. Criglar, Senate. Dr. that Buchaaaaj'Fillmore Wilauch will get note'should elector T*ethan to'
prove
::. ajGljraudhandsomely; : ha been surround his trtyt him ? dare Judge.House.
as ji
conceded
: u position, -
"P. : himself, the effort: was highly ,creditable, and 0', be the cane, aid,$ Deaxttraey of tWi S_ to
....'::bjfeili l irrffljpective of party distinctions. ,i 'was received with applause by his political The, Boston Courier ,says'that th.e. contest, .they .trust. him.! Walton.-laaco\VeIch,Senate. J..P. Camp. should deem It it to direct their TO.tr b *"?

: 't, fe. ,:caUe: j.cpon for this, statement" a* i friends. y in Pennsylvania is clearlybetween Buchananand bell, House.CoMourt. other. way th&p ,at pmeat i&fe td',.ft willhe
= c.w"
.head' cy., in i inducing Col. Fremont and that it can have no doubt '-OT.: Alexander Carroll Esq., one of the .-E. P. Holmes.,House. 'my.djrtyr,a od ptator. to ut by ,tfeeir.in*

Smith to' favor the "citizens of Tallahassee. !YJ' Time and,tide wait: for 'no man, but of the success of Mr. Buchanan. The Courier Editors of the Charleston Conner, died aftera St. Johns. -Dr. Geo. E. Hawes, Senate.- .tructions.'. YooraTtryfrohr'W D; BARNES;' ,

.,rttlij. ";,p'olii1oalj-itwl nod i ,te.'ltimenti.g few know it better that a Printer. -JP 1 1'i V is*a Fillmore paper. short illness on. Thursday. 21 ins Paul Anion, Home. .
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Loeiont.eutfor -to gtt tzp. the ghost and .let Breckinridge I ef h.,ever das he d dint that time enny how. Later frog "alUlL" BftSTOH JB.This '1rofttrt ., ..lOmozor

Look Old Bacbaaan," Boys, lake the government." Could there be a 'then up gits an ole georpy mayjor,he sed Jie, .... YORK, Aug. 25.:Accounts from .if- L. ...', ,.-.--'A--- .' 2 ffirtK '
more noble ambiton! You may well bA proud from erwin .koant in -and'i" .
I saw Jan. .while ago' I was up georgy :.Kausas one'day later than thoM prwoaslyreceived Celebrated Racer -
:Ho' DGt 00'/'of your idle toys.- of your early choice of a candidate, and con- beleeved him, bat sod he was runnin DOG on ; that is still safe. 'r ._. { .* .

He nec' (.dOe _j "wo." .gfatiilate i t yourself that no adverse influences I the philmore lectoral tiket far this state an i h. .!.obfnson reports Brown, and Lecomptoo others are in tbe:_'custody D" k in' S .. "

ever moved you an inch from stern I bi i that he lives in .well .,- "
your fluridy.
But urg" on.oar Nation -pur. spose non u. ..of.the U. 8. Troops. t ageutabsr.tokri 1. _! -
Wbeflferbe 1if.bIs'voiceHetoIdmne'taufus1oo pose of giving the great Pennsylvanian a I he wns kep bak by the no nathins as'the ,4.4 Kansas meeting was held at St. Louis .-. FINE STAlLION Tirttes"DOt lob W

steady,'earnest and cordial support. In'mll mane stake an see what he node he node as. lils afternoon.t 5S stead at my Stable*, two"imlss Soollwast "J .

Wmtk ut the pcopls's choice. judgmentAesasworth'y of Southern conjidence well as enny man, the boys"kum up k I' t -. WILL Q1U OQ &be rc.d to!1' n.-- ., the ensuing .-, I I II

I no information and Southern totes as Mr Calhoun ct- I round the stan spectin sum fun but bo saner' f I- gate er teas; and in saying this I do not mean to did he thare than be to reed, BOSTON Js.
git em begun S ,
Bo* )tbirgs would *rttf down intimate that Mr. I r-, ST. Louis, Aug. 21: fA a : : &
Bat. Ithhufcbt like mil "tarnation Buchanan has any section. ; nusepapers an no nuthin dokyments as fas asa S 1 Was sired by the fiunons Racer Bostoo bjfto* plaD.aow 1IDdct -'.
Of oli ".&"'and "Brock's" renown.V al prejudices in our favor. I only mean to boss kood gallup without skasely ever stop, The Leavenworth Journal of the 17th ion, by Archy}'bis dam Sarah CBCfcrJ by noportftjl --". '.& S

-. say that he has none against us, and that we pin (tu take breth, an i kood heer the fellers' 'ftatesibit three hundred freesoilers, headed Zing; Orand dam by imported Margrave. He is Bl bcf due hat agvota ir cAchci..

Asa Democrat. gavejbis ViewExcuse -. may rely with absolute certainty on receiving sayin, wy i haint seen nuthin else in tb "" byrRrowndrove a colony of Georgians near a Mabogont Bay;.about fifteen bands high well p odeot oootribntori arf to bo Mot br 6iSif.
S bis ep ech, if rude, full into Missouri iheir'p.perty. formed, and ficely tnbseled. and was raised by James (. the order_/At Jreaturtr of WttUgto
lie lioxrs"fio **Abolition crew" justice, according the Constitution, at no nuthin papers sinse the kampane kom- jpssawattomie destroying Loog, the owner of Boston. In short is such a Horn al Jfonvnenl 8My, tadM_ ia a litter to,U* aa- _
Who'd.on the1 Sou/A intrude.He his hands. menced ecsept what that ole fellows reedin," ', as is seldom offered to breeder of fins stock b his '
Knowing your long laborious and faithful 'an tha begun to drap off an leen doun to-,' On the 15th the Treadwell settlement was section of country. AK ," ;: 'okMJU1T ATiig, _

dWnt ride" a Woolly Horse," adherence the fortunes of Mr. Buchanan, wards the dinner tabil. wcl! its a. long roe attacked. by1 four hundred freesoilers, and BOSTON, Ja, run the fastest Two Mile Rue 5-dtf / W..N.XS.

S fil more than' Le can swallow I have thought it proper to address this that haint eend the ole sent to Gov. Shannon for aid. The Gover. ever run over Cot! Thompson's track in Maryland .
no an mayjor
He told ma I my cap might "toss"- you got He stood two seasons b Virginia and all bit Colts Plantation for Sale :
He'd beLt.tbc" race" all hollow. letter, to give you assurance that you had thru his reedin an the knmpany wns invited nor called on.the troops, who refused to obey and active. .
were large '
not mistaken nam, nor failed in the tu dinner which kredit the him. if insured the Subscribers offer for sk their DtaUoo.IS
yosr performance wus a ta wins TERMS :-f 10 lor the Season $15 THE
Iadeed.be is a clever man, of a sacred and filial duty to the that got it up an prepared it. A fight occured on the 14th near Ossawat- Money, b either case, to be demanded should the of oak Nortb-aat hickory aod of Tallahassee pin land.M,OataIZting104I tk and,prodactivew -

To all be Las been kind; South. In doing so I violate no confidence. i remane your fren, tomie between two hundred freesoilers and Mare be traded sold or otherwise disposed of. 60 acres any in this part of L oo county. Tfcrfctreoo _
Jlong States-Den be bas led the Tan. truly friend twelve men-the latter in a fort. cents in each case to the Groom. and > .
Jind" Very your PETER JONSON. pro-slavery the premne* a Gin bones 5 SagtftaiU
But never goes it For further information apply to the subscriber.
A. G. BROWN.To Twenty.threE freesoilers were killed and H.H. BROWN. tad BoUen, dwelling houletca sod tta

Hurrah tar.c iefDut'Mnanl! Hon. S. R. ADAMS.TALLAHASSEE Ho\ D. D. BABXAHD.-This gentleman wounded. Quiocy, Fla, August 80, 1856. 35-Sm necessary out bouse 130 acres ::of had u dMrtd'.,
For BrecVmridge hurrah 1 late On the 16th attacked and in a good state of ealtivalion. god water ao
United States Minister to Berlin has Lecompton was by
abundance of the best of timber. Jt will suit for oo* ,
I _
The Jutl Bemocratio.'party, Hurrah I Hurrah ctji, Aug. 13th, 1856. Written! a long letter reviewing the political eight hundred of Lane's men. The United Notice. or two pUntatioM.Penoos .
nmc !
PERCY. Dear SirYour letter of the 26th of condition of the country, and of parties, and States troops having in charge Robinson, persona are cautioned against trading for a wishing to purchase will come and Me fur _

MoDtae1lG, Aug:I& 1886. June reached me ag I was; leaving home to closes by sayingthat be shall support Mr. Brown and others, surrendered without firinga ALL given by me to James R. Tucker dated th mt lves. We will sell lower than the tam,quality -

Fillmore.-Macon) "[tssenger. gun. Col.] Titus was absent at the time. first April 1868. for $810 payable first January of land can be bought eUewbeie.. ..

We have.lwaya been at a. loss to know why the engage in a canvass through the. counties ofEast The first paragraph of this -'long let.ter" His house was burnt. Mr. Clowes, editor of I 1857 as the consideration tor said note having failed. WM.GEO. E.H.FISHER FISHER;
very
Florida. You ask I will not the sum unless required by law. All
.ublie looked with a. mor* lenient eye upon the counterfeits me the Southern Advocate, and another pay 28-tf
person
contains the following language are also cautioned against trading for a note July 12, 1850.
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of.a popular medicine, than the counterfeit of 1st Do you not prefer, aud do you not believe were killed.It given persons by me to Wm. Budd payable January 1857 .
bank bilL -TVe think the crime of the former of a the American party of Florida preferthe The question then for the American peo- is reported that large bodies are organizing for $1300 u the consideration thereof having failedor Havana Cigars, -

Tnucii deeper'dye than the latter. He ous robs you election of Buchanan and Breckenridge pie is, whether the administration of Presi. in Missouri ; also that the pro.slavery partially failed I will resist the pavment thereof. H.GamWe best

of money vuly: ; the other oIboP1 money and health.e I to that of the Abolition or Black Republican dent Pierce, and the rule of the Democratic ; men intended to burn Lawrence on the 20th. ROBERT GAMBLE.. JUST cigars.received Call per and R. try titersMcDOUGALL 5000 qua1:
I party identified as they have been and are, Aug. 30, 185 I 35-2t
call &paa all Sood atitzens to denounce both the I candidates ? i & HOBBY.
and 2d. Should be elected and bhould it to with an attempt to force slavery upon one of Augnst18&. 31. .
seller manufsaiurer of such spurious trash. We j you S MLanesLJrer Pills _
the Territories of the United States by violence Just; Received
ascertained that Buchanan and '
S
f have been aspired that"Dr.M'Lane's Celebrated Ver- j Breckenridge lake Jackson PlaPlaiit
mifuge t.naLiver Pills have been N imitated and in I; will receive more electoral votes than Fillmore and fraud and at the cost of civil war, I' rm PARED BY FLEMING BK08. PER WILLIAM R. PETTIS :" .
and Donelson and that shall be extended and perpetuated in the per. PITTSBURGH PA. tion For Sale. :
a etv'ie well calculated to deceive. Our readers will I your vote for nHDS. Clear Sides
therefore J be011 their guard when they want either of t the latter gC'ntlemen.cannot elect them, will i son, and under the lead of James Buchanan. From the unsolicited testimony continually offered 10 3" Shoulders TFnot prtTJously disposed .j of. will be tol i, on tb *

: these valuable m dicioes. Fleming Bros,Pittsburgh, i you not cast your vote for Buchanan and : For one, I must say NO to that proposition." from all quarters of the country it is impossible to resist 1 prime Sugar I I first Tuesday fa DECEMBER next at the CourtHouse
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are the sole proprietors and manufacturers of tin?{reu- Breckenridge if you know that you can thereby Is it not strange that Southern editors will a conviction of the great-excellence of those Pills 1 Choice Cured Hams door in the city of T&Jl b. e. Twenty-two
2 Tierces Sugar Hundred and Four Acres oi but quality OAK and
vine article. Each wrapper. -signed FLEMING defeat the election of the Black Republican boast of the support of such men as Barnard, io all diseases of the Liver and Stomach. The follow 2 Lard, HICKORY LAND, belonging .to the estate of Dr. '

BROS. _________ or Abolition candidates, or prevent the and yet make no protest against their avowed : ing letter from Toronto Canada, is one of the many 1 .1 Oil, Whitebead. This is one of the best Cotton PlanUtioos -
election from going into tho House of Representatives the proprietors have received: 25 Bbls. Extra Family Flour. in Middle Florida; about .UM-talf cleared tad
Politics in Georgia-20,000 majority for ?rI free soilism ? This man is deadly hostile to 25 Superfine 0- under fence the remainder in wcods
ToRoNTO, April 27tL, 1854. ,
S Old Bock and Young Brcck. had but little the repeal of the Missouri Compromise. Nay 5 Syrup. The improTemeuU c Riilt of* comforUbla Dwell-
myself in MESSas. FLUIINQ BROS.
difficulty
comingto For Sale for CASH l hJ n
) A very4nte11ge' and reliable: gentleman, inz and geiiesMty out buildings; a good Overse
a conclusion as to the answers to be madeto more-he says there can be no peace in SIlLS:-I take this opportunity R. U. BERRY. gtibtaf .
ers house, Gin House Serf, uprn b .
says the Savannah: Georgian 4 Journal, your interrogatories,but considering the Kansas until the people, that is the abolitionists informing you of the benefits I bare derived from Aug. 16, 1856. 83 and twenty negro cabin, all framed bufldiogs, and ib _

: who has lately been travelling extensively inS importance. of the subject and the fact that I seut out by the Emigrant Aid Society, Dr. M'Lane'a valuable Pills. I have for two years Dissolution of good repair. -

Middle"! and Upper Georgia, \vritesas follows am acting in a representative capacity, I past been afflicted with a severe pain over the eyes, Co-Partnership. Persons wishing to examine this Plantation are referred
S deemed it to take time for consul are relieved fully and absolutely from the rrz partnership heretofore existing between John to Mr. Richard Saoixien,' oo the 1ae.. For
to on"o'f the editors of the Savannah Geor tation and necessary reflection, and shall presence and dominion of a foreign and accompanied with a nervousness and sense of dili: JL F. Brooms and Robert Heir in the weighing storage terms. feo* address the snbscriber. at Bertelia Coltun;
gian. Ho writes from Lafayette, under date now answer .ncsa; a malady beyond th power and skill of our and selling cotton business, ia this day dissolved bia county Oa.
your questions in as few words as possible. usurping g''ernment"the government established JOHN B. WHITEHEAJ
physicians to relieve and cure, caused, as far as I myself by mutual consent BROOME & HEIR. I
of 20th August: WlI.r objections to Mr. Buchanan are of tb<, by the Kansas bill If Mr Fillmoreis could judge.by a diseased state of the liver and August 14, 1856. 33 August 2. 1856._td -31 Executor. Ac. :
,: I: saw in the correspondence of the Republican gravest character,and I should deeply .
regret to judged by the sentiments of his Northern ..toma.c h. Some of the doctors tried bleeding, and Medical College of.Georgia
elecfibn
f of last,week from Chattanooga a S his over such a man as Millard Fill- New CoPartnership.ROBERT !
various other remedies tried but all in vain, for
statement "of tiie .brilliant! prospects of Fillmore more whom I regard as the first statesman of supporters, and no one else seems authorized were AOQCSTA,July, 1856.
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HEIR AND JOHN P. COLES have this
the disease still stuck fast At last I
i In this and Catoo counties, particularly the age, and the purest politician of modem to speak for him, what else can we deep-rooted a co-partnership in the business of THE TWENTY-FIFTH Course ofLectax ia

in the 9th, Catoosa and the upper part of times, and perhaps the only man who can conclude than that their opinions coincid, procured* box of your valuable Liver Pills from a weighing, storage, and selling cotton,and also to make I Institution will commence the FIRST MONDAY
Druggist! here, and feel, after taking a portion of them liberal advances cotton sent to their IN NOVEMBER N1fXT.FACULTY.. ;
the
this county, and I have taken pains to make calm troubled waters on whose turbid on enre. I .
with his, and especially when be joins them that the disease and painful sensation over the HEIR 4 COLES. : J
; eye
; special inquiry into its truth, and am assured waves the good old ship of State is now tossed.
S ; by gentlemen who know, and from my ownS Six years ago the waves of fanaticism ran in condemning the repeal of the Missouri ,: has almi Bt entirely left him. I will close by advi Angust 14, 1856. 33' 0. M. NEWTON M. D, Anatomy.
Restriction ? sing all those afflicted as I have been, to the L A. DUGAS. M. D, Surge,'.
of those I do hesitate and the procure
knowledge people, not high storm of disunion raged as violently 5' Plantation Goods I. P. GARVIN. M.D. Hate.ia Mod ca, llMiripevitct &..
: to say that so far from the bloody 9th"giving as now, threatening to engulph that I valuable medicine at once, and save much time and Baging, I and Medical JDJ'lprudmet: j

Fillmore two thirds, it will vote three ship with its valuable cargo, the Constitutionof The N. Y. Journal of Commerce, a strong pain with litfle expense. With sincere gratitude and GUNNY Rope. J.A. EVE, M.D,Obstetric and Disease of We- 9 i

fourths fur Buck and Breck. Large accessions the United States and the last hope of Democratic paper, says that, of the anti- respect. I remain yours, respectfully Cut Nails, all sixes, ruenandlnfunts.

are being made to the Democracy in freedom to the world. Providence which Know NQthing papers it receives from Penn GEO. W. RUSSELL, Toronto. Wrought Nails 6, 8, & 10, H.V.M.MILLER, M.D.P&yslology aDd Patholy-

this county, and not one known seceder.- has ever watched over our destines placed sylvania 21, with a circulation ol32,900j: are gy"! Purchasers will be careful to ask for 1 11'- Cotton Cotton Yarns.Osnaburgs gicalAnatosny.ALEX. MEANS.M.D. Professor of Cbemistrr.L. 1.. -

Among the recent accessions at this place is Millard Fillmore at the helm, who, with a for Buchanan and 41, with a circulation of LAXK'B: CELEBRATED YKBMIFUGE manufactured by Low priced Tobacco, D.FORD M. D, Institutes and Pnetiee o/if dtcine. -

H. B. Johnson, a man sterling character, master hand, steered the gallant, tnt storm 88,512, for' Fremont. \}'hat a miserable FLXMIXO Baos.of Pitlaburg, fa. All other Yer.mifugl:8 Tbomaston Lime I '

and fine talents and promise, and who was beaten vessel into the Harbor of Constitu- showing for Buchanan in his own State !- ,in comparison,are worthless. Dr. M'Lane's Potash-a superior article for making soap. B. F.CAMPBELL, K.D., Surgical, ComparatiTe.. (
and
the late President of the Know Nothing Coun. tional Stateequality.But Savannah Republican. genuine Vermifuge, also his Celebrated Liver Pills -ALSO- R.Microscopical CAMPBELL Anatomy., M.D,Deexxutrator of Anatomy '

cil at this place. He says the plank on whichhe earnestly as I desire and pray for the The Lancaster (Pa.,) Examiner say :- can now be had at respectable Drug Stores. None A small lot of Summer Clothing which we are selling S.B.SIMMONS D.D,Aatistaot Defixxwtntor. S

stood in the old Philadelphia platform election of Millard Fillmore, I unquestionablyprefer We have taken occasion within the last genuine without the tignatureof 33 at reduced prices. G. & J. MEGINN1SS.Aug. JURIAH HARRIS M. D, Proucctor to Profeawr
.
((12th sec.) has been taken out, and he hadto Buchanan to Fremont week to inquire into the political 'iews of FLEMING BROS. 16,1856. 33-6t Surgerr. 'r-

slip through. He is now doing good service Mr. Buchanan though not entitled to southern nearly all the opposition press in the State, Sold at all of the Drug Stores in Tallahassee and Notice.A City Clinical Hospital Lectures, and arapfc will be oppmtunitiee delivered regularly will be at sos.the t.

for our cause, and many of his old asso- confidence like Mr. Fillmore, is not the and we now say, advisedly that we know of by one agent in every town in the South. YOUNG GENTLEMAN from Virginia, well ded for the study of Practical Anatomy.Fees -

ciates with him. The gains in this county, candidate of a purely sectional party. Fremont but four that are advocaling the cause of grounded in Mathematics, with a good knowledge for the entire Coone.*..........$106 00

Catoosa, and Whitfield, on last year in my is the representative of fanatical Northern Fillmore and Donelson. We make this state. S of Theoretrical Surveying and Engineering, Matriculation Ticket (to be taken once)... 6 00 I

judgment, will be at least 500. Catoosa will sectionalism. His election, would be hail. ment advisedly, and on no limited informa OBITUARY. wishes ti obtain a situation in Engineering Corps For further particulaw, apply to
ed tion." At the residence of James L Hart of this or surveying party in the ', G. M.NEWTON, Deao..
county
go for Buck-mark it. I have been travel as an acknowledged triumpTi of the Abolitionists South July 19, l85& 29 .
ling for the last six weeks in Middle and Upper and as Mr. Fillmore has justly and What a miserable showing/or Fillmore in oo the 29 bit. Mrs.SJLKAB JOHSSOS, wife of Everet If tutor unsneeeafal provided I a this healthy location accept and of a sufficient situation i

S Georgia, and if I am not more mistaken patriotically said will lead to a dissolutionof the State adjoining that of his own residence! Johnson, aged 231ean.Valuable salary a can be obtained. He will:furnish the highest Notice.NOTICE .

than I have ever been in the signs of the times, this glorious Union, I cannot believe any The reader will observe that the Pennsylvania testimonials of chrt and evidee of qDaifetion U tareby given that application will be.

Buchanan will carry Georgia by 20,000, this southern man who has a'reputitionworth Fillmore papers, all told, number but 4, for teaching English branches, with Grek, to the Gesteral Assembly; of Florida. at a
is of based the that preserving would office at the hands of while the 21 mentioned above are only such Plantation for I tc: from D.M tD A.M, from University of its next Session for. charter for a Rail Road from
course upon presumption, accept Virginia, Joh M, U. V...Ac, Monticelio FU! to tile' Georgia line in Us direction of .
Buchanan to the Journal Sale. C. b adeiDl
as of
our friends do their duty in canvassing the such a party. papers go DILLARD. Tbomasville Ga. To be called the Monlic Uo and. '

State. The intelligent people of tAis country I therefore answer your interrogatories in Gommercc'in exchange. There are probably Plantation known as Cotton Land, belonging Aug. 16, 1856. S3-5t Tbomasville Rail-Road company.
properly regard it as an issue between Buchanan jthe affirmative and unequivocally; and with twice 21 others with which that journal does THE tbe estate of the late J hn W.Gotten,situated August 2, 18M. ftl

: and Fremont, and pat lots cannat j I perhaps a very few exceptions I am satisfied not exchange.-Savannah Georgian. ten miles North East oCT&1lahas6ee. is for sale. Tbe NoticeIS FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.-

liesitate. Crops are badly injured drought, j that in this, I represent the sentiments of the The Union published at Harrisbug, gives tract which contains is cleared.1790 On acres the of premises first rate are land Degroe, 1000 cabins of- hereby given that application will b made to the ORpWTH OF -1856. -

not B half crop can be gathered in this sec- !t American party in Florida, who wish to preserve the names of 81 papers which support Buchanan gin house and screw and other usual plantation General Assembly of tbe State of Forida. at its 1)UA Uaga, Flat Turnip Cabbage. Bect..tta;

lice." I this glorious Union which was cemented improvements all Si good repair. There is an abundance next Se8on. for a char for I Ri Rad. theTown LI just received, ,
which
in 21 of
by the blood of our patriot fathers. Pennsylvania, are of good water on the place. For terms of saleor Quincy o it vincinity, Georgia line AMES &LIVELY.

Letter from lion. A. G.i Brown. Your fellow Citizen German. other information apply to the subscriber in Talla in the direction of Baib dgf Gea to be called January 6. l8S4, 1. .
S hassee. E. R..GOTTEN Ext'r. the Quincy and Bubridg.Ri Rd *
WASHINGTON CITY, June 18, 1850.( JOHN. UNDERWOOD. Ang. 30, 1856. 35 Aug. 16,1858; 38-0 In Leon Circuit Court. To Fall Term 1856:
lIon. E. C. CABELL, Tallahassee, Fla. Extract from Cor. of the Missouri Republican.Kansas .
'Mv DEAR SIR1 congratulate you on Affairs. Rufos Herring, 1 Attachm nt'for $90 19-100. -
ihe nomination of your favorite candidate for PROCLAMATION.NOTICE Tax Collector's Sale. TB. V amount of Debt sworn to-
ST. JOSEPH, August 11. William G..Gaakios.) Bond boIlS!.
.
the Presidenc). FLUEIUT, GATJSDEN Kocsrrv, } be sold before the Court House door in the
Defendant and all others interested here-
are .
On at 10 o'clock WILL
Saturday night Judge THE
If -the nomination of Mr. Buchanan was August 23, 1856. $ 41 of Montcelo. o the 3d day of November notified of the institution of the above entitled
1
.acceptable tome at first, it is still more BO Mister Editur-In havin Lecompte adjourned his court Whitehoad, next, the folowin to wit: the E i of S E suit by attachment, and are hereby required to I
of
f' now-sin ca I have seen .im and heard him konsequence Kansas Territory, and will go to Atchisonj IS HEREBY GIVEN that an Election 4, Section 8, Township Range 3. N and E. Levied appear and plead to the declaration,filed in the ease
speak The committee,of which I was one, heerd that aul the kandidates wus gwine tu on tbe Lucas this morning to begin his term ef President and Vice President upon a the property Richard C. rab. and sold within three months from., this date aa required by 'S
S i bee at bfore i there to-day. I do not know that I ever sawa of tbe United States will be held at the usaalpre- to satisfy the State and County Taes law. G. K. W A.L1i.EBl -
waited on him at his residence to give him : Chattyhuchy day sturdy, in MORRIS D.W.OWYNN.AttysfurPlff.[ -_ _
cincts the several Counties of this Stateon TUES- JAE
officer with
formal and official notice of his nomination ; konclpded i wood go up an help make out judicial preside more dignity; DAY the 4th day of November promo returns Ta A8 and Collector July 19, 18 6. 29-Sm &
and in I impartiality and ability, than he did duringhis be mado in the and time for Jefferson County. -
the name of 'National Democracyto the kroud an git tu see aul! the kandidates, thereof to manner prescribed
request his acceptance of it. We foundS recent sitting. by law. The number of Electors to be chosen is Aug. 16, 1856. 33 FLORIDA INSTITUTE.w.
but when i got thare i wus sorry tu asser- Some of the indictments against political

him open, frank, and wholly undisguised in tane that .bothe kandidates fur guvner wus offenders were quashed for informality, some three.In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my MEDICAL NOTICE. Y. PEYTON, A. M. PresMeat, S
the
expression of his sentiments. Mr. Ba. band, and caused to be affixed the Seal of the (AssimD BT CoMTirbrr Paonaeou.)
continued and few of tbe defen -
chanan said, in the presence of all who had sick an koodent be thar. The fust thing were some [SEAL.}State of Florida. Don nt the Capitol in the exercises of this titotion
Drs. & Maxwell will be resumed -
dants and threw themselves Taylor
assembled,' and they were from the North that tuk mi attenshion was the no nuthings plead guilty upon City oC'I'aThhAaaee, this Both day of August, THE Monday the 6th daV of October next at. 9
antUbe South, thb East and the West, that anuther the mercy of the court. Not one went to A. D. 1856. JAMES E.BROOME HAVING formed a co-partnersLip, offer their ser o'clock, A. 4.It
skeered axin
alookin
he'stood tIle Cincinnati platform and en- mity an wun a jury upon its merits. Those who threw Governor of Florida. the public of Tallahassee, and its vin- is important that Stodebta entering then should _ _
upon aint mirik gwine tu bee heer ?" an when themselves upon the mercy of the court were By th. Governor. Attest:- t cinity. be present on the first day of the session. S
dotted it. lIe
Jus' remarks every part on its of slavery features teas explicit, saying in tha anserd no, tha wood si an look mity! sol- fined in BO moderate a sum as to satisfy the F. L.Secretary ViiixriGBK of Florida. T&ase. Au.9.1856. 32 Sent copyReformMedical entire The course COLLKCIATX of Ancient DzrAanrxirr Languages embraces Mathematics a full and and ,S.

that the -slavery issue teat the absorbing element lemkolly. exskuse me fur usin big wurds-i i most vindictive and fanatical that Judge Le- Au 80, 1856. 35 the usual English touches,langfal in Southern Colle '
in tIle compte was above tbe influence of petty pre *** All the papers in the State copy until day of College The Labntopy is with and
canvass. He recognized to its kant help it tho i ginerally tri tu rite plane. ges. supplied a new _
fullest extent the judices, and would, under all circumstances election, and send bills to Comptroller s office. aoo, Gi-Ct. splendid se l of Apparatus &ih Charts,Maps,Ac
overshadowing importance
\V Tel l thinks i this mister mirik must be a The PKIPAJIATOBT Dxr*JtTxaxT will embrace all .
and all even-handed
to parties dispense jastice. Annual
Eighteenth Course Lectures in this
of tJtat.issue, and elected, he would makeit THE
the studies in flcboois
trump kard, but i purty sune foun out thare Bible Meeting will commence on the first Monday, taught High and Aeadeimea.-r- I
Ac-great aim of his administration to settle Great attention
to th
paid )morals and ooedoct of
in November next, and close the first .
of March
sumthin wus-tu bi shot i stukso Capt. Wood moved down to Atchison 0 day
the'question upon such terms as should give wus pa a long THE Ninth Annual Meeting oftbe-tLeon county* 'following. Having received two from Students.

L P&c8':1nd safety to the Union, and security klose about home i had got behine the yesterday with his company of dragoons to' Society, will be held in tbe M.E. Church the State of it is in 8ndownent a splendid EXPENSES 'Or fi !
the court there. This is sad necessity 'in this place on Sunday the 7th September next. Geri
tb'-'tha:South. lie spoke in terms of decided times. i foun out that altho he protect : College ,wit Preparations, Spec- The Tuition Fee I&er
Branches
Bone philmore, VTbe exercises will commence at i put ..10 o'clock A. Apprt for the lift 00
bat I to that I think the and
Aomtticniation of the Kansas bill and as had bak frum he had am happy say conducted by Rev. ,S. P. RICHAUSOX Agent of moa Hoptl fo Clinical Instct For the Common Eqgliah Branches, 00
under
the
gist lately a
got urop for it is Cada
occasion Faculty.
iIAedl'depreea.ted the unworthy efforts of passing away. There was ', tbe American Bible Societ,. The attendance of all 'Contingent Expenses. . 1 00
sectional-agitation to getup a national con- fa days bak taken a trip with his fren do 'el-* 1 perfect order and observance of the:law at, ,/riendlr to the'cause is desired and expected. from New York and other cities. Board can be obtained the city at moderate rales. 5

S .flagcatipn.-on ,that questiop. After the son up salt river, but what wus.wurst still he Whiteh'ead, and ,country is enjoying a inorj By order of the Ex. Com. FACULTY. Payable quarterly in advan je.
pas- entire peace than it has ever known since tfce 'AtteatE.: L. T. BLAKE. See. I,. ANKSTON. M. D, Professor of PLysMoey and For a Catalogue, or further information address D. '
juga of compromise measures of .1850, tuk shippin in kanetukky so that the konclu- ofthe first introduction aid .ug. 30, 1856. 35 [Sent Copy. Pathology and Materia Medica. :B.Cljytoo, Assistant Tails haafes Florida.

thff-Kansas Sill was, he said, necessary to shion wus urresistibil tu a fellers feeling that and period influences. foreign. 'J 4 J. COXE K D" ProfeBlOl'of Priocipt l and rra tf.jce Auguit2,186& 314t

Territories harmonize,aur and legislation he expressed in reference his surprise. that the phOmore was takin was than skot with the -# Staple Dry Goods and Gro M. S. THOMSON of Medicine,aDd M.D Thcra TrossoV.. t't. -,'-' i lnc, d A Plantation for Sale.
.J, VDaw an ,
'peepil. it wus reported that da that pbilcn re Georgia Colony] ,Burnt by Free Sellers Diseases 5 01 Woi.a AU' _
ceries. .,.nnldren. '.
ifcere should appear, ,anywhere an organized L N'.TJ' HIS A flTu.edw'.enM print*,.u .. J
bppoiition to. he Ka.nsas bill, after the general had kum doun an en i wns a no nu thing! i Southerners Taken Prisoners, Ac BARK GAMBLE" I t..Ao.At< M. D, Pro of Chenmtry. Bo t_ fls Wt .

aWprfelenee which the whole country had shood be glad ef it wus so, i shood hate to i' RECEIVED selected Stock ofDr Goods., a**large _. rtarmacy and Microscopy.L East of Tallabasse'eOntaiu8g low HIa .4qCreI of." t,
A. M M.D Professor of excellent Oak and
COMINGS. Anatomy jiiokorr and
wjf *sed In the measur-si of 1850. hav him beet was than skot was enny boa.philmore In camp one mile from Kansas. Shoes and Halt Cheap. > MDj o-' *oots, and Surgery. dred and fiftr of whiob 1&'!edsr, pias Ce1tfpt;, QM b. .S .
!t .
S S After that peaking of.Kansas and theiUUb ortent to leere till bukhanin sends Near Westport, Missouri.August J. R. LLOYD.GROCERIES. 0 A. LOCHRANE, Esq.M. D. Professor Medical Tbs? fzt on tbs pmai_ aeuottj4'4 dvsl&tgor
10, 1856. p 1r- Jurisprudence, Comparative Anatomy and boots and I _
passed to Comparative ,
a1&y Mr. Buchanan oar necessary ClOt koftw .
ry him his kard with his kompliments that he !gtibOns p' _ _
r ig-n'-policy; He approved In general Tim Conolly has just arrived her* from, I : .. Physiology. and sertw. Tnrsts U well w andgood _

term of the Cincinnalti, retolutumi on thu will bee at home in the white hous arter the Baptists Paola, and reports tj! t **. Java Coffee, Rio Jo, Fulton market Beef in bbl& TERMSEntirefeesfortieketito health enjoyed on the pUr Sij To; tepos of- s&ls- ..top-. _

Bat said that while enforcing our -forth of next march. wel when tha begun tugit Colony. has been b ; i Georgiaand and i do. No. 1 Mackerel, Pickled Salmon Pickled Lectures.% ..$100Matriculation ply to ti subscribed. G4.t._ i I I.May24,185
tvljecL J1 nuRL'BOUCL
0 atari Clams Halibut,- (ooce only)... ,
Sardines, Lobsters 5
.for the the dimerkratskiamed
:6wn'policy we uust&tifl times *crnpuloaslj reddy speekin Cant.P'. _? oy the Free S ilei's, $. 21 fJoD
Dryed Beef Tongues, Schydam Schnapps Raisins Anatomical Ticket...... ........%. 10 ,
regard thfifjast' rights and proper policy. of the appointmint for judge hawkins, T" .. aggart and. Cook, and Maj. Figs, Lemons BHa. Nuts Filberts John An. Payable invariable b cash in advanc*, at the opening S S .

-e&tionL'. He-was'not opposed territorial bat the ho nathins looked so sik an .J-..* ..eadwell, of the Alabama volunteers hare deraoo chewing Tobaeoo, Ruff and Ready, Twist do, of the session. Graduation fa, payable before 4xamioation. yXoneyp! <

: .xteodoa*. All other acquisitions had hard an had sich a pore ka ". ,. u sodimerkrats I.been taken prisoners. They were at.IJickp-i i and. Sundries cheap for Cash. 1 Cash!II! Cash!Ml!! |W, WiTE'T-OR. t r _
Our i Saun- J.R. LLOYD. For partieulari addjeu any member of the Faculty, ;
S 7bee 3aHj4cadfcbaorably made. ne- giT.w- --e to defen the .Point and were driven from thereto S I -
IU tp.maJce other ae- speech bar the closin Z "' In Store a Large Assortment of Western Maeoo.Ga. 4 CASK3ri4es' -
r.I ma let em i .. ,(- i Aug.. 1858. 82 I. w. .:
1"."' r---' -'..ue"11...tM-' ..7I'c.aWry acuititit of gist; .._ ufig.spbke nat. an i tell yon he Major Hiokl .hAS'ju't, alived! / and, eon. Country Produce.S. $5" S1lA4Ii I. I

.fJlJll',_ zI.tAh iDcu }aer.. I 1 .itpeditiiteintusfblleriaipltepvanl firmed Tim Conolly's report.ty'j. Bacon Sides Ribbed NEW BOOKS. 2 : *i1isbt_.. .' S

*;..VTnenerwnec '1' fid fcoqd do to keiep.itpat gir us sum uv We start immediately for the territory.dif 'S. ." Clear" 4 J 0.' =. .5 5- -TL.: :::.,
Vf could'fortaklugft ) .the didint tell the abolitionists may pjj ,. SbooUers; TUT REORIVED per R.H.Gamble assortment .: TitfCII -. -'i .
ot 4thb4lin&oiw, bol1. frefes. .nr no nuthinisra, ,but be we meet you Cured Hams ao T. _- '
Sugar 2 BbIL 'otl <
D.; ;; he" added bJe terma ftwilj he as'tiir au| ;the rate fur thare was sum ole line upon our doing oar duty, or dying in'tiie' si- Plain M S lalea Trarsls of new 4a poblkations. ., comprising 1to,.. S : ,<' ..1ii,; S

tmible be whigs on.L the gronud. that made up thare tempt. '*- v Mess Pork No. 1 Warranted. Mia Mamy-s UniUd Bute. 10 WII.i, '"
that S .
$aetou ifj would fodqoe me to mines tq go far old buk. next kara mr. uSief; ;Molt of the ladies of the company, hare .,. Lard Whiake/, Ae. Th Complete Works of Webster and Calhoun oft Uos.U) Wb1 .. ". ". '''''1-. ta .

proathrBP.bg.or aTsorwnent that; \ would,I fcrlo- rJ" reorer no nnthin. kandidate ;far kongris. i needent .i I been left at S,*. .! OU11. CheapkrOsht.CablIby .1. Rb LLOYD. A Child's History of the United States, .tiI 3LI.1'q, '..",. .. :
trn h' J' I SiestA 4 .
.i .to" o ar.._,_ coantry" M',1 .... or AnJ d komment& q' his speech fur it was purty nlaut Mr. A. Lewellen, of Richmond.7.*. tl| 'q.. 1, ., 18S8. *$-2t 'Iba1b1t.Ewtaw. 'I .G..L.XJ.J..1'14.' ,. S $

the t interview aimed at the farreners, an thare werntfloe with os,'has been chosen second. corooandin t' .1.'IAft..Old Dcninio' ," I 'a .; M'..-h..'. S
B U-&ian51atd *"lL ,-Mr" Captain Roster's :t. 1 ;: tlce.ra The Foragers; S ':. .. .toO.Sick -, ., : I
V : playfully, but in we P8JeDce I kood aetba1? 'be4 was like'!' a'mktrihat had company.. '- KANSAS.: Council Balwer and Dieksas b paper'eomPlet. ... aio..l4W : ; -
0 Esswbcj 4dWlOe, IfI5c4Jezeiiru. Yours i vHf be reci'ed 0Dt .August !5th :! 4' to&al EA ... JfI11"k.. .,uQ6e. :. .
I pciMB arid
gone so ftteirf.a rocfc kourse"Jhat'ha Vis le ,,. Leaomg"th '. _.I '> '
.i.U: I- in rl-Jzitmecf. tW.tC: kwondarrV. to.no'"which, wood b c&eepest Richmond, who left here with the Petersburg S the City:aDd _its c-=;balancs of tbts ra st Lbweod. --S. =, ." ; ;

t hfPreik i'j1iin j ,talt to .arri-the bak.or go on. judge bawkfos next: company & few weeks -juncey J B7 der ., C, 80N..Cfrk. G7*M f ea11. McDOUQ AU,4 U j.i r r&e S
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ff. : f\IEWCQOD. BAUUE & WHTTAKEE, TO THE PUBLIC. mpoftant to :Housekeepers, For manufacturing Lacour's Improved Liquors, Cordials Process, Effer ve-oa, "'' .' 1 'Dr. Mr;L: ifES;


i General Commission Merchants, I DO CERTIFY that in the year 1854, I visited FARMERS AND FRUIT GROWERS. Beverages Vinegar, Bitten Syrups CEiEDRATEDVERMIFUGE-

.: d HN PRATOEIOUS Dr.,W.Moseley's Infirmary at Griffin Ga, for the; Essences,Wines, Ac.

> NEW PORT. FLA. purpose of obtaining relief of a very painful and distressing ; -0- ALL KINDS or UQCOE CAS BZ _ttTAcruaEroa 12 TO

L'j'I. F MERCHANT TAILOR! the interest of Mr. THOMAS OASCEE of the nose and eye. My nose was Air-Tight 60 CENTS res. GAlLON 14 AMD
purchased Arthur's Patent
HAVING all entirely before I visited the Doctor, besides
:, (of the late firm of RICHABDSOX t gone A Nt>UTLAY oft will furnish the apparatus for LIVERPILLS.
:i. Dealer In Ready Made Clothing cudGentlemen's a very deep ulceration on my cheek and about my L Frtsh Fruits and Tmna-
-- WUll'uxn9 tender to our friends and the public CANS fat preserving _CJL converting Whiskey and Water into the stronf- _
) I and proud to that Dr.
Furnishing Goods. our services in the Storing Buying, Selling,Receivingand eye. am hnppy say Mosely; Winter U*t. This article so extensively est Vinegar in 86 hours at a cost oftwo to three cents Two of the best
did relieve and bad it not been for "reparaUonaotta.eAI
1 me,
my having to" States 'last .
;; _._ Forwarding of Cotton and Merchandize. used in the East and Northern season gallon. t
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cold per
.1 To our friends and.patrons we return our sincere expose myself to very extreme bad weather, I' will be introduced to the citizens of Tallahassee and The only vessels necessary for this purpose are
rF n nffi3L do believe that I would have had no return of the V
i thanksJor the patronage heretofore extended us, and disease. I visited tbe Doctor second time and he surrounding country fcy the undersigned who bus now Wine of Whiskey barrels. The'.ubetances with which They are not recommended

:' SPRING AND SUMMER hope "our attention to their interests, in future to relieved and far the various the exclusive right to manufacture in this vincinity for they are filled, for tbe purpose of making Vinegar .
me again so as
i eports
1 i merit a continuance of the same. about Doctor's; the coming season. It is only nejeasary to call and can be found in any of the forests of America. ,as Universal
JT CASSIMERES. ,WHITAKER. the injuring or failing to relieve me, examine these articles and the recommendations of the oHbi.
-. CLOTHS AND P. K. BAILLIE FLETCHER Persons without slightest knowledge bus
? they are positively false. As regards Dr. ,
f .* New Port Fla., July 1st, 1850.gg" skill in the Treatment of Cqnctrs I know of Moseley's I the persons who have used them to be convinced that incas are led imperceptibly into the process of mAnufacture Cure-all, 'but limply for
no
e' V I AM now receiving an extensive assortment of Physician they arc the best, most simple and economical articlefor which is by no means corn plicated.'

V Clots Cassimeres Vesting. Drap d'Etc White : Having disposed of my interest in the late him. in As the SURG world EON that nnd I would PHYSICIAN sooner rely on than the purpose ever offered to the public. They can This work is to be found at No. 60 Camp Ktreet what their name
V a ,hc is equal I. ..
Brwn ad Fancy Linens, Whit and Figured Mar firm of Richardson A Wbitaker to Messrs. JJ.iillie A to in the Southern States and I to. be iwea by the most unskilful person without the and at tbobook store No. 48 St. Charles street opposite pur

.' seilles, all of which I am prepared to make up on Whitaker, would tender my thanks to my friends aud any that I found him to be ; am happy and slightest_ risk of fD.ilure.Purchasers the St. Charles HoteL Price f 2 per copy. This
gentleman
a
:; short notice iu the most fashionable styles aud on reasonable pay perfect t3? are supplied with a circular containing be ports. V V .
; I patrons for their former kindness, and confidently recommend Pl'iilanthropisl, and advise all persons afflicted with amount (two dollars) can sent per mail in gold! t
full and reliable directions for fruits
:: terms. to their favour and successors puttingup and the work sent return mail purchaser must enclose
: support my per The
I and
Cancer the DOCTOR VERMIFUGE
to visit as noon as possible the whole
and in these Cans
tomatoes placing for
;;., -ALSO- I! in business. T. J.M. RICHARDSON. have their health restored. RANSOM COOPER. conveniently within the reach of housekeeper.A process. 20 cents iu stamps to pre pay and Register the ,
every
:-.- A LARGE AND WELL SELKCTKD STOCK OF I I July 26, 1356. SO Rome. August SOth, 1855. large supply of these Cans will be constantly keptin Book. Address HENRY WALTER & CO, Publishers; expelling Worms from

\ t:W T1 Mr. Ransom Cooper signed the above in my -lore. Persons wishing to supply themselves should I
; READY-MADE CLOTHING
." lfew Orleans, La.
i
THOMAS VIIITE prescuce. THOMAS PERRY POll 2Ta>tcr. the fruit ;is at hand. the human
,: .: Consisting in part of Cashmerette Frock and Sack Rome, August SOth 1855. apply immediately season near and I I 3T: The great value of this work has been sufficiently system has
the
sold 1e
All Cans undersigned
are mll by war-
t t- Fancy Colored Frock and Sack. Drap d'Ete Frock, I proved by its adoption ns a text book by the
and Sheet Iron WM. P. SLUSSER. .
Sack and Business, Alpacca Sack and Business. White I MANUFACTURER Copper ranted eafe. I various liquor manufacturers of the city of New York. alsb been administered
in all kinds of Plain and Fan-
Awful Case of b 185&I .2Z
Cancer
I and Linen Black D and Cured. 13J. i
Brown Fancy Coats. Tin Wares, takes pleasure in informing the citizens:
Cassimere Pants White and Linen cy Tuia is to certify thai Col. S. H. with the
Summer Fancy Harris of Crawford most
( -
(Tallahassee and the surroundingcountry, that be !snow This work will be found to supply the dealer in liquor satisfactory'results
Pants. White and Fancy Marseilles V(5t. Fancy and j county, came to me in the year 1851, with a Cancer Piano Fortes.1XTE w'tth
.
prepared to wait on all that wish to patronizehim ?, wine, vinegar, Ail, a thorough teacher and
;, Plain Silk Vests. Shirts, Collars, Cravats, Undershirts, j on his chin, of fourteen the chin- various
years standing, t
in his line of business. He also tenders his thanks 1)wno guide amid all the varied and intricate proccsaess of < animals
Drawers, Gloves Hosiery. &e I bone and salival glands had all become much arc prepared to furnish .
to his friend and the very this business.V. 0. Pi'avune.It .
?, public for the '
JOHN PRAETORIUS. generally very diseased and his constitution nearly ruined. Mr. Harris rn TT1 Fortes, of the very beet quality subject to Worms.
liberal patronage with which he has heretofore, been rcrc A w,-:* "t supererogation to praise a bookofMons.La.our's
V April 19. 18. G. 16 had been under the treatment of many eminent upot the most liberal terms.
favored, and he that continuation of the The volume before
a '
hopes same us lS
physicians, aud among them was the great Dr. Shepard They are second to none in any country either as Writh. I The
will be granted him. remarkable for its complete. ;: *** the exact practical LIVER PILLS for
of Cha'lcston and also, the celebrated Dr. Marshall to nuality or price. ,
: lIe will constantly keep on hand a full supply of all of Macon, who treated his case twice without Lvcry Instrument will be warranted. directions which it gives. Old maT11"10n? wlll the

I sorts of Ware usually kept in an establishment of his removing the disease. He finally wont to Dr. Mar. MILES NASH & CO. find all of the old modes entirely supers ": TIulle cure of LIVER COMPLAINT -
line of business.
Ii A full assortment ofShcet Iron, t-hall, as he informed me, the third time, and he refused February 23, 1856. 8 of tbe old formulas would appear as the "fo.03.

,i and Sheet Lead ; Lead Pipes; Sheet Zinc, Cistern Pumps, I to do anything more for him. Soon after that time folly" in the presence of the new ones suggested iu all BILIOUS DE-

I, tion.a great many other articles too numerous to men- I Mr. Harris heard of the many wonderful cures that I Qu.in.in.e.JUST this work. One of the principal .ol ects appears to be .I

had made, and visited me at Griffin, as a last resortI to avoid, as far as possible the use apparatus or RASGEMENXS SICK HEAD-

NOTICEOF TO BUILDERS. commenced treating his case, and in six weeks the received 600 OUNCES Slllpll Quinine, expensive (to tbe operator)appliances of any kind in ,

: Tin Roofing. Guttering, Copper and Tin Conducting I' Cancer was all removed and,1 the sore nearly healed. f Brand, together with a great variety the manufacture of liquors &.-Xew York Times. &C.Purchasers

Pipes Ac., all of which he promises to do in the most This case was seen and witnessed by more than live of pure Chemicals. AMES k LIVELY. This vulume contains the art of preparing and putting ACHE, .

: Lands : \voik-mau-like; manner and;! style, and of the best ma hundred persons. I have the Cancer now in my possession April 5, 1856. 14A I up thc whole list drinkables, from a choice pipeof V
Withdrawal of inV will}
teiial hol notice and --- ----- -----.- please
I on t test most icusonable terms ,.and any person can sec it calling my of l: veon: Otaid Dupuy of the vintage of 1795, to a simple .
: Having been engaged for the last eight years in face, 1:1: m Uriuin. This case was witnessed by pud economical manner of making cider without apples -

FLORIDA AND ALABAMA. business at, this place: he thinks it unnecessary to i iceomincnd THOMAS JONES of Jriflic.. SUPERIOR article for Table use. Just received by fermentation. A friend has applied the recipe i be particular to ask for

...._- hi-nself: any further to the public as legards! Dr. J. D. MARTIN A by AMES A L IVEL Y. for converting 28 gallons whiskey into 40 gal
0 [ his capabilities as a mechanic but at the same time he E. W. WIIJSON Ions with the most Dr. C. McLane's Celebrated
April 5, 2856. 14 satisfactory results. The latter
of the act entitled Au act granting
I ... ,. ,, .
IX pursuance j ns'ures\ll that him with call work i. I II
lavor and |
V public lands, iu alternate sec'ions to the States.of a good F. CREXSIIAW, I quality does not possess an equal amount of intoxicating i

Florida and Alabama: to aid in the contrlcliol of |' cheap prices. I I do certify, that myself, and many others of this I Flower Jars. |,: properties to the former;though the 40 gallons I VERMIFUGE and

certain railroads i ia said :11t,1- approved 17th May, : IIa\ing removed from the old stand formerly knfiwn ] plhco. were eye witnesses to the above stated case, I LARGE assortment of Flower Jar, various SiI| was of much finer color; taste and odor.-JYeia YorkJItehanie.
j as White i Slnsser, he will be found at his: .tnud cor- aud that Mr. Harris left perfectly well. : LIVER PILLS
fifteen miles
1856 all the lands lying on each j j ze?, Just received and for sale bv j prepared by
side of the fMlowiraj railroads and branch named: in I I Del" of 200( foot street, whore he will be glad to wait A. II. HATIOGriffin -?. AMES'A LIVELY. This much talked of book is at banJo It contains a I ,

Sad act, to. wit : From St John's river at'Jacksonville on nil his friend} TnOL-\S WHITE. I May, 1.1, 1852.I I April, 1S5.. ]l-l II I mass information that is perfectly astonishing, and Cuft Clf
V Dec. I, S53. 4SNEW i ij ____ could only have bcen acquired from actual observation. (
to the waters of Escarnbia IVnsaeola
bay near ; I @)\o_
from Amelia Island, on the Atlantic to the water? c.f --- -- -- j jI j To the Afflicted ,.of all Coi Jiioiis. I HidesWanted.. j jAAA If you wish to see ingenuity 8PpIicdlook in acppj of 1.9.\t'\l\\1 fl .

Tampa bay: with branch to Cedar Key, on the j GOOIS.TOWLE ) Lacour on Liquor. Practicabihty'appears to have been
!
: j j I do certify that I was mo;t horribly afflicted! with : BEEF IIIDES Wanted fur whiIchitl.e
Gulf of Mexico: (except the Tampa bay portion uth I t\J\J\J the design of the author. No delays are necessary to SOLE PROPRIETORS Pitts-
1 I & MYERS |] a Cancer on my upper lip which caused me pain in highest price will be paid. Also Deer ascertain the results of an application of I I ,
of with the Ced.ir branch and from a recipe.-
; junction Key :( j describahle. After trying the. skill of all the most and Otter skins. DAVID C. WILSONTuhlahasseeScptcmber |

V Pensacola Flnria. to Montgomery: Alabama: have, 4 RE now receiving by recent '| twin i lit I'hyt.ians that 1 could hour of, and that 29, 1855. 30 j We speak from actual tlb..ervation.-Plitl. U1f. I,! burgh, Pa. and take no
This work will '
by this office, been suspended from j ; J. X. arrivals from ;ew-Yek.afa,; .hand ; without 1 ----- __ revolutionize the present style ofmnanuf.icturing !
A :-1 relief gave case as hopeless, all'I. as !
up my
t sale and 10tif until further orders. I ::TVV 1"HaJJ! well selected: stock of :; I tl.tiu.rht. with loath staring: mo in the f.'e. nut for- A. n. CLARKE i Lacour's book liquor for ?.-N w York JJiralJ. \!I other, as there are various
Given under hand: at the General Land Office instructing in I the art of making :J
my : V/alehcs: and Jewrlry, l; lunatfly for mo, I heard of Dr.) W. IL Moseley's great '
at the City Washington, this | and bottling ttH-rvescing temperance beverages, liquors !I other
V twenty.tLirJday MERCHANT TAILOR
of May, 1856. : i I Consoling t jjontlojncn's gold hunting l levers, Iadie] success III the ticatmcnt of this disease, and. as a lost wines, and pure vinegar for thetableghiould be preparations now

THOS. A. HEN DRICKS Commissioner. .' gold levels silver lever hunting anchor lopino and I II I'C'i.1 t. I placed! myself under I his,: treatment, and in one DJ.UEK: ix HIAUY'Lun; CLoThING AND in the hands of every housekeeper in the .'
j country.- before
Juie7.185-J. 23 quarlier Watches : Cameo, Mosaic, Coral and all gold month from the time he commcued, I was perfectly (IBXTLKMK.N'S Funxisinxi GOODS. The copyright forbids, or we would give our reader the public, pur-
j I bo"om pins :11.1 1 can ings iicckLwe. gold and I jM Sound, :.nI 1 have been su ever since. I this of '
----- jrt cru, morning, some the moat valuable recipes that
I TOW receiving at the well known old! stand forI I I t
Notice ,:, :. bosom pins mJ. lockets for hair and d\_'I'tnov' ELIZABETH JINKS. J-i I ever appeared in print. How so much information can I|j porting to be Vermifuge

IX months'aftcrdat*, we will prescntour.vcouiit*, ', types; gold :1\01 I.'tlr ltrncdds ; ;i r'e aoitmeiitofne i I Lulti County, Ca:Mny 27, 1846. merly occupied by Clark A Stillman a general. i be given for two dollars is the most astouif bing feature '
S" assortment of ior Mace Furnishing
Supei Ready Clothing :
Touchers Ac, to the Hon. Judxf Probate of .. r'in! iunoud: r'tv, pearl! anl i-tt't. J1J"x IIntlt i Goods, Cloths, Ca ILimilton !f t'tial Mitleinont the ;I t corudau ..'ger Horrible Ca of Cancer Cured : LACOI'R Liyvoa. This is '
CUt y. 'r a of ctate rings ; IjcntlCllll'u's JimJlJUlf'! ; j M- in of the following articles I o.v the mod complete

of Stephen. late of r. .i i i'! Coun'v. dl-Cl'lSI"1: and slccv... bnttna TlaI", oariu-o; onyx aud cornelian ; a |! IJY DR. W. 11. MOSELEY M. D.I I Fine Black part Dross Frock Cat : j work on the manufacture of liquors that we ever met others, in : comparison
a. be ; f 2i ; 'i.ty < g.bl \'I't. guard for
::ai. ( : do certify: that I wn for many: years bodily ufilic- j I B'ack! and Col'd Single Breasted Frock and
"JAMESGILL. } : chain! *, !eails. kf\s, gold! ar.d -iver pen and pencil Case :: ted with!: C.iurt r on niv Lip and Chin, I tried, :all the Business1! Coats, making every variety of liquors wines,cordials, bitters, I, with Dr. MCLANE'S, are

WILLIAM !DAS>ET, .f F ti.I'd !< |: ", and gold .i\tr! and tt.-el sMccJaelcs": gold and silver remedies I c uM h-\ir of, but found no relief. I finally 'I Fancy Ca l*iin ?'re do. do. do :, syrups vinegar, Ac. The work is published by subscription"
,. Il1. 1s:; .;, ; : the subscribers dealers and worthless.
thimb'.er-!
; are impol ttrs of
:
---- - _. i hinrdf 1 Hr.) W. M-jHf-ley's great success in the "RInck and Colored Cloth Overcoats, I "
--- j
in this Tbi alone
Fine Cutlery ami Ixtias. ; treatment: nf C-iicir aflectiona, and M-'itcd !him at I Black Doeskin Punt VL' liquors city. would speak more in

SOOBoxes Mullins Tobacco: i i"FV3 Diiini-r aiv.l 1'1 caHL l ki.ivca without f, ik", knives (;iritiin.: and m the course (-fix weeks he: had tins Can- I Fancy and Cord Cusimre Pants, favor of said.the reliability\. 0. JJtlta.of the work tIanuld be otherwise } I, The GENUINE McLane's
I -
be received during; the i.-ioi.ihs of Se.frinb f and f"ik ui s-etLs, carveis ;.nd 5tctl single, tine jwkI Cir :.iein-iM'1.l I would advNc all that are atlhct.-d Black and} Fancy Silk Vests I March 1. 1&56.

JL auJ October. next, 4 (O'jO' B.>SP$ (.Mulling assorttt. '; cutcTehcars.! } I'ci4I.rs aud lazurs ; fi; e clouble! i with; : t the disease, to \'i"it him and! have tl.eir health h Fancy Velvet (10.'I i --- '- -- -_ -9-Gin- -- -- Vermifuge ,and Liver

.' Tohacco. At a price Ks tutic.iij! be purc.aed! } barreili/d laminatedled :>nd r-tub twist gun?, Com'iion : rc>tored. lIe j i.. I b3, <'iiJ all kind of doubt, the mot do. Ca;". lo. Cashmere-f, I Quit Drinking Poisonous Liquors !

in Sew..YoiJc! or any other N..rthem marbt )1:1\-| giv.ir, sbot pouches ">f various: i pattern;, fine niiilC"rn111041 skilful Canc-.T ,doctor in the Southern -ll t"8. White: Marsailles do. I). D. | LACOUR'S PATPLVTIMPROYED PROCESS ; Pills can now be had at
;
have triei.' It tV.sous ,.J ire and expressed thtI: >cv,:'s powder Il.l ks. clt-aniug rod"i 1:1.: '. caps and: | Cherokee (Co.. Ca.: EMAXL'EL DOMIXGAS. -ALSO- For all
I : wsd ; KH-MU.MKS! : -Dr.) J. I D. Martin, (Griffin (ia. Dr.) J. A fine 1ueortrnent.fShiirts.Cllars. Cravats Black j making kinds of ail
batisfied (.f the f_'d. It others do the ame. T. the vad c-utttra, and mat'ii.ils fur ;mll.il! : ,<. ; respectable Drug
trade 1iavticti.arly ." Tcf r. Time given (,n Lot- : Silver and 1'lalrdVaro.. Y M.' Packet, Hairis COllltTexas- ; Greet ISiehop, White and Colored. Kid and Silk Gloves self adjusting | Liquors and Vinegar, '

D. LADD.fewpoit f ;: Griffin; (Ua.i Stocks Cotton and l Merino Under-shitts, Jeans, J TNSTAXTLY, by the use of LaeoursVEssential Stores.
Silvi it table! dc.eit and tea hilvt-f folks! JL
spowis soujj j and Oils.
1S5 T. 27Circular I I -- I Drawers Brown }Fancy Cotton, Lisle Thread J I i,
.uJ" __ u : __ __ h_. J and crt-atn ladles: butter and j.itkle kJiv"i", ]l'!ut"d !i i &cirilnc Rrcusl( ran lit Cured.LEl' : I Hose, White and Colored Cambric mdkerchiefe, all j "These Oils are obtained by Distillation at tIle Cliern- FLEMING BRO'S
Ion and waiter.-, >lor.c, cake! and! fiuit ba- ,
ca '
spoons which offered ical
of reasonable
SawMill ; to Jefferson
Agency. l ar thepuMieou terms > Laboratory (parish ) of Pierre Laeour,
THE Pl'HLIC READ ,
kc
rs, electro plated ta Mils and coiurnuui-n s<.ruf-e, i and warranted offered in i Author Lacour's 60 WOOD ST. BrrrsBTJRon PA.
VV : ( as good as this :Iarker.Call .- Chemical na I v tlis LJcour's Chera-i ,
t HTMIE undeJinet has the /itrfucy fcr the tale! of Ll' .tter, st ar. :.:1-1! rio.mi lihe., chamlier: :IJII'I.I i' :br ,: Iv 'n. rev tn the aflliHed\ and I lIlt'!rttituIc: and I high I II and examine..November ical Manipulations, Lacour on theManufacture ofLi- i' .

J. :' !v. Itrrd! !Improved Ciroular Saw ) ,.. I C? ,11l1JC.ti;Ai&, card aud 1 opinion,: I '.!.<.rtI1111..f I DR.) :;ios ELE V u< a Surgeon 10, 1 bo.. -15Jo. (quor, ..tc.LCuLTS. j Sole Proprietors.

CoEietin cft'7 tizts. f.,rJ?, 4:> a-.J 52 or 51 iu hSAWS. i fi 9wcr buokets, and biitlauuia: V.MIC.iriisccllaticoiis ami: l'h\>iciin, I dr-m! it my duty mention the case I -- OIL OF COGNAC, converts neutral SCOYIL do MEAt,

: Ili,CJicralrtis.:arc deddetL'v. tL. !l.cit' in use, I Artirlos. !' of rii'vv i f. hoping at the same t time I that all! j persons rph J. Williams, J In Leon Circuit Court. spirit to a superior imitation Imported Brandies, No. Ill, Charters St. New Orleans,

ha\us EthHl;:ijj rovmcitts oe the .I'tgt l" l.rm V f-iiuihiilv. atTIj.t t! may bo benftitted: l by it.. III the I Bill for \i iz Otard Sarzcrac Marett for the Southern States
: Ladies 'ttieulesatchc-K work boxec, pcail. J'.ciliriVon | 1.3. )j- Divorce. : Cognac, PouItneyStignctte General Wholesale agent to
-.t other Patent ia use" Tie, c.tt i.ab'Uf :0i( >.35U, / and Joro<"' port mou-ivs, j/t-srl card eaV. Coralboad :! lirst put of this )'calII1Y wife had several small lumps Isley William*. ) :I United Vineyard Properties,Castillion,and Loni- j whom all orders must be addressed.

V S t f nd. '45_NrrO5: elzcs.accordinjlofxtrscauij'j.tc. .-, :I *, coial ui-cklacc" and :11 ml"b. jet Lr.ic-tlct', I to makthdr appearance in her LrI.-t ; they cnntini I II appearing to the satisfaction of the} Court, by nf- don Deck Brandies. The Liquors will have a full fruity Sold bv Ames J Lively E. Barnard Jr. Miles

upirlw.; :sppir to. j necklaces and bosom pins napkin ring hair aud toothbrushes i i ued to increase ill iizt*, until the whole brcat became I IT tldavit, that the Def miaul Jslcy William., resides flavor and a beautiful sparkling color. Common 1 Nash it"Co, Tallabnasee Fla.; J. S. M. Dull,

irovemVer D_ :'Er L\DI. hut scvivers, shell bullilo, iiJia rubber arid j j a ai'fiBfd: I ma :, and very painful. I [)roc-art-I t the i j beyond the jnri.- 18 ;5. 1 medical all t'i'j: of Rome and nolwilh-I
: bot !
Se\prt,1a. '- combs china, and doi! in city habitant Oil of Cognac, to Xew York Pine & Co, Waukccnah Jlosely i Pope. Madison
-- -- j 1 ivory wax >, razor fctmjn and 1 and, Litlifu! dfth State of Florida It U, on motion, ordered Brandy, Apple : ; ;
the attention of the
-- e.irnf."t most
tnoney belts, ei:nr ca o, father ebs'ers pailoraiid Man ling that the defendant! enter her appearance and I Brandy comn.on Cognac Brandy, Ac. i Palmer t1 Bro, ilcnticello. S. Pulesten Munticello;

. .Corn and Cob Crusher. dor] bells, bo'ucaji' .a glatrf arid china! \a-:-j ;nd bas j .--kifull'h"toi.ial.i! [ .. eontinurd to grow worse and I. demur answer or plead to the said Bill in the Clerk's V I LACOUR'S OIL OF RYE changes common Rectified W. Rogers i Co, Cbattahoochee; Baltiell d Vi idge.

RANGER'S Corn n-1 C -b I ktts, terra Cjttaases and pitchers) p"fume b-yttlt-s, j j worse, until th y gave the case up, H incurable, and: office of the Ciicuit, Court of Leon, on or before the ; Whiskey to Monongahela Rye Whiskey, old Virginia on, Ma'ianna; Nicholson i Zeitfler, Bainbridge,On

G" have taken tbe patent Agency for the sole< Crullt.tbtH EU I.- jewei cases, centie suspension and fcid,- l.inip l.uup I i f'I a'I\'I--t1. to amputation.visit DR. W.I IL was)MOSELEY aclvised: by of many Griffin 1 of, O.u nayfri.n'l !I first Monday in October 1856. Otherwise paid Bill I Malt Whiskey, Bourbon Whiskey &. | D. II. Dickinson Bainbridge E. S Lxas TbomaTe,

Cob shades, chimney and wicks, violins and bows guitain, ehall be taken for confessed. It is further ordered OIL OF CEDRAT changes common Rectified '! Ga.
penor Crushers unequaled it i is said to any D tambourines, accordeous clariouets, flutes aridf:1t.S. which I.did, nud a!tom.-hmg sn it may 5eIils(: hidkrr II Whiskey old! Irish Molt Whiskey and !' Febniary 23, 1S56. 8-ly
the A of these will > !j banjos |I Month I that a copy of this order be published in one of the a superior
j' : Cf/hTt"l"lU. idi/nn: and
ntry. .t.ot Cr'Ler rnT5U' one 1J(11lIC -- -----
C -
: guitar andiolin strings, fine cologne d other) in the of Tallahassee for three months article of Scotch Whiskey. !
Fali | j ji newspapers city I
Prices low !
tie coming vry i f>n.riaeno in iiHuJhealth !! I would advise all who are afflicted I I Blacksmithing.nniIE .
OIL OF PEACH
al' in i perfuiut-rv, and a general l6l'rtm Jfeed. $45 >55 ?63 _thJor with, Scin; hu. and I Cancerous affections to M'fit the '
saving I i Watches aaJ: jewelry repaired! promptlynnil in the Done and passed at Chambers July l.-t, 1856. : ginia Peach Brady Ac. Oil Peach and Oil of Cognac i > Undersigned
V these ,'i-(5 Price* uf.m nouehout the co jntv.Fi VV Lc:t mai.ntr. Doctor without delay, as I am satisfied by experiencel J. WAYLES will convert common Whiskev to Annie Bramlv. !I ; _L a co-partnership buecormed"
r further partWt1'M.'ZJ'. an''. examine for ymirt th t-s !l' l observation. that he is the most skillful physician' BAKER Judge. OIL OF GIN converts the"
\VhiskeycoHol- of
so son as :Clock f...amjjle arflVe.I. :I ___0_etohcr2O.1855 h_ _ _ __ ___42__ ___ I', in the :ouherntate:, iLl tin tr.atmeut of that horrible I'' C,. K.D.WALKER W. GWYXJi, and, land Gin Scheidam Schnapps poorest, Rose Gin, Swan Gin, I I smithing Business pose in all carrying its various on branches. Particular -

., D. LAUD.Newport ) Notice to Contractors. tlicatc-Caii'-'T. V Solicitors for England Gin, tte.LACOUR'S I attention is given to Carriage and Spring Work

: .Jt_.t.._- 5_, 1_._p._._ _27. __ ,I Qrncr.: ('I; STATE EXCIVEEE, I5rE.\vi, ) | WILLIAM MITChELL, 3, 1850. _7-3m Coinplt.July I CONCENTRATED ACID wmin five ,: and to laying Axles of all kinds of Vehicles. The
M. E. MITCHELL I
,
--- V OaAOE MILL P. O, ST. Joiiss Itivza, Fi-i., }V 1 1AifHvr j -- -. -- --- ---- -- I I hours after being mixed, change five gallons of good i shop is convenient to the Livery Stable of P.B. Bro-
A Homestead for RIO I j JliiuifitirofJ. /JrodlJllII: Home, Gn. and of I and attention to horse-shoeing.
iorn, 1855. ) j jJEALED Executor's Notice. Vinegar twunty-five gallons water, to thirty kaw special given
: PROPOSALS will be received at this :i Rome, Gn., October :5, 1854. I f gallons of the meat acid Vinegar that can be found in I Farming implements of every description done to or

V S310,000 Worth. of Farms ani B'lding I kJ i:: OfScc until the 20th day of August 1856, fl.JroJ' { SIX month after date, we will present ouraccounfs : the markets. By the use Laconr's Concentrated Acid I der. P. B. BROKAW.

LOTS f-tructing a Caaal, with its necessary apj "ndagcj", I .L'cAI1.D. ? voucLeis to the Hon. Judge of Probate for I Vinegar can be made for one dollar and sixty cents H. B. FITTS.

V T S the G jd! Region (,f Culpeper Ct..\ rgil.h.tc i FU'-h as Lift IsK-kg, Guard Locks Basins, ,-c., from I ALL pr.""ins f that are desirous of availing themselves the said County of Gadsden for final settlement, and per barreL V I Jan. 12, 1856. My

JL divided amongst 10,200 ub riLn. on the' 17th 1 Lake Ilarney on the St. Johns to Indian River a dilJi i (If D1L MOSELEY'S services will find him at apply to be discharged, from the esecutorship Oscar ,i FOR MAKING LIQUORS, Lacour's Oil's rcquira "

J ill 1856, for the ]Royal! Fc- I tance thirteen miles, :SA10 feet ; authorized by the hilt lXFIRMARY, BROADWAY, GlUf.F.I.N,GEOltOIA. Fillyaw deceased. no i preparation-only pouring the Oil into the Whiskey Notice.
SeltUbr : beueft OSLY : EACH, ; General Assembly, of the State of Florida, at its es.Fiflhl I OWEN L. & JAMES A. FILLYAW Ester's. I and shake well The Liquids thus made will havoc I .

1aIfdowii Acidemv., the SuWriptior.g rest on thft delivery T1"10L..U of tile !DtEii. I of 1 5-t-5, by An Act entitled An Act to providefor Patient boarded at ?1 per day, or ?16 per month. April 12, 1856. 156mAdministrator's fine natural aroma-a full rich oily taste-a beaut SIX months after date"the undersigned administra
oue I t' Estate of R. E. will
ix of the Gibson deceased
subscriber will ptt a Building Lot cr :Farm' I Iun.in and encourage a Liberal System of Internal Improvements FEES in all cases, to be agreed upon before under ful transparent color and a fine bead. LacourVOilexert '
Every and vouchers the HOD.
her accounts to Judge
in value from S10 2OOO. The Farms I in thin State. taken. Js'o case will be 51 reived( into lhi etablihuiett : ) Notice. three distinct properties in converting common present
'! t will the amount for which unlesb it ia believed examinatiou that it i Whiskey to Brandy Gin,&C. The first property combines of Probate for Gadsden County, for final aettlnpectf
and Lt5 are sold si cheap to induce :rcttfrmentsufficient I -, : j Proposals specify the : oil e.in: i\TOT ICE is hereby given,that the undersigned will, I and wiu to be discharged from the aTrniniatra.V .
work will be done, the mode and in which be cured admit of relief.! All will with and subsides in the form of Flocuknt apply
number being ffserved, the increase in the : manner or cases rej.fil-: 1 .1.1 ct the expiration of six months file his vouchers particles I' of said estate. '
are to be made,whether in lands bo for examination and i\c.. : the whole of tLc grain oil (Araylic Alcohol)- torship
value of which will compensa!e for apparent, low : payments or moneys. invariably charged : a< and a ply for a final discharge from the administration I FLORIDA A.F. GIBSON Admt'x.April .
security '11 L given fr t or portion f>f each. Maiw, Profiles and e&tiinatcf'mu All letter, to entitle thvrn to notice, must m< lose j jn of the estate. of Nathcn dolt, deceased. The whiskey is I bus deprived of that peculiar irritating i| ,
price now \ 26 ISl6 16-6m
the faithful)n.'ea.mpie contracts and prcir'uscs. be Hwn at this offi.-c rind l any information obtained! bynddrcsHug "stamp" fur' the payment of postagcOuid 1 I.> PATRICK SMITH, Admt'r. aud burning: taste, and becomes a neutral.spirit i I I ,

-V cMore. fieiformuuce are w nted to obtaia Fl/cnb.rs. the undcrt-igned at Orange Mill Post Of ted to W. R. MOSELEY, ). D.Ilirec-l MayS, 1636. 18 the second property consists in an orly. mucilaginous 'i GEORGIA AND FLORID
Aelt taste imparted to the Liquors, which renders it mellow .
to whTfl the mot liberal iuduccmeutsyill L.e ireu flee. St. John's River, Florida. I'roptli'nls'ill also Griffin, G -- --- -. -- -- --- --..-- {f

Some Agent write that they are making .00 pr 1 be received for constructing a Rail F. L Road DAXCY over tlltentZC __FeLiup.ry u __ 23_1856. __ _. __" _ly-8_ ._ I Town Property for Sale. and property imparts is exhibited an appearance in tbe rich of great, vinous age nutty; the third odorthat I 0I
ground. I DR. T. J. CUR
mouth. Adverti-ing will be done fur evt-ry Ag nt I State Engineer, State of Florida. Most Approved Corn Mill in Use. I rI IIK undersigned offers at private sale, the following is imparted to the Liquor, which renders distinction I LEE ,

where p' lble For full particulars. Subscriptions, JL. depcrib known the Jravis Lots from the Genuine Brands impossible. Practicing Dentist ,
; E. A lb"1 t 31, S5: :J-ly \ fCOF\ the most approved LANIER CORN property as t
Ac to BAUDEIt.
gelcd. .apply : Roval), Caroline, Co.Va.JulyS I I --- -----. -- --- -- --------- -- p 1UU MILLS for sale: by the Subscriber. These I viz: Lots Nos. : 25, 27, :30, 48, 140, 141, 142, 143, I J5T: These Oils are put up in quart bottles. each THOMASVILLE, GA., and MONTICELLO

1S56. l'or 27 I Burning Fluid Mills have been for some time in uso through this region 144,226, 227. 235. 23y,240, 241, 242, 24:5: 244. 245, I i bottle contains sufficient Oil for making 300 gallons of IN MADISON FLA., And. their respective and

;, i- and lower pail of Geoiginr aud give perfect sat 2-t8. 2-16, 250. 252, 253, 2-1, 256. 257, 258, 268, all :I liquor. Full and comprehensive directions accompany adjacent counties. He inserts shy number of Arttfioial -

()P u supciior Quality, JuEt received and fort-ale faction, grinding with uaae -10 bu.-hels and the rise in the original plan of the city Tallahassee. the bottles. Pride $2 per bottle. Teeth, from ONE to a FULL sett, on the latest

Adiistrators Notice. bv AMES i LIVELY. in the day, with less than the ordinary gin power applied -AI.SO- t3r One bottle of these Oils (five in number) will i improved principle. giving them that beautiful, lifelike

] May-:1.:! 186. 22 to j ft. ,The maker furnishes a hand to put it up; Lots Nos. 1 6 7 in S. be securely packed and shipped (with 'bill of lading) which Nature nearly
(/ }n'c'I.t 2, 3, 4, B, County qr.A free of charge, to of the the i appearance approaches so
-- -- ----- ---- and any part
warranted to satisfaction.Call country
and vouchers to the HUl. Judge of -'ILn every one give perfect upon as to challenge detection bythe closest observer
Irbat. A.W.DMTISD.D.S.RESiDENT L S 0- receipt of f 10, to the address of
auth examine them at D. LADD'S.April .
County, as the admini traU vf the tttc < I li. I Persons needing Dental operations on their NATURAL -
SI 14,55. 16 Lots N..s. 4. 12. 13. 15, 16, 22, 25, 39, 40, 43, 61 P. LACOUR, New Orleans.
Hay ward.deceased, and asa for -final discharge OFFICE,\LLAIIASSE, FLA. ; I Teeth. and wish him to perform them can by
March
'. fioniJ.5d. admiu ,tati'>n.THOMAS. Important Improvement in Artistic MILES NASH & CO. V 0., in the South J County quarter. 1,1856. -9-6m apply ing SOON, have them donut the following prices
/ The above described property formerly belonged
HAYWARD, AdmV. I which will be found to MUCH lower than baa ever

July 26, 1859. SOCruExecutofs : Dentistry, Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. to Gov. Brown. For further information and terms, been offered in this section of country before, to-wit:

-- ------- -. -- \ BY which the face i b restored to iU original contour, : received from New York bark R.:H.Gam which will be liberal, apply to A.Perry Amaker Esq., UNIVERSITY OF NASHVILLE. I For filling teetb with Gold Foil, $1 00, $1 60, $2 00 .

Notice. and with it the loss of the teeth supplied BO as f JUST a general assoi taieut of per articles in our line, Attorney, at Law Tallahassee. ,,V Medical Department. i and f 2 50, varying according to. Its of cavity and

: to elude detection. Samples of this improvement may such Oils of almost CHARLES P. MANNING. I amount material used; Extracting teet< in xrncx, .
kind iFluiovWbite
TOTICE is hcn-by given t all persons holding \ be been; alto temporary sets inserted on as Lead, Ziuc and other every Window Burning Glass of* Until sold, the above property will be for rent .. .. only 50 cents-out of office, $1.V .

_L\ claims or demand against{the t-btate of NewI I j GnU: Ifurclm } paints Potash, Soda A. PERRY- .AMAKER. SIXTH. ANNUAL COURSE OF JLEC-- His raicx for a full upper or lower sett of teeth on I
bctt qu-Jity, Putty, Brushes, Sparkling TIlE I
V. nan Gilchrist, late of Gad.Je county, deceased, t I Februaryl6,1856. 7-tf RES In this Institution will commence onI I tLA.ii. (with CONTINUOUS GUMS if necessar-
that teeth Gelatiuo London Mustard, French Brandy ( best,)
III few hours so having rc- very
them authenticated within tic ] a persons
present legally time MONDAY, the 3d of November. A full only $6 tooth arid perfect satisfaction guaranteed
by law, or this notice r.leadagzJnt j in'vcdcan have a complete substitute 1nui1 iatcJy.Cllildrcu's for medicinal purposes Spices, Pepper, Lemon Syrup 4 '-w.* cod: Liver Oil.* preliminarycourse per
: prescribed vi. b : teeth extracted, and advice g'u en to parents Ink,Quinine, Peruvian Bark Fluid Extract Bucbu .*.. flee to all students, will be given by the Pro- in every instance.

V their final re'cty. E tUEII.\W.' I' in regard to the management and treatment of the. Ac., &e., and a general assortment Popular Patent FRESH A PURE the celebrated "Brands" He fessors/commencing on the first Monday of October. Those desiring his services in any portion of the
: Professors Fees ilQ5, Matriculation Fee $:. Practical above named counties, or other section of country
I teitli gratis. All operations warranted lo suit the most Medicines. We keep none but the very best and Clark & Co, & Rushton's. I any
;. June 21. 18G. S5Notice I: fastidious.: Will practice iu the principal towns hope to merit your For .ale by AMES & LIVELY Anatomy $IO. Graduation Fee ?25. For Catalogue can upon application by letter to either of the above

: i; throughout the State. References : the Faculty of patronage.MILES NASH, & CO. April, 1856.= 14 I I and Announcement apply to named Post Offices,or otherwise,receive prompt at

i[ the Ohio College of Dental Surgery, and those whoLe March_2t. 1656.. 18 V PAUL F. EVE, 3L D.. tendon.
i 1 ---- --- -- -- -- Dean of the '
3 Sta'e of Florida, t' is daily operating for. Wines, Syrups, &c. Faculty.

County jf Hamilton.indebted J f to the estate of G. April 26, 1856.____ 17 Notice. OLD Otard Brandy Sparkling Cider, Undergraduate Department. JUDGE CoLa Macon, Georgia.
ALL persons Alc.u persons having demands against the estate o Port Old Port Juice HOM.J. Lu SxWJUtD.
late of Hamilton ALL )
: ) & county :! are Insolvent Estate Notice. H. Bull late of Leon deceasedwill Cherrie. V
requested to make immediate payment, and those county Madeira, Brandy (WESTERN MILITARY INSTITUTE.) JUDCX Lovx. vTbomaiT-U.) Oa.
take notice that they must present thcni to the Sardines '
V Laving against said estate will present State of Florida, ) Sherry, NEXT SESSION of this College will J. S. Wraw, ESQ,' )
0
demnd tem } f undersigned, or to Meesis. Archer A PlIpy.lJy Gelatine: Preserved Quinces, THE open W. S. DitwoxTH "
law. Sparkling E-q,
; in the of Leon.
by County J MONDAY, September 8th. The Classical!
Lme llrerb authenticated, within the time prescribed by law, or Flavoring Extracts, Pears C. 0.
KATIi'L. P.M A RION, Ext'r claims against the Estate of Courso full and everyfacility! is afforded to Students Fir; Esq..
ALL persona havinj this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery; Yeast Powders, Tamarind, Metsrs W.dt J.BTDD V 'Monticello Fla.
,
June ? 1856. 25Notice. Jinkins late of Leon deceased in Scientific Branches. A School ia at-
county and all person indebted to said estate are hereby notified Spanish Olives,' Spices, : Preparatory CoLE. E.-Br.acxavr. )
notified to the same to the Judgeof tached embracing a course of two The Military '
are hereby present to make immediate payment to the undersigned Corn Starch, Pickles, years. January 1,1856.A.meB. S
; Probate, of Leon County, at his office in Tallahassee MARY BULL Adtr'x. Worcestershire Sauce Salad Oil system is adopted as an effectual means of preserving 5

,on or before the first Monday in December next August I860. 31-8w Mustard good order economy,'regular habits, and activebodily
\ LT persons batn claims against the estate o for payment pro rata. English Capers exercise. Charges for Tuition and Boarding t, X.aive15r

.'J-:; John W. HD deceae.late of Gadsden D. W. GWYNN. stORINGAND SHIPPING"BUSlNESS Claret Cocoa AMES, 4 LIVELY. $100 per.term of 20 weeks. Surgeon's Fee $5. Engineering TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA

ty, auc hereby present them t the un. Judge of Probate. ATNKWl'ORT.fPHE French Spanish, German, Drawing, BookKeeping -
the 5, 1856. Wholesale and R tH ia
fled Executrix witbiii tnne prescribed by law, January and each Dealers
24, 18f6. Fencing $10'per term of 20 weeks.
4 othii notice will b pe in bar of their recovery, May 21. JL undersigned still carries on tbe;above business The 'last session of the Medical College closed with i: DRUGS AND MEDICDTES.8urgic.Mn .
iu all its branches. Buildings wall calculated fordesplit.cbillg
to make
and all those requeued
payment Bonnets, Bonnets 339 Matriculants and M Graduates from 13 States.
.' NoticeSIX / wagons. D. LADD Perfumery, Dye-tufft, trumen__,
The closed its first
V immetll.ARY 3ft colored straw Bonnets. Military College year iDNaah.ilJe Spice Snuff Glass Paints
Newport Septeutiber2,1554. Window* ,
JAN. Extr'x.June months after date I will pr lellt"1 account V LADIES colored straw trimmed Bonnets with 154 Matriculants from.14 States For Catalogue Oils Vanwbe. Putty Msonfqtred Tpbaeeo,
7 1856. 23m
vouchers Admimlstrntor on'the estate of and
u Regulations apply to
Hugh 0. McLean to the lion. E. ((3. Love Judge of Contracts for Trestling. plain black :B. K.JOHNSON, Superintendent. and Glassware, Pat.otMed1oins* ,

In.Ln CVcl Court.. To Fall Term 185ftUCW Probate, for Gadsden, County for a final settlement OKFIOK PENSACOLA AND GEORGIA R. R. Co. ) white satin and silk Nashville, August 2,'1856. 31 Fine and Soaps Hair,Bruahn Fine Tooth, Pure, for Wine Mrfdwn-Lporpc* i ,

QuD. 1 Attachment fo?268 61.100 and apply for a di hal1t'etbercron1. Tallahassee April 29th 185G. }f 44 black ,' (extra size) II Faint Brushes, FanctArtiel.V
GREGORY Admt'r.Jul28.,18 .
t S ) amount nt A Debt sworn toEILWWeynnd VV ALEXANDER pROPOSALS are invited for tho cou Children and Misses straw. '* :Notice. Garden Seeds, V Fin 1&o Segars. .

J J Bond for f 637 22 000. 6. 28-6m, culverts and tre<-> H Hats have n< ntljrec.ivdi a iJC.u'y .aj Favira
They
_______ .. mouths after dvfo will accounts
\ we
DAVID' present cur
sale'by
\Villi-b E. WUleyJ' V thug on the line of the Pensacola and Geor. For WILSON. SIX vouchers to the Hon.* svpply of every variety of artkJei tmuallr kept by
of
Probate
Defendant and all othera i interested. are here- Notice. gia Rail KoaJ from the junction with the Tallahassee ''October 18, 1855. 41 ,Hamilton County, for a final settlement Judge of the estate of drugpata.- .Planter, and lThpkiins irfll Ilwas find

:k THE-noufied of th. intitutiotiof bo' above entitled SIX montl *fter date 1 ilwll present my accounts Rail Road tkotbe; Suwannee Riyjr Some of the work V of David Moat, late of said deceased and uk at esublibbmeot.. foil roppryioffretyibing' iee-

oit by meot..oDiIar. hereby required to&z4lead &o. to the Honorable Judge of Probate of required immodiately.:, The construction of the rest 'Cir ular & Upright Saws.'TTOE to be discharged as administrators.county 'ded and oq the ,mod liberal term.. -V *, '

to dcclariUo3 filed in the case I Hamilton County for A final settlement as administrator may be deferred, to be completed as 'the graduation i co. and Welch Griffetb'Chreultr Saws EDWIN V ,WREDE.VV Orders froth the Country po1ydIhd adutisetki3 -

V thftorthifromtbid i t; urequirccFbyd on the estate of Dennis Doughrity late of said of tbe road progrcaes. For further i particular and for. iXi.f 42i 48, .48an46Iuh'.izeeou ,band and for ELIZABETH 'MOAVV guaranteedwit regrdb th 1opri e..quality

'-. V,, -ff O.1.WALK11tt&1 County deceased and as k to be'a ucbarged from eaidHdmmUation. pla-to and drafts,.apply at this office. :aale by D.LADD AdministratorJ., P11y&ic1a13'a fWe5criLi0O eaTeIUI1'C0Ai1W1ed.

,-&" _*,-. D:W. OWYNN,_ j t"a f(1-1'lJf. JAMES W, GEIOER. I Eo O. CABELL Preeic1ent.<] New Port, Novr3, 1855 _4 V March 1.18:16. 9-6ui AlsoEppmcr' cotapotjnd Floid'.Jan ct ,

Ju1JP, leHUt:: IVb.2lEZi li. 5 ,\1- May 10. 1835. 3.V J 19. 5, 18516s

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