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

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BY JAMES S. JONES. TALLAHASSEE, FLA., SEPTEMBER 6, 1856. VOL. VllJ"N'qJS. : L

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The Floridian & JournalIs JOHN R. LLOYD Some months after I had taken my seat upon this I My friend from Tennessee..[Mr.-Z< llice! 'ff r.J and my I of Congress rallied afwofld mi swftalneJ i iistratwo the admi.

m & floor, I received a notice that I had been appointed a friend from Mississippi. [Mr. Laic*,] wbw were members I at this trj'mc tinxu med So-then _rn cUefly
published every SATURDAY, by A'U.c't1.oneer jlnrh delegate to that convention by the American party of of that convention will bear me .witness; that itwas I doe the ment of settling this C2citk eoarrovmy."Those .
JDUrnl measures usually .'.'flidths.. i..
generally declared that Mr. Fillmore compro
JAMES S. JONES, EDITOR & PBOPEIKTOR AND Albm was nominated -
-"- an of the spirit and purposes by whi"h without reference to this platform, aud that measures of 1850 (tie tentinued) DOt kt all r*
T A L L A BA 8 the Alabama convention I refer the what I would hate desired,but they were the
At TBB.EK DoitAM per annum, in advance. COMMISSION MERCHANT was governed, to many members of the convention denied the power of spects
-. .. following of its platform viz: tbe council to make the platform binding upon the best that could be obtained after' a protract JJKU--
TERMS OF ADVERTISING. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. .i .1. prO \ as the institution of slavery] party. lieD of this subject, which shook this-republic from it-
existed in the States of the confederacy prior to theadoption Well sir, whnt followed f Mr. Fillmore returned centre to its ertrcumfeauiee.sod 1 felt boDaJi to five
of ] .
One square ]2 lines or less first insertion, ?1 00 July 9 1866.. 29-ly Sep. 6 1856.
each subsequent 60 Saturday, of the constitution of the United Slates and to this country from his European visit In hi. letterof them my official apprpvai. Not e ly this-bet J.Treiving

Professional aud Business Cards inserted at $1 U EDWARD M. WEST. as the right to bold slaves ns properly was conceded Acceptance, dated at Paris what does he says there was a elMpos&oa to reftrw."tp & n.
per Speech of Hon. Percy Walker, bv the framers of the constitution and fully recognised After returning his acknowledgment. for the honor I took the responsibility ef declaring ia' & ... in
annum. and Counsellor therein, therefore slavery ] conferred him, and his my annual message, that 1 regarded 4he otttrare
Advertisement; not marked with the number .f Attorney at Law OF ALABAMA. txiu indedendently upon expressing opinion e>f the
I of the constitution and ] and I as a "final settlement' of this qoec&n, aaJ that the
insertions will be continued until forbid, aud charged ; as recognized patriotic purposes of the party, be employ. the following
accordingly.J35 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. I sanctioned by the onJituton. Congress, which derives language: laws thus passed ought.tfebe msiafsiDed until tim

Certificates of publication of legal or estafe ApriIS,1856. 14 On the Presidential Election-ihr Attitude of i all its power >rment cannot legis "So estimating this party, both in ita present position and experience should, ilemoastfate the ncoe.rtv i>f

notices will not be given; until the advertising fee is Parties-the Duly of Southern Men ; delivered late on the subject of shivery, exct fort prtctioowhere and future destiny, I freely adopt it* great leading modification or repeal.. 1 this thought that -this .x
FLOYD & HOLLAND it ]legally exi-ts ; that trrit4rie are the principles, as announced in the recent declaration ci'ing subject was at aa end aod that thr would U*
in the Hoe o Representatives, common property of all the Stte.and therefore the of the national council in Philadelphia a copy f which DO further oocasioo to,iulrodaee it into the JvgwUtico

said.To Attorneys at Law. AvgustSlh, 1856. people of all the States te right t enter upon yon were so kind as to enclose to me, holding them Coogrtffs. ':

Rheumatics & Others. practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle The House being in Committee of the Whole and occupy any territory with sluf as well to be just and liberal to every true interest ef the "Territorial governments had beea/provided f>r a'l
WILL other and are the constitutionand and ] ths territory ,thai 'JiutTtd' l. tbii. LesJuri
West Florida and in the Supreme Courtof Mr. Walker said : property, protected by country, wisely adapted to the establishment and except
r T\0 all persons suffering from Rheumatic Complaint the State. Also in the District Court of the United flag of the country ; that Congress has n rightto support of an enlightened safe, and effective American Compromise, and' I had no upieion that.that wi*. h.
L we offer a positive remedy, in Jay'i StimulatingLinimrnt. States, in the Northern District of Florida. Mr. Chairman, much as I disapprove the habit of legislate slavery into nor to exclude it from a territory policy, in full accord with the ideas and the hopes be disturbed. have no hesitation taying- what
It has bven effectual in the permanent R.J. FLOYD Office Fl appropriating time which strictly belongs to legitimate .' ; and that neither Congress nor a trtoriall"l- of the fathers of our republic." most of you buY alrrady-tbat Iwu drcnwdly opposed
di'IU' Thousands ApalacLicola legislation for general debate, merely tl allow islature He to the disturbance of that com/wnute. Oo..J
: cure of Chronic and Rheumatic 'fI D. P. HOLLAND Office Fla.I has any right o power to there unequivocally adopts and endorses the ,
Lave :*<> doubt been rescued from an untimely death 1855. Quincy, gentlemen occasion fir expressing their peculiar subject except so far as may be h'g@latt protect council platform. A comparison of that platform faith as well a* the pence of the country, seemed fc>'
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bv the use of this great remedy. I views on the great plitiCl topics of the day-in bad the citizens of the territory in the possession and tnjoj with that of June 1855. will clearly show that the me, to require that a cnmpvotnbw which lied stood frr

"For sale by Druitfnsfs cenerallv and at Wholesale -DR niILsn l'isn taste ns I esteem it notwitb8tmding.0 placedas ment of their slave property. relations between Mr. Fillmore and southern member more that thirty years should not' be wantonly di.
and Retail by AMES A LIVELY. I i to be constrained to folow an example set by oth .2 Renoh-rJ,That the power to exclude slavery of the convention who bad supported him were turbed. These were my '.ntirm.n'stLen. fulJy and m

Tallahahsee, Msy 81, 1656. 22-ly OKKLK.8 DIS PROFESSIONAL 8EKV1CEK THE rmrKNB or \I ers.It from or establish it in a territory resides exclusively entirely changed They contended that the 12th, fearlessly] expressed verbally and in writing tall
I TAU.AHA88EK AND Sl'Jl.ROfNDI CorNiny. is my purpose to address the committee or, to in a convention of the people of such territory.Icgilly section of the June platform of 1655, was still in my mends North and South, who solicited my opin.
FFICE with Dr. M. ] speak more properly, to address through this committee constitution cf the United force and ion.
NaEbjimrnediately eastof the assembled under States, binding upon the party. That section in
Walter Gwynn, O Post ofii e. my own constituents, in order that they can haveno to form a slate constitution preparatory to admission its essential features bad I been repudiated and stricken "Tliis repeal seems t<. have been a Pandora's bwi. I

May J9 1-655. 20 doubt as to what my position is, and what. my intentions into the Union. In that constitution the people of out by the council and Mr. Fillmore, in Accepting out of which issued all tbe evils which DOW affirt th J
OFFERS his WTVICOB to persons, winning to enter ____ are in regard to the political canvAs now going the territory have the sole right and exclusive power the nomination, plants himself on the platform erected country, without scarcely leaving hope behind."Ac.
the U. S. Land Orifice by locating Land on. It may'haven oLel\"ed that ever since to determine for themselves whether slavery shall or by the last council The 12th section is as follows : Now. sir, take this language, weigh 'it, stnio after I
Warrants, or otherwise. lie will also give prompt R. H. BERRY the nomination of Mr. mr.re February last, in shall not exist in said XII. The American party having arisen the a meaning to suit your party purpose Aa aa American.

attention to such busiueM as may the be intrusted to him Philadelphia] I have been silent ; at least .have abstained 3. Resolvrd, That territor.opposite of the doctrines ruins, and in spite of the opposition, of the wbi upon; and Northern or Southern, ertmiue it with, all the axrctj ,.

in either of the other offices in Capitol. Charges Auctioneer and Commission from any public t expression of my opinions as embodied in the two preceding resolutions commonly democratic parties, cannot be in any manner i esponsi i of a partisan who. hopc4 to obtain from them MW
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will be reasonable corresponding to S T\ices to the merits of this or tint candidate fur the highest is LIe for the] strength fur his candidate-I say examine it
pcrrormed.1 known 'squatter seovereignty, utterly repudiated obnoxious acts or iolated pledges of ei'her. as YOU -
H'in; Deputy in the State Land Office he MERCHANT. I office of !the' country. Thi!has Dot been from any indifference and a condemned by this convention &violative of And the systematic asjit-ition' of the slavery will, it must be considered as a decided eondemoatnxi

will make uo charge for businc in that Dcpaituuut TAI.HHASSL-E, FJa, Sept. 29, I S55. 39 to the rcS'jlt.! the spirit of the Csttution. and an insidious and by these parties having elevated e-ti May 17,1856. :O-lv ... It not been from lo cf the Compromise of I860-he tell .
indisposition catiV6S5 bat '
-- ---- -- ----- na any alarming upon rights of the elaveho' into a positive element] of political power sod us 11 was -
i DR. R. N. GARDNER, the claims or examine the avowed opinions of tecandidatcs : 're become then the condition of the country,and the briueemtnu h

DR. N. G. MCDONALD, 1. hi* professional services to the citizens On the contrary feir. this silence ba dangerous in practice as the Wilmot Iv'the the imperative duty of the American party to which persnnded him to lend Lie sanction to that .-*

I OFFERS ( i11e and surrounding count ry. Office been forced upon me by an earl t desire to wait f"r most monsterous doctrine ever by an interpose for the purpose giving pe.ire to the country series of compromise measure He then got on ti*

MOXTICII.T.O: rI.!. I r removed the residence of Mr. John R. Crump, situation cleTelopmenl. to observe the movement <>f parties American statesman.: and the people of the south and pcrpe'uity to the Union. And experience speak of the excitement prevailnig at the ti'n* in en .

-1 TILL attend x-ith as-tiJuoue care, all case entrusted |!,, formerly occupied by the late Dr. Jacob Eliot. holding leading positions in this or ought not to, and will not, submit to it has shown] It impossible] to reconcile opinions BO extreme :- sequence of the agitation of the lavery qn tioo. H&
"\ to him.Ofice I Ft-bruarv 16, 1856 7 that party should define themselves, in order that I .4. Rt ovd. That this convention regards a strict as those which separate the (disputants and AS addresses his hearer ia Apologetic tone of Lie ta '
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adjoining that of Col. Dilworth. i might take the whole as a guide as lights in my own adherence to the principles and views contained in there can l he no dishonor in submitting to the bet dorsemcnt of the compromise measure of 18iO. He

March 22. 1856. 1 -1'y : A. P.ERRY AMAKER' path, thereby insuring to my"el at least some cer- the foregoing resolutions absolutely essential to the guarantee of common justice and of future pence we refers to the Nebraska and Kansas :act'u a "Pan 4
tsinty that the path JacLould e'ntual.tOKe] in this peace nnd of the Union, and we do pledge nre determined to abide by and maintain the existing dora's lJox"-aa reopening- slavery *gitatj perpetuity
WILLIAM\ P. SLUSSER j TTV41TLkW canvo might be a sale and a one-, ( a one ourselves, one In other, that we will affiliate withno laws upon the subject slavery, as a final and con also states that the Compromise of 1850 did not em .
n a man moved by right iuKticta, mindful of his alle party, nor support any man for office, under the clusive-settlement of that subject, in spirit and in sab- brace the territory covered by the Missouri mtiicticn
j TALLAHASSEE. FLA. glance the constitution. and hopeful of the perpetuityof of the state or of the United States, who stance. and that he had no suspicion that the latter would U
Ta1.1.ahassee F1a. government
May 21.J 1853. 20DEALERH the Union. so long as it shall subserve the disturbed and that he was decidedly
the And oppo..Jrepeal. to it
'T.at does not publicly and unequivocally avow principles regarding i it the highest duty to avow their *
-- --- - -- of its creation should take. It i is.kn .
M *vrAiTCUER or CorJ'fn,TIX AND SIIKET purjxises without abatement distinct
: of these reolctio, change or opinions upon a subject eo important, in and
fnox WARE, .HOUC.\LE AND RETAIL MILES NASH & CO. many members of this committee that in February .5. Rttnlved, That in view of the increased dan uUt'qui\"lIcalterms it is hereby declared), as the sense W tU. just here I cull the attention of the commit
DEALKR PLAIN FANCY AND JAPANNED last I was a delegate to the convention by which Mr. gers that threaten the institutions of the South this of this National Council that Congress possesses DO tee to this portion cf his language, becau- i i. most Asignificant.
ix Fillmore was nominated for the presidency.: convention deems it to, and does hereby, re- power under the constitution to li-gislste upon the and perhaps ha had a* mnch or more '
'srtRg. :! IX I Well sir what is doc phdionn of l'el'rnr\I. enJorse and adopt the necessary following,known as the 'Oeor. subject slavery] in the States where it does or may than anything eke to da in funning my judgmMit at

Stove IIcadQttaitcrSPLENDID ? j DRUGS, gp! FAINTS, I 1556, and what changes did it make ou that of June gui' plat form? to wit: 'That the state of Alabama, iu exist or to exclude any State from admission into the to his position. He says that he regarded the Coir,

\ assortment Cooking. Parlor 1855 ? Here it is: the judgment of this convention, will and ought to r! Union because its constitution dope or does not recognise promise of 1850 M a complete settlement ... Car j

L and Wood Stove, trimmai with neatness MEDICINES |3 OILS 1 &e. Know Nothing Platform of.Rational Council, 'ist t. even (as a last resott) to a disruption of every tie the institution of slavery aa a part of its social applied restriction to the, in territory other words not covered l y the Mnnomi
or that b-bis
and durability, at reduced prices. February, 185( which binds her to the Union any action of Congress! system ; and, expressly pretcrrnitting any expressionof ; judgm.t.t. 4
S "\ their friends and the that ; upon: the subject of slavery in the District i of Columbia opinion upon the power of Congress to establish orprohibit the act cf 1820 applied tti territory not covered by th. 7
Out Door 'ork \TOULD inform{ public
An humble acknowledgement] of the SupremeBeing "to the Con- in it is the the compromise measures ff 1S50. Now,elr. ace h.w
1 slavery f
f have hand assortment of such or in places subject JUrsdctouf any Territory sense <>
they on a good
this i It be
Hoofing. Orna.meut.zt1.front Heads.-Guttering, Copper who rules the universe for His domestic canni-t successfully denied that
articles protecting care incompatible with the a\fety. the trnnqnility National Council that Congress ought not to legislate! the!
in their line of
and Tin On.! Sheet Lead Sheet AS are generally kept business vouchsafed father in their gresH Missouri Compromise; was in feet
lactinu Pipes to our 6ucct revolutionary slave superseded
and will be fresh Their 8ful the rights and honor of the -Lolling upon the nubject of slavery within the Territories of hy thar
/5s. Lead Pipes.} Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop workcf termsshall. be receiving reasonable.regularly supplies. struggle and hitherto manifested to us, their States ; or any art suppressing the slave trade between the United States, and thnt any interference by Con cf 1850. We know that A large portiea of the Utah

e'.cry variety done at short notice. Tallahassee April 9th ,18:S- 11. descendants, in the preservation of the lbertie tbeindepend the slaveholding States, or any refusal to admit gresrf with slavery ns its exists in the District t>f Columbia territory lies North of the parallel of Z6 dee 10 mia-;
I ll"", and) these that a large portion cf the territorv of New Mexico'
City and Country merchants : I ( ; as a applying because of the would be"a violation! of the spirit and iuten-
". TJ! : j l'rpetuatiol (.f the f"Jemll"ni I ,," ns tie Stil any Territory act 'tion of the which the State of lies No th of 35 dep. 20 aiievon w'ill find that
!-e pectfully invited to give me a call bcfoie purchasing I P.B.BOItAW'8.IaIYtflY I existence slavery > ; or any prohibiting compact by Marjlxn-1 aeoG a
siderable of the
.-1ewhere.y I palliadum of our civi aud religious liberties and the I he introduction of slave into the ; or any ceded the District to the United States, end a breach portion twritory just WW be south

: N. B. All articles manufactucd from the very iHD SiU STABLES, I only sure American i (pendnte. act repealing or materially modifying the laws n'in )\ of the national faith." em boundary ana line of Kansus. within 'the LooitiaE*
3. A met icaim 7U ride and to thin f'ndnalit slaves." It will be that this section the purchase, Nvrth i>f !IS dfg..taict. i fa owned
best material and warranted durable. No other article TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. .1"ica force for the recovery fugitive seen pTcdfff party Lr
will be offered fur sale. I born citizens should elE'ced for all State At the same time that convention pledged itself to "to abide by and maintain the existing lw npon the Indiant-nudlfiat; ,under tetr cfCoupreee mal ceiv
October 20. 1853. 4 42 n"HE Proprietor would in- I ftdcral and municipal ofcers. or government em out the following rps.}lution which had been the subject slavery as a final and conclusive settlement bin treaties with the Icriiws, slaverr baa btsa idtro 1
JL form his friend and the ployment in prefereuce citizens ; nev- car adopted by a convention of the same party i Non.r. of that sulject, in spirit and in substance." This doced, and still exuts tberein., It to thus at>oaret

Co-Partnership Notice. -public, that he has rebuilt his _ ;. her, 1855: of course, includes that section of the KAnus' ebn.- that the territorial bills of.Utah and JT w VexioaVin
large Brick Stables, at tbe old stand, and is now 4. Persons bOrn of American parents rt!i.jin tern- Congress ha no power to ]leg'slate upon the ka bill which repealed the Missouri i restriction of 1820, braced territory covered byjhe Misaaati Compromlae
nplIE undersigned have this day entered iuto a co prepared to accommodate his friends and customers.He porarilv abroad should be entitled to all rights of question of slavery in the States wbere it exists, or to and also the fugitive slave law. and that as those bills did not contain the sZarerr restriction

JL partnership in theWHOLESALE also has attached to hi,* Stables, a good Blacksmith native born citizens ; but exclude state from admission iuto the Union because The 12th section also declares that Congress posscs&es in the Compromise vf 18JO lit was eWlabrevated. (

&, RETAIL Shop.where he will have have done all kinds of 5. No person shall be selected for political station its any constitution does or does not, recognise the n-> power under the constitution, to legislate ThaI not only is this' ,t. bat that tL.

Plantation work Hone shoeing and Carri"it work in (whether native or foreign birth) who recognizes any institution of slavery or to abolish alver in the District upon tbe subject of slavery] : the, States \thereit I treaties with the Indians and the aeUVf Ctafress r. I Iitt
DR.UGBUSIN'ESS.. the best and with and dispatch. allegiance or obligation of ferred to. authorizing the introduction of slavtrv
very manner promptness fooy description to any of Columbia. The fugitive ] should b does or may exist or to exclude any State from admission LJ
under the name and etvle of foreign prince, potentate, or power, or who refuses to maintained and rigorously enforced. No law or regulation into the Union because ill constitution doesor bog anterior to 1850 erased the Hot of 1ftO.
November, 185 S. 44 recognize the federal or State constitutions (each within shall be attempted by Congress touching the does not recognise the institution of slavery as a How then. I ak can Mr. Fiihaore. with his know

AMES & LIVELY.! its sphere) a paramount to all other laws a rue question of slavery in the Territories; but that it shall part of its social system." ledge ol the stipulations and effect of oar treaties with
: Carriages Buggies, and Harness of political action. form. the Indians, and the acts of Congress relative
ceose to agitate the question slavery many It also declares that Congress ought nt t.i legislate to theas
>THEY will be plead f sea their friends For Sale by P. B. roka w.TIIE 6. The unqualified recognition aud maintenance of We strict adherence to the principles] and upon the subject of slavery: vithiu the Territo- -bow can be. in the face of his approval of the territorial
and patrons at the old stand of D.U Ames, the reserved rights] of the le\"erl State, and the cultivation rtrd.section essential to the peace rica ot the United States." kr. bills of New Mexico and .Utah;_ eont tJJat

it 'here they will keep a full and general Subscriber !has just received a of harmony and fraternal go 'i between and perpetuity of the absolutely Union;; and we do p'edge our- The 12th section of the old platform insisted tlio't1; the Miasoun Compopmis* was unaffected by themJ- ,,
:: large supply] of Carriajres, the citizens of the several this end, with maintenance They included territory embraced wiriln tlat
assortment of Articles appertaining their Stt. selves, one the other that] we will affiliate no an adherence to and a of existing lavs dca
iue of: business. D. H. AMES. >Buggies and Harnewi which he offers interference by Congress .queutions appertain party nor support t any man fur office, under the government upon the subject of shivery." promise they were acts II1baqUftltJyJ'Uled. and were 1
M. LIVELY. for sale on the most reasonable] terms. ing solely] to the individual States, and nonintervention of the State or of the United States, who The new platform only pleitrd its (ramen, in gcu 10 spirit and substance ioeonauUtt with the act of.
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January 1, ICSft.; 1 No ember'18,1854. 4C by each State. does not publicly and unequivocally avow the principles eral terms to the ** maintenance and enforcement of 1820. According to all rules of co rnctionTths'slavery
7. The recognition of the ri MEDICAL NOTICE. I A.L.FISHER and naturalized citizens of the United State permanently The State convention also expressed the opinion competent judicial authority* So far a* this refersto This much in reference to the plaUbnn! upon .Lid

-*e. I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. residing in anv Territory thereof, to frame that the American party should make no Domin3tou laws affecting tlavery, it is a complete repudiationof Mr Fillmore baa placed himself and the j jof d&
TALLAHASSEE FLA. their constitution and laws, nnd to regulate their domestic for the or presidency at February the June .platform; : for the Utter declared tboee his opinions: be has lately made hThia speeches.
presidency vic
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DR. BURROUGHS and social affairs in their own mod<", subject convention. laws to beyiuoi and conclusive; and Ly such declaration -- They,.in themselves afford a .snffideotrnide to anr
practice in the Courts of the Middle Dis 'only to the provjsit ns of the federal with southern man who wishes to do right wbe u
clitutio. bad been taken the partin the against disposed
looted in Tallahassee offers his WILL Similar action by arrayiug party any.attempt to wake
HAVING pro- and in Thomas County, Oa. the right of admission into the Union whenever they southern Ian f to rise above party obligations,sad wfao ail ,
f and 1 think in some of the other those the subject e> litigation In the courts or of watch
services the
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t to public. opposite in the 2d immediatelyover nor fulness of the rights and interest
ewOffice Capitol story, have the requisite population of one representative in congressional notion. of his section,pavsno
: t Dr. Drug Store. the room of the Clerk! of the Supreme Court. Congress Provided always] that none but those who Philadel- council of heed to personal consequence : 4
June Before thf holding of convention in The object of the June 1 855, wan to putdown
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t ._ 26- m July 2J, 1866. 29-ly arc citizens of the United States, under the constitution pha \\ie national council tht the American party had agitation upon the subject of slavery He effect But, sir there art othe matUrs to be considered-
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t MEDICAL NOTICE. aud laws thereof, and who have a fixed residence assembled ther and had taken action. I was not l.f tho ction of the co'jncil of 1856 was to renew that iu examining Mr. Fillmore' chin to odr snpp .

t U E. BARNARD Jr. in such Territory ought t participate in the formation a member of that connil I adopted a platform. agitation, by making the laws relative to slavery the In these time of party platforms' ; b these time
of or enactment of laws Before I take propose to discuss it When subject of investigation.Besides when leading men are.made cot or miserably small
DRS. GAMBLE & BETTON WILL COXTIXfK TIn for said Territory or State. my material ; in these times when we hate looniin
the conveution met a controversy arose 8 to the rightof the new plalform. iu express terms cn nu .
OFFER their Profesnional Services to the Pub- DRUG & MEDICINE I I BUSINESS I 8. An enforcement of the principle that no State fir delegates from the State of Pennyh'aui to seats demn the repeal oi the Missouri Compromise ami. before the public eye na man of real large nrppor.
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Office opposite the Store of Messrs. Territory can admit otbt'1 than native-borncitiz-ns t ou that floor. What part I to that in doing so, impliedly binds those who have adopted tions; iu these times,when every mart is constrained
AT THE OLD STAND, lION .it1OF
Hodgkiss, Scott I o such persons shall have bf'el naturalized accord recting intellect which all can tJIow-I Ja
January ri, 185t 1 My friends from Tennessee. [Messrs. ZoIJiooffer and UJ uiese
to the laws of the Unitt States. who there will tion.To differences in the times it ia well for M not only to loft at the
THE MOKTAK ng Ready] were as df'letll. reelect sam up two platforms : reau
HCHilLD BIECHETT. CHAJLLKB W. UOWX1NQBIRCHETT | 9. A change in.the la WI naturalization, himself who claim owsuffvrag*. but also!
..._T. making that I the said that the ( ought I It, That of June, 1855, regards existing laws upon to look at
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a continued twenty one years, of all not not, and would cot. consent loan ignoring of the question the subjeH of slavery as final and conclusive." Thatof those 11 soppoK I propose to sirfv

& DOWNING, Corner of Clinton and Monroe streets, Tallahassee. heretofore provided for, an indilp.nsnhle requisite for of slavery or the repudiation of the 12th section, February, 1856, contains no such avowal ; but on ject Mr.Fillmore to that test. Why_, what & ..
ATTOiEU AT LAW& AGENTS FOR CLAIMS citizenship hereafter and ] and see I If I mistake not. there are hot two I
January 19, 1856.( S al paupers as contained m the June platform of 1855 ; that they the contrary contemplates either t their repeal through Don slave
NO. 490, Seventh Street, persons:: convicted of crime from landing up"n our would not be willing to take any man. however pwe tbu ]legislative department or their annulment by the holding states in which Mr. FiUmore lias an electoral!
Dr. -P. lewis shores ; but no interference with the vested rights of : and however exalted he might be if by the action of judicial tribunals. ticket and in one of these, (Indiana) Mr. Dunn. a

WASHINGTON CITY. notice to his friends and pat foreigen i the convention or council acting for the party spenk- 2d. In June 1855. it was declared that Con-re- member of this House and who ha oot only attenm.
WILL practice before, the Court of Claims and GIVES that he is now in possession of n to any Union between Church and jug by its authority, and assuming to be the exponent bad no power to exclude any State from admission ted at this session to have the ilisnoofj Kne restored I
claims before Congress and the several ; no interference with religious fAith or views this that because its constitution but who have over and ,over again declared, that
all the latest improvements iu Dentis Stt worship elite opinions and on great question into he Union dos nr doe ho **
Departments. try. lit, The extraction of Teeth without producing no test oaths for office, except those m section should be stricken from the platform. I said not recognize the institution slavery] as a part of its never would consent to any:new 6Ia.. etate eonine T Jt

July 28, 1855..w. SOWholetale pain, by the aid of a local application, which consists the 6 tb section of this platform. S that in that event the American party South wouldno social system.. In February, 1855 the eouuril pawen into the Uuioo has been appowUd .JBUnore elector-
iu applying artificial freezing mixture to the parts .1]. Free and thorough I\'Ctigati. into any and longer harmonise with those members living north this matter over. make no such declaration,shrinks The f jL11'eguuu eleeteral ticket io the frt*
B. CIZaX.s all alleged abuses of public and strict States must be regarded as Wftriflcant'eTjiinee
until fully benumbed. 2d The immediate insert ion of functiores a of Mason and Dixon's line. fiom doing that which the South Lads right to expect, "ta.
and Retail Druggist, a Temporary Set, on kOutU Percha, which can bewOrD'Vth economy in publc The convention adopted no platform,nor did it give and thus fails to afford any guarantee of the safe action very large portion of the lcaow- utk g pity & tho*.'
NEWPORT cohort and ease till the Gums are fully I 2. Matt n and enforcement of aU laws, until any formal sanction to the ont framed by the conun of the partyin the future.3d. States lisa been sink inks the dirty pool et-bJaeko ra. I
FLORIDA ,
prepared for a permanent Set; then inserted on raid are.ee null..and void bycompetent cil a few day previously. Indeed, the southern The first platform declares "that mgr ought pnblicanUni. It is known that b the Stale of MAMA.i ..
ORDERS from Physicians and Planters put up that beautiful plan called continuous Gums, which are dioal ". members generally denied the authority of the council not to legislate upon the subject of slavery within the i chnsefs. and in rations other State, thera k,. beeo _.. SIV t

greatest,care. so much worn and admired, for beauty, strength, and 18. Opposition to the_reckless and unwise policy of to prescribe any platform and acted in convention Territories of the United States and that any interference ruptures in American meet gs, anc that i ia fitny instance
February 2, 1866. C I perfect cleanliness. the present administration! iu the general managementoi without reference to what had been done in tho coun bv Congress with slavery as it exists In the where a demoostratluo was .oozhft be ma4e
our national affairs. and far more especially as i in favor of Mr. Fillmore as the
would lJ part 'no
violation
31 1856. 22. cil. District Columbia a of the spirit au** a.
May .
LONG & GiLBRilTH, shown in removing Americna" (by designation)and I Before my return to the convention it became manifest and intentions of the compact: by which the State of breach took place. '

A.TTOENETI AT LAW, TALLAUAMEE, FLA. JOHN W. EVANS, conservatives in principle from office, and placing foreigners : that a large majority were in favor of nominating Maryland ceded the District to the United States, and Again. &r, what do we eec beet Cariivrr
ATTORNEY AT LAW, and ultraisU in their place! ; ns shown in candidates for the presidency and vice preside iey. u a breach of the national faith." floor within this Hotue we have seen iDore than COM .

-r A.LONG&J.B.GALBRAIflIhavsauoci- truckln subserviency to the stronger and insolent] The more conservative members believed that The lost platform contains no such avowal neither every northern supporter of Mr. Ffflirore; Whi cae
1,I. ated themselves in the practice of Law. They B.UNBRIDGK, OEO cowardly bravado towards wektr powers; nominations at that time were essential to the inter- nor condenjs further 1 legislation exception. and he a southern born man, voting to rcs> -
win Attend the Courts in the Middle Circuit the Supreme WILL give prompt attention to all business en as shown i opening sectional agitation by the re cats of the party-that delay might possibly sdd such approves the subject of slavery the Territene by Congress. denounces tore the Missouri Compromise
to his care, in the Counties of Thomas, upon nor .
Courts and tie District Court of the United pal of Missouri Compromise ; &shown In gran strength to George Law a* to insure his nomination, interference with slavery in the Districtof Mr. Bowie. Who i is the exception f
Decatur, Baker, Daugherty, Calhoun Early and Clay. any '
State at Tallahassee to unnaturalized foreigners the right of suffragein and that such a selection] would bedi trou. Again Columbia. Mr. Walker. 11M .niaa fna N.. ''York ,"
Office opposite the Court House. February_ 17, 1855. 7 tf Kansas and Nebraska; as shown in its raccilkting it was feared that an adjournment of the convention 4th In the most irorouttakaWe' terms it deprecates [Mr. VallLl If I am wrong lJ.rpe J 1IiJ1N '

October 28. 18M. IT Just Received. course on the Kansas and Nebraska question; a without making nominations would involve the risk the repeal of the Missouri'Compromise' which repeal ted. What am I to tbjnko.fsnelihlie. MJbe.,. J."
shown in the removal of Judge Bronxon from the collectorship defections in the northern States in of the I believe and so'do tha whola body ef BIT
T KM0X3, Guava and Currant Jellies, Prunes, of consequence was sanctioned by platform of June 1855. : that' ,
KNIGHT ] of New York false and untenable th. Missouri restriction .
S. S. JLJ Pear, Sardines Pickled Oysters, Brandy Peaches upon tb prevalence of auti-s'avery! opini a. Well sir. wo have seen by his letter of May last wa oaooostfurt t it'
MERCHANT Preserved Lemon, Oranges,Pine Apples and Ginger grounds; a* shown in the corruptions which prevade Mr. Fillmore was put in nomination, and I voted that Mr. Fillmore adopt a platform that take from was a severe Mow at 'BteU nraslitj; 7l wu siiomittd -' t
AUCTIONEERS COMMISSION of of the shown to
Green Gage Marmalade. Lemon Syrup, Raspberry some departments government; as for him -.and for the following reasons: He was the tbep arty all tlaitn to nationality, and release] it from by the SorrtXbof imer hid ee.aW.d ,
in meritorious naval officers ib North.
TAUAHAfSES, FLORI DL. do. Strawberry do.Pine Apple do. and Gingerdo. disgracing through preju-. least objectionable candidate propose!. He was respected its former pledge to abide by and maintain laws that by Afterwards. sJrt this xjc "t.I _
186 OS Had dice or caprice; as shown in the blundering mismanagement and moderation essential to the rights of the South removed, and we were b (JUory fecte to
his
September, Raspberry Vinegar. Fresh Salmon,Lobster. for prudence, as a publicman. are tha equaliv ;
of lelations. and
. dock, Hallibut and Shad. Assorted Pickles, Scotch our foreign His administration without having been at all ty of State and the peace of the Union. our equaHty. TOG -kirow fWl.v. 'wu..$ is. 1& D t ;
WILLIAM SCOTT, Al. and Porter. 14. Theefo to remedy existence evils, and pre. brilliant had been characterized by fairness and dignity But although I: regarded the sentiment expressed no hoisting spirft. beeaose after the ptapU a I .owu '

30,000 Havana Cigar yet the disastrous oonsequenoei otherwise resulting and, in the man, bad commanded the approvalof I in that letter a* fully exonerating m. from any obligation section in I860 :sneeombed I mere pertr "* 1
'Y"'iJ'"ORINJrEY AT LAW therefrom would build the American and .
AMES HOSTICELLO FLA, upon the principle herein before stated, the United which has so IoG Ia&erfnd =. I :
i 1858. 1 to his support a larger share of the conservative men await his return to States, and sea what :
January ,
J.1110IIU. to tljao sectional question-and uniting upon those purely] na- of the North than any of his competitors and would course be should take after be bad an opportunity of South I am the fait IIIMa '' .bciltMy
tioual!, and admitting into said party all Americancitizens thereby weaken the sectional movement in the free learning precisely the condition of efal,.. and the real lmyMCtian; bot'I -n,, r -' 0
WILLIAM S. DILWQRTH LIP INSURANCE. (referred to in third, fourth and fifth sections) will agree with tiM .
State against the rights and interests of the South.I position of the party. 1 7ht mdmtisa. .Jf &
THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. wb openly avow the principles and opinions' beret -vojed for him in my rrpnsfntatite capacity adefegate After his return and on hit journey from New Yorkto lOur rsstrietioQ:eoukIM..tw JI ..
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, expressed, and who'will 8ubrb their name 1 feeling confident that the party in Alabama his borne be made several speeches explanatoryof Bootb J1fjr.u; .,

AOOCXDlATEn CAPITAL,. .. 11000000. th platr: Pvie ne vrhele ,.thah majority preferred him to either of the other candidate voted hit opinions upon public affiin. At B/xceater b* ta.mt. .S&hlra .. ii I '
MONTJCELLO, FLORIDA. THIS Company iuuea policies on the lives of to mebr present at any meeting of lol for. is reported u follows, via: goTet'DmC'& 4r.p(, I.: ;
fur for the for in tea ;
: person one or more years or whee an applicant applies membership !
iriLLprMtiotia.tiw Courts of the Middle Cir- It is true that Mr. Fillmore bad been a wbig, while 4
OX TilE MUTUAL SYSTEM. American for themdeemed Mr. Tilloacre aaid that be bad
whole period of life, the may. any reason by no reason to dipnise *- Wall wftb aH taa I
VT .nita dTbu. and Lowodes County, Ga. pry furner affinities and connexion were democratic b.o .wbd-t:
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declared the insured policies issued admission to such applicantI my his aetrtimenta on toe tabjeet of the Mionri with
\WdI.t.lu&. 1-J1 Dvi.leo t O yet. in joining the American party, which I believed Compromise which Mmd to 1M the -.Iedoo :
for 6. A free and discussion of all political principles chief source of atrioti wai aU
le op be reform I laid aside all rt *AiilQe': i ,
embraced tn a great movement ray-: the unfortunate agitation* that DOw disturb the
Puser FareA, Mosaut Fa.A5ja.tx, Pre't platrOm.lo" 'Pf&M 1Ure"
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Gits*, Oils,. WUte Mad, &c. i the first place, it will be observed that this old party prejudices. of the country, H* said that it onld be recollected .ud wt 1 :

')AA'BOxE5 Window Glass, ..oruclaba, 100 {JjP AppliUllreiyeJ i Tallahassee by todkujsly.aToid* the uw of the ii every I bad looked to this new movement a* one needed when he earn Into the adminittraffoo; the county ask)ws W""B a1l.-a poIeyI ., _
B. C. LEWIS. wor eaiIward =
y-.Ipure. extra No. I.zpa January 1 from beginning to ed. Tet section the old by the country as required by a general uec s itY asa wa agitated from.eeoe to ciroamferanee with the end $ _
bIrie1e Tt platform declared that the hiyhist duty t nx vement springing from the great masses of the exerting subject of alavery. The question was th a this flcr.rr.wsj ;, ...Vpc5. .
AGENCY O "THE: TNA INSURANCE CO. tired with the miserable forced the .., ,... .". .
f: lirdtttl avow thoir opinion upon to important a subject country, who had become upon country by acquisition of ntw territories stare tht Ifksocri nil ; .
N eurrrAt" .. 4". .<.-. I. ..150,00. slavery scramble for the spoil, nod whose patriotism would and be feared that the eloquent addrata ef&. I .Llim; ..:*_t : ."; !
Tb#o.iffiuitbt15"ad ui ted 'no such obligation preserv. tbw Oman iutaet., 'I voted, therefore f r Mr. chairman gav him more credit far the MUUmaat of 111 _7. MIrra'&at
o lsiat (. J i 1I 1a.) nodenigned, Agent of the above tlQrizal' lINt 1.11 Ii 1., iiif. il1'{ -
1NT" THE Cmpy.wi keep the party uncommitted Fillmore ; but it i ii known to those who were there that question thin be was entitled, to. bat oot raor RoaW hali "
kOiU TAinopal Varsaab receive'applications! for and make an evdetlYlbfto t *$ kgb- I .. PbiZ;
that I unif rmly said that I would support no man however than be would bav. dtMrod bad bit
Spirits Tawatola barrels arJ at retail by Fire, on and Frame Buildings, o tt power bieu5tp..u.a.-. stsc tc"\t
AMES! A LIVELY.J&uy a FurnitureMercbandize IU Dri I propose iu te.first pla'e. t aoc unt for TOT who stood upon the ptttf-rra which had tern aiopted quailed his dstir. Bat the Inrtfc w**, that many nsSaore .w 'W

Ii' s G. j-.-. ..v\ i. laii. ,_( a' 1.WJs"; i prcecuce iu tbt cnn li iss. sad for m j action tbsre.I : by tie council! ot rebluiry, 1856. nobl! patriots. Whip and Democrats in toOth Houtt will be mibera&j; W ..IU4&&t t: & .


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(.'E Mr. IMlfuore tocV wx grnuo J upon the jet They to no lo'jjrer govcrced by any L gh morive. The restoration of the Missouri Compromise / Oar Railroads! Aga1.In Gadsden also produced 2,000 boxes of tobacco I r
-thttLe w uU only intei fere where there Tb.t
: purity and integrity which formerly char
, .. ,iRlon of the cojistitutioi:, (r wliwe tlicreV cotrrizcd. them has erg smre ccaacd to exist. It Line. our-last paper we spoke of jhe gratify Wo Jiaveomttadthi'b

I. :.Test informality! i io .jtciiCtaunt. That.vhen fieenw t1eY as li have paM.; that if any" remedy is We had prrpnred an article! embracing ing progress of our railroads. From the information tiys of t Duval ajid Nawaa, FUiJa. and I : <\
k irtyAtthflt tiri Kftit is tobc found ia individual fiction. -
-nun must
\ >H. .:t. ho teils us in hU fpceche* that the rrCftll the IfMKns of their b .yl..i id. thejr ea ly lesions ecuch'Mvo eudonee that all of Mr. FiHmore'sfriends I Liit 'before our readers it seems to county, Cu.' '

4 4.. ... ,hc Missouri CiHipron&e! w# an net t.fI. rf !lo\e and nflvrtion 1 f nb., o>.--i/if//M// Union. in Coi.gres: ?, excepting Mr. T.ilk, voted I U3 there ought to be no rational doubt, that It will thus be.Seen that the wealth ;

': .L ;tlV." -.. .: .' trd when Ia in wLe ppi4i tbtt 4i Je Ieiece'd wiitn t.at tI sv 1 the by dav sv.iv iuiJ<.i coi.t thvir>:itutinal dreams iJaty by bight-tht.y must be their inurt thoughts tarry I directly for tlia rvs-toratiou of the >!Iis>sou no easily can and will' accomplish 'the two soarccs'pf theFlondft* counties were. I : f,

:; 1u-Icuu j themsehxs buck to the \ eljs of our eaily bittory, and ri Compromise which, on ascoint of it3' great objects of connecting ifo O.lf and Atlantic -, greatly mero than double! those of the t !
: u-ar. f-IfiiJs) uptii tl.ifl fl')or f tbcy cnn vouture to fBf draw lion'from fresh iliau hta of patriotism.I I I
has been crowded oat.of this anil siti-fied that }
s :}.-s country that in sficb an. tvcct Mr. FiHinorev I Mr.. Chairman, I: have fpokcn very tiecursivdy i length paper.- aild of bniiging'tlorida.-itito: ; connection -' gia counties we are j

t b .., '.'. .TithhoJ<3 from si t } a Eanetioo JTi.fc very ratabtlngly, Leoiuse I have not Lad time previously It v\illaj!: >pear in the next, as also several comninnuati'ois with the gre-it Vjbtero nIzi1road.pciic. crease of popul'ttiorv'amnd general* | ;

arc grave qucftzi-w tbej sic quoitions wl.iciia1 ;, to ftrrance rn-i thoughts.But I tnt that 1navs hand. Hamilton an.l
; now on ( of the Unite-l! States mont in Colombia, :
.i .t. .> yve paily u cf Jiie j 'tyiqu'ttkns liclia..drtp : with sr.fikioil clcnino s ftiued the readout (hat: t rating every portion (

.-: ; themselves lo tLc r.iindsff tLiuking auJ] rcasru infiufiic lay ccii>*c. l'i iJxii'g rpon: my line t-f con Wo loam from exchanges received this I; banding: and binding together all its pirts, have exceeded that of the Georgia t|1 :
:..r lAn-mtn who'' arc uot diejx>sed to ba led duct. I have acted | !! '
Rin my t-p.nion evi mnn iini- and material well moral strength through which the Kninswitk road xvi
giving as as
.* aav by mere partY bins-nicn covetous of tbtir <*rnpe ing fiom n y fectioa: bLC4-.Jd-h! feet.on linked us it is flFt1ifl( that th? fighting contifu'si, ia ianhas. !

aal cbxractor cc&l Dignity, and ccviteaa of pi p- for vral >r"A.T vce v. ilh the institution of *lu\ eiy ; on We have not to : j to the confederacy. But the v.-ry great advantage
publih pr.itict
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't i.-vi.:2: th iZz.itvuI (qu.iiirV: cf ll'iir Stttia.Mr instit-.iM-iii titrn-u.fr. ua it were, tho) v : 1191)iUthe
4-1 tfeutlemari pcnr:it rr.e to pro- our Stsitc tfomwnints, and to dctViul vLkhwotir) 4 3.
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: .. .> km' Trheilicr! tho "jntlt-irsn from AKtlutiiiacu: | The ( anras. ria Talk'.iasseo'! ant! Alligator: to I'crnandina j i iI which will certainly be. dt-ik'J to n !
: -. ,t s t. >.iilkuT.; cin.se !j Un AITEXDIX.)
;. :,i j. the tictiic-i: wl-i.b ate ;.uout to be l.adji. *. We congratulate the friends (.f Pnuwracy, I ;ri'l Jacksonville, anti: l by ti.e completion of j to Thomasulle and thence to ;.; !
To die Anirrttin i f tit First Ct' t ns\onal
: UiC e.ttY t'tc jo sl'-t pon.t ii o-i iav rariy fioin Pensacola the asrnuch the stock of the .' : .
l 1 ; ltlrict tf _labama. to Tampa, upon 11tter1i'g: the honda road to Cedar Keys. Thecon) I a.* j
: a .j- ** l''cne t\ if it vi'1itt .
: v.\iuJ! v.-tc ij faior tf the ; J Leg yon to read the forrK.WMfpecch in xvliob my pro. ])ccts of Riiccej'slsicfj} evtry where att j neCt'OiH' we trust and l believe, will not inter I road i is controlled by the 1'i.iicn ; ,
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: tIi re.i--ii i-r nr-t f;:pp> rtiug' Jlr. l"illniore inc trivon.A .- t tend'I our standard bea rer. I'rom i i tlic Weat I Iwo fere with the extension: of our railroad to Georgia Railroad Company. '
Mr. Vnh1Zr I wf.l t *- tho tl..t I was v''cte 1 l-y your votes t<> the scat 1 hold inCV.r.ies '
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eicfl in thU: wisr In tt }rtr.. a: .,t: ;. ;v'o in 3 c,0Stiit =p, I ? .! it due to you to say, that if Uit courn1 hive the most cheering accounts, every t IVnsacola, which nature? gecrns to have; ordained j j As we showed in our last paper, t! .
f k ihepTVU.-fl) iu that ia I have ri cst ribe I far myself in ()he J"residential citeti mail Lttois well *" to th llorMa
H> my CAl rsy juJ bringing from informed and to be the "Q-ieesi( : city cf the dull. | granted by Congress
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t Uilt, tlii Ut.-'ii n'l Lriot ,t, j L.iJ !b. t n, tUaJ < >u HivJcitin! ) your judgment tiufil: to fuither reprpscnt -
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the 'ftb pt .fiL' a 1io ir" \oamnynir t in count conventions I/ d.wnthat i I: should iJo so. It is >nly thiough such
l''ckip nsf or.Ir! a1e ihu iKo
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Jo tIe. tn c< : ,
:> 'UiI.Cip! "hid' :* r.tb- rs : !? !; > tint t 1 c ud! oeitain with any certainty believed that a majority of the! momberi j (Iicir work so as to form n. connection I ti"ir! vnlne, at :%;V 50 an acre, on the l

: 'tr tan: submit to :ii !ij.-i; : .* j-rnuVc, I would < \oui Tki L r. I'nai.king von ir I tl.-o cmilidtisee you : from th t feHtoi uil! Le Demociatic. i with tlie preut Southern H-trbor :as last ns then of the mails, cqtzal to -S'-',200> per J i:
. have Lcul--i ic iqx.M.-j in uif, 1 am, n-ppectfu iy, I i j '
I the Uni.-n thtvcii-1! i.t. fr-; ? i:! .At. ( t 1i.ncvVALiI We are much gialificd to hear that: our mad ical.1 The land$ are of imccrtaii; : : ;
], J aui tat> uiMinioJiKt t!:;.! Vilj: 1113- OUHnphtsnaJ. -%(ns, < c. : 1 possible : : prac t e. ; axvnmp '
I trtst. jrojval I'paioirc tL i.fotbtis W:. hiuatn. .\unt t 7. ISoi i friends: in the \% et t active i ii of! be ]i !
;; ; iyhs ae : enppott The s roiul great object, which i U to put '! b'U mav. "safelv!. computed .it S-;:'

_vt,gciiti'inm 1 ay ni'TV,,tint i:, all iu dumncasaud ro- jmi jcut.suit if inno.sstoccithcrn the < 'cl.'' Perry. \Ve regret, deeply regret his in- j j ns ia connection with tl.o railror.d; Fj'oic-ta of j tuiie. Thus Iiom th'Vf land-? i :

4 reetiictiout icforrcd to by thegettetrw! tboulJLc renetcttl jf1Bribiafl' ft onrna.T 1 ability to \itit them, but tifo'unafs: : ii-! the Ignited States: we think, should bo accoapisu'd 'i Florida comp'iiiie.1: ; will realize ( i
the pouth-if that is to b" the liuale r-{ ; t : .
upon ness:: fc ems only to inspire: zeal and each mile of their roads tint -
; this fierce sectional strife.. .it would Itad to r lis.Mjvorncc ; greater | by n road: entering! l'losida'f.t\ : more ; :

of the Union. I P.IJ fm tLcr. tIt m U. cotifcar.i 1 i i ntriotirtn; .imoii't5 1113; (iistanl fiiciit-! ;. \Vo of (he meridian of Tdlahas-'ce.: We arc i| to iron :and eijnip a first tfoss i oul.! '
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inationof the ivent the goullemaii Lio tujij-witl. ifirtv
still hojic howe\er, that his Middle and Wesj j aware th it soiif: ot.our most respectable and woulil bu unwise to :itte'ut 1 lo : ,
yoke had p.teiicj' it oaU ihig ftoiu cviiy !.:!! j ji ;

.. lop: and every vale' in the MiutL. 1 v.-ou'.d light tl cLea'con ;: tri friends vill! Inve the' {il.\isurc of giv-otiiig I i intelligent ci.'i/.en: > in I this comly: : advocate the i j these lands till the completion of the (

fires of u-vollcii trtrj Lli.fii btror.ci r.i.o, Saturday Sep. 8 1850, him before the election. of To enable the to :
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need be. cut -with UK swoid the lx>nd&! tLt liisLf:! > brhiig: :: road from: Tdlaii.v: lo j ji conpflhiiec : : : ;

: us with O1IprIfl1. \1, In fencing ibis, I vroul J irvrote PEIOC2ATiC TICKET. With fe-'1ings of pi: j1o!<\ v.v a %.nre! our di.v i: ThomasAiile, fron which [point they hope 1 sr.Lf.f tlioir lands and I other resources; ,

.- Heaven to tern that d.atlt dav r. av frrm r.=. 1 !tt'lt: l fiien.h that liie Dinocracy of \liiidi'! > there will be- a eoiincetion v.-tlli Ilramwick on 1 teriul i'liprovenu'ijt :.ct of the last
would not only !ivc in peace, but cuUi\atc. E o f4r i r s : :
we can, fiaternal, concord and Lii my. But tl.t FOII i'iiisiii-\T.: ; J lid-la are alive to the injpoilanfe; (of the gl>)- ilie Atlantic! and :ii-o witii the .So'ithv/eslern! ; tureauthomes; tie! issuattov; of !bonds, ( ?

can only be achieved all, it can ouvj preferveJ 1-y a JAMES BUCHANAN I ion-: wink i:, n.s they will denjojjslrateh i: October Railroad of ( eorit. I It iiin t bt rii.inife'-t tt-rfst on which is guaranteed by the ) .
-idts
Ictenoination upon to axvaid to t-r.oli sl'tJ** ;
ite full rqualitv and to the ttZt4&; of c.. :l. El.te fuil < I1 r rrvx-'ii.-* ANT *. i i\\t1-'t\, i by t 1h:* large !majnrily; fiu r found i iDt that a road from 'Tilahas! : ; to Brunswick ; imiirovetnent fuutl of thStato.. The !

and perfect equaity.r.e li for with tJ.oothcr. tjc%'rrairt. ? t mocrali" !ptincipies and moi.: L'jt our viri Thomasvill'j! : will b-j a ii-.nl and( (of OIiOUS 1'ui'toad Company }have bcw: iviable-J i ; : !
.' not wottli ina: tr ligLtibg t'r tsK.iil.fcnat (
u- roil \ 1 I'-F; iir.-
; iMNr:: ,
objects of tht-'r: CUR'.J<'U r.iccainc! I (i < u.mlih jvastern: :i'iil Sciithern frien'U! 1 li.-f-.tir
"-\ in equality i* the ieidifuuda:1& .;: d.t'i. .- J. ft Ji jDiHADISON 5T IL L. selves i'i-! ilo tiidr i duty, a ; ; Stul -# mutt not lc clTr..f ll.cir 5-vt-rtl uU.y. .
,c .- rthJrci'ir a nnutvi in tl.--.i ijLi ( 'I- ; ;::; i vi1 i!!. a'l! l a ec.innlet fiiui ov-rwh, .!!lnmr: fri.llZJ /. have embarked, and in which the 'tie will thrt road may ia the .i.uue way \b n t f

But, Sir. '" r a':1: V thoi'r.--ikiuJ *: ctioaiustily )? i 1?! 2Cst'!. l
hr.\e so large ai: iitere: l. I It i-3 ceitainlv im.jiohiiu equipped. (Oi liie C0iiifiietu :t of the
Fr.rn what I ; ;:j ze .n ti.t cannot V -
niy '*!f i: vi-tiw: f.i; Mr. Flji.j ie. Whit.mj. to havv1 ttro loads uinnSng parallel to the Lin L-5 of the lO1liCS: *.viil; ; :
"l i to JO( t "Whoc- ui I t gc S I v. Ill : ::: \ tr t1ej pcsion. *- f3. I SRf5Y.GEOUGE Sifcdi: of trie Hon. PercyValker, f .
er.-h: oilier f'. so many :aie! ; tiiro'.ig'i tl: off! JiiQir iinlc'iteJiUMS, b'-t'.iug t1eti: -
I sball n-1 ;::T. tu'cr zi.y what I conceive lo ')} .L.CI1t' t rTV. 1ai.uI2. 1
be ifcc "ivat, !c-.u'sng. f>:ndr.nHifal: i i' .* f the Aiiiercaa m sauia: pp.iri-jly t-.tle'! countrv. The con- t fit"' of debt, for which th'yviI! Lave
partyI taLl ti"W, r.iul.r.tfru1JoCI wh t .stnictroa of oi') may jot lie fetal to the oth-i lI.s-.c pfihapt; : thai S."V,0'JJ( per auk*.
I in.ike no e..rM-nder of't) I hcJicr-" t
year fgi) read the ( eeli of fl.e Hon. PouWaiktr ,
to'bi-ll-cVi e purjv>sci ot tJ.nt p.aty. I>a'r, iT S. HAWKINS 9) but the)' laii'-.t be nintnally and wriottily iu- Whv, then, should; iwr people doubt l
the litre b.-in! I iutt l.cl.l those Lzs; in who was in the Kii.y Nothing cnnventii:1.)
.ojsnco. i jn;ions. fi clearly the uf Fbi idiar.s baild Florida r.\iil' _
to
duty ability! a
)
OK ? < .
A ;tMr
let tU'UjVi letl) ui- ti-iiv, tiu-tsii t.at! Jiofjrce ot'Nrv.L
I must > l-.y that n((i:,.ii't!( '.1 1 \i 1. !i'ino.-e!! fu.' tt' Pre:-ivlenev <
and( pc-wt-T ifllnii -::!! tn.t'i ti.->/ .'! nullhenc'vi'5 -* to !foster ih'.ir ovi rotfx. should aiv: one It'-ire 't toci'i' ? i
aia1'-"' i-i t'.t1 t-<-'v ; >- >'.un t-fthe coi.uIrv i(,; ::1JcToIt. and :.r.etn.iHv: lectived c i i-hit. voter.: ? :t
::!, i it! is Mii.l that wf caii'iut build ;tin load A road through Q"iuty to : -
here.-ftcr. T ar.v f !'.r.-t v.Iw 1- : -v iflt ;..i > A. LO/;, GKO.v. '%, '. z caniliHat. lor the Vice IVc-iiik'ncy o'i tlie tickci
fln a ti.t : ; i:-. 't eth t-- 1'lorida. aiifi that! there is i.o doi.bt; of the thfnc'J t-i Mb.at-y: will gi.'i* u UK : :
ti ] D. HAUNTS.ro : with; Mr. I nilairtre. \h r. Vi'tjlh-r I i- aniIn1J..r i
cs abiliK 1Iiin fFiui.: 'c'uic is ; f 2.-giai'c-e :.td : : ; t f au-1
> CongtV-
whk h, once given is a T-irl.t, K# :njp.i-: a rfssty cjvn TSIKDP. sEY.trI:, ; a gcn- build! a road to 'il.oinusviUo, ItK() ;miles, to be our v.'iiole! State lint a road to Tho.' ) ; '
the reolj'itnt: :iUvaTs to cflit I i. sufl'rage A man tct..jin! ; n;f Jah'iit.' Jli-I i \vords < .. T. LAIIAS exUimk'd( iirioiiniJv: (ii> ifM>\A\ or Mobile, cnnneftin ig- with the Tallahassee : ,
(8flfl.t hold l.iujsdf iw-ctrd iti MX'J tiir. > ie
Then, tir, WIK-U ir.i i TO p :::iuai! a.i I j-> tl' ; with a branch -10 u.iless; to 'I'ahla1msCe! and woi-I! give Thomas! every Advantage I ,

The 'nnmitee \rill cHc-nc Lit i ia ::!U! tlat I La\ < 2 fi : ; r '. ; ;: ; : :;-r.T \ i 5hK', and ihtudd bo u-'i by eveiv ijhu1re! anotlii-r! ovr (f 0 miles to ibanv. We think enjoyed by 'lalIdii.2e! 'ii'd f.5-siig: ; I
Mid of Jlr. Fiilm. rc I anj f.pakjng: ff !::::> ss l.v Ji-v/ in. :: in : !'' Scuth. V tiTiiM-
*.tanjs. I ; I no ptLit fli ti3jCtUIV ? B. 3ROKAW, BR- G. PAS2HILL, n--pott l/iihy our ability! tbniM a road i.i Florida I'.trW the coun .v, th'k produce of which ROW :

Is : t 5 1It c11y a 1.tt nnud C. P. CHAIRS, DR. LUCI23 DUVAL.rloritlian 5, i i.-tha-: upon ail ..nitiiernersHh; iff :if ::c ai' :r .!, ..i "'it t of: JL-u-.v\ick: : and the Southwceiei'ii to this place, \v*.uld divc-t! ,much of its : {

: unifr 1-I'dk 1 t'-tr f cfice: I t', : ): el eiiu _, hi'li niut i.et '
care not vrhnt: Mr. Vi'ilra'-re's 'pin; <.n* \i !.- i ii I & roi.ri: : ". of t ( eorvit. mil.: trade away from 1'tlli'tiact't} to )
&. Josiruai for the faiypisn.Vi'e !.. t I li.hIIutti ILStl f-Juill! fftll! I
ji : % or v. e
> :t
I take Lsin as Le -taniU. r.n.l 1 tr.lis: 1,5r..>;rj>itii-! Fmni t i's.: iv, : iof tlia DirectorM: .t'tia pot- north of LL. Indi-peiitlciii! ;
as they stand i.ov.He i< a i.-.a <-f L: jicrw/nai prcr' 'M lo irc tn lhMWII-! 'it.rd.iv it. ]1u> 4'y t!> the demon 1.i f ;eiti.hv: and eiii il! wir. -
Brunsuicl JJailro.ul : I l.Vili the injury to our entir:? svtmn by a
I- Let. : Conany] .May ,
character mr.ti inie5i.trgi
; a ty Thi4jJtU'J ; Juno, and et'n tiiue i.nti! after tLo I'jesi.iiKjial: iJce - ---- ?
:L Ifl \vlu lins v-ithcf I Li ii < \VI). J ii&-i dr, It I lS.i;( it t that "the financial eondiliuniif '1'hionia.s ii he. \cuiiicientiously
lion. lL C Floji iin! m.d Journal] a1ltr !
tapaJni : at' the Ii1 l. L-i American kep iiiarmor :
givr nun full nt fr L. Pty i ia l.-.s j-r.jfi-p.-Joi.s. every : o.i
\vtr. -. -Lo i1'e ifl'tij.' JI l winr rL11; : and lii weapons: l luiit.---z'e/. t t'e! Companv; w.i-Mib=tantiillvas: follows : wo.ild prove nuvit iijuri'j'.H; to the : [

were to i-.i-ic1 cM:' r t.f t.v'e tv u : !j 1'V l'.* ] ut, r1., SuLcrixr, i iTo "Jtiug: the ;.laruti: blovr wind, come: wrack 1 ama.ia i.Ti !- the city, with who=e [pn.'.pt-riry we are
1 sh ul-fe.iv', ; !' : 'r't', -t tn.'.!.fully. lit :!.*y ut.cbc.th t ('ub ofa.1-Iress sn.P.O.., 'J! oo : :
'* ,"il I M At l-i-l v -'il die ui'h' hidrncon our l.-iek.' T.U.-.l: anint recM on stock, 8I-iy'WO' ( ) i, tilied.Wc .
bc'tl. {>f llivir iTCor-'a wiJ f ; l ''bjert i.iiblv p.Hut .-:;.!;-. Mtcbfih.IJ ( )-trmditi liomis, 'J-1U.OOO) are awaro that the Legislature ilif'l
s'.r, ben I *"';re t" :.4k ;nys lf tLc juei.: ;. I' 4 ) ilu 1 st-i.J i- the DJ.J. Ocean JJiink, -10.000}
nv i"i
.. **' w > f.irivl; r de.sj.eraf'j now anthotized to grant a cluirte'r for a
a '4 4' ; j i
.- ; >vliich of thf-c two inTi ff
. .. i t tb-n>) I ir.ua lr.VI aiwu-r j it I.i .1.5* ui.en 1he \aii.Uy : corcjAii\ the <..ioeriC t-ouni;;o btlwtcn the} :tci--r.t n-nrjer M.vvbeih t .. 13O3() Thornasville, atrd the ppinion: is t : '
] the rlist place, iho ]Jitffiw .Li'b !.!r. ycLsu-? and 1 ?
nr
t4 iisre iepei-t"il cotiisjisirtry who entertained by legal gentlemen that the
a sm stands. vil (fe hiri l1.ttF1i-: lo> ss it It, :< The .Y.4I!'k M-comjji-l.ed nr- the "grading
far more iu acc'rcl.w.iri'h ir y t.v.n < },.tuoub a.:. of about 2j( milfe of tie! mad Hi.isho!, an.I(
4 than liat rn xkl.icli 3r.! Fjiti-e fctaaJa* I ; for; 3Jc:;>rs. J'l-rry ana ; "
paly. line itliout the
road the ,
Jnlse it, er. tl..t his J rty '* n'w fu'.ly c- .I41teJ .t !{ kins I IB the IVfit.Veri. a'out' 1.14 1 mil.'i "f iro-i rails LiH."' It wa-> to Georgia v.

th ; tcie: to Fri; (:p ( TJ t1t ev tLhp it is iuijiosiiijly to account for til*' <>b.tiuacy i expected that the We-t batik of the Sf. 1(1.1w'itld ( of the l'ff3icola & (Georgia; & Central

oaltl e ienr' t'! f r;;l.s cf all r'c'.3.m tb-in any ctLtijvsrtr !.<;ii, t'jt.; 1.INsr 1. <.1 f onr cotemporrsry, ot'jerwL t' *' than }bv load Company at ::ny [1).irl:i Vst
in the c1ntrv. ; bo ached in Augu.-t, cii-tance t W)
Pen UlufT 4'
: ::5.i ;$ ( ) ), that! he t too, like Ma-jbelii, has been Alaparia: but we have: endeavorwl .! Pu.hatif'ilaratcr an.1 i
r. er : 11A :uchi'rt .in.a. 5 miltU waa stated! th-it a contract( for
'eIt such as-to n'Tird s-jue gi.vtd <.T bc.. 'J t<, t.'noMJu'ry. consulting witches, ("tiie w<- : I f-i-UMs; ,") wiiv -, thatalUndto: ( Thomasvillo will b-J
Yi-llow! lluer R.Mjjton ''ra'lisi'! iSi miles
: moie Iritl Inrit conclud'-d; ,
i.t ler.ft, tl.r.t l-e will nt IJK.VO faW to IJ7rrf. O *j *
!tvrcd itli! Iiizii
; p.: v. )) i'l! ;i double Fen.e; the the of
.* sicr.. IK' baa l.ound LxLtiux)1v) l>y iL }>nrtv ; I 11.JVfnfaiCola I. and h is 1 in"v: !ra nom ed tii.it tiio jilnnters' ofl'ii''nns injurious to interest of Cily

platform. T!': Klnowlfd- the ii/.t f :dll.e! Sats lira Ui.i> >, Yard contracted to I
)
Navy 1 1. Oar
c'uri"e.; : cotctiitiDr.irv: !is evi-lenllv .
r.nd not only rf tl..- *ta1os fr. tiitir jrc.t.. crp.tit fj i H frade, I brivigo ;i-l:; I I timber: I tie! balance of the the Stale.We .
'. t :i ir lie ib.Mre a conuectio-i with I !
O .viiig; to tha rciit tlor.n, we hav- been road to Thomaille, about lit 1 ((1) niie.! o
I tLi-.r *
? 1it. : r.-c.'jnise tq-jiiy confidence ii
f.iilen
; feigns ; a ; e-insj ino.it iu-
i1'c' i'-3 .ui i tli \vilhoit} u.r.ils fr Tiie ijrti.iawii.k road '1'liiiinavile and( Savatmah! but it should heat; .1
1i2-I-it' P1 ': : j> eLig.Ts t-e party to iCjmiin : .a week pait until this nioni- to pasts
] 1b mutably fur tie! purposa iftii'*(fli rein (itlierNcine t *-
: fis :tv ttts. ( IeI.4-t M.'Uvt: oi the Alapaha: at which} point,
\hjCli.ttcCnui'.for' the entire absence ofnews thro t tiie comities!i of Ware, Ciiich: Lowndes! j ?
i c:2-.s I::) tn eLL I the Su.h. i1rfre, :1 of)I the sign's' of the {hnoscan inaKe l.i'ri
r.tkin thr E( Pvt. geiitbitn f' hir .( ii: this isEue. and Thomas. Tim I United States; census re- der&taml the Peniacola fc Georgia j !
i1 falser a momwit: in i.is; i'iiti! i'i: the jKipulatity) !
tti-2j1 w''t ;.t tLe nn : ; i -- of 1KVhows) tho Company is willing to make a Georgia ;
4 Zi'ir! 1, ':eic view .e (.a-t of ti.! "M'lt-l: i '! l Pre-Ment.*' One after another port fillowingtatUtfcs: : ;
Equinoctial Storm. nection. This u ill not increase the
that tb teil e'.ttt i Iietrccn 1r. IcLai :iz..1 Wliitos. S.ivr! Males of Cotto.'i.Vare j i
ii
'e.sion States
tl.c Wacl-fp".l-V.c.i'i: jjnii.Iu-e, at, ] Hut. iLercf I The ci.tiro ( lulf side of the Peninsular, fioni : qiii-jk tic tiiat wre claimed \ .V17 Si AS :3 Ji !i.to Tallahassee and will prevent the i]
iO:2 a z. iheri ran, a cte fiiii for Mr. i i'irnore' : i.i voij'O ofthtiJHter
to h.as lioen tli'1thfalre pronounce a )( tion of rival roads I Ii
llat candi late vLo can 1'iiiig wosl t-ucsipt'i ?.i.i.ti t.wjc KtyVcst Apalaeliieol.a, clinch! ,, nor( I ii .) iosi.st mutually prejudicial.

trh S* E'JT J xvoul'i be tli as-trous to Jli"-- I rep- of n. \ : iOt:, 11S1! dcilnictive 5-torm cfviiv.l tieir! jirefcience for Democratic: men 1.1) ':ii.h's, 5ti: ) :. ;.;:l:) t.t) I 2'l'hiniia i From Tallahassee to Brunswick via I

*%; anl fd'.l t" l.c! Uni' n-I :ra that 1 n.' ft cut nini r.'ii-), wliidi; crmmencc'l <:I n S.ilur- and Democratic: IIUMVJ.V: The i>intinilhrjrs ( ; ) t:{ rii 1 : ; 7(5'J7lecatur ( as.ville the distance is 200 miles. From
nvself l i'>'e from pijtv i.s - -i/.is ,6u
but >
nothing slight of Eatalliinj ,
vrl.ere i'i my j-vl? se: it i is roy duty io c.trt: it t, c'ay rficifo: :) liLt :ud eontinafil wilhontHminution n (-littering: i lahas: ee to Columbus on the Suwannee |

i-.r.d tLr.t! i is fir Mr. EikchuiJin.' ; >, as of a U'v.' coinbal-ui, .: ikijjihi-
j
( : until 2 o'clock the sywe I tLink I may say. ilr. Chairman. *>\itl.ov.t fear <>f jiiir fur; cwilexj'l.7.lc SVr (afircs.; I lleta; s :
: contradict, hat, siucc I Lave Lten a HKinWrof j this As ticpated I, ti.e must tiit! ; .Scig:: :uci.ur.ti thus sc" thi' contlitioii nf the Urmiairk f Bruawii'k (50 miles, making the (
"in 1 Noitli Carolina I (ii lie i lections i went off} al
ilocse.tlerebas been no occasion wherewbenevi i iI 41. 1 lliuhswick the of Col-ambus
: rt-.nclii'.ig us every :sy of the nijirecedeiitccl : \\ road ati'l the resources: of the comities by way ,
could piove taj? attadinn-nt to vl.at! I believed to Lethe most entirdy >oi: local \\i- which will
) nj >\v not : i
dcstructiun of the Hamilton Count less than 200 miles.
I leadirg idea of the policy of the Atnciicau patty cotton crojso ii: this iir! !!
-Ia at :..1 found lacking iu muuifeting n.y desii e ::r.d the! :uijoitiiiij; cointi-s: of ri"ji..a! | :unlCi'eorgi.a operate upon, (he 1 Pieoidenli! 'il d.-etion) ii: N i- ti1nfarv, : ; "it.lVon relative di-jtnnce to Savannai! by th j two |'

to carry out their policy; but, sir, I etau-l i.ol ijcc r.3 ; nii'l the whole with \embor."' l >:it what sav* .Mr.! 1 linyiin: ;' ofv ithe I
for the couiitry strewn vNo.th I St. Marks Talla'.i.issee same.
a prtt aa. I claim the light i-i- ully uijEt'.f, : rn nut t (
time bt-ii'ij, willi thr.t) party wliich 1 inywlf.rfSRul r.s tj:;<:oole l trees ami jirostrate l inec.\; .' A pail Carolina, v. lo was !nominatetl for Vice Tljomasvillo to IJrunswick is about 22O miles- Uruuswick and Savannah therefore,

the most consf-rr.V.ivc. I'tiust to preserve my o.vjindlviduility Provident by Ttioi of( t! IVITJW No-
one : ;
; ingoing wiili this or with thai p. itv. fion
.tfcctrdin? to the dictates cf my own judjrn-.H-t I tlir.t: rdojiK'*.! our &lrtjt>= ami a flight bt< ::ihi ii dug paity. road will he in op"ratioi: ]>;nul for, as above them. They arc offered a connection !j

u-.ihcrtiiow tae' up the paily aikthe tcim pay:f Iwia'Di-ic'-cal.vf '+\ je/icsn"" 1 ti.-.iply 1.1 r i i-: fj-.c of the} i.ablf: walls of the C\aj.ilol, this Mr. Knyner: wrote a letter, "daleil! llal'i4l h,, 'i'hc balance: of the load io the Horida line, 1 the Gulf, which does not impose onerous I I|! '

etp:1-r: fear I may say ei; -alt-nV, ftisrc'wl.zit of oa city has been damaged very yJiyhtly.'e July SO, to tome K. N's in Wilmington, J j i50) miles, it is expected, will bo graded by i (dition, but which is essential lo the! ( )
m.iuiciic.; Tciliaps it umy U ro ia my own di Jnct Delaware) which has been published! ; and in t :
\\ leain of their intercsls.
aie jlvared: to thai the reported own .
,
the
of Thomas and
1 Were I covelcus cl a longer wnice iu this! J.all, J iWlajurd wealthy planters:
J that all J tvuuld have lo do to attain tL.it crd irij.izy; to the Hr.ilroad Depot at .St. 3I.arlts it he said- i Lowiules," and the 40 miles from the line -- I 1

would be to take in Land the Fiilmrre liBtmer and "There i ia wnndcrfal leaction Y' .
a
iny going on Editor FloridiM Jo-irni!
mid hns been i iover $
was {-Hjiht, jromitly: rej>:.iied. t to the (lulf must bs built by tho same means :
4 canvass rny district. Hut if 1 ki.ow myself Mr. CUii- I the entire South! in, f-ivorot'Mr. I'illmoro. !
mac, I cannot be govemed l.y nny mh pt'iional auiUiion. The blow over the waleis of the dull'tnuet Our in earnest the f or by the contiibutioa of Floridians, to bev1.hel(1 I In the Sentinel of the 20th August, in
pcojilu' arc waking to
( )
; up
: I muel do what I conceivt- be ray *2uty iK.tr "
.
crcly ts & Soulberu man, but a duly <-i.jiud urxnrne :: have been rri'ic beyond description importance of the issues I involved ill the contct. \ from their own Stale enterprises and article headed Southern Sentiments

ly the aUe iancc 1 owe lo the great organic bw.S ; cud has re:;ull'jd, we apprehend I, in gre.a dam t I If this feeling in favor of Fillmi'te continues devoted to rival and adverse interests. !1 following sentence occurs :

I trust tli-.t: iu taking the course I Lave ]positd out for 1 .150 to shipjsing. I to increase for the! next t thiitv t lavs. as Now lot us turn to our l-'lotida roads.- ; Mr. Long, another Buchanan ;
nJyPei!f to fcigUL I Jim goreitd by sujrgeKtions of a it IMS,: dune for the Jant thiitv he will '
: ,
--- Fillmore
Fremont
,
----- -- carry, 'j prefers to and iu the
I.iither Twi'n&iisni than that Mlich! eenerallv rulesluneoUible From St. Matks to Feiuandiaa, via Talla- I
>8rtS;! !s." I trust tint, uo matter Low this may ciuwlttber The Leon Club uithout doubt( neatly: all lh' Southern 1 sence of instructions, will[ vole for (
ht'ee ahoiit 200 milos and t t'o Jacksonville
I am tonic down bv the overwhelming tide i .Slates. i iWe : j first, last and all the time."

of pailv wralb. or whaler, from tie very fact of mycwn : \Vn idc.c.scd: ; Thursday iveuiig Jat by have thong hopes of ek-clirig: ottrcandidate i abuut 180 miles. The Florida Railroad Tho first clause of this sentence i

Independence. I may be allowed to preserve my 1 V T. D. Barnes, Esq.: Democratic Elector for for (Jn\einor next week. I Ji i* wo can i ieven Company has purchased iron for 00 miles! of
bumble event the chat f will not bents for it is
own way--n any "' my position entirely not i ii
the \Vcpf r.tul Theodore Brcvard. Jr. of this "hold our( Z own, cnnipated I with t the | ;
I* Ud at my door that I have been cither recrrap' to their toadhich is now being laid, and i that I "
j vole two th State will be prefer Fremont to Fillmore, or
sectional duties cf own M val years ago, :; secure
1 rav own foigetful my pci City. It affords us pleasure In bestow the which will be completed thw ear. The Tallahassee
it-spect, regardlft i cj tie right* of cry portion of our !! for Fillmore. 3 l ever so expressed myself, cither verbally '

I confederacy, or that I ever turned my back upon the merited compliment due the talont and bright -Ah, .Mr. Kaynor, like the Sentinel, seems j Railroad, part of the Fbi ida system, in writing. I have uniformly declared
claim!: winch) the Ccieutution has pn n-.y allegiance, 1 promise of those gentlemen as exhibited
and the 1'ensacola and
llr. Chairman, we Lave beard louch tS-wght from voting to icly on "reactions," and great results j controlled by Georgia i in my opinion there js no ground of : \

I I l be gentleman from Tennessee [Mr. Ready.] rn the ] on thia occasion, commanding the confidence arc expected if this feeling continues to \ Railroad Company, is now in cffluplete run 1 CMC between these gentlemen on the f
I ubjecCof dituoion. Time wae, eir, when that word and admiration of their personal atul political
*' ning order leaving about 130 miles all of
I increase and "if hold issue of As I have
I prated on an American ear. Time was when no man j wo can our own, mount tlavcry. not at

wllowed' Lime elf to weigli or deUte the value of the friends. We regret that Mr. Barnes will not j compared; with the vote of the Stale two which is, or soon will be, under contract. i lime given utterance to such a sentiment,
Union. lime was ben the Mawacbugette roan anil be able to extend his visit further East, inconsequence The
subscriptions which will doubt-
the I/nreiana man acknowledged the sovereignty of i years ago. Very discreet qualifications these j present as in my letter in reply to Mr. Cabell, (
I which force him less be much the
of
their rwpectife State Tun wa when the law wst engagements "ifs." .In ten days after this encouraging enlarged as prospect has been published in tho Sentinel,) it io -
;, obeyed tbrcngbout the lei.gtb and Rreadth of this land I to return West immediately. Ho will endeavor having a road increases, arc more than Mifli-
4- when every man, whether li\'mg Jfortli or South, i letter was written the election returns in dent to prepare the entire road for the iron that the Northern Know Nothings and \ "*
to visit the East .and South .after the dec-
yielded a ready wbedie/ico to the entctmcnU of biajJUtc % 1 North Carolina showed that the great rrnc- > jails, inclusive of bridging. Black Republicans perfectly agree in
-A IrgisUtore and, aboveell. when no man dream (ions in October.j .
ed of treason to the cojietitction of the United State ] lion had given the Democratic candidate for The United States census of 1830 gives the the door to agitation for the repeal of the I |

_ These lime bav paswdAway, ins) w now pre sent ( Broorae reached home.yesterday I II i ( jovernor a majority of ltt,009, and further, following stal'stic's' of the counties which will isting laws upon the subject of slavery
lovernor be Florida roads and
tie j to
bffore thc vorld *pec.tace! cia divided and broken I tributary our through
people ft people nwsyed by eectionaf hate,barin" I I from r South Floiida, where lie had been dej that, instead of the Know Nothings holding j which .they pass afterleaving the seaboard the aeconipltbhment of this object of their

DO thoughts in coBJiaoo Jin but a f eoplo, not tundcrcd cut up j lained quite unexpectedly by 11101 suspension their own," the gain of the Democratic) Covunior j counties : labors will be entirely sufficient to

4 merelj by geograpbicaJ .pepjjle is 11,000, and 'in the Legislature the dissolution of the Union as certainly as if
: by greater and more jiapaaaable barricis-a people of coatt-winse communication l etvvecn Tampa | Whites. Slaves. j3ales of Cotton.Colizinhia :

I bTiug.ro common affect)on-t people ncknowledging j and St. Marks. Democrats have gained 17, making their majority j 3,5-11 1,266 802Ilitmilton other two-projects of tht Black
DO mutuality of obligation*-a people engaged >n a
whether now 40. 1,817 t185 5fl0Madisou were added to the catalogue, \iz : the
fierce_ sectional strife, and aeeiriinl'ljr not eating M
.? it nds in disunion or Irxihe/tibjugaUon of one tec- The principal Kansas correspondent of the Such are the reactions that keep up the 2,802 2,688 5,021JeuI'erwfl tion of slavery in the district of

a 1 of the Union to",anotl sir thcre are bdccd, 2,75 4,938 9,468Leomi 1
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ion r. ,
-g t % tune 'is t.ii i remcd/l I
tbat I see none, .> in iu dividual as a horse thief!r Tlifs will not abate knight, hs keeps, his vigil gallantly :ami"! (; :::,soi zso 5,609 States into the Union," I am surprised

1 thought 1, U cfScacicw1 end iDd* |jtoyf # t14 Parties Cwdi bare; ceased; in tcJu! ; .t, from the. truthfulness of hie future \\ ithveafOiW lin l't" and! ready for the; the editor of that paper should }liave, &n ,

I Ji.fr_ Av**tyj cr1k lkt &j44c Paitwsaif4 JdAcii'4' .. .. gITt l hiittk, Pf'l5: 37,570 1 understood tnc.. I Ilowctflr inueh'hc1 mny .

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the 9th inst It fcitnply exhibits the bitter and starving, bat -with'all' IgV efforts and condemn the 1-- JR. Notice to the Public.hnci -
Kansas
? law ; and their eandi- :LtfCIEN A. BLACKBURN, m of OoJ. E. E.. BOSTON
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deeply rOotcd hatred nod Iirgust which rule rassments, (which! were enough) try the fjatjence date Mr. Fillmore himself comes out and uncqvivorally Bfackburn, died on the morning of the 27th Augrwt' ( er* VsauKi oiJfcf. Uamaan Socorr.1JT .

in the breast of officers of the U. S.'Armj of Job,) be cowld barely subsist them, endorses their I Wi1i"jti 1, 1S $.
platform. Now nt 6 minute put 3 o'clock, aged 17 years and 6 This Celebrated BncerFINE T
the citizen of r.cd that under the itJiiction of'much shamrfvlridi tJ of tb. Bo.rd i ( Mt.-
against soldiery- our counti y.- s-'ppnse for fl.e saLo: of argument that Mr. months. *uCor-1IuCT4thfl? t

The remarks of theGerrgLn & JnuinnI ipon| ..le from Borne cf the very people whom Fillmore is elected and that the two h >nse ? j ttfc. J We r mjw t f M W'e& mart ewi- '

he sought to protect These troops were of should Lucien bas left this world of sorrow.Ljfe I mi uibctinp for UM WobftajUA Kidceal Monument to
law -
and of Congress pass a restojing thi tb. BotnL
tho unfortunate un-cCicor like report br,1ufUrSZU1iiIS3COed by
posted so as to the % ru.lr with him ngWrt
give widest possible security restriction scenes are put ; --
would Mr. Fill.nore it ? STALLIOX7ILL
veto j This K ic, iiOot to b oe*tr04d.M A Mature on
Gen. Churchill, arc pertinent, true, and per- to the frontier, avd as far as possible to I think j You may meet with him tomorrowOne -
not, because by the terms of the j.lat.! tie *frtit ttatU is d {gned to Actuate mf ner lvettleffieot

hape are all that thonl be Raid ; but as a citizen keep back the marauding parties of the enemy form of his party, endorsed ly hiiaself, and .- .econd and each die is cast 'f ntunJ atiny Stables, two Ta.1Iaiuiee vnil-Soiith-ee4. tbe ensuing of th affaJM of tit*I 3jj7.' Tb Board
i the road to
of the StstP, and having. served as a volunteer who were wont to come into the settlements by his late Albany upoech," he is "* committed The fate of all bas him befel- Season.of Quiocy. on } veil 'a eur d of .'treotnia roc M in the pttrfotken
ba revolted
it
ir.d II ifawhith It is But
: commit depredations. Have been rprise tagagid.
I have fc.-.rac sdf-iepect remaining,' they to its approval" I rubmit thrfore For all of earth it i is the doom, I POSTON' J farilcr by until iiI
i effective in this service ? Let the \ > t> su ]pfnd proceedings rngf cj
fads s.can I that the piinciples of th.IHM i .'in !i-nitv I .Vth: ''! >* Iieart? srrtll I under con uernt>on. for eunbinintf efficiency. -
and think :* f'w comments upon the Inspect j i for if?r*. VThrr. tho the: :rv. > m.my ivy Was sired tv tie famous Eicr Ij.HtntI. by Tn2l- plnn. tiow
savers passed ifg- thoc tflUr! ri: :.&:od.t; : 1..) ,'l -tnte True c'>:j oit!: ; jn UI-TC hnlh! rooii. \ Archv Lis dam Ssrnh Ciifibr.l by 3tnportd pronirtitud arid ifety, t matnrcd.
rcmailus will rot be out of 1 uhir lines iontj ;
General's place.
and
tor mado :m attack upon Dr. Bradgn ,;i f'r the prof : \ :ltic1I{ of the t. : iti r hle Z-rcan e ; Ornti'l; : Ja'ii i by inVrird Margra I1 r 13 j Balances due from agent oroffcrir.es horn inj-

IOen.. Churchill candi when he wdtrs: talking away uiih them fccveu
the above of the \chrtccii ( Ksovonld and liin-e mules. Tin STATE voiw- 'I'i !:, tt''I..t: : 'n this 1'ff's J ptiji'n.ifj: .- Is o't-r. formed rtid fia1: !y iiii-c: !> l. r.ne! was rais'-d tv Jauws I to t'lf orJrr tftht Trtantrrr of ITasftinytv.Yatiei-
sqwrt ; : rtf rt ; enclosed in lett r* l.e
TEEs ps'.rsned and killed a ir.-jority of the tt'l llr That ibex's th" Lcait! nfn t-orn w I.w r-'. 1 :I ". g. th" t-r.-t of IVf ,n. In ..Wf! H suJi a JInre U4' Jfc'-itrrent foc'tty, a uoJt.lr -
included in tint }>a ; brra.: !av. 1'i.v! r order?
he :-ot him- the of fineJtcck thiHctinti < de.it'-- 2y
\ tepo.t 'I Ait H m.f-dIflt i.2crJ ti. b.1ic: m
savages, and r'co-Ie:1: arid: iciiirnrd; Dr.) lira- to ie-vil: it. \ Pcmncr.-.tic" i.iiiiist- lioii AOl bids us nil n-ijrrt no rr.pif SAMUEL YOilKR AtLEE.
; : ; :! : 'p < '
trai-: character f ihe ten !ice rti.derel; by the 'J den's : ty. Wju-i; 'Iili3 I .Uac] cdby '!: i' :lj'rv I r--df Sicr.tarV.. X. M. .
pro.e; \vis ? I i hav maiiilpitii'd!! ar.d V'eCUt&I l licit jiu.uv: His xi-i'lh v-s\t i.obl( -vxhcitf .ie moi.ru: BOSTON". Jrt.: tun tLe} f.istci-t Tvrc-M.i-R->. II

regular? J 1 thiuk M>. liaJ he 67.. denethh :s 2 ici: :: i 1-nK-t f the EuvrjjF, th i rrfiti e nsourcte Rid put-nts tnught the path he trod ever rtri ovei Cel.II1ILnflorl triu'k in MtrbLml11.: l -

JiC KtA'Ja ct Iccft 7;err been crtttiri So tic v.re the tr.in } > ci-my to hix :>id for ils I He stood two K M"ns In Virginia. nnJ! nil Lii Colts! Plantation for Sal6.Subsiracr .
: t.|l.:;( : t r.-l: fnitlifrl, exit r: i M Th >u<:h nil! s-i h, thit Luc'en'' -
may goueI .
nnd Mid drive away, pu.-iicf :.ui! M'Vcn-'y ( li'isii e i 1 I }he Nation i'' Denionntio w Te large fin-1 IICt1V1. rpn : otIVt for sale ll,Ir PJautation. 12JL
vr.crit of i'rfic'y ; his error might be the iVnvntioa! : ic.--- Ithi ii i J v.-jl.! : us-: '.v? lives with (! iiJ.I TERMS .-?10 fr the Scs nn. $1S in'timl. the I 'artL-eut ofl'ulbuhaai..te cwufainiiy lOt

littributed to mistake for vhich he .ryild;! bo i icxcnsr.b.'r. Stale In'iars ylutiUx-ia; in ibct it :to Lr.i'i-is thai the i ,e1 Lcd the pMici li'S ofth&t law, and pb-il :H l I FRIEND Mjuty, UJ eitlier c.me. to he th.mankd "l.-vuid theM if-m taics of oak hickorv and pu Jtnd. r.t, rich snd proiliictive -

] are the only (trooj'] to be tie i'-ity l'> the njaintrsnanct- its iuti-giiiy: ; I u e bu tra' 'd *old, or othcrci*. diij-cAod oil C'J' in tliii f L-on There are

!!:. Put rich a course of truth! :".:djnslice I found ii: the light j.lacc when) rn attack i is aid: required of thvir rumiin( esF," :.TI opt-n M-uitii---. :! .. Flu Argusl 27 l G. cents in .I.8Cri1COSC tc, tJe Gitx>m. > on the premises ai nny a Gb part Loose' and cuMy.Screv. Sojr rniiM

Fcer.is to have been incompraiUoitli; i ihi made! upon the peojJo. I'-nw, I 1. iojpi".fillEiiunit \ r.V'I: r.vrjv i/d aequie** nc" i in:t t!." < : <-f t tiuir I< Fi-r further inS. >nnatijii ppv! lw thestbmibr.BROWN.Quiney. !iI and Boiler dwelling house nc' ro cubing enJ tic

}I proiVdor.al tAt, and he roriUuihim- : it !o a rancid 'ijje.! nr..l to ( KChurchill til.-.ilt.rri. J.i-i: -. ]! ::<.-i .ii\n\ .ml JOh.! : ( '. 8590 SEWASD.f Flit August 20, 1SCG.3.r H. II. >-3m nocrs?nry out lU3. 250 acre of land u tleareJ
liiM.-i-lf. v.hell the Sattoliileers j and in a ooJ! #tnte of rnltivation. o.d water, sa
or :! : lb ehiul !:! > ll.v-ir r.i.nji.iee-s f P ci
iIg
fplt'r.illi rt'j-oiti:: a tLuxcr iu-on ll.e voluntccrf t ;>rand : i.t : best timbvr. It still icit for
; c'one 4 IIE\VARI) ,f t've ituro' ) az- abucJain'of tin* en*
i hjr.c Jiot) ::r.t'ro ti"--ti\c hen ice i: thi> \ ice i JVofiilei l h.-\ '
and by Ins: alienee leaves, ibelnjj I t. ojK'ti'v I c'c-larfd J 1 ntVr-'vl by Minury cilz'ri: ,' of T.illih.c'.o: >'. I >r HoticoI.L ; or t\co 1.llt oldP'r'wu
war thi:; .ill iic rtxietsi foivc-s wiih l! .
; nil their !ihitr! ; :sequieseice, :.n.l! their f.v.d( doU'MiiinuIJot tit} ] ;) ) with; pnif sufflelon* to fi.nvii-t: cautioned auIi'1I trn.j.'ng! fr n nUJjiiig to purchase ft ill c..me ar.J see f.>rtLerr.H'lve

tl} r.t the regular force i is altogtlKrficici.t! jiov cr jt'.ui tsjwi'is. and 1 claleiire! : tho JUUM'l : t< { .."! out: thi.&v' pri.iciples: i ii i elccl-l.Th l. t tin- ;p-.rsj:) or ita-s'.tl.'. \viii. n.ilieioiby: ) tin-1 th" \ imt.pi.}p"ii"'n'. ui ire t.y n e t1 Jawe' ; II. 'Iiickc-r. dated *. We will fell lower than the sinai qa.uVf.

ai effective crvnz '.n tin? v.-sr. I Izot m l to the contrary. The 5t.n.i* Injops ha\e pivinnnch } well l.anvtj, hepi\! : oft.i-e!: i-iu-! ; Hail I! >:u biliJiii! ('.: Tna'u:l tnorniur llie :i'id:? totyit. first AjinS. Ib..f.;; far 5.MO. p.iyal.'e first January .. v'S'L'n i can bo bonjjLt II tlicwberr.io..

tl v.lio liJicnl] the : j jiT, trciini: to IiIC fr4fler.! Tlu-I-Vcr.tl :!tKht d 't.lttsil:3: ii .1 suiirii! >nt \v. E: DAVKL1.Y. Aicent. I 1 S57.; aa iue cua-i Iciatioii xns.n.1) ri'.te hnviri j f.iid.! I <; H. Fisura.V .
ro > : t
rtuirariar
ainonot ? guir.-'itcr
; r.; T.-:; ;. :?C-.t! S.-i.r. > \\ K FISIIEK.
'I'aIh.h.ekp.: [:
C-py. Liw. All I
I wil l! thi na'cs
; I iioojis v.ilh : Ii <'it-ir i nu-.tisha\f! ivtn n >t piv: solo required ly ,
conijuualivdy for the faithful will, their !
: or its oSiors.. I rrg-ord them r. aci'i The l.i'lkd cofiiplbnctt ped.re ju'M'itw are c!< caV june-I na'i-.t trntI'i! tr o uL< \ July l. IS. r-Mf
tin'i" ctile have
troops thus J publicly and frai'kly given.o.v fi'cn Iiy me to V/ru. Budil.! (] juyaLlc Jnnu-iry l-i".
.
;::; aJ i.jcb .fvur wverr.l Ind'.in and Sale
waniors aid rrrovrn-d the :\ Mibmit tint ii: tiit tureen of tile Lively Stable f>r 'I 1200. n* the eomiJoratioii tl.rn-i-f ]haitg failed I I Havana Cigars, ITI'ST ifK

tvernrt: :ui f'. 'jsv j-eoph-V ftoh>:i proi-rty ; th ffdejal! : V f.tlleJ I ill re.i-t tl cit tl.freofKOKKKT
j.tiie j. ] Sronpg Demociatic: jrniy t'.ii-! i is some gui rlntPe l' r _q- t I J E tti.Ier.j.-t3r.l :\ esth tvtic. or paiti.tllr v. e pnyi:> received !* H Gambe! 50i)0.Uit) :; 4if -

LfgU :: ni: v character ;t. J fora a- id i hvc: ir: ." ? neither.'J1n" .-'tale tn-oj-s IKJYC ] tit* iit''ciitc.f t! < I ni -ii :tnd!! tin1 ppqn lity i iof li-. 1)) purae I/ ( ALf.C.At' v cirar t'.ill per and try thorn q
c; er&ly ehtIcd ib.e ntihi the FedenI Lvm v S': !)!,. ;. .10, 1F5'''.. :%-2t I.I
: .McDoUGALLlllOBP.V.Lake .
by t'h'.t'. ? v 01 !d not sc tL or v in : jvnd our! i'! :tituti"nj-. 1 hnther submit il, ;it. itt i *
.
< ttiitd AS il'n.tin TI. NVS >t.i in IV.hhii! : e. t-) -ti! r vu'1tii i !ietx" I
troops r.vo tot : I the '.:c<:efefe i.f noiit1 o'hcr b-is_ t! cffi t utli: tn! % ; .! \\ii! of I UKe t ilMi-l.t'ii-1 Mul is .- : Augut 2. 13. 31
dispt oi"r tLt'4u. ; wheu z -h ) -> t. hat he i: j :. jTc' Li: eiz tj-crr: ; (1 /U1! K''i.-'t f'i her ii tIe: : ,
guaiaiittc tqnalilv : : liO:3.; : I Ih } i .iirry oth! b"-'i: --s KI j.ll iis i humus !l. '. Jackson; la.:; Plantation -
,:flr : cl bj r: cf ICCn ('EJL ;'urric var i>ror C0cr9m7lz.Jr ; i i' iup] UI -r eIre t
1:; r1vd, ak.t tZi\V1L i: C1n'i': (! /ni ih" i'a'.r flii..ilrrrs. TLtnvhv r' ::'.* of the c-'ividat! < ;-. li'c--" h-.e: i*: !.U liuL- "n :'fjia .clt.i* Uini', I -i r, nuns' Clear Si'le. For Sale. si-

e2i? uf ; *. ru] ; i i \htfleib," i it icsfrvw. fK* s.jii lieu. (_ I3nrrL:1? !l r"> t t' \'I.T. 4Ifl lie

with! yuth :. roit} as i> attribi'led to him by th i avouc-d j-iiiicijdcs oi'tlneveral! j-juties I duly c1.trZ- I firs-t Ti.fJ.dny in UKCEMUEK: next, at IL., Comet
| turit. und ha-i entii >n'r"I jf tl't ljlsi1'.
e c : '.
the refrain of j-Jtiio vfusarc. J-'ntlt t'K'U.Uis : ; ", rt--ru 1 ( Jod.-e Hou door in the of Talbb.wer.! Tw
I nty-twiX
city
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th* 1 IhitiL itl.f
: fieorgl.iif.coiTerponuej.t: ami i iitM'uediate Mati-i
candid'iti !
tht'ir is now, slu-uM ho the !inas fallv! a.if J tnc; rinnallr iro-it.
p ) Sn Cured Bettn nml!
best OAK
li.-rce'
t ? nr hundred and Four Acres cl qnality
vc&cslaAj&t.\ I 13 < .ipte ;ul niutu. frar true tIt the (Jen. made jnch : .
>
a report a and only! subjictol inquiry and j jI 1JclLItl; ) SALNIIIns.It4. : i 2 Lard.I HICKORY LAND, bclonsini; to the rstateof Dr.

:- to4c gr' : beteen tLt diie: f review of the fu"tsvi!! i'.duce bin: to rclra'tj i-t--:igatinn. I At o>ir t-and! dates: ;ui l l ].oiiti i S-.c; ;. I 1 .. Oil \Vhitehend. lii U one of the Vest Ccttou Tlflnta- I

tli.str! .is d : ? tg in te ni j I or at Ic: st modify it :':'il .;.eakus eoi..tf d-iim .' his r.fe. ad itli. I '..'."j IIV.J., Extra Faniilvr flour. lions in Middle Florida: ', al>- iit one half cli-nrcd nn.! V j I

It is uirios-r the f.o1=. legular University of Louisiana.rII13 :htpoIIfiu1e und r fence Tcniaitider in xroods.
: disguise j'.cci.-s <>; I iKniociacy: \,111 be ti] j; :: V :,{ I
-it of isirwl "
*?.ta & <-; :. naJthrir < J4n1, LU ; S-.rup. The improvements consist of a comfortable Dwell
r.ud! scientific modos of warfare
sUcndast i:3h.! | troops can and! Col ietL. I M fli)1UL iflP_ iN'l'. i'or Sale for CASH, *>y ing and nil nccca.iry out buildings ; n nod Ore rtt- I?

: I rrver tlo auytliiui with Homia Indians ; nor The t-ui t of ihe Kt.T\v : cthiiippa.ty i isto 11. II. liERKY.A ere' house, Gin J louse. Screw, Stables.! Coin Lonse, SI'

lt i t :( ; I can eLreciho service bo done by foreign > bifo;. and ; udl i Ar.anal C. u-fe of Lecture ia this IVprim! '' !IJ.; ii;. IS.'C.:; S3 and twen'y negru cabin, nil framed ImiLhn! ;*, fttJ i*
it. th kv' %f AJh ; myiiy: ; they r.ic j.we i I \\ill ow.ieaco on MONDAY; ) Nou'inW 17th. .
( Le -
untcoiis, bec.-ius they me uiav(1u.iits.d: that ihrir |>lliclih'S: | will not bear the li'iit of J, 18'G; r.nd v.-ili ttiiuinato, : in I the on=t.irnMiuch.; i Dissolution of goivl lepiir. J
: Relieved to 3 e tr for I Wi' Co-Partnership. P,-r "ns wnhi cj tft txarninc thi-5 Pnnnfl"n! ? are referred
inraj.ablo
\ v( u:?: the ci'r.rr.i! ter of r.ur swr!: ; >., 'i.a ti:< i: t.na truth, and h"iice tliey (loi;n- ih&' true isuc Jan<'-i Joni-s, M. D., Pruffssor of Practice c-f Me ii J
to Mr. Richard Saundi-rs. on the place. For Itermi'
bet
of iii'cTt"mi! 1 I:r: prtuueuhp 11Ir.tcf.r. ei.utog nn'Y1
njixjvpr ?r.aiicji.; !
T orrfa): ofc"K'o UooJly expires 1-y tho iitr.n! ti vctn anti j-c-clv( to coii-tMii: : their r.ilotlni' hot r, !>y''. tne. i t P. lroom: <> aOl i liol-t-rt Heir ia the wj-ijjliin so- Ac., addn-s-a the subscriber. at Dcrzelia. Cclaa- tl.t
?.. !; ( : :: : tzIn c4i f ; TrriLeucli "} olunte.r J. L. Hi .. I'njfo5 >r of n.-mUtry.
:
: : : j : \ poraiibilaiiry i ivyduete; ) irri/ut.-l niri I < :,- i ito ,' I ra 'P aiul elitj! cotton br.'itscss this day iii'lve bia coiaitv'Ga.. I
r
is | ; snn yto M. 1 1)., I'lff.-s i of! mrirv.
;S.ia e43Vt urticr: d c'cnlif : )
:::: 15 S iItsi i- JOH.NT. viITEHEAD.
> > i.: : r.io tit only t'crj s itl:: can dv s<..riee i itliise I bv n.-itual, ern'cmut. UPwOOME A HEIll."August .
< .\ I K-fld the public mind away fiom I j A. II On-.s. ?l. I D.. 1rC)1E'Or of OI'itetmi.uStovuA .
thf % : v they
> ar. can MIV : )
M.ilert.i M Ff'i1.J.
jjo !rrtit I poiitict.l:I i iutt ITSo, es- t-titi.il to j ( A. Tvutt. 3!1. D, Professor .f : .
: tic*- <" the WcmU': in i'LrMa. !Indio) cnsi. an! they :t'N! siccutoir<'d to the en
the txisteuce of M.-U'iu of! ( i
oar so.'enimtnt. ]Medical of
very College Georgia
c.-i."iiJ: *n i iir.jKirtial 7c\io\v of the pipvntv $ ciitc.! can! opotatcatali e:5son of the year; C. T. '..VeuerstrarKt, M. I)., Professor of An.v'wy.; New Co-Partnership ,

:J. I-H :uii tJicolnntecrR a t1 l; in their \i idi.: and Thorns} : I Hunt, il. D., Pn-fessor c-f 111Isi.l..y ::ud i'n- ACGWTA, July, 1B5C. I
/ fa Lrsila'c thorn ihenie'i
iud
ir
<
; say, give The rnlijcci? of *-.io: : ; they aro fK-rtVuly v.illinjr to .-.! niv.- the liioiojry.Oiilit '' "'HE TWEXTY-rimi Coursa Lectures ia 4
: :;nd iier will: t-jrR'ii.aic this I Indian! 11 formed! in the bnsiiF8 ofv.'Miliin I [
j-eun to nit to be few and him}'!?, ami arc } rt, y. YILIICP. M. D.. ]) -mnr'mfrr! <>f An.itoijiV.Tht : j ay a.ctIpartIulrsnip 1. will the Ii IUJT 1IOX-
j:4tg.: iCJU-of the publicniitnl ami thaathoii j. nud sclSirc and ab'! to r.M.ke this Institution coinmt-nce
,
in short order. Two of storny ; : cotton
diflictilty
: viI! the third
regiments tor ha
tIl1tl\ rompussed! in the lnllov/ing.! I t. Si C i iMr. rxo:; > Dtcctitmj opjn 0:1 I DAY ix NOVEMBER NEXT.FACULTY..
fii : al WasLiogton fair h.-aii'r.: and if liVr.il I'ivaiK'c-t en> cott Jti scat to their eor>'. !
n a Octohn.
ipa F3oiiii! volutilee"a h !hunt il'Ujihu '.I
nrc mon rnon to
I I
; 1 iil'ii-- < if- tl.'cti'ti, will i-p p.'jucfioii'l t tiicitoriti HEIIl i COLES. j .
"
tc.L; ChurchjU's bo true tii' The .ot.lty ..ireNItinrr l'il. sicim.s and Sur eoLSi
n-jtoit y ::re and Jndiai in the Ststeii.in: j
captuie ivery > of 1 the .Missnuji rt-tiictio t :: i 2iIf t'j.\ \ 8
; i \
ready to retire iho of Sui'.vand i of the Charity II tcpitul. an I ...I tend this institution : O.-iL; NEWTON. M. DAnixtoruy..
st ;jo--urc: six ek- aftr tl.c!: ; p't to the field uf oj'tra- I i -. lblcI&laan: :! ia ilec-lef!, will he .-:1ttiunuehi from' N.ivtnilif! to April. L. A. DL'GAS. M. D, Snrgerr.

P'oJcral :iuth.cities.On tion and if fc'jirh a force \as tuin\\n into tic: a. ixtt. ? a; e tue s.-nti: Tl.e Stud< rts accompany the Pn'fe'sorfi in their Plantation Goods. I. P. GAP.VIN. 31. I).. Matt-iu Medea.itej. Therspu4 '

the /Olh if Di-ci-nib'-r 3u. t. hostilities untlt-r such oflifer- would iit. and fret-of I Itiri and Mcili'-al Jiirinprudenco. .
MTve: ju-l -? they qti1 ttions i imolvid, and I to ?ol\v tlivrn wehc l l \ expciiM' cnj >y extraordinary prac (-1 l.SNBttrim I

< vo/ couiuitnc-tI l I *v an attack WH 4 :I Lt. Hart4 FeKct: art' v.i .- Hipj.1 d 1 v. iti! rub-i.! -tn: < r, ni: :y Jo look to jln- <>[icial! decluratiotis: ot the: ad vtt.: i 'II1 K untuck v Ilopi>. J. A. EVE. M. D.. Obstetrics and DUeascs of Won t
."e ;.artv. 2c'ni afltr IIIN i'i ; Tl.f4c! arc during tLp seat-on :.b r.t eight hundred' (Cut Xail nil slzti.Vmujht <-n an 1 Infint1*. i
: i-api-i sc- tran '.orl uon .tnd all the! 1eessalv: ftciitk'r '
pat tiv'- :tInI th'pibl: ;-*iied a: cqiir':; rce :::1 thci'i'itiii.'f r =')pie-crilx-d i fir daily. II. V. M. MILLER, M. D., PbysiIogy and Putbwly-
per- I \ Nuil-i. C. 8, d lIP
V hc-vt-ral atlacl \ maiitv! the! Jnt'iaus *
-'. A 1IIrUtl.t) 5 i. \ &- .Ziga;11)0 oft ev J I'lelimiiiiry to the Course, lectures will be deliverfl Cott"i Ojnnburgs goad Anatomy. .

upnn pinil! detached jT.it:vs ortho regular thinjrnww g"i on; 1 canoe no pnx-p-ct; oi'tpeeo'y a will in n.;, hun ihIt? o|.inion put the i uaih: ; ii daily i i-i t.e! Amphiihoatre\ : : of the H..-pitid. from { fitt'n *irn i ALEX.: MEANS. M. D.. Professor of Chcmistrv.'

corps, in all \\hi.-h llf sivagt'S were tn.iinaiiou.. IMrAii'JlAL.r the fi-t :M"i.i.iy ii Xfv.-nib'-T. on Clinical Mfdieine Low Tobaeo, L. D. FORD, M. D Institutes and Practice ofm1edu-
tlii' : -at i th-mocnitie party lir\f>!ii! i.1I. priced >
JLlesI
Irinmphant.} I do not imai to (H :IUKZU tl.c -a--.- -- aid Sinviy.; AtiS'-tltiui: an Percussion. itnJ ithi-r Thomaston Linn". cine. 'I
i 1 have* afrnstdy extendod!, tlii K-ttfr more ( ;.: suiic; wmth'nt t.i tu'knts. II. F. CAMPBELL, M. D Surgical. ,
Cuaiiarativ
aliatjtry of the riHr: nlliceis, or tro-'i > ; 'oiicalJJisfc : V'ilUMA"s' I'ut-a! < ui>tfri.>r HI tide; for mating soap. ,
1 intended. Very if-pfctfuPy, I IOBITUARY. HI NT. M. D.. Dem. and Micoeeopi-al AnatoriiV.R. .
lor tLe Mipdior: : ji inij''r of tl.r I Judian. wu! JlJi'cr :.-.-Tiic Jie peculiar aih.-.nt.-JC(' trilit: hv tl iSij in small !..i 'f Summer Cfnthinc.il bk-I. v; pure selling S. Ii. SIMMONS. D. D. si Demou
: (_. ( political civass: :avcertainlv! a prod : Vim kh.l, sj ;. aritrially. Apil, fuiiitteii r-M-nt Students, \\ho A' t tDt trator.
tjo.o! occasion** fuliy j-rronnt for tiv*" ue. i r.re n-ainlaiiK-i! }liv tlu- i'lstitntiin :vt reduced p-ice. U. & J. MEGINNIS.Au. JURIAII HARRIS, M. D. rro.ecutor to Professor

: t i bs. Major An. / : had finKhnjr <*! a Mt:1jrt igy i's the reiclief- of J pol: ; e. :in<{ te :J more I --- Scti. . ro ..,: I Surgery. Si

: : *AJt'i then 5 i-i 'C.s Piy? f'vpT' -. : v hk-h ; lu i. i-lif zv.'l !h. fg thi.ui.'ic{ ir.iini thai! toccrpiiU'ii 1 Notice.- Clinical Lectures will be delivered regulnrly tt tie
Savannah I'edica1 College City Hospital nud ample opportunities trill be ai.er-
gailatiy ninintiJj.td lS pioui"5 MK! <:rovc ii. The cai.diu.ttes seem to ric, Only u few vriekp r'if.' itvas our p.'ii
; the! vucniy from the ileld, i.7 fi siinr ftf Jtvc with errh oti or: t< fee '.:1 h'j can bc'tt evade I thed.th ( :i ;he ; 1i 3 tII..J ( t '.tr; inii- j r'PIIR j: rrtt1tr ""'.rte < f Lectures in thw Ins-ti'utan' t. grounded iu Mxthrinaticii. with a g'md Ino I- f Fees fur the entire Course.. .f 1 05 o -

c ;ji7icvw. en Jii'lian Lw;?ri ?.> he kiUrd or Jl.e issues before the I aIr udwc.it5iy tvllov. citsm: C.-L! .laUz H. 1V.I.! j j jWs J. will in'-- on th.rst!: MON'L'AY iu Xovun- c.1g11'! of Theoretric.u Sar.ving a.j lLi iai'rc! j jwi MatncuhUon.Tiaket (tvb tatn-n oner}. S 3t
0103 true tow people, her next, amil 11 tIe .. ntimm) J'.T f MonthU. -. For further particular?,wpply to
; r.1ihrcd. Tl.is is a !bric-f but tnu- record: cf Lave lt the iijt' r-e'iolv task inre ( nr: Lus t obtuia a hlu.itif.ri iu r.u Fr.rieerig: ; : Ct rpnr I
fltrv 3 suuje
and whoni tsump up tuost ol the worn irpc-at ; IX .Ani, !'!, M D., IV f. Thern at.J 1'iaotice of .; p.irty; ill th. :i.a'1j. O. M. NEWTON, P.aa.
tlitf: regular arst vo far /fighti'ig i ic concoine.l. aiJ l-i' "ttl-low; Mi *. MUY iVu. eying .
l to v.i<> (]i"d onFiisiJiv Med/ine July i ?. itsis. g'a
If nnsjeceesful iu this* Isc will accept of a tifaatit-rj
: ." out snil civo'w's trash of rrone! by in tLc 24tli IX.
im-n ;:, Au 's-st, r.t Lcr iUM !rcc<> i : : us tutor provided n hcallliy locution nod sufficient
It in\v ri'ir.iii-: inquire v.l.rt {.roiertion Inc! you he.ir "them dying out loudly a- intbsc/v. |I
: they ba\e given 10 tLe furrier ? llavo thcYlxcn Mr. i in; cuaiun's 4th of i'J I Vv', G. Dull >eh] M. D., Pic.f. IVit-cipIc-s nmJ: 1 Prne-titc t ti tistimouinls t'f chaiacttr anJ eiJ -.Ci-b of'i..zifieatio'ufor : 0 1'ICE iiereby given thai applu-ution ill be
gh'fi: ; July speech i N'
&flerve u-o: this j-crvire L1 t Pr tl-i* event! :ar iist -tiuj f.tiiy: fcliilorcn, fl0.V j jt1o'l ('1 tencbi'i tho E&:gii h Liuix.li.-8, with L.ilin, ( riei.ilt. luauc to the General AHsenibly" of Florid* ntIK \

; 1Jc il' lSi.\ Ad; ci t'.je: olbe.liSud against 31 Jr\\ >lv orpi..T-t'fl: LisuSi'icJ: llif incp-irjilile I I 1.-s <>f is J.T l. VitAi-.m!. It. 1).. Pr.-f. of f Anatomy. f.nni D. M. Udrrisiiii. A. M, from Vs.ver it % OfViv'inV next Sfriion, for a charter for a Rail Road from j
);]! : ota, 1 11.11. Martin.: M P. Prof. Institutes of Medici e. Jon Carrv. A. JL L". V., tUby a1.lrein; Iii. Monti'-elio FLu to the Georgia line in the direction of 4'
Fjlliaora's S; vracc5 letter. !Nowhat! lw.iCh'i.ir in itli-v, a inoJrl uf fliati.V! cxculli-nw, :oiJn
cvciy
t'ic Mur !jTI'r.m. tie atlxck ;'pon J. B. flea 1, M. II, P vf. Mat.lledica inJ: Sled. Ju- 31. DILLAUD. lAt.ehburj. V.T, i iAuj Thoiuncvilie: Ga. To lie called the Moniicello Lad l
!) Dmd"is the of his i-ftheM! ? to d > vitlitlic i issues .f the in"st-li' pitablo ho.'n.'itad hns heea tlivulnteJ 3-5t"
r. t.ikwjr ifj 'o's 1 n-pruJene3. J Iti. l&id.: :; | Thoma
mules! the i.iurc'er nf (_':iiey. liic iirr ofCapt. piv'sciit: cr.'aiif n ) more than we have to tl-j JIr ."lu! '1 %%r ( ii'lowc vith ui uin: 'u.tliy rilfl'iRji; i .J! 'tcj'h J.-TI--I M D. Pi..f. of Medical CUemVtry..Jo AtiL'uxt, 2. 1856. _I:1_ I
.f. \Vt't1 :M. I).. I Im.. .ratiir t f J'.118t"r:1v. I "*
chi Jrei. .nd the munVr! of r.U'l ctiv.ileil! i: iiiii, a <]flici.tttasln aii'i r.n anilnl.It1ipi -.* ?
Notice
iJmdlpyV : with the politics rf oir cti'fjio is. ulr. I'ucuannn's I I II. II II.vr.ird. ii l IX. DC., f'.her.icu'.tv. |. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.*
--itioi'wLi roHJcrs'J t Iter ci: nKiaimnl !.
the out
ith thevjr rii Jjiinino
men on ; near :! ? Si-p c, 1s3C. :rs S )lo r. \,v given th.it at ''ii"iticn Will be mvi.t to tin1 GROWTH OF 1655.pUTA I
1 1
mad'' to t"e! !birtiii ;
Hammock. AX2J ViIIl f 'J'o cominit tiic&e speech v-as prior si.ti< ty r.ui! >fC'iist 'J it r,'F o tml fjic: I-1 ; Asticittv __
Geri.-ml A t-nilily if the Slate of! Flori'li.' sE it-
depredation iLc Inilians };ad to paj-i; the Hue i of some of our candidates, and! he j'Hsents to Li-h cij!>iru-tC'.u in iu rli.'l.t tl' nc tii f Valuable Plantation for iu-\t Session for a cllarte r for a liuil R.a'l.! f nm the U.. just received iJaga, Flat, Turnip.: Cabbage. Beets Ae

: nijii/ii.fl.Mr-1 ifl I.. !,., ui.I \viidi! K Town f np j\ititinity.. to the G'cra Iii.., i
-of regular jio js. the cncRiry a lung life time of eminent pi.lie .!,- ; r t. t.tii.] : .t-a-r > i tj-iir.cy AMES A LIVELY.Jahunry .

Now, I rf jM'Cifislly iubinir vhrtht'i. < iot: IWiLI; 1 Jt-jilorcs l., r !lt'th.! Sale ill tin* d.rn'Jon of BiuibiiJie G orgw to i IK- called 6, 1S56, 1. '
nil' he
vices st to ii t thing
w- : S a may tie! Qnincv mid Daiubiiilgc, Kail Road. I IA

the regular forces ere ft dire oslh rin hunting liave then said.! r r. Fiiore! hns: r.ihnitiis- Tin- ]'rei',vteii.ni cluirrji,, in llnpluv: \vlslci! ]It., r JTIC j F'Iui.tati"U k:iown as Cotton Liwl: be oneirj: u :. 1C., lS5'i.; : 3-Sn In Leon Circuit Cdurl. To Fall Ttnn Itson.UafKb 1
1 the lato J hn W.Uuttei( situated I
.L the of
or fighting the Ir.uan= in trivi::" ;, to eitate )
or ;pro- Itcciii5tli'ii I a few, iioijfl. ilepiit'c'ii i.f su of its
tcred the (iovcrnnjcjit since wjjtiug his Sy- many tin red;! N-Mth Jjist of Taiahasoe! i is fin t-ato. ThoJ S. liming,, i Attachment for |90J 8-1 0'amoiuit >
toe lion to the j-c ; -. (Jrt&iJv ihoy Ltuo i I rri'iniuc-nt 1 mf-iulxTs., i i-I I&Ifl cau'-c.l to inoian naoHi i J tract coiiliuus 17VO() MCI r" of first rate land 10uO ofheh Tax Collector's Sale. \'. !% o" Debt sworn toViliiaoi -

Joi.o notiiing! ij c ii {?r i pecti JJui ..hy! j..cnsletter, ;tr3l:} his administration is qually (-r. Mli<\ mi'c-i: s frt] trjri.iz.ili! >n Iic-rcv. )J.as lift-u' a>> i j \\ in elf.ired. On the pienoses are imegmuecab-_ j \ ; G. Gaakin* ) Bond.for $181.
luixo had ilic jVilen.1Governnif I think sir tli.it and other u.-nul 1L.L be Boll before the Court House d.s.r! in the i iTo ''HUE fondant and all others in! re'leil 1'err-
tliat letter. are
"Jliey resources of (ff.j \\ U of Mi'nti..llo, on the ;3d clay nfX-'vem | Jby notified of the institution
all in There i is an abun- of the stove entitled -
good repair
ni! it cowinand i.o far .*is ihv; iuiveleMred : the >t.itile: of limilatio'iH has 'fftctu1Jy I tunc \rc-ll u'Ki'iule I I ciriS ]Jn)<-e I lliit hfr i' 'Doval Ii.n 1 itn 1 cS.ii.ce inij.roMrneiiU)1{ i;: in'l Witter on the plaoe. For teinis ofidcr : her next the fol lowing l lutnl l to wit : th<' K ; of S E 15uit by attachment and are hereby required t-' '

liies> ;p'er.ly of nicnci to ci.aifcr giitl tliCsC documents, aoil they riv ai to tLc Churcii! i'i! ]llca*. jn. <- otl.tr iiifjiuuti'-n aiiplx to the subsniU) in TallaLisee. -I- Section 3, Tuwn-hip, 1. Rari'.v !'.. X and 1 JI'. levied appear an I ple.vMo the decarction! filed m the ease

steaajboats. KJh.-ig cir.fr3-to buy IP.II ;iTid ; E. R CO'ITKN.: ;xtr. ii|) .n a thf property of Kic'iard' : C. 1'nnsh, and! ecldloentisfv within three months from tliui date, as required .
: 1(1 ]js: !laid a-n-ie. The great issue now the SUite ansi 'l'nx.s
waggons ind hire driver Xoktkof rnearisly I A-!t. 2'is, I ; :. ;o.J; Countv lav. (1C.TVALKEK ) \
buy iubs-iatcnce: or io furnish trap-ports- pcnJing i *' the preservation"! our X.VJJ.M- Ii&i! i at tin; u"-i JLticcjf Lt-r 1'al.iior, ilr. .J.ni <,:> L. JAMES IX ilORRH. 1)W'.GWYNN.ittsfurNff.
Tax A .- and Cf !ll"ctorf
lion ; and in a von'' they hcve < vey f.icility ill Govcnirirnl as a unit, and to pro; ent ai Unit, in Lwu County, o.i tilt CStli in t, Mrs .SARAH PEOCLAJIATION.OTICE : > **,T ir Jeffercon> Cuur.tr.: July 10LW. 145& 29-3m y

that and I A.vifti of C. Kvc.-rc.Ue Jyli..vm in tLoUh | Ain 10. Jij.'iR. :: ?
.
: ir.ouy prnvcr cc5 suripiy.Tliea i .nembenni.-i.t of the .States. The puty ; FLOIWA INSTITUTE.
f have done ? j-cjrt'flstr age. Suir iiiidt-i! :.s \vns ll Le tuljidif | I
.fhy ;hey iK.tliiiig!
repeat
and I'VE candidateshicj? gives the best guarantee I Y. PEVTON A. M. President 4AsIsTE3BT
'Iliey cannot !1e chargetl with dnjhi<-ity. i.or&nt tl.i" -.i''C{ by all that nukes attractive, onslirineil 1 1in MEDICAL NOTICE. ,

\\ of capr. iiy in thtir profi'aaon; ; forajoore /for *' theso; are the party' and .candidates tLc! airc-ctiviiis <.f loving ]lifRits, Rti-1 th* nJ"l uftLo ( Coiu'L-rL.r Faortuoae.)

talented. lionoraLle! n.vi; chivalrcuh; tnslitarv f;ir tliw (-ountrv. Xow 1-t us look) for fiiiiiiv r.rcie: -i.t a limr. toj, vjuii cxb-Umy( re a Iri HEREHV: GIVEN; that an' Elc-cti.Hi Drs. Taylor & Maxwell i iIT"AVIN r] HC exercises of tlm Iimtitution will be rtu.ne for Klect'Msot 1'ies.idcnt and Vice President the 6th of October
9o'clock.
ou Monday day next it
oslaLlihMc-iJt car-aot be ftuii: 3 iti the the of the 3.echanr., ninJ the {roiilc-a jtrntuls) (1 life vere i JM.IIvi'Je I formed
a tnoint-ct to piincijih-s scveiajparlies of tins United Plutis will be hdd nt tin.Lsnnl pie ( a co-partnership, offer their Sfii i A. ii.It .

ciulized \\diW, *Mhnu the !: erici Ariy." aid ccehich is 'besl calculated to he-fore Lcr came the i.oieJc'3 uicssjngtr.StrKkeu ._ cinct) in the ccvcnd Couulieb cf tbi* Stateon 'I'UE.S-; I to the public of Tallahassee, and its rio ,' u important fiat Students entering tluiAhuluJ

I'pon vvrfield \vLere military SK'cixt coithlLc ID the bloom of juuth, leaving pareuio, hus- DAY the 4th day of November proximo, returns cmity. be picscnl on.the first day of the sewioo.

made arailallc titty Lcvr. :infvi<:1te.d tic secure tii,$*' ends. bad, and brothers to nitiiiru the l Iu ia.* rf iicr tliuv 1 1IV thtMFof to be mad.m the !fl'tlifler' and time prescribed TillahaMCC, Aug. 9 3, 1S56 3C .Sent. oopy | The COLLEGIATE DLP KTMEXT embraces a fall am?

American name, :uid! devatdl! the chat actor The Kansas law of I 1S51 rcjuwled the I oJ EO we'll. l"o those nllictci.l! parents \i-i. temlcr tie bv law. The numb'Tf! Eieclois: to be chosen utm entire couiae'oi Ancient Languages, lUtUeoiatka tnd '
e. Reform-Medical the uiual Engliali brant-he taught it* Southern Colleges.
or her military prows to the inot oxaltedfame. Mjifco.'iri resliiction" and placod the iuliabi-! Fvmputliirs of our coiuaiunily. TLc nttninsnen'.s, In tt-stin-iny where-f, I hn\e heieunto fet my College. The Labratory i h hoppked with a new and

But with tt'e Florida Indiana they cir' tIn tar.ts of territory \6ith of 'JO 30. upon the anii.iblcdisp.. -ition anti 1i1i moral rndowmcutii of hand, and onu
nothing; and j it i* j-inph! because the science jaiijo footing respect; ing slavery, of 'IVnilorySoatli the deceased have i'iidonred her to all \\ho kiew her. [sr.u.jStule of Florida. Done at the Capitol, iu Ihe Eighteenth Annual Course oflxjctiireb in this The PREPARATORY DtPARTsrmKT will embrace all

made ;Jt.Llf. tliTit liii i. to have slavery City of T.ill has-.ee, thU} oOth ihiy of Annual, I Institution will the first I the Etudk-s tangbt High Scboola aud Aradrmies.
of their prcfcsi-ion cnnt be nv : of s e. or not With an intellect higMy' cultivated, a clir-jxwhion tiiilil commence on Monday,
I A. I). 185 i. JAMES E. BROOME. in November next and'cloec the first Great attention paifl to the metals and xmdnet cf
None of lf. ? TttO'ks of nnlitfiry operation% in as thf-V !1flIIL clioopc.} The; people of the and alFfCtionate, and nil the graces a finished education Governor of Fleiida. on day t.f March Students. l
following Having received two civlownmonts from -
which they have l,
aie accuptomo<3, and from which they t-iiinot nnd just measure and say, that it t opens the should be rally loved nnd tk-fply Inrrieuted. Her F. ViLi.Enc.rE.. College Edifice. with Apparatus, l'reparatione, Spec- The Tuition Fee
for the Eiget Ikauclu*. flB 00
deport, ire atiapteu to hunting the v.ryN-m- door, for the extension fluvery beyond its distinguishing tlnracteiibtic was morul purify. Howcvr Secretary of Florid.u bone and Facilities, sad a hospital tbr Cirnieni mt. I II For tbe Common English Branches, 6
Injle in llf the Florida Peninsula 'J'hc pooj.lc oftLe South Air. SO. ISio. i-r htruction. under the direction of the Faculty. C dn- *
limit- .
I .
.Swanpsof piehtut vre_ might lie fctruck with her jiowcis and \aiied AH the j papers i-i tie State copsuntil day of from New York and other Contingent Expenses ., I pn
ri- cities.
M procured
and hence all their talent p, their fkili. inda.-f, n-joia and wf the Toniloriei, .aic! the S ac'iuireni'! we wore still inoic imj'rc.-bcd! with tLc election, and tend bilU t" L'omptrollur'b ofBoc. Board can be obtained in the city ki moderate nMei-

and efforts are \ .a:1ed in fruitl"bS fti.'d nbo'rti'.ocatnpaigns. common piojKjity' uf the wI ( l-3' country, and : M.iiiilcaS purity f her moral sentiments She was FACULTY. Payable quartcrly'io ad ranee. *
'Las no constitutional L. NKSTOX. M. Professor of Ph frlulogy and For a Catalogue or further inform*'
fegisfj.'turc
federal!
thai the : Lin-J in every feclins. generous in every iirpul-c. But Bible Meeting. : Vatholngy nnd Materla Medics. 5. Cla v too, AssistAnt, TalLhaasfoti.. Address F).

We may i.ow briefly ieurncttie( ie oul of right, or power to 1aIce any Jaw, obstiuMing in the dou.cstic circle Lvr inflac'iice was inootd .cj)<) J. T. COXE M. 1.)., Pioftssor, of riincij.Ica oad trac- August !J866. SI' floiida.
the voIaUecw arid in alluding io tlst-Fe I or prohibiting the cilizc/i5 of anysett'on rpi ; ct ji.UOuhl McciJn, of the Leon cour.lv of Mrdieine and
: f'It. Societv nud fiiciidH will >"nrii ir 1.- i Tlirrnpeutics |
Bible will l be hold in the M. E. Churca I
AP1'S
j
of the istfttf from j-ttlitij{ ujxin the common 'l'ci.rJtrV -I. Suckty. I ii. S. THOMSON, M D., Professor Obbtctrics and I
speak particuhiily tioops. :
more there i1? a glooriiitr vaeaiicy: at the fiitsiJeof a home in tLi* pl.ic-K on Sunday the 7th of September next j i cation for Sa1e
of the with their I I Diseases \Vomtn and Children. j ,.
As for the three companies in the service cf country propefy.BcfoV ..-... iO v'vlwk A. ,IT- .
the of tho Mi ouu" I once ligl.tcJ by.hcr smile. Iu the tender relations of i The ci<:\villoownjcficvs al J p.ut j i I. N. LOOM, A.M., M D, Prof of Chemistry, Bo ,I P.. rfE "*
the U. S., they are under the rormnaud of < repeal restriction C-o'JucU'd ly Rev. S. P. KU-II vnnflox. Agent of and UDdersijmed wift telfat pnTteue. a IgS
tan iiicroiucopy.I '
the southern planter could not settle in I'iiti- the family she was all that, a LusLnnd "T brother could The attendance of all i ifiicuily v, Pharmacy Y* .1.- TerJ* CoL Monroe, and if hey have not been cffic- the AmeiicBii liible; Society. I. M. COMINGS, A. M. M. D, Piofcssor of Ana-! East of
live "he is responsible." If Gen Chnrchill's gas, unless he IcU his r.egru property behind, 'I iie! or a parent love. It was her study to relieve | tO th<- cause is dired auJ expected.Py and Surgerv. _lny excellent Tallahassee{fclt tl eontainirg'fi'ibr Effiodc O sz'e Hundred of

report applies to tht-w eompanie the officer fcince its repeal hr can) settle/ lucre/ \\iih ],: s every care and lighten every burden that might car- order c-f the Ex. Com. E. I T. BLAKE. Sec. 0 A. LOCI1RANE, Esq.M. D.. Piof-" acd.fifty of-which Hickory.aad j ii under pJSeTaod cahintion.; e -

The great question tljcrefuic'is" Len their pathway to the grave. How well she t'ueeeCdLtiL3 .1tcst-: i Jurisprudence, Comparative ..orcf Medical There the rfwellitig
having control of them is to blame, and not' ; negroes. Att 30, 1656. S3 [Sent. Copy. are on premises a comfortable
the volunteer*, because ho has the absolute bh-ill this feature cf the Kansas lav Io le- this) beautifnl pat their pnst love fltij prcs'iil ,; i atite Physiology. .tomj and Cocnp.trEntire home and neceMarr out houses, with a hew gin

&hall! its integrity be .< grief wjfl amply tfflify. 'Jliey leaned her house and screw.. First rate welt water and good
command and control of them, nnd if thcr < pealed or 3iiutaiti'd in upon as fees for i'EKMS. health enjoyed oo theplace. For term of tale
Notice
refused to obey his orders or render the service j good faith ? Tins question f'/rms i the basis the gentle end pliant fctayf'their dediuiug years, and j Council |I j Matrieuliuekets to Lectuies . . to the subscribed residing ob'tb, premife. apply

he required of them, he has the power to jf all the political platforms, and the test of amid the drsolaliou thai now lic around them thoic 1' >KOl'05ALS will be received until August 26th. Ana4 .Ofl (once only). 5 DANIEL L. HOyCK.

punish or dismiss them from the rervice, fidelity to each of the candi'Jales for I'rcsi- will be much of convolution in the remembrance of her for keeping in order the Street aud Squares of : '- ..omical Ticket . joayabo __..May 2-i. l315. 21_ I 1 I

I seeking the Votes < f the unweaiiod care to smooth the downhill c.f lifo their the City, an.f also the Cemetrr for the balance of this invaritWe: iii cash in advance, at the openinof -' .
now Io
and good.faith to the country demands it of dency > people, H&TCHINSOJT
order C. Cl'ik the session-- Graduati fee
By n
year. payable before !
him,; ,Bat( he fuileJ to require effective Ber- and in a word upon the' detor'nination of this tottering steps. But in hor clirim ian faith a turfC Aug. 16, 1856. 33 $25.Vt earnination. Mony11M iiy

vice of them, th*jr art not to blanw. Having single question hangs the Fate of this country. crlmo1zItin stands. The coiieioiifiness of a well spent I- >r pHrticuIori, address arty racmbc-r of th* Faculty WANTED : : I

heard compJaints disobedience to orders, lithe integrity of the Kansas law, ia pre life gave her the full as-urauce of the reward of the In; he Circuit Court of Jcjfcrson County, 3en At Ga.g 1Si5. I 4 CASKS Car Bides. **

ao'd preearaing that Cob Monroe has done his served end the people of the' Teiritorics are righteous, anil wLcn eoflUnoned to walk in whituuec.iuse 6 I1ibli4 '2 I

duty, J: take it for granted that Gen. ChurcL- let alone, to have slavery% or not aa tbv "] \0 ut \\.vr TTorthinees." .fihe passed through Margaret Anuear, ) lu. Chancery, -I n 3 u" 8boIald.t,,. -I >r .:

il's bad Account, of the Flond.i Volunteers, the Union h *afe and fa1 prosperity of the the gates into the city" v ilhout cauec of foir. J Le Georgeb.v- Anuear. )[ Bill for adirorce.IT NEW BOOKS .* Joles I Refa.r, I "1: III

applies;to the troops in the State service alone, I''country is guaranteed ; but If the integrity of lamp of truth had lit up tho dark valley," and tbe the Coui JUSt RECEIVED per K H. damnble. .Ttercci C.urerio.lluti'
to saUafacto fto | j&SIF"
appearing upoti r ?
for if he.iote&d it for those in the service of that law y proof of -. &L4
is violated '
the neiv ,
by restoration of thft heard adowu its lonely lengths the fout/jlls of her that the defendant in the above stated caae PUbllC&tlOD8' cornprhin 'cor Z1bb.rL4d. I 'IlOBbis1tr' I

thhe U. S. he-impeaclift! CoL Monroe and not Missouri "restriction" the Union is gong and accompanying Iledccmcr. I'cacc to Lcr ashes, forM bides beyond the limiLa of the 3UU ol Florida, so that re 2 Misf alee Murray's, Travels, United&e, :

Ae volunteer* ;jVvre will therefore briefly note th 'fair prospect of the country blasted. the ordinary process cannot be serTert upon bion. It The SuUs, 4I

the Rerrf g ofUJje But" troops and lie done.Fcarcowpfttiies Which ol'lhe parties now offers the best le lived n ge&tle life, lest bhf f-Lould break is ordered that aid cause bo set for bearing on the A Oompleteworka ChmIdzThf ofIWette( and CIou:1, I

of2tate Volunteers were guarantee for the certain- attainment of this f'toire tie of fn'enJship or w.rnc: chord of love second MonJay in November next, and that eu'd de the Uej Statea, ;

Or wound thc cLcritiied rights of others dear. fentlant do eppeur and pleaJ nnawer, or demur by The Dash
cir
?* dtnto end
tbe-wrrrfcelhrougli Gen. Carter, LetuseeoJ The Fremont or IMaek j I that time otherwise said cause will be tried on the .

4eflyfcrcJtc44on: bjt I tHe frontier Btitle4litrtrewury Republican p rtr, openly avow their determlnation j Thus she cntr/inpd herself around the heart \ fact* charged in said! BilL Provided, That a copy of Tb. Fougcrs I Jam4a' i11d Do.h. e I .
,
Ttntg'b.t; ; to to restore this restrict ten as soon as I' And gainer] the higueg|, friendoLip of H>e good j this order be published! ia some newspaper at Talla- t Baiwer and Diclem I 2DOSic.-

JJ,4 ; or they can nel !ite power to do it. A fnend"Tvp which illumed the path nf' life 1' hafesee, for the space of three months next before said S. inErnc j ppe eompIet 40 EbZ& Pg I I I: I '

And lighted] cVn (fu (Iho rare second Monday. Done and passed at Chamber, tint Lercing to tid0
o tnma#, operation*. 'j'he Fininrore, Ameiican part have an- tfn.pathway 12tL July, 1S5G. 14elk. '--ALsO: I'I
uooneed'tTiejr unqualified of the Her vJrtucii won btrr.'cf!! pivjfo Ici e. t Li
) Fr'.di disnpproval I JI \YLT3BATCKR: Ju.igeTul -

-v lokc'p J tIOJtP! Jt) fr&ri if-r-pal .f thi! lejfiriction: and (to that w'-vit: fle kn-lie :all] r>f r ;ihl-i j i. I Ift :. i Id 3CIXTGLL HOBBY AU.P.U5S :%


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- ; 't ,< GOODS..JOIN BA "WAKER'' ,, TO THE PUBLIC.. important}) to Housekeepers, ')I 0'For,, mnfsturhgUqtorsC Lacour.'s Improved rdia1a.Process:KOer Tcsetn, j 'Dr., .J ". .'MdtE's. .,

1.T' :I DO CERTIFY Ihat'in 'the year 184, 1 visited FARMERS AND FRVIT GROWERS. < Beverage,.Vrnega/ tt :, Syrups," J ,

.; PRAT.OEIOlis Dr. W. Moseley's IufirmAry'at Griffin, Oa, for the Essence., Wines, ie. \rE'.R:1frF G

NEWPORT, FLA. purpose obtaining relief of a very painful and distressing -0- ALL K1N1MI Or'LIQUOR CAN IB UA.TCrACIVB.Ol: ; I OS. 12 I* :E

:. iuterest of Mr. THOMAS Cixcia of the nose and e'e. My nose was 60 C1XTS H " MERCHANT TAILOR purchased the
Arthur's Patent Air-Tight ; : .1 I
HAVING all entirely before I visited the Doctor besidesa
of the late firm"of RICHARDSON & gone OUTLAY y'02.wiI1 furnish
N ; the
Made ( 4 apparatus fur LVER.PiLLS.'rw
Dealer Ready Clothing and deep ulceration on my cheek and about
In WBITAEEK,) we tender to our friends and the publicour very. I and to that Dr. my 'f ANSI fur prtttrving Frfth Frwt* and TtnnnJ ;1l.converting Whiskey and Water into fl.. stroog- -. .

',' Crcntlcmca's FBraithing Goods.. services in tho Storing, Baying Selling Receivingand did eYe relieve am happy and bad proud it not been say for having:Mosely to \ torsjor: Winter U*'. This article soext n ?te- est Vinegar iu 55 lG Lour, at a cost of Iwo to.three cents th..Pt'. ..tj'\ J .'. -' I
me my .
used Northern States last oZ".ttheq.
Forwarding of Cotton and Merchandize. ly in-the rust and season, '
1 ---- gallon.
To our friends and patrons we return our sincere expose myself very extreme Cold bad weather I will be introduced to the citizens of ,Tallahassee and per' The ve*.#ls for lw
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only
A J n INIA had necessary pnrpose are
IF L do have
believe that I would Do return'of the
snrroundifig conntry. by the undersigned who has now They are 'riot!
thanks, fat the patronage heretofore extended us, and disease. I visited the Doctor a second timo and he Wine of W bike barrel The'cntstaixuM with Lid. recommended -
SPRING AND SUMMER hope by our attention to their interests, iu future to the exclusive rfgbt to manufacture iu this viocinity for they are filled for the purpose of making Vinegar,
relieved me again and so far as tho various .i
; ieport It is to call and! '
: merit a continuance of the same. the coming season. only necessary can be found iu Any of the forests of America. as Universal
about the Doctor's to relieve
injuring or failing
me, examine article and the recommendation of
these
r. K. FLETCHER WUITAKER.New ithout'ths
CLOTHSANDCASSIMERES.I 1UILLIE. false. Persons M slightest knowledge of this bun
Port, Fla, July 1st, 1866. they are positively As regards Dr. MoseJey'sskill the persons who have used them to be convinced that incas are led imperceptibly into the uf manu Cure-alls but fbr
in the Treatment of Cancers, I know of no Physician process 'simply
AM BOW receiving an extensive assortment of they are the best most simple and economical articlefor facturt which i i:4
by no means complicated.
iu the world that I would
Cloths Caasirnerestinge, Dran d'Ete White "fSr Having disposed of my interest in the late SUIlGEONand sooner rely ou than the purpose ever offered to the public. They can Tins work i i" to be ftrund nt No. CO Camp street what their
him. As PHYSICIANhe is
_ :Bro arn and Fancy Liaeus AVhite and Figured Mar firm of Richardbon & Whitaker to Messrs Baillie ife in,the a Southern States and I equ.ilto I be used by the most unskilful person without the and at the l} ok store No. 46 St. Charles street opposite name pur-
tellies, all oT which I am prepared to wake up on Wbitaker would tender my thanks to my friends aud any ; am happy to I slightest risk of failure.tr the St. Charles hotel Piice $2 This I
that I found him to be a perfect gentleman and |per copy.
short notice iu the most faouioaable! ehlcs. aud on reasonable their kindness and pay : Purchasers are supplied with a circular containing t
for fonncr
patrons confidently recommend Philauthrupist and advise all afflicted with amount (two dollar) can be *nl, per mail "iu gold! 1)OTtSThe
- 'terms. to their favour and support my successorsin person I full and reliable direction for putting up fruits and the work sent per return mail purchaser, must enclose
Cancer visit the DOCTOR
to us won as possible and VERMIFUGE
and tomatoes in these Caus the whole for
T. J.M. RICHARDSON. placing
business.
-ALSO- have their health restored. RANSOM COOPER. process 20 cent in stamps to pro pay and Register the ,
July 26, 1856. SO I conveniently within the reach of every' housekeeper. Boole. Address
A LARGE A3fl WELL SELECTED STOCK OF Rome.* August oOth, 1855.E2T j A large supply of these Guns will be constantly kept HENRY WALTER A CO., Publishers.} expelling Worms from
Mr. Ransom Cooper Mffnod the above in
mypreseucc. in store. Persons to themselves should
wishing supply
READY-MADE CLOTHING
l'HOf.ASVHITE THOMAS PERRY, Post Matter. I New Orleans La. the
Coneistlnj in part of Ca&hmerctle Frock and Sack r, Home August SOtb 1855.Awful apply immediately, ns the fruit season ;snearathand. I t.2;?" Th great value of thi work ha been suffi human system, .has
All Cans sold made and
Fancy Colored Frock and Sack Drap d'Ete Frock Copper and Sheet Iron are by undersigned war ciently proved by its adoption as a text book by the !
ranted WM. also
P. SLUSSER.
Sack and Business, Alpaeca Sack aud Rusincsg White MANUFACTURER in all klnuS; ff Plain and Fancy Case or Cancer Cured. May eafe.81, 1856. 22 various liquor manufacturers of the city of New York. been administeredwith

Brown and Fancy Liucn Coats Black Dmp d'Ete and Tin takes in !ue citizens RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE PRESS.
Wares pleasure informing
THIS is to that Col. S. H. harris the
and Linen certify of Craw-
Cauunere Wbit
Summer Punts
Fancy most
Tallahassee and the surrounding thai; he IS, Thi,work will be found to the dealer satisfactoryresults
Punts. White and Fancy Marseilles VesU. Fancy and country ford county, came"to mo in the year 1851 J. with a Can.cr Piano Fortes. supply in liquore I
now prepared to wait ou all that wih to patronize wine, vinegar ic, wUha thorough teacher and
his of fourteen
Undershirts on chin years standing, the chin-
Pliin Silk Vests Slurt. Collars Cravats. various
-- .. him iu his line busioes" He als> tenders his thanksto bone and saliva! glands had all become much .iliirrlTTE are prepared to furriNh Piano guide amid nil the varied aiid intricate protcuees of to animals
Drawers, Gloves, Hosiery, his friends and the public generally for the very fV this ue nefls.-\". 0. J'ifftvune.' .
best
JOHN PRAETORIUS.: very diseased;and his constitution nearly ruined. Mr. Harris rJfIJ Fortes, of the very: quality
16 liberal patronage with which ho has heretofore been had been uuder the treatment of many eminent upon the most liberal terms. It were n work snpererogati. to praise a JtOk- subject to Worms.

April 19, 18i6. fa favored aud he hopes tha! a continuation the' same physicians and among them was the groat Dr. JSliej/ !i 'l'hey are second to none iu any country either as Qf Mon LacourV writing. The volume before us i ill *

will be granted him. ard. of Cha'lenton, and alto the celebrated Dr. Marshall I i to quality or price. remarkable for its completeness and the exact practical The LIVER PILLS, for

He will constantly keep on liarudit full supply of all of Macon who treated hu case twice without E\'crlllltrumcllt will be warranted.: directions.wluch it gives. Old manufacturers will

Burls of Ware usually kept in an establishment of his removing the disease. He fln.'t.lJyVeut to Dr. Marshall I MILES NASH l CO. find nil .,!the old modes fcnfirely superseded.! Them the cure of LIVER COMPLAINT -

liue of business. A full assortment Sheet Iron nn he informed me, time third time, and he refused I[, February 23. 181 6. 8A <> of the old formula would appear us the **f am ot

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

]I and a' great many other article too numerous to lIJen.I Mr. I harris heard of the many wonderful cures that I Q-u.in.in.e.-: this work. One of the principal objects appears to be <
1 I tioa.: at. to avoid a* far a* pt).ible. the use -of
had made and visited
I me Griffin, a' a lost resort.I apparatus orcxpsnsive SICK HEAD-
NOTICE TO BUILDERS. commenced treating his case, and iu six weeks the JUST received 600 Oc.vcrs Slllpll 4lliiiinc, (t<> the operatorappliances) of any kind in ,

I I Tm Hoofing, Guttering Copper and Tin Conducting Cancer was all removed, and the sore nearly healed.'I'Iii. .- .' liruiltl, together with a great varietyof the manufacture of liquors, .',-Sfvi Yvik 'J nn** ACHE &C.Purchasers.

,OFWithdrawal I I Pipes tc., all of which he pi utilises to do in the most caseYztS si't-n and witnessed by more than five pure CIlPl11iC' Is. AMES & LIVELY. This volume contains the art of preparing and put'' ,

woik-man-likc] mauner and etjle nnd of the best ma hundred I have the Cancer now in April! 1856. 14 ting up time whole lit ofdrinlcableo! from a choice pip
persona. will
my possi'fMonaud ._ .__ _. _.. _
Lands inFLORIDAABALABAMA. pleasebe
of of Otard .fLhe
I I terinl! ou shortest notice and mot reasonable terms any person can see it b\ calling at my office Dupiiy, ( vintape of 1795, to a simple

i Having been engaged for the last eight years in in in Griffin. This case was witnessed: bv Olive Oil. end economical manner of making cider without apples ask for

i j business at this place he thinks it unncfon.-ury to re- THOMAS JONES, of Griffin. SUPERIOR article for Table w>. Just re by fermentation. A friend him apI.1i"J.h4 re particular

..... I commend hi'nselfany further t,> the public as regards Dr. J. D. MARTIN, 'ci\'edby AMES ,fc LIVELY.Apfil5. t-ipc for eon verting L'3 gallons,of nhinkt-y info 40 pal I Dr. C.
i his but the time he lon with the most satmfuotury result Thf latter McLanc's Celebrated -
capabilities au a mechanic at same I K.: W. WILSON, I 285t 14
of the act entitled An act prauting! ._ ..... I
pursuance -- T-nm. r doe not
IN assures all that favor him with a call good work and 0 CRENSHAW W. W quality posw-wa an equal amount of intoxicating I
lands, in alternate sec;ions, to tho States of "
public the VERMIFUGE and
to fomn
Flower Jars. properties the
though 40
Florida and Alabama. t aid in the construction uf cheap prices. I Jo certify, tli.it myself, and many other, of this gallons
certain railroads! in saiJ ," approved 17th May, i I j Having removed from the old stauil formerly know place, were eye witnesses to the above stated case, LARGE assortment of Flower Jars various Sizes was of n much finer color tate, and odor.-.>ev> York
LIVER
1650 all tho lands Iving witl.ia fifteen miles This; much talked of book in
uer of 200 foot street, where he will be glad to waiton II. IL\.T10X. t LIVELY. atlmimnd. It contains a
of the railroads anj branch nanied in <
following : nil his friends.! THOMAS WHITE. rna!8 information that id perfectly Mstonu hitjg, and
Grifiiii 1862. (Q1'o?
May, H. April r, 185f. 14
said act to wit: From St Juhu' river, at Jacksonville i could only have'been from
Dec. 11855. 48NEW I acquired actual observation.
j eHouvnci @)
to the waters .rf Escaoibia bay, near Pensacola; I I HidesVanted. I If)oil winh to we ingenuity applied! ; look in a of ,\( .
.
from Amelia Island on the Atlantic, to the u'alerlluf To the Afflicted of all Condition : Lacour on Liquor. Practicability cop u '
GOODS. appears to have been
Tampa bay, with a brauch to Cedar Key ou the \ I I do certify that I wa most horribly afflicted with rTCBEEF\ \ HIDES Wanted (\\hirhthe !I the design of th} fltlhor. No ilriajs are necessary to SOLE PROPRIETORS Pittsburgh -

Gulf of Mexico (except the Tampa bay portiou south TO\VLE&YE1tS I a Cancer ou my upper lip, which caused uie pain in fjLf'/W highest price will be paid. AUo lJl'cr) i ascertain the result "fan appljeation situ r cipe.It .- ,

_ of junction with the Cedar Key brauch ;) and from ; dcscribalile. After trying the skill i.'fall the moht and Otter skins. DAVID C. WILSON : speak from actual vJ)8ervatilllJ.-PMI Sun. ;; Pa. and take

Pensacola Florida to Montgomery, Alabama, have I ARE now receiving by recent ct/tinint Physicians that 1 could hear .f, and that Tallahassee, September 29, 1S55. f,9 I Thin work will revolutionize the, present s'jle ol no

by instruction from this .office been suspended from I p fmm New York,a fashionable I without relief, I gave up my case as hopeless, and aa ,. mannfdcturing liquor: ?.-New Yi-rk Ih raft! other as there various.
sale and location uutil further orders. : and well selected stock of I I thought! with death etaiinij me in the f ce. But fortunately A. B. CLARKE, Lacour's Look for instructing in the art of making arc

Given under my hand at the General Land Office I. \Vafchcs ami Jewelry, : fur me, I heard of Dr. W. R. Moseley's I great ,I and bottling,
at the City Washington, this twenty,third Consisting of gentlemen's gold hunting levers, ladies success iti the treatment of this disease and os a last MERCHANT TAILOR j I wine, and pun vinl' lIr tbr theta !l",should be preparations now

day of May, U56.TH03. gold levcre. silver lever, hunting anchor. lepine and resort I placed rnyselfunder his treatment and in one DiaLER ix READY MADE CJ.OTJIJXV j I in the hand of every Lnustkeeptr iu the country. before the

A IlE DRICKS. Commitrioncr. quartier Watches; Cameo Mosaic, Coral and all gold month from the time he commencd I was perfectly GENTLEMEN'S FuicNisni.vo GOODS. I II The copyright f"ibid (.r we would #-ve our readers public, pur-

June 1. 185i. 23 bosom pins and earrings, necklaces, gold and jet crosses sound, and have been Su ever flint'e. 0 I thi morning, some of the mot valuable recipes that
receiving at the well known old stand A I porting to be
Notice bosom pius and lockets for hair and daguerreotypes ELIZABETH JINKS. NOW >r- ever appeared in print. How so much information can Vermifugeand.
; gold and hair bracelets a large ahpoitmentof Butta County Ga, May 27, 1846. occupied by Clark Stillman. a general I! be given for two dollars i the moet astonishing feature
moalfttaftkJa.te.fe will ; .
prelutulral'counlF. assortment Superior Ready Made Clothing Furnishing connected with the Look.-N Liver Pills. All
SIX fine diamond and J York Tune
t&. to the Hou. Jud;e of Probate of plain ruby, pearl g met onyx and Goods Cloth, Cassimeres, Vestings &c., composed LACOCB.
ox WQt'oa.-Thi" i i" the
cornelian finger rings geutlemen's diamond ins Horrible Case of Cancer Cured most completework
Hamilton County. fur a fc>al settlement of the estateof ; ; in part of the following articles: the others in
Stephen Kerch late LAid County deceased and sleeve buttons plain. cameo onyx and cornelian; a BY DR. \% R. MOSELEY, M. D. l-jpe| Black Dress Frock Coats. on manufacture of liquors that we ever met comparisonwith

ask to be dischanred as Etecutors of said estate.AMESGILL. great variety of studs, fine gold vest, fob and guard I do certify that I wan for many years bodily afflicted I Bla.k and Col'd Single Breasted Frock and I making with; it contains an immense number of formulas for Dr. McLANE's"
chains seals, keys gold and siver and every variety ofhiquirs.wines.cordials, bitten.syrupJ. are
/ ., pen pencil ca
t with Cancer ou Lip and Chin, I tried all the BusinSB Coats ,
my inear tc. The
\ work i is
"l" and silver and steel published subscription
gold and silver by
WILLIAM BASSET, { lieS thimbles., spectacles, gold remedies I could hear of, but found! no relief. I finally Fancy Cassimere Jo. do. do ; the suoHcribers are dealers and importers of worthless.

Ytb.1G. 1856. 7 heard of Dr. W. R. Motley's great success in the Black and Colored Cloth Overcoat, liquoie in this city. This alone would speak>more in
Fine Cutlery nnd Guns. of Cancer and viiitcd him I I' Black Doeskin Pants.
treatment affections at favor of the reliability the woik than "
could be otherwise The
OOBoxes Mullins Tobacco. Diuner and breakfast knives without f Irks, knives Griffin and in the course of fifx weeks he had the Can- I 'I Fancy and Col'd Cassimere Paul, said-.V. O. Ifffla. 3ENUINEMcLane'sVermifuge

be leceivedduriog the months of and forks in setts carvers and steel single fine pock. cer all removed. I would advise all that are afflicted Black and Fancv. Silk Vests, March 1. 1856. 9-Cm I *

To and October September et cutlery, shears, 6ci*or4 and razors; f fice double with the disease, to visit him mid have their health 4' Fancy Velvet do. andLive *
4 500 Baxcs of Mulling
next or
Tobacco. aaeoited barrelled laminated steel and stub twist guns common restored. He is, beyond all kind of doubt, the most do. Cuss. do. Cashmeres Quit Drinking P Poisonous Liquors !

in New York or At a ether price leIs Nerfisern tkaucan: market be purchased Many guns idiot pouches of various patterns, fiue and skilful Cancer doctor in the Southern States. White ilarsailles do. 1. B. LACOUR'S PATENT PROVED PROCESSFor j| Pills can now be had at

Lave tried it seasons any before and expressed themselves commou powder flasks cleaning rods Ely's caps and Cherokee Co., 01\ EMANUEL DOMLVGAS.REKERKNCES -ALSO- making all kinds of |
wad, wad cutters, and materials for gunsmiths. -Dr. J. D. :Martin Griffin Ga.; Dr. J. A fine a'=sortment of Shirts.Collars. Cravats Black I ail respectable Drug
fciiUsficd of the fact. lt others do tke To the Liquors
and
sme. Y. M. Pucket ILmis county, Texas; Grcer Bishop, White and Colored, Kid and Silk Gloves self adjubt-! i i Vim-gar, j
trade r articularly I refer. Time given O Lots.D. Silver aud Plated Ware.Silver Griffin Ga.Sciizliii, I ing Stocks Cotton and Merino Under-shirta, Jeans. j INSTANTLY, by tlc use of Lacoura: Essential ', Stores.

LADD. table, desert and tea spoons. silver foiks. soup --. Drawer Brown, Fancy Cotton, and Lisle Thread } i 'I
Newport July 5, 1S56. 27 and cream ladle, butter and pickle knives plated! Breast be Cured.; I i Hose White and Colored Cambric Handkerchief, all j These Oils; are obtained by Distillation at the CLcUI- FLEMING BRO'S
fork and spoons, waiters castors cake and fruit baskets run ical Laboratory (pari h Jefferoou ,
of which are offeicd to the public on reasonable term i, ) ot l'ierre Lacour j
Circular Saw Mill Agency. I electro plated tea sets. and communion service LET THE PUBLIC READ and warranted as good as> offered iu this Market. j Author Laeour'b Chemical Analysis Lacour's Chern- z'' 60 WOOD ST., PITTSBURGH, PA.

TiE undersigned has the agency [o the wile of butter sugar and cream dishes, chamber anti pallor I.v mercy to the afflicted, and the gratitude and high I CaB and examine. | ical Manipulation, Lacour on the Manufacture of Liquors Sole Proprietors.

W.llnick's Impr\'e Circular Saw Mil!,," candlesticks saltcellar!, boquet holders card aud I opininii I entertain of DR. MOSELEY as a Surgeonami : November 10, 1855. 45'I &c.LACOIJPb'S. : .

Cnsist ia ( tbrP fJr 48 a.d 52 or b4 inch flower basket.s-.uid brittanuia ware.MiccI1aiicoius Physician, I deem it my duty mention the case I ---- -. ------.--- -- -- -.- --- ---- OIL OF COGNAC, converts neutral I SCO'-II..t MEAt

Saws. These Cirl1ar are decidedly the best in use, Articles. of my wife, hoping at the same time that all persons Joseph J. Williams, ) In Leon Circuit Couit. spirit to n superior imitation of Imrx.i ted Brandies No. 111. Charters St. New Orlear.,

: having several iltpfo\"erfot over tfee ** Pge" or any Ladies icticules, satchels work boxes pearl Berlin similarly afflicted may bo benefitted' by it. III the vs. > Bill for Divorce viz: Otarti Sarzerac Slarett Cognac Poultney Seig-- General Wholesale agent for the Southern State, to

wtter.Patent in twe The COt is about & 00, ?350, Won, and morocco port monaics pearl card cases, coral first part of this year, my wife had] several small lumpsto loley illijma. ) netee. United Vineyard Properties,C Castillion and Lon whom all orders must be addrevwil.

S aid $4W f<'r ,rbu sizes, :according to ertracarriage I beads, coral necklaces and, armlets, jet bracelets, make their appearance !in her, breast ; they continued I eariiiEj to the satisfaction of the Court by af- don Dock Brandies. The Liquors w ill hare a full frui- Sold bj Ames & Lively. K Barnard. Jr.. Mile

.&c For. farther paiticukis apply t 1 necklaces, and bosom pine napkin rings hair nnd toothbrushes 1 to increase in sire, until the whole bi east became ; IT tida\it apj' that the Dtfendaut It-ley Williams, resides ty flavor, and beautiful sparkling color. Common Nash LADD. cisea-jiftl < aud painful. I tlm J Rectified Whiskey will \\j? the Gardner ck :&Iill,. Newport W. T.
D.ANmL hat revivers obeli buffalo india rubber and a ma s very piucurvd I iM--jurisdiction) of the Court, and is not au inhabitant changed by use of the Quincy ; ; Carpenter
Newport, Fla, November .. IS,: 44 I; ivory combs china and wax dolls, razor strops and II bebt medical aid in the Oily of Rome arid! nut it!- beyond of the State of Florida." It is, on motion, ordered Oil of Cognac to New York Brandy Pine Apple & Co, Waukeenah! ; Blosely it I'ope. Madison

-- belts: cigar cases,.feather dusters: pailorand btandiiig the canu-bt and faithful attention of the moat 'I that the defendant erittr her and Brandy common Cognac Brandy Ac.LACOUR'S Palmer t; Bro. Monticello S.Pufcsten. Monticella;
Corn'and money skilful the continued to and appearance I OIL OF RYE W. & Co, Cbattaboochee Baltztll 4 WMg.
worse Rect
Gob Crusher. :j d or bells bohemi glass and china vases and has physicians grow dinur, answer or plead to the said Bill in the Clerk's changes common Rogers ;
j kets terra cotta vats and pitchers perfume bottles worse, until they gave the ease up its incurable and I office of the Circuit Court of Leon before the J ified Whiskey t<> Monongahela Rye Whiskey old Virginia on, Marianna; Nicholson it Zei ler. Bainbridge Oa

O RANGER'S rJteltCm and. C.,b Cru'-ner. I !i jewel cases, centre su:pen iou and side lamps, lamp advieed amputation.. I was advised by many of ray first Monday in October 1856. Otherwise on or paid Bill i Malt Whiskey. Bourbon \Vbiclev. tc. I). H. Dickinson Bainbridge ; E. Seixss, Tboman le.

have taken Agency fur the sale of these superior ;I shades chimney and wicks, violins and bows guitars, friends to visit DR. W. It. MOSELEY, of (iiifrhi. Ga.. I shall be taken for Confessed. It i is further ordered I OIL OF CEDRAT chances common Rectified OIL .

Cob Crcilicrs, unequsled it is sai-i to any iu i{ banjos tambourines. accordeons clarionet, flutes and which I did, and jinUinisliin' as it may 8el mLI, hud that a of this order be mllihed in one of the Whiskey to old Irish Malt Whiskey and a superior February 23. 1856:_81yBlaoksmithlng.__
the A -al"ck ef will > her cured within oYte month and the i* copy ]} article of Scotch
entirely nmn Whiskey.
C otrv. tlC Crushers Je on fifes guitar and violin strings, fine cologne and other in the of Tallahassee for three months 'I ,
early this coming vvy 1.\\'. considering t 1 perfumery, and a general asurtment of Toys. in 'loud,(.ult/t !! I would'advise all who are afflicted I newspapers to the said city first Monday! in October" 1856.- OIL OF PEACH chance?common Whi-kev to Virginia .

great saving us feed. 45 V55 tC5 each : Watche and jewelry repaired promptly and in the with Scirrhus, and Cancerous, affections, to visit the I Done previous and: passed at Chambers, Julv, 1I t. 185C. Peach Brady. Ac. OilofPeueb and Oil of Cognacwill T HE Undersigned have CormCd *
for these bil' Prices unifoni throucuout the eotntv.For I best manner. Doctor without delay, as 1 am satisfied by experience J. WAYLES BAKER convert common Whiskey to AppleBrnndr.OIL ;' JL a co-partnership the pur- Sftf)

fur particulars call and examine fur.vour&elvcsso ;' Ot..l)>r 20. 1P65 4: and observation, that he i is the most skillful phjfcic.iui: G. I K. WALKER andD.W.GWYXX. Judge. I OF GIN converts the poorest Whiskey to Holland pose carrying on the Black- \rsmithing
soon a a stock fo a simple arrivts. : ---------- '.-- in the Southern States m the treatment of that horrible Gin, Scheidam Schnapps Rose Cm Swan Gui, Business in all its various branches. Particular -
D. LADD. Notice to Contractors. disease-Cancer. ( England Gui &(. I attention is given to Carriage and Spring Work.

Newport 'July : 18G. 27 : Or FICE OK STATE ENUINLKE, BCE.VAVISTA. I WILLIAM I H. MITCHELL: I 1 1856. Solicitors fur__,Comii1Vt.July :: 'I LACOUR'S CONCENTRATED ACID I will,5nfive and to laying Axle. of nil kind of Vehicle Tie
5,
.
-- ------- I Ol.\\G MILL P. O., ST.Jon:,: ltivr.B FLA,, M. E. MITCHELL i -,111 hours after Wing mixed, change five gallons of good shop is convenient to the Livery Stable of P. B. Bro-
-- --- --
A Homestead for $10 AUGC.VT 20TH, 1855. ) Diiuqhttr of J. W.: Brudlwj, lioinr Ga. I IExecutor's Vinegar and twenty-five gallons of water to thirty kaw and special attention given to borse-sboeing.

i! -1 BALED PROPOSALS will be received at this Rome Ga., OctulJcr 25, 1851. I Notice. I gallon of the most acid Vinegar that can be found m Farming implements of every description done to or-

830,0 Worth of Farms and Building Ortie utitil the 20th day of August 1856 for con- : months after date we will present ouraccounts ''I the markets. By the me Lacour'a Concentrated Acid der. P. B. BROKA W.lL .

LOTS strutting a Canal with its necessary appendage, A cA.It ]: 'I SIX vouchers to the Hou. Judge of Probate( for Vinegar c.au'be made for one dollar and sixty cents B. .

"*"N the Gold Region of Culpeper Co..A irginiat
JL divided amongst 10,200 bubsciibers. on the J 17th Lake Harnuy tl... St. John to Indian River, a distance selves of DR. MOSELEY'S services will find him at : apply to be discharged,from the cxeculorship of Oscar I FOR MAKING LIQUORS Laeours Oil's requira

September 18.C, fur the benefit of Port Rovil Female of ihirU.en miles, :3.410 feet ; authorized by the his INFIRMARY, BROADWAY GRIFFIN.OEORGIA. }'illvaw deceased. no preparation-only pouring the Oil iuto the Whiskey Notice.
i Gencial Assembly of the State of Florida at ith hesi I OWEN. fc JAMES A. FILLY A W. Extoi'u. aud shake wed. The Liquids thus made will ha vet* .
Subecriptious ONLY TEX DOLLARS EACH, I months after date. the admiaistrs-
.cademy. sion of 1 Es5 by Au Act entitled An Act to April 12, 1S56. 156mAdministrator's fine natural aroma-A full, rich, oily, taste-n beautfultrftn5plr SIX undersigned
one down the rest on the delivery of the DEU i, t-i. provide Patients boarded at $1 l per day, or, ?16 per month. I nt color and fine 1kad.cour'I of the Estate'of R. E. Gibson deceased,trill'
subscriber will Building Lot Farm for aud encourage a Liberal System of Internal Im- FEES in all cases, to be agreed uptIz> before under a Oil
Every get a or a I three distinct present her accounts and Tom-ters the Hoo. Judgeof
: in tlii State.Propostls exert l tici in converting connnon
ranging in value from $10 t 25.00. These Farms I i pioveruenU taken. No case will be received into this establishment I Notice. I prop Probate, for Gadsden County, for final settiemestf.and .
will the amount fur wl.iih the Whiskey to Brandy, Gin tc. Time first property combines
Lots are sold *<(, to t I specify unless it is believed on examination that it can TO'fICE is the will to be discharged from th. ado tr ..
.ad cheap etteUtnt.I \ hereby giveu.that undersigned will with and subsides in the form of Floculent! applv
work will be done the mode and manner in Nthich I be cure.l.Ir admit of relief. All will particles -
- sufficient number being reierveJ. the inrca"e I cases rejected .1, at the of six months file his vouchers turship of said estate.
expiration the whole of the .il lie .
,
_ value of which wil for the uppuient low I I payments sire to be made,whetlJl.rilllan,11I or mIImnit.y.pr *. invariably be charged $5, for exuminiation and a vlce. and n >]'ly for a final discharge from the administration I The whiskey i is thus griiii of(that Amj Alcohol-irrita-)) FLORIDA A.F. GIBSON Admfx.
Cmpnsato deprived
of each. Profiles and estimates peculiar
portions can All) letters, to entitle them to notice must
jrt-iee r' will b given for. IarR. enclose of the estate of Nathen Holt, deceased. and and becomes April 26, 1856. 16- m
ting burning taste neutral
I I a
be at this office inft'rrnationnbtaineil spirit'the
t! f..vJiful pf1 iformatice cf contracts sod prouiises.J seen by a "stamp" for the payment of postage and be directed PATRICK SMITH Admt'r. I
?y* M"re A ;euta ale w nted to Obtain subseiTbers. I|I addressing the undersigned at 'Orange :Mill Post Of to W. R. OSI:LEY, M. D, Mav 3. 1856. 18TowzProperty second property consists in an OIly mucilaginous GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
taste to the which
I flee, St. John's River Florida. 1'iopoRals will also : imparted Liquors renders it mellow
Griffin Georgia.
liberal inducements will l
i."1.1 th most he given. I be received for constructing a Rail Roud1' the I and imparts an appearance of great age ; the third --0-

Ageutsirite that they ate making $!OI per I same grountL F. 1. DANCY February 23. 1856._ ._____ y-8____ for Sale. property is exhibited in the rich vinoui, nutty odor DR. T. J.'OIjB LEE ,

IUutbh rila will full be done for cry Agent State Engineer State of Florida. Most Approved Corn Mill in Use. undersigned offers at private sale, the follow that is imparted the Liquor which renders distinction -
particulars Pubsonptiuiw
> T'HE Practicing Dentist
from the Genuine Brands
PSlb, apply to E. BAUDER August 1,1 855 :51yI 1 ( ( i OF the most approved LANIER CORN described 1 property known as the Jra\in Lot, impossible.
dc Ruyal. Caroline, Co. Va. JLUU MILLS for sale by the Subscriber. These viz: Lots Noa. 3. 25. 27, 3D, 43, 140. 141. 142. 148, W These Oil are put up in quart bottle*. each THOMASVILLE GA. and MONTICELLO

July, 18 'r 27Administrators I Burning Fluid Mills have been for some tune iu use through this region 144. 226. 227. 235.23 ),240. 241, 242 243, 214. 245, bottle contains Full and sufficient Oil for making 800 gallons of IN and MADISON FLA, and their respective and

: and lower part of Georgia, aud give perfect sat : 248, 246, 250. 252, 253, 254, 256, 257. 258, 268 all liquor. comprehensive directions accompany adjacent counties. He inserts'any number of Artificial
I O F a superior jCjuulitv Just received and fur alc ilfacllOu.I't'iuding with ease 40 bushels and the rise in the original plan of the city Tallahassee. the-bottles. Price f 2 per bottle. i Teeth from ONE to a FULL edt on the latest
Notice. AMES 4 LIVELY. J2? Quo bottle of these Oils (five in number will
by ) life-
in the day with less than the oidinary gm power applied -ALSO- \ improved principle giving them that beautiful
j May 81, 1."r I.. 22 to it. The, maker furnishes hand to it be securely packed and shipped (with !bill! of lading) .like which Nature _nearly
months after date I : aeconnaI I a put up; appearance approaches so
SIX "La1 present my I -- Lots Nos. I. 2, 3,1, B, 6, 7, in S. Counly qr.A (men cliarge. to any'part of the country the
and warranted to satisfaction. upon detection tht closest observer.
one give perfect aa to challenge by
: to the Judge of Probate f.rLa every
_ voucen A. W. DAVIS D. D. S. receipt of f I 10, to the address of _
-
L s 0-
'
NATURAL
Dental their
administrator of the estate of I'I Call and examine them at D. LADD'S.April Persons needing operations oo
.Ieced., te and ASK for. a final discharge It RESIDENT OFFICE, TALLAU ASSE, FLA 21. 1855. 16 Lots N.a. 4. 12. 18, 15, 16, 22, 25, 39, 40, U, 61 March P. LACOUR New Orleans. Teeth and wish him to perform thea can by
Haywad 62, iu the South 4 County quarter. 1, 1836.UNIVERSITY. 9ni applying:, have them done at tJtefoUowiDgprieH
in Artistic
frm Important
adminutration.THOMAS HAYWARD, AJruY. Improvement MILES NASH &. CO. The above described property formerly belongedto which will be found to be MUCH lower than has ever

July 20, 1859. S06mExecutor's Dentistry, Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c.us'r Gov. Brown. For further information and terms, OF NASHVILLE. been offered in this section of country befcr s to-wit:
-,- ----- BY which the f. ce isTestored to its original contour, which will be liberal.apply to A.errymaker.! Esq. For filling teeth with Gold Foil, II CO, $1, 60. ft OO
T received from New York bark n.1I. Gam-
and with it tbv loss of the teeth supplied so as per Attorney at Law Tallahassee. Medical and $2 50. varying according Jo size of cavity andamountxf -
Notice. f J ble, general assortment of articles iu our line Department
a
elude detection. cf this
to Samples improvement maybe CHARLES P. MANNING. used; Extracting teeth, In omot '
"Vf"OTICE i hereby given to all persons holding seen; alto' temporary sets inserted on such as Oils of almost every kind, Burning Fluid, Until sold, the above property will be for rent. ... .. 0 only 50 cents-n-oht of office f 1. -

_Ll claims or demands against [the estate of Newuan Ciiiifu )'.urchn.III While Lead Zinc and other paints, Window Glass of A. PERRY AMAKER. PVHE SIXTH ANNUAL COURSE or LECTURES His rnics lor a full upper or lower Ictt of taeib. onrtATK. -

.4 Olct late of Gad den county, deeased to few hour that teeth best quahly Putty, Hru llcjl. Potash Soda SparklingOelatillo9 February 16t 1856. 7-tf I "in this Institution will commence ou (with CONTINUOUS GUMS if necessary,) is
a so persons having removed ,Londou tu&tnI'J.'rclJrh Brandy ( !bed,) .
: present legally authenticated tnlt I have substitute immediately. very 0 MONDAY, the 3d of November. A full preliminary ouly 16 per tooth and perfect satisfaction guaranteed!
can n complete for medicinal Spice, Pepper, Lemon ,
Syrup
prescribed by law, or this notice be nlead 1 against purposes fice all students will be in instance.
Cod to
wi Children' teth extracted and advice git i en to parentsin Inks Quinine Peruvian Baik. Fluid Extract Buchu Liver Oil. course given by the Professors every

t their dual recovery. E SIEPAH' regard to the management and treatment of the &e., tc., and a general assortment of Popular Patent & PURE of the celebrated Brands" lIe commencing on the first Monday of October. Those desiring his sttvicea in any'cttioo of the
: warranted suit the FRESH Professor Fees f 105. Matriculation :Fee ?5. Practical above named counties or any other lection of eocntzy
teeth grati All operations to most Medicines. We keep none but the very best and Clark t Co., & Rushton's.Iuale .
Jane 21. lG. 25 Anatomy $10. Graduation Fee $55. For Catalogue can application by letter to either of the above
upon
fastidious. Will practice iu the principal towns hope to merit your !\ by AMES & LIVELY
patronage.MILES and Announcement to named Pott Offices or otherwise,matt precept attention.
the State. References the of apply
Notice.SU'e throughout : Faculty NASH, d CO. Aprils, 1856. 14 -
the Ohio College of Deutal Surgery, and those who Mardi 29. 1856. 18 0 PAULF.EVE.M.D.. -.- _ij
of Florida, ) -, __. Dean of the Faculty. i v7'
i be is daily operating for. Wines, Syrups, &c. agraazzics : .
County Hamilum. jALL j Apil! 26. 1856. 17 Notice. t '
\ indebted to the Ute of Allen G. LI Otard Brandy, Sparkling Cider Undergraduate Department. JCOGX Cou.N'e\'U. Georgia.Ho5. .
persons O
late of Hamilton Estate Notice.State AI.L person having demands against the estate o Old Port Old Port Juice : .J. I*. SiWA r\ ) :
county deea arerequested Insolvent B. late of Leon deceasedwill Ga
make immediate Bull county Madeira Brandy Chenie*, (WESTERN MILITARY INSTITUTE.) JUDGE Lan VThci3srrfll ;
t payment Jd to'e take notice that they must present them to the ; J. S. WIWN Q. 0)J '
of Florida ) Sherry, Sardines,
said
baring against 0 NEXT SESSION of this College will
d e.tt wi present tem undersigned, or to llen Archer k Papym duly rrl1E open W. S. DiiwotT
Eaq,
of Leoo. Gelatino Preserved Quinces 1
in law. County )fALL Sparkling 8th. Classical
MONDAY
_ prescribe by ptembcr .The ,
te within the 0
t authenticated time .
prescribe by law or .
Flavoring txtracts.Of.; Pears C.G.FiirzEsq.
NATH'L. P. MARION having claims against the Estate of Course is full and eve Cacility is afforded to Student }
Et'rJU persons this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery ; Yeast Powders Tamarinds Mers. W.A J. BCDD, UoaticeUo.l1-
21> 1858. 25Notice. Jinking, late of Leon county deceased in Scientific Branches. A Preparatory School is attached
and all indebted to said
persons estate are hereby notified Spanish Olives Col. K 11 BLAomvr.. <
notified to the same to the Judge Spices embracing of two The Military
are hereby present a course years. "
to make immediate payment to the undersigned January J:, 1856. :,
Corn Starch, Pickles,
of Probate, of Leon County at his office in Tallahassee MARY system U adopted as an effectual mean of preserviup .
BULL Adtr'x.Augusts
on or before the firt Monday in December next Worcestershire Sauce, Balad Oil, good order economy regular habits and active 0 .
-E' .LL peT;>ts having claims against the estate of for payment pro'rata. 1856. 31-8w English Mustard Capers bodily exercise. Charges for Tuition arid Boarding .a.meB dJ 13ively

- F .cL John W. Mann, deeed.lt of Gadsdeneountr D.W. GWYNN, STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESSAT Claret Cocoa $100 per term of 20 weeks Surgeon's Fee f 5. Engineering TALLAHASSEE,-FLORIDA,

&hereby notified present t'the undersigned Judge of Probate. AMES & LIVELY. Freqch, Spanish German Draw ing. BookKeeping -
EeL iL the time prescribed by law, May 21. 18:G. 21 XJWl'ORT.'fll January 5., 1826.Uonncfs. and Fencing each 910 per term of 20 week. fI1iJ Wholeaale and ,R.Uil .3D*. I to M&Sorjkt .

or t o plead in bar of their recovery, E undersigned still carries on the n.boTe bU81nelili The butt session of the Medical College closed with a DRUGS 'AND) MEDIOIJ. .
Indebted are requested to nuke all its branches. Buildings wwll calculated for
t pay. Notice.S ISoiiiiriff. 839 Matriculants and 86 Graduate, front I 2 States.The .
Jet despatching wagons. D. LAD Military College closed its first iuNakbvillo Perfumery DyostufFi.Specs. ? &ri1I(
immtl.MRY MANN Ext'X months after date. I will present my accounts Newport. September 2,1854. S5, LAmEs colored straw Bonnets, with 1 51 Matriculants from 14 States.year Fur Catalogue, Snuff! Wbder/t Glao/Jraiot*.

L JU. 23-m and vouchers as Admiinittrotor on the estate of colored straw trimmed Bonnets, and Regulations apply to l Oils, Vaniahea. Putty Jr* .iKt'GrM'Mee..

Hugh 0. McLean to the lIon. E. C. Love Judge of Contracts for Trestling. "., plain"U \ B. JOHNSON, Superintendent.' and Glass War Pat.t1i4dtMr
II
i In Leon Circuit'Court. To'Foll Term 1850. Probate for Oadsden, County for a final settlement II black Nashville, August 2, 1856. 81 Fine Snaps Fo! Tooth:: Par* Wiim- 04 .
and apply for ft discharge therefrom.ALEXANDER Qrrici PENBACOLA AND GEORGIA IL Co. ) white satin and silk and Hair Brushes kr.K3cIpir.

Ue QIDD. ) Attachment (or $268 61.1(1 E. GREGORY, Admt'r. Tallahassee, April \lth. 1856. f '4 black" (extra eire) Paint -be., F AiIWa'

L lu of Debt (worn to- July 28, 1856. 28-6mNotice )ROPOSAL8' invited for tho con Children and Misses 8traw" Notjoc. Garden Seeds Fiwr.. Bazrs._
: ,.:' JUt Wil. J Bd ro f 72; 0. X structiou wooden culverts and trrstlidg I' M u Bats, They have r* entry! reathtd 'Jorj**:.nXvof ? Hla
WifleyJ months after date will
---.- on the line of the Pcnsacola and Georgia For sale by DAVID C. WILSON. SIX we present cur account* ..ryv*rkty azti n '-n" JlT*' *? .
the with the October 13, 1855. 41 vouchers .to the Hon.: Judge .of Probate of Plant. aid kUa will,
rpEE Defendant and all l otfaerriatereeted, are hercJL Rail Road from junction Tallahassee Haniltnu dronfuU. Pbj. alwajtal

by ootifi d oUt itu of.Ibe _above entitled SIX months after date 1 shall present my accounts Rail RoM to the Suwa'nueu River. Some of the work of David Most County late, fur of said a final settlement deceased oHM, and estate ik thai eaiab&hneot k ftjll tapito ef;rantUnf, :

ant by & &ctt ae hereby required t te. to the Honorable Judge of Probate of U required immediately. The construction of the rest Circular & Upright Saws.HOi to be discharged administrators.county d.d and" th.1 libem1lr. i: '' .

:) appear and te declaration filed in the caetrithta Hamilton County for a final settlement as administrator may oo deferred to be comjileted as the graduation i : & CO., and Welch & Grifleth Circular Saws EDWIN F. 0'WREDE.ELIZABETH Orders from tU Coantey =

ii three mantis 'this date, -as required by on tb estate t>f. Dejuis Doughrity,' late of said of the road progresses. For further pui ticular and for I 46; 48 and 62 inch sites, ou hand! and for MOAT. tVD! .gUTnt1d.Vith rp= _-_ _
1 o. .IEa?ttt II'r County dwsenwd, and ask to be dl,bar ed from aid plans and draft, apply at this offier, 0 sale] by D. LADD Adminiitinlou.! t-. rhyp eian', prclC'l1ptaoa eartf1lt1j,.* .

- Pt F' 1. admmtdtratioti. JAMES W. OEIGER. L\ C. CABELL, FrtiJcLt.L. .Vc? Tori',.Nor. a, asit; March 1. IS d.61J1 Also,Errlt\''. comr* aii ngit.ttriTaiiT.1:,.

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